Re: Mary Safronia (Morris) m James Edward Fowler

NSARM Colchester County death registrations
Year: 1930 Book: 119 Page: 1069
Name: LIGHTBODY, Mamie M (Mary Matilda?)
DoB: 1884-01-28 Apple River, NS
DoD: 1930-03-23 Belmont, NS
Age: 46y 2m 23d
Cause: mitral regurgitation/dilitation of the heart/dropsy
Occupation: housewife
Marital status: married
Spouse: Frank Lightbody
c/o: James E Fowler (Apple River) & Mary S Morris (Advocate)
Burial: 1930-03-25 Belmont, NS
Informant: Frank Lightbody, husband, Belmont, NS
[collected by EMKeys 2008-11-23]
NSARM Colchester County death registrations
Year: 1944 Book: 212 Page: 381
Name: LIGHTBODY, Hugh Francis
DoB: 1869-03-05 Belmont, NS
DoD: 1944-02-18 Belmont, NS
Age: 74y 11m 13d
Cause: cardiovascular diesase/hypertension
Occupation: farmer
Marital status: widowered
c/o: Anthony Lightbody (Belmont) & Isabella Skinner (Debert)
Burial: 1944-02-21 Belmont, NS
Informant: Alfred M Lightbody, brother, Boston, MA
[collected by EMKeys 2008-11-23]

On 04/11/2011 8:59 PM, everittdeb wrote:
> daughter Mary Matilda Fowler
> Belmont - The funeral of the late Mrs. Frank Lightbody was held on Tuesday afternoon March 25th. After a hymn and prayer at the home, where only the nearest friends and relatives were gathered the flower laden casket and all that was mortal of one who enjoyed the love and esteem not only of her friends and relative but the whole community was conveyed to the Wesley United Church where the funeral service was conducted by the Rev. Mr. Honner assisted by the Rev. L. B. Wright. The choir sang the hymns "Does Jesus Care" and "He Will Take Care of You". A duet was also feelingly rendered by Mrs. Fred Otterson, organist and Mrs. Colburn entitled "Shadows" The floral tributes were beautiful coming from The Institute and Ladies Aid of which societies she had been an enthusiastic worker as long as her strength would allow. Also wreathes and sprays from the different families of relatives. She was buried in the new cemetery at Belmont. At this funeral people were present from Truro, Onslow, Londonderry Station, Glenholme.
> (Truro Daily News April 1, 1930, page 4)