Re: Vincent Amos Ward

No mention of his son, George Thomas:
NSARM Cumberland County death registrations
Year: 1956 Page: 6632
Name: WARD, George Thomas
DoB: 1909-07-10 NS
DoD: 1956-11-01 Springhill, NS
Age: 47y 3m 22d
Cause: CO poisoning/accident/ explosion in mine/
inhalation of poison gases
Occupation: hoist operator/coal mining
Marital status: married
Spouse: Kathryn Ward
c/o: Vincent Ward (NS) & Phoebe Ann Cook (NS)
Burial: 1957-01-24 Springhill, NS
Undertaker: A H Brown, Springhill, NS
Informant: Mrs George T Brown, wife, Springhill, NS
[collected by EMKeys 2009-07-08]

On 21/10/2011 10:15 PM, everittdeb wrote:
> SPERINGHILL - Vincent Amos Ward, 97, of 2 Gray Street, died Saturday in All Saints' Hospital, Springhill.
> Born in Clifton, Cumberland County, he was a son of the late Thomas and Emma (Dykens) Ward.
> He was a coal miner for 56 years, until he retired 32 years ago.
> Surviving are four sons, Harry, Diligent River, Cumberland County; Victor (Dick), Lower Coverdale, N.B.; Frederick and Keith, both of Springhill; five daughters, Anne (Mrs. Fred MacLean), Saint John, N.B.; June (Mrs. Norman Adams), Springhill, Fla.; Hazel (Mrs. Horace Brown), Doris (Mrs. Robert B. Howard) and Candace (Mrs. Morley Brown), all of Springhill; a brother George, Toronto; 32 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren.
> Besides his second wife, the former Laura E. Sterling, he was predeceased by his first wife, the former Annie Cook; a son Jack; a daughter, Hilda Hunter; a grandson and two great-grandchildren; six brothers, Fred, Albert, Harry, Calvin, Robert and Arthur, and a sister, Jessie Fraser.
> The body is in A. H. Brown's Funeral Home, Springhill, where the funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday. Rev. James Martell officiating, with burial in Rodney Cemetery.
> (Halifax Chronicle Herald Monday October 12, 1981, page 20)
> (He was born in Oxford on marriage registers)
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