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201 Cause of Death: Consumption or Tuburculosis Calvin MURRAY
202 The 1881 Census notes Calvin to be of a Scottish ethnic origins. Calvin MURRAY
203 Westmorland Point - Mr. and Mrs. W.C. FILLMORE have been
suddenly called to attend their brother-in-law, Calvin MURRAY's
funeral at Tidnish. Mr. Murray has lived in Amherst for some
time past where he died Sunday and his remains were taken to his
old home at Tidnish for interment. 
204 NS, a37y, cultivateur (1881 Bots); (Epherem) born 14 Feb 1845,
a54y (1901 Pugwash, Cumberland Co., NS); (Ed)

born Feb 1843, a66y (1911 Pugwash, Cumberland Co., NS).

M/ ref: (Int.-PANB).

B/D/M/Bur ref: (Ruth Rushton)(Barbara Reid).

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Oxford, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia

Thursday, February 28, 1918


The death occurred at 11:30 Friday morning Feb. 22nd of Mr.
EPHRAIM MURRAY at Pugwash. Deceased was

in his usual good health Friday morning. About 11:30 he went in
the house to get warm. His wife, noticing him

leaning back in his chair spoke to him and not getting any reply
hastily summoned Dr. GOODWIN but life was

extinct when he arrived, death being due to apoplexy.

The late Mr. MURRAY was born at Wallace Bay 73 years ago. In
early life he removed to Port Elgin where he

resided until 17 years ago when he removed to Pugwash.

One sister Mrs. BRADFORD OULTON Abigail (Mrs. G. Banford
Oulton), Amherst Shore, survives him.

Mr. MURRAY was married 3 times. His third wife, Mrs. EDMOND
Edward B. HICKS, (Clara Richardson),

Sackville, whom he married 26 years ago survive him. He is also
survived by 4 daughters:

ANNIE, wife of GEORGE MURRAY, Los Angeles,

FRANCES, wife of STEPHEN VANEMBER , Northport,

AMANDA, wife of JAS. F. HARPER, Amherst,

GRACE, wife of J. W. WEBB, Pugwash, one step-daughter

LIZZIE, wife of Wm. GOWSE, Sackville and 3 sons, Lizzie was
Clara's daughter by Mr. Hicks).

BARNEY of Brooklyn, New York and

JOHN S. and ALBERT of Pugwash.

The funeral was held from his late residence, Queen St. on
Sunday at 1:30, Rev. A. LUND officiating. The floral

offering included a "Pillow" from the family and spray of Lilies
and Ferns from J. H. HAYWARD.

The pall bearers were Messrs G. N. ALLEN, S. ALLEN, S. P. BORDEN

The late Mr. MURRAY was a quiet industrious citizen. The large
number who followed the remains to their last

resting place bore testimony to the respect and esteem in which
he was held in the community.

(courtesy of Ruth Rushton). 
Ephraim MURRAY
205 Cause of Death: Pain in Head, Probably Thrombus, x one week. Ethel Vivian Murray
206 Undertaker: Christie Brothers & Co Ethel Vivian Murray
207 Of Los Angeles George Murray
208 Became a citizen of the USA Mildred Mae MURRAY
209 From Canada Mildred Mae MURRAY
210 Cathleen Nagle Purdy, 66, of Groton, Conn., formerly of Newport, died Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2002 at the Lawrence and Memorial Hospital in New London, Conn. She was the wife of Walter E. Purdy Jr. Born in Newport Nov. 21, 1935, she was the daughter of the late Philip C. and Mary B. (McKenna) Nagle.

Mrs. Purdy lived in Newport most of her life before moving to Groton 10 years ago. She was a graduate of the former St. Mary's Grammar School, the former St. Catherine's Academy and Johnson and Wales College in Providence.

She is survived by her husband, son Walter E. Purdy III of Fairfax, Va., daughters Elizabeth A. Bastiani of Greensboro, NC, Cathleen N. Purdy of Portsmouth, Patricia M. Ryan of Groton, Conn., and Anne M. Dzwill of Pompano Beach, Fla., brother William D. Nagle of Newport, sisters Mary Sheekey of Newport and Elizabeth Bullock of McClain, Va., and 12 grandchildren.

Her funeral was held March 2. Burial was in St. Columba Cemetery in Middletown. Donations in her memory may be made to the Catholic Charities of Rhode Island. 
Cathleen NAGLE
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William D. Nagle
NEWPORT - William D. Nagle,

76, of Eastnor Road died Monday, March 31, 2008, at Newport Hospital after a yearlong battle with cancer.
He was the husband of A. Geraldine "Babe" Barry Nagle. Born in Newport on December 16, 1931, he was the son of the late Philip C. Nagle and Mary McKenna Nagle.
Mr. Nagle worked for 29 years as a teacher in the Middletown School Department. He was the head of the Business Department at the Middletown High School for about 25 years. He was also self-employed, as a Licensed Public Accountant.
A 1949 graduate of DeLaSalle Academy, Mr. Nagle served four years in the US Air Force including 15 months in Korea during the war. Upon returning to Newport after his service time, he enrolled in Bryant College and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Secondary Education. He graduated in 1958. Mr. Nagle earned a Masters in Education from Providence College in 1971.
He was a member of the Newport Irish Heritage Association, the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Dennis E. Collins Division, Newport Yacht Club and National Society of Public Accountants. Mr. Nagle was a former Newport City Councilman for the fourth-ward serving six years from 1984 to 1990. During the 1970's and 80's he was an active member of the Newport Historic District Commission and the Waterfront Commission, serving for a time as chairman on both commissions. He was a communicant of St. Augustin Church.
Besides his wife of nearly 50 years, he leaves a son Patrick B. Nagle of Marietta, GA; a daughter Maureen A. Davin, her husband Michael J. Davin, and two granddaughters Megan and Beth Davin all of Franklin, TN. He was the brother of Mary Sheekey of Newport, Elizabeth Bullock of Virginia and the late Kathleen Purdy of Groton, CT. He also leaves many nieces, nephews and cousins.
A Mass of Christian burial will be held on Thursday, April 3, 2008, at 10 a.m., at St. Augustin's Church, Carroll Avenue, Newport. Burial at St. Columba Cemetery, Brown's Lane, Middletown.
Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, April 2, 2008, from 4-7 p.m. in the O'Neill-Hayes Funeral Home.
Donations may be made, in William's memory, to the St. Augustin's Church Building Fund, 2 Eastnor Road, Newport, RI 02840.
Arrangements are with the O'Neill-Hayes Funeral Home, 465 Spring Street, Newport, RI 02840.
For more information, please visit 
William D. NAGLE
212 d. St. John city, 10th inst., Jessie Blanche NAVES youngest d/o
Samuel NAVES and Sarah J. NAVES, age 1 year 10 days. Funeral
from her father's residence Sheriff St., Monday 4 o'clock.

Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 81 Number 1595

Rank 224

Date October 12, 1891

County Saint John

Place Saint John

Newspaper The Daily Telegraph 
Jessie Blanche Naves
213 Cause of Death: Pulmonary Phythiasis "Pulmonary Tuberculosis" Ellen McCronnin NEVILLE
214 Sponsers: Phillip Collins & Mary Collins Ellen McCronnin NEVILLE
215 Sponsers: Edwan H. McNulty & Ellen Neville Margaret NEVILLE
216 Sponsers: Michael Dwire & Elizabeth Dwire Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" NEVILLE
217 Oaklawn Cemetery, Hattiesburg, Forest County, Mississippi, USA Thomas Hugh NEVILLE
218 Sponsers: Andrew Ford & Bridget O'Neil Thomas Hugh NEVILLE
219 Thomas moved to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, married and settled. Thomas Hugh NEVILLE
220 Y
Oaklawn Cemetery, Hattiesburg, Ms, USA 
Thomas Hugh NEVILLE
221 pp501-502 Daniel O'Sullivan
222 Cause of Death: Malnutrition Christena Belle Oulton
223 Marriage Record notes Sally to be from Petersham, Massachusetts Sally PARTRIDGE
224 d. St. John city, 31st ult., Edgar PEACOCK youngest s/o William
PEACOCK and Margaret PEACOCK, age 4 mos.

Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 80 Number 756

Rank 176

Date June 1, 1891

County Saint John

Place Saint John

Newspaper The Daily Sun 
225 D. March 20 1882 Town of Portland (Saint John) 19 inst. Ethel
May Peacock daughter of William & Margaret Peacock age 1 year 9
days. Funeral From Residence of her Grandmother, Mrs. Jane
Clarke, Brooks St. Tuesday 2:30 oclock 
226 d. Town of Portland (St. John) 19th inst., Ethel May PEACOCK d/o
Wm PEACOCK and Margaret PEACOCK, age 1 year 9 days. Funeral from
residence of her grandmother, Mrs. Jane CLARK, Brooks St.,
Tuesday 2:30 o'clock.

Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 58 Number 1028

Rank 176

Date March 20, 1882

County Saint John

Place Saint John

Newspaper Saint John Globe 
227 From the Boston Daily Gobe

Feburary 7 1950

Mitchell, in Dorchester, Feb 6 Eva B (Peacock) wife of Orville
E. Mitchell of

21 Hancock St, Funeral Services at the J. B. Cole & Son Funeral
Home 490 Columbia Rd, on Wed

Feb 8 at 2pm. Relatives and Friends invited. Visiting hours
2-4pm and 7-10pm. 
Eva Blanche PEACOCK
228 From Canada George Raymond PEACOCK
229 WWII George Raymond PEACOCK
an Assistant Elevator Operatorat 75 Federal Building prior to
his death. 
George Stephen PEACOCK
231 Became US citizen George Stephen PEACOCK
232 From Canada George Stephen PEACOCK
233 George and Mildred lived at 3 Sawyer Ave for many years
according to the Boston City Directories 1943 to 1959 
George Stephen PEACOCK
234 D. 12 inst, City of Portland (Saint John) James Arthur Peacock
infant son of William and Maggie Peacock age 13 months, Funeral
from his fathers residence corner of Brooks & Sheriff Streets,
Portland. Friday 
James Arthur PEACOCK
235 d. 12th inst., city of Portland (St. John), James Arthur PEACOCK
infant s/o William PEACOCK and Maggie PEACOCK, age 13 mos.
Funeral from his his father's residence corner of Brook and
Sheriff sts., Portland, Friday.

Daniel F. Johnson : Volume 63 Number 3219

Rank 176

Date August 13, 1885

County Saint John

Place Saint John

Newspaper The Daily Sun 
James Arthur PEACOCK
236 Residence: 32 March St Cause of Death: Pneumonia Letitia PEACOCK
237 Cause of Death: Arteriosclerosis, myocarditis/Resident of
Brainerd Rd. 
Margaret A. PEACOCK
238 Was a widow at the time of her death Margaret A. PEACOCK
239 Cause of Death: Consumption, Tuberculosis Sarah PEACOCK
240 From the Lowell Daily Sun, September 14 1894

"Sarah Heenan was buried yesterday from her late home in
Sutherland Street, Services were conducted by Rev. Mr. Morang.
The remains were interred in the Edson Cemetery." 
241 From Canada William Donald PEACOCK
242 William Donald was serving in the military, his primary address
was 3 Sawyer Ave. 
William Donald PEACOCK
243 Residence at Death was 23 Adelaide Street. Cause of Death:
244 Section C32 William J PEACOCK
245 Section CD 32 William J PEACOCK
246 The 1901 and 1881 Canadian Census' list William as Born in New
Brunswick but of Irish ethnicity. 
247 From the Newport Mercury and Weekly News, September 27 1933.

Mrs Patrick Cassidy Dies Wednesday,

Was Member of of Queen's Daughters and Active in St. Mary's
Parish Work

Mrs. Annie H (Reynolds) Cassidy, wife of Patrick H. Cassidy,
died wednesday at her home on Thames Street, after a three
months' illness. She was born in Newport, a daughter of Patrick
and Annie Reynolds; was a member of the Queen's Daughters: and
until her health prevented was prominent in church work in St.
Mary's parish. A sister, Mrs Peter L__, died three months ago,
and Mrs. Cassidy is survived by her husband and several nieces
and nephews. 
Annie H. Reynolds
Soldier in the War of 1812 
249 Elijah lived in Townsend, Vermont Elijah ROBINSON
250 George was a carpenter, came to Boston in around the year of
1635 from Wales. In 1651 assisted in building for John Eliot a
meeting house for the native americans in Natick, Massachusetts. 

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