Harriett Marie (Morris) Wadden Chute; Fox River related

Although Harriet isn't mentioned in Fred's death record as wife, I believe
Harriet's #1 hubby to possibly be Frederick Henry Wadden, born 12 Oct 1899,
New Glasgow - died 20 Feb 1957, New Glasgow. He was a Machinist at Trenton
Steel Works.



Chute Harriet Morris Halifax, Nova Scotia 15 DEC 1986 The
Evening News, New Glasgow, Wed., Dec. 17, 1986 Wed., Dec. 17, 1986
"Halifax - Harriet M. Chute, 84, of Halifax, died Monday in the Victoria
General Hospital. Born in Fox River, Cumberland County, she was a daughter
of the late Capt. and Mrs. Calvin Morris. A nurse, she practiced in
hospitals in Kentville and New Glasgow, and Halifax. She also spent 12 years
in private nursing care. She is survived by her husband Roy (OA) Chute; a
son, Clarence (Bud) Wadden, and 14 grandchildren. The remains are resting in
Snow's Funeral Home, Halifax, where funeral will be held Thursday at 10 a.m.
Visiting hours 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Interment will be in Riverside
Cemetery, Bridgetown, Annapolis County. Donations may be made to the Nova
Scotia Red Cross or the Alzheimer Society."
NSARM Cumberland Delayed Registered Birth, 1908; Book #59600532; Entry
Harriet Marie Morris, born 22 Dec 1902 at Port Greville
D/o Calvin Henry Morris, born Port Greville, Carpenter, and Lulu Amy Davis
Physician; Dr. C.S. Morton
Application made by sister, Sadie Corey, Kentville, on 2 Jun 1925

Source: Dave Winter, 24 Jan 2010
Her #2 hubby:


Name of Deceased: Oscar Alroy "Roy" CHUTE
Birth Date: 3/22/1908
Newspaper Title: Chronicle-Herald/Mail Star Newspaper
Location: Halifax, NS, CAN
Obituary Publication Date: 1/28/2004
CHUTE, Oscar Alroy "Roy" - Passed away in Windsor Elms on January 25, 2004.
Born in Bridgetown on March 22, 1908, he was the son of the late Archie and
Ethel (Cropley) Chute. After graduation from Bridgetown High School he
taught for a year at Belleisle, Annapolis Co., following which he enrolled
at Acadia University. He graduated in 1929 and accepted a teaching position
at the Glace Bay High School. While in Glace Bay, he met and married Erna
Bagnall in 1932. In 1946, the family moved to Halifax where Roy taught at
the Halifax School for the Blind and later at Bloomfield Junior High School.
In 1952, he transferred to the Mathematics Department of Queen Elizabeth
High School. He ended his teaching career there as Department Head in 1971,
after 43 years of teaching. While in Glace Bay, Roy was active in many
student activities, most notably as leader of the Air Cadet Corps. Following
his move to Halifax, he was a volunteer and first aid instructor with St.
John's Ambulance for many years. In recognition of his years of service with
that organization, he was invested into the office of Serving Brother of the
Order of St. John of Jerusalem by the Lieutenant Governor in 1957. Following
his retirement Roy did extensive volunteer work with UNICEF, and as a driver
for the Canadian Red Cross. He was actively involved with the Halifax Senior
Citizens Association, and for a number of years served as president of that
organization. For many years Roy was an active member of United Memorial
Church where he served on a number of boards including the Board of
Stewards, and the session, and as superintendent of Sunday school. In later
years he attended Fort Massey Church and latterly attended Bethany United
Church. He is survived by his daughters, Jean (Richard) Cassidy, Saskatoon;
Grace (Edward) Veino, Halifax; his sister, Beatrice Chute, Bedford; four
grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren, as well as several nieces and
nephews. He was predeceased by an infant son; former wives, Erna (Bagnall)
in 1971 and Harriet (Wadden) in 1986; sister, Melda Chute in 2000.
Visitation will take place in J.A. Snow Funeral Home, 2666 Windsor St.,
Halifax, from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, January 28. Memorial service will
be held in Bethany United Church on Thursday, January 29, at 2 p.m., Rev.
Vincent Ihasz officiating. Cremation has taken place. Interment will take
place in Riverside Cemetery, Bridgetown at a later date. In lieu of flowers,
donations will be gratefully accepted by UNICEF, the Northwood Adult Day
Program or Alzheimer Unit of Windsor Elms. On-line condolences to:

[Collected by DAW, 16 Oct 2013