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Re: MORE ON THE CARR ARMSWORTHY CONNECTION NOVA SCOTIA

Posted: 10 Sep 2007 1:53AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Armsworthy, Carr, Phillips, Cripps, Tracy
Here it is more on the whole Armsworthy clan and where the Carrs come in....

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Neenaa

Descendants of George William Armsworthy



Generation No. 1


1. GEORGE WILLIAM4 ARMSWORTHY (JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born August 15, 1830 in Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS., and died January 18, 1907 in Bur. Union Cem., Queensport, NS.. He married MARY ARMSWORTHY January 06, 1852 in Half Way Cove, NS., daughter of JOSEPH ARMSWORTHY and CATHERINE GEORGE.

Notes for GEORGE WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY:

Methodist. Fisherman. Residence: Crowe Harbour, NS.


Children of GEORGE ARMSWORTHY and MARY ARMSWORTHY are:

2. i. ELEANOR CATHERINE5 ARMSWORTHY, b. October 14, 1853, Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS.; d. February 28, 1941, Belmont, NS. Bur. Belmont Cem. North, NS..

ii. GEORGE ARMSWORTHY, b. 1856.

Notes for GEORGE ARMSWORTHY:

Census 1: 1871, Crow Harbour - Dwe 073 Fam 073 - George Armsworthy - 15 years old - single

Census 2: 1881, Crow Harbour - Dwe 030 Fam 034 - George Armsworthy - 26 years old - single

Occupation: 1881, Seaman25





3. iii. MARY ANN ARMSWORTHY, b. 1858, Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS..

4. iv. FRANCES OLIVE ARMSWORTHY, b. October 31, 1866; d. 1954.

v. THOMAS ARMSWORTHY, b. Abt. 1868.

Notes for THOMAS ARMSWORTHY:

Lost at sea.

Census 1: 1871, Crow Harbour - Dwe 073 Fam 073 - Ann Armsworthy - 12 years old - single

Census 2: 1881, Crow Harbour - Dwe 030 Fam 034 - Mary Armsworthy - 23 years old - single

Census 3: 1891, Crow Harbour - Fam 010 - Mary Meeds - 32 years old - married

Residence: 1881, Crow Harbour34





5. vi. ELSA MALINDA ARMSWORTHY, b. May 01, 1868, Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS.; d. Queensport, NS.

6. vii. JOHN ROSS ARMSWORTHY, b. December 28, 1870, Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS.; d. 1915, Bur. Union Cem. Queensport, NS..

7. viii. CHRISTINE JANE ARMSWORTHY, b. January 28, 1873, Crow Harbour, NS; d. June 28, 1931, St Martha's Hospital, Antigonish, NS. Bur. Union Cem. Queensport, NS..

ix. ALICE FRANCES ARMSWORTHY, b. November 02, 1875, Crow Harbour, NS.

x. ETHEL ARMSWORTHY, b. July 07, 1884.

Notes for ETHEL ARMSWORTHY:

1901 census was member of Alfred Hurst household at Canso east.

xi. DOLLY ARMSWORTHY, b. March 08, 1894.

Notes for DOLLY ARMSWORTHY:

1901 census, Crow Harbour. Birthdate would indicate she was a possible grandchild.



Generation No. 2


2. ELEANOR CATHERINE5 ARMSWORTHY (GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born October 14, 1853 in Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS., and died February 28, 1941 in Belmont, NS. Bur. Belmont Cem. North, NS.. She married JARIUS ALEXANDER ARMSWORTHY January 28, 1874 in Crow Harbour, Queensport, Guys.Co.NS, son of JOSEPH ARMSWORTHY and MARY RICHARDSON.

More About ELEANOR CATHERINE ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: December 30, 1891, Baptised: Canso, NS. Rev A.C.Borden, Methodist

Notes for JARIUS ALEXANDER ARMSWORTHY:

Fisherman and teamester----Maildriver. Resided in Canso Guy.Co. for many years. Listed there in 1896 and 1901.

In about 1912 moved to Belmont Col.Co. NS. He may have moved to New Glasgow, NS in 1918 for a short time but returned to Belmont. Ten children and one adopted son, Wilfred Borden Armsworthy. Life long Liberal ,Wesleyan Methodist and later joined United Church of Canada. Superintendent of Sunday School.

Lived in house at Belmont, NS owned in recent times by Frank Duguay.

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Clipping dated 1934 with photo:

Married Sixty Years-Belmont Couple, Both Aged 8 1, Celebrate their diamond wedding jubilee with fitting festivities:

A Methodist clergyman, who made the rounds of his circuit on horseback, married Mr. & Mrs. Jairus [sic] A. Armsworthy, pictured above, at Queensport, Guys. Co. 60 years ago yesterday. In honor of the occasion a fitting celebration of the diamond jubilee was carried out by relatives and friends at their Belmont home last night when they were congratulated and received many gifts.

Belmont Couple Are Sixty Years Wedded: Diamond Jubilee is Celebrated at Belmont Horne by One of Oldest Married Couples in Province-Truro, Jan 29-Sixty years nianied is the splendid record of Mr & Mrs. Jairus Alexander Armsworthy and tonight a fitting celebration was carried out by the many relatives and friends, who called to pay tribute to this aged couple. Both are SI years of age and for the past 22 years have resided in Behnont where the festivities were held. This sixty year bride and groom were nuarried at Queensport, Guysborough County on January 28, 1874, by Rev. Mr. Brittle, a Methodist clergyman who in those days made his rounds of the circuit on horseback. For a long time the couple resided in Canso and came to Behnont as stated above. However for a short time the couple resided in New Glasgow. There were bom to this couple ten children, four whom are now living and also one adopted son. There are 44 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren now living. The groom was a grandson of one of the United Empire Loyalists who came from the United States and settled in Nova Scotia. He has been a life long Liberal. After the Union of the church went with the Methodist congregation into the United Church of Canada.

The sixty year bride, whose name was also Armsworthy before her marriage, was a daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. George A. Armsworthy, Queensport, Guys. Co. Both of these aged Behnont citizens are enjoying exce]Jent health and entered the festivities of the diamond wedding jubilee whole heartedly. They are followed with the best wishes of scores of their friends. The children now living are: William A., caretaker of the Truro post office; (Mary)

Nfts. David Green, Stewiacke; (Mibnda) Mrs. William Armsworthy, Phidlips Harbour; (Lillian) Mrs. Fred Bigsby, Truro; and Wilfted at Belmont.

More About JARIUS ALEXANDER ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: December 31, 1914, Member of Board of Trustees, Behnont Methodist Church. Fact 2: March 02, 1916, Appointed Treasurer of Trustees.

Fact 3: 1914-1918, Usher. 1 918 moved to New Glasgow for a short time. Fact 4: 1920-1925, Trustee.

Fact 5: 1922, Janitor, Behnont Methodist Church

Marriage Notes for JARIUS ARMSWORTHY and ELEANOR ARMSWORTHY:

Witnesses to marriage were George Myers, Zulpat M. Myers: Jan.29, 1874 at Crow Harbour, Guys.Co.,NS.Celebrated 60th wedding anniversary(Diamond) in Behnont on January 28, 1934.

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More About JARIUS ALEXANDER ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: December 31, 1914, Member of Board of Trustees, Belmont Methodist Church.

Fact 2: March 02, 1916, Appointed Treasurer of Trustees.

Fact 3: 1914-1917, Usher. Moved to New Glasgow for a short time.

Fact 4: 1920-1925, Trustee.

Fact 5: 1922, Janitor, Belmont Methodist Church

Marriage Notes for ELEANOR ARMSWORTHY and JARIUS ARMSWORTHY:

Witnesses to marriage were George Myers, Zulpat M. Myers: Jan.29 , 1874 at Crow Harbour, Guys.Co.,NS.Celebrated 60th wedding anniversary(Diamond) in Belmont on January 28, 1934.


Children of ELEANOR ARMSWORTHY and JARIUS ARMSWORTHY are:

8. i. WILLIAM ALEXANDER6 ARMSWORTHY, b. November 16, 1874, Queensport, Guys.Co.,NS; d. October 02, 1945, Camp Hill Hospital ,Halifax,NS..Bur. Belmont Cem. North.

ii. JERRY HERMAN ARMSWORTHY, b. April 23, 1876, Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS.; d. June 29, 1876, Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS..

9. iii. MARY JANE ARMSWORTHY, b. July 07, 1877, Canso , NS; d. July 11, 1969, Bur. Pine Grove Cem. Stewiacke, NS..

10. iv. MELINDA CATHERINE 'CASSIE' ARMSWORTHY, b. May 09, 1879; d. April 1944, Bur. Union Cem., Queensport, NS..

v. INFANT ARMSWORTHY, b. August 12, 1881; d. August 22, 1881.

Notes for INFANT ARMSWORTHY:

Not sure if male or female.

11. vi. MARTHA OLIVIA ARMSWORTHY, b. September 08, 1881; d. March 27, 1931.

12. vii. MAUD MAY ARMSWORTHY, b. January 19, 1884, Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS.; d. October 20, 1927.

viii. CHARLES DESMOND ARMSWORTHY, b. April 11, 1886.

More About CHARLES DESMOND ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: April 14, 1876, Baptised: Canso, NS. Rev F.A.Buckley Methodist

13. ix. LILLIAN EMILY ARMSWORTHY, b. August 14, 1889, Canso , NS; d. 1958, Bur. Belmon Presbyteriant Cem. North , NS.

x. ARTHUR WILFRED ARMSWORTHY, b. July 30, 1891, Canso , NS; d. Deceased.

More About ARTHUR WILFRED ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: December 30, 1891, Baptised: Canso, NS. Rev A.C.Borden, Methodist

14. xi. WILFRED BORDEN ARMSWORTHY, b. July 21, 1892, Halifax, NS.; d. August 23, 1974, Kentville, NS.; Adopted child.

xii. OLMAN ULSFORD ARMSWORTHY, b. October 12, 1901; d. September 29, 1979, Paradise Hill, Saskatchewan, Canada.; Adopted child.

Notes for OLMAN ULSFORD ARMSWORTHY:

Probably adopted. Appears in Methodist Church records, Belmont NS, as an usher in 1915. Bachelor.

3. MARY ANN5 ARMSWORTHY (GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1858 in Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS.. She married (1) WILLIAM MEEDES May 23, 1881 in Methodist Church, Guysborough, NS., son of JEREMIAH MEEDES and MARGARET ARMSWORTHY. She married (2) WILLIAM MEEDS May 23, 1881 in Cape Canso, NS. Methodist., son of JERRY MEEDS.

Notes for MARY ANN ARMSWORTHY:

Census 1: 1871, Crow Harbour - Dwe 073 Fam 073 - Ann Armsworthy - 12 years old - single

Census 2: 1881, Crow Harbour - Dwe 030 Fam 034 - Mary Armsworthy - 23 years old - single

Census 3: 1891, Crow Harbour - Fam 010 - Mary Meeds - 32 years old - married

Residence: 1881, Crow Harbour34





Notes for WILLIAM MEEDES:

Census 1: 1871, Crow Harbour - Dwe 086 Fam 086 - William Meads - 17 years old - single

Census 2: 1881, Crow Harbour - Dwe 053 Fam 057 - William Meddes - 28 years old - single

Census 3: 1891, Crow Harbour - Fam 010 - William Meeds - 37 years old - married

Occupation 1: 1891, Fisherman35

Occupation 2: 1871, Fisherman36

Occupation 3: 1881, Fisherman37

Religion: Baptist38

Residence: 1881, Crow Harbour39




Children of MARY ARMSWORTHY and WILLIAM MEEDES are:

15. i. GEORGE6 MEEDES, b. 1881.

ii. SEYMOUR MEEDES, b. 1884.

iii. HILDA MEEDES, b. 1891; m. WYLIE TOWER.

4. FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY (GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born October 31, 1866, and died 1954. She married SIMON WILLIAM PENNY January 22, 1896.

Notes for FRANCES OLIVE ARMSWORTHY:

Baptism: August 08, 1883, St. James Anglican Church, Half Way Cove73

Census 1: 1881, Crow Harbour - Dwe 030 Fam 034 - Frances Armsworthy - 5 years old - single

Census 2: 1891, Crow Harbour - Fam 008 - Olley Armsworthy - 15 years old - single





More About FRANCES OLIVE ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: August 08, 1883, Baptised: St James Anglican Church, Half Way Cove,ns.


Children of FRANCES ARMSWORTHY and SIMON PENNY are:

i. BURNETT LEO6 PENNY, b. August 11, 1897; d. 1981.

ii. HATTIE PENNY, b. August 22, 1899; d. Infant.

Notes for HATTIE PENNY:

Died young.

16. iii. ROY PENNY, b. 1904.

17. iv. LEXIE ARMSWORTHY, b. 1906.

v. LEILA ARMSWORTHY, b. 1909.

vi. LEXIE PENNY, b. 1909; m. BAKER RHYNOLD.

18. vii. LEILA PENNY, b. 1909.

5. ELSA MALINDA5 ARMSWORTHY (GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born May 01, 1868 in Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS., and died in Queensport, NS. She married ALEXANDER CARR.

Notes for ELSA MALINDA ARMSWORTHY:

Census 1: 1871, Crow Harbour - Dwe 073 Fam 073 - Malinda Armsworthy - 2 years old - single

Census 2: 1881, Crow Harbour - Dwe 030 Fam 034 - Melinda Armsworthy - 12 years old - single

Census 3: 1891, Crow Harbour - Fam 008 - Melinda Jones - 22 years old - married

May also have married a Jones. Living with parents in 1891 census.

Notes for ALEXANDER CARR:

Fisherman.


Children of ELSA ARMSWORTHY and ALEXANDER CARR are:

i. PERCY6 CARR.

ii. EDWARD CARR.

19. iii. LEXIE CARR.

iv. ALLAN S. CARR.

v. SYLVIA CARR.

vi. MARGUERITE CARR.

6. JOHN ROSS5 ARMSWORTHY (GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born December 28, 1870 in Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS., and died 1915 in Bur. Union Cem. Queensport, NS.. He married ELIZABETH RHYNOLD December 07, 1893 in Methodist Church, Guys., daughter of ALEXANDER RHYNOLD and ABIGAIL KNOWLAN.

Notes for JOHN ROSS ARMSWORTHY:

Census 1: 1881, Crow Harbour - Dwe 030 Fam 034 - Ross Armsworthy - 9 years old - single

Census 2: 1891, Crow Harbour - Fam 008 - John Armsworthy - 20 years old - single

Occupation: 1891, Fisherman50




Children of JOHN ARMSWORTHY and ELIZABETH RHYNOLD are:

i. ALBERT6 ARMSWORTHY, b. September 19, 1893.

ii. CLARENCE ARMSWORTHY, b. April 06, 1896, Philips Harbour, NS; d. June 12, 1918, Bur.Union Cem. Queensport, NS..

Notes for CLARENCE ARMSWORTHY:

Fisherman. Baptist. WW#1 Veteran. Joined Canadian Army in June 1918 . Trained at Aldershot, NS. Service # 628144 G C . 5'7''. Dark complexion with

brown hair and grey eyes.

20. iii. CARRIE ARMSWORTHY, b. December 25, 1897.

21. iv. HAZEL ELSIE ARMSWORTHY, b. December 05, 1900, Phillips Harbour, NS..

22. v. WILLIAM HARVEY ARMSWORTHY, b. 1901.

23. vi. LINDSAY ALFRED ARMSWORTHY, b. 1904.

vii. LENA ARMSWORTHY, b. 1905; d. Deceased, Bur.Union Cem. Queensport, NS..

Notes for LENA ARMSWORTHY:

Died young of diptheria.

24. viii. BEULAH ARMSWORTHY, b. 1908, Philips Harbour, NS.; d. August 31, 1992, Halifax, NS.

25. ix. VIOLET IRENE ARMSWORTHY, b. 1911, Philips Harbour, NS.; d. April 07, 1994, Mulgrave,NS..

26. x. SPENCER ALBERT ARMSWORTHY, b. 1913, Philips Harbour, NS; d. November 21, 2001, Bur. Fairview Lawn Cem., Halifax, NS/.

27. xi. KENNETH HAVELOCK ARMSWORTHY, b. 1914, Philips Harbour, NS.; d. May 02, 1996, Bur. Gates of Heaven Cem., Lwr Sackville, NS.

28. xii. ALBERT JAMES ARMSWORTHY, b. June 05, 1918, Guysborough,NS; d. November 11, 2001, Armview Estates Nursing Home, Halifax. Bur. Union Cem. Queensport, NS..

7. CHRISTINE JANE5 ARMSWORTHY (GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born January 28, 1873 in Crow Harbour, NS, and died June 28, 1931 in St Martha's Hospital, Antigonish, NS. Bur. Union Cem. Queensport, NS.. She married ELISHA WILLIAM CARTER March 14, 1887 in Baptist Church, Phillips Harbour, NS ., son of THOMAS SR. and MALHALA HURST.

Notes for CHRISTINE JANE ARMSWORTHY:

Date born 2: January 20, 1873, As listed on the 1901 census63

Burial: St. James Anglican Cemetery, Halfway Cove64,65,65

Census 1: 1881, Crow Harbour - Dwe 030 Fam 034 - Christina Armsworthy - 8 years old - single

Census 2: 1891, Crow Harbour - Fam 008 - Christina Carter - 19 years old - married

Census 3: 1901, Cape Canso - Div 2 Dwe 041 Fam 049 - Christena Carter - 28 years old - married

Living with parents in 1891 census.

Notes for ELISHA WILLIAM CARTER:

born 2: December 20, 1867, As listed on the 1901 census66

Census 1: 1871, Crow Harbour - Dwe 090 Fam 090 - Elisha Carter - 2 years old - single

Census 2: 1881, Crow Harbour - Dwe 057 Fam 061 - Elisha Carter - 13 years old - single

Census 3: 1891, Crow Harbour - Fam 049 - Elisha Carter - 21 years old - married [no wife listed]

Census 4: 1891, did not appear with wife

Census 5: 1901, Cape Canso - Div 2 Dwe 041 Fam 049 - Elisha Carter - 33 years old - married

Occupation 1: 1891, Fisherman67

Occupation 2: 1901, Fisherman68




Children of CHRISTINE ARMSWORTHY and ELISHA CARTER are:

i. EDSION6 CARTER, m. ANNA KRAMER.

ii. ODESSA CARTER, b. May 23, 1891; d. 1963; m. ANDREW DAME.

iii. CHARLES CARTER, b. July 1893; d. September 26, 1918, Gloucester MA., USA.

iv. MARY OLIVIA CARTER, b. April 20, 1895; d. 1972; m. HAROLD GOODWIN.



Generation No. 3


8. WILLIAM ALEXANDER6 ARMSWORTHY (ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born November 16, 1874 in Queensport, Guys.Co.,NS, and died October 02, 1945 in Camp Hill Hospital ,Halifax,NS..Bur. Belmont Cem. North. He married (1) HANNAH CASTELLA FELTMATE September 18, 1896 in Methodist Parsonage, daughter of SAMUEL FELTMATE and EUNICE DUNCAN. He married (2) SARAH TAYLOR January 08, 1931 in St Andrew's United Church, Truro, NS..

Notes for WILLIAM ALEXANDER ARMSWORTHY:

Notes for SGT. William Alexander Armsworthy

1901 CENSUS he with Hannah and son Arthur were in Canso. Methodist. Truckman. Moved from Canso NS abt 19 1 0 to Lower Behnont and farmed where Bush Beaver lived for many years . My mother Essie was bom there in 1911.(author) At age 41 he joined the army # 901519, 193 rd BattilonMarch 22 1916. Certificate signed by Lt.Col. John Stanfield---"The Blue Feather Battalion " or "Stanfield!s Rangers" and served in England as a Sergeant Later transferred to 17th Battilon, Nova Scotia Rifles. Discharged Jan. 13,1919 at Halifax. Medals included: British War Medal and Victory Medal.

Sailed from Halifax 12 Oct. 1916 on S. S Olympic and arrived in England 1 8 Oct 1916. Returned to Canada 26 Aug. 1917 on S. S. Carmonia.

At the sametime his son Arthur served in England and Europe. Later became caretaker of the Post Office in Truro( I5 years) and lived in the apartment. As a very young child I remember visiting there. Described as: 5' 11 1/4 ", blue eyes, brown hair, 170 lbs and Methodist religion.

He later retired to Wittenburg NS. where he lived out his years. Buried from United Church of Canada, Belmont.







More About WILLIAM ALEXANDER ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: October 1945, Funeral : Wesley United Church, Belmont, NS.

Notes for HANNAH CASTELLA FELTMATE:

Church of Engand. German descent. Lived in Lower Belmont with husband and family in what in my time was the Bush Beaver house. My mother, Essie,and sister Lavinia were born there. Hannah was a strong individual who kept the family together during WW#1 when her husband William and eldest son Arthur were overseas with the Canadian Expeditionary Army. She was bedridden for sometime and was looked after by Jessie Fender of Scotland , a sister of Bella who married her

youngest son Covert. My mother , her daughter , also did her best as a teenager to see the family through hard times. Hannah was said to be an organized person , a trait which manifested itself in atleast three daughters and some grandchildren and great-grandchildren.


More About HANNAH CASTELLA FELTMATE:

Fact 1: November 29, 1879, Baptised. J.W. Howie. Whitehaven, Guys. Co., NS

Cause of Death: Cancer of the breast.


Children of WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY and HANNAH FELTMATE are:

29. i. ARTHUR ELLSWORTH7 ARMSWORTHY, b. April 01, 1897, Canso, NS.; d. September 12, 1955, Truro,NS. Bur. Belmont, NS.

ii. MARGARET ARMSWORTHY, b. 1899; d. 1899.

30. iii. THELMA JANE ARMSWORTHY, b. April 06, 1901, Canso, NS.; d. May 11, 1969, Morristown, NJ.,USA.

31. iv. LELIA GILLIAN ARMSWORTHY, b. May 08, 1903, Canso, NS.; d. February 15, 1966, Verdun, PQ.Bur. Mount Royal Cem.,Sec Mt Muray 117-L.

32. v. COVERT WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY, b. January 25, 1904, Canso, NS.; d. October 31, 1973, Regina , Saskatchewn. Bur. memorial Gardens..

33. vi. ESSIE SENTHILLIA ARMSWORTHY, b. September 10, 1911, Belmont, NS; d. October 02, 1995, Halifax VG Hospital, Halifax,NS. Bur. Belmont Cem., NS.

34. vii. LAVINIA AINSLIE ARMSWORTHY, b. February 15, 1919, Belmont, NS.


Children of WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY and SARAH TAYLOR are:

35. viii. MARJORIE ELLEN7 ARMSWORTHY, b. November 13, 1932, Truro, NS.

36. ix. JAMES R. ARMSWORTHY, b. September 15, 1935, Truro, NS; d. August 1998, Thunder Bay,ON.; Adopted child.

9. MARY JANE6 ARMSWORTHY (ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born July 07, 1877 in Canso , NS, and died July 11, 1969 in Bur. Pine Grove Cem. Stewiacke, NS.. She married DAVID F. GREENE, son of GEORGE GREENCORN and CATHERINE ARMSWORTHY.

Notes for MARY JANE ARMSWORTHY:

Lived in Belmont in the house on the Lightbody Road which Perley Roblee later occupied.

Also lived in Stewiacke NS for sometime. In her 70s she bought a typewriter and learned to type.

I have a sample of her typing given to me by her daughter 'Bertie' of Dartmouth, NS. It was a list of her boys who had died.



Truro Weekly News --June 29 1967-----Belmont item:

Rev. and- Mrs. Glover of Beaver Bank, Hfx. Co., accompanied by Mrs. Jennie Green, motored here and were guests of the latter's niece, Mrs. Alton Brown and Mr. Brown. ~Mrs. Green, a one time resident of this place and now nearing' her 90th birthday, was delighted to return to her native village.




More About MARY JANE ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: March 22, 1878, Baptised: Canso, NS. Rev J.C.Bigney, Methodist

Notes for DAVID F. GREENE:

1901 known as Greene and Greencorn.

60th Regiment Royal Americans (these were German soldiers)

Greencorn - The names of three Greencorns were on the roll of the Regiment, and there was one woman, Elizabeth and one child Jacob. No record has been found of Adam Greencorn. The name is probably a corruption of Krinkhorn. Unless one of those named Ludovic later took the name Nicholas, it is impossible to trace them. The large number of the name now living can be traced to a John Greencorn, whose wife was said to have been Mary Ryder. The relationship of this John to those named on the roll can not be traced.

From headstone at Pine Grove Cemetery, Stewiacke, NS

David F. Green, 1866-1941, Mary J. (His Wife ) 1877-1969. Sons Roy, 1899-1917, Frank, 1911-1953.


Children of MARY ARMSWORTHY and DAVID GREENE are:

i. STEVEN7 GREEN, d. 1999; m. CINDY SCOTT.

ii. EMILY KATHRYN GREENCORN, b. April 18; m. EDWARD (NED) RIPLEY.

Notes for EMILY KATHRYN GREENCORN:

Residence: Halifax, NS. I drove my mother and Aunt Thelma for a visit with her in 1960.

37. iii. DOROTHY ROSS GREENE, b. May 31.

38. iv. HAROLD WILLIAM GRENCON, b. April 12, 1897, Canso , NS; d. June 01, 1957, Halifax, NS. Bur. Gate of Heaven Cem. Lw Sackville, NS..

v. ROY QUENTIN GRENCON, b. May 07, 1899, Canso , NS; d. August 15, 1917, Killed at Hill 70, France. Vimy Memorial..

Notes for ROY QUENTIN GRENCON:

1901 census listed as Greencorn. Labourer. Methodist. Joined 76th Colchester Regt, Militia. WW#1, later Pte. with 26th Battalion, New Brunswick Regt. # 715105, D. Sec 6th, 1915. . No known grave. Listed on Vimy Memorial, France. 5'5 3/4". Light brown hair, hazel eyes. Scar on forehead.

vi. CHESTER WILFRED GREEN, b. November 28, 1904; d. August 1905.

vii. GERALD KINGSTON GREEN, b. Abt. 1905, Canso ,NS; m. IDA MAY GASKILL, December 19, 1929, Belmont United Church, Belmont,NS..

viii. FRANKLIN RALPH GREENE, b. April 03, 1910; d. May 08, 1953, Bur.Pine Grove Cem. Stewiacke, NS..

39. ix. LLOYD GEORGE GREEN, b. September 29, 1916, Belmont, NS.; d. March 19, 1980, VG Hospital, Halifax, NS. Bur. Pine Grove Cem. Stewiacke, NS..

40. x. ALBERTA (BERTIE) GREENE, b. October 21, 1918, Belmont, NS..

10. MELINDA CATHERINE 'CASSIE'6 ARMSWORTHY (ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born May 09, 1879, and died April 1944 in Bur. Union Cem., Queensport, NS.. She married JOHN WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY 1898, son of JOHN ARMSWORTHY and ALMA CARTER.

Notes for MELINDA CATHERINE 'CASSIE' ARMSWORTHY:

In 1934 residence at Phillips Harbour, NS.

Marion Feltmate's diary, 1944: Apr 26: Mrs Cassie Armsworthy buried today.

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY:

Resident of Phillip's Harbour in 1934 and in 1944.


Children of MELINDA ARMSWORTHY and JOHN ARMSWORTHY are:

i. INFANT7 ARMSWORTHY.

41. ii. HARRY LESLIE ARMSWORTHY, b. 1901, Philips Harbour, NS.; d. August 10, 1985, Bur. St. Vincent de Paul Cem., Queensport, NS..

iii. RUSSELL ARMSWORTHY, b. December 23, 1903; d. December 23, 1904, Bur. Union Cem., Queensport, NS..

iv. LILLIAN ARMSWORTHY, b. 1907; d. 1974; m. ROBERT RANDALL.

Notes for LILLIAN ARMSWORTHY:

Blind pianist.

v. GERALD ARMSWORTHY, b. Abt. 1918, Canso , NS; d. Deceased.

11. MARTHA OLIVIA6 ARMSWORTHY (ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born September 08, 1881, and died March 27, 1931. She married RUBIN DOHERTY, son of JOHN DOHERTY and LYDIA HINES.

Notes for MARTHA OLIVIA ARMSWORTHY:

1901 Census she was a general servant at the home of James and Janet Richardson who possibly were her gt grandparents. Methodist. Later became a member of St Alban's Parish in Eastern Passage, NS. The pulpit crufix is a memorial to her.

ALSO

March 1 , 1901 shows her as employed in the home of Wm and Alice Glassey, Ward 6 , Halifax, NS.

More About MARTHA OLIVIA ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: April 26, 1883, Baptised: Canso, NS. Rev John Astbury, Methodist

Notes for RUBIN DOHERTY:

Residence: Imperoyal, NS. Non-churchman. Held srong socialist views. With his sons he built the house at South Woodside in Imperoyal. It was torn down abt 1997.


Children of MARTHA ARMSWORTHY and RUBIN DOHERTY are:

42. i. JAMES FREDERICK7 DOHERTY, d. Deceased.

43. ii. CHARLES ALEXANDER DOHERTY, d. Deceased.

iii. WILFRED STANLEY DOHERTY.

44. iv. DOUGLAS REUBIN DOHERTY, d. 1983.

45. v. HAROLD ST. CLAIR DOHERTY, d. 1999.

46. vi. HELEN MARIE DOHERTY, b. October 21, Dartmouth,NS.; d. March 2000, Morell, PEI..

47. vii. LAURA MAY DOHERTY, b. June 30, 1903, Eastern Passage, Halifax Co., NS .; d. Aft. 1993, Dartmouth, NS.

12. MAUD MAY6 ARMSWORTHY (ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born January 19, 1884 in Crow Harbour, Guys. Co., NS., and died October 20, 1927. She married CHARLES JOSEPH MCCARTHY, son of CHARLES MCCARTHY.

Notes for MAUD MAY ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS. Converted to Roman Catholicism.

Notes for CHARLES JOSEPH MCCARTHY:

Lived on McCarthy's Hill in Halifax, NS; also 330 1/2 Gottingen Street. Painter and interior decorator. Later worked for Intercolonial Railway. Died age 73 years.


Children of MAUD ARMSWORTHY and CHARLES MCCARTHY are:

i. JOHN7 MCCARTHY.

Notes for JOHN MCCARTHY:

Residence: Montreal in 1947.

ii. CATHERINE RITA MCCARTHY, b. March 24.

Notes for CATHERINE RITA MCCARTHY:

School teacher in Halifax, NS.

iii. MABEL MCCARTHY, b. August 28.

Notes for MABEL MCCARTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

iv. CHARLES MCCARTHY, b. July 23.

v. NORA MCCARTHY, b. September 30.

Notes for NORA MCCARTHY:

Disabled.

vi. ARTHUR MCCARTHY, b. October 01.

Notes for ARTHUR MCCARTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

vii. WILLIAM MCCARTHY, b. August 24.

Notes for WILLIAM MCCARTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

48. viii. AUGUSTINE PATRICK MCCARTHY.

ix. PATRICK MCCARTHY, b. September 21.

13. LILLIAN EMILY6 ARMSWORTHY (ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born August 14, 1889 in Canso , NS, and died 1958 in Bur. Belmon Presbyteriant Cem. North , NS. She married FRED WILLIAM BIGSBY April 30, 1907 in Canso , NS.

Notes for LILLIAN EMILY ARMSWORTHY:

In 1934 residence in Truro,NS. Postmistress for 28 years in Belmont. Member

United Church and Sunday School Teacher.

Notes for FRED WILLIAM BIGSBY:

Longtime resident of Belmont, NS. Well liked man. Worked in lumber woods with my grandfather David

Staples.


Children of LILLIAN ARMSWORTHY and FRED BIGSBY are:

49. i. PATRICIA7 BIGSBY.

50. ii. ROY BIGSBY, b. March 23; d. Truro, NS.

iii. GERALDINE JOAN BIGSBY, b. May 01; m. DALTON DAVID BARKWELL, Bigsby Residence, Truro, NS..

Notes for GERALDINE JOAN BIGSBY:

Residence:Treherne, Manitoba.Was employed by Kays Ltd, Truro, NS. (Ladies' store)

Notes for DALTON DAVID BARKWELL:

Played hockey for the Truro Bearcats.

51. iv. EVA BLANCHE BIGSBY, b. December 05; d. May 1970, Truro, NS..

52. v. GRACE L. BIGSBY, b. December 05.

53. vi. EDITH MYRTLE BIGSBY, b. March 13, 1905, Canso ,NS; d. August 15, 1997, Belmont, NS. Bur. Belmont Presbyterian Cem. North, NS.

vii. HOWARD JACK BIGSBY, b. March 18, 1910, Belmont, NS; d. Deceased, Bur. Belmont Cem. North , NS; m. MURIEL ELIZABETH ROODE, June 1940, Belmont, NS.

Notes for HOWARD JACK BIGSBY:

Retired from Stanfield's Ltd, Truro, NS. member first United Church, Phoenex Lodge, IOOF.

Notes for MURIEL ELIZABETH ROODE:

No issue. Respected and successful School teacher. Involved in many community projects in Truro.

A cousin of author on the Staples side.

viii. MARGARET ELLEN BIGSBY, b. July 27, 1912, Belmont, NS; d. September 1989, Bible Hill. Bur. Belmont Cem., NS; m. H. CROUSE CAMPBELL.

Notes for MARGARET ELLEN BIGSBY:

Member First United Church, Truro, NS. Employed for many years by Lewis Ltd, Truro, NS.

More About MARGARET ELLEN BIGSBY:

Fact 1: Funeral by Rev. Chalmers Hatcher

54. ix. MARY ELIZABETH BIGSBY, b. February 27, 1918, Belmont, NS..

55. x. FRANCES VIOLA BIGSBY, b. June 24, 1918; d. July 29, 2002, Port Clyde, Shelburne, NS.

xi. JARIUS BOYD BIGSBY, b. December 01, 1925, Belmont, NS; d. December 06, 1932, Bur. Belmont Presbyterian Cem. North , NS.

14. WILFRED BORDEN6 ARMSWORTHY (ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born July 21, 1892 in Halifax, NS., and died August 23, 1974 in Kentville, NS.. He married (1) UNKNOWN----------. He married (2) GERTRUDE LILLIAN MACPHERSON August 12, 1914.

Notes for WILFRED BORDEN ARMSWORTHY:

Birthdate---also given as Apr 14 , 1899.

Adopted. Residence in 1934 was Belmont. Often sang duets with my grandmother Etta Buchanan Staples in the Methodist/United Church in Belmont. Later moved to Yarmouth ,NS.

Served as Minister of Clementvale Baptist Church in the late 1950's. Later retired and moved to Cambridge NS.

Digby obituaries for November 1959 thru August 1963



1959 Archibald James Jordan

died on Monday, November 30, 1959 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames AMERO, COMEAU, DOUCETTE, JORDAN, MCCORMICK, MORRELL, RAMEY, ROBICHAULD, SHIPLEY



ARCHIBALD JAMES JORDAN Archibald James JORDAN of Marshalltown , Digby County passed away at the Victoria General Hospital on Sunday. He had been in poor health for the past year.Born in Deep Brook , fifty years ago he was the son of the late John and Ella [AMERO ]JORDAN .Surviving beside his wife, the former Edna DOUCETTE, are children Roy and Reid of Hamilton Ont ; Fred and Keith of Marshalltown ;and John of Caledonia ; Theresa [ Mrs Henry COMEAU ] Plympton;Audrey[Mrs Earl MORRELL] Wellington Ont. ;Jean [Mrs Arthur MCCORMICK] Wellington Ont. ; Lillian [ Mrs Bernard ROBICHAUD]; Anne JORDAN, Lorna JORDAN, Sheila JORDAN . Five brothers and three sisters also survive Lovett, Brighton; Louie, Bear River; Ralph, Ont.; Reginald and Harry Culloden; Majorie [Mrs Keith RAMEY, Bridgetown Esther [Mrs Albert SHIPLEY ] NJ and Mildred CB. The remains which rested at Jayne's Funeral Home in Digby were taken to the Roman Catholic Church in Marshalltown for service at 9am Wed. Interment was in St. Croix Cemetery, Plympton.



1960? Patrick J. Armstrong

died on Friday, January 1, 1960 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames ARMSTRONG, BELLIVEAU, COMEAU, MAILLET



Saulnierville-- Funeral service for Patrick J. ARMSTRONG was held with a solemn high mass at Sacred Heart Church, Saulnierville. Mass was celebrated by his son, Rev. Louis ARMSTRONG, rector of St. Ambrose Cathedral, Yarmouth. He was assisted by Rev. L. MAILLET and L. COMEAU. Surviving besides his wife, are his sons, Rev. L. ARMSTRONG, Yarmouth; Gabriel, of St. Anne de Bellevue, Que.; Willis, of Meteghan Station; and John Amedee, of Bouctouche, N.B. ; three daughters, Sister Gabriel Marie of Moncton, and Sister Amedee Marie of Arichat, both Daughters of Jesus; and Mrs. Maurice BELLIVEAU (Felice) of West Arichat. Interment was in the Sacred Heart cemetery.



1960? Mary Rose Deveau

died on Saturday, January 2, 1960 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames DEVEAU



Jan. 13-- The community was saddened Jan. 2nd, with the passing of Mary Rose, beloved wife of William DEVEAU. Mrs. DEVEAU had lived most of her married life here, a member of our club she will be greatly missed by friends and neighbors. Sorrow came to her early last June with the passing of her only daughter. Since then she had been in declining health. Our sincere sympathy goes to Mr. DEVEAU and all the family. Mr. And Mrs. Bernard DEVEAU, who were vacationing in Ontario, were called home, due to the health of his mother, Mrs. William DEVEAU.



1960? Mlle. Isabelle Maillet

died on Sunday, June 26, 1960 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames ARMSTRONG, BELLIVEAU, BOUDREAU, COMEAU, DEVEAU, MAILLET, MELANSON, ROBICHAUD, THERIAULT



Mavilette-- Mlle Isabelle MAILLET est decedee a sa demeure dimanche soir, le 26 juin, a l'age de 71 ans et 7 mois. Fille de Nicolas MAILLET et Marguerite COMEAU, la defunte laisse pour la pleurer une soeur Marie et un frere Vincent, tous deux de Mavilette. (Ca 1960) Les funerailles ont eu lieu jeudi matin le 30, a 10:30 heures a St. Alphonse de Clare. La messe solonelle de requiem fut chantee par le R. P. Leo MAILLET, neveu de la defunte, qui etait assiste du R. P. Denis ROBICHAUD, Concession, comme diacre, et du R. P. Hector MELANSON, Meteghan, comme sous- diacre. Le maitre de ceremonie etait le R. P. Paul BELLIVEAU du college St. Anne. L'organiste etait le R. P. Louis ARMSTRONG, Yarmouth, et le R. P. Edouard THERIAULT, cure, dirigait le chant. Les porteurs etaient Gerald, Andre, Nicolas Maillet, neveux de la defunte, Michael DEVEAU, Alfred BOUDREAU et Albert COMEAU.



1960 Zelda P Thurber

died on Thursday, August 25, 1960 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames FINNIGAN, GRAY, HIBBARD, THURBER



Digby Courier Thursday Aug. 25,1960 ZELDA P THURBER The funeral of Zelda Pearl THURBER , whose death occurred at the home of her sister , Mrs Warren GRAY , Kemptville NS on Aug. 6th. was held from the United Baptist Church at Freeport with the service conducted by the Rev, Mr. Ideson. Interment was in Brookside Cemetery . Pall bearers were Gene Tibert, Peter Milburn , B. Bouchie,AveryFinnigan , Willard Titus and Raleigh Nichols. Born in Freeport she was the eldest daughter of H. N. and Mrs Thurber. She was 59 years of age. Miss Thurber taught school in Nova Scotia for several years , moving later to the United States where she was employed for over thirty years by Rust Craft Corp., Dedham MA She leaves to mourn three sisters , Mrs Warren GRAY;[Irene ] ;Kemptville NS ; Mrs A.R. FINNIGAN [Gladys] Shawbridge PQ; Mrs C. F. HIBBARD [Wilhelmina ] ,Brancroft of Ont. two brothers Sherman K. of Fredericton and Glidden J. THURBER of Saint John NB



1961 Frank P Doucette

died on Thursday, April 13, 1961 Source: DIGBY COURIER Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames COMEAU, DOUCETTE, HENSHAW, JORDAN, MELANSON, WENTZELL



Digby Courier 13 April 1961 FRANK P. DOUCETTE Frank Peter DOUCETTE , Marshalltown died Tuesday. Born in Marshalltown, 74 years ago he was the son of the late Benjamin and Annie DOUCETTE His wife was the former Lennie MELANSON . He was a member of the Roman Catholic Church at Marshalltown. He worked for many years with the Digby plant of the Martime National Fish. Surviving besides his wife are five sons and three daughters. Alonzo of Conway; Clifford and Carey of Marshalltown and Bennie and Nathan of Hamilton ;daughters Edna [Mrs Archibald JORDAN ] Marshalltown , Millie [Mrs Llewellyn WENTZELL ] Digby and daughter Sister Jana Bernadette of Quebec;sisters Lotti [ Mrs Carey HENSHAW] ; Bear River; Sadie [Mrs Ernest COMEAU] Marshalltown The remains rested at his residence until Friday when they were taken to the Roman Catholic Church at Marshalltown for mass at 9AM. Rev. Father GAUDET conducted the mass and interment was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Plympton.



1961 Alpheus B Marshall

died on Thursday, May 25, 1961 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L MARSHALL Obituary contained surnames CUNNINGHAM, DUNN, FRASER, GORSY, HARDWICK, MACINTYRE, MARSHALL, SUTHERLAND, WALKER, WILSON



Digby courier Thursady 35 May 1961 ALPHEUS B MARSHALL Alpheus B. MARSHALL ,91, retired Bear River merchant passed away at his residence Saturday. Born in Bear River he was a son of the late Alpheus and Tamar HARDWICK MARSHALL . He attended Horton Landing School , Mount Allison and was a graduate of Saint John Business school. Following his education , he worked for 15 years with the firm of John Marsh and Co. in Boston . He removed to Bear River where he worked for the firm of Clark Bros . Later he opened his own business on the location that is now known as the Bear River Trading Post. He served the people of the area for more than 50 years. He was a member of the Bear River United Church and of the Keith Lodge AF and AM. He served his lodge as treasurer for 35 years and was the possessor of the 50 year jewel and the gold cane. His wife the former Mary DUNN predeceased him in 1933. He is survived by a daughter , Katherine [Mrs Allen WALKER , Taunton MA also three grand children , Marshall, David and Judith of Taunton MA and two great grand children. two nephews Dr. A.M. W ILSON of Barrington NS , Mr ,I K WILSON Barrington NS , six nieces Mrs J. H. CUNNINGHAM , Bear River, Mrs A.G. MACINTYRE, Mrs F.W. FRASER, Mrs J B GORST ;Mrs William J. SUTHERLAND, Lockport Remains rested at the Jayne's Funeral home until Tuesday , they were taken to the United Church , Bear River for the services at 2 :30 PM, Rev. Stuart Russell conducted the service and interment was in Mount Hope Cemetery , Bear River.



1961 Timothy W Sullivan

died on Thursday, May 25, 1961 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames AMERO, GOSSON, GRAVEL, SAULNIER, SULLIVAN, WOODMAN



Digby Courier Thursday 25 May 1961 TIMOTHY W SULLIVAN Funeral services were held recently for Timothy W. SULLIVAN of Hilltown who died at the Digby Genersl Hospital following a lengyhy illness. Mr. SULLIVAN , 87, was the son of the late Timothy and Sarah [WINCHESTER] SULLIVAN of Hilltown. He is survived by his wife the former Irene GRAVEL and six daughters Reta, Cornwall Ont. ; Frances at home; Stella [Mrs Lawrence SAULNIER] New Tusket; Olive , [Mrs Emmith AMERO] Toronto , Ont. ; and Beverly [Mrs Robert GOSSON ] , Plympton and two sons Colonel Hasset, and Genos at Home



1961 J. Dixon Rice

died on Thursday, May 25, 1961 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L MARSHALL Obituary contained surnames LEBLANC, MELANSON, RICE



Digby Courier Thursday 25 May 196 J DIXON RICE One of Weymouth's prominent citizens J. Dixon RICE died Thursday at the age of 67.He had been ill for some months. The deceased was the son of the late Edward P. and Josephine [LEBLANC] RICE . He attended Saint Francis Xavier University and served his country during WW1. In 1919 he took over his father's retail grocery business which he operated until before his death. Mr. RICE was a devoted member of Saint Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Weymouth . He was a 4th degree member of the Knights of Columbas and a charter member of the Yarmouth Council, president of the Holy Name Society of Saint Joseph'a Church, president of the Weymouth Garden Club and past president of the Weymouth Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society , past president of the local Credit Union and a member of the Weymouth Board of Trade. He is survived by his wife the former Lennie M MELANSON , a son Edward , Halifax and two brothers Dr. J. Herbert RICE of Halifax and J. Nelson RICE of Washington DC . The funeral service was held Monday morning at 10:00 at Saint Joseph's Church . Burial in the family plot in Weymouth.



1961 Fred A Robbins

died on Thursday, May 25, 1961 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: L Marshall Obituary contained surnames ARCEY, JACKSON, ROBBINS, SMITH, WILSON



Digby courier , Thursday May 25 1961 FRED A ROBBINS Word was received by Clifford ROBBINS of the passing of his brother , Fred Albert ROBBINS of Worcester MA.on Sunday May 14. He was the son of the late James Albert and Mary Etta ROBBINS of Smith's Cove NS . The deceased had been in poor health the past two or three years.He underwent two operations in the past year. Besides his wife, Mildred D'ARCEY ROBBINS , formerly of Joggins Bridge , he is survived by two sons and two daughter of Worcester and Shewsbury MA and several grand children, also a brother Otis in California , two sisters in New York, and one in Virginia USA ; Hazel SMITH of Sudbury Ont.; Mrs Avard WILSON of Lawrencetown NS and Mrs Myrtle JACKSON of Depp Brook NS . He was 67 years of age and born in Bear River NS



1961 Ainslie S. Handspiker

died on Friday, October 6, 1961 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames HANDSPIKER, HUGHES, THIBODEAU, VANTASSEL



Ainslie Stailing HANDSPIKER, resident of Digby, passed away at his home on Thursday morning suddenly. Born at Mount Pleasant, 82 years ago, he was the son of the late Charles and Margaret THIBODEAU HANDSPIKER. He was employed with the Maritime National Fish as a fish handler for over forty years. He was a member of the Grace United Church and also a member of the Canadian Order of Foresters. Surviving, besides his wife, the former Dora HANDSPIKER, are three sons, Arnold, Garnet and Osborne, of Mount Pleasant, a daughter, Audrey (Mrs. Cecil VANTASSEL) of Digby, twenty-three grandchildren and several great- grandchildren. The remains rested at Jayne's Funeral Home in Digby and Saturday, when they were taken to Grace United Church for service at 2/3 p.m. Rev. B. H. HUGHES conducted the service and interment was at Fairview Cemetery, Digby.



1961 Mrs Lillian Weir

died on Thursday, November 2, 1961 Source: Digby Courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames HANDSPIKER, SPARK, THERIAULT, WEIR



Mrs Lillian WEIR , widow of the late Robert WEIR of Digby died Friday at the age of 89. She was born in Culloden , Digby County ;the daughter of Chesley and Eliza [HANDSPIKER ]SPARK. She is survived by two sons Arthur and Percy and a daughter Mrs Ralph THERIAULT all of Digby. The funeral was held from Grace United Church , Digby at 2 pm , Monday . Rev. R.H. HUGHES officiated and interment was in Fair view Cemetery.



1961 Joseph S. Hines

died on Thursday, November 2, 1961 Source: Digby courier Submitter: Luella Marshall Obituary contained surnames HINES, JOHNSON, MILLAR



Joseph Stanley HINES , died at the Digby General Hospital , Thursday . Born in Rossway ,Digby County 83 years ago, he was the son of the late Jacob and Alice HINES. He was a member of the Church of Christ Disciples and St. George Lodge IOOF for the past 52 years. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs A.I. MILLER , Edmonton Alta. and Mrs R.M. JOHNSTON , South Range. Funeral service was held at the Rossway Baptist Church at 2pm on Sunday. Rev. J. W. DERBY officated. The St. George's Lodge held a graveside service. Interment was in the Rossway Cemetery



1962? Alvin Joseph Comeau

died on Monday, January 1, 1962 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames BELLIVEAU, BUDLEE, COMEAU, GORBIAY, HORNE, MACDONALD, SAULNIER, SWEENEY



Funeral services were held from St. Ambrose cathedral, last Saturday for Alvin Joseph COMEAU, 74, who died at the Yarmouth Hospital. He was a son of the late Mr. And Mrs. Evee COMEAU , Lower Saulnierville. Surviving are four sons: Martin, at home; James and Fred, Yarmouth; Patrick, Toronto; three daughters, Mrs. Helen BUDLEE, Toronto; Marjorie (Mrs. John MACDONALD), Toronto; Mrs. Terrance HORNE, Armdale; five sisters, Evelyn (Mrs. Joseph SWEENEY), Sand Beach; Eunice (Mrs. Dennis SAULNIER), Gloucester, Mass.; Irene (Mrs. John COMEAU); Minnie (Mrs. Thomas GORBIAY), Alma (Mrs. John BELLIVEAU) all of Lynn, Mass.



1962? Mary Adelaide Hubbard

died on Saturday, March 10, 1962 Submitter: Shirley Muise-Belliveau Obituary contained surnames CROSBY, HUBBARD, MEAKIN, NICKERSON, ROBICHAUD, ROBICHEAU, SCOVILLE, WALLACE



Mary Adelaide (Addie) HUBBARD passed away in the Yarmouth Hospital on March 10 after a lengthy illness. 83 years of age, she was born in Salmon River, the daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. Michael ROBICHAUD. Funeral services were at the 9 o'clock Mass. St. Ambrose Cathedral. Rev. Father ROBICHEAU of the Villa St. Joseph, officiated. She had been living at Villa St. Joseph since last summer. Surviving are five daughters: (Lillian) Mrs. Winston SCOVILLE, Yarmouth; (Leta) Mrs. Lew CROSBY, South Ohio; (Olive) Mrs. Wm. MEAKIN, Halifax; (Irene) Mrs. Karl NICKERSON, Yarmouth; (Frances) Mrs. Taft WALLACE, Yarmouth; six sons: Lawrence, Nelson, Yarmouth; Melbourne, Moncton; Douglas, Amherst; Leslie, Truro; Donald, Camp Borden, Ont.; and one brother, John ROBICHEAU; also 58 grandchildren, 78 great-grandchildren. The remains rested at Sweeny's Funeral Home until the funeral service.



1962 Boyd LeRoy Rice

died on Tuesday, August 21, 1962 Source: Halifax Chronicle Herald Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames CARTY, KEMPTON, RICE



Digby- Boyd LeRoy RICE, retired Bear River Millwright, died at Digby General Hospital on Sunday. Born at Lansdowne, Digby Co., 83 years ago, he was a son of the late Melbourne and Mary Elizabeth CARTY RICE. His wife, the former Susie KEMPTON of Maitland Bridge, predeceased him 20 years ago. He was engaged in lumber mill operations for the greater part of his life both in Bear River and with Miller Gordon Box Co., Carleton. He retired in 1951 and for the past nine years has resided at Barton with his daughter, Evelyn. He was a deacon of the Bear River Baptist Church and a valued member of the church choir for many years.



1963 Thomas Kennedy

died on Friday, January 4, 1963 Source: Halifax Chronicle Herald Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames HUBLEY, KENNEDY, SMITH



Digby -- Thomas KENNEDY, well-known Bear River Gardner died at the Digby General hospital. Born at Clementsport 83 years ago, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James KENNEDY. His wife, the former Nan -- Mary SMITH, predeceased him. Mr. KENNEDY was well-known superintendent of Mount Hope Cemetery, Bear River for over 40 years. He was a past Officer of friendship Lodge I. O. O. F., a member of the Bear River United Baptist Church. Surviving are two sons, Carl of Halifax, Leslie of Bear River, a brother Gordon in Boston and a sister Mrs. Eva SMITH of Maine. Funeral service was held on Wednesday from United Baptist Church, Bear River conducted by Rev. A. HUBLEY. Interment was in Mount Hope Cemetery.



1963 Edna Wright

died on Monday, April 1, 1963 Source: Halifax Chronicle Herald Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames ARMSWORTHY, BAIRD, BEELER, PATTERSON, SIBINS, WRIGHT



Digby -- Edna Earle, widow of Leslie M. BAIRD passed away at the Victoria General hospital on Saturday. Born at Virginia East, Annapolis County, 80 years ago, she was a daughter of the late David B. and Nettie BEELER WRIGHT. Her husband predeceased her two years ago. She was a member of the Clementsvale Baptist Church and served for many years as Church Treasurer. At the time of her death she was Treasurer of the Clementsvale Cemetery fund. She is survived by his son, Donald of Clementsvale; daughter Emma (Mrs. N. A. PATTERSON), Kentville; two brothers, Millage WRIGHT of Annapolis, and Eustance WRIGHT of Princedale; sister Daisy (Mrs. Harris SIBINS) Graywood, Annapolis County. The remains will rest at Jaynes Funeral Home, Digby until Tuesday when they will be taken to the Clementsvale Baptist Church for service at 2 p.m., Rev. W. ARMSWORTHY will conduct the service and interment will be at Clementsvale.






More About WILFRED BORDEN ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: April 16, 1899, Baptised . Methodist. Canso t, NS. Rev Arthur Hockin

More About GERTRUDE LILLIAN MACPHERSON:

Fact 1: 1946, Funeral : United Baptist Church, Belmont, NS. Rev. L R Carter


Children of WILFRED ARMSWORTHY and GERTRUDE MACPHERSON are:

56. i. HERMAN WILSON7 ARMSWORTHY, b. February 07, 1915, Belmont, NS.

ii. DOROTHY KATHERINE ARMSWORTHY, b. December 01, 1917, Belmont, NS; m. (1) DON SOY; m. (2) MARSHALL FARRELL.

Notes for DOROTHY KATHERINE ARMSWORTHY:

Lived in Charlottetown, PEI at one time.

57. iii. ROY FRANCIS ARMSWORTHY, b. August 02, 1922, Belmont, NS..

iv. AUDREY VIVIAN ARMSWORTHY, b. 1924, Halifax, NS.; d. 1929, Halifax, NS..

Notes for AUDREY VIVIAN ARMSWORTHY:

Killed by car-pedestrian accident in Halifax, NS.

58. v. VERA GRACE ARMSWORTHY, b. February 21, 1926, Belmont, NS.

59. vi. PAUL VINCENT ARMSWORTHY, b. November 14, 1928, Belmont, NS.

60. vii. GORDON WILFRED ARMSWORTHY, b. September 19, 1930, Belmont, NS.

61. viii. CARL FOSTER ARMSWORTHY, b. March 06, 1933, Belmont, NS.

62. ix. ROMONA EILEEN ARMSWORTHY, b. August 06, 1934, Belmont, NS.

63. x. SHEILA MAE ARMSWORTHY, b. October 05, 1936, Belmont, NS.

15. GEORGE6 MEEDES (MARY ANN5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1881. He married MINNIE KNOWLAN, daughter of JOHN KNOWLIN and ELIZA GREENCORN.


Children of GEORGE MEEDES and MINNIE KNOWLAN are:

64. i. EVELYN7 MEEDES, b. 1901.

ii. CLAYTON MEEDES, b. 1905.

16. ROY6 PENNY (FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1904. He married ELLA MAY HENDSBEE, daughter of ELIAS HENDSBEE and ELLEN HAYNES.


Children of ROY PENNY and ELLA HENDSBEE are:

i. GERALD7 PENNY, b. 1927.

65. ii. HELEN IRIS PENNY, b. 1928.

66. iii. CZEMY PENNY, b. 1929.

iv. ARNOLD PENNY, b. 1930.

67. v. THOMAS AINSLEY PENNY, b. 1935.

17. LEXIE6 ARMSWORTHY (FRANCES OLIVE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1906. She married BAKER RHYNOLD, son of FREDERICK RHYNOLD and LYDIA KNOWLAN.


Children of LEXIE ARMSWORTHY and BAKER RHYNOLD are:

i. BASIL7 RHYNOLD, b. 1924; Stepchild.

ii. EARL RHYNOLD, b. 1925; d. 1935.

68. iii. EARL RHYNOLD, b. 1928.

69. iv. BEATRICE LEONA RHYNOLD, b. 1931; d. 1957.

v. HAVELOCK FRED RHYNOLD, b. 1932; d. 1979.

70. vi. LEO ROY RHYNOLD, b. 1934.

vii. EVA JOAN RHYNOLD, b. 1936; m. ALFRED MACDONALD.

71. viii. LEONARD ARTHUR RHYNOLD, b. 1939.

72. ix. LYDIA E. PENNY RHYNOLD, b. 1943.

73. x. WAYNE VICTOR RHYNOLD, b. 1943.

18. LEILA6 PENNY (FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1909. She married JOSEPH GRANT, son of EDWARD GRANT and ESTHER GRANT.


Children of LEILA PENNY and JOSEPH GRANT are:

74. i. JEAN7 GRANT, b. 1931.

ii. CHARLES FRANK GRANT, b. 1935; d. 1987.

75. iii. BETTY GRANT, b. 1936.

76. iv. JOAN GRANT, b. 1937.

v. REGINALD GRANT, b. 1939; m. SONIA HOOPER.

vi. EDWARD GRANT, b. 1941.

vii. JOYCE GRANT, b. 1943; m. WILLIAM MITCHELL.

77. viii. CAROL DEBBIE GRANT, b. 1946.

ix. HERBERT GRANT, b. 1947.

78. x. BARRY GRANT, b. 1950.

79. xi. DONALD GRANT, b. 1933.

19. LEXIE6 CARR (ELSA MALINDA5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1). She married CHARLIE WEIR.


Child of LEXIE CARR and CHARLIE WEIR is:

80. i. ELSIE JEAN7 WEIR.

20. CARRIE6 ARMSWORTHY (JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born December 25, 1897. She married EDWARD ULOTH.

Notes for EDWARD ULOTH:

Residence: Lower Sackville, NS.


Children of CARRIE ARMSWORTHY and EDWARD ULOTH are:

i. NATHAN7 ULOTH, d. Bef. 2002.

81. ii. KATHLEEN ULOTH, b. Abt. 1917, Hazel Hill, NS.; d. December 05, 2002, Halifax, NS. Bur. Gate of Heaven Cem. Bedford, NS..

iii. LETTIE ULOTH, m. ----------- RICE.

iv. CLARENCE 'LARRY' ULOTH.

Notes for CLARENCE 'LARRY' ULOTH:

Residence: Bedford, NS.

v. ALICE ULOTH, d. Bef. 2002.

21. HAZEL ELSIE6 ARMSWORTHY (JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born December 05, 1900 in Phillips Harbour, NS.. She married GEORGE RICHARDS.


Children of HAZEL ARMSWORTHY and GEORGE RICHARDS are:

82. i. FREDERICK ROSS7 RICHARDS, b. Abt. 1920, Phillip's Harbour, NS.; d. February 25, 2005, Halifax, NS. Bur. Fairview Cem..

ii. EILEEN RICHARDS.

iii. KENNETH RICHARDS.

Notes for KENNETH RICHARDS:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

iv. WILLIAM RICHARDS.

Notes for WILLIAM RICHARDS:

Residence: Windsor, NS.

v. STANLEY RICHARDS.

Notes for STANLEY RICHARDS:

Residence: Bedford, NS.

vi. GEORGE RICHARDS.

Notes for GEORGE RICHARDS:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

vii. DONALD RICHARDS.

Notes for DONALD RICHARDS:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

viii. KENNETH RICHARDS.

22. WILLIAM HARVEY6 ARMSWORTHY (JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1901. He married SUSAN O'NEIL.

Notes for SUSAN O'NEIL:

Also listed as MacNeil in CA death index.


Children of WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY and SUSAN O'NEIL are:

i. WILLIAM H.7 ARMSWORTHY.

ii. JEAN BEULAH ARMSWORTHY, d. December 2000, New Minas, NS.; m. JAMES ROBERT CALNEN.

iii. GWENDOLYN ARMSWORTHY, d. Bef. 1995; m. ---------------------- THORNTON.

iv. DONNA ARMSWORTHY, m. GARNET KENT.

Notes for GARNET KENT:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

83. v. THOMAS ALFRED ARMSWORTHY, b. January 16, 1933, Halifax, NS.; d. November 01, 1995, Fresno, CA., USA..

23. LINDSAY ALFRED6 ARMSWORTHY (JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1904. He married EILEEN WELCHER.


Children of LINDSAY ARMSWORTHY and EILEEN WELCHER are:

84. i. JAMES ROSS7 ARMSWORTHY, b. Abt. 1934, Halifax, NS; d. February 07, 2004, Halifax, NS.

85. ii. KENNETH PATRICK ARMSWORTHY, b. Abt. 1937; d. June 08, 1996, Halifax, NS.

iii. JOSEPH ARMSWORTHY.

Notes for JOSEPH ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Toronto, NS.

iv. LINDA ARMSWORTHY, m. DAVID ARSENAULT.

Notes for LINDA ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Sackville, NS,

v. DIANNE ARMSWORTHY, m. ------------- WALSH.

Notes for DIANNE ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Toronto, ON.

vi. CAROLE ARMSWORTHY, m. DONALD PURCELL.

Notes for CAROLE ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Bedford, NS.

vii. PATRICIA ARMSWORTHY, m. HAROLD SLATE.

Notes for PATRICIA ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Sackville, NS.

24. BEULAH6 ARMSWORTHY (JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1908 in Philips Harbour, NS., and died August 31, 1992 in Halifax, NS. She married CHARLES HAMM.

Notes for BEULAH ARMSWORTHY:

ARMSWORTHY - HAMM, Beulah Margaret: Chronicle Herald/Mail Star,

September 2, 1992: Hamm, Beulah Margaret: 84, 7001 Leppert St., Halifax,

died August 31, 1992, in Victoria General Hospital. Born in Philips

(sic) Harbour, Guysborough County, she was a daughter of the late Ross

and Elizabeth (Rhynold) Armsworthy. She is survived by a son, Donald,

Five Islands, Colchester County; daughter, Joan (Mrs. Harry Worth),

Bedford; two brothers, Kenneth, Spencer, both of Halifax; sister, Violet

(Mrs. Wilfred Hendsbee), Mulgrave. She was predeceased by her husband,

Charles; daughter, Jean; several brothers and sisters. The body has been

cremated. Family will receive friends 7-9 p.m. today in T. K. Barnard

Funeral Home, Bedford. Funeral will be 2 p.m. Thursday in St. Philip's

Anglican Church, Halifax, Rev. Don Ruggles officiating. Burial will be

in St. John's Cemetery, Halifax. Donations may be made to St. Philip's

Church Building Fund or any charity.






Children of BEULAH ARMSWORTHY and CHARLES HAMM are:

i. JOAN7 HAMM, m. HARRY WORTH.

Notes for JOAN HAMM:

Residence: Bedford, NS.

ii. DONALD HAMM.

Notes for DONALD HAMM:

Residence: Five Islands, NS.

iii. JEAN HAMM, d. Bef. 1992.

25. VIOLET IRENE6 ARMSWORTHY (JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1911 in Philips Harbour, NS., and died April 07, 1994 in Mulgrave,NS.. She married WILFRED HENDSBEE.

Notes for VIOLET IRENE ARMSWORTHY:

ARMSWORTHY - HENDSBEE, Violet Irene: Chronicle Herald/Mail Star, April

7, 1994: Hendsbee, Violet Irene: 83, Mulgrave, formerly of Half Island

Cove, died April 5, 1994, in St. Martha's Regional Hospital, Antigonish.

Born in Phillip's Harbour, Guysborough County, she was a daughter of the

late Ross and Elizabeth (Rhynold) Armsworthy. She is survived by her

husband, Wilfred; three daughters, Mrs. Marlene Murray, Mulgrave; Mamie

(Mrs. Lawrence Hendsbee), Auld's Cove; Sadie (Mrs. Leo Hendsbee), St.

Catharines, Ont., three sons, Herman, Frankville; Tom, Calgary; Harold,

Tor Bay, Guysborough County; two brother, Kenneth, Spencer, both of

Halifax; 20 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased

by four sisters, Beulah, Lena, Hazel, Carrie; three brothers, Lindsay,

Albert, Bill; a grandson and granddaughter. Visitation will be 7-9 p.m.

tonight, 2-9 p.m. Friday in the Mulgrave and Area Resting Place. Funeral

will be 2 p.m. Saturday in Port Hawkesbury Baptist Church, Rev. Randy

Stanton officiating. Burial will take place at a later date in the

Southbrook Cemetery, Port Hawkesbury. Donations may (be) made to the

Canadian Cancer Society. Arrangements are under the direction of the

Dennis Haverstock Funeral Home, Port Hawkesbury. (Note: Brother,

Clarence wasn't mentioned in this obituary)


Children of VIOLET ARMSWORTHY and WILFRED HENDSBEE are:

i. MAMIE7 HENDSBEE, m. LAWRENCE HENDSBEE.

Notes for MAMIE HENDSBEE:

Residence: Auld's Cove, NS.

86. ii. SADIE HENDSBEE.

iii. THOMAS HENDSBEE, m. EDITH MYERS.

Notes for THOMAS HENDSBEE:

Residence: Calgary, NS.

87. iv. MARLENE HENDSBEE.

v. HAROLD HENDSBEE.

Notes for HAROLD HENDSBEE:

Residence: Tor Bay, NS.

vi. HERMAN HENDSBEE.

Notes for HERMAN HENDSBEE:

Residence: Frankville, NS.

26. SPENCER ALBERT6 ARMSWORTHY (JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1913 in Philips Harbour, NS, and died November 21, 2001 in Bur. Fairview Lawn Cem., Halifax, NS/. He married ERMA MITCHELL, daughter of JACOB MITCHELL and ADA WOURNELL.

Notes for SPENCER ALBERT ARMSWORTHY:

ARMSWORTHY, Spencer Albert - 88, Cherry Lane, Halifax, passed away November 2 1, 2001, in the New Halifax Infirmary, QEII. Born in Philips Harbour, Guysborough Co., he was a son of the late John Ross and Elizabeth (Rhynold) Armsworthy. He was a member of Enunanuel Anglican Church, Halifax and was one of Spryfield's oldest residents. Previous to

his retirement he was employed by Halifax National Harbour Board for over 40 years. He was a veteran of the Second World War, having served overseas with the Canadian Army in England, France, Holland, Belgium and Germany from 1939-45. He is survived by his wife, the former Irma Mitchell; son, Kenneth (Fay), Long Pond; daughters, Phyllis Westhaver, Fox Point, Lunenburg Co.; Jean (Stan) Redden, Maureen Micheau, both of Halffax; Beverley (Ken) MacDonald, Sudbury, Ont.; 16 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchdren. He was predeceased by son-in-law, Donald Micheau; great-grandson, Adam Coolen; grandsons, Joseph Allen Armsworthy and Brian Paul Micheau; brothers, Albert, Clarence, William, Lindsay and Kenneth; sisters, Carrie, Hazel, Lena, Beulah and Violet. The body is resting in J. Albert Walker Funeral Home, Halifax where visitation win be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today with funeral service 2 p.m. Saturday in the chapel, Rev. Karen Hunt officiating. Interment will take place in Fairview Lawn Cemetery, Halifax. Flowers gratefully accepted or donations to a charity of choice. Forever loved, forever missed, may you rest in peace.










Children of SPENCER ARMSWORTHY and ERMA MITCHELL are:

88. i. KENNETH MURRAY7 ARMSWORTHY, b. 1934.

89. ii. PHYLLIS ADA ARMSWORTHY, b. 1936.

90. iii. JEAN ELIZABETH ARMSWORTHY, b. 1938.

91. iv. MAUREEN CATHERINE ARMSWORTHY, b. 1939.

92. v. BEVERLEY ANN ARMSWORTHY, b. 1943.

27. KENNETH HAVELOCK6 ARMSWORTHY (JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1914 in Philips Harbour, NS., and died May 02, 1996 in Bur. Gates of Heaven Cem., Lwr Sackville, NS. He married LENA GILLIAN HENSBEE, daughter of ARTHUR HENSBEE and LAURA RICHARDSON.

Notes for KENNETH HAVELOCK ARMSWORTHY:

ARMSWORTHY, Kenneth Havelock: Chronicle Herald/Mail Star, May 3, 1996:

Armsworthy, Kenneth Havelock: 81, Glen Haven Manor, New Glasgow,

formerly of 6 Arnold Dr., Halifax, died May 2, 1996, in the manor. Born

at Philips (sic) Harbour, he was a son of the late Ross and Elizabeth

(Rhynold) Armsworthy. He had been employed as a labourer with Burns

Fisheries and later with Scotia Flour & Seed and was a crossing guard

for the City of Halifax. Surviving are son, William (Bud), Country

Harbour, Guysborough Co.; daughters, Lockena (Mrs. John Murphy), New

Glasgow; Elizabeth (Mrs. Francis MacDonald), Baileys Brook, Pictou Co.;

Vera Myers, Avondale, Pictou Co.; Loretta Lewis, Dartmouth; brother,

Spencer, Halifax; 16 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; life time

companion, Florence Drysdale. He was predeceased by brothers, Albert,

Clarence, William, Lindsay; sisters, Carrie, Hazel, Lena, Beula, Violet;

a grandson. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Saturday, 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Sunday in J.

Albert Walker Funeral Home, 149 Herring Cove Rd., Halifax. Funeral 10

a.m. Monday in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Halifax, Rev.

Francis Von-Enga officiating. Burial in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Lower

Sackville. In lieu of flowers, donations to IWK Grace Health Centre or

Canadian Cancer Society.





Notes for LENA GILLIAN HENSBEE:

Residence: Barney's River, NS.

Tuesday September 14, 2004, The Halifax Herald Limited:

CASTONGUAY, Lena Gillian - 73, Barney's River, Pictou Co., died Monday, September 13, 2004, in the New Halifax Infirmary, QEII, Halifax. Born in Half Island Cove, Guysborough Co., she was a daughter of the late Arthur and Laura May (Richardson) Hensbee. She had been employed as a cook at William's Brother's Mill prior to retirement. She enjoyed cooking, knitting, hockey, baseball, reading and watching A&E. Most of all, she loved her family. Surviving are daughters, Lockena (John) Murphy, Westville; Elizabeth (Frannie) MacDonald, Bailey's Brook; Vera Armsworthy, Avondale; Loretta Lewis, Alfreda (Douglas Jr.) O'Laney, Kenzieville; Marcell (Philip) Hall, Dartmouth; son, Alphonse Jr. (Kaaren), Merigomish; daughter-in-law, Jeanie Armsworthy, Dartmouth; sisters, Muriel Rhynold, Country Harbour; Jenny (Charles) MacPherson, Guysborough Intervale; Amy Gosbee, Riverton; Genesta (Wes) Mosher, Fox Island; Glenda Hensbee, Antigonish; Shirley (Ralph) Lawrence, Merigomish; brother, Whylie (Gloria) Hensbee, Country Harbour; 22 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; a great great-grandchild; many nieces, nephews. She was predeceased by her first husband, Kenneth Armsworthy; second husband, Alphonse "Phonsie" Castonguay; son, William "Bud"; grandson Joseph Elliot; two sisters in infancy. Visitation will be held 7-9 p.m. today and 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, in P. & K. MacDonald Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Thursday in French River Presbyterian Church, Rev. Gail Johnson officiating. Interment will be in Kenzieville Cemetery. Flowers gratefully accepted. Donations may be made in her memory to Canadian Diabetes Association or a charity of choice.


Children of KENNETH ARMSWORTHY and LENA HENSBEE are:

93. i. LOCKENA7 ARMSWORTHY, b. 1947.

94. ii. WILLIAM MANTHORNE ARMSWORTHY, b. 1948, Half Island Cove, NS.; d. November 01, 1999, Antigonish, NS..

95. iii. ELIZABETH 'FRANIE' ARMSWORTHY, b. 1951.

96. iv. VERA ARMSWORTHY, b. 1952.

97. v. LORETTA ARMSWORTHY, b. 1953.

vi. ALFREDA ARMSWORTHY, m. DOUGLAS O'LANEY, JR..

Notes for ALFREDA ARMSWORTHY:

Kenzieville, NS.

vii. MARCELL ARMSWORTHY, m. PAUL HALL.

Notes for MARCELL ARMSWORTHY:

Daretmouth, NS.

28. ALBERT JAMES6 ARMSWORTHY (JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born June 05, 1918 in Guysborough,NS, and died November 11, 2001 in Armview Estates Nursing Home, Halifax. Bur. Union Cem. Queensport, NS.. He married HELEN NICHOLAS, daughter of WILFRED NICHOLAS and LILLIAN JOLLIMORE.

Notes for ALBERT JAMES ARMSWORTHY:

ARMSWORTHY, Albert James - 83, Halifax, passed away

Sunday, November 11, 2001, in Armview Estates. He was

born in Guysborough County, June 5, 1918. He served

with the Royal Canadian Army Signal Corps during the

Second World War. For over 40 years after the war he

worked in the Halifax Shipyards. Surviving are his

wife, the former Helen Nicholas; sons, Kenneth,

Johnny, Stephen, all of Halifax; daughters, Diane

MacDonald, Barbara Munroe, both of Halifax; also his

chosen daughter, Barbara Bungay, Dartmouth; 11

grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. Funeral

arrangements to be announced at a later date.

Donations to Armview Estates Bus Trust Fund would be

appreciated.




Children of ALBERT ARMSWORTHY and HELEN NICHOLAS are:

98. i. KENNETH ALBERT7 ARMSWORTHY, b. 1942; d. September 19, 2003, Halifax, NS. Bur. Gate of Heaven Cem., Lwr Sackville, NS..

99. ii. JOHN W. ARMSWORTHY, b. 1947, Halifax, NS; d. February 07, 2004, Lower Sackville, NS..

iii. STEPHEN ARMSWORTHY, m. JANET ------------------.

Notes for STEPHEN ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

iv. DIANE ARMSWORTHY, m. REGINALD MACDONALD.

Notes for DIANE ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

v. BARBARA ARMSWORTHY, m. JOHN MUNROE.

Notes for BARBARA ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

vi. BARBARA BUNGAY.

Notes for BARBARA BUNGAY:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.



Generation No. 4


29. ARTHUR ELLSWORTH7 ARMSWORTHY (WILLIAM ALEXANDER6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born April 01, 1897 in Canso, NS., and died September 12, 1955 in Truro,NS. Bur. Belmont, NS. He married SADIE FLORENCE BRUNT.

Notes for ARTHUR ELLSWORTH ARMSWORTHY:

1901 census he was living in Canso (East) ,NS.

Farmer. Joined the CEF Army 106 th Battilon on Dec 24, 1915, # 715608.Later the 26th New Brunswick Battilon.Sailed from Halifax on the S.S.Empress of Britain, July 15 1916. Described as : 5' 8 3/4" tall, ruddy complexion , hazel eyes, brown hair and Weslyn religion; vaccination scar on left arm.Scar on left shoulder and palm of right hand.Discharged from army Mar.22, 1919 at Halifax, NS.

Military record: severly wounded at Vimy Ridge, April 9, 1917, rt.arm. Attended by 26th batt. Field Clearing Hospital . Moved to # 32 Hospital Wismereux S.W. on Apr.15 ,1917.

Transferred to military hospital , Hammersmith England April 23,1917 and discharged May 25,1917. Admitted to hospital at Bromely May 25,1917 and discharged May 30,1917.

Facial wound Apr.10,1918. Admitted #55 Gen hospital, Boulogne, France.

Wounded Oct.10,1918 in neck, left leg and thigh. Attended 26 th Field hospital.

Transferred to Military hospital at Northampton, England on Oct 12, 1918. Discharged Dec.3,1918. To Military Convalescent hospital Dec.4,1918 and discharged Dec.12,1918.

Fought at Ypres and the Somme, France.

Decorations: British War Medal and Victory Medal.



From Marion Feltmate's diary, 1940: "June 18: Sadie & kids went to church. I slept .[ Marion is staying at her cousin Arthur and Sadie Armsworthy's home near Truro -pf]".



More About ARTHUR ELLSWORTH ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: Funeral : Kennedy's Funeral Home Truro, NS. Rev's. C . Earl Gordon L.G. Marshall


Children of ARTHUR ARMSWORTHY and SADIE BRUNT are:

i. COVERT WILLIAM8 ARMSWORTHY, b. November 17, 1926, Belmont, NS; d. September 15, 1984, Snow Lake ,Manitobia; m. DOREEN WANNAMAKER.

Notes for COVERT WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY:

Pte. North Nova Scotia Highlanders.

ii. MRYTLE BERNICE ARMSWORTHY, b. June 05, 1927, Belmont, NS; m. ORLAND ROBLEE, June 05, 1947, Belmont, NS.

Notes for MRYTLE BERNICE ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Belmont,NS.

More About MRYTLE BERNICE ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: December 21, 1927, Baptised , Belmont United Church.

iii. DONALD ARTHUR ARMSWORTHY, b. November 06, 1928, Belmont, NS; d. March 05, 1998, Crowes Mills,NS. Bur. Belmont Cem. North, NS; m. IRENE LOUISE DUNLAP, December 20, 1967, Belmont, NS.

Notes for DONALD ARTHUR ARMSWORTHY:

Bible Hill, NS. United Church.

ARMSWORTHY, Donald Arthur: Chronicle Herald/Mail Star, March 7, 1998:

Armsworthy, Donald Arthur: 69, Crowes Mills, died March 5, 1998, at

home. Born in Belmont, he was a son of the late Arthur E. and Sadie

(Brunt) Armsworthy. He was a former employee of Allan Coupar Landscaping

and worked in the woods as a power saw operator. Surviving are his wife,

the former Irene Dunlap; daughter, Joann, Bible Hill; sons, Douglas,

Gregory, Belmont; Jean Currie, Five Islands; Marion (Mrs. Ernest

Orchard), Stroud, Ont.; Carol (Mrs. Gerry Huntley), Halifax; Patricia

(Mrs. Leon Burgess), Truro; brother, Russell, Crowe Mills; four

grandchildren. He was predeceased by sisters, Beulah, Muriel, Pauline,

Doreen Weirs; brothers, Roland, Douglas, Covert. Cremation has taken

place. No visitation by request. Private family memorial service will be

Sunday in Colchester Community Funeral Home, Truro, Rev. Janet Blois

officiating. Spring burial in Belmont Cemetery. In lieu of flowers,

donations to Colchester Regional Hospital Foundation, Canadian Cancer

Society or any charity.





More About DONALD ARTHUR ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: 1929, Baptised , Belmont United Church.

Cause of Death: Heart attack

iv. DOUGLAS EUGENE ARMSWORTHY, b. December 30, 1929, Belmont, NS; d. February 10, 1947, Bur. Belmont Cem. North , NS.

More About DOUGLAS EUGENE ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: 1930, Baptised , Belmont United Church.

Fact 2: February 12, 1947, Funeral: Rev. Davis. Wesley United Church, Belmont, NS.

v. DOREEN LUELLA ARMSWORTHY, b. May 27, 1931, Belmont, NS; d. July 1982; m. CARL WEIR.

Notes for DOREEN LUELLA ARMSWORTHY:

Lived in Truro, NS., Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA and Hamilton,ON.

Notes for CARL WEIR:

Carl Stewart Weir, 80, Sheet Harbour, for merly of T ruro, passed away on Friday, June 3, 2005 at the Duncan MacMillan Nursing Home, Sheet Harbour.

Born in Nine Mile River, he was a son of the late Brenton and Ruby Weir.

Carl is survived by daughters, Donna (John) Peters, Fort W ayne, Indiana; Linda Weir, Ba rrie, Ont.; son, Arthur (Darlene), Sioux Lookout, Ont.; six grandchildren; one great-grandchild; brothers, Frank (Myrna); Ross (Pat), both of Truro; sisters, Helen (Robert) Chute, Berwick; Treva Thompson, Lantz; several niece s and nephews.

He was predecea sed by his wife, the former Doreen Armsworthy; brothers, Charlie, Roy, Doug and Lawrence "Buddy;" sisters, Ada Withrow, Jessie Kitchen and Lorna Freeland Rath.

A gravesid e funeral service will be held today, June 6, at 4 p.m. in Watson Ce metery, Truro. Re v. Lloyd Burrows officiating. Interment to follow the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or t o a charity of choice.

Arrangements entrusted to Colc hester Community Funeral Home, T ruro.

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vi. JEAN THELMA ARMSWORTHY, b. July 18, 1932, Belmont, NS; m. FREDERICK BURTON CURRIE, December 23, 1951, Belmont, NS.

Notes for FREDERICK BURTON CURRIE:

Fred was a veternan of WW#2,serving overseas in Itlay and Western Europe. he was an electrician and worked at Phil Miller's in Truro,NS.

vii. MARION JOYCE ARMSWORTHY, b. September 28, 1933, Belmont, NS; m. (1) ERNEST ORCHARD; m. (2) JAMES LAURENCE SHEAHAN, March 16, 1959.

Notes for MARION JOYCE ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Stroud, ON.

viii. RUSSELL COLIN ARMSWORTHY, b. December 13, 1934, Belmont, NS; m. OLA JOHNSON.

ix. ROLAND FRANK ARMSWORTHY, b. February 1935, Belmont, NS; d. December 14, 1942, Bur. Belmont Cem. North , NS.

More About ROLAND FRANK ARMSWORTHY:

Cause of Death: Diptheria

x. PAULINE ANNETTE ARMSWORTHY, b. April 16, 1936, Belmont, NS; d. December 21, 1942, Bur. Belmont Cem. North , NS.

More About PAULINE ANNETTE ARMSWORTHY:

Cause of Death: Diptheria

xi. CAROL RUTH ARMSWORTHY, b. August 23, 1938, Belmont, NS; m. (1) GERALD HUNTLEY; m. (2) FREDERICK GRAHAM LOUGHEAD, August 03, United Church, Old Barns, NS..

Notes for CAROL RUTH ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS

xii. MURIEL EDITH ARMSWORTHY, b. October 23, 1939, Belmont, NS; d. December 06, 1942, Belmont, NS.

More About MURIEL EDITH ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: 1942, Funeral : Rev's Fraser & Carter, Wesley United Church, Belmont, NS. l

Cause of Death: Diptheria

xiii. BEULAH SHARRON ARMSWORTHY, b. November 30, 1940, Belmont, NS; d. December 02, 1940, Bur. Belmont Cem. North , NS.

xiv. PATRICIA VEE ARMSWORTHY, b. June 05, 1942, Belmont, NS; m. LEON GARFIELD BURGESS, October 04, 1958, Truro, NS.

Notes for PATRICIA VEE ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Truro,NS.

Notes for LEON GARFIELD BURGESS:

Transport driver and now Diesel Mechanic , Heavy Duty Trucks. Residence: Truro,NS.

30. THELMA JANE7 ARMSWORTHY (WILLIAM ALEXANDER6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born April 06, 1901 in Canso, NS., and died May 11, 1969 in Morristown, NJ.,USA. She married CHARLES HURD, son of ------------HURD and MARJORIE RUSHTON.

Notes for THELMA JANE ARMSWORTHY:

SSN 150-12-1463. A wonderful seamstress. Visited in NJ by her sister Essie Armsworthy Staples

abt 1947.

Notes for CHARLES HURD:

Moved to Morristown, NJ., USA IN 1927. Maintenance foreman for Whippany Paper Co for 20 years.


Children of THELMA ARMSWORTHY and CHARLES HURD are:

i. LELIA MRYTLE8 HURD, b. July 16, Belmont, NS.; d. Deceased, Morristown, NJ., USA.; m. WALTER P. WHELAN.

Notes for LELIA MRYTLE HURD:

Graduate of Morristown High School, NJ, USA.

Notes for WALTER P. WHELAN:

Graduated from Bayley High School, 1929. Employed by Fisher & Hughes.

ii. BEATRICE HURD, b. May 09, 1917, Belmont, NS.; d. January 14, 1990, Morristown ,NJ.,USA; m. VERNON NIXON.

Notes for BEATRICE HURD:

SSN-136-01-3536. Retired from Bell Telephone.

Notes for VERNON NIXON:

Bank executitive, Morris County Savings Bank. Republican Alderman, Morristown.

31. LELIA GILLIAN7 ARMSWORTHY (WILLIAM ALEXANDER6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born May 08, 1903 in Canso, NS., and died February 15, 1966 in Verdun, PQ.Bur. Mount Royal Cem.,Sec Mt Muray 117-L. She married JOHN WILLIAM THOMAS SPEARS.

Notes for LELIA GILLIAN ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Montreal. The author visited her on several occasions and on one occasion with my mother , her sister Essie.Remembered for her visits to Staples Brook. She had a wonderful personality , sense of humour and joie de vive. Moved to Montreal with sister Venie during WW#2 and worked in war armourments factories.

From Marion Feltmate's diary, 1947: Oct 7: Arrived Montreal 7 p.m. approx. Nice trip. Marjorie & Leila here. They & Venie & Bill met us [all Armsworthy relatives from Belmont, Nova Scotia, children of Marion's aunt Hannah (Feltmate) and William Armsworthy. "Venie" was Lavinia -pf]

Oct 8: Agatha [Munroe] left for Toronto. We went to both stations and Eaton's. Angelo here tonight. [The Navy boy who had been billetted with Marion's family in Whitehead -pf]

Oct 10, 1947: Venie & I to Angelos. Met Yolanda & mother. Left Montreal for Porquis tonight. [Porquis Junction near Timmins in northern Ontario was where Marion's brother Jamie and his family lived. -pf]





More About LELIA GILLIAN ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: Buried 17 Feb, 1966

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM THOMAS SPEARS:

Sgt overseas, WW#2, possibly with the Engineers.


Child of LELIA ARMSWORTHY and JOHN SPEARS is:

i. MARJORIE8 SPEARS, b. July 18, 1922, Truro, NS; d. November 06, 1983, VG Hospital. Montreal, Qc.; m. LEO DUROCHER, Monreal, Qc.

Notes for MARJORIE SPEARS:

Employed by the Victoria General Hospital in Montreal. Endowed with her mother's personality

she brought many happy moments to her friends and family. The author met her and boy friend Tony

Martel (Avis Car Rental) . Tony was a 'great guy'.

More About MARJORIE SPEARS:

Fact 1: Funeral : Chalmers United Church, Verdun, Qc. Rev Tees.l

32. COVERT WILLIAM7 ARMSWORTHY (WILLIAM ALEXANDER6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born January 25, 1904 in Canso, NS., and died October 31, 1973 in Regina , Saskatchewn. Bur. memorial Gardens.. He married ISBELLA FENDER December 02, 1925 in Alyesbury , Saskatchewn, daughter of WALTER FENDER and JEANNIE MAVER.

Notes for COVERT WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY:

Please see a letter written by his sister ESSIE ARMSWORTHY STAPLES in 1991 to his daughter Kathleen Armsworthy Warriner for an interesting account of early childhood.

His daughter Kathleen has written a well documented article on the life she shared with her parents in the 30's and 40's in rural Saskatchewan. I quote from it in part:

The first memories I have of my father are when we lived on a farm in Aylesbury,

Saskatchewan. They were happy times , and I have good memories from there. ( 1930)

--------My Dad was a compassionate person , and always took time to listen, although I 'm sure there were times in those 'dirty thirties' when he , himself found it difficult to find a silverlining in those dark clouds.

When my parents returned from Nova Scotia in 1930 , the owner of the General

Store ( L. Krivel) offered my Dad a job of caretaker on his farm. ----the good times were not to last long. Within a year Mr Krivel sold the farm , and our family of four moved into a small house in Aylesbury.

The depression years were desperate at times. My Dad accepted any kind of work that eas available ---cut ice for cold storage, shovelled coal from boxcars, helped at the blacksmith , tended the town windmill and even hooked rugs to sell. In 1931 he had to humble himself and ask his father for monetary assistance. The hopelessness and futility are evident in the letter which he wrote. He felt he was a failure in his father's yes when in fact , he was a victim of the times and circumstances.

My mother use to do washing and ironing for the local storekeeper and the station agent. One particular fall the community received a boxcar of apples, cheese, salted dreid codfish and canned herring from the Maritimes. My dad helped unload the car for our share of the food items.

In the summers he worked throught Saskatechewn and Alberta----neeedless to say he wasn't home much in the summer and early fall.

He was a good natured person when he was employed and things were going well. He had a good voice and loved to sing the old Wilf Carter songs or recite Robert Service poems. He was also a ' jokester' and delighted in playing tricks on people.

------by the end of the thirities , brother Lewis , my sister Maxine, and my brother Gerald , were part of the family. he had secured the job of taking the outgoing mail to the train and then bringing the incoming mail to the Post office. This he did twice a day for fifteen dollars a month.

-----when World War 2 was declared in 1939 , he was one of the first men in our area to enlist. he had no birth certificate , but at that time proof of age was not a prioroty. He always thought his year o fbirth was 1904, and it wasn,t until he turned 65 and had to provide proof for his pension that he discovered, from the family Bible that his birth year was 1903.

Dad joined the Royal Canadian Ordinance Corps in Regina , March 4th , 1940 as a Private and worked in the store room. His regimental number was L 9200.

--------he embarked from Halifax , Nova Scotia July 24th, 1940 and disembarked in Glasgow August 1st , 1940.

----in Borden, England he was badly injured in a motorcycle accident. In 1942 he was promoted to Sergeant , then to Staff Sergeant in 1943. he remained in England until he returned to Canada in September , 1945 and remained in service until September 1946.

------he and mother purchased a house in Regina . He worked with Western Tractor Inc until he retired in 1969. He worked hard at the shop , and was very well liked by everyone.

-----he died in October 1973 of an aneurysm and is buried in Regina.

GES.

More About COVERT WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: March 14, 1940, Enlisted in Canadian Army, Regina , Sask. Served in Canada and Britain.

Fact 2: September 28, 1946, Discharged from Army at Regina, Sask. as Staff Sergeant.

Fact 3: Defence Medal, Canadian Volunteer Service Medal w/ Clasp, War Medal 1939-1945

Fact 4: Service # L-9200

Fact 5: Funeral: Speers Funeral Chapel, Rev. Tingey.


Children of COVERT ARMSWORTHY and ISBELLA FENDER are:

i. SON8 ARMSWORTHY, b. 1926; d. 1926.

ii. KATHLEEN HANNAH ARMSWORTHY, b. July 12, 1927, Saskatoon, SK.; m. SAMUEL LESLIE WARRINER, June 07, 1947, Regina , Saskatchewn.

Notes for KATHLEEN HANNAH ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Claresholm, AB. Kathleen has a keen interest in the family tree and has assisted the author

in many ways in the production of this work.

iii. SON ARMSWORTHY, b. 1928; d. 1929, Nova Scotia.

iv. LEWIS WALTER ARMSWORTHY, b. July 05, 1930, Aylesbury , Saskatchewn; m. ERVA MAE LOWE, May 02, 1956, Cardson AB..

Notes for LEWIS WALTER ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Cardston, AB. Retired from Municipal Highway Department.

v. SON ARMSWORTHY.

vi. MAXINE PEARL ARMSWORTHY, b. January 06, 1933, Aylesbury , Saskatchewn; m. (1) LORNE STENSRUD, 1956; m. (2) JAMES SYRETT, October 02, 1971.

Notes for MAXINE PEARL ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Regina,SA.

vii. GERALD ARTHUR ARMSWORTHY, b. November 19, 1938, Regina, Sask.; m. IRMA ESTER BARNES, Regina , Saskatchewn.

Notes for GERALD ARTHUR ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Regina,SA. Gerry has been very active in his community , especially the Shriners.

Graduate of the University of Saskatchewn. Career in engineering and construction. Member of the Canadian Army Militia for sixteen years , attaining the rank of Major.

He has had a long and devoted career with the Masonic movement and was elected Potentate in 1998 of the Wa Wa Shrine Temple which has jurisdiction over the province of Saskatchewa.

Chairman Corps of Commissionaires, Regina, SK.

Hobby is sewing leather and making Scottish items such as sporans.

33. ESSIE SENTHILLIA7 ARMSWORTHY (WILLIAM ALEXANDER6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born September 10, 1911 in Belmont, NS, and died October 02, 1995 in Halifax VG Hospital, Halifax,NS. Bur. Belmont Cem., NS. She married WILLIAM DEFOREST STAPLES 1931 in United Church Manse, Onslow, NS., son of DAVID STAPLES and HENRIETTA BUCHANAN.

Notes for ESSIE SENTHILLIA ARMSWORTHY:

Born in Belmont, NS to William Alexander Armsworthy and Hannah Castella Felmate of Guysborough Co., NS. She grew up in the house behind Frank and Blanche ( Staples) Crowe , later occupied by Bush and Clara (Roblee) Beaver

and family. She attended Belmont School , Colchester County Academy in Truro, NS. Daily she walked the 4 miles return to the Belmont railway station to catch the train to Truro and the Academy. (The same Academy attended by her son Garth some 30 years later.)

During WW#1 she helped her mother tend the farm while her father and older brother, Arthur , were overseas serving with the Canadian Expeditionary Force.

She was a good student . In 1927 her mother died from a long illness with cancer and she left her beloved Academy to stay at home to look after her father and younger sister , Lavinia. As was the custom.

In 1931 she married William Staples and moved to Staples Brook where she raised a family of 3 sons.

She endured the accidental death of her nine year old son Eric Rowe in 1944, and even at the age of 84 she continued to feel pain and sorrow.

She was a Christian by the greatest of faith and was a tireless contributor to the United Church of Canada even though in later years she expressed grave concerns about its role in the Christain community. She , on many occasions, conducted services in the absence of the minister at Belmont Wesley United Church.

An organized person she frowned on mediocrity . A product of the Protestant work ethic she believed that if something was worth doing it was worth doing well.

Given the opportunities available to current youth , especially women, there would have been unlimited horizons.

She was a beautiful woman who , until her passing , loved nice clothes and was fastidious about her appearance.

She loved to read and to learn, as did her father and does her son. In later years she became a staunch supporter of the Progressive Conservative Party. Hon. Robert Stanfield was a trusted politician. This would have been of great concern to her grandparents, father and brother Arthur!

Her life was full of sacrifices for her family. I know . In her last years she found continuing fulfillment in church activities at First United Church , Truro. In fact at age 84 she held an elected post. During this time she renewed Academy friendships and created a host of new ones.

She will not be forgotten and her memory will find a special place in Belmont for years to come.

( Author's note: sister Thelma lived for a time in Crowe's Mills, possibly in the Ernie Otterson house which would explain why Thelma , Lelia and Covert went to Crowe's Mills School GES)

( Author's notes: In 1999 my cousin Kathleen Armsworthy Warriner of Alberta forwarded a copy of a letter my Mother wrote to her in 1991. This is a very intersting comentary by my Mother on her life as a young child during the 1st World War and her relationship with her family , especially her brother Covert. It reveals a thoughtfulness and a sense of humour , and an insight to the times. The following is unedited.--GES)

I am putting down a few things as I remember them concerning my brother Covert. First I must say we did not spend too many years together when growing up. There were seven or closer to eight years beween us in age, he was born in Canso Guysborough Co., NS on Nov. 17 , 1903. I was born in Belmont Sept. 10 , 1911. I would imagine Covert was about 11 or 12 yrs. of age when our parents left Canso and moved to a little country place called Belmont. Our nearest town was Truro about 10 or 12 miles distant.

I would be 3 yrs old and Covert would be 10 when the First World War broke out .

Our Dad and oldest brother, Arthur enlisted and went overseas, leaving our mother , two sisters, Thelma and Lelia and Covert and myself at home.

I remember how Covert being the only male in the house now wanted to protect and help care for us all especially me, guess it was because I was the baby. He use to get an old army cap on and a gun over his shoulder and parade up and down the yard letting on he was in the army too. I was to holler " halt" and stand at ease. He would go thru this every day , I am enclosing a picture of us in action. Covert went to Crowe's Mills School , he didn't like school but of course went.

He was a big help to our Mother during those years. As I remember we had a small vegetable garden. The years slipped by and our father and Arthur were fortunate to come home all in one piece. They both had been wounded, Arthur in France and Dad in England. He came home ahead of Arthur , still stayed in the Army in Halifax . When the War was over the Government offered to help the return men to find work or get established in something. Dad and Arthur decided to farm and applied to the Soldiers' Settlement Board for help. Covert would be about 15 or 16 possibly by now .

We moved to this farm in Lower Belmont , big farm, lots of acerage , big farm house, lots of hard work. Covert worked and helped on the farm for awhile , but the farm was of no interest to him as Dad and Arthur had bought it together. ( One can understand it)

During these years every fall there was an HArvest Excursion train went west , when men would go and help with the harvest, married men came home when finished but a lot of the younger men stayed out West and Covert was one that stayed. he and his buddies left Belmont together but i don,t know the year.

Covert was a very out going person , always singing and happy. He was very popular with the young people, had lots of girl friends.

We lived about 21/2 miles from the village where the store , school and churches were. Covert would walk up to the village for the evening with his friends. About 10 o'clock you would hear him coming down the road singing. He went to the Crowe's Mills School before we moved to the farm and I don't recall him ever going to the Belmont School of which I started in Grade 1 or 2.

Covert didn't write home very often , months and years went by . Our Mother would get very sad and wonder if he was alright. She past away in 1927 , age 48. Covert didn't come home to the funeral which was not uncommon in those years as travel wasn't like it is today. Quite a few years had past before Covert came

home , in meantime he got married and i had grown up in my early teens, going to high school in Truro.

He came home in the fall with his wife and baby and stayed with us all that winter as we had lots of room in that old farm house. In the meantime Arthur had got married too and they had a little boy.

I only remained the youngest in the family for about eight years when our sister Lavinia was born in Feb 15, 1919. I guess this all happened after Dad was in halifax and got home fairly often on the weekends . haha. So when Covert left for the West , Lavinia would be a baby.

Covert worked that firs twinter he was in NS in the lumber woods and when spring came they moved in a house by themselves. I don't know if it is safe to say he stayed in NS for a couple of years at least , but work was so scarce and I know he didn't find that it was to him . he had been away to long to come back and make an adjustment again. So he decided to go back West in the spring , wish I knew the date. He went first and got a job and a place to stay and sent for Bella and little Kathleen who was walking now and certainly captured a lot of attention and love . They settled in Aylesbury I think and started their life together seriousily.

That was the last time I saw Covert . he kept in touch with his family better now and as we always gave Bella the credit for that as she always wrote to some of us.

The years went by and the Second World War broke out and this time Covert didn't have to pretend he was in the Army. he was a man now ready to leave his family and enlist. When his train stopped at Truro Sta. on their way to Halifax to go overseas Dad and Lavinia were able to be at the Station to see him for a few minutes. I was married now and living in the country so I was unable to see him. I always regretted it, but by the time Dad heard heard about the troop train coming thru that day , there was no way I could make it ( we had no phone then).

But thanks always to his wife Bella who has always kept in touch with the family.

Sister Essie




More About ESSIE SENTHILLIA ARMSWORTHY:

Fact 1: Funeral: Mattatall Funeral Home, Truro, NS. Revs. Norton and Dalrymple

Cause of Death: Stroke

Medical Information: Heart condition.Cancer operation 1962.

Notes for WILLIAM DEFOREST STAPLES:

Born in Staples Brook, NS. Attended Upper Belmont (Staples Brook ) School . Worked in lumber woods with his father, primarily as a teamster. Farmer and lumberman at Staples Brook from 1931 to 1962. Sold farm and large dairy herd and moved to Belmont village. He worked for the NS Dept of Highways as an Assistant to the Surveyors.

Physically a small man he was a hard worker and his 5'6" frame belied his great stength.

He had a good sense for business and loved to make "deals"

He love dthe neighbourhood children who came to see him on a daily basis. He was Mr. Staples or "Billy" . They would wile away the time with both true and nonsensical stories. he often had a treat from mother's kitchen and was always

interested in how they were doing . He was his mother's son.

Like many Staples he was not a political activist but always managed to vote.

He was proud of his son's political activities.

Environmentally he was ahead of his time as a farmer. Crop rotation , contour plowing and soil preservation were second nature to him. Consequentially his land produced beyond what was expected and in the 1950's he was able to make a good living from it. his herd of cattle , inspired by his son , was a constant delight to him.

He will be remembered as a good steward of the land.

More About WILLIAM DEFOREST STAPLES:

Fact 1: 1914-1915, School register , Staples Brook. Ella Elizabeth Rankin teacher.

Fact 2: 1915-1916, School register, Staples Brook. Laura Graham, teacher.

Fact 3: 1921, School register, Staples Brook.

Cause of Death: Stroke.

Medical Information: Engina


Children of ESSIE ARMSWORTHY and WILLIAM STAPLES are:

i. REGINALD EUGENE8 STAPLES, b. January 04, 1932, Staples Brook,NS; m. FRANCES ELAINE WINFIELD, August 1957, Hamilton, ON.

Notes for REGINALD EUGENE STAPLES:

Worked at Brookfield Creamery in late 1940's before moving to Hamilton ON where he still resides.

Employed by Home Outfitting Co and Hamilton Board of Education.

More About REGINALD EUGENE STAPLES:

Medical Information: Quad bi-pass in 1990's

Notes for FRANCES ELAINE WINFIELD:

RN grad from Bellville Hospital School of Nursing. Attended Uof Toronto. Nursing Supervisor

at St Joseph's Hospital, Hamilton, ON.

ii. ERIC ROWE STAPLES, b. August 06, 1935, Staples Brook,NS; d. August 04, 1944, Staples Brook,NS.

Notes for ERIC ROWE STAPLES:

Died as the result of an explosion from a Military mortar bomb at his residence in Staples Brook, NS.

iii. GARTH ELROY STAPLES, b. November 20, 1940, Staples Brook, NS; m. HEATHER ANN STEWART.

Notes for GARTH ELROY STAPLES:

Graduate of Hamilton Teachers' College, Hamilton, ON. Taught school in Hamilton until 1964. Joined International Harvester in 1965 and worked in management positions throughout the Maritimes .

Deputy Minister of Tourism and also Deputy Minister of Industry from 1979 to 1986, Government of PEI.


President of Staples Quality Travel (PEI and NS) 1986 to 1994. Retired in 1995 to operate Staples Quality Tours from 1995 to 1998.

Retired again to teach part time at the Atlantic Tourism and Hospitality Institute in Charlottetown.

Appointed to the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency by Prime Minister Brian

Mulroney 1988-1993.

Lieutenant , Canadian Army. Former President, United Services Officers Club , Chairman Board of Trustees.

Former member of hospital boards in Truro, NS, and PEI.

Former Councillor , Municipality of Colchester County , NS.

Candidate for Member of Parliament in 1993.

Presbyterian.

Notes for HEATHER ANN STEWART:

Registered Nurse. Born in Pictou, NS. RN graduate from the PEI Hospital School of Nursing, 1970. Day supervisor at Garden Home, acute care, for seniors.

Retired in 1999.

34. LAVINIA AINSLIE7 ARMSWORTHY (WILLIAM ALEXANDER6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born February 15, 1919 in Belmont, NS. She married WILLIAM SMITH October 11, 1940 in Parrsonage, First Baptist Church, Halifax, NS, son of JAMES SMITH and THERESA MURPHY.

Notes for LAVINIA AINSLIE ARMSWORTHY:

Married before WW# II and lived in Barrie,ON. When Bill went overseas in 1943 she moved to Montreal to be with her sister, Lelia and neice Marjorie Spears.

She worked during the war in munitions factory.



From Marion Feltmate's diary, 1940: " Oct 11: Leslie's [Duncan] birthday. Venie married. [Lavinia Ainsley Armsworthy of Belmont, NS, daughter of William Armsworthy and Hannah Costella (Feltmate) married William Smith in Halifax. -pf]."

1947:Oct 7: Arrived Montreal 7 p.m. approx. Nice trip. Marjorie & Leila here. They & Venie & Bill met us [all Armsworthy relatives from Belmont, Nova Scotia, children of Marion's aunt Hannah (Feltmate) and William Armsworthy. "Venie" was Lavinia -pf]



Notes for WILLIAM SMITH:

Graduate of Normal College , Truro,NS. Joined Army WW#2 ,Aug. 5 ,1940, Halifax Rifles, and served in Western Europe with the Canadian Grenedier Guards , a tank regiment, where he was a Sergeant. Overseas in 1943.

After the war he and family lived in Chateauguay Qc. He was an accounting clerk.

More About WILLIAM SMITH:

Cause of Death: Stroke

Medical Information: Heart condition.


Child of LAVINIA ARMSWORTHY and WILLIAM SMITH is:

i. WAYNE8 SMITH, b. January 10, 1956.

Notes for WAYNE SMITH:

Pianist, Montreal, Qc.

35. MARJORIE ELLEN7 ARMSWORTHY (WILLIAM ALEXANDER6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born November 13, 1932 in Truro, NS. She married PERCY LEO HARPELL August 14, 1954.


Children of MARJORIE ARMSWORTHY and PERCY HARPELL are:

i. EDWARD WILLIAM8 HARPELL, b. December 26, 1955; m. JUDITH DARLENE BUTLER, October 09, 1978.

ii. SUSAN HARPELL, b. April 09, 1960, Urbania, NS; m. DAVID JOSEPH WILLIAM IRWIN, June 09, 1998.

Notes for DAVID JOSEPH WILLIAM IRWIN:

Residence: Urbania, NS.

iii. LINDA HARPELL, b. February 17, 1962.

iv. STEPHEN MICHAEL HARPELL, b. September 17, 1963; m. MARIE JAMIEL TOULANY, August 11, 1990, Kingdom Hall of Jevoah Witness Dartmouth,NS.

v. DONALD HARPELL, b. July 09, 1965; m. PAULA DARLENE HARVEY.

vi. JONATHAN HARPELL, b. September 08, 1970.

Notes for JONATHAN HARPELL:

Musican on board cruise ship with Royal Carribean Lines.

36. JAMES R.7 ARMSWORTHY (WILLIAM ALEXANDER6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born September 15, 1935 in Truro, NS, and died August 1998 in Thunder Bay,ON.. He married MARION NICHOLSON.

Notes for JAMES R. ARMSWORTHY:

Adopted .Served with Canadian Armed Forces, # SF 21913.


Children of JAMES ARMSWORTHY and MARION NICHOLSON are:

i. RUSSELL DONALD8 ARMSWORTHY, b. September 12, 1960.

ii. BRENDA ARMSWORTHY, b. April 08, 1962; m. DAVID GOODIE, 1984.

iii. BONNIE SUSAN ARMSWORTHY, b. October 31, 1965; m. SCOTT SKIRVING.

37. DOROTHY ROSS7 GREENE (MARY JANE6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born May 31. She married GORDON BROWN.

Notes for DOROTHY ROSS GREENE:

Residence: Halifax, NS.


Children of DOROTHY GREENE and GORDON BROWN are:

i. KENNETH8 BROWN.

ii. DOREEN BROWN, m. CECIL CHERRY.

iii. ELIZABETH 'BETTY' BROWN, m. DALE MACPHERSON.

iv. GORDON BROWN, m. HEATHER------------.

v. DOUGLAS BROWN.

38. HAROLD WILLIAM7 GRENCON (MARY JANE6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born April 12, 1897 in Canso , NS, and died June 01, 1957 in Halifax, NS. Bur. Gate of Heaven Cem. Lw Sackville, NS.. He married EILEEN LOUISE LIVINGSTON.

Notes for HAROLD WILLIAM GRENCON:

1901 census listed as Greencorn.

Commerical Traveller. Presbyterian. WW#1, joined Dec 1916, 85th Battalion, Nova Scotia Highlanders. 5' 8 1/2". 144 lbs. Scar on left elbow. Ser.#'s 90119 and 223445.

There were 2 sets of attestation papers showing for WW#1 enlistment one as above and :

Birthdate changed to 1895; enlistment 20th March, 1915, Fredericton; 5'10"; 10th Brigade, CEF.

Perhaps he changed his birthdate for enlistment reasons #223445



I do have information because you know me by now...I am persistent. I do know Harold went to Mattatall Funeral Home from the Halifax County Home.He died June 29 1957 buried July 3 1957 at Gate of Heaven Cemetery.The funeral cost $245.00. my father and his brother paid for the funeral. Mother - Mary Armsworthy father - David Greenson. That must have been the first time David used that name. My father knows that for sure. Contact names John Hugh Greenson and his brother Roy. It even lists my fathers address in Toronto, the address is the house I was born in as Maryanne Greenson. Just thought I would throw that name in again. I spoke with Tim at the funeral home, easy person to talk to.


Maryanne

Granddaughter


Children of HAROLD GRENCON and EILEEN LIVINGSTON are:

i. JOHN HUGH8 GREENSON, b. July 1927, Springhill, NS; m. (1) BEATRICE VASSEL; m. (2) AUREA MONTANS.

ii. ROY ALEXANDER GREENSON, b. 1929, Boston, MA., USA; m. BARBARA ------------------.

Notes for ROY ALEXANDER GREENSON:

Residence: Ottawa, ON.

39. LLOYD GEORGE7 GREEN (MARY JANE6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born September 29, 1916 in Belmont, NS., and died March 19, 1980 in VG Hospital, Halifax, NS. Bur. Pine Grove Cem. Stewiacke, NS.. He married (1) ETHEL HENRY. He married (2) EVELYN MILLS December 02, 1939.

Notes for LLOYD GEORGE GREEN:

Veteran of WW#2. Captain with the North Nova Scotia Highlanders. Can Loan Officer with British Army.

Member AF and AM Lodge (Burns, Halifax), Stairs Memorial United Church. Lived in Stewiacke and Halifax, NS. Divisional Produce Mgr with Dominion Stores. Retired 1976.

More About LLOYD GEORGE GREEN:

Fact 1: Funeral : Stairs United Church, Halifax. Rev. Vincent Ihasz


Children of LLOYD GREEN and EVELYN MILLS are:

i. PATRICIA8 GREENE, m. JAMES M. COLTER.

Notes for PATRICIA GREENE:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

ii. MARLENE GREENE, m. DAVID W. CAMPBELL.

Notes for MARLENE GREENE:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS. Employed by Sears in Adm. office.

iii. LEAH GREENE, m. DONALD TRYDER.

Notes for LEAH GREENE:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

iv. ELLEN GREENE, m. WERNER POHLEMAN.

Notes for ELLEN GREENE:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

v. KAREN GREENE, m. ERIC KING.

vi. LLOYD GREENE, m. KIM EHLER.

Notes for LLOYD GREENE:

Residence: Moncton, NB

40. ALBERTA (BERTIE)7 GREENE (MARY JANE6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born October 21, 1918 in Belmont, NS.. She married ROBERT ELMO CULLEN 1940, son of WILLIAM CULLEN.

Notes for ALBERTA (BERTIE) GREENE:

Residence: Dartmouth Seniors Apt off Windmill Rd--opposite RC Church.



Notes for ROBERT ELMO CULLEN:

Employed by Imperial Oil at Imperoyal (Dartmouth)NS


Children of ALBERTA GREENE and ROBERT CULLEN are:

i. DONNA8 CULLEN, b. March 09, 1941, Halifax, NS.; m. ROBIE ROSS, November 1960, Halifax, NS..

Notes for ROBIE ROSS:

Member of Royal Canadian Navy.

ii. ROBERT CULLEN, b. February 09, 1942, Halifax, NS.; d. 1993, Dartmouth, NS; m. CLAUDIA CAMERON, August 1962, Dartmouth, NS.

Notes for ROBERT CULLEN:

Member of Dartmouth Police Force.

iii. DALE R. CULLEN, b. October 10, 1956, Halifax, NS.; m. JUDITH GREENE, September 1980, Dartmouth, NS.

Notes for DALE R. CULLEN:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS. . Employed by Whirlpool Corp.

iv. INFANT CULLEN.

v. INFANT CULLEN.

41. HARRY LESLIE7 ARMSWORTHY (MELINDA CATHERINE 'CASSIE'6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1901 in Philips Harbour, NS., and died August 10, 1985 in Bur. St. Vincent de Paul Cem., Queensport, NS.. He married MARY JOSEPHINE JAMIESON, daughter of JOSEPH JAMIESON and CATHERINE CARTER.

Notes for HARRY LESLIE ARMSWORTHY:

Canso Breeze Newspaper: Phillips Harbour- Oct 1922-Harry Armsworthy is home from Gloucester MA. where he is engaged in a vessel.

Marion Feltmate's diary , 1942: Jun 11: Harry Armsworthy in store with Albert wearing sailor suit.

1943: Dec 3: Angelo called here and I went to Agatha's with him. Rae Armsworthy and a Charlie George there. Harry Armsworthy called or Tony would have been late for duty.





WW#2 , RCNVR, Ser A

Notes for MARY JOSEPHINE JAMIESON:

Member of St Vincent de Paul Church, Queensport, NS.


Children of HARRY ARMSWORTHY and MARY JAMIESON are:

i. RAYMOND ELLIOTT8 ARMSWORTHY, b. 1929; m. MARGARET CATHERINE GEORGE.

Notes for RAYMOND ELLIOTT ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: New Waterford, NS. Was employed in the construction industry.

Canso Breeze, June 16, 1944--Ray Armsworthy home from Queensport

for the weekend.

Marion Feltmate's diary, 1944:

Dec 3: Angelo called here and I went to Agatha's with him. Rae Armsworthy and a Charlie George there. Harry Armsworthy called or Tony would have been late for duty.

1949:

Mar 7: Carroll to the show. all the youngsters have the mumps. Mama helped Ina on her mat. I was to Lizzie's today. Ray Armsworthy is visiting Bernie.





ii. DOROTHY CATHERINE ARMSWORTHY, b. 1934; m. GARLAND BOND.

Notes for DOROTHY CATHERINE ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Philip's Harbour, Guys Co., NS.

iii. ANNIE ARMSWORTHY, b. 1936; m. JOHN A. CALDER.

Notes for ANNIE ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Employed by Canada Post in St Peter's , NS.

iv. EILEEN ARMSWORTHY, b. 1937; m. HOWARD M. GEORGE.

Notes for HOWARD M. GEORGE:

Residence: Philip's Harbour, NS.

v. RUTH ARMSWORTHY, b. 1939; m. ARNOLD MEEDS.

Notes for RUTH ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

42. JAMES FREDERICK7 DOHERTY (MARTHA OLIVIA6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) died Deceased. He married ERESTINE ETTA GREENOUGH.


Children of JAMES DOHERTY and ERESTINE GREENOUGH are:

i. LILLIAN HARRIETT8 DOHERTY, m. RONALD MELVIN COOLEY.

ii. ELIZABETH MAY DOHERTY, m. HAROLD LEONARD CHARLES PYKE.

iii. ARTHUR COVERT DOHERTY, m. KAREN ------------------.

iv. MARTHA ANNE DOHERTY.

v. OLIVE MAXINE DOHERTY, m. (1) MELVYN EDWARD LLEWELLYN; m. (2) JACQUES FERDINAND POIRIER.

43. CHARLES ALEXANDER7 DOHERTY (MARTHA OLIVIA6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) died Deceased. He married ALICE ------------------.

Notes for CHARLES ALEXANDER DOHERTY:

Twin. Died in Western Canada, Winnipeg?


Children of CHARLES DOHERTY and ALICE ------------------ are:

i. REGINALD8 DOHERTY.

ii. PATSY DOHERTY, Adopted child.

Notes for PATSY DOHERTY:

Married in Florida.

44. DOUGLAS REUBIN7 DOHERTY (MARTHA OLIVIA6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) died 1983. He married NORAH FORD TORJUSEN.

Notes for DOUGLAS REUBIN DOHERTY:

Twin brother died in infancy.


Children of DOUGLAS DOHERTY and NORAH TORJUSEN are:

i. GLORIA JEAN8 DOHERTY, m. (1) KENNETH NAUGLE; m. (2) ALBERT CHAISSON.

ii. VICTORIA MARGARET DOHERTY, m. (1) CHARLES DUNN HILL; m. (2) KEITH WELTON MYERS.

iii. SHIRLEY SUSAN DOHERTY.

iv. STANLEY DOUGLAS DOHERTY, m. BRENDA ANN WRIGHT.

v. THOMAS EDWARD DOHERTY, m. KAREN ELAINE CROMWELL.

Notes for THOMAS EDWARD DOHERTY:

Residence: Bathurst, NB.

vi. KENNETH MICHAEL DOHERTY.

vii. EILEEN DOHERTY, m. ALAN SLAUNWHITE.

45. HAROLD ST. CLAIR7 DOHERTY (MARTHA OLIVIA6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) died 1999. He married IRENE GREENOUGH.


Children of HAROLD DOHERTY and IRENE GREENOUGH are:

i. GERTRUDE JEAN8 DOHERTY, m. RIBERT FRANCIS ERTLE.

ii. MAX HAROLD STANLEY BURKE DOHERTY, d. 1987; m. THELMA MARIE TRESIA PETERSON.

iii. MARTHA CAROLE DOHERTY, m. MURRAY ADELBERT ELLIOTT.

iv. EDWARD ST CLAIR DOHERTY, b. Imperoyale, NS; m. MARION MOORE.

v. FREDERICK CHARLES DOHERTY, m. JEAN MARY MARGARET BELLEFONTAINE.

vi. PATRICK JAMES DOHERTY, d. 1966, Ontario.

Notes for PATRICK JAMES DOHERTY:

Died from drowning.

vii. MARY ILEEN DOHERTY, m. ARTHUR STANLEY BODDY.

viii. LOUISE ANN DOHERTY.

46. HELEN MARIE7 DOHERTY (MARTHA OLIVIA6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born October 21 in Dartmouth,NS., and died March 2000 in Morell, PEI.. She married MAURICE BROWN.

Notes for HELEN MARIE DOHERTY:

Residence: Seniors Home, Morel PEI

Notes for MAURICE BROWN:

Residence: Apartment across from Morell rink, PEI.

The Charlottetown Guardian-25 May, 2005.

Peacefully and surrounded by his family at the Kings County Memorial

Hospital, Montague, on Sunday, May 22, 2005, of Maurice Brown, formerly of Dingwells Mills, age 87 years. Husband of the late Helen Brown (nee Doherty). Father of Thelma (Wayne) Johnston, Betty (Kenny) MacPhee and Laura Acorn. Sadly missed by 12 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Resting at the Dingwell Funeral Home, Souris, for visiting hours on Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 pm and Wednesday morning from 9 a.m. until time of funeral. Funeral to be held from St. Mary's Church, Souris, with funeral mass to be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Interment in the Bay Fortune United Church Cemetery. If so desired, donations to the Colville Manor would be

appreciated. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion are requested to meet at the funeral home Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. for a legion service. Online condolences may be made at http://www.dingwellfh.ca - 05/25/05


Children of HELEN DOHERTY and MAURICE BROWN are:

i. THELMA8 BROWN, b. Peterborough, ON; m. WAYNE JOHNSTON.

Notes for THELMA BROWN:

Resience: Cardigan, PEI. Manager Vital Statistics, PEI Govt. Montague, PEI.

ii. LAURA BROWN, b. Fortune, PEI; m. WADE ACORN.

Notes for LAURA BROWN:

Residence : Montague, PEI. Seamstress.

iii. ELIZABETH BROWN, b. Fortune, PEI; m. KENNETH MACPHEE.

Notes for ELIZABETH BROWN:

Four sons. Employed by NB Workers Compensation Board.

Notes for KENNETH MACPHEE:

RCMP officer in Fredericton, NB.

47. LAURA MAY7 DOHERTY (MARTHA OLIVIA6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born June 30, 1903 in Eastern Passage, Halifax Co., NS ., and died Aft. 1993 in Dartmouth, NS. She married ARTHUR WILLIAM HUMPHREYS Abt. 1918 in St Stephen's Anglican Church, Toronto, ON..

Notes for LAURA MAY DOHERTY:

Notes for LAURA MAY DOliERTY:

Residence: 1983--578 Pleasant St., Dartmouth, NS. B2W 4L9

Bom in Eastern Passage NS, she weighed 3 1/2 lbs and assisted by her grandimther Lydia Hines Doherty was kept alive. After grade eight at Wellington School she worked at the Sugar Plant in Woodside and studied telegraphy in Halifax. She worked in a telegraph office in Montreal where she met her future husband. They were married in Toronto.

She was baptised , as an infant, in St Peter's Church, Eastern Passage by Rector, The Rev. E Roy.

Laura May was Confirmed in St Albans Church in the 1930's by Archbishop Worrell and contributed greatlv to church programmes including the Choir for forty two years.

According to her Funeral Service Programme she, "like her Methodist mother before her, a church woman of some standing, yet never a fanatic".

The programme also suggests, " in a mild way she was a mystic and periodically had glimpses into the world beyond this one , the one she has every hope of entering".

She was also treasurer of the Woodside Home and School Association for 15 years.

On June 30, 1983 , her 80th birthday, St Alban's Church presented her with a Birthday Eucharist.







Notes for ARTHUR WILLIAM HUMPHREYS:

Residence: Imperoyal/Dartmouth, NSA soldier of WW#2. Employed by Oil refinery at Imperoyal, Dartmouth, NS. Retired in 1940. Worked at Trinidad Leaseholds Ltd

in Point-au-Pierre, Trinidad and retired froom there in 1960's.


Children of LAURA DOHERTY and ARTHUR HUMPHREYS are:

i. CATHERINE8 HUMPHREYS, m. --------------- ARMSWORTHY.

Notes for CATHERINE HUMPHREYS:

Some confusion as to if Catherine was known as Cass .

ii. REGINALD DUNCAN HUMPHREYS, b. November 29, 1920, Toronto, ON; m. (1) PHYLLIS JOYCE GARDNER; m. (2) LINDA ------------------.

Notes for REGINALD DUNCAN HUMPHREYS:

Residence: Edmonton, AB

iii. ROBERT EDGAR HUMPHREYS, b. July 01, 1922, Halifax, NS; m. ANN URIE PRINGLE.

Notes for ROBERT EDGAR HUMPHREYS:

Lived at Imperoyal, NS. Residence: Simcoe, ON

iv. JAMES DOUGLAS HUMPHREYS, b. March 06, 1923, Windsor, ON; d. January 12, 1997.

Notes for JAMES DOUGLAS HUMPHREYS:

Bachelor. School Teacher. Studied with Anglican Church.

More About JAMES DOUGLAS HUMPHREYS:

Cause of Death: Stroke

v. GRACE AGNES HUMPHREYS, b. October 22, 1925, Detroit, MI., USA.; m. LEROY ALFRED MYERS, May 24, 1951.

vi. CHARLES LINDBERG HUMPHREYS, b. June 09, 1927, Detroit, MI., USA.; d. Infant.

vii. LOLA ARELENE HUMPHREYS, b. September 26, 1928, Darmouth, NS.; m. ROBERT GEORGE CAIN.

viii. LAURA MAY HUMPHREYS, b. November 01, 1933, Darmouth, NS.; m. ALEXANDER BERTRAM FRASER.

Notes for LAURA MAY HUMPHREYS:

Lived in Guys. Co.,NS . Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

Notes for ALEXANDER BERTRAM FRASER:

Notes for ALEXANDER BERTRAM,SANDY, FRASER:

Friday, May 3, 2002 The Halifax Herald Limited

FRASER, Alexander Burton "Sandy"

FRASER, Alexander Burton "Sandy" - 70, Dartmouth, passed away April 29, 2002, in QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax. Born in Yarmouth, he was a son of the late Alexander James and Melda Faye (Pugh) Fraser. He worked for Revenue Canada, Customs and Excises for a number of years. He retired from Doane Raymond in 199 1. He loved to walk, garden, listen to classical music and was an avid stamp collector. He was a loving husband, devoted dad and very devoted papa. Surviving are his wife, the former Laura May Humphreys; daughter, Carol (Ron) MacDonald, Dartmouth; son, Bruce (Heike), Germany; brother, Dr. Murray Fraser, Sydney, Australia; grandchildren, Troy (Elena), Scott (Lisa), Veronica (Derrick), Erin and JiUian; great-grandcbild, Eric. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held I p.m. Saturday, May 4, in Atlantic Funeral Horne, 771 Main St., Dartmouth, Rev. Kirby Walsh officiating. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to the Foster Parents Plan or Metro Food Bank. We love you Sandy/Dad/PaPa.



ix. ARTHUR WILLIAM HUMPHREYS, b. February 25, 1939; m. LAVONNA FERNE TOTTEN.

x. KATHLEEN JESSIE WINNIFRED HUMPHREYS, b. April 25, 1942, Darmouth, NS.; m. (1) CLARK LEE PRENDGAST; m. (2) JOHN FUCHS.

48. AUGUSTINE PATRICK7 MCCARTHY (MAUD MAY6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1).

Notes for AUGUSTINE PATRICK MCCARTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.


Child of AUGUSTINE PATRICK MCCARTHY is:

i. MICHAEL8 MCCARTHY.

Notes for MICHAEL MCCARTHY:

Residence: Ottawa, ON.

49. PATRICIA7 BIGSBY (LILLIAN EMILY6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1). She married FRED CAUDLE.

Notes for FRED CAUDLE:

RCMP officer to retirement at Halifax International Airport. Trained with his daughter at Regina. Leader in the Boy Scout movement.


Child of PATRICIA BIGSBY and FRED CAUDLE is:

i. DAUGHTER8 CAUDLE.

Notes for DAUGHTER CAUDLE:

Officer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Trained with her father at Regina.

50. ROY7 BIGSBY (LILLIAN EMILY6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born March 23, and died in Truro, NS. He married WINNIFRED LOGAN.


Children of ROY BIGSBY and WINNIFRED LOGAN are:

i. AUSTIN8 BIGSBY, b. Belmont, NS.

Notes for AUSTIN BIGSBY:

In high school w/author at Colchester County Academy, Truro, NS. School teacher. BC. Married w/issue.

Played in a dance band .

ii. DIANE BIGSBY, m. FRANK MACDONALD.

Notes for DIANE BIGSBY:

Divorced.

iii. JILL BIGSBY.

51. EVA BLANCHE7 BIGSBY (LILLIAN EMILY6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born December 05, and died May 1970 in Truro, NS.. She married ROY JOHNSON.


Children of EVA BIGSBY and ROY JOHNSON are:

i. WILLIAM D8 JOHNSON, b. Truro, NS.; m. SANDRA FALL.

Notes for WILLIAM D JOHNSON:

Retired from Colchester Regional Hospital, Truro, NS.

ii. CAROLYN JOHNSON, b. Truro, NS; m. --------------- MOORE.

Notes for CAROLYN JOHNSON:

Registered Nurse. Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

iii. DAVID JOHNSON, b. Truro, NS.

52. GRACE L.7 BIGSBY (LILLIAN EMILY6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born December 05. She married WILLIAM STURBY.

Notes for GRACE L. BIGSBY:

Residence: Richmoind, BC.


Child of GRACE BIGSBY and WILLIAM STURBY is:

i. MARLIN8 STURBY.

53. EDITH MYRTLE7 BIGSBY (LILLIAN EMILY6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born March 13, 1905 in Canso ,NS, and died August 15, 1997 in Belmont, NS. Bur. Belmont Presbyterian Cem. North, NS. She married ALTON BROWN.

Notes for EDITH MYRTLE BIGSBY:

Residence of Belmont most of her life. Postmistress for 28 years. Life member Belmont United Church and Sunday School Teacher.

More About EDITH MYRTLE BIGSBY:

Fact 1: Funeral by Rev. Alice Rutherford, Rev. Whitney Dalrymple


Children of EDITH BIGSBY and ALTON BROWN are:

i. FRED8 BROWN, b. Belmont, NS; m. MARLENE ------------------.

Notes for FRED BROWN:

Married and issue . RCMP. Residence: Mission BC.

ii. KENNETH BROWN, b. Belmont, NS; m. BERNICE--------------.

Notes for KENNETH BROWN:

RCN, Korean War. Residence: Riverview,NB.

iii. DALTON BROWN, b. Belmont, NS; m. MARILYN -------------.

Notes for DALTON BROWN:

Married and issue. Western Canada.Spouse Marilyn.

iv. GARY BROWN, b. Belmont, NS; m. ELLA HIGGINS.

Notes for GARY BROWN:

Employed for many years by Wholesaler T.S. Patillo Ltd, Truro, NS. General Merchant at Belmont, NS.

in the former AP Lewis Genaeral Store.

Notes for ELLA HIGGINS:

School Teacher and general merchant with husband.

v. DAWN MARCIA BROWN, b. Belmont, NS; m. DOUGLAS HOWARD STEVENS, October 04, 1968, Wesley United Church, Belmont, NS..

Notes for DAWN MARCIA BROWN:

Scholl secretary. Active member United Church of Canada. Church organist and choir director.

54. MARY ELIZABETH7 BIGSBY (LILLIAN EMILY6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born February 27, 1918 in Belmont, NS.. She married EDWARD WILSON.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH BIGSBY:

Residence: Toronto,ON.

More About MARY ELIZABETH BIGSBY:

Fact 1: May 12, 1918, Baptised . Methodist. Belmont, NS. Rev Francis J. Scoates.


Children of MARY BIGSBY and EDWARD WILSON are:

i. EUGENE8 WILSON.

ii. JUDY WILSON, m. --------------- LIEBOLD.

55. FRANCES VIOLA7 BIGSBY (LILLIAN EMILY6 ARMSWORTHY, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born June 24, 1918, and died July 29, 2002 in Port Clyde, Shelburne, NS. She married (1) RAY CROOK. She married (2) ROBERT MONSON GOLDRICH February 1938.

Notes for FRANCES VIOLA BIGSBY:

Residence: Port Clyde, NS.

Tuesday, July 30, 2002. The Halifax Herald Lirnited

BIGSBY-WILLIAMS, Frances Viola - 80, Port Clyde, Shelburne Co., died Monday, July 29, 2002, in Roseway Hospital, Sandy Point. Bom in Belmont, Colchester Co., she was a daughter of the late Fred and Lillian (Armsworthy) Bigsby. She nursed at Roseway Hospital for many years. Surviving are husband, Ray Crook, Port Clyde; son, Robert Goldrich, Toronto; daughters, Ellen (Mrs. Doug Burgess), West LaHave; Paula Goldrich, Hatchet Lake, Halifax Co.; Pamela (Mrs. James Tilley), Sarnia, Ont.; sisters, Joan Barkwell, Treheme, Man.; Grace Sturby, Richmond, B.C.; 14 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchdren. She was predeceased by daughter, Ann Goldrich (1994); brothers, Jack, Roy, Boyd; sisters, Edith, Eva, Margaret, Mary, Patricia. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Wednesday and fumeral service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, August 1, Betty Robbins officiating, both in H.M. Huskilsons Funeral Horne, Shelburne. Burial in Fort Point Cemetery, LaHave. Family flowers only, donations may be made to Parkinsorfs Society of Canada, Maritime Region or a charity of choice.




Children of FRANCES BIGSBY and ROBERT GOLDRICH are:

i. FRANCES ELLEN8 GOLDRICH, b. March 18, 1939; m. (1) GERALD PURCELL, 1957, New Glasgow, NS.; m. (2) DOUGLAS EARLE BURGESS, 1992.

Notes for FRANCES ELLEN GOLDRICH:

Residence: West LaHave, NS. Graduate of Nursing, 1977, Toronto. Active in sports. Lived throughout

Canada. Belmont, New Glasgow, Glace Bay, Halifax(2x's), Moncton. St. John's, Montreal, Toronto(2x's),

Vancouver. Very active in genealogy research and has contributed to this work.

ii. ROBERT DAVID ROY GOLDRICH, b. February 13, 1941.

Notes for ROBERT DAVID ROY GOLDRICH:

Residence: Toronto, ON.

iii. ANN CRYSTAL GOLDRICH, b. September 10, 1947; d. 1994; m. -------------- FITZPATRICK.

iv. PAULA VIRGINIA GOLDRICH, b. July 13, 1952; m. (1) ----------- PERRY; m. (2) WAYNE POTTIE.

Notes for PAULA VIRGINIA GOLDRICH:

Residence: Hatchet's Lake, Hfx Co., NS.

v. PAMELA SUE GOLDRICH, b. September 10, 1956; m. JAMES TILLEY.

Notes for PAMELA SUE GOLDRICH:

Residence: Sarnia, ON. Pharmacist's helper.

56. HERMAN WILSON7 ARMSWORTHY (WILFRED BORDEN6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born February 07, 1915 in Belmont, NS. He married ENA MAY CROWE, daughter of MAYNARD CROWE and IDA NELSON.

Notes for HERMAN WILSON ARMSWORTHY:

Operated a general grocery store in Belmont for a number of years.

Notes for ENA MAY CROWE:

Died from a car/train accident at Debert crossing.


Children of HERMAN ARMSWORTHY and ENA CROWE are:

i. AUDREY ANN8 ARMSWORTHY, b. May 08, 1934, Belmont, NS; m. BERTON DIMMOCK WILE, May 08, 1953, Trinty United Church, Toronto, ON..

Notes for BERTON DIMMOCK WILE:

Monday, July 7, 2003 The Halifax Herald Limited

WILE, Burton Dimock - 71, North River, passed away peacefully at home July 5, 2003. Born in Wile Settlement, he was a son of the late Earle and Edith (Densmore) Wile. He was for 25 years a respected building contractor in the Truro area, and later enjoyed working at the Mountain Golf Club, where he was also a shareholder. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and time at his camp. He dearly loved his children and grandchildren and cared for many who were like family to him. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Audrey (Armsworthy); son, Larry (Stellamarie); daughters, Carolyn (Michael Cox), Angela, all of Truro; grandchildren, Jodi, Courtney, Candace, Damien, Naudia, Gabrielle, Mason, and Drew; sister, Edna Bourgeois; brothers, Earle (Kay), Spryfield; Murray (Mary), Truro; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by brothers, Lesley, Doug, Frank and Elmer. Visitation will be held 6-9 p.m. today with funeral service 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 8, both in Colchester Community Funeral Home, 512 Willow St., Truro., Rev. Alice Rutherford officiating. Reception to follow the service. Burial in Onslow Island Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Palliative Care Unit of Colchester Regional Hospital, Victorian Order of Nurses, Canadian Cancer Society or a charity of choice. On-line condolences may be sent to the family at: colchestercommunityfh@ns.sympatico.ca






ii. IVAN ARMSWORTHY, b. August 07, 1943, River John, NS; d. November 14, 2003, Belmont, NS. Bur. Belmont Cem; m. SHIRLEY MAE REID, August 03, 1968.

Notes for IVAN ARMSWORTHY:

Carpenter. No issue.

Tuesday, November 18, 2003 The Halifax Herald Limited

ARMSWORTHY, Ivan Herman - It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of a dear husband, brother, brother-in-law, uncle and friend, Ivan Herman Armsworthy, 60, of Rifle Range Road, Belmont, on November 14, 2003. Born in River John, he was a son of the late Herman and Ena (Crowe) Armsworthy. Ivan was well-known for his great love of Bluegrass and could always be found in the summer at Highland Village fishing bass. His greatest joy was helping others, always there to lend a helping hand no matter what the cause. He also loved to spend time with his great-niece, Clarissa and great-nephew, Evan. He worked for many years as a carpenter and for the past few years he and his wife, Shirley operated Blue Chip Farm harvesting blueberries. He also loved working in the woods. Ivan was an honorary member of the Onslow-Belmont Fire Brigade; member of the Blueberry Growers Association, the Downeast Bluegrass Oldtime Music Society Inc.; the Nova Scotia Farm Association and the Fundy Trail Snowmobile Club. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Shirley Reid; sister, Audrey Wile, North River; six nephews and six nieces; several great- nephews and great-nieces; mother and father-in-law, Elvin and Hilda Reid, Belmont; sisters-in law and their husbands; several uncles, aunts and cousins. He was predeceased by stepfather, Chipman McCully; sister-in-law, Judy Buchanan; brother-in-law, Burton Wile; aunts and uncles. Visitation will be held Wednesday from 6-9 p.m., with funeral service 2 p.m. Thursday, both in Colchester Community Funeral Home, 512 Willow St., Rev. Gordon MacLean officiating. Interment in Belmont Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations in his memory may be made to the Colchester Community Workshop Building Foundation, Victorian Order of Nurses or a charity of your personal choice. On-line condolences may be sent to: colchestercommunityfh@ns.sympatico.ca













57. ROY FRANCIS7 ARMSWORTHY (WILFRED BORDEN6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born August 02, 1922 in Belmont, NS.. He married ELIZABETH "BETTY" LOUISE BROWN Abt. 1847 in West End Baptist Church, Halifac, NS., daughter of HERBERT BROWN and BRIDGET MCCARTHY.

Notes for ROY FRANCIS ARMSWORTHY:

Paratrooper and Prisoner of War (POW), WW2. Meet wife, Betty in England. Worked for Sobeys Ltd for many years in Summerside PEI and sesveral Nova Scotia locations. Member of Wesley United Church Choir , Belmont, NS.

Notes for ELIZABETH "BETTY" LOUISE BROWN:

Born in Ireland. Worked in England during WW2 as an aircraft riveter. United Church of Canada.

More About ELIZABETH "BETTY" LOUISE BROWN:

Fact 1: Services of Moase Funeral Home, Summerside, PEI.


Children of ROY ARMSWORTHY and ELIZABETH BROWN are:

i. AUBREY ROY8 ARMSWORTHY, m. (1) JANICE -------; m. (2) WANDA ANN MOUNTAIN.

Notes for AUBREY ROY ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Amherst, NS. Member of the Amherst Police Force.

ii. EILEEN SUSAN ARMSWORTHY, b. June 24, 1948; m. (1) RON COBB; m. (2) ALBERT FORD, May 17, 1969.

58. VERA GRACE7 ARMSWORTHY (WILFRED BORDEN6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born February 21, 1926 in Belmont, NS. She married (1) MERLIN HOWARD LYNDS 1948, son of IRA LYNDS and NELLIE SMITH. She married (2) MERLIN HOWARD LYNDS July 07, 1948 in Truro, NS. St Andrew's United Church, Manse., son of IRA LYNDS and NELLIE SMITH.

Notes for VERA GRACE ARMSWORTHY:

Was employed by CN Railways, Truro, NS. Family researcher.


Child of VERA ARMSWORTHY and MERLIN LYNDS is:

i. DONALD IRA8 LYNDS, m. JUDITH ANN LANGILLE.


Children of VERA ARMSWORTHY and MERLIN LYNDS are:

ii. GARY MERLIN8 LYNDS, b. June 29, 1950; m. LINDA ELIZABETH QUIGLEY, May 19, 1973.

iii. CHERYL DIANNA LYNDS, b. December 10, 1951; m. (1) WINSTON ENBREE, October 06, 1972; m. (2) ANDREE PETER HARPMAN, October 12, 1984.

iv. DONALD IRA LYNDS, b. February 22, 1956; m. JUDITH ANN LANGILLE, September 29, 1979.

59. PAUL VINCENT7 ARMSWORTHY (WILFRED BORDEN6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born November 14, 1928 in Belmont, NS. He married KATHLEEN JEAN WALLACE 1947 in Truro, NS. First Baptist Church., daughter of FREDERICK WALLACE.

Notes for PAUL VINCENT ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Onslow mtn., NS.


Children of PAUL ARMSWORTHY and KATHLEEN WALLACE are:

i. SHARON ELIZABETH8 ARMSWORTHY, b. April 27, 1947; m. PATRICK LIPTON, December 29, 1972.

Notes for SHARON ELIZABETH ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: 10960-34A Ave., Edmonton AB.

ii. PAULETTE SUSAN ARMSWORTHY, b. June 04, 1950; m. GRANT WILLIAM MACKINNON, August 12, 1972.

iii. DAVID ARMSWORTHY, m. JANE -------------.

Notes for DAVID ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Brookfield, NS. 902-657-2148. Wife Jane.

iv. TIMOTHY ARMSWORTHY.

60. GORDON WILFRED7 ARMSWORTHY (WILFRED BORDEN6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born September 19, 1930 in Belmont, NS. He married LAURETTE LALONDE October 27, 1956.

Notes for GORDON WILFRED ARMSWORTHY:

Residence : Pickering, ON.


Children of GORDON ARMSWORTHY and LAURETTE LALONDE are:

i. WAYNE PATRICK8 ARMSWORTHY, b. March 1961.

ii. DOREEN ARMSWORTHY, b. September 24, 1963; m. MICHAEL WILLIAMS, September 07, 1985.

61. CARL FOSTER7 ARMSWORTHY (WILFRED BORDEN6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born March 06, 1933 in Belmont, NS. He married JANICE 'NICKIE' SHANAHAN November 11, 1955, daughter of JOHN SHANAHAN and MARIE MCNEIL.

Notes for CARL FOSTER ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.


Children of CARL ARMSWORTHY and JANICE SHANAHAN are:

i. DOUGLAS8 ARMSWORTHY, b. December 07, 1956.

ii. CARLA ELIZABETH ARMSWORTHY, b. March 22, 1958.

iii. KAREN ARMSWORTHY, b. December 28, 1962.

iv. DEAN ARMSWORTHY, b. December 04, 1963.

v. GREGORY ALLAN ARMSWORTHY, b. January 31, 1960.

62. ROMONA EILEEN7 ARMSWORTHY (WILFRED BORDEN6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born August 06, 1934 in Belmont, NS. She married (1) RALPH DAY. She married (2) GRAHAM SMITH May 12, 1952.

Notes for ROMONA EILEEN ARMSWORTHY:

Interested in family research.


Children of ROMONA ARMSWORTHY and GRAHAM SMITH are:

i. ELAINE8 SMITH, b. March 14, 1954; m. DAVID FOLEY.

ii. DENNIS SMITH, b. September 25, 1960.

iii. GEOFFREY SMITH, b. September 30, 1961.

iv. TREVOR SMITH, b. November 08, 1967; d. June 1985.

Notes for TREVOR SMITH:

Killed in traffic accident.

63. SHEILA MAE7 ARMSWORTHY (WILFRED BORDEN6, ELEANOR CATHERINE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born October 05, 1936 in Belmont, NS. She married DONNALD EDMOND LYNDS July 09, 1954, son of MILTON LYNDS and MARION EDMONDS.


Children of SHEILA ARMSWORTHY and DONNALD LYNDS are:

i. DAVID MILTON8 LYNDS, m. CATHY MCNUTT, September 07, 1985.

ii. MARTY DONALD LYNDS, b. October 05, 1957; m. AUTUMN FALTHAM.

iii. CATHERINE ELLEN LYNDS, m. FRED LAYTON.

iv. LYNN LYNDS, b. July 28, 1962; m. ELROY STANLEY MACKENZIE, August 13, 1988.

64. EVELYN7 MEEDES (GEORGE6, MARY ANN5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1901. She married CHESTER SNOW, son of JOHN SNOW and CATHERINE RICHARD.


Child of EVELYN MEEDES and CHESTER SNOW is:

i. MINNIE8 SNOW, b. 1918; m. CARL RAFUSE.

65. HELEN IRIS7 PENNY (ROY6, FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1928. She married KENNETH W. JOHNSTON.


Child of HELEN PENNY and KENNETH JOHNSTON is:

i. DEREK MARTIN8 JOHNSTON, b. 1972.

66. CZEMY7 PENNY (ROY6, FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1929. He married MARGARET GURNEY.


Children of CZEMY PENNY and MARGARET GURNEY are:

i. PAUL COURTNEY8 PENNY, b. Abt. 1960.

ii. ROBERT GORDON PENNY, b. 1961; m. MARILYN MORRELL.

iii. DEBORAH LYNN PENNY, b. 1963.

iv. CZEMY WILLIAM PENNY, b. 1964; m. GAILENE MACAULEY.

67. THOMAS AINSLEY7 PENNY (ROY6, FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1935. He married NORMA HENDSBEE.


Children of THOMAS PENNY and NORMA HENDSBEE are:

i. ALLAN STEWART8 PENNY, b. 1957; m. MURIEL GEORGE.

ii. RITA MAY PENNY, b. 1959; m. RONALD VAUX.

68. EARL7 RHYNOLD (LEXIE6 ARMSWORTHY, FRANCES OLIVE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1928. He married MONA CARTER.


Children of EARL RHYNOLD and MONA CARTER are:

i. EARL FREDERICK8 RHYNOLD, b. 1958.

ii. CATHERINE RHYNOLD, b. 1960.

iii. PATRICIA RHYNOLD, b. 1961.

iv. ANNE MARIE RHYNOLD, b. 1965.

v. ARTHUR RHYNOLD, b. 1966.

69. BEATRICE LEONA7 RHYNOLD (LEXIE6 ARMSWORTHY, FRANCES OLIVE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1931, and died 1957. She married WILLIAM MOSS.


Child of BEATRICE RHYNOLD and WILLIAM MOSS is:

i. RICHARD DONALD8 MOSS, b. 1956.

70. LEO ROY7 RHYNOLD (LEXIE6 ARMSWORTHY, FRANCES OLIVE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1934. He married TWILA BRADFORD.


Children of LEO RHYNOLD and TWILA BRADFORD are:

i. TINA MARIE8 RHYNOLD, b. 1959.

ii. DARLENE RHYNOLD, b. 1961.

iii. LEE RHYNOLD.

iv. BROCK RHYNOLD.

v. STEPHANIE RHYNOLD, b. 1969.

71. LEONARD ARTHUR7 RHYNOLD (LEXIE6 ARMSWORTHY, FRANCES OLIVE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1939. He married VALERIE WALSH.


Children of LEONARD RHYNOLD and VALERIE WALSH are:

i. RODNEY8 RHYNOLD, b. 1959.

ii. KAREN ANN RHYNOLD, b. 1961.

iii. MARK RHYNOLD, b. 1963.

iv. DONNA JOAN RHYNOLD, b. 1965.

v. KIMBERLY LYNN RHYNOLD, b. 1966.

vi. CHRISTIOPHER RHYNOLD, b. 1969.

72. LYDIA E. PENNY7 RHYNOLD (LEXIE6 ARMSWORTHY, FRANCES OLIVE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1943. She married JAMES GRANT, son of WILKIE GRANT.


Children of LYDIA RHYNOLD and JAMES GRANT are:

i. ALLISON8 GRANT, b. 1974.

ii. MARY ANN GRANT, b. 1976.

73. WAYNE VICTOR7 RHYNOLD (LEXIE6 ARMSWORTHY, FRANCES OLIVE5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1943. He married (1) LORRAINE DOBSON. He married (2) CECELE HAINES.


Children of WAYNE RHYNOLD and LORRAINE DOBSON are:

i. CAROL CHRISTINA8 RHYNOLD, b. 1965.

ii. KELLY LORRAINE RHYNOLD, b. 1966.


Child of WAYNE RHYNOLD and CECELE HAINES is:

iii. DEANNA LYNN8 RHYNOLD, b. 1978.

74. JEAN7 GRANT (LEILA6 PENNY, FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1931. She married CLINTON MACUMBER.


Children of JEAN GRANT and CLINTON MACUMBER are:

i. BRENDA8 MACUMBER, b. 1959.

ii. KAREN MACUMBER, b. 1962.

iii. CLINTON MACUMBER, b. 1965.

iv. KOTINA MACUMBER, b. 1968.

v. ANGELA MACUMBER, b. 1971.

75. BETTY7 GRANT (LEILA6 PENNY, FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1936. She married BERNARD FLAVIN.


Children of BETTY GRANT and BERNARD FLAVIN are:

i. JAMES8 FLAVIN, b. 1960.

ii. BRUCE FLAVIN, b. 1960.

iii. BRIAN FLAVIN, b. 1961.

iv. KATHERINE FLAVIN, b. 1962.

v. SHEILA FLAVIN, b. 1964.

vi. PATRICIA FLAVIN, b. 1966.

vii. LAWRENCE FLAVIN, b. 1967.

viii. LORNA FLAVIN, b. 1970.

76. JOAN7 GRANT (LEILA6 PENNY, FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1937. She married HERBERT EMERSON WRIGHT.


Children of JOAN GRANT and HERBERT WRIGHT are:

i. DERRICK8 WRIGHT, b. 1963.

ii. PETER WRIGHT, b. 1964.

iii. RICHARD WRIGHT, b. 1965.

iv. SARAH WRIGHT, b. 1978.

77. CAROL DEBBIE7 GRANT (LEILA6 PENNY, FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1946. She married GARY CARVELL.


Children of CAROL GRANT and GARY CARVELL are:

i. SHERRY8 CARVELL, b. 1965.

ii. JUDITH CARVELL, b. 1967.

78. BARRY7 GRANT (LEILA6 PENNY, FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1950. He married JOANNE MACMILLIAN.


Children of BARRY GRANT and JOANNE MACMILLIAN are:

i. JORDAN8 GRANT, b. 1982.

ii. REBECCA GRANT, b. 1986.

79. DONALD7 GRANT (LEILA6 PENNY, FRANCES OLIVE5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1933. He married LOIS HENDSBEE, daughter of LOCKIE HENDSBEE and MARION ---------------.


Children of DONALD GRANT and LOIS HENDSBEE are:

i. DONNA8 GRANT, b. 1953.

ii. SHERRY GRANT, b. 1955.

iii. BRENDA GRANT, b. 1956.

iv. DAVID GRANT, b. 1959.

v. DARLENE GRANT, b. 1961.

80. ELSIE JEAN7 WEIR (LEXIE6 CARR, ELSA MALINDA5 ARMSWORTHY, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1). She married -------------- FOLEY.


Child of ELSIE WEIR and -------------- FOLEY is:

i. JAMES K8 FOLEY.

81. KATHLEEN7 ULOTH (CARRIE6 ARMSWORTHY, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born Abt. 1917 in Hazel Hill, NS., and died December 05, 2002 in Halifax, NS. Bur. Gate of Heaven Cem. Bedford, NS.. She married HOWARD DUGGAN.

Notes for KATHLEEN ULOTH:

Saturday, December 7, 2002, The Halifax Herald Limited: DUGGAN, Kathleen

May - 85, Bedford, died December 5, 2002, in the New Halifax Infirmary,

QEII. Born in Hazel Hill, Guysborough Co., she was a daughter of the

late Carri (Armsworthy) and Edward Euloth. Surviving are sister, Letti

Rice, Lower Sackville; brother, Clarence "Larry" Euloth, Bedford; six

grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She

was predeceased by her husband, Howard Duggan; son, James; daughter,

Shirley Massey; brother, Nathan; sister, Alice. Funeral mass 10 a.m.

Monday in St. Ignatius Church, Bedford, Father David MacDonald

officiating. Interment in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Donations to Canadian

Cancer Society. Arrangements entrusted to T.K. Barnard Funeral Home,

Bedford


Children of KATHLEEN ULOTH and HOWARD DUGGAN are:

i. JAMES8 DUGGAN, d. Bef. 2002.

ii. SHIRLEY DUGGAN, m. -----------------MASSEY.

82. FREDERICK ROSS7 RICHARDS (HAZEL ELSIE6 ARMSWORTHY, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born Abt. 1920 in Phillip's Harbour, NS., and died February 25, 2005 in Halifax, NS. Bur. Fairview Cem.. He married DOLLY MALLOY.

Notes for FREDERICK ROSS RICHARDS:

Monday, February 28, 2005. The Halifax Herald Limited

RICHARDS, Frederick Ross - 85, Halifax, died February 25, 2005, in the New Halifax Infirmary, QEII. Born in Phillip's Harbour, Guysborough Co., he was a son of the late George and Hazel (Armsworthy) Richards. He was a veteran of the Second World War and served with the RCASC in Italy and Britain. Following the war, he enlisted in the RCAF and served his country for an additional 20 years. After leaving the military, he worked for a number of years with National Granwood until his retirement. He was a member of MacKay Lodge No. 113. He is survived by his beloved wife of 50 years, the former Dolly Malloy; daughter, Judith Barnhill, Halifax; brothers, Stan, Bedford; Don and Ken, both of Halifax; George, Dartmouth; Bill, Windsor. He was predeceased by sister, Eileen Howard. Cremation has taken place. No service by request. Burial will be at a later date in Fairview Cemetery. Donations in memory may be made to Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia. Arrangements are entrusted to Dartmouth Funeral Home, 29 Queen St.














Child of FREDERICK RICHARDS and DOLLY MALLOY is:

i. JUDITH8 RICHARDS, m. --------------- BARNHILL.

Notes for JUDITH RICHARDS:

Residence: Halifax,NS.

83. THOMAS ALFRED7 ARMSWORTHY (WILLIAM HARVEY6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born January 16, 1933 in Halifax, NS., and died November 01, 1995 in Fresno, CA., USA.. He married MARIE REID.

Notes for MARIE REID:

Paratrooper , Koean War, 1950-1953.

More About MARIE REID:

Fact 1: Funeral : Chapel of Light , Fresno, CA., USA.


Children of THOMAS ARMSWORTHY and MARIE REID are:

i. KEVIN8 ARMSWORTHY.

ii. DIANE ARMSWORTHY, m. ------------ WITCHEZ.

iii. WANDA ARMSWORTHY, m. ------------ CHAFFIN.

84. JAMES ROSS7 ARMSWORTHY (LINDSAY ALFRED6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born Abt. 1934 in Halifax, NS, and died February 07, 2004 in Halifax, NS. He married ROSE GRAY Abt. 1960.

Notes for JAMES ROSS ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Sackville, NS


Children of JAMES ARMSWORTHY and ROSE GRAY are:

i. JAMES8 ARMSWORTHY.

ii. DEREK ARMSWORTHY, m. CONNIE ------------------.

Notes for DEREK ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Ontario.

iii. KEVIN ARMSWORTHY, m. SHELIA ------------------.

iv. STEPHEN ARMSWORTHY.

v. HEATHER ARMSWORTHY, m. KENNETH GREENING.

vi. CRAIG ARMSWORTHY.

85. KENNETH PATRICK7 ARMSWORTHY (LINDSAY ALFRED6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born Abt. 1937, and died June 08, 1996 in Halifax, NS. He married ANNA MARIA GRAY.

Notes for KENNETH PATRICK ARMSWORTHY:

ARMSWORTHY, Kenneth Patrick: Chronicle Herald/Mail Star, June 10 and 11,

1996: Armsworthy, Kenneth Patrick Sr.: 59, 2688 Bell Aire Terrace,

Halifax, died June 8, 1996 in Victoria General Hospital. Born in

Halifax, he was a son of the late Lindsey and Eileen (Welcher)

Armsworthy. He was a member of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church. He

served on the PPCL 1 Coast Guard, BIO. He was retired from the Corp of

Commissionaires after seven years of service. Surviving are his wife,

the former Anna Gray; daughters, Leeann Cain, Dartmouth; Jo-ann,

Halifax; sons, Kenneth, Michael, David, Halifax; Timothy, Matthew,

Edmonton, Alta.; Shawn, Dartmouth; brothers, James, Sackville; Joseph,

Toronto; sisters, Diane, Toronto; Carol (Mrs. Donald Purcell), Bedford;

Patricia (Mrs. Harold Slate), Linda (Mrs. David Arsenault), Sackville;

two granddaughters; two grandsons. He was predeceased by a son in

infancy; son, Scott. Cremation has taken place under the direction of J.

Albert Walker Funeral Home, 149 Herring Cove Rd., Halifax. No visitation

or funeral by family request. Donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation

of Nova Scotia or The Lung Association.




Children of KENNETH ARMSWORTHY and ANNA GRAY are:

i. LEEANN8 ARMSWORTHY, m. ------------- CAIN.

Notes for LEEANN ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

ii. JO-ANN ARMSWORTHY.

Notes for JO-ANN ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

iii. KENNETH ARMSWORTHY.

Notes for KENNETH ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

iv. MICHAEL ARMSWORTHY.

Notes for MICHAEL ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

v. DAVID B. ARMSWORTHY, b. August 22, 1965.

Notes for DAVID B. ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.

vi. TIMOTHY ARMSWORTHY.

Notes for TIMOTHY ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Edmonton, AB.

vii. MATTHEW ARMSWORTHY.

Notes for MATTHEW ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Edmonton, AB.

viii. SHAWN ARMSWORTHY.

Notes for SHAWN ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

86. SADIE7 HENDSBEE (VIOLET IRENE6 ARMSWORTHY, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1). She married LEO HENDSBEE.

Notes for SADIE HENDSBEE:

Residence: St Catherines, ON.


Children of SADIE HENDSBEE and LEO HENDSBEE are:

i. NOREEN8 HENDSBEE.

ii. ELLIOTT HENDSBEE.

iii. LARRY HENDSBEE.

iv. DARLEEN HENDSBEE.

v. WADE HENDSBEE.

vi. MICHAEL HENDSBEE.

87. MARLENE7 HENDSBEE (VIOLET IRENE6 ARMSWORTHY, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1). She married SAMUEL MURRAY.

Notes for MARLENE HENDSBEE:

Residence: Mulgrave, NS.


Child of MARLENE HENDSBEE and SAMUEL MURRAY is:

i. SAMUEL8 MURRAY.

88. KENNETH MURRAY7 ARMSWORTHY (SPENCER ALBERT6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1934. He married FAYE MAXINE TURNER.

Notes for KENNETH MURRAY ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Long Pond, NS.


Children of KENNETH ARMSWORTHY and FAYE TURNER are:

i. DWYANE MURRAY8 ARMSWORTHY, b. 1957; m. SANDRA -------------------.

ii. NATALIE JUNE ARMSWORTHY, m. DUKE ROBERTSON.

iii. CATHERINE MARIE ARMSWORTHY, b. 1963.

iv. JOSEPH ALLEN ARMSWORTHY, d. Deceased.

89. PHYLLIS ADA7 ARMSWORTHY (SPENCER ALBERT6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1936. She married CARMEN HENRY WESTHAVER.

Notes for PHYLLIS ADA ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Fox Point, Lun. Co., NS.


Children of PHYLLIS ARMSWORTHY and CARMEN WESTHAVER are:

i. KENNETH CARMEN8 WESTHAVER, b. 1953.

ii. DEBRA ANNE WESTHAVER, m. DUKE MACARTHUR.

iii. MICHAEL LAWRENCE WESTHAVER, b. 1957.

iv. SPENCER CHARLES WESTHAVER, b. 1958.

v. KEVIN PAUL WESTHAVER, b. 1961.

vi. PAULA MARIE WESTHAVER, m. DUKE COOLEN.

90. JEAN ELIZABETH7 ARMSWORTHY (SPENCER ALBERT6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1938. She married STANTON EDWARD REDDEN.

Notes for JEAN ELIZABETH ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Halifax, NS.


Child of JEAN ARMSWORTHY and STANTON REDDEN is:

i. GREGORY SPENCER8 REDDEN, b. 1961.

91. MAUREEN CATHERINE7 ARMSWORTHY (SPENCER ALBERT6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1939. She married DONALD FREDERICK MICHAUD.

Notes for DONALD FREDERICK MICHAUD:

May also have been spelled Michaud.


Children of MAUREEN ARMSWORTHY and DONALD MICHAUD are:

i. DARLENE BEVERLEY8 MICHAUD, b. 1959; m. DUKE COMEAU.

ii. DENISE MARY MICHAUD, b. 1960; m. DUKE MAPLEBECK.

iii. DONALD FREDERICK MICHAUD, b. 1963.

iv. BRIAN PAUL MICHAUD, b. 1965.

92. BEVERLEY ANN7 ARMSWORTHY (SPENCER ALBERT6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1943. She married KENNETH JOSEPH MACDONALD.

Notes for BEVERLEY ANN ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Sudbury, ON.


Children of BEVERLEY ARMSWORTHY and KENNETH MACDONALD are:

i. LISA ANN8 MACDONALD, b. 1967.

ii. DEREK KENNETH MACDONALD, b. 1977.

iii. DARREN GREGORY MACDONALD, b. 1981.

93. LOCKENA7 ARMSWORTHY (KENNETH HAVELOCK6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1947. She married (1) JOHN MURPHY. She married (2) JAMES DAVID PATRICK BOND, son of JAMES BOND and ALICE SNYDER.

Notes for LOCKENA ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Westville, NS.


Children of LOCKENA ARMSWORTHY and JOHN MURPHY are:

i. CORINNA8 MURPHY, b. 1970.

ii. JENNIFER MURPHY, b. 1974.

94. WILLIAM MANTHORNE7 ARMSWORTHY (KENNETH HAVELOCK6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1948 in Half Island Cove, NS., and died November 01, 1999 in Antigonish, NS.. He married JEAN BURTON.

Notes for WILLIAM MANTHORNE ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Country Harbour, NS. Employed by Acadia Bus Lines and District School Board as a driver. Member of St Patrick's Church, Lochaber, NS.

Notes for JEAN BURTON:

Residence: Dartmouth,NS.


Children of WILLIAM ARMSWORTHY and JEAN BURTON are:

i. NADA8 ARMSWORTHY, b. 1981.

ii. ADAM ARMSWORTHY, b. 1985.

95. ELIZABETH 'FRANIE'7 ARMSWORTHY (KENNETH HAVELOCK6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1951. She married JOHN FRANCIS MACDONALD.

Notes for ELIZABETH 'FRANIE' ARMSWORTHY:

Resience: Bailey's Brook, NS.


Children of ELIZABETH ARMSWORTHY and JOHN MACDONALD are:

i. MICHAEL8 MACDONALD, b. 1969.

ii. DEBBIE MACDONALD, b. 1971.

96. VERA7 ARMSWORTHY (KENNETH HAVELOCK6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1952. She married VINCENT MYERS.

Notes for VERA ARMSWORTHY:

Avondale, NS.


Children of VERA ARMSWORTHY and VINCENT MYERS are:

i. ARLENE8 MYERS, b. 1967.

ii. TRACY MYERS, b. 1969.

iii. LINETTA MYERS, b. 1970.

iv. JOHN MYERS, b. 1973.

v. SHANE MYERS, b. 1974.

97. LORETTA7 ARMSWORTHY (KENNETH HAVELOCK6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1953. She married ROBERT LEWIS.

Notes for LORETTA ARMSWORTHY:

Kenzieville, NS.


Children of LORETTA ARMSWORTHY and ROBERT LEWIS are:

i. SHANNON8 LEWIS, b. 1973.

ii. JUSTIN LEWIS, b. 1977.

iii. CARLINA LEWIS, b. 1978.

iv. JOSHIA LEWIS, b. 1981.

v. LINDSAY LEWIS, b. 1982.

98. KENNETH ALBERT7 ARMSWORTHY (ALBERT JAMES6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1942, and died September 19, 2003 in Halifax, NS. Bur. Gate of Heaven Cem., Lwr Sackville, NS.. He married (1) GLORIA ------------------. He married (2) ANGEL INOCENT.

Notes for KENNETH ALBERT ARMSWORTHY:

ARMSWORTHY, Kenneth Albert - 61, Halifax, passed away peacefully

September 19, 2003, in the VG Site, QEII, Halifax. He was a son of Helen

(Nicholas) and the late Albert Armsworthy and grandson to Lillian

Nicholas. He is survived by his best friend and wife, Angel; daughters,

Tracy and Hollie; sons, Darren (Kim), Joey (Carrie); sisters, Diane

MacDonald (Reg), Barb Munroe (John); brothers, Stephen (Janet), John

(Sharon) and a loving grampy to his granddaughters, Taylor, Gabby and

Ashley. Ken worked for many years at Taylor Lincoln Mercury and was

known for his hard work and skills as a body man. The service will be

held 10 a.m. Wednesday, September 24, in J. Albert Walker Funeral Home,

149 Herring Cove Rd., Halifax. Burial to follow in Gate of Heaven

Cemetery, Lower Sackville. Donations to Canadian Cancer Society. Dad you

will be sadly missed by all your family and friends.


Children of KENNETH ARMSWORTHY and GLORIA ------------------ are:

i. DARREN8 ARMSWORTHY, m. KIM ------------------.

ii. JOEY ARMSWORTHY, m. CARRIE ------------------.


Children of KENNETH ARMSWORTHY and ANGEL INOCENT are:

iii. TRACY8 ARMSWORTHY.

iv. HOLLIE ARMSWORTHY.

99. JOHN W.7 ARMSWORTHY (ALBERT JAMES6, JOHN ROSS5, GEORGE WILLIAM4, JAMES3, JOHN BAPTIST2, -----------------------1) was born 1947 in Halifax, NS, and died February 07, 2004 in Lower Sackville, NS.. He married SHARON MAE COLDWELL.

Notes for JOHN W. ARMSWORTHY:

John W. Armsworthy

1947 - 2004

ARMSWORTHY, John W. - 57, Lower Sackville, passed away, Saturday, February 7, 2004, in the New Halifax Infirmary, QEII, Halifax. Born in Halifax, he was a son of Helen (Nicholas) Armsworthy, Halifax, and the late Albert J. Armsworthy. He was employed with Barber-Ellis Paper Company, Metro Transit and was an apartment building superintendent. He is survived by his wife, Sharon Mae Coldwell; daughters, Ann Dowe (Stanley), Parrsboro; Nancy Armsworthy, Dartmouth; sisters, Diane MacDonald, Barbara Munroe (John), Barbara Bungay, Dartmouth; brother, Stephen, Halifax; four grandchildren. He was predeceased by brother, Kenneth. Memorial service will be held Tuesday, February 10, at 11 a.m. in Edgewood United Church, Halifax, Rev. Diane MacVicar officiating. Memorial donations may be made to a charity of choice.







Children of JOHN ARMSWORTHY and SHARON COLDWELL are:

i. ANNE8 ARMSWORTHY, m. STANLEY DOWE.

Notes for ANNE ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Parrsboro, NS.

ii. NANCY ARMSWORTHY.

Notes for NANCY ARMSWORTHY:

Residence: Dartmouth, NS.

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