Re: Hester Olivia Campbell (Brown)

Greg:

Just found Brainard Hicks White; died 12 Apr 1962 in Mission Memorial
Hospital, Mission City, B.C. He was a mining prospector and married to a
Beulah Hamm.

Dave


On 13-08-08 7:08 AM, "David Winter" <davidwinter@...> wrote:

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> Thanks; I added it in.
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> Looking on Google, photos of the explosion of the USS Maine in 1897 would
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> On 13-08-08 6:09 AM, "GREG BROWN" <browngreg_joy@...
> <mailto:browngreg_joy%40rogers.com> > wrote:
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>> > The source of the quote is Lee Nettnin, daughter of Mrs. Sylvan Rohrer.
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>> > From: David Winter <davidwinter@...
>> <mailto:davidwinter%40ns.sympatico.ca>
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>> > To: nscumber <nscumber@yahoogroups.com <mailto:nscumber%40yahoogroups.com>
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>> > Sent: Wednesday, August 7, 2013 10:25:37 PM
>> > Subject: Re: [nscumber] Hester Olivia Campbell (Brown)
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>> > Her #1 & #2 hubby.
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>> > Automated Genealogy Version;
>> > 1901 Cumberland County Census, Advocate family #172, WHITE:
>> > 1 172 White Hiriam M Head M Apr 11 1878 22
>> > 2 172 White Hester O. F Wife M Aug 17 1878 22
>> > 3 172 White Brainard H. M Son S Dec 1 1897 3
>> > 4 172 White Annie M. F Daughter S Aug 4 1899 1
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>> > "Hester married (1) Hiram White, sailor, son of Sea Capt. John & Mary
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>> > at Advocate 28 Sept. 1897. According to my mother, Hester's daughter, he >>
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>> > was blown up. He was blown into the water, rescued by his crew, brought
>> > home, where he died leaving her with two very small children. (plus a child
>> > stillborn). In the 1901 census he is listed as a 'laborer'---(my mother
>> > doesn't believe that for a moment!)
>> > Source not documented at the time
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>> > Truro Daily News, Thursday, September 14, 1939, pg. #6; Reel #2202, NSARM,
>> > Halifax, N.S.
>> > OBITUARY: Robert Campbell
>> > Debert, Sept. 13 - With the passing of Robert Campbell, Saturday night,
>> > Debert lost one of it's oldest and most highly respected citizens. He was
>> > born at Leicester, 88 years ago. In his early life he followed mining,
>> > having worked in Butte, Montana and in British Columbia. Later, he bought a
>> > farm at Debert and has lived here many years. Left to mourn besides his
>> > widow are three children by a former marriage; Lottie, Mrs. Campbell Reid,
>> > Debert; Claude and Miss Clara, Kirkland Lake, Ont. In the immediate family,
>> > five children survive, Myrtle, Mrs. Sylvan Rohrer, Chicago; Miss Jane,
>> > Halifax; Dorothea, Mrs. Arliegh Burgess, Truro; Winfield and Robert at
>> home;
>> > also several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral services were
>> > held from his late residence Monday afternoon, Rev. Mr. Palethorne,
>> > Glenholme, officiating.
>> > (Didn't copy list of floral tributes)
>> > Interment was in West Folly Mtn. Cemetery.
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>> > Source: Dave Winter, 29 Mar 2011
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>> > On 13-08-07 9:29 PM, "everittdeb" <deb.everitt@...
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>>>> >> > OBITUARY
>>>> >> > Hester Olivia Campbell
>>>> >> > There passed away at her home at Debert, Hester Olivia, wife of the
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>>>> >> > Robert Campbell, and daughter of the late John and Maria Brown of
>>> >> Fraserville,
>>>> >> > Cumberland County in her 65th year. The deceased had been indifferent
>>> >> health
>>>> >> > for a number of years but her death came suddenly.
>>>> >> > Surviving are four daughters and three sons, Mabel, (Mrs. H. C.
>>>> Squires) in
>>>> >> > Peace River, Alberta; Brainard in Ozada, Alta., by a former marriage;
>>> >> Myrtle
>>>> >> > (Mrs. S. B. Rohrer) Chicago; Jean at home, Dorothea, (Mrs. A. W.
>>>> Burgess)
>>>> >> > Truro. Wynfield at home, and Robert Overseas.
>>>> >> > (Truro Daily News September 15, 1942, page 2)
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