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  • Charlottetown man abandons hopes of renovating city’s oldest log home and sells it
  • Liberals pour more money into tax filing program for homeless, newcomers
  • The beauty of basket weaving: Residents of Stewart Memorial Home in Tyne Valley learn the traditional art
  • St. Johns Edge open homestand with win over Titans
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  • Bessie North House restaurant in works for historic Canning home
  • DA: Woman, 3 young children found dead in Massachusetts home
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  • Man arrested for trespassing at Sean Hannity's NY home
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  • Avon View girls' hockey team takes home silver at Brooklyn invitational tournament
  • LETTER: No public tenders for home care
  • Canadian air force helicopter drops raft on Florida home, smashing roof
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  • Ultranationalism globally prompts Liberals to spend on multiculturalism at home
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  • Session in Corner Brook drives home green sustainability message
  • Callbecks Home Hardware throwing its weight behind signature Lobster Carnival Parade
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  • Province announced take-home cancer drug plan in fall budget
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  • Defence calls no evidence in Paradise home invasion trial
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  • Coldbrook home potentially a ‘complete loss’ after fire
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  • Homeowner charged after shots fired after alleged confrontation with trespassers
  • St. John's home attacked with Molotov cocktail early Monday morning
  • Cats win one, lose one in weekend series at home
  • Alberta RCMP say shooting happened when rural homeowner confronted suspects
  • Man stabbed at well-known Springdale Street home Saturday
  • Former Home Hardware building in Stratford being redeveloped
  • Special Olympics P.E.I. charity of choice at provincial home show
  • Kadri, Marner lead Leafs over Bruins for ninth straight home win
  • New home proposed for $100 million in Utah artifacts
  • Backlund leads Calgary Flames to 5-1 home win over Colorado Avalanche
  • Four dead found in home in central Ontario; police say deaths are suspicious
  • Lori Rogers and Roxanne Cullen Przybysz take pride in restoring St. John's home
  • Energy efficiency support for new P.E.I. home builds
  • Smoke in Summerside home caused by furnace malfunction
  • Riverview Home Corp honours late board member
  • Trio of MUN stars make final home starts this weekend
  • Charges laid following drug search of Tyndal Road home
  • Panthers preparing for final home games
  • Homeowners beware
  • Hernandez's fiancee sues to protect assets of home sale
  • Man accused of ramming home released on conditions
  • Cape Breton University Capers hoops grads play final home game tonight versus Acadia
  • Editorial: Welcome home
  • Government to N.L. ex-pats: come back home
  • Cynthia Stone: A day at home
  • Walmart to launch new online home shopping experience
  • Home support changes welcomed
  • Airbnb will vet homes listed through a new tier of rentals launches in Toronto
  • B.C. family says care home switched their mom's cat with robotic version
  • City of Montreal criticized after low-income tenants forced from 'unsafe' homes
  • Corner Brook man who repeatedly returned to former partner's home gets weekends in jail
  • Money for non-profits targets homelessness
  • One suspect in Victoria home invasion pleads not guilty
  • ‘Coldest Night of the Year’ event will help Charlottetown's homeless and the hungry
  • Hometown squad cheers on Moyse through fourth Olympic adventure
  • Grand Falls-Windsor college students turning plastic bags into mats for people experiencing homelessness
  • Walmart partnering with online grocery service to bring home delivery to Vancouver
  • NBC's Lindsey Vonn Show takes home Olympic bronze
  • Toddler missing as flooding forces thousands from their homes in Ontario
  • Sales of US homes fall year over year by most in 3 1/2 years
  • RIGHT AT HOME: Decor that's perfectly imperfect
  • One of four Deer Lake men charged in home invasion enters not guilty plea
  • Gruesome images of shot dog shown in St. John's court during home invasion trial
  • Home ice was nice for Island junior teams
  • Accused in violent O’Leary home invasion appears in court
  • OPINION: In support of public home care
  • Mexican architect's modernist home, hidden on a cul de sac
  • R Kelly evicted from 2 Georgia homes over $30K unpaid rent
  • The long road home to Kroma
  • Colchester: Skiers, theatre, music, home children and a missing dog
  • British Home Children receive national recognition
  • Judge approves shutdown of large California homeless camp
  • Winnipeg Blue Bombers pick up Americans Tevin Homer, Corey Washington
  • Toronto firefighter who disappeared in NY and wound up in California returns home
  • Californians can go home but told to keep watch on wildfire
  • Blackhawks ban 4 from home games due to racist taunt
  • Shot fired at home on rural property west of Battleford in Saskatchewan
  • Martock's go-to guy helping new instructors get certification abroad and at home
  • Wanted man arrested after racket in St. John’s home
  • Bail hearing set for North Sydney man alleged to have wrecked home with payloader
  • Workers at neighbouring home quickly extinguish fire in Harbourville kitchen
  • Home and small business in Marystown target of break-in
  • Ramblers entering home stretch needing wins
  • 7.2 quake damages homes, but Mexico avoids major destruction
  • Privatizing home care on P.E.I. concern for union
  • Mercedes Benoit-Penney wants ophthalmologist services closer to home
  • Whitbourne man charged in home invasion undergoes medical assessment
  • #ChooseSummerside geared up for Olympics and cheering hometown hero – Moyse
  • Home Capital Group says new mortgage rules have clients migrating from big banks
  • Sackville's lady hockey Titans bring home banner from Perth-Andover tournament
  • Home sales fall across Canada to reach their lowest level in 3 years: CREA
  • Shopify says it may offer voice-enabled shopping through home devices
  • Forensic evidence entered at Paradise home invasion trial
  • UPDATED: Slemon Park home, pet lost in afternoon blaze
  • Millions in China journey home for Lunar New Year
  • Otterbury house fire destroys unoccupied home
  • LETTER: Why not home delivery for everyone?
  • Home Capital Group reports net income of $30.6M in fourth quarter, down 40%
  • Federal funds of $750K will support three new P.E.I. home care initiatives
  • Charlottetown agrees to purchase home at corner of Queen and Pond streets
  • Deal reached on relocating evicted California homeless
  • Board looks into allegations bodies switched at N.S. funeral home
  • 15-year prison term upheld for disgraced Mountie who tortured son in home's basement
  • Receiver Nic Demski returns home. agrees to terms with Blue Bombers
  • Restoring family home in Ingonish labour of love for historian
  • Defendant’s former girlfriend testifies at St. John's home-invasion trial
  • Island Home and School Associations recognize teachers/staff who work with children on a daily basis
  • Home ice horrors
  • Russell Wangersky: Home reno shows deconstructed
  • Second man charged in alleged New Harbour home invasion
  • US pushes for home countries to take back detainees in Syria
  • Cyclone destroys Parliament House, homes on Tonga, Fiji next
  • UPDATE: Overnight fire in St. John's displaces two people, damages home
  • Cape Breton native and alumnus returns home to CBU
  • Young curlers excited about playing for provincial crowns close to home
  • Elks rout Blues in final regular season home game
  • Martock ski racers excelling on the road and at home
  • Vladimir Tarasenko scores twice, Blues end Jets' home point streak at 10 games
  • American fans calm in Korea with worried relatives back home
  • Housing support program hopes to raise awareness for homelessness in Trinity-Conception
  • Two Canadian women freed from Cambodian prison arrive on home soil
  • Blues play last home game of season Friday night
  • Paradise residents describe terrifying home invasion
  • Homes evacuated before man surrenders to RCMP in Bear River East standoff
  • Brent’s Cove man loses home to fire for second time in his life
  • Witness fails to identify suspects in Mount Pearl home invasion trial
  • Police seek info into suspected burning of home in Trafalgar
  • ‘We shouldn’t have to wonder’: Doctor shortage hits home for Annapolis Valley patients
  • Youth charged for break and enter at Harbour Grace home
  • RIGHT AT HOME: Artistry on the floor
  • Toronto rapper Drake visits Miami homeless shelter for women, kids
  • 'Justified,' 'Home Improvement' actor Mickey Jones dies
  • Owners seek new home for vintage film photo booth
  • Home teams take midget AAA contests Monday in Pownal and Souris
  • Defendant cross-examines Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers in home invasion case
  • Wendy Rose: Musical duo Luke and John make new home in St. John's
  • Wheels on the home go round and round
  • January home sales in Greater Toronto Area down 22 per cent from year ago
  • Cops: Home of Patriots' Gronk robbed during Super Bowl week
  • Alberta teen moves back to hometown New Waterford to play in the Coal Bowl
  • Volunteers liven up Baddeck nursing home
  • Police had no right to cellphone evidence, say lawyers at St. John's home invasion trial
  • New report details misuse of antipsychotics in nursing homes
  • Letter: Vietnam War hits close to home
  • Pasadena mayor thankful only three homes affected by unexpected flooding
  • Stellarton Olympian’s grandparents cheering her on from home
  • ‘Coldest Night’ needs participants for walk to end homelessness
  • N.S. case seeks to make supported homes for disabled declared a right
  • Women's hockey Panthers win final regular season home game
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  • Lennie Gallant comes home to P.E.I. for a concert on Feb. 11 at the Centre acadien Grand-Rustico.
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  • Ingonish man alleged to have driven vehicle into home
  • P.E.I. man who entered a home through a window gets jail time
  • Wild returns to home ice Saturday night
  • Fire claims home on Baie Verte Peninsula
  • Car strikes Summerside home during traffic stop
  • Firefighters, marshal working investigating origin of fire that caused 'extensive damage' to Kentville home
  • Conservancy protects Nova Scotia island that's home to rare plant in Canada
  • Panthers vets to be honoured Saturday during final regular season home game
  • Family's dog turns up 10 years after vanishing from home
  • Condos, townhomes in high demand in Metro Vancouver, real estate board says
  • Nurses with a mission: Send older ER patients home with help
  • Screaming Eagles homestand continues Friday against Titan
  • Lawsuit alleges lack of fairness in Newfoundland and Labrador home assessments
  • Forestview man charged in relation to violent O’Leary home invasion
  • Colts at home Sunday
  • Blues at home for two games this weekend
  • After returning home, Jagr says he's far from finished
  • Hometown boy Thomas Casey relishing his role with Charlottetown Islanders
  • New Brunswick creating 1,000 nursing home and dementia care beds by 2023
  • CBRM to reconsider long-standing mini home ban
  • Commitment to Community - Valley Credit Union opens new homey-but-high-tech Bridgetown branch office
  • UPDATE: RCMP say woman hit with hammer during home invasion in O'Leary
  • O'Leary woman struck with hammer during home invasion
  • LISA MACDOUGALL: P.E.I. Home and School Federation marks 65th anniversary and legacy
  • US pending home sales rose 0.5 per cent in December
  • Jaromir Jagr signs contract with his Czech hometown club
  • Travel's become a prime inspiration for home decor
  • Prominent family's luxury home ruffles feathers in iconic quarter of St. John's
  • Badger songstress happy to be heading home
  • Toronto home sales to slip, but remain vulnerable to overvaluation: experts
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  • Toronto home sales expected to slip, but average prices forecast to climb
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  • Helicopter crashes into California home, killing 3 people
  • Former Kenyan VP: Home attacked in 'assassination attempt'
  • Holland College defends home court
  • Therapy dogs light up day for Glen Haven nursing home residents
  • UPDATE: Bail hearings scheduled for men accused of firearm charges, possession of stolen property following incident at Clarenville home
  • RCMP investigating Hare Bay home invasion
  • Home remodeling show personality accused of molesting girl
  • Mexico: Gunmen kill 9 at home in Monterrey suburb
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  • Police investigating sudden death at Sydney home
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  • Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home latest to offer cremation service
  • Two men caught inside St. John’s home were driving stolen vehicle
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  • Ascension Collegiate Senior Girls Volleyball bring home banner
  • Former Pictou County nursing home administrator charged with theft
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  • Muslims at home in Quebec: Couillard discusses mosque shooting a year later
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  • Lennox Island man sentenced for entering home, accosting babysitter
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  • Award-winning artist Cyndi Lauper sells Connecticut home
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  • Exiled Zimbabwe musician to return home for performance
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  • Canadian welterweight Rory MacDonald returns home with Bellator title
  • Homeowners in Deer Lake’s volunteer evacuation zone vow to stay until the last minute
  • City approves personal care home near Quidi Vidi Lake
  • City approves Quidi Vidi Home
  • Pictou County Home Care merges with Careforce
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  • Californians who fled mudslides may start going home Jan. 31
  • US hockey GM dies unexpectedly at Colorado Springs home
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  • Nathaniel Lamoureux plans to keep Dingwell Funeral Home’s name and build on its reputation
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  • Cape Breton man charged after a North Sydney home was rammed with a stolen payloader to undergo psych assessment
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  • Changes made to Nova Scotia's home heating fund
  • Island junior teams content with home cooking
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  • Dolores O'Riordan found second home in Ontario, called herself 'half a Canuck'
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Recently, I decided to keep a profile for every William McDonald I come across – related or not. It’s a small project I’ll keep adding to over the coming years that will hopefully help me and other researchers in their quest for information on William McDonald.

You can learn why at the blog post One Name Study – William McDonald.

If you have a William McDonald/MacDonald you want to add to the list, send me the basic information. I don’t need a lot. In fact, I’d like to keep this as bare-bones as possible. As a reference, their obituary will do. If not available, another record can be used. Or just send the information. If you wish, you can include your name and email address on the Contact line so others can reach you.

Here are two of my William McDonalds.

#1 Name: William McDonald

  • Date of Birth: Around 1793 (Baptised August 7, 1793, Christ Church, Shelburne Co., NS)
  • Place of Birth: Harrigan Cove, Halifax County, NS
  • Date of Death:
  • Place of Death: Harrigan Cove, NS
  • Place of Burial: Supposedly buried on an island, just off the shore, Harrigan Cove
  • Other Places of Interest:
  • Mother: Mary Robichaud
  • Father: Alexander McDonald, born Scotland
  • Married: Martha before 1846
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  • 1. William Aaron McDonald: 1847 (or 1846), Bay of Islands, NS – between 1886 and 1891, Liscomb Mills, married Jane Baker
  • Possibly five other kids.
  • Reference:
  • Contacts: Diane Lynn Tibert: tibert@ns.sympatico.ca

#2 Name: William Aaron McDonald

  • Date of Birth: September 5, 1847 (or 1846)
  • Place of Birth: Bay of Islands, Eastern Shore, NS (Harrigan Cove)
  • Date of Death: between 1886 (birth of his youngest child) and 1891 (1891 Census).
  • Place of Death: Probably Liscomb Mills, Guysborough County, NS
  • Place of Burial: Probably Liscomb Mills, Guysborough County, NS
  • Other Places of Interest: All his children were born at Liscomb Mills.
  • Mother: Martha
  • Father: William McDonald
  • Married: Jane Baker
  • Date and Place of Marriage: Jane Baker on October 7, 1867 at St. Mary’s River
  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. John William MacDonald: 1870, Liscomb Mills – July 12, 1924, Liscomb, married 1st Margaret S. Crooks, 2nd Maggie Jane Helpard, 3rd Mary Sophia Babineau
  • 2. Simon McDonald: c.1873, Liscomb Mills – after 1911, married Lucy Ann Lang
  • 3. Samuel McDonald: c.1875, Liscomb Mills – between 1930 and 1940, New Germany, NS, married 1st Annie Crooks, 2nd, lady from the Valley, NS
  • 4. Effie Bell McDonald: c.1881, Liscomb Mills – after 1911, married Patrick Shreeman
  • 5. Harriett (Mattie) McDonald: 1885 or 1888, Liscomb Mills – March 25, 1961, Halifax, married William Henry McDonald
  • 6. Eva Selina McDonald: December 18, 1886, Liscomb Mills – August 23, 1979, Liscomb, married William Clarence Typert
  • Reference:
  • Contacts: Diane Lynn Tibert: tibert@ns.sympatico.ca

One Name Study: William McDonald of Nova Scotia

Below (in no particular order) are many of the William Mc/MacDonalds who lived in Nova Scotia at one time or another. They may have been born here, lived for a few years here or died here. If you have information to add, please refer to the William by the four-digit reference number. The following information will be gathered for each:

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Last Updated: January 20, 2012

Total Number of Wm Mc/MacDonalds to date: 31

0001. Name: William McDonald

  • Date of Birth: guess – about 1808
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  • Married: Ellen Lowther of Dublin, NS
  • Date and Place of Marriage: June 21, 1833 at Sherbrooke, Guysborough County, NS
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  • Reference: #2529, Married – June 21 at Sherbrooke by Rev. C. Johnson, Rev. William McDonald to Miss Ellen Lowther of Dublin. (Monday August 5, 1833, Halifax Journal)
  • Source: Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Newspapers 1829-1834, GANS Publication #6, page 107. Gathered by Diana Lynn Tibert at Genealogy Centre, Memory Lane, Lake Charlotte, Halifax County, NS on Saturday August 25, 2007.

0002. Name: William McDonald

  • Date of Birth: About 1830
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  • Date of Death: Before January 1923 (death of wife)
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  • Other Places of Interest: Wife died at Cook’s Cove, Guysborough County, NS; buried in Guysborough Cemetery
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  • Married: Sarah Atkins
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  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. daughter McDonald, married William Atkins
  • 2. daughter McDonald, married Thomas Robinson
  • 3. Norman McDonald
  • 4. George McDonald
  • Reference: Wife’s OBITUARY: ? – McDONALD, Sarah: January 1923, The Canso Breeze: Dec. 30th–The death occurred at Cook’s Cove on Friday, Dec. 15th, of Sarah, widow of the late William McDonald. The deceased was 94 years of age and had been in failing health for some time. She leaves to mourn their loss, two daughters, Mrs. William Atkins, of Guysboro, and Mrs. Thomas Robinson, Truro, N.S., two sons, Norman, and George, with whom she resided. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Forbes, pastor of the Methodist Church. Interment took place at Guysboro Cemetery. (Found on January 1923,The Canso Breeze on-line: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~guys/breeze7.html)

0003. Name: William MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: About 1920
  • Place of Birth: Sister born in North Riverside, Guysborough County, NS
  • Date of Death: Before November 2007 (sister’s death)
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  • Mother: Jane Fitzgerald
  • Father: Christopher MacDonald
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  • Reference: Sister’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, Marion Cecelia: Saturday November 3, 2007, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, Marion Cecelia – 83, R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home, Antigonish, passed away on November 2, 2007, in St. Martha’s Regional Hospital, Antigonish. Born in North Riverside, Guysborough Co., on January 27, 1924, she was a daughter of the late Christopher and Jane (Fitzgerald) MacDonald. Marion lived on Brookland Street, Antigonish for the past 47 years. She was employed at the Royal George for many years and cared for her parents until the time of their deaths. She is survived by her sister, Mary Sampson, R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home; nieces, Joan (Basil) Welsh, North Riverside; Lorraine Scott, Hamilton, Ont.; four grandnieces; one grandnephew and a great-grandnephew. She was predeceased by brothers, Charlie, Maurice, Edward, William, Frank; sister, Florence. Visitation will be in C.L. Curry Funeral Home, 135 College St., Antigonish, on Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral mass will be held in R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home Chapel on Monday at 10 a.m. with Rev. Tom MacNeil presiding. Burial in St. Ninian’s Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Memorial donations may be made to St. Martha’s Hospital Foundation. On-line condolences: www.clcurry.com

0004. Name: William MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: About 1922
  • Place of Birth: Maybe New Glasgow, NS – his sister was.
  • Date of Death: Before October 2007
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  • Mother: Mabel Ryder
  • Father: Ronald MacDonald
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  • Reference: Sister’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD – ORMROD, Bertha C.: Monday October 15, 2007, Halifax Herald: ORMROD, Bertha C. – Westville Road. It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of our special mother, Bertha Clarissa Ormrod, Westville Road, on Saturday, October 13, 2007, in Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow. Bertha was born in New Glasgow, January 24, 1927, a daughter of the late Ronald and Mabel (Ryder) MacDonald. She had delivered special telegrams for the CNR and later briefly worked in Clairtone, McCarron’s Restaurant and James Diner. She is survived by daughters, Audrey Dowell (Arthur), Green Hill; Linda Broda (Ron), Victoria, B.C.; son, Michael (Sandra), New Glasgow; and several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She is also survived by sisters-in-law, Daisy MacDonald, Alma; Thelma MacDonald, New Glasgow, and Irene MacDonald, Thorburn. She was predeceased by her husband, George; son, David; and daughter, Gina; as well as infant grandsons, Arthur and Gerald; brothers, John F., Bernard, Alfred, Ambrose, and William; and sisters, Ellen, Marguerite Watters, Agnes Carter, Marjorie Glacier, Marie “Vee” Raun, and Anna Marcipont. Visitation will be held 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in Eagles Funeral Home, Westville. Her funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Church of the Holy Name, Westville, with Father Donald Boudreau officiating. Burial will be in the Holy Name Cemetery, Westville.

0005. Name: William MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guess 1925
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  • Date of Death: Before 1986
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  • Step-mother: Beulah Iona Keddy
  • Father: Roderick MacDonald
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  • Reference: Step-mother’s OBITUARY: KEDDY – MacDONALD, Beulah Iona: 1986, Bridgewater Bulletin: Beulah Iona MacDonald: The death of Beulah Iona MacDonald, 86 years old, occurred at the Fishermen’s Memorial Hospital in Lunenburg early Sunday morning, April 27, 1986. She was predeceased by her husband, Roderick MacDonald, 13 years ago. Born at Northwest, she was the daughter of the late Alfred and Eva (Eisenhauer) Keddy. She lived most of her life in U.S.A. After the death of her husband, she moved to Lunenburg where she resided with her sister and family. She is survived by her sister, Luella (Mrs. Moyle Dauphinee); several nieces and nephews; a step_son, Joseph; and several step-grandchildren. Besides her husband and parents, she was predeceased by two sisters, (Olive) Mrs. Emery Daurie) and Verna; a brother, Ernest; and a step-son, William MacDonald. The funeral was held at Zion’s Lutheran Church, Lunenburg (where she was a member), her pastor, Rev. James Slack, officiating. Interment was in the family lot at the Northwest Cemetery. The pallbearers were Earl Dauphinee, Urban Eisenhauer, Duncan Spidle, Olin Spidle, Freeman Rhuland, and Everett Dares. (Posted to Lunenburg List by Rosemary Rafuse)

0006. Name: William MacDonald?

(Not sure if MacDonald was his last name. See Mother’s obituary)

  • Date of Birth: guess – about 1937
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  • Other Places of Interest: Lived at Mount Thom, Pictou County, NS (2007)
  • Mother: Anna Isabel MacDonald, born Pictou County, daughter of Olivia and Rod MacDonald
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  • Reference: Mother’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, Anna Isabel: Wednesday September 12, 2007, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, Anna Isabel – 95, Mount Thom, passed away at home on Monday, September 10, 2007. Born May 10, 1912, in Watervale, Pictou Co., she was a daughter of the late Rod and Olivia MacDonald. Anna loved her home and family and especially enjoyed cooking and baking for them. She was a member of St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, Salt Springs. Anna was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Surviving are sons, William and Daniel (Clarice), Mount Thom; daughters, Marie (Gary) Langille, New Glasgow, and Jessie (Bob) McKay, Springville; grandchildren, Patsy (Dave Carrigan) Langille, Westville; Ellie (Mike) Melanson, Marathon, Ont.; Cyndi (Kelly) Parks, Salt Springs; Rod (Cheryl) MacDonald, Lovat; Paul (Misty) McKay, East Stewiacke; Brian (Brenda Rogers) McKay, Springville; Kevin (Amanda Blenkhorn) McKay, Stellarton; and fifteen great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her daughter, Patsy, as well as an infant daughter; brothers, Colin, Gilbert, Jack, and Martin; and sister, Ellen. Arrangements have been entrusted to McLaren Funeral Home, Pictou, with visitation to be held 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday in St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, Salt Springs, with Rev. Barb Fotheringham officiating. Interment to follow in Caledonia Cemetery, Salt Springs. Donations in Anna’s memory may be made to St. Luke’s Prebyterian Church, Salt Springs.

0007. Name: William Bradley MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guessing 1912
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  • Other Places of Interest: Son, William Jr., born at Halifax, NS
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  • Married: Winnifred Agnes Ashton
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  • 1. William Carson ‘Junior’ MacDonald, married Betty
  • 2. Everett MacDonald
  • 3. Gordon MacDonald
  • 4. Wayne MacDonald
  • 5. Joyce MacDonald, married Mr. Beazley
  • 6. Shirley MacDonald, married Mr. Whalen
  • 7. Betty MacDonald, married Mr. Timmons
  • Reference: Son’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, William Carson ‘Junior’: Sunday September 9, 2007, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, William Carson “Junior” – 70, Whites Lake. It is with heartfelt sorrow we announce Junior’s sudden passing on Friday, September 7, 2007, in the Halifax Infirmary, QEII. Born in Halifax, he was a son of the late William Bradley and Winnifred Agnes (Ashton) MacDonald. Junior was a pipe fitter for many years. He worked for Scotia Sprinklers and at one time started his own company, Pro-Mac Sprinklers, and retired in his sixties. His wife, his girls and his grandchildren were the love of his life, as he was to them. Junior loved sports, hunting and fishing, and he enjoyed so much “Going down to the camp” with the guys. He enjoyed feeding his many stray cats. Junior was loved by everyone who knew him. He is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Betty; daughters, Joanne Deal (Bernard), Julie Slaunwhite (Travis), Cindy Craig (Jimmy); grandchildren, Nicholas (Courtney), Jason (Jodie), Amanda, Josh, Chad, and Holly; brothers, Everett, Gordon, Wayne; sisters, Joyce Beazley, Shirley Whalen, Betty Timmons, and many nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service to be held 2 p.m. Monday, September 10, in St. Timothy’s Anglican Church, Hatchet Lake, with Rev. Lisa Vaughn officiating. Interment at a later date in Sunrise Park Cemetery, Hatchet Lake. Donations in memory of William may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. Family flowers only please. E-mail condolences may be sent to: condolences.snow@ns.aliantzinc.ca

0008. Name: William Carson ‘Junior’ MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: c.1937
  • Place of Birth: Halifax, NS
  • Date of Death: September 7, 2007, age 70
  • Place of Death: Halifax, NS
  • Place of Burial: Sunrise Park Cemetery, Hatchet Lake, Halifax County, NS
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  • Mother: Winnifred Agnes Ashton
  • Father: William Bradley MacDonald
  • Married: Betty
  • Date and Place of Marriage: c.1958 (49 years in 2007)
  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. Joanne MacDonald, married Bernard Deal
  • 2. Julie MacDonald, married Travis Slaunwhite
  • 3. Cindy MacDonald, married Jimmy Craig
  • Reference: OBITUARY: MacDONALD, William Carson ‘Junior’: Sunday September 9, 2007, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, William Carson “Junior” – 70, Whites Lake. It is with heartfelt sorrow we announce Junior’s sudden passing on Friday, September 7, 2007, in the Halifax Infirmary, QEII. Born in Halifax, he was a son of the late William Bradley and Winnifred Agnes (Ashton) MacDonald. Junior was a pipe fitter for many years. He worked for Scotia Sprinklers and at one time started his own company, Pro-Mac Sprinklers, and retired in his sixties. His wife, his girls and his grandchildren were the love of his life, as he was to them. Junior loved sports, hunting and fishing, and he enjoyed so much “Going down to the camp” with the guys. He enjoyed feeding his many stray cats. Junior was loved by everyone who knew him. He is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Betty; daughters, Joanne Deal (Bernard), Julie Slaunwhite (Travis), Cindy Craig (Jimmy); grandchildren, Nicholas (Courtney), Jason (Jodie), Amanda, Josh, Chad, and Holly; brothers, Everett, Gordon, Wayne; sisters, Joyce Beazley, Shirley Whalen, Betty Timmons, and many nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service to be held 2 p.m. Monday, September 10, in St. Timothy’s Anglican Church, Hatchet Lake, with Rev. Lisa Vaughn officiating. Interment at a later date in Sunrise Park Cemetery, Hatchet Lake. Donations in memory of William may be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. Family flowers only please. E-mail condolences may be sent to: condolences.snow@ns.aliantzinc.ca

0009. Name: William Herbert ‘Bill’ MacDonald Sr.

  • Date of Birth: Guessing 1910
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  • Other Places of Interest: Thorburn, NS (where his son was born)
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  • Married: Sarah Violet Haddad
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  • 1. William Herbert ‘Bill’ MacDonald Jr.
  • 2. Doris MacDonald, married Mr. Sloan
  • 3. Ann MacDonald, married Mr. Ramsay
  • 4. Clarence MacDonald (died in infancy)
  • Reference: Son’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, William Herbert ‘Bill’: September 8, 2000, Halifax Herald (Obit #1670): MacDONALD, William Herbert “Bill” – 65, Thorburn, died Wednesday, September 6, 2000, at his cottage in Garden of Eden, Pictou Co. Born in Thorburn, he was a son of the late William Herbert and Sarah Violet (Haddad) MacDonald. He was an adherent of St. Alban’s Anglican Church, Thorburn. He had been employed at the former Eastern Wood Workers, the McBain Mine, Thorburn (16 years), forestry and Michelin Tire, Granton (16 years) retiring in 1991. He enjoyed fishing and hunting. He will be sadly missed by his wife, Catherine Eliza “Kay” (Smith); children, Charlotte (Cyril) Munroe, Thorburn; Finley (Vanda) MacDonald, Waterside; Aldena MacDonald, Durham; Ricky (Monique) MacDonald, Sylvester; Doris (Donnie) Patterson, Thorburn; sisters, Doris Sloan, Stellarton; Ann Ramsay, Toronto; grandchildren, Crystal (Todd) Snell; Nicholas and Neil MacDonald; Matthew Clark; Lance Munroe; Nicole and Tyler MacDonald; Connor Patterson; great-grandson, Ethan Snell; numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by an infant son, Harvey; infant brother, Clarence. Visitation will be held 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in P. & K. MacDonald Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday in St. Alban’s Anglican Church, Rev. Jack Wainwright officiating. Burial will be in Thorburn Cemetery. Donations may be made in his memory to the Blue Mountain Volunteer Fire Department or Canadian Diabetes Association. (Posted to Guysborough List by Doug Sinnis)

0010. Name: William Herbert ‘Bill’ MacDonald Jr.

  • Date of Birth: c.1935
  • Place of Birth: Thorburn, NS
  • Date of Death: September 6, 2000
  • Place of Death: Garden of Eden, Pictou County, NS
  • Place of Burial: Thorburn Cemetery.
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  • Mother: Sarah Violet Haddad
  • Father: William Herbert MacDonald Sr.
  • Married: Catherine Eliza ‘Kay’ Smith
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  • 1. Charlotte MacDonald, married Cyril Munroe
  • 2. Finley MacDonald, married Vanda
  • 3. Aldena MacDonald
  • 4. Ricky MacDonald, married Monique
  • 5. Doris MacDonald, married Donnie Patterson
  • 6. Harvey MacDonald (died in infancy)
  • Reference: OBITUARY: MacDONALD, William Herbert ‘Bill’: September 8, 2000, Halifax Herald (Obit #1670): MacDONALD, William Herbert “Bill” – 65, Thorburn, died Wednesday, September 6, 2000, at his cottage in Garden of Eden, Pictou Co. Born in Thorburn, he was a son of the late William Herbert and Sarah Violet (Haddad) MacDonald. He was an adherent of St. Alban’s Anglican Church, Thorburn. He had been employed at the former Eastern Wood Workers, the McBain Mine, Thorburn (16 years), forestry and Michelin Tire, Granton (16 years) retiring in 1991. He enjoyed fishing and hunting. He will be sadly missed by his wife, Catherine Eliza “Kay” (Smith); children, Charlotte (Cyril) Munroe, Thorburn; Finley (Vanda) MacDonald, Waterside; Aldena MacDonald, Durham; Ricky (Monique) MacDonald, Sylvester; Doris (Donnie) Patterson, Thorburn; sisters, Doris Sloan, Stellarton; Ann Ramsay, Toronto; grandchildren, Crystal (Todd) Snell; Nicholas and Neil MacDonald; Matthew Clark; Lance Munroe; Nicole and Tyler MacDonald; Connor Patterson; great-grandson, Ethan Snell; numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by an infant son, Harvey; infant brother, Clarence. Visitation will be held 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in P. & K. MacDonald Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday in St. Alban’s Anglican Church, Rev. Jack Wainwright officiating. Burial will be in Thorburn Cemetery. Donations may be made in his memory to the Blue Mountain Volunteer Fire Department or Canadian Diabetes Association. (Posted to Guysborough List by Doug Sinnis)

0011. Name: William Kenneth ‘Bill’ MacDonald (Veteran WWII)

  • Date of Birth: c.1923
  • Place of Birth: Rocky Mountain, Pictou County, NS
  • Date of Death: May 21, 2004, age 81
  • Place of Death: Dartmouth General Hospital, Dartmouth, NS
  • Place of Burial: Valley View Cemetery
  • Other Places of Interest: Enfield: Last Permanent Residence; Mineville: Lived with son for last two years.
  • Mother: Thressa Cameron
  • Father: Neil MacDonald
  • Married: Laura Cameron
  • Date and Place of Marriage:
  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. Gary MacDonald, married Yvonne
  • Reference: OBITUARY: MacDONALD, William Kenneth ‘Bill’: Saturday, May 22, 2004, The Halifax Herald Limited: MacDONALD, William Kenneth “Bill” – 81, Enfield, formerly of Rocky Mountain, Pictou Co., passed away Friday, May 21, 2004, in the Palliative Care Unit, Dartmouth General Hospital. Born in Rocky Mountain, Pictou Co., he was a son of the late Neil and Thressa (Cameron) MacDonald. Bill was a veteran of the Second World War. He worked in the woods at a very young age before joining the army. After he came home from overseas, he again worked in the woods. He then worked for Department of Highways before moving to Halifax in 1960 to work on the Bicentennial Highway. He had several jobs after that before starting his own business “MacDonald’s Bottle Exchange” where he worked until 1999. He was a member of Wellington United Church where he spent many years welcoming people at the door. Although from Enfield, Bill had been living with his son in Mineville for the past two years. Surviving are son, Gary (Yvonne) MacDonald, Mineville; brothers, Daniel A. “Bud” (Margaret), Rocky Mountain; George F. (Elsie), Rocky Mountain; sisters; Mae MacDonald, Dover Plains, New York; Anne Henderson, Thorburn; Theresa Fraser, Garden of Eden; Shirley (Keith) Cruickshank, Caledonia; grandchildren, Scott, Calgary; Tammy (Greg) Flatt, Sackville; stepgrandchildren, Paula (Darrell) Hewey, Dartmouth; Greg (Tanya) Skelhorn, Prospect Bay; great-grandchildren, Alexandra, Matthew, Emma, Caitlyn, and Meaghan; special companion, Alice Allen, Wellington; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Laura Cameron; sister, Helen Hillier; brother, Robert “Bob”; great-grandson, Leon. Visitation will be from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday in H.W. Angus Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in Zion Presbyterian Church, East River St. Mary’s, Rev. Calvin Crichton officiating. Burial will be in Valley View Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations in Bill’s memory may be made to a charity of your choice.

0012. Name: William J. MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guessing 1914
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  • Other Places of Interest: Daughter born at Earltown, NS
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  • Married: Gladys Sutherland
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  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. Donna Margaret MacDonald
  • 2. Edna MacDonald, married Mr. Matheson
  • 3. Ruth MacDonald, married George Graham
  • 4. Shirley MacDonald, married Carl MacDonald
  • Reference: Daughter’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, Donna Margaret: Thursday October 18, 2007, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, Donna Margaret – 68, Truro, passed away October 16, 2007, in the VG Site, QEII, Halifax. Born in Earltown, she was a daughter of the late William J. and Gladys (Sutherland) MacDonald. She served as a librarian in Baddeck, Glace Bay and Sydney from 1959 until her retirement in 1999. Surviving are her sisters, Edna Matheson, Tantallon; Ruth (George) Graham, Upper Stewiacke; Shirley (Dr. Carl) MacDonald; North River Bridge, Cape Breton; several nieces and nephews. Funeral will be held on Friday at 1 p.m. in St. James Presbyterian Church, Truro, Rev. Dr. Brian Ross officiating. Burial to follow in Earltown Village Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society or a charity of choice. Arrangements are under the direction of Arimathea Funeral Co-operative, Upper Musquodoboit.

0013. Name: William James MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: About 1895
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  • Other Places of Interest: Son born Sydney Mines
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  • Married: Eva Way
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  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. Henry Edgar ‘Duff’: March 13, 1918, Sydney Mines – August 15, 2009, Pictou, married Jean Macdonald, 1946
  • 2. Douglas MacDonald, married Connie
  • 3. Keith MacDonald, married Pat
  • 4. Horace MacDonald, married Chris
  • 5. Shirley MacDonald, married Mr. Hickey
  • Reference: Son’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, Henry Edgar ‘Duff’: Tuesday August 18, 2009, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, Henry Edgar “Duff”: Passed away on Saturday, August 15, 2009, in Northumberland Veteran’s Unit in Pictou. Born March 13, 1918, in Sydney Mines, to William James and Eva (Way) MacDonald, Duff graduated from Mount Alison University with a B.Sc. in 1939, and taught at the Mount Alison Academy for two years. He joined the Canadian Army in 1942 as a Lieutenant in the Royal Canadian Artillery and served in Canada, England and NW Europe. Upon return to Canada, he married Jean Macdonald in 1946 and attended the University of Toronto to complete post-graduate studies in education. Returning to Nova Scotia, he joined the staff at New Glasgow High School to teach math and was principal of New Glasgow Junior High School for 25 years. Duff was an active member of the Nova Scotia Headmasters Association and participated in school curling, rugby, army cadets and pipe and drum bands. His involvement in Cadets took him to National Cadet Camps in Alberta and Jamaica. He was president of the National Cadet Services of Canada He spent 20 years instructing at army cadet camps and was awarded the Centennial Medal and the Canadian Decoration and Clasp. As a member of Trinity United Church, he served as Sunday school teacher, elder, honorary elder and member of the board of stewards. Interest in his Scottish heritage led Duff to serve as Commissioner of Clan Donald for Nova Scotia., and as president of the St. Andrews Society and the New Glasgow Festival of the Tartans. Duff was a member of the New Glasgow Gyro Club, Albion Lodge, Pictou County Shrine and the Royal Canadian Legion. A caring and thoughtful husband and father, he took pride in his three children, seven grandchildren, one great-grandson. He is survived by Jean, his wife of 63 years; daughter, Ellen (Eric Gozna) of St Andrews, N.B.; sons, Bruce (Sheila Holmes) of Gaspereau; and Ross (Shelly White) of Port Elgin, Ont; grandchildren, Alison (Gozna) Brazeau (Dan), Cate (Gozna) Willett (Jordan), Ethan, Alana, Blake MacDonald and Jessica and Rachel MacDonald; and great-grandson, Joseph Eric Brazeau. He is also survived by brothers, Douglas (Connie) MacDonald of Sydney Mines; Keith (Pat) MacDonald of Wolfville; and brother-in-law, Todd Hickey of Sydney Mines. He was predeceased by brother, Horace (Chris) MacDonald; sister, Shirley Hickey; brother-in-law, Ian Macdonald and his wife, Mary; and brother-in-law, Allister Macdonald (Beth), Toronto. Visitation 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday in R.H. Porter Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Funeral service 2 p.m. Wednesday in Trinity United Church with Rev. Arlene Riches officiating. Reception to follow. Burial will be in Heatherdale Memorial Gardens. Family flowers only please. Memorial donations in his memory may be made to the Canadian Diabetic Association or the charity of one’s choice. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 34, New Glasgow will meet at the funeral home at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday to conduct their service. Albion Masonic Lodge will meet at the funeral home at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday to conduct their service. Condolences at: www.rhporter.ca

0014. Name: William MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guess around 1920
  • Place of Birth:
  • Date of Death: Before 2009 (sister’s death)
  • Place of Death:
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  • Other Places of Interest: Sister died in or near Sydney Forks, NS
  • Mother: Elizabeth Rockett
  • Father: John D. MacDonald
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  • Reference: Sister’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD – SAMPSON, Blanche Rita: Wednesday May 27, 2009, Halifax Herald: SAMPSON (MacDonald), Blanche Rita: Died May 25, 2009. She was a daughter of the late John D. and Elizabeth (Rockett) MacDonald. She is survived by sons, Raymond, Edward (Dorothy), William (Delores), Philip (Shirley); 14 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren and her great great-grandson. Predeceased by husband, Freeman; daughter, Lois; brothers, John, William and Joseph and son, Jimmy. Visitation in T.W. Curry Parkview Chapel today, 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Funeral mass Thursday, 11 a.m. in Holy Redeemer Church with Rev. Dan MacInnis officiating. Interment in Resurrection Cemetery, Sydney Forks. http://www.mem.com or twcurryparkviewchapel@ns.sympatico.ca

0015. Name: William ‘Bill’ MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guess around 1910
  • Place of Birth:
  • Date of Death: Before 2009 (sister’s death)
  • Place of Death:
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  • Other Places of Interest: Sister lived at Milford Station, Hants County, NS
  • Mother: Alice Mae Murphy
  • Father: James Howard MacDonald
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  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • Reference: Sister’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD – GEDDES, Marion Grace: Monday May 18, 2009, Halifax Herald: GEDDES, Marion Grace: Maplestone Enhanced Care Facility, Halifax (formerly of Milford Station). It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved mother, in her 98th year, on May 15, 2009, in Maplestone where she has lived for the past 33 years. Marion was a daughter of the late James Howard and Alice Mae (Murphy) MacDonald and the wife of late Frank Geddes of Milford Station. She is survived by her son, Donald (Emma) Ottawa, Ont.; daughter, Margaret (Peggy wife of the late Perry Giffen) Milford Station; son, David (Carol) Kingston, along with eight grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and one great great-grandchild. Predeceased by her sisters, Evelyn, Freda and brothers, Clyde and Bill. Marion loved to sing, dance and play the piano. For many years she was a member of the Milford United Church choir. One of her proudest accomplishments was her nursing training she received from the Grace Maternity hospital, Halifax. She will always be remembered for her quick wit and love of laughter, which was encouraged and supported by the caring staff at Maplestone. The Family are very appreciative for the excellent care and compassionate attention their mother received from Doctor Mishra and all the staff at Maplestone especially those on Evans Court. Visitation Tuesday, 19 May from 7-9 p.m. in the Milford-Lantz United Church, 2134 Hwy #2, and a Funeral service will be held in the church on Wednesday, 20 May at 1 p.m., Rev. Helen Waddell officiating, burial will follow in Oak Hill Cemetery. She will be sadly missed by her many friends and family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Milford-Lantz United Church or to a charity of your choice.
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0016. Name: William McDonald

  • Date of Birth: Around 1824
  • Place of Birth: Probably Harrigan Cove, Halifax County, NS
  • Date of Death: Before 1901 Census
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  • Mother: Mary Elizabeth Nolan
  • Father: Alexander James McDonald
  • Married: Charlotte Moser
  • Date and Place of Marriage: January 8, 1851
  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. George McDonald, born September 5, 1857
  • Reference:
  • Contacts: Diane Tibert: tiber@ns.sympatico.ca

0017. Name: William Henry MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: 1882
  • Place of Birth: Liscomb Mills, Guysborough County, NS
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  • Mother: Margaret Rumley
  • Father: Abraham McDonald
  • Married: Harriett McDonald
  • Date and Place of Marriage: February 3, 1902, Liscomb, Guysborough County, NS
  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. Hilda Bertha McDonald: born 1902
  • 2. Angus Edward McDonald: born May 28, 1915
  • 3. Nora McDonald
  • 4. Myrtle McDonald
  • Reference: OBITUARY: MacDONALD, William Henry: April 8, 1975, Halifax Chronicle Herald: William Henry MacDonald, 92, Charles Street, Halifax, NS, born in Liscombe Mills, Guysborough Co., NS was the son of the late Abraham and Margaret Rumley MacDonald. He worked at Liscomb Falls Power Plant, worked as a fisherman, and retired as a carpenter from HMCS dockyards in 1950. Surviving are one daughter, Hilda [Mrs Alva Mauger], Cape Breton; and one son Angus, Halifax, NS. He was predeceased by two wives, Harriet MacDonald and Rose Lang and 2 daughters. He was buried in Memorial Gardens, Sackville, NS. Residence 5797 Charles St. Died April 7, 1975. Funeral Wednesday – Halifax Funeral Home Chapel.
  • Contacts: Diane Tibert: tibert@ns.sympatico.ca

0018. Name: William Edwin ‘Bill’ MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: c.1935
  • Place of Birth: Florence, NS
  • Date of Death: April 29, 2009, age 74
  • Place of Death: Glace Bay, NS
  • Place of Burial: Probably Glace Bay
  • Other Places of Interest:
  • Mother: Edith Orr
  • Father: Archie MacDonald
  • Married: Shirley MacGregor
  • Date and Place of Marriage:
  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. Jean Anne MacDonald, married Mr. Farrow
  • 2. Wendy MacDonald, married Mr. Rideout
  • 3. Robert MacDonald
  • 4. Ross MacDonald
  • 5. Douglas MacDonald
  • Reference: OBITUARY: MacDONALD, William Edwin ‘Bill’: Saturday May 2, 2009, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, William Edwin “Bill”: 74, Glace Bay, passed away on April 29, 2009. Born in Florence, he was the son of the late Archie and Edith (Orr) MacDonald. He is survived by his wife, the former Shirley MacGregor; daughters, Jean Anne Farrow, Wendy Rideout; sons, Robert, Ross, Douglas; brothers, Archie, Gordon, Ross Ferry and Robert; 14 grandchildren. He was predeceased by sister-in-law, Joan MacDonald; and daughter-in-law, Wendy Stubbard. Visitation will be today from 2-4, 7-9 p.m. in the V.J. McGillivray Funeral Home, 16 Reserve St., Glace Bay. The funeral service will be on Sunday at 2 p.m. in Knox United Church, Glace Bay.
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0019. Name: William MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guessing 1920
  • Place of Birth: Brother was born in Mount Pleasant, Digby County, NS
  • Date of Death: Before 2009
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  • Mother: Lucy VanTassel
  • Father: Gordon MacDonald
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  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • Reference: Brother’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, Joseph Alexander ‘Joe’: Thursday April 23, 2009, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, Joseph Alexander “Joe”: Roseway Manor, formerly of Shelburne, passed away in Roseway Manor, Sandy Point, Shelburne Co., April 21, 2009. Born in Mount Pleasant, Digby Co., he was a son of the late Gordon and Lucy (VanTassel) MacDonald. Joe was a merchant mariner during the Second World War and then became a fisherman for a number of years. In his later years he was an owner/operator of a taxi in Shelburne. Joe was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 63, as well as a member of the Loyalist Seniors Club. He loved to play cards and bowl. He enjoyed taking leisurely drives with his faithful companion, his dog “Precious”. He is survived by daughter, Linda Mullins, Shelburne; brothers, Edward (Anita), Hamilton, Ont.; Wallace, Hamilton, Ont.; sisters, Marjorie Tucker, Concession, Digby Co.; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his common-law spouse, Myrtle Mullins; brothers, William and John; sister, Ada. Visitation will be Thursday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. in H.M. Huskilson’s Funeral Home. A funeral service will take place on Friday, April 24, at 2 p.m. in St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church with Father Pat O’Meara officiating. Interment in St. Thomas Roman Catholic Churchyard Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Roseway Manor, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia or a charity of choice. On-line condolences may be sent to: hmhuskilson@ns.aliantzinc.ca or you may sign the guest book at: http://www.huskilson.net
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0020. Name: William ‘Billy’ MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guessing about 1930
  • Place of Birth:
  • Date of Death: Before 2009
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  • Mother: Evelyn Davis
  • Father: William ‘Billy’ MacDonald
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  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. Winnifred Evelyn MacDonald, died April 20, 2009, married John Wujek
  • 2. Donald MacDonald, married Winnifred
  • Reference: Daughter’s OBITUARY: Thursday April 23, 2009, Halifax Herald: WUJEK, Winnifred Evelyn: Died April 20, 2009. She was a daughter of the late Billy and Evelyn (Davis) MacDonald. She is survived by her daughter, Karen (Patrick Reid); grandchildren, Amanda and Elyse; brother, Donald (Winnifred); brother-in-law, Frank Wujek (Carmie). She will be greatly missed by her little friend, Oreo. She was predeceased by her husband, John in January and special aunt and uncle, Stella and Harry Davis. Cremation will take place. Visitation this evening from 7-9 p.m. in V.J. McGillivray Funeral Home. Funeral service Friday at 2 p.m. in St. Mary’s Anglican Church. Interment and reception to follow. http://www.vjmcgillivray.ca
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0021. Name: William K. MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guessing around 1920
  • Place of Birth: Brother born at Rocky Mountain, Pictou County, NS
  • Date of Death: Before 2009
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  • Mother: Tressa Clyburne
  • Father: Kenneth Neil MacDonald
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  • Reference: Brother’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, Daniel A. ‘Bud’: Tuesday April 21, 2009, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, Daniel A. “Bud”: 89, of Rocky Mountain, Pictou Co., passed away April 18, 2009, in Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow. Born in Rocky Mountain, he was a son of the late Kenneth Neil and Tressa (Clyburne) MacDonald. Bud was a lifelong resident of Rocky Mountain. He was employed for many years with the Department of Lands and Forests working on the Garden of Eden Barrens. Bud, in his later years worked for MacLennan Brothers as a grader operator. He also worked on his farm and enjoyed his cows and horses. He enjoyed family times, especially times spent with his grandchildren. He had a love for horse pulls, fishing, playing cards, snacking on cheesies and sweet treats. Bud was a member of Zion Presbyterian Church, East River St., Mary’s. He is survived by his children, Joyce (Donnie) Rae, Coalburn; Scott (Ethel) MacDonald, New Town; Elaine MacDonald, New Glasgow; Kenneth (Toby) MacDonald, Egerton; Jayne (Arnold) Greene, MacPherson’s Mills; grandchildren, Stephanie (Jason) Cameron, Julie (Jeff) MacDonald, Wayne (Jennifer and Rod) MacDonald, Karen MacDonald, Sarah, Daniel and Jenna MacDonald, Janelle and Jillian Greene; great_grandchildren, Carson MacDonald and Isaac Cameron; sisters, Mae MacDonald, New York/Florida; Anne Henderson, Greenwood; Theresa Fraser, Garden of Eden; Shirley (Keith) Cruickshank, New Glasgow; brother, George F. (Elsie) MacDonald, Rocky Mountain; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, Margaret E. Weagle; infant daughter; sister, Helen and brothers, Robert “Bob” and William K. “Bill”. Visitation will be from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday in H.W. Angus Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Zion Presbyterian Church, East River St. Mary’s with Rev. Calvin Crichton officiating. Burial will be in Valley View Cemetery. Donations in memory of Bud may be made to Valley View Cemetery, East River St. Mary’s or Camp Gedde.
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0022. Name: William ‘Bill’ Owen MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: c.1925
  • Place of Birth: Kentville, NS (OBITUARY below)
  • Date of Death: Monday, May 3, 2004, age 79 (See OBITUARY in comment below, Terri Hamblin, January 22, 2012)
  • Place of Death:
  • Place of Burial: Lakeview Cemetery, Lakeville, Kings County, NS (OBITUARY below)
  • Other Places of Interest:
  • Mother: Alberta “Birdie” Thorpe
  • Father: Bryant MacDonald
  • Married: Ruby Melvin (OBITUARY below)
  • Date and Place of Marriage:
  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse) (Noted in OBITUARY below)
  • Reference: Sister’s OBITUARY: Monday April 13, 2009, Halifax Herald: SCHOFIELD, Hilda May: 84, of West Halls Harbour, Kings Co., passed away Saturday, April 11, 2009, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Grafton, Kings Co., she was a daughter of the late Bryant and Alberta (Thorpe) MacDonald. She had been employed with Dominion Paperboard and Canard Poultry. She enjoyed her family and friends as well as reading, puzzle books, camping and was highly skilled at embroidery. She is survived by daughters, Jean (Barry) Lindsay-Brown, The Netherlands; Sherry-Ann (Raymond) Huxter, West Halls Harbour; sons, Bronson (Pauline) Patterson, Long Beach Road, Kings Co.; Bill (Linda) Patterson, Halls Harbour; sister, Jean (Earl) Crandall, New Minas; grandchildren, Nadia, Anita, John, Crystal, Shawn, Sarah, Susan, Dylan, Dawson, Railene, Leigh, Evan, Trever, Katie and Andrew; several great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her former husband, Blake Patterson; her second husband, Lawrence A. Schofield; daughter, Alberta Patterson; sisters, Mary Dunham, Amy Spencer and Alberta Casey; brother, Bill MacDonald; grandson, Bronson Patterson. Cremation has taken place under the direction of White Family Funeral Home, Kentville and there will be no visitation by family request. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, in West Halls Harbour Baptist Church, Pastor David Cumby officiating. A reception will follow in Halls Harbour Fire Hall. Burial will take place in Lakeview Cemetery, Lakeville, Kings Co. Donations in memory may be made to West Halls Harbour Baptist Church, the Annapolis Valley Victorian Order of Nurses – Home Care or Valley Regional Hospital. Special thanks to the staff of Med-B at Valley Regional Hospital, Annapolis Valley Victorian Order of Nurses, and her many visitors. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to White Family Funeral Home, Kentville. On-line inquiries may be directed to: http://www.whitefamilyfuneralhome.com
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0023. Name: William Herbert ‘Bill’ MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: c.1947
  • Place of Birth: Windsor, NS
  • Date of Death: March 28, 2009, age 62
  • Place of Death: Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville, NS
  • Place of Burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Windsor, NS
  • Other Places of Interest:
  • Mother: Florence Kerr
  • Father: William MacDonald
  • Married: Ella Hyrtle
  • Date and Place of Marriage:
  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. Cindy Hyrtle: spouse Rick Huntley
  • 2. Robert Hyrtle
  • 3. Gerald Hyrtle
  • Reference: OBITUARY: MacDONALD, William Herbert ‘Bill’: Tuesday March 31, 2009, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, William Herbert “Bill”: 62, Kentville, formerly of Windsor, passed away Saturday, March 28, 2009, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Windsor, he was a son of the late William and Florence (Kerr) MacDonald. He is survived by daughter, Cindy Hyrtle (Rick Huntley), Wilmot; sons, Robert Hyrtle and Gerald Hyrtle, both of Alberta; sister, Mabel MacDonald (John Keddy), Hortonville; brother, David MacDonald, Halifax; grandchildren, Mary Anne, Marlana, Christa, Arianna, Kyle, Angela, Michelle, Tina, Katie, Nick, and several great-grandchildren. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his loving wife, Ella Hyrtle. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, April 1, at 2 p.m. in Serenity Funeral Home, 1212 Parkway Dr., Port Williams with Rev. Ellen Hunt officiating. Interment will be in Maplewood Cemetery, Windsor. Family flowers only. Donations in memory may be made to Canadian Diabetes Association. Funeral arrangements are under the care and direction of Serenity Funeral Home and Crematorium, P.O. Box 239, Port Williams, NS B0P 1T0. Cards of sympathy and donations may be sent to this address or on-line at: http://www.serenityfuneral.com
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0024. Name: William ‘Bill’ Herbert MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guess born about 1920
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  • Other Places of Interest: Son, William, born at Windsor, NS
  • Mother: Florence Frances Kerr b. Abt. 1923 Hants County, N.S. d. Mar 2000 Hants County, N.S. d/o Albert Kerr
  • Father: William Freeman McDonald b. 1919 Falmouth, Hants, Nova Scotia d. 1994
  • NOTE: His middle name and parents’ names came from Terri Hamblin’s comment below, January 22, 2012)
  • Married: Florence Kerr
  • Date and Place of Marriage:
  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. William Herbert MacDonald, born Windsor
  • 2. Mabel MacDonald, married John Keddy, living Hortonville
  • 3. David MacDonald, living Halifax
  • Reference: Son’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, William Herbert ‘Bill’: Tuesday March 31, 2009, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, William Herbert “Bill”: 62, Kentville, formerly of Windsor, passed away Saturday, March 28, 2009, in Valley Regional Hospital, Kentville. Born in Windsor, he was a son of the late William and Florence (Kerr) MacDonald. He is survived by daughter, Cindy Hyrtle (Rick Huntley), Wilmot; sons, Robert Hyrtle and Gerald Hyrtle, both of Alberta; sister, Mabel MacDonald (John Keddy), Hortonville; brother, David MacDonald, Halifax; grandchildren, Mary Anne, Marlana, Christa, Arianna, Kyle, Angela, Michelle, Tina, Katie, Nick, and several great-grandchildren. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his loving wife, Ella Hyrtle. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, April 1, at 2 p.m. in Serenity Funeral Home, 1212 Parkway Dr., Port Williams with Rev. Ellen Hunt officiating. Interment will be in Maplewood Cemetery, Windsor. Family flowers only. Donations in memory may be made to Canadian Diabetes Association. Funeral arrangements are under the care and direction of Serenity Funeral Home and Crematorium, P.O. Box 239, Port Williams, NS B0P 1T0. Cards of sympathy and donations may be sent to this address or on-line at: http://www.serenityfuneral.com
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0025. Name: William MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guess about 1931
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  • Other Places of Interest: Brother born at Trenton, NS
  • Mother: Mary Elsie DeYoung
  • Father: John Dan MacDonald
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  • Reference: Brother’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, Angus John: Wednesday March 4, 2009, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, Angus John: 78, Linacy, passed away Tuesday, March 3, 2009, in Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow. Born in Trenton, he was a son of the late John Dan and Mary Elsie (DeYoung) MacDonald, and the chosen son of the late William and Loretta Fougere. He was a member of St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, New Glasgow, Knights of Columbus Council No. 1667 and the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 34, New Glasgow. He served in the Royal Canadian Navy for three years, after which he was employed with John Rivers Trucking. He was employed as a welder with Trenton Works from 1964 until retirement in 1988. Angus was a passionate Montreal Canadians fan, as well, he enjoyed fishing, hunting and camping. His greatest love was his family. Surviving are his wife of 45 years, Margaret Cecilia “Peggy” (MacDonald); sons, Tony, Toronto; Tim, Linacy; sisters, Mabel (Tom) Hanna, Halifax; Isabel (Jack) Hammond, Laggan; Bertha Ryan, Hamilton, Ont.; brothers, Spurgeon “Spurge”, Green’s Point; Colie (Mary Bell), Little Harbour; Tom (Louise), Pictou Landing; Dan (Irene), Thorburn; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by son, Jason; sisters, Annie Jane, Lizzie, Mary, Loretta; brothers, Joseph Fougere and William MacDonald. The family will receive visitors from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Thursday in P. & K. MacDonald Funeral Home, New Glasgow. Funeral mass will be held 11 a.m. Friday in St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Gary MacPherson presiding. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations may be made in his memory to Aberdeen Palliative Care Society. http://www.pkmacdonald.ca
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0026. Name: William MacDonald

  • Date of Birth:
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  • Other Places of Interest: Son born at New Glasgow, NS
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  • Married: Mary McCarron
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  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. Donald Hugh “Donnie Lourdes” MacDonald: c.1932, New Glasgow, NS – Jan 15, 2009, age 77, Antigonish, married 1st Genevieve, 2nd Agnes
  • 2. Ian MacDonald
  • 3. Leo MacDonald, married Helen
  • 4. Edward MacDonald, married Joan
  • 5. Eunice MacDonald
  • 6. Rita MacDonald
  • 7. Sander MacDonald
  • 8. Kathleen MacDonald
  • 9. Frances MacDonald
  • Reference: Son’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, Donald Hugh ‘Donnie Lourdes’: Friday January 16, 2009, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, Donald Hugh, “Donnie Lourdes”: 77, Antigonish, passed away peacefully, with his family by his side, Thursday, January 15, 2009, in St. Martha’s Regional Hospital, Antigonish. Born in New Glasgow, he was a son of the late William and Mary (McCarron) MacDonald. Donnie moved to Antigonish in the 1950s and worked for many years as a pharmacist at MacKinnon’s Pharmacy. In 1980 he co-founded MacDonald Drugs from which he retired in 1997. He was an avid golfer and a member of the Antigonish Golf Club for over 50 years, as well as a member of the Seniors Curling League. Donnie was a great storyteller and always had a little joke to pass along to make you smile. Surviving are sons, Donald (Jackie), St. Andrews; Greg (Shelene), Antigonish, and Mary Anita (Jared) Swart, New Jersey; brothers, Ian, Leo (Helen), Halifax; Edward (Joan), Ottawa; sisters, Eunice MacDonald, Rita MacDonald, Lourdes; grandchildren, Christopher, Angus, Calum, James, Brennan, Ben and Owen. Also surviving are his MacKinnon stepchildren, Jane McDermott (Dennis), Calgary, Alta.; Ian MacKinnon (Marlene), Antigonish; Barb MacKinnon (Colin MacDonald), Antigonish; Kathy MacKinnon, Antigonish; Coleen (Frédérick Charette), Sydney, Australia; Rob MacKinnon (Robert Hatfield), Toronto, and his stepgrandchildren, Kelsey, Brett, Alex, Vanessa, Kendal, Morgan, Rory, Galen, Eilidh, Morag, Alicia and Samuel. He was predeceased by his first wife, Genevieve; grandson, Connor and his second wife, Agnes; brother, Sander; sister, Kathleen; sister-in-law, Margie and sister Frances in infancy. Visitation 7-9 p.m. Saturday and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Sunday in MacIsaac Funeral Home, 61 Pleasant St., Antigonish. Mass of Christian Burial 11 a.m. Monday in St. Ninian’s Cathedral, Antigonish. Burial in the parish cemetery. Donations to the Antigonish Branch of the Victorian Order of nurses. http://www.MacIsaacs.ca
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0027. Name: William Adrian ‘Billy’ MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: c.1934
  • Place of Birth: Stellarton, NS
  • Date of Death: December 15, 2008, age 74
  • Place of Death: New Glasgow, NS
  • Place of Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery
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  • Mother: Jennie Louise
  • Father: William B. McDonald
  • Married: Mary Murphy
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  • Reference: MacDONALD, William Adrian ‘Billy’: Wednesday December 17, 2008, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, William Adrian “Billy”: 74, Old Foxbrook Road, Stellarton, passed away on Tuesday, December 16, 2008, in Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow. Born in Stellarton, he was a son of the late William B. and Jennie Louise McDonald. Billy lived most of his life in Stellarton. During his working life he worked at Ian Ross’ Garage and Atlantic Motors. He was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church. Billy could be seen at various county nursing homes volunteering with the weekly entertainment. He was a member of the 55 Plus Club of New Glasgow and an auxiliary member of Branch No. 28 Royal Canadian Legion, Stellarton. Billy enjoyed the outdoors whether it be in his garden or fishing at his favorite fishing spot. Surviving are his sister, Theresa (Thomas) Gorman, Cole Harbour; brother, Charles (Martha) MacDonald, Kitchener, Ont.; sister-in-law, Margaret Stewart, Stellarton; a number of nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Mary Murphy; sisters, Jean (Garfield) MacKenzie, Mary (William) MacEachern; brother-in-law, Gordon Stewart; sister-in-law, Anna (Gordon) Wyer. The family will receive visitors from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. on Thursday in H.C. MacQuarrie Funeral Home, Stellarton. Funeral mass will be held on Friday at 9 a.m. in Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church with Father Peter MacDonald officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Reception to follow in the church hall after the service. Donations in memory of Billy may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or Canadian Cancer Society.
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0028. Name: William B. McDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guessing, 1900
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  • Date of Death: Before 2008
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  • Other Places of Interest: Son born Stellarton, NS
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  • Married: Jennie Louise
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  • 1. William Adrian ‘Billy’ MacDonald: c.1934, Stellarton – 2008, New Glasgow, married Mary Murphy
  • 2. Theresa MacDonald, married Thomas Gorman
  • 3. Charles MacDonald, married Martha
  • 4. Jean MacDonald, married Garfield MacKenzie
  • 5. Mary MacDonald, married William MacEachern
  • Reference: Son’s OBITUARY: MacDONALD, William Adrian ‘Billy’: Wednesday December 17, 2008, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, William Adrian “Billy”: 74, Old Foxbrook Road, Stellarton, passed away on Tuesday, December 16, 2008, in Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow. Born in Stellarton, he was a son of the late William B. and Jennie Louise McDonald. Billy lived most of his life in Stellarton. During his working life he worked at Ian Ross’ Garage and Atlantic Motors. He was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church. Billy could be seen at various county nursing homes volunteering with the weekly entertainment. He was a member of the 55 Plus Club of New Glasgow and an auxiliary member of Branch No. 28 Royal Canadian Legion, Stellarton. Billy enjoyed the outdoors whether it be in his garden or fishing at his favorite fishing spot. Surviving are his sister, Theresa (Thomas) Gorman, Cole Harbour; brother, Charles (Martha) MacDonald, Kitchener, Ont.; sister-in-law, Margaret Stewart, Stellarton; a number of nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Mary Murphy; sisters, Jean (Garfield) MacKenzie, Mary (William) MacEachern; brother-in-law, Gordon Stewart; sister-in-law, Anna (Gordon) Wyer. The family will receive visitors from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. on Thursday in H.C. MacQuarrie Funeral Home, Stellarton. Funeral mass will be held on Friday at 9 a.m. in Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church with Father Peter MacDonald officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Reception to follow in the church hall after the service. Donations in memory of Billy may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or Canadian Cancer Society.
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0029. Name: William MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guessing about 1930
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  • Other Places of Interest: Possibly lived at Musquodoboit Harbour
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  • Companion: Bridget M. Walsh – Mavin
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  • Reference: Companion’s OBITUARY: WALSH – MAVIN, Bridget M.: Monday December 1, 2008, Halifax Herald: MAVIN, Bridget M.: 72, Ship Harbour, passed away November 28, 2008, in the Dartmouth General Hospital. Born in Newfoundland, daughter of the late Edward and Mary (Power) Walsh. She is survived by her daughter, Jacqueline Seagers (Jim Mott), Ship Harbour; son, Eaon Walkker, Vancouver; and long-time loving companion, William MacDonald. Always remembered for the way she laughed, the stories she told, the guidance and love she gave. Visitation will be Tuesday, December 2, 2-4 p.m. in Rowling’s Funeral Home 7795 Hwy. #7 Musquodoboit Habour, N.S. Funeral service Wednesday, December 3, at 2 p.m. in St. Philip Neri Church, Musquodoboit Harbour. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Philip Neri Church, Musquodoboit Harbour or St. Denis Church, East Ship Harbour.
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0030. Name: William MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guessing about 1924
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  • Date of Death: Before 2008
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  • Other Places of Interest: Brother born at Port Morien, NS
  • Mother: Cassie Holms
  • Father: Daniel MacDonald
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  • Reference: WWII: MacDONALD, Ronald Malcolm: Friday November 21, 2008, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, Ronald Malcolm: 84, died on November 17, 2008, at home. Born in Port Morien he was the son of the late Daniel and Cassie (Holms) MacDonald. He was employed as a carpentry contractor and was a Second World War Navy Veteran, who joined the Navy at the tender age of 17 as an ASTECH. Ronald is survived by his wife, Lena (Smith); daughter, Laurie; son, Ronald; sisters, Anna MacPherson, Margaret MacKenzie, and Florence Green; grandson, Leo. He was predeceased by his sister, Christine Snow; brothers, William and George. Visitation was Thursday from 2-4, 7-9 p.m. in Patten Funeral Home, Glace Bay. Funeral will be held today at 11 a.m. in St. Mary’s Anglican Church with Rev. Vernon Reed officiating. Interment to follow in Black Brook Cemetery. Donations in memory can be made to a charity of one’s choice. Email condolences to: patten@seaside.ns.ca
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0031. Name: William MacDonald

  • Date of Birth: Guessing about 1917
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  • Date of Death: Before 2008
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  • Other Places of Interest: Family lived in Glenholme for 60 years
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  • Married: Evelyn Emma Ross
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  • Children (Name / date and place of birth and death / spouse)
  • 1. Arlene MacDonald, married Mr. Johnson
  • 2. Arnold MacDonald, married Elizabeth
  • Reference: MacDONALD, Evelyn Emma: Friday September 19, 2008, Halifax Herald: MacDONALD, Evelyn Emma – 91, formerly of Glenholme, Colchester Co., passed away Wednesday, September 17, 2008, in Colchester Regional Hospital, Truro, surrounded by her family. Born in East Wallace, she was a daughter of the late Sterling A. and Cozey (Miller) Ross. Evelyn was a former resident of Glenholme, where she lived for 60 years. She was a member of Erskine United Church, Glenholme, where she taught Sunday school for a number of years. She helped out in many community affairs and with many of her neighbours during sickness. Besides helping with farm chores, she was always sewing, knitting, embroidering and crocheting. She formerly worked at Sandeson’s Store, Lower Truro, and later for Standfield’s Ltd., where she worked for 25 years. After her retirement, she joined the Seniors Country Cousins Group in Great Village and enjoyed many of bus trips with them, besides traveling with her friends and relatives many times throughout the maritime provinces, and had an airplane trip to South Carolina, U.S.A. She loved to read and keep up on world affairs. She is survived by daughter, Arlene Johnson, Bible Hill; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Orpha Casey (Claude), Riverview, N.S.; daughter-in-law, Elizabeth MacDonald, Bible Hill, and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, William; son, Arnold; sister, Hilda; brothers, Ivan, Arthur, Everett. Visitation will be 1-2 p.m. prior to the funeral service at 2 p.m. Saturday, September 20, in Mattatall~Varner Funeral Home, 55 Young St., Truro. Rev. Donald MacQueen will officiate with a reception to follow in the funeral home. Burial will follow in Folly Village Cemetery, Glenholme. No flowers by family request. Donations in Evelyn’s memory may be made to Folly Village Cemetery or to a charity of choice. Private messages of condolence may be sent to the family by visiting the “Guest Book” at: http://www.mattatallvarnerfh.com
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