Location:Grand Rapids, MI
Thu, May 20, 2004
Amherst, Nova Scotia
MRS. T. M. MALTBY
Amherst, Feb 19, 1949
Friends will learn with deep regret of the passing of Georgina Pearl Bryenton, wife of Thomas M. Maltby, at her home on Friday evening. The deceased had not been in good health for the past year and had only been confined to her bed for the past few weeks.
She was born in 1885, and spend the greater part of her life in Newcastle, N.B. The family moved to Amherst about 18 years ao where they made a wide circle of friends. The late Mrs. Maltby was a member of the Church of England.
Besides her husband, she is survived by seven daughters and four sons, Mrs. G. L. Kennedy (Gertrude) of Quebec City, Mrs. Alfred Cooper (Mable) of Quebec City, Mrs. Arthur Steward (Muriel) ofof Saint John; Mrs. Layton Manship (Elsie) of Amherst; Mrs. Donald Fownes (Phyllis) of Moncton; Mrs. Ross McGilvray (Elizabeth) of Amherst, and Grace, also of Amherst: Richard of Halifax, Arthur of Bathurst and Wallace and Thomas in Amherst.
There also two brothers and three sisters, Chester Bryenton of Vancouver, Roy of Port Colborne, Ont: Mrs. George Graham of Vancouver, Mrs. Cuthert Whitney and Mrs. Oliver Yeo, both of of Newcastle, N. B.
The remains are resting at the home, 8 Robie Street. The funeral will be held from Churist Church Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
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