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Nina Minnie Louise (Langille) Verge

Obituary - Sudbury Star, June 24, 2003

VERGE, Nina Minnie Louise (nee Langille) In loving memory of Nina Minnie Louise Verge (nee Langille), 86 years, of Sudbury, who passed away Sunday morning, June 22nd, 2003 at the Sudbury Regional Hospital - St. Joseph's Health Centre. Born in Martin's River, Nova Scotia, she married Harry Verge in 1939 in Mahone Bay, N.S. Nina came to Sudbury in 1939 [note this is incorrect - should be 1949]. A woman of faith, she was a member of the Church of the Resurrection where she had sung in the church choir. Nina was devoted to her loving family taking great pride and interest in their activities and accomplishments. The light and love of her life will be cherished by all who knew her. Beloved wife of Harry M. Verge of Sudbury. Loving mother of Charles (wife Joan) of North Bay, George (wife Betty predeceased 1995) (friend Debbie), and Dale (wife Sharon) both of Sudbury, Gorden (wife Karen) of Mississauga, Nancy (husband Robert James) and Glenda (husband Denis Desjardins) both of Sudbury and David predeceased. Cherished grandmother of Peter (fianc´┐Że Kathy), Kelly, Natalie, Timothy, Eric (friend Denise), David, Dale, Ashley, Rebecca, Jessica, Keith, Sherri-Anne (husband Jamie), Bonnie Jean (husband Thomas); great grandchildren Sarah, Jaimie-Anne, Ryan, Victoria and Liam. Dear daughter of Charles and Ellen Langille predeceased. Dear sister of Arlean Langille of Nova Scotia and the late Joyce, Lena and George all predeceased. Sadly missed by many nieces and nephews. Resting at the LOUGHEED FUNERAL HOME, 252 Regent St. at Hazel St. Funeral Service in the Church of the Resurrection, 363 Regent St., Sudbury on Wednesday, June 25th, 2003 at 11:30 a.m. Interment in the Civic Cemetery. Donations to the Regional Hospital Heart Equipment Fund would be appreciated. (Friends may call from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, and after 10 a.m. Wednesday.)

Lewis Leon Verge

Obituary - Halifax Chronicle Herald, Feb 3, 1977

Lewis Leon Verge, 51, of 23 Convoy Avenue, Fairview, died Wednesday in Victoria General Hospital. Born in White's Point, Queens County, he was the son of the late Harry and Clarissa Verge. He was a veteran of the Second World War, and was employed with the department of public works, Post Office for 30 years. Surviving are his wife, the former Mary Burgoyne; two sons, Allan, Hillsdale; Leon, Halifax; three daughters, Dianna (Mrs. Merill (Tony) Snyder), Mary (Mrs. Bernard Currie) and Katherine (Mrs. Elmer MacEachern), all of Halifax; a brother, Harry, Sudbury, Ont.; a sister, Elaine (Mrs. John Bonner), Toronto; four grandchildren. He was predeceased by two daughters, Laura and Sandra. The body is at J. Albert Walker Funeral Home, Halifax. Funeral service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in St. John's Anglican Church, Rev. E. Elliott officiating. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery. Family requests no flowers, donations may be made to the Nova Scotia Heart Foundation.

Elaine Florence (Verge) Boehner

Obituary - Toronto Star, April 26, 1998, pg B16

(Formerly of Hunts Point, Nova Scotia). After a courageous battle on April 24, 1998 at Scarborough General Hospital, in her 74th year. Elaine, beloved wife of Johnny. Loving mother of Judi, Arnold, Charlotte and Sandra. Cherished gramma to Angela, Heather and Colleen. Dear sister to Harry Verge of Sudbury and the late Lewis Verge of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Friends may visit at the Jerrett Funeral Home, 660 Kennedy Rd, Scarborough (between Eglinton and St. Clair Aves. East) on Sunday 2-5 pm. Funeral service complete in the chapel on Monday at 2:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.

Baine John Freeman Boehner

Obituary - Toronto Star, April 7, 2001, pg B6

Formerly of Broad Cove, Nova Scotia. After a courageous battle with cancer, on Wednesday, April 4, 2001, at the Scarborough General Hospital, at the age of 75 years. Predeceased by his beloved wife Elaine. Loving father of Judy, Arnold, Charlotte and Sandra. Cherished grandfather of Angela, Heather and Colleen. Brother of Phyllis Hirtle of Broad Cove Nova Scotia. Friends may visit at the Jerrett Funeral Home, 660 Kennedy Rd., Scarborough (between Eglinton and St. Clair Aves. East), from 12-3 p.m. on Sunday, April 8, 2001. A complete funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. in the Chapel. Cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.

Seymour J. LaPierre

Obituary - Halifax Chronicle Herald, November 10, 1964, pg 18

Seymour J. LaPierre, 73, died suddenly yesterday at his home in Preston. He is survived by his wife, the former Joyce Langille; a son, three daughters and one grandson. In the body is resting at Dartmouth funeral home, Queen Street. Requiem Mass will be conducted Wednesday 9 a.m. at St. Thomas More Church, Westphal. Interment will be in the family lot in St. Peter's Cemetery, Dartmouth.

Catherine Ann LaPierre

Obituary - unknown paper and date

Catherine Ann LaPierre passed away early Friday at her home on Preston Road, Dartmouth. She was the widow of Rufus LaPierre, and had reached the age of 98 years. She was born at Soldiers' Cove, Cape Breton; but had been a resident of the Preston Road district for almost all her life. Shee was a member of St. Peter's Parish, Dartmouth. Surviving is one son Seymour LaPierre, Preston Road. The funeral will be held from the late residence Monday morning in time for 10 o'clock prayers at St. Peter's Church. The funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Peter's on Tuesday, 8:15 a.m. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery.

Eunice Whitcomb (Millet) Verge

Obituary - Halifax Evening Express, January 21, 1863

On the 21st Inst after a painful illness which she bore with Christian fortitude, Mrs Eunice W. Verge, widow of the late John Verge, in the 77th year of her age. Funeral is to take place on Friday 23rd inst., at 3 o'clock P.M. from the residence of Mr Lewis Wilson, No. 63 Lockman Street, --friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend without further notice.

Marion Louise (Langille) Pierce

Obituary - Unknown paper and date

Marion Louise Pierce - 83, Harbour View Haven Home for Special Care, Lunenburg, died May 11, 1996, in the home. Born at Martins River, Lunenburg Co., formerly of Mahone Bay, she was a daughter of the late Eva Idella Langille. She was a member of St. Martin's Anglican Church and the altar guild, Martin's River. In her earlier years she was a secretary of Martin's River Home and School Association and was very active in her community. Surviving are daughters, Eva (Mrs. Robert Hatt), Chester Basin; Rosalie (Mrs. Charles Berry), Lower Sackville; Thelma Pierce, Chester Grant; Sheila (Mrs. David Cleveland), Hebbville; sons, Terry, Western Shore,; Darrell, Bridgewater; 11 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Robie Howell. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Mahone Funeral Home, Mahone Bay. Funeral 11 a.m. Tuesday in St. Martin's Anglican Church, Martin's River, Rev. Carolyn Tomlin officiating. Burial in St. Martin's Cemetery. Donations to St. Martin's memorial fund or Habour View Haven Home for Special Care.

Harold Milford Verge, Sr.

Obituary - Liverpool Advance, June 7, 1934

Our whole district was deeply shocked when word came of the death by drowning near the mouth of Five Rivers, White Point, on Monday, May 21 of Harry Milford Verge.

Mr. Verge, with his fishing partner, Albert Payzant, were at the time engaged in tending their lobster traps. There was a heavy surf and the accident occured when they attempted to pull a trap near a big submerged rock less than a hundred yards from land. The boat evidently hit the rock and when the two men were thrown into the water Mr. Verge must have struck the rock or been injured in some way which prevented his being able to help himself. Mr. Payzant, with difficulty, got to land. Mr. Verge's body was recovered in the evening.

The deceased was in his 43rd year and a son of the late William Verge and Mrs. Verge of White Point where he always made his home.

In October, 1922, he married Laura Clarissa Smith, daughter of Mr & Mrs. Lewis Smith, Hunts Point. They had four children, three of whom survive, Harry Milford, Elaine Florence and Lewis Leon. Mrs. Verge, who was a highly respected young wife and mother, died in 1928.

Mr. Verge was a cook by trade, serving on ships and in lumber camps. But lately, in order to keep his little family in his own home he had been doing some shore fishing. He was a young man of quiet, retiring disposition, highly respected by all who knew him. A faithful and devoted husband, and since the death of his wife, both mother and father to his children. The children will make their home with Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Smith, their maternal grandparents, where they have spent most of the last four years.

Besides the children and Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Mr. Verge leaves of his immediate family to mourn his loss, his mother, Mrs. Nora Verge, three sisters, Mrs. William Leahy, and Mrs. Nat Toothe of New York, USA, and Mrs. Alton Langille of Martin's River, Lunenburg Co., NS; seven brothers, Hugh, Robert & James, New York, John in Western Canada, Frank in Halifax, Ambrose & William of White Point.

Mrs. Leahy, Mrs. Toothe and Mrs. Hugh Verge of New York and Mr. Ambrose Verge who was at St.John, NB with his vessel, came home for the funeral. The burial service from the home of his widowed mother was held in St. James Church, the Rector, Rev, Canon E. B. Spurr officiating. It was attended by the citizenship generally and was very impressive. The interment was in the churchyard beside his predeceased wife and child.

Mabel (Verge) Estremo

Obituary - Las Vegas Review-Journal, Aug. 1, 2000

Mabel B. Estremo, 77, died Sunday at a Las Vegas hospital.

She was born Nov. 16, 1922, in Nova Scotia. A retired buyer in retail sales, she was a four-month resident of Las Vegas.

She is survived by her husband, Charles; and daughter, Josephine Scacchetti, both of Las Vegas; sons, Charles Jr. of New York and John of Watagua, Texas; brothers, Lawrence Verge of White Point, Nova Scotia, and Ambrose Verge of New York; sister, Marguerite MacWilliam of Winnipeg, Manitoba; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Services are private. The family requests memorial donations be made to Down Syndrome Organization. Palm Mortuary-Cheyenne handled arrangements.

Marguerite (Verge) MacWilliam

Obituary - Winnipeg Free Press, Dec. 5, 2001

Peacefully, on December 2, 2001, at the Grace Hospital, Margaret passed away at the age of 75. Margaret is survived by her beloved husband Gordon; daughters, JoAnn Powell (Arnie) of Toronto and Leslie Van de Laar (Bob) of Ottawa; much loved grandchildren, David, James, Steven, Nicole, and Michael; brother Lawrence Verge (Kay) of Nova Scotia; and sister-in-law Dorothy Howard of Nova Scotia. Margaret was born in White Point, NS on September 30, 1926. She married the love of her life, Gordon and they spent 55 wonderful years together. They enjoyed the exciting years spent moving to many places across Canada with Gordon's military career, before settling in Winnipeg in 1973. It was in Winnipeg that Margaret commenced a second career as the spiritual director of Tuxedo Villa Nursing Home, where she spent many of her happiest years serving the faith needs of the residents. Margaret cared most about faith and family. She was a devoted and loving wife and mother. Margaret was an active member of the St. James Presbyterian Church, and served as church librarian for many years. She taught us all to believe that God has "a plan" for our lives. Margaret was an avid outdoorswoman. She loved camping, golf, and enjoyed nature. She was a lifelong baseball fan, and always followed the Blue Jays games. Margaret was a voracious reader and talented writer. All who knew her enjoyed her sense of humour, sharp wit, and positive outlook on life. Margaret will always be remembered for her kind, caring ways and generous love of all people in need. The family wishes to express their thanks to Dr. Renouf, Dr. Harris, Dr. Morgan, and the nursing staff of the Grace General Hospital for their gracious care and support. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Margaret's memory to the charity of your choice as tokens of remembrance. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, December 6 at 1:00 p.m. at St. James Presbyterian Church, 1476 Portage Ave., with Rev. Beth McCutcheon officiating. Interment will follow at a later date and a reception will follow at the St. James Presbyterian Church. Arrangements entrusted to: CHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM 885-9715

Sandra Elaine Verge

Obituary - Halifax Chronicle Herald, Dec. 11, 1967

Sandra Elaine Verge, 18, 23 Convoy Avenue, died Sunday. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Verge, she is survived by two brothers, Allan and Leon, at home; three sisters, Diane, Mary, Catherine, and her grandmother, Mrs. David Burgoyne.

The body is at the J. Albert Walker Funeral Home until noon today. Funeral service will be held Tuesday from St. John's Anglican Church, Fairview, at 2 p.m. with Rev. C.R. Elliott officiating. Interment will be in St. John's Cemetery.



Harold Milford Verge, Sr.

News Story - Halifax Chronicle Herald, May 21, 1934

Just before dark tonight the sea gave up the body of Harry Verge when it was washed ashore. It was discovered on the beach by the search party headed by Eldridge Doggett.

Albert Payzant, 19, left home at White Point, Queens County twice today to go out on the sea.This morning he and Harry Verge,40, also of White Point, started out for the usually uneventful routine of the lobster fisherman's day.

This afternoon young Payzant, accompanied a search party for the body of his companion.

Interviewed by the Chronicle at her home, Mrs. Frank Payzant, mother of young Payzant, repeated what her son had told her of the tragedy. The first intimation her son had of impending disaster was when Verge shouted to him to "Look out!" The next momemt they were both in the icy water and the boat was nowhere to be seen, having apparently sunk instantly.

Payzant, who can swim, made an effort to reach and assist the older man, who could not swim. Verge, clinging to the floating bait barrel, persuaded Payzant to try to save himself and cover the one hundred yards of distance to shore. He managed to reach the beach and gave the alarm whereupon boats from nearby points and from Liverpool rushed to the scene but Verge couldn't be found. This afternoon dredging operations were unsuccessfully carried out and young Payzant was untiring in his effort to locate the body of his companion. Verge was a widower and is survived by three children.

Albert Payzant is the youth who narrowly escaped losing his hand in January when he accidently pulled the trigger of a gun he was storing away in his boat, emptying the charge into the palm of his left hand.

Laura Verge

News Story - Halifax Chronicle Herald, Mar. 31, 1964

Street Accident Kills Child

"Spring fever" was blamed for the second highway fatality involving children in the last two days when five-year-old Laura Verge of 23 Convoy Avenue, Fairview, was killed when she was struck by a car near her home yesterday.

The girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Verge, had apparently run out from her house after watching television when the accident occurred. Driver of the car was identified as Donald L. Barrett of Bedford.

RCMP officials last night asked parents to instruct their children on proper highway safety... especially with "spring in the air" when children were more active than usual.

Also RCMP said snowbanks remained along roads in many areas, making it almost impossible for motorists to see the children playing.

An autopsy was performed last night. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

Saturday, five-year-old Gwen Gale Dessert, only child of Cpl. and Mrs. Joseph Dessert, Beaverbank, was killed when she was struck by a car while playing near her home.


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