George Neild Ferrand of Lancashire, England; McCabe and Morris_ relat

I shared these with a few researchers years ago but they were never posted.

Truro Daily News, Monday, September 23, 1946; Reel #2232, PANS, Halifax,
George Neild Ferrand, 73, passed away last night at the Colchester County
Hospital after a month's illness. The funeral will be held from Dr. E.M.
Curtis' home, 16 Kelvin Court Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock with Rev. C.
Earle Gordon, minister of First United Church officiating. Following the
service the remains will be forwarded to Amherst where a service will be
held at Campbell's Funeral Home at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Rev. Warren Langille
officiating. Interment will be in Highlands Cemetery, Amherst. The late Mr.
Ferrand is survived by his wife, the former Maud MacCabe of Advocate and
three daughters, Ella, Mrs. E.M. Curtis, 16 Kelvin Court, Truro; Hazel, wife
of Dr. Dawson Fulton, Boston, Mass.; and Dorothy, wife of Gordon McDonald.
He was predeceased by a son, Victor five years ago. Eight grandchildren also
survive. The deceased was for a number of years accountant with Sumner and
Company, Moncton, and for the past two years, before his retirement, with
Canada Car and Foundry Co. Ltd., Amherst.

Source: Dave Winter, 16 Aug 2013
His wife:

Truro Daily News, January 17, 1948; Reel #2237, PANS, Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY - Mrs. George N. Ferrand
A large number of friends will be saddened to learn of the sudden passing on
Friday morning, January 16, of Mrs. George N. Ferrand at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. E.M. Curtis, Truro. Mrs. Ferrand was 72 years of age, the
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James McCabe, and had spent the greater
part of her married life in Amherst, where she was a valued and faithful
member of Trinity St. Stephen's United Church. Possessing an ever-cheerful
and kindly disposition, she leaves a large circle of friends to mourn her
passing. Mrs. Ferrand is survived in her immediate family by three
daughters, Mrs. E.M. Curtis, Truro; Mrs. Gordon MacDonald, Maitland; and
Mrs. Dawson Fulton, Cambridge, Mass.; a sister, Mrs. Joseph Reynolds of
Hudson, Mass.; and two brothers, Clarence McCabe, of Syracuse, N.Y.; and
Arthur McCabe, of Hamilton, Ontario. There are also ten grandchildren. She
was predeceased by her husband in 1946 and by a son, Victor in 1942. A short
service will be held at the home of Dr. E.M. Curtis, 16 Kelvin Court at 9
a.m. Sunday, January 18. Interment will be in Amherst.

Source: Dave Winter, 16 Aug 2013
His son, Victor Ashworth:

Truro Daily News, Wednesday, November 26, 1941, pg.6; Reel #2213, PANS,
Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY - Victor A. Ferrand
Victor A. Ferrand, of the staff of the Bank of Montreal, Halifax, passed
away Saturday and was buried at Amherst from the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George N. Ferrand. The service was private. The address was given
by Rev. Dr. McKeigan, of Halifax, and the prayer by Rev. C.E. Gordon, of
Trinity United Church, Amherst. Scripture was read by Rev. J.E. Sheehy,
Anglican Rector at Amherst, and the benediction was by Rev. Mr. McDonald, of
Southampton. D.W. Fraser sang a solo, "Shadows". The pall bearers were,
Archie McCabe, Moncton; Wycliffe McGee, Moncton; Jack Nicholson, Springhill;
Dr. E.M. Curtis and Dr. H.L. Daniel, Truro; and Gordon McDonald, of Halifax.
There were many beautiful floral tributes. The late Mr. Ferrand is survived
by his wife (the former Miss Helen Braine, of Canso) and two children, Bobby
and Virginia Ann; also by three sisters - Mrs. Gordon McDonald, Halifax;
Mrs. E.M. Curtis, Truro; and Mrs. Dawson Fulton, Ada, Ohio; and by his
parents in Amherst.

Source: Dave Winter, 16 Aug 2013
Note: Death occurred 22 Nov. 1941, probably in Halifax; Funeral was in
Amherst; Age is unknown.