Laurence Henry Collection, Book 1
Mrs. Samuel Archibald
OLD BARNS, Sept. 6 – A funeral service was held at Old Barns United Church on Sunday afternoon, September 4, at 3:45 for Charlotte May Trenholm, wife of the late Samuel Archibald of Buffalo, N.Y., late of Beaverbrook, and daughter of the late Mark Trenholm and Ellen Haley Trenholm of Brookfield, who passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jean Lawrence, Buffalo, on August 30 in her 77th year.
A funeral service was held at Buffalo, which was largely attended.
The service on Sunday afternoon was conducted by Rev. Mr. Huestis of Brookfield, Baptist Church assisted by Rev. C.C. Favier, Old Barns, United church, and was largely attended by relatives and friends from Brookfield, Old Barns, Princeport and Halifax.
The hymn sung was “The Old Rugged Cross”.
Present at the funeral were two sons, Ralph and Charles and their wives and a daughter Jean, Mrs. Lawrence, with whom Mrs. Archibald had made her home; brothers, Harold Trenholm and Mrs. Trenholm, Earl Trenholm, Charles Trenholm and Mrs. Trenholm, Brookfield; sisters, Mrs. John Phillips and Mr. Phillips, Princeport, Miss Dorothy Trenholm, Brookfield; and Mrs. Edna Trenholm Redden, Halifax. Also present were brother-in-law Ira Crowe, and sister-in-law, Mrs. William Archibald, Old Barns.
Her sister Mrs. Hazel Trenholm Hamner of Long Island, who attended the service at Buffalo, was unable to come to the service here.
Her aged mother, Mrs. Mark Trenholm, Brookfield, was unable to attend the services. Mrs. Archibald was predeceased by a brother, Clifford, Brookfield.
Pallbearers were nephews of the deceased, Rodney Redden, Halifax; Eric Trenholm, Gary Trenholm, Harold Phillips, Princeport; Dr. Weston Trenholm, Kentville, and Grant Trenholm.
A committal service was conducted by Mr. Heustis and Mr. Favier where Mrs. Archibald was laid to rest in the family plot beside her husband, Samuel Archibald.