Not sure but I have these.
Chronicle Herald, Wednesday, February 12, 1964; Reel #5912, PANS, Halifax,
OBITUARY - Pictou - Fletcher Joseph Worthylake, 82, died suddenly at his
home here. He was born at Black Rock, Kings County, son of the late William
and Eudivella (Hodgins) Worthylake. He resided in Pictou the last three
years. Surviving are his second wife, the former Eva Cunningham Cleary;
three daughters, Thelma, of Toronto; Gertrude, of Montreal; and Alita (Mrs.
Keith Wallace), of Montreal; five sons, Aubrey, of Halifax; Cecil and James,
of Truro; Donald, of London, Eng.; and Everett, of Vancouver; one half
sister, Minnie (Mrs. George McAllister), in British Columbia; two
step-daughters, Mary (Mrs. Carl Meager), Auld's Cove; Helen (Mrs. Angus
Chisholm), St. Andrew's, Antigonish County; five step-sons, Robert Cleary,
of Pleasant Valley; Thomas Cleary, of Roman Valley; Leo Cleary, of
Shubenacadie; Jack Cleary, of Havendale; and Bernard Cleary, of Pictou; 18
grandchildren; 23 great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife,
the former Iona Lillian O'Leary in 1936. The remains are resting at
Mattatall's Funeral Home and the funeral will be held from Stella Maris
Church at 9 a.m. on Thursday. Interment will be in Stella Maris Cemetery.
[Dave Winter, undated]
The Chronicle-Herald/The Mail-Star, Published: 02/01/96
Obituary - Worthylake, Aubrey Lemont - 82, Berwick, Kings Co., died January
31, 1996, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Stellarton, he was
a son of the late Fletcher and Iona (Lery) Worthylake. He was a veteran of
the Second World War and was a member of Royal Canadian Legion Ortona branch
69, Berwick. He was an adherent of the Salvation Army, Kentville. He was a
member of Mechanics Lodge 78, AF&AM, Caledonia, Queens Co. He worked for
many years at Cameron Construction, Halifax and was a former maintenance
supervisor at Kejimkujik National Park. Surviving are his wife, the former
Teresa Carter; son, Byron, Sardis, B.C.; daughters, Mildred (Mrs. Hugh
Aker), Waterville; Audrey (Mrs. Allister Demone), Bridgewater; brothers,
James, Truro; Everett, Mission, B.C.; sisters, Thelma Worthylake, Toronto;
Gertie Worthylake, Ontario; 11 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren.
He was predeceased by brothers, Cecil, Logan, Donald, ***Frank***; sisters,
Hazel, Aleta. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Friday, legion service 7:30 p.m.
Friday, funeral 2 p.m. Saturday all in H.C. Lindsay Memorial Chapel,
Berwick, Capt. Robert Reid officiating. Burial in Berwick Cemetery.
Donations to Salvation Army, Kentville.
Source Unknown, possibly the Herald Obit CD
On 11/10/11 8:54 PM, "keysie" <keysie@...> wrote:
> I'm not 100% sure but I believe that this man's grandmother might have
> been Iona Leary of Port Greville, NS, w/o Fletcher Reis Worthylake. Can
> anyone confirm?
> Allison Worthylake 1938-2011
> Trenton - Allison Cameron Worthylake, 73, RCN. Born in New Glasgow, he
> was the son of the late Ruth (Cameron) and Frank Worthylake, of Eureka.
> We all live, we all cry, we all laugh and we all die, and in between and
> through it all, time flies. With great sadness we had to let him go. On
> October 9, 2011, Dad passed away surrounded by his family. Dad lived his
> life with a great wit that only a few understood, we loved him. Dad will
> be forever missed by his wife of 53 years, Anna (Vincent); three
> daughters: Janet (Robert Polley); Joanne and Jackie (Ross MacArthur);
> his grandsons: Michael; Steven (Deanne); Matthew (Judy); Ryan; Garrett
> and Mitchell; his granddaughters: Christi (Josh Sutherland); Alison; his
> great granddaughters: Madison; Chassidy; Anna; Rogen; Dylan and Kylie;
> great grandsons: Brandon and Liem; his two sisters: Shirley and Sharon,
> Kingston, ON. The family want to thank two very special people who Dad
> loved like his own, Tom MacKenzie and Arthur Henley. "Thank you for
> being there". At Dad's request there will be no visitation or service.
> Donations in his memory may be made to the VON. Arrangements are under
> the direction of the R.H. Porter Funeral Home, Trenton. Condolences may
> be sent by visiting www.rhporter.ca We all loved him, we will miss him.
> He will live on in all of us. "The rest doesn't matter, it never did".
> [Tuesday, 11-October-2011 R H POrter Funeral Home, Trenton, NS]
> [collected by EMKeys 2011-10-11]
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