Coldwell:Keddy:Messervey:Spencer Obits

Hi Dave
These are obits I transcribed from the newspaper scan you provided, they may be of interest
to others.
Chronicle Herald, Monday, November 10, 1975
Clara L Coldwell

LOWER WOLFVILLE--=Clara Leota Coldwell, 98, died Saturday at Grandview Manor, Berwick.

Born in Lower Wolfville, she was a daughter of the late Henry and Margaret (Foster) Coldwell.

She was a member of St John's Anglican Church where she taught Sundal School for many years.

She is survived by a number of nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by six brothers and a sister. The body is at the H C Lindsay Funeral Home, Wolfville. Funeral service will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in St John's Anglican Church, Rev Douglas Hergett officiating. Burial will be in Willowbank.Cemetery
Alden L Keddy

WEST BROOKLYN---Alden Lesley Keddy, 63, died Saturday at home.

Born i n West Brooklyn, he was a son of Evelyn (Pinch) and the late Norman Keddy.

He was a veteran of WW11 and a member of the Wolfville branch 74 Royal Canadian Legion.

Surviving besides his mother are three daughters,Mrs Betty Lou Fuller; Mrs Virginia Bell and Faye (Mrs Cornell Kolybaba) all of Toronto; two brothers,Grant,Wallbrook and George,New Minas; five sisters, Mildred,New Minas; Gladys (Mrs Harold Hancock) and Leona (Mrs Malcolm Duncan), both of Greenwich; Dorothy (Mrs Gerry Bezanson), Colbrook; Lexie (Mrs Hughie Mullane),Bedford; seven grandchildren and one great grandchild.

He was predeceased by his wife, the former Marjorie Wiffles.

The body is at the H C Lindsay Funeral Home in Wolfville, where funeral service will be held Wednesday 2 P.m., Rev Neil Price officiating. Interment will be in West Brooklyn cemetery.
Walter Donald Messervey, 54, of 27 Windsor Street, Bedford, died Saturday, at home.

Born in Halifax, he was a son of the late Walter and Effie Mae (Kempt) Messervey.

A former resident of Windsor, he was a veteran of the Second World War, serving overseas with the Canadian Army. He owned and operated Messervey Trucking Company of Bedford.

Surviving are his wife, the former Mildred Hines; four daughters, Judith (Mrs Clarence Swinimer), Abercrombie; Linda (Mrs Douglas Connors), Windsor; Ruby (Mrs Walter Smiley),Enfield; Anne, at home; five sons, Keith,Bedford; Donald, Lower Sackville; Douglas, Abercrombie; David, Mount Uniacke; Harry, at home; two sisters, Edith (Mrs Clarence Davis), Lower Sackville; Joan (Mrs David Martin),Toronto; five brothers, Raymond and James, both of Lower Sackville; Clarence, Port Rowan,Ont; Kenneth, Selma; Clyde, Camerons Lake.

He was predeceased by a daughter, Doreen.

The body is at R D Lindsay's Funeral Home, where funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Capt H Roberts officiating, assisted by Capt. R E Pell. Interment will be Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.

LOWER WOLFVILLE--Herbert William Spencer, 67, died Saturday in Truro. Nov 8,1975

Born in Wolfville he was a son of the late Wesley E and Annie Mae (Kelsey) Spencer.

He was a retired employee of Arcadia University and a veteran of World War 2, where he served with the Royal Canadian Artillery. Surviving besides his wife, the former Minnie Tancock; are three sons,Murray, Ottawa; Gerald, Saint John,NB; Richard, Lower Wolfville; two daughters, Priscilla Jean (Mrs Romaine E O"Neil), Holberg BC; Doreen, Ardoise; six brothers, Wesley, Clarence, James and Aubrey, all of Wolfville; Robert, Black Rock; Charles, Kingsgton; three sisters, Mrs Hazel Davidson and Rose, both of Wolfville; Mrs Lillian Langmead, Ontario; nine grandchildren.

The body is at the H C Lindsay Funeral Home, Wolfville. Funeral service will be held Tuesday 3 St John's Anglican Church, Rev Douglas Hergett officiating. Interment will be in Willowbank Cemetery.