Capt. George Ingles Salter of Diligent River, Bridgetown & P_ arrsboro

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Parrsboro Record, Tuesday, November 2, 1943, pg. #8; Reel #2864, NSARM,
Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY: George Salter
The death of George Ingles Salter, one of the town's highly respected
residents, occurred at his home here early Sunday morning following several
months of ill health. Born in 1862 at Diligent River, he was the son of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Salter, well known early settlers of that district,
and he was the eldest of a family of ten children. In 1907 Mr. Salter moved
from Diligent River to Bridgetown where he resided until his retirement in
1938 when he came back to Parrsboro and purchased a residence here. He was a
life long member of Minas Lodge, A.F. and A.M. No. 67, and was the holder of
the Fifty Year Jewel. He is survived by his wife, formerly Miss Ethel
MacDonald of Amherst; two daughters, Mrs. Anne Seamone of Amherst and
(Esther) Mrs. Warren Henderson of Arlington, Mass. Also by a brother, Capt.
Trueman Salter of Parrsboro and two sisters, Mrs. Flora Hatfield of
Parrsboro and Mrs. J.W. Clancey of New York. The funeral service will be
held in St. George's Church on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30, where the body
has been resting since Sunday.

Source: Dave Winter, 1 Oct 2012
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