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Madeline Cecilia Briggs Branscombe
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Birth: 1914
Saint-John
New Brunswick, Canada
Death: Oct. 5, 1943
Saint-John
New Brunswick, Canada

BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1943 ; PAGE 5

Mrs. K. J. Branscombe Passes Suddenly

The sudden death of Mrs. Madeline Branscombe occurred in the General Hospital early Tuesday morning after she became ill at her residence, 181 Waterloo Street. She died soon after she was admitted to hospital. She was the wife of L-Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe and the daughter of Mrs. Agnes Briggs and the late John C. Briggs.

Mrs. Branscombe was born in the North End of the city where she resided most of her life. She attended St. Peter's Girls School. After her marriage she moved to Waterloo Street and became a member of the parish of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception.

Besides her husband and mother she leaves to mourn one young son, Kenneth J., Jr., at home; two brothers, Pte. William F. Briggs, overseas, and Joseph Leo Briggs, Monastery, N. S.; three sisters, Mrs. Wallace W. Kilburn, Mrs. Stanley W. Young and Mrs. Frank A. Henderson, all of Saint John; and one half-brother, Trp. Hiram W. Briggs, on service in Canada.

The funeral will be held from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street, at a time to be announced later.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE EVENING TIMES-GLOBE (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1943 ; PAGE 8

Mrs. K. J. Branscombe Passes Suddenly

The sudden death of Mrs. Madeline Branscombe occurred in the General Hospital early Tuesday morning after she became ill at her residence, 181 Waterloo Street. She died soon after she was admitted to hospital. She was the wife of Lt-Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe and the daughter of Mrs. Agnes Briggs.

Mrs. Branscombe was born in the North End of the city where she resided most of her life. She attended St. Peter's Girls School. After her marriage she moved to Waterloo Street and became a member of the parish of the Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception.

Besides her husband and mother she leaves to mourn one young son, Kenneth J. Jr., at home; two brothers, Pte. William F. Briggs, overseas, and Joseph Leo Briggs, Monastery, N. S.; three sisters, Mrs. Wallace Kilburn, Mrs Stanley Young and Mrs. Frank A. Henderson, all of Saint John; and one half-brother, Tpr. Hiram W. Briggs, on service in Canada.

The funeral will be held from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street, at a time to be announced later.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1943 ; PAGE 5

Deaths

Branscombe - At the Saint John General Hospital on Oct. 5, 1943, Madeline, wife of L/Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe, 181 Waterloo Street, and daughter of Agnes and the late John C. Briggs, leaving to mourn besides her husband and mother, one son, two brothers, three sisters and one half-brother.

Funeral from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street at a time to be announced later.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE EVENING TIMES-GLOBE (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1943 ; PAGE 9

Deaths

Branscombe - At the Saint John General Hospital on Oct. 5, 1943, Madeline, wife of L/Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe, 181 Waterloo Street, and daughter of Agnes and the late John C. Briggs, leaving to mourn, one son, two brothers, three sisters and one half-brother.

Funeral from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street, at a time to be announced later.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1943 ; PAGE 5

Deaths

Branscombe - At the Saint John General Hospital on Oct. 5, 1943, Madeline, wife of L/Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe, 181 Waterloo Street, and daughter of Agnes and the late John C. Briggs, leaving to mourn besides her husband and mother, one son, two brothers, three sisters and one half-brothers.

Funeral from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street Saturday morning at 9:40 o'clock to St. Peter's Church for solemn high mass of requiem at 10 o'clock. Interment in St. Joseph's Cemetery.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE EVENING TIMES-GLOBE (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1943 ; PAGE 5

Funeral Saturday

The funeral of Mrs. Kenneth J. Branscombe will be held Saturday morning at 9:40 from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street, to St. Peter's Church for solemn high mass of requiem at 10 o'clock. Interment will be made in St. Joseph's Cemetery.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE EVENING TIMES-GLOBE (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1943 ; PAGE 9

Deaths

Branscombe - At the Saint John General Hospital on Oct. 3, 1943, Madeline, wife of L/Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe, 181 Waterloo Street, and daughter of Agnes and the late John C. Briggs, leaving to mourn besides her husband and mother, one son, two brothers, three sisters and one half-brother.

Funeral from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street, Saturday morning at 9:40 o'clock to St. Peter's Church for solemn high mass of requiem at 10 o'clock. Interment in St. Joseph's Cemetery.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1943 ; PAGE 10

Funeral Saturday

The funeral of Mrs. Kenneth J. Branscombe will be held, Saturday morning at 9:40 from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street, to St. Peter's Church for solemn high mass of requiem at 10 o'clock. Interment will be made in St. Joseph's Cemetery.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1943 ; PAGE 5

Deaths

Branscombe - At the Saint John General Hospital on Oct. 5, 1943, Madeline, wife of L/Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe, 181 Waterloo Street, and daughter of Agnes and the late John C. Briggs, leaving to mourn besides her husband and mother, one son, two brothers, three sisters and one half-brother.

Funeral from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street Saturday morning at 9:40 o'clock to St. Peter's Church for solemn high mass of requiem at 10 o'clock. Interment in St. Joseph's Cemetery.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE EVENING TIMES-GLOBE (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1943 ; PAGE 9

Deaths

Branscombe - At the Saint John General Hospital on Oct. 5, 1943, Madeline, wife of L/Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe, 181 Waterloo Street, and daughter of Agnes and the late John C. Briggs, leaving to mourn besides her husband and mother, one son, two brothers, three sisters and one half-brother.

Funeral from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street, Saturday morning at 9:40 o'clock to St. Peter's Church for solemn high mass of requiem at 10 o'clock. Interment in St. Joseph's Cemetery.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; SATURDAY OCTOBER 9, 1943 ; PAGE 5

Deaths

Branscombe - At the Saint John General Hospital on Oct. 5, 1943, Madeline, wife of L/Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe, 181 Waterloo Street, and daughter of Agnes and the late John C. Briggs, leaving to mourn besides her husband and mother, one son, two brothers, three sisters and one half-brother.

Funeral from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street Saturday morning at 9:40 o'clock to St. Peter's Church for solemn high mass of requiem at 10 o'clock. Interment in St. Joseph's Cemetery.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE NEW FREEMAN (PUBLISHED IN MONCTON, N.B. ; EDITORIAL OFFICE, SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1943 ; PAGE 8

Obituary

Branscombe - The sudden death of Mrs. Madeline Branscombe occurred in the General Hospital early Tuesday morning. She was the wife of L.-Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe and the daughter of Mrs. Agnes Briggs and the late John C. Briggs. Mrs. Branscombe was born in the North End of the city where she resided most of her life. She attended St. Peter's Girls School. Besides her husband and mother she leaves to mourn one young son, Kenneth, Jr., at home; two brothers, Pte. William F. Briggs, overseas, and Joseph Leo Briggs, Monastery, N. S., three sisters, Mrs. Wallace W. Kilburn, Mrs. Stanley W. Young and Mrs. Frank A. Henderson, all of Saint John; and one half-brother, Cpr. Hiram W. Briggs, on service in Canada.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE EVENING TIMES-GLOBE (SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1943 ; PAGE 14

Funerals

Mrs. K. J. Branscombe

The funeral of Mrs. Madeline Branscombe, wife of L-Cpl. Kenneth J. Branscombe, was held this morning at 9:40 o'clock from O'Neill's Funeral Home, 669 Main Street, to St. Peter's Church where at 10 o'clock solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. Francis Lawless, C.SS.R., Very Rev. John Keogh, C.SS.R. was deacon and Rev. Gordon McGuinness was sub-deacon. Many spiritual and floral tributes were received and relatives and friends acted as pallbearers. Interment was in St. Joseph's Cemetery where prayers at the grave were read by Rev. H. G. Ramage.


BRANSCOMBE (BRIGGS), MADELINE CECILIA "MADELINE"

IN THE NEW FREEMAN (PUBLISHED IN MONCTON, N.B. ; EDITORIAL OFFICE, SAINT JOHN, N.B.) ; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1943 ; PAGE 6

Funeral

Branscombe - The funeral of Mrs. Madeline Branscombe, was held on Oct. 9, from O'Neill's Funeral Home, to St. Peter's Church where Solemn High Mass of Requiem was celebrated by Rev. Francis Lawless, C.SS.R., Very Rev. John Keogh, C.SS.R. was deacon and Rev. Gordon McGuinness sub-deacon. Many spiritual and floral tributes were received. Interment was in St. Joseph's Cemetery where prayers at the grave were read by Rev. H. Ramage.










 
 
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 Parents:
  John Clarke Briggs (1875 - 1926)
  Agnes Catherine McCluskey Briggs (1895 - 1953)
 
 Spouse:
  Kenneth Joseph Branscombe (1918 - 1944)
 
Burial:
Saint Josephs Cemetery
Saint-John
Saint John County
New Brunswick, Canada
 
Created by: William McGuire
Record added: Jul 09, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54707486
Madeline Cecilia <i>Briggs</i> Branscombe
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