Eleanor M. (Graham) Donaldson)

With her hubby's obit beneath, it's easy to determine which children have
which mother.

Chronicle Herald, Monday, December 18, 1978, pg. #27; Reel #6096, NSARM,
Halifax, N.S.
OBITUARY: Mrs. John S. Donaldson
Newcastle, N.B. - Mrs. John S. Donaldson, RN, 45, of Newcastle died Saturday
in Moncton City Hospital.
Born in Fox River, Cumberland County, she was the former Eleanor M. Graham,
daughter of the late James and Vivian (Allen) Graham.
She was a public health nurse, a member of the New Brunswick Registered
Nurses' Association, a member of the Miramichi Gulf and Country Club,
Newcastle Curling Club, a member of St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Newcastle,
the Ladies Guild and the church Alter[sic] Guild.
Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mary Ann, Fredericton; Carrie
Jane, Quebec; a step-daughter, Kelty Lee Donaldson, Moncton; a son, John
Bruce, at home; a step-son, F.A. (Sandy) Donaldson, Lenoir, N.C.; three
sisters, Jean (Mrs. William Thorpe), Dartmouth; Rae (Mrs. Raymond Reid),
Advocate; Helen (Mrs. Ralph Donkin), Amherst; three brothers, Jack Graham,
Parrsboro; Harleigh Graham, Amherst; Robert Graham, Edmonton; several nieces
and nephews.
The body is at Adams Funeral Home, Newcastle. Funeral will be Tuesday at
2:30 p.m. in St. Andrew's Anglican Church. Entombment in Miramichi cemetery,

Source: Dave Winter, 27 Jan 2013

Obit # 82

DONALDSON, JOHN SMART - John Smart Donaldson of 445 Adair Street, Miramichi
whose death occurred at the Miramichi Regional Hospital on Thursday,
September 3, 1998 at the age of 85. Born in Perth, Scotland, son of the late
Alexander and Christina (Ireland) Donaldson. John came to the Miramichi in
1966 as Vice President and General Manager of Acadia Pulp and Paper. He
resigned in 1973 to become Vice President and General Manager of Airscrew
Weyroc Particle Board Mill on the Miramichi. He was inducted into the
Forestry Hall of Fame in 1992. Throughout his years on the Miramichi, John
was an active participant on various boards and committees including the
Newcastle Parks and Recreation, Chamber of Commerce, MRDC, Miramichi Airport
Commission, Newcastle Minor Hockey, Canadian Cancer Society, Miramichi
International Air Show, Chatham Hospital, and Miramichi Tourism. He was
named a Paul Harris Fellow by the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International,
for his contribution to the afore mentioned activities. Survived by two
sons, Sandy (Lanna) of Leesburg, Virginia, and Bruce (Carmel) of Dartmouth,
N.S., three daughters, Kelty of Moncton and Mary (Perley) Tozer and Jane
(Alan) Donaldson-Bowes all of Newcastle, ten grandchildren, and three great
grandchildren. Predeceased by his first wife, Betty Van Wart and second
wife, Eleanor Graham. Visitation is being held at Bell's Funeral Home on
Saturday 2-4 and 7-9. Funeral Service will be held at St. Andrew's Anglican
Church on Sunday, September 6, 1998 at 2 p.m. Interment will follow in the
Miramichi Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are under the care of Bell's
Funeral Home, 651 King George Highway, Newcastle, independently owned and
operated. 622-3600.