THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1903
DEATH:
CAMPBELL
- At Red Point, after a lingering illness of consumption, on the 27th ult., Mary Campbell, eldest daughter of the late Angus A. Campbell, in the 64th year of her age. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1903
MACINTYRE - PERSONALS
- Miss May McIntyre, daughter of Lieut-Governor McIntyre, has gone to Montreal, where she will enter the Royal Victoria Hospital, to study as a nurse. She is a clever, capable young lady and will no doubt win success in this noble profession. Governor McIntyre, and her sister Miss Maud, accompanied Miss May as far as Georgetown on Saturday.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD - OBITUARY
- The vicinity of Peake's Station was startled on Dec. 27th by the sad news of the sudden death in Boston, of Geo. D. McDonald, at the premature age of 21 years. The deceased was the youngest son of Jas. A. and Mary A. McDonald. In the spring of '99 he successfully passed the matriculation examination to Prince of Wales College, and in the following autumn he entered St. Dunstan's College, where he distinguished himself both as an athlete and a student, and in June, 1900, he was one of the successful candidates for teacher's first-class licence. He took charge of a school at Summerville, where he won the respect and admiration of pupil and parent by his untiring zeal and amiable disposition. After a year and a half successful labor, he was forced on account of ill health to abandon his profession. Six months later he resumed work at Cherry Hill, but again the confinment of the school room was too trying upon his constitution, and in November he went to the States to recuperate, where to the delight of his friends he daily gained in health and strength, but on Saturday, Dec. 27th, he was seized by a violent attack of pneumonia which baffled all medical aid. Fortified and comforted by the sacraments and consolations of the Holy Church by Rev. Father McKie calmly and peacefully he glided on to the great sea of eternity after eight long hours of suffering, which he bore with sublime patience and resignation. On New Year's morning, accompanied by his brother, George who was always such a favorite among his wide circle of friends and relatives was brought home a corpse. By his death this community has lost a loving friend and a young man of sterling character. Esteemed in life he was esteemed in death, as was signified by the large concourse of friends that followed his remains to St. Teresa's Church on Friday, Jan. 2nd, where a requiem High Mass was sung by Rev. I. R. A. McDonald. The funeral cortege proceeded to the adjoining cemetery, where the remains of the deceased were put in their last resting place. May his soul rest in peace. – COM.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At the residence of George W. Vatcher, Boston, Mass., on the 6th of January 1903, Mary, beloved wife of Charles MacDonald, in her 80th year.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Georgetown on the 24th inst., Etta Laura, aged 5 months, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Macdonald.
"Suffer little children to come unto me."


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Souris, P. E. Island, on the 23rd inst., Sarah Frances, beloved wife of Allan L. McDonald, merchant, aged 30 years. May her soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MACNEILL - At Traveller's Rest on Friday the 23rd, Mrs. McNeill, relict of the late Malcolm McNeill, after an illness of about two months. Last fall Mrs. McNeill was seized with a stroke of apoplexy, later she was stricken with pneumonia and ten days before her death with another attack of apoplexy. Deceased was an estimable lady and leaves six sons and one daughter to mourn, viz.; Hugh J., Brandon, Man., Jas., mayor of Summerside, Ronald and Simon, Aspen, Colorado; Hubert at home, John Randolph, Man., Mrs. John Goodwin, Wellington. Two brothers, Angus McDonald, Bedeque; and Daniel McDonald, St. John, N. B.; also survive her. The funeral took place on Sunday at 2. p.m. and was very largely attended. Rev. J. C. McLean conducted the services. May her soul rest in peace.
DEATH: SUTHERLAND-CAMPBELL - At Red Point, on the 22nd inst., after a lingering illness borne with Christian patience and resignation to the Divine Will, Catherine, beloved wife of Angus C. Campbell in the 46th year of her age. Deceased was the eldest daughter of Mr. Peter Sutherland, Cable Head. She devoutly received the Sacraments for the dying from the hands of Rev. R. B. McDonald, P.P., and departed this life consoled and strengthened by the rites of holy mother church. The funeral took place to St. Mary's, Souris, on Saturday, the 24th when the last sad rites were performed by the pastor. She leaves to mourn a disconsolate husband and one son, a father and mother, six brothers and two sisters besides a large circle of friends. May her soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MACPHEE - At St. Catherine's, near Souris, on the 22nd inst., Donald McPhee aged 87 years. He was consoled in his last hours by Sacraments for the dying and departed this life strengthened by all the rites of holy church. May his soul rest in peace.
DEATH: SUTHERLAND-CAMPBELL - At Red Point on Wednesday January 21st, after an illness extending over a number of years, in the 68th year of her age, Martina, beloved wife of Angus M. Campbell, and daughter of the late Wm. Sutherland of Black Pond. The last sad rites of the Holy mother Church, so consoling to the dying Catholic were administered by Rev. R. B. McDonald, P.P., and thus strengthened, she passed peacefully from the vale of tears. Her funeral to St. Mary's, Souris, on Friday was well attended. A Requiem Mass was offered by the pastor for the repose of her soul. She leaves a sorrowful husband, a son and a daughter, one brother and three sisters to mourn. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1903
DEATH:
MCQUAID-MACDONALD - OBITUARY
- One of the saddest deaths that has taken place in Souris for some time occurred on the 23rd inst., when Sarah Frances McDonald, beloved wife of Allan L. McDonald, and eldest daughter of our much respected townsman, James McQuaid, passed peacefully away. The deceased leaves a sorrowing husband and three small children to mourn the irreperable loss of a devoted wife and kind and loving mother. During the past few months she had been in failing health, and all the kindness and attention that loving friends could bestow could not stay the hand of death. She bore her illness with exemplary patience and resignation to the Divine will, and had the happiness of being spiritually strengthened by the Rev. R. B. McDonald, whose kindly offices did much to palliate her sufferings and lead her to look forward hopefully to the blessings of eternal rest. Her deeply religious and cheerful disposition endeared her to all who had the pleasure of her acquaintance. Her early demise has filled many hearts with sorrow, and her memory will long be cherished by her friends. The funeral which took place on Sunday was the largest witnessed here for some time. The pall bearers were J. J. Hughes, L. E. Shaw, Patrick St. John, Harry McLean, A. L. Fraser, C. D. McKinnon. May her soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1903
MACDONALD - LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS
- A very pleasant anniversary celebration took place at the residence of Rev. J. A. McDonald, P.P., Miscouche, on Thursday last January 29th. It was the fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of Father John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Angus McDonald, of Pisquid. The venerable couple were on a visit to their son, the pastor of Miscouche, and he took advantage of the circumstance to celebrate their golden wedding in right royal style. His Lordship, the Bishop, and some fourteen priests were in attendance. In the morning a solemn High Mass was celebrated by Father John A., assisted by Father James Æneas and J. J. McDonald, as deacon and sub-deacon. After mass a sumptuous banquet was partaken of at the parochial residence, and the afternoon was most joyously spent in social converse and the rendition of vocal and instrumental music, Rev. Theodore Gallant ably leading in the instrumental part. The presents were numerous and most valuable. They included a massive silver gold-lined vessel, presented by the western priests; $50 in gold by Father John A., son of the jubilarians; $10 in gold by his Lordship the Bishop; $20 in gold from a son of the jubilarians residing in British Columbia; $5 in gold from Rev. D. J. G. McDonald; $5 in gold and a gold cross for Mrs. McDonald from Rev. S. Boudreault, Egmont Bay. Father James Æneas present was a meerschaum pipe and a beautiful prayer book, value $10. In the evening the Miscouche Band serenaded the jubilarians at the parochial residence. They were brought in and entertained by the pastor, and in return they presented a gold mounted pipe, valued at $5. Mr. McDonald is 79 years of age and Mrs. McDonald is 82. They are both hale and hearty. We join with their many friends in wishing them many more years of unalloyed happiness.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1903
DEATH:
GILLIS-MACDONALD - OBITUARY
- Seldom has the shock of death brought to a community deeper and more heartfelt sympathy than that felt by the people of Peake's Station on Feb. 3rd, when the sad news spread that Mrs. Allan McDonald had passed to her reward, at the comparatively early age of fifty-five years. For the past five years the deceased had been gradually failing in health and a month ago entered the Ch'town Hospital to undergo treatment; but the best medical aid was unavailing and she returned home to die. Despite the anxious care of family and immediate friends she quickly sank and when on Tuesday evening the Angel of death crossed the threshold, the soul of a just and God-fearing woman, strengthened by the spiritual consolation of her Pastor Rev. Ignatius McDonald, and her brother the Rev. R. J. Gillis, obeyed the dread summons and went forth to meet its Maker. Too much cannot be said in praise of the virtues of the esteemed lady. Long will the travelling public remember her generosity – her home was always open to them. Sociable, charitable, religious, eminently solicitious for the welfare of her family, she left a place vacant in this community, and the home which never can be filled. On Thursday morning her funeral took place to St. Teresa's Church, and despite the storm was very largely attended. A Requiem High Mass, Coram Episcipo was celebrated by the Rev. R. J. Gillis assisted by the Revs. D. M. McDonald, Tignish, as Deacon and I. R. A. McDonald as sub-deacon. After the services at the grave, performed by his Lordship Bishop McDonald, assisted by the above named clergymen, the mortal remains of an estimable and respected lady were lowered to their last resting place, there to await a glorious immortality. The pall bearers were Messrs. H. R. Mooney, Hugh Currie, John McDonald, P. Mahar, P. Donnelly and James Kelly. She leaves to mourn a sorrowing husband, one daughter Teresa, three sons Peter and Dougald at home, and Ronald at St. Dunstan's College. Her surviving brothers are the Rev. R. J. Gillis, St. Peter's; Joseph, Boston; James, Tignish; Allen and William, Pisquid; P. P.; and Conductor Gillis, Charlottetown, also two sisters Mrs J. C. McDonald, Boston, Mrs. A. McInnis, St. Andrew's. May her soul rest in peace.
COM.
DEATH: MACINNIS - At Earnscliffe, on Saturday, the 31st ult., R. V. McInnis, in the 48th year of his age. He attended divine service on Sunday, the 25th. On Monday he felt unwell. Brain fever set in and on Saturday he succumbed. Mr. McInnis was a conscientious gentleman, always ready to do his duty towards God and man. He leaves to mourn a widow (sister of Rev. Ignatius McDonald, St. Teresa), and six children, four girls and two boys, children of Emma Fraser, to whom he was first married. The funeral service took place on Monday, 2nd inst. A large concourse of people followed his remains to St. Joachim's Church, Vernon River, where a Requiem High Mass was celebrated by his brother-in-law, Rev. Ignatius McDonald, who also officiated at the grave. He was assisted by the pastor, Rev. Dr. Doyle. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1903
DEATH:
MACINTOSH - OBITUARY
- At Monticello on Feb 5th, James McIntosh laden with years passed peacefully away from the trouble and turmoil of this busy world to the joys and happiness of the great beyond. He was a nephew of the Hon. John McIntosh, who was for many years a prominent member of the Legislative Assembly.

Mr. McIntosh was widely known in the eastern section of the Province and being possessed of a very retentive memory he could relate with stirring vividness stories of the stormy days when this land was struggling to break the galling chains which a relentless landlordism had forged with an iron hand.

Intelligent, honest, straightforward and God-fearing, he was such a one as would command respect in any community. The soul-strengthening sacraments of the Catholic religion were administered to him by his parish priest Rev. Father Johnston. His funeral took place to St. Margaret's Cemetery on Feb 8th, and the burial service was performed by his Pastor, the remains of a venerable and much respected neighbor were committed to their kindred dust, there to await the promised Resurrection.

Requiescat in Pace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At the Charlottetown Hospital, Feb. 19th, James A. McDonald of Scotchfort, section foreman of the P. E. I. Railway, aged 53 years, leaving two sons and three daughters. – R.I.P.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD - OBITUARY
- It is with much regret we chronicle the death of James A. McDonald of Scotch Fort which sad event took place at the City Hospital on the morning of Feb. 19th. About the middle of January the deceased who was in his fifty fourth year was stricken down with a very severe illness and with the faithful attendance of Dr. McDonald of Mount Stewart, seemed to be regaining strength but only for a short time. About the 1st of February he was attacked with tubercular intestinal troubles and was removed to the City Hospital to undergo treatment, but, despite the best medical aid and the kind nursing of the good sisters, his soul passed away on the above mentioned date. Mr. McDonald was a man of sterling qualities and a most highly respected resident of the community in which he lived. The funeral took place on Saturday morning Feb. 21st, to St. Bonaventure Church, Tracadie and was very largely attended. High Mass of Requiem was celebrated by Rev. J. J. McDonald of Kinkora, brother-in-law of the deceased, and the burial services were performed by the Pastor Rev. P. D. McGuigan. The Choir of St. Bonaventure's was assisted by Rev. A. J. McDonald and some of the members of Fort Augustus Choir. He leaves to mourn two sons and three daughters, besides a large circle of friends. May his soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1903
DEATH:
SUTHERLAND-CAMPBELL - OBITUARY
- There passed peacefully away at Red Point, on Sunday Feb 22nd, Mary relict of the late Casimir Campbell in the 82nd year of her age. Deceased was the eldest daughter of the late William Sutherland and Flora Campbell and was born in Tracadie in 1821. In 1840 she was married to Casimir Campbell, son of Angus Campbell and Mary McMillan, Little Harbor. They settled at Red Point on one of the most picturesque hills of eastern P. E. Island overlooking as it does on the North the calm and peaceful waters of Black Pond and on the South the ever restless Strait of Northumberland. Here they lived happily and reared a family of seven sons and three daughters. On March 21st, 1863 Casimir Campbell died, at the early age of 53 years. The members of their family are Angus on a part of the homestead, Daniel and John, Contractors & Builders, Portland Oregon, U. S. A., William, in Washington, James, drowned in Liverpool Harbor, N. S., 1894, Pius, died at home January, 1901, Æneas, on the homestead and with him Nancy and Mary, Flora is married to Mr. Hugh McInnis, Red Point. The funeral to St. Mary's, Souris, on Tuesday was well attended. There services for the dead were performed by the Pastor Rev. R. B. McDonald from whose hand she received the last consolations of our Holy Religion after which the remains were consigned to their last resting place there to await the Resurrection Day. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1903
DEATH:
MACLEAN - THE LATE HON. JAMES R. MCLEAN
- The flag over the Provincial Building is flying at half mast today in memory of the late Hon. James R. McLean, whose death occurred this morning at his home in Souris. At this forenoon's sitting of the House Premier Peters, Hon. Mr. Richards, Hon. Mr. Cummiskey, Mr. John McLean and Mr. McLaughlin made suitable references to the deceased paying tribute to his worth as a private citizen and as a public man.

The late Mr. McLean was born at East Point on April 9th, 1842, and received his education in his native province. For many years he was engaged in mercantile business at Souris, and was also a Notary Public, and at one time a governor of Prince of Wales College. Very early in life he took an active and prominent part in public affairs and in 1869 was first returned to the House of Assembly as the representative for the first district of Kings, which constituency he continued to represent until the general elections of 1879, when he was defeated by Mr. John McLean, the present member for Souris. Mr. James R. McLean was again elected at the general election of 1882 and at the subsequent elections of 1886, 1890 and 1893. In 1873 he was an unsuccessful candidate for Kings for the House of Commons. In April 1891, Mr. McLean was appointed a member of the Hon. F. Peters' Administration, and Commissioner of Public Works for this province. This position he also held in the Farquharson Government until the general elections of 1900, when he retired from public life.

The late James R. McLean was a pronounced Liberal and fought for his party in the dark days of adversity as well as in the brighter days of prosperity. His connection with the Public Works department brought him into contact with many people in all parts of the Island, and he ever maintained in his dealings a geniality to all and a willingness to carry out his duties to the best of his ability. He had an excellent knowledge of the requirements of the province and was well versed in the more important public affairs. In his private life Mr. McLean was a devoted husband and kind parent. To his widow and family we join with many others in extending our sincere condolence.
DEATH: MACINNIS - At Red Point on March 19th, 1903, Dr. John McInnis, a graduate of Harvard. He practised at Cardigan, at Tignish, and later at home, till illness and infirmity compelled him to live the last years in retirement.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1903
DEATH:
MACLEAN
- At De Gros Marsh, on the 27th inst., Julia, beloved wife of A. McLean, aged 38, leaving a husband and five children to mourn. R.I.P.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Blooming Point, on the 21st inst., Charles McDonald, in the 16th year of his age, son of John N. McDonald. R.I.P.
DEATH: MACLEAN - At Souris, on the 26th inst., James R. MacLean, aged 61 years, leaving a widow and three children. May his soul rest in peace.

LOCAL AND OTHER ITEMS

James R. McLean. He was a native of East Point and was 61 years of age at the time of his death. He was twice married, first in 1870, to a daughter of the late Hon. Joseph Wightman, and secondly, a few years ago, to a Miss McDonald, of Souris who, with three children, including Mr. James McLean of the Belfast and Murray Harbor construction services, survive him. His funeral took place to St. Mary's, Souris, on Saturday, and was largely attended.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Grand Tracadie on the 5th inst., Mrs. McDonald, relict of the late William McDonald, aged 95 years. She was highly esteemed by all her acquaintances and leaves a host of friends. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1903
BIRTH:
MACDONALD
- At Covehead, April 13th, to Peter J. and Mrs. McDonald a daughter.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1903
DEATH:
SUTHERLAND
- At Black Pond, on the 25th ult., after a lingering illness in the 25th year of her age, Isabella Sutherland, daughter of the late William Sutherland and the third sister to pass away within nine weeks, the others being Martina, beloved wife of Angus M. Campbell, on January 21st, and Mary, widow of the late Casimir Campbell, on February 22nd. May her soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Orwell Cove, on the 4th inst., John J. McDonald, aged 67 years. R.I.P.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1903
BIRTH:
MACDONALD
- At Montague Bridge on the 19th to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McDonald, a daughter.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Selkirk, on Thursday, 9th inst., John McDonald, aged 82. Deceased had been in robust health up to 10 days previous to his death. His remains were interred in St. Margaret's cemetery. R.I.P.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At Monticello on Tuesday 14th inst., Mrs. Sarah McDonald. Deceased had been ailing for a number of years past and had attained the age of 91 years. Her funeral took place to St. Margaret's Cemetery. R.I.P.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1903
DEATH:
MACISAAC-MACAULAY - CITY AND PROVINCIAL - OBITUARY
- Died at Boston Mass, on April 7th, of pneumonia, Mary McIsaac, relict of the late John McAulay in the 64th year of her age. The deceased was born at Black Bush in 1840 and resided with her parents till 1865, when she married John McAulay, a comfortable farmer of Black Bush. In 1882 her husband died. After residing on the place for a few years she disposed of her chattels and went to Boston. In the spring of 1901 she returned to the Island and remained for one year with Rev. D. J. G. McDonald at St. George's. She then returned to Boston where she resided till her death on the above date. The deceased was an amiable woman, possessing many noble traits of character, a good friend, a sincere christian, a quiet and peaceable neighbor and a kind and loving wife. During her illness she received the last rites of the Catholic Church of which she was always a true and consistent member. The remains accompanied by the deceased's niece Miss Adelia Ryan and by her cousin Miss Flora McIntyre, arrived home on Good Friday evening, and were taken to the residence of her brother John D. McIsaac of Black Bush, the sole survivor of her father's family. The very large number of friends that made up the funeral cortege, to St. Margaret's Church on Sunday the 12th, testified the esteem in which the deceased was held. The funeral services were conducted by the pastor, Rev. J. F. Johnston, after which her remains were interred in the adjoining cemetery, there to await the final summons. R. I. P.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1903
BIRTH:
MACPHEE
- At Georgetown, April 23, to H. J. and Mrs. McPhee, a daughter.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1903
DEATH:
REDDIN-GAUL
- At the Charlottetown Hospital on Friday April 24th, Mary Reddin, relict of the late Pierce Gaul, aged 74 years.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1903
DEATH:
BARRETT-MACDONALD
- At Grand Tracadie, on Friday, April 24th, Elizabeth Barrett, widow of the late James N. McDonald, aged 65 years.
DEATH: MACINTYRE - At Mount Stewart, on the 10th inst., Penzie, beloved wife of John McIntyre, aged 28 years, leaving a disconsolate husband and two children, besides a widowed mother, three brothers and four sisters to mourn. Deceased was stricken with pneumonia about three months prior to her death. This was followed by a complication of troubles, to which she finally succumbed. She was strengthened and consoled in her final illness by the last Sacraments administered by Father McLellan, P.P., and died fortified by all the rites of our holy religion. Her death took place on Good Friday and her funeral to St. Andrew's on Easter Sunday. Her memory will be faithfully cherished by her friends and acquaintances for her truly christian character and many virtues. May her soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1903
DEATH:
MACAULAY-MACDONALD
- At Bayfield, Lot 46, on April 23rd, Sarah McAulay, beloved wife of Joseph McDonald, after seven days illness of pneumonia, having received the last Sacraments administered by Rev. A. J. McIntyre, P.P., and being fortified by all the rites of our holy religion. Deceased who was only 49 years of age at the time of her death and was well and favorably known and will be greatly missed particularly by the younger generation, by whom she was much esteemed. The funeral took place on Saturday and a cortege of over forty carriages followed the remains to her last resting place in St. Columba cemetery. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1903
DEATH:
MACPHEE-MACINNIS - CITY AND PROVINCIAL
- Mrs. Patrick McInnis, Lakeville who died on Sunday morning after but four days illness, was buried on Monday afternoon. The funeral was the largest that ever probably took place in the eastern part of the Island, there being over one hundred carriages, persons of every class and creed being in attendance, no small testimony of the esteem in which the deceased was held by her wide circle of friends throughout the country. Mrs. McInnis had not probably an enemy in the world, and her countless acts of kindness and goodness of heart are being tearfully recounted on every lip. She fought the good fight; well done good and faithful servant; your reward is great in heaven. Eternal rest give to thee, O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon thee.
DEATH: MACPHEE - CITY AND PROVINCIAL - DIED at his home, at Big Pond, Lot 45, on the 7th inst., of pneumonia, Neil J. McPhee, in the 76th year of his age. Mr. McPhee was in but indifferent health for the past four years, but up to a week before he died was in his usual health, and going about his work every day. The dread disease pneumonia, he however survived a few days. His funeral took place from his residence on Saturday, and was largely attended. In his last illness he was attended by his pastor Rev. Father Johnson, who also officiated at the funeral service and consigned his body to mother earth in St. Margaret's cemetery. Mr. McPhee was a man of more than ordinary intelligence, was well read, always reading what was to be said upon both sides of a question, as politics for example. In politics he was an ardent liberal all his life and in Mr. McPhee, local liberalism loses one of its strongest exponents. He married early in life Catherine Gillis who survives him. He had a family of four boys and two girls who are all respected citizens in their different walks of life. All of them reside in Boston, with the exception of Mrs. Vincent McPhee, and Mr. John A., who resides on the old homestead. A good man in every sense of the word has gone to his reward. May his soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD-MACRAE
- At Orwell, April 26th, 1903, Jane McDonald, aged 85, relict of the late Donald McRae of Orwell, leaving one son and one daughter, Joseph and Mary at home, one sister and one brother, Alexander McDonald of Souris, and Margaret of Orwell, to mourn the loss of a loving mother and kind sister. May her soul rest in peace.
DEATH: MACINNIS - At Lakeville, on the 10th inst., after four days illness, Mrs. Patrick McInnis. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1903
DEATH:
MACPHEE-MACINNIS - DEATH AT LAKEVILLE - Mrs. Patrick McInnis
- On the 9th May instant, Mary McPhee beloved wife of Patrick McInnis, Esq., Lakeville, passed to her eternal reward, at the family residence, after an illness of but six days. Deceased was the daughter of the late Neil McPhee, of Big Pond, in Kings County, and niece of the late esteemed and revered clergyman, the Rev. Pius McPhee, for many years resident in St. Andrew's parish, with whom she lived there ten years. She was born at Big Pond on St. Andrew's day, October 31st, 1835. From the parish of St. Andrew's she was married on Feb. 2nd, 1864, to Patrick McInnis, of Lakeville, who survives her. The family consisted of seven children, all grown to manhood and womanhood, except two, who died in infancy.

With the death of Mrs. P. McInnis, has occurred a blank in our community's history that can never be filled. She was one of the connecting links between the past and present. Esteemed, honored and respected by the generation just passing away, and by those who are to take their places, she went to receive the reward due the good and faithful servant, full of years and honors. Her home was synonomous with charity, kindness, love, affection, piety and all the enobling qualities that go to constitute the abode of the angelic woman, devoted mother, loving and affectionate spouse.

Her funeral from the family residence on the 11th inst., was one of the largest ever witnessed in King's County. Friends from Souris to East Point, from Big Pond to South Lake, all over the eastern part of the country were in attendance to drop a tear, and take part in the last great corporal work of mercy. It is estimated that about 100 carriages joined in the solemn cortege.

At three o'clock the sad procession formed and proceeded to the beautiful church at St. Columba where the usual services were held, the Rev. A. J. McIntyre officiating, assisted by the church choir. Thus one by one the old landmarks are disappearing. Father Time, in his relentless use of the proverbial sickle, cuts his way and leaves us the bare reflection of the Latin author's quotation:


"With equal pace impartial Fate
Knocks at the palace and the cottage gate."


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1903
DEATH:
WILSON
- At West River, on the 19th inst., of meningitis, Hugh W. Wilson, teacher, aged 23 years, son of the late Hugh Wilson. Deceased was a talented young man, and very popular with all who formed his acquaintance. His illness was very brief. He was not feeling very well on Sunday but it was not thought he was suffering from anything more than ordinary cold. He suddenly grew worse on Tuesday afternoon and despite all that could be done for him, he died about five o'clock the same evening. He leaves to mourn a widowed mother, two brothers and two sisters. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1903
DEATH:
MACMILLAN
- In this city, on Tuesday morning the 2nd inst., Barbara, relict of the late Linus B. McMillan, aged 66 years.

[Funeral leaves her son's residence Lower Prince St. at 7 a.m. on Thursday for St. Dunstan's Cathedral, thence by train to Kensington.]


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At her home at Grove Pine, on February 11th, Mrs. James McDonald, aged 90 years. Deceased was a sister of the late Bishop McIntyre, and an aunt of our Lieutenant Governor. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1903
DEATH:
REDDIN
- (p. 3) On the 5th inst., at 10:30 p.m., at her late residence, Water Street, Mrs. Reddin, relict of the late Judge D. O'M. Reddin in the 70th year of her age.

[Funeral notice later.]
DEATH: BROWN-REDDIN - (p. 5) At her residence, Water Street, Susan J. Brown, relict of the late Judge D. O'M. Reddin, aged 70 years.

[Funeral Monday morning at 9.45 to St. Dunstan's Cathedral.]


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Orwell, on the 9th inst., Mrs. Charles James McDonald, mother of Rev. James A. McDonald and Rev. John J. McDonald, now of Dakota. R.I.P.
DEATH: REDDIN - On Friday 5th inst., at 10.30 p.m., Susan, relict of the late Judge D. O'M. Reddin, aged 70 years. She had contracted a cold some weeks previous to her death. This developed into pleurisy; but she had almost recovered when her constitution gave way and she calmly passed to eternity. Deceased was the daughter of the late Alexander Brown of the Central Academy, and sister of Messrs. Alexander and Ambrose Brown of this city. She was a most pious, charitable and exemplary Christian, and will be much missed by the poor who always had in her a good friend. She leaves to mourn two sons, D. O'M. and George Reddin, druggists, and three daughters, Mrs. (Dr.) Creamer, New York, Mrs. Wm. Murphy and Miss Annie Reddin. Her funeral took place yesterday, and was largely attended. The pall bearers were Lieutenant Governor McIntyre, Judge Hodgson, Judge Warburton, Postmaster Brecken, Prof. Caven and Thomas Handrahan, Esq. Solemn Requiem Mass was celebrated in St. Dunstan's Cathedral, by Rev. Dr. Morrison, with Rev J. C. McLean as deacon, and Rev. Dr. Monaghan sub-deacon. His Lordship, the Bishop, occupied his seat in the sanctuary, assisted by Rev. Dr. McMillan and Rev. D. B. Reid. May her soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- Of paralysis, at the Head of St. Peter's Bay, on the 7th inst., Æneas Joseph McDonald, son of Pius and Mrs. Elizabeth McDonald, in the 38th year of his age. May his soul rest in peace.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1903
DEATH:
GILLIS
- At Tignish, on the 23rd June, James Gillis, aged 52 years. Deceased was a brother of Rev. R. J. Gillis, St. Peter's, and a brother-in-law of Rev. D. M. McDonald, Tignish. Mrs. Gillis survives him. His remains were brought by train from Tignish on Wednesday and conveyed to St. Andrew's, his native parish where the interment took place. Funeral service was held in the Church of St. Andrew's, Rev. D. M. McDonald officiating, assisted by Rev. I. R. A. McDonald and Rev. P. D. McGuigan. Other priests present were Rev. A. P. McLellan, P.P., Rev. R. J. Gillis and Rev. Dr. Morrison, all of whom, assisted in the choir and rendered appropriate music. The remains were then consigned to their last resting place in the adjoining cemetery. May his soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1903
DEATH:
BEATON-WALKER - LOCAL NEWS - OBITUARY
- After but a few weeks illness borne with resignation to the Divine Will and strengthened by the last sacraments, Barbara the beloved wife of John D. Walker of Launching breathed her last on the 10th inst. The deceased was a daughter of the late Angus Beaton of East Point, and was a woman highly esteemed by all who knew her by her piety and charitable disposition. There are left to mourn besides a sorrowing husband, two sons, and one daughter, a brother James A. Beaton of East Point and a sister in the United States. Her funeral took place on the 12th inst. to the Parish Church of St. George's. The Requiem Mass was sung by her brother-in-law Rev. E. Walker of Rollo Bay. The latter also officiated at the grave, assisted by the pastor Rev. D. J. G. McDonald who attended the deceased in her last illness. The large concourse of people at her funeral testified how highly she was esteemed by the community in which she lived. R.I.P.
DEATH: MACEACHERN - At Souris East on 13th inst., Christina, relict of the late Jas. A. McEachern at the advanced age of eighty-two. R.I.P.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1903
MARRIAGE:
MOAR-MACDONALD - LOCAL NEWS
- The marriage of Miss Annie Louisa Moar, daughter of George Moar, Esq., Georgetown Royalty, to Alexander J. Macdonald son of Ronald Macdonald, Cherry Valley took place at St. James Church, Georgetown on Tuesday. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. E. Burke, cousin of the bride, assisted by Rev. S. T. Phelan, pastor of St. James. The bride was attended by Miss Laura Macdonald and the groom by John J. Macdonald. The ceremony was witnessed by a large number of friends. After the wedding breakfast at the home of the bride's father, the happy couple left for their home in Cherry Valley. The PATRIOT extends hearty congratulations.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1903
BIRTH:
O'REILLY
- At Douglass Street, July 9th to James W. and Mrs. O'Reilly, a son.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD
- At Tracadie, Monday morning, July 13th, John Archibald McDonald, in the 79th year of his age. R.I.P.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1903
MARRIAGE:
EGAN-DOUGLAS
- At the church of the Immaculate Conception, Denver, Colorado, on July 3rd, by Rev. Father Corbean, Ernest Douglas, son of B. C. Douglas, Esq., Head of Hillsboro, and Miss Frances J. Egan, daughter of David Egan, Esq., Mount Stewart.
MARRIAGE: CONOLLEY-MACDONALD - LOCAL NEWS - A QUIET wedding took place at Quincy, Mass, on the 9th inst., when Rody M. McDonald of Bath Me., was united in the bonds of wedlock to Mary J. Conolley of Quincy, Mass. Miss Delia Conolley, a sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, while Dan C. McDonald supported the groom. Mr. McDonald is a son of Ronald R. McDonald of Greenvale, King's County. Mr. McDonald is a successful and energetic young man and deserves to be congratulated on winning the hand of a most estimable young lady. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald started immediately for Bath, Me., where they will reside.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1903
DEATH:
OWEN
- At Southport on Friday afternoon, Lois, the beloved wife of Lemuel C. Owen in her 78th year.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD - DEATH OF JOHN ARCHIBALD MACDONALD ESQUIRE
- The death of John Archibald MacDonald, Esquire, of Glenaladale, Tracadie, removes one of the most highly respected and widely known of the advanced agriculturists of Prince Edward Island. His demise occurred at 4 o'clock Monday morning July 13th inst., at the ripe age of seventy-nine years.

The late Mr. MacDonald was a native of this Island, having been born at Glenaladale. He was the son of the late Hon. Donald MacDonald, Esquire, whose birth-place was Glenaladale, P. E. I., and whose father was Capt. John MacDonald proprietor of Townships 35 and 36 in this Island, granted to him for service as an officer in the British army and which he settled with Highlanders, in 1772; and afterwards the land was sold according to the settlement of the Land Question, the remaining estate consisted of 525 acres and is still known as Glenaladale.

The deceased was a strong vigorous man, notwithstanding his advanced age until about six weeks ago when he became ill with an internal trouble to which he succumbed. In the eastern part of the Island especially, where he had a wide acquaintance, Mr. MacDonald had the enviable reputation for uprightness and progressiveness. His immense agricultural operations were conducted on lines of modern and advanced farming and there are few in town and country who in driving through Tracadie to the shore have not seen his great barn, probably the largest in the Dominion of Canada, the dimensions of which are as follows: Length 290 feet, breadth 80 feet. This great barn building must be seen to be appreciated. Mr. MacDonald was a Justice of the Peace, and was that type of man which makes for the development of a country both morally and materially. A widow, formerly Miss Mary Ellen Weeks, St. Peter's Road, and a family of six sons and three daughters are left to mourn. The sons are Frederick in British Columbia; William in Sydney; Donald in Assan, northern part of India where he is overseer of a tea plantation; Roderick at Amherst, N. S.; John in Sydney, C. B.; Æneas a student in St. Francis Xavier College, Antigonish. The daughters are: Mrs. Walsh, and Mrs. (Dr.) Harwood, Montreal; and Miss Margaret at home. Sir William C. MacDonald, of Montreal, and Mr. Augustine MacDonald, a retired merchant in New York, are brothers of the deceased.

To the bereaved the PATRIOT extends its most respectful sympathy.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD - DEAD IN HIS PRIME
- BATHURST, August 11 - A Montreal despatch says: R. H. MacDonald agent here of the Peoples Bank Halifax died in Montreal where he went to undergo an operation for appendicitis. Although a resident of Bathurst only a year he made friends here. He was a son of Senator MacDonald and married Miss Mullins of this place.
DEATH: MACDONALD - At the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal on Monday 10th August, 1903, Reginald Hugh Macdonald of Bathurst, New Brunswick, agent of the Peoples Bank of Halifax, third son of Hon. A. A. Macdonald of Charlottetown, aged 33.

[Funeral from Senator Macdonald's house on Thursday, 13th inst. at 9.30 a.m. to St. Dunstan's Cathedral thence to Catholic Cemetery.]


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1903
MACDONALD - CITY AND PROVINCIAL
- We are pleased to hear that Capt. James A. McDonald, eldest son of Capt. A. R. McDonald, Souris, has taken charge of the American Iron barque E. C. Mowatt of 1400 tons. The Captain's wife and child accompanied him on the voyage to Rio Janiero, South America, and other ports. We wish Capt. James, his wife and child and crew a successful voyage with his new vessel.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD - CITY AND PROVINCIAL
- The remains of the late Reginald Hugh McDonald arrived last night from Montreal accompanied by his wife and his father, Senator A. A. McDonald. This morning the funeral which was very largely attended took place to St. Dunstan's Cathedral and thence to the Roman Catholic Cemetery. At the Cathedral Requiem mass was sung by Rev. Dr. Morrison and Absolution by Rev. J. J. MacDonald of Kinkora. The dead march was played as the people slowly moved out. The service at the grave was conducted by Rev. Dr. Morrison. The pall bearers were A. W. Reddin, George Reddin, Archibald Irwin, Charles Lyons, F. P. Carvell and Leith Brecken.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1903
DEATH:
MACCORMACK-MACDONALD - LOCAL NEWS
- DEATH OF MRS. JOHN MCDONALD, HARMONY STATION. - It is with feelings of deep regret and sorrow that we have to chronicle the death of Mary McCormack, beloved wife of John McDonald, Harmony Station, which sad event took place at seven o'clock Sunday evening. The deceased had been ill for several months past, but it was not thought that death was so near, though physicians held out no hope for ultimate recovery, yet, there was grounds of hope for life a while longer, but the angel of death visited the home and the loving wife and mother is now no more. She was a daughter of Donald McCormack, Esq., Black Bush, and was born Feb 10th, 1840, being the eldest daughter of a large family. She married Mr. McDonald of Harmony in November, 1869, by the union of which a family of two boys and three girls are living. Three of the family are in Massachusetts, one, Miss Bella, being a trained nurse, a graduate for some time of the Mass. General Hospital, while another is stenographer in a large Boston firm. One boy and one girl remain at home. The funeral took place from the late residence on Tuesday morning to St. Mary's Church, Souris, and was one of the largest that took place in the parish for many a day. The funeral obsequies were performed by the pastor, Rev. Father Ronald McDonald, both in the church and at the grave. At the burial many gave vent to their pent-up grief, for never more on this earth would they see and feel her welcome smile, or partake of her cheer and hospitality, for few kinder hearts or nobler souls than hers are buried in that cemetery. May her soul rest in peace. The PATRIOT tenders to Mr. McDonald and family its heartfelt sympathy in this their hour of deepest bereavement.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1903
DEATH:
MACDOUGALL-MACINNIS
- At Vancouver, British Columbia of cancer, after a lingering and painful illness Annie L. McDougall beloved wife of Capt. Daniel A. McInnis aged 52 years leaving a sorrowing husband and one daughter, besides a number of relatives and friends. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1903
DEATH:
CAMPBELL
- At Dorchester Aug 16th, Christina A. beloved wife of Hugh Campbell, formerly of Grand Tracadie in this province. Her funeral which took place from St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Dorchester, was largely attended by friends and relations. The deceased was well known for her many christian virtues. She leaves a husband, two sons and five daughters to mourn the loss of a good wife and mother.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1903
MARRIAGE:
MACDONALD-MACDONALD - WEDDING BELLS
- A pleasant social event took place at St. Peter's Bay on Tuesday the 25th ult. when Mr. Ronald J. MacDonald of Cable Head was united in marriage to Miss Maria McDonald of Goose River. The bride was attended by her sister Miss Mary McDonald and Mr. Ban O'Hanley supported the groom. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R. J. Gillis after which the bridal party drove to Souris where they took dinner at the Imperial Hotel. Returning in the afternoon they drove to the residence of the bride's father where a large number of their friends and relatives had assembled. The evening was spent in music and dancing which was kept up till the early hours of the morning. The Herald joins with the many friends of Mr. & Mrs. MacDonald in wishing them happiness and prosperity in their life journey.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1903
MARRIAGE:
KING-PEAKE
- At Brook Cottage, Port Arthur, Ont., on September 1st, by the Rev. Thursby, rector, Arthur George Peake of Charlottetown to Murial Stuart King of Port Arthur.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1903
DEATH:
MACEACHERN
- At Clear Spring, Lot 44, on the 30th ult., of rheumatic fever, John McEachern, aged 46 years, leaving a wife and one son. R.I.P.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1903
MARRIAGE:
MACDONALD-WHELAN - CITY AND PROVINCIAL
- Married this morning (Monday) at St. Bonaventure Church, Tracadie, by the pastor, Rev. Father McGuigan, Miss Katie V. McDonald, formerly of Tracadie but late of Boston, Mass, to Mr. Robert Whelan of Elliotvale. The bride was attended by her cousin, Miss Mary J. McDonald of Grand Tracadie, and the groom was supported by Daniel Carmichael of Elliotvale. The wedding party drove to this city immediately after the ceremony, where dinner was served at the Central, and they will leave this evening for their comfortable home in Elliotvale, where a large circle of invited friends and neighbors, amongst whom Mr. Whelan is a general favorite, will be present to welcome him and his fair young bride. THE PATRIOT extends congratulations, and wishes Mr. and Mrs. Whelan many years of wedded bliss.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1903
DEATH:
MACISAAC
- At Colorado Springs of consumption, John Alexander McIsaac, son of Alexander McIsaac of Bear River, aged 20 years and 9 months. R.I.P.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1903
MACDONALD - EDITORIAL NOTES
- It will come as a shock to learn that the condition of Mr. James E. MacDonald, M.L.A., Cardigan, is considered very grave. He is now in the Massachusetts General Hospital where he underwent an operation for stomach trouble and his condition although favorable at first has now developed more serious symptons. Rev. J. C. McMillan of Cardigan, is now in Boston with Mr. and Mrs. McDonald and their home coming is delayed indefinitely. Mr. McDonald represents the Third District of Kings County in the Provincial Legislature and was first elected in 1878, about thirty years ago. He was for a short time Commissioner of Public Works, and although a Conservative, is one of the most moderate politicians, in his views, in this Island. He is a thorough gentleman, much respected by all and we sincerely hope that he will yet recover his wonted health and strength.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD - DEATH OF JAMES E. MACDONALD, M.L.A.
- The sad news reached the city this morning of the death in the Boston City Hospital of Mr. James E. Macdonald, M.L.A. A despatch was received to the above effect by Mr. Aeneas A. Macdonald of Charlottetown, from Rev. J. C. Macmillan who went to Boston on Monday last. The remains will arrive here tomorrow night and will be taken to Senator Macdonald's residence. The body will go by train next morning to Cardigan, where interment will take place.

James Emmanuel Macdonald was the son of the late Angus Macdonald, Seal River and was born in 1842. When a young man he established a shipbuilding and general mercantile business at Cardigan, where his enterprise, fair dealing and integrity brought him success and he was one of the most popular merchants in Kings County.

Long after others had gone out of the shipbuilding he still kept up the industry and there is now a schooner of his on the stocks at Cardigan. He entered political life in 1873, when he was elected as Conservative member for the Cardigan district, a seat which he held till 1882, when he did not again offer. He was re-elected at the bye-election of November 1890, at the general elections of '93, '97 and 1900. On the death of the late Mr. Hugh L. Macdonald he was Commissioner of Public Works for a short time.

Mr. Macdonald will be greatly missed in the Legislature, where his moderate sensible views won the respect of all the members in the community where he was honored and esteemed by all classes; and in the home where his sorrowing widow will mourn the loss of a loving and devoted husband.

By his demise in the prime of life Cardigan loses one of its very best citizens and the province one of its leading merchants and representative sons. He was always a gentleman whose word was his bond and who took a liberal and broadminded view of the public questions of the day. Men and politicians of the type of Mr. Macdonald are an example to the youth of this country and their own quiet, forceful and manly lives stand for all that is best in life and its various aspects.

He married in 1877 Georgina daughter of the late Patrick Stevens of Orwell, and leaves no family.


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1903
DEATH:
MACDONALD - The Late James E. McDonald
- It is with feelings of deepest regret we are obliged to chronicle the death of James E. McDonald, M.L.A., of Cardigan. The sad event occurred at the Boston City Hospital, whither he had gone for medical treatment, on Thursday morning last, the 1st inst. . . . .

James Emanuel McDonald was the son of the late Angus McDonald, and was born at Seal River, King's County, in 1842, being thus 61 years of age at the time of his death. In 1877 he married Georgina, daughter of the late Patrick Stevens, Orwell, who survives him.

His mortal remains accompanied by his sorrowing widow and Rev. Dr. McMillan, arrived here from Boston on Friday evening. On Saturday the body was taken to his late home at Cardigan where the interment took place on Monday afternoon.
DEATH: MACDONALD - In the City Hospital, Boston on the 1st inst., James E. McDonald, M.L.A., Cardigan, in the 71st year of his age, leaving a disconsolate widow to mourn. May his soul rest in peace.
NOTE: (Ages 61 and 71 in the Herald are not consistent.)


THE DAILY PATRIOT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1903
DEATH:
PEAKE
- Entered into rest at Alma Cottage, on Thursday morning the 8th October, Lorne Heath, dearly beloved son of the late James and Edith Peake, aged 23 years.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1903
DEATH:
BRECKEN - HON. FREDERICK DE ST. C. BRECKEN
- Another of the older generation of our citizens has passed away in the death of the late Honorable Frederick De St. Croix Brecken.

Notwithstanding his advanced age of seventy-five years Mr. Brecken with his stalwart figure and well preserved health appeared to be good for some time yet and his death after a somewhat brief illness was quite unexpected by the general public.

His career is thus given in the Canadian Biographical Dictionary:

Frederick De St. Croix Brecken, member of the House of Commons, Canada, for Queen's county, P.E.I., belongs to a family of legislators; his father, John Brecken, represented Charlottetown in the House of Assembly, from 1830 to 1834, when he was appointed a member of the Executive and Legislative Council of the province, which position he held up to his death in 1857. The grandfather of Frederick, Ralph Brecken, who came to this island from England in the latter part of the last century, was a member of the House of Assembly for some years, and speaker of that body when he died in 1813; and his great-grandfather, Col. Joseph Robinson, as assistant judge of this province ninety years ago, was speaker of the House of Assembly in 1790.

The mother of Mr. Brecken was Margaret De St. Croix, a native of Prince Edward Island; he was born at Charlottetown, on the 9th of December, 1828; educated at the Central Academy in this city; studied law with Sir Robert Hodgson; then went to London, and attended at Lincoln's Inn and the Inner Temple (1849-1852), and was admitted to practice in June, 1852; he is of the firm of Brecken and Fitzgerald, his partner being Rowan Robert Fitzgerald, now Judge of the Supreme Court. Mr. Brecken was a delegate to the Detroit convention in 1865.

He was elected to the provincial legislature for Charlottetown, the capital of the Island, 1863, and was re-elected at each subsequent general election until 1876, when he was defeated on the school question; he was attorney-general and advocate-general from April, 1859, to January, 1863; a member of the executive council and attorney-general from September, 1870 to April, 1872; and was re-appointed in April, 1873, and held office until August, 1876; he is serving his first term in the House of Commons, being elected in September, 1898; in the Conservative interests.

He married, in September, 1858, at St. John, N.B., Helen Leith Boyd Emslie, daughter of Captain Emslie of the 83rd regiment, and they have lost one son, and have a son and a daughter living.

In the death of Mr. Brecken the community, the Province, yes! and the Dominion of Canada, sustains a great loss. He was a gentleman of rare culture, wide reading, keen observation and most extensive knowledge. As an orator he stood in the very front rank. Of fine personal appearance, charming manner, ready wit and a warm sympathetic nature he won many friends. At the Bar, in the Legislature and on the public platform he was always listened to with profound respect. Mr. Brecken was a most patriotic Briton, and one of his last public addresses was at the great meeting held in the Legislative Assembly Hall on the occasion of the Queen's death. It was delightful to listen to his reminiscences of persons and events. He had met the Duke of Wellington and many distinguished statesmen of the Reform Bill and Corn Law periods. A worthy man, an able statesman, an efficient public officer and a Christian gentleman, the memory of Frederick De St. Croix Brecken will long remain green in his native Island. Through his long tract of years he wore without reproach the white flower of a blameless life, and he goes to his grave universally lamented.
DEATH: BRECKEN - Entered into rest on Wednesday the 14th October, Frederick de St. Croix Brecken in the 75th year of his age.

[Funeral will leave his late residence on Friday next at 2.30 p.m. for St. Peter's Cathedral thence to St. Peter's Cemetery.]


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1903
DEATH:
FISHER-PIERCE
- On the 6th inst., at Elmira, after an illness of one year with patience and resignation to the Divine Will, Mary Fisher, beloved wife of Thomas Pierce, in the 42nd year of her age, leaving a husband and six children to mourn the loss of a loving wife and mother. May her soul rest in peace.


THE DAILY PATRIOT, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1903
DEATH:
DAVIES-HASZARD
- Entered into rest at Brighton Villa on Tuesday 27th of Oct., Jane Davenport, widow of the late John Haszard and third daughter of the late Nathan Davies of Charlottetown in the 80th year of her age.

[Funeral will leave her late residence tomorrow (Thursday) at 3 o'clock for Sherwood Cemetery by train. Service at the house at 2.45. Friends will please accept this notice.]


THE CHARLOTTETOWN HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1903
DEATH:
MACINTYRE
- At St. Andrew's on the 15th ult., after a short illness, Damian McIntyre, in the 88th year of his age. R.I.P.