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Fern Marshall Weagle Aulenback
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Birth: 1919
Death: Apr. 25, 1998
Bridgewater
Nova Scotia, Canada

AULENBACK, Fern Marshall - 79, Bridgewater, died April 25, 1998, in the South Shore Regional Hospital, Bridgewater. Born in Bridgewater, she was a daughter of the late John Elias and Emily (Oickle) Weagle.

Surviving are daughters, Eleanor (Mrs. Edward Conrad), Brenda (Mrs. Doug Himmelman), Bridgewater; sons, Frederic, Chelsea; Reynolds, Voglers Cove; sister, Sue Messervey, Halifax; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Fred St. Clair; brothers, Ralph, Fred, Lorne, Russell; sister, Frances.

Visitation 7-9 pm today, Monday April 27, 1998, funeral 11 am Tuesday April 28, 1998, both in Sweeny's Funeral Home, Bridgewater, Rev. Ivan Norton officiating. Private family burial to follow in Brookside Cemetery, Bridgewater. Family flowers only. Donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, the Lung Association of Nova Scotia or any charity.

~ Taken from the Chronicle Herald, Monday April 27, 1998, page B3 ~ 
 
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 Spouse:
  Fred St. Clair Aulenback (1915 - 1972)*
 
 Children:
  Frederic Brenton Aulenback (1938 - 2006)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Brookside Cemetery
Bridgewater
Lunenburg County
Nova Scotia, Canada
 
Created by: family historian
Record added: Nov 28, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62244413
Fern Marshall <i>Weagle</i> Aulenback
Added by: Sharon Goddard
 
Fern Marshall <i>Weagle</i> Aulenback
Added by: Sharon Goddard
 
 
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- Sharon Goddard
 Added: Sep. 16, 2011
 
 
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