Newspaper Obituary in the Middleton Outlook Dated May 16, 1935:
Lewis Blanchard Dodge
The sudden death of Blanchard Lewis Dodge of this town occurred Friday afternoon, May 10th, at the home of his cousin Mrs. Sarah Baker, Cottage Street, Berwick. He had driven up that morning from Middleton and after dinner was in the garden setting out a few plants he had taken with him when he fell, death occurring immediately. Dr. Bethune was called and pronounced heart due to a heart attack. Mr. Dodge had suffered from previous attacks.
He was 67 years of age and was the son of the late Ambrose and Annie Cox Dodge of Middleton.
He leaves two sisters, Margaret who resided with him and Mrs. O.P. Goucher, both of Middleton and one brother Harry Dodge of Sydney; Reverend H.S. Shaw and W.H. Shaw of Berwick were cousins.
The largely attended funeral was held from his late home Sunday afternoon, May 12th, at 2:00, Reverend J.M. Armstrong, pastor of the United Baptist Church was in charge, assisted by Rev. A.I. Higgins, Minister of St. John's United Church and Rev. Charles C. Rand, rector of Holy Trinity Church.
Miss Maxine Morse rendered a solo, May God Will Take Care of You@ and the male quartette, H.B.E. Reagh, C.H. Appleby, N.W. Baker, and C.T. Reagh gave two selections, ACrossing the Bar and The Christians Good Night.