Harold Lewis Ferdinand of Pugwash

Because there's a possibility he was married to and divorced from Mary Ann
Winters, born about 1926 in Economy, I'm placing it in there just in case
later down the road................

Chronicle Herald, Saturday, January 24, 1981, pg. #37; Reel #6140, NSARM,
Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY: Harold L. Ferdinand
Pugwash - Harold Lewis Ferdinand, 56, of Pugwash, died Friday in West
Pugwash. Born in Pugwash, he was a son of the late Arthur and Bertha (Teed)
Ferdinand. Surviving are a sister, Bertha (Mrs. Herbert Arsenault), Moncton;
five brothers, James, Gordon and Pearl, all of Pugwash; Alex, Winnipeg; and
Donald, Toronto. He was predeceased by a sister, Etta and a brother, Evans.
The body is in Mundle's Funeral Home, Pugwash, where the funeral will be
2:30 p.m. Sunday, Rev. Lloyd Stewart officiating, with burial in Palmerston
Cemetery at a later date.

Source: Dave Winter, 29 Jul 2013
Amherst Daily News - News & Sentinel, Wednesday, November 7, 1962, pg. #4;
Reel #2723, NSARM, Halifax, N.S.
FUNERAL: Mrs. Charles Downey
The funeral service for the late was held from the Nativity of Our Lady R.C.
Church Tuesday at 8:30 a.m., with Rev. Father Ernest Sweeney celebrating
Requiem High Mass. The pallbearers were Logan Winters, Walter MacDonald,
Harold Ferdinand, Murray Lorrette, Marcel Bourgeous and Raymond Doucette.
There were a profusion of floral tributes and Mass Cards. Interment was in
St. Charles R.C. Cemetery. The late Mrs. Downey was 69 years of age, and
resided at 3 Highfield St. She is survived by her husband, Charles Downey;
three daughters, Edna (Mrs. Murray Lorrette), Sackville, N.B.; ***Mary (Mrs.
Harold Ferdinand), Pugwash***; and Louise (Mrs. Ralph Robinson), Moncton;
three sons, Roy, George and Logan Winters, all of Amherst; and two sisters,
Mrs. John Byers and Mrs. Malcolm MacDonald, both of Amherst. The deceased
was predeceased by her first husband, Louis Winters and by one sister, Sarah
Brown and one brother, Andrew Brown.

Source: Dave Winter, 22 Jul 2013