Obit: Carter, Beatrice Adelia, nee Gough, 1989

Hi Kathryn:

Thank You for this obit.

I believe at least, children, Elizabeth, Kathleen, Hilda, Lillian and
William "Bill" Rolfe to be foster children.

Birth parents, Percy William Rolfe from Diligent River and Emma Margaret
Cormier. This marriage might have broke up with the children being fostered


The death of Beatrice Adelia Carter of 24 Hill Street, Amherst, occurred at
Highland View
Regional Hospital on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 1989. She was 80. Born in Diligent
River, N.S., she
was a daughter of the late Benjamin and Josey (Tower) Gough. She had worked
the Maritime
Pant Factory and part-time at Bendix. She was a member of the Miriam Rebekah
Lodge and the
Ladies Auxiliary Royal Canadian Legion, Branch No. 10. She is survived by
five daughters:
(Kathleen) Mrs. Earl Carter of Point de Bute, N.B., (Lillian) VanHaeften of
Toronto, (Hilda)
Mrs. Don Rayworth of Maccan, Elizabeth Rolfe and Victoria Bauer both at
one son William
Rolfe of Maccan; two sisters, (Georgie) Mrs. Fred Woodworth of Sackville,
and (Mary) Mrs.
Arnold Wilson of Trenton, Ont., eight grandchildren and several nieces and
nephews. She was
predeceased by her husband, Fred Carter; two sisters, Hazel McDonald and
Gough, a
brother, Jim Gough, and granddaughter, Tammy Lynn Rolfe. Her remains rested
Funeral Home, Amherst, where funeral service was held on Saturday, Nov. 11
Rev. Byron
Corkum officiating. Burial was in the Amherst Cemetery.

>From the Sackville Tribune Post Newspaper, Wednesday, 22 November 1989, page
Jpeg image available.

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