OJ NEWS - June 1, 1922

June 1, 1922

At River Philip on May 28th to Mr. & Mrs. Netis MATTINSON - a son.

Buried at Springhill Alexander McKenzie AULTON, aged 20 years, son of
George R. AULTON, died yesterday at the family residence 285 Gottingen
Street. The remains will be forwarded to Springhill today for

At Taber, Alta., on May 19th by Rev. Mr. MITCHELL, Walter W. ABELL and
Miss Leona Gladys COATES, formerly of Mansfield, N.S.

OBIT - Mrs. Humphrey TRERICE
There entered into rest at 10 o’clock Sunday morning, Mrs. Humphrey
TRERICE, at her home 164 Church Street. Mrs. TRERICE, who was one of
Cumberland’s oldest residents passed away as she lived, full of peace
and rust. Rather tired after a long, but useful and happy life, she was
desirous of passing one. Although so far advanced in years she was up
until a few weeks ago a woman of activity. Her faculties apart from her
vision were acute. Her memory was active, she being able to recall with
much accuracy events of eighty-five years ago. She was conscious until
five minutes previous to passing away. She was one whom it was a
pleasure to meet. She was a devoted member of the Baptist Church at
Little River, her former home.
The deceased was the daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. Thomas JOHNSON,
natives of England, who made for themselves a home at what is now known
as Little River. The late Mrs. TRERICE was twice married, her first
husband being Dixon BAIRD, by whom she had three children, Mrs. F.A.
COATES of Vancouver, formerly of Amherst, the late Willard BAIRD of
Little River and Nathan residing in the Canadian West. In the year 1858
she married Humphrey TRERICE, by whom she had six daughters and one
son. The daughters are, Mrs. C.C. BOOMHOUER of Vancouver, Mrs. George
SAUBER of Hamilton, Mrs. J.W. ROSS of Oxford, Mrs. A.F. CASSIDEY of St.
John, Mrs. J.A. DOCASTER of Sapperton, B.C. and Mrs. G.D. PARSONS of
Amherst, with whom she made her home, by whom she was tenderly cared
for. The son is Howard of Steveville, Alberta.
The deceased is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Lucinda COLTER of
Wentworth and Mrs. Phoebe REID of Oxford, both of whom are over 90 years
of age. Mr. TRERICE passed away eleven years ago. For sixty years the
happy couple resided at East Leicester where they hewed for themselves a
home out of the virgin forests. - Sentinel.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Humphrey TRERICE was held from her
residence, Church St., Tuesday at 5 pm. A short service was held at the
house, conducted by Rev. Dr. STEELE assisted by Rev. Mr. McLEOD,
assistant pastor of First Baptist Church.. Dr. STEELE gave a fitting
tribute of the Christian life and character of the deceased, of whom he
had been, a life long friend of the family. He spoke from hr favorite
chapter, the 14th chapter of St. John’s Gospel. The hymns sang were,
“Asleep in Jesus blessed Sleep,” and “O God, our Help in Ages Past.”
Flowers were in profusion, adorning the casket, from sympathizing
friends. The remains were taken to East Leicester and laid beside her
husband in the family lot.