|Birth: ||1864, England|
|Death: ||Feb. 15, 1931|
Mrs. Harry Buddle Outlook - March 12, 1931, page 3
Feb. 17 - There passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L.H.
Phinney, Yarmouth, Mrs. Harry Buddle, wife of Harry Buddle, of South
The deceased had been in poor health for some time but had suffered
severe illness for about two weeks.
There were present at her bedside during her last hours, her husband, and
daughters, Mrs. Banks, Mrs. Bartlett and Mrs. Phinney.
Mrs. Buddle was 68 years of age and was the youngest member of her
family, who are residents in England at the present time.
brook Mines at the beginning of the Torbrook Iron Company some years
ago and since have resided either at Torbrook Mines or South Farmington.
There are left to mourn her loss her husband, and four daughters, Mrs.
McGraw, of Ontario; Mrs. Banks and Mrs. Bartlett, of Framingham, Mass.,
and Mrs. L.H Phinney of Yarmouth.
The remains accompanied by her husband and daughters were brought to
Torbrook Mines, where a funeral service was held in the United Church,
conducted by Rev. Dr. Sidey in the absence of her own pastor.
William Henry Buddle (1855 - 1942)*
Mildred Annie Buddle (1889 - 1914)*
Torbrook Mines, United Church Cemetery
Nova Scotia, Canada
Created by: Ric Noble
Record added: Dec 13, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 102122351