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Subject: PROSSER, Norman
Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2005 18:40:07 -0500
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-"Telegraph-Journal", Saint John, N.B., Monday, 29.12.1930,
DEATH IS SHOCK
PETITCODIAC, Westmorland Co., Dec. 28 - The sudden
passing of Norman N. Prosser, of St. Martins, whose death
occurred on a small truck in Saint John on Wednesday morning,
Came (sic) as a distinct shock to his relatives at Parkindale,
Albert County, his former home and birthplace. Beside his wife,
son and daughter, and aged mother, who still lives at the old
home, there are three sisters, Mrs. George W. Geldart and Mrs.
John Carter, of Parkindale, and Mrs. J. Bennett of Melrose,
Mass.; the brothers are George of Hillsboro; Oscar of Moncton;
Clarence of Melrose, Mass.; Ralph of West Quaco, St. John Co.,
and George of Hillsboro.
He was the son of Mrs. James Prosser and the late Mr. Prosser
NOTE -yes,"George of Hillsboro" was repeated.
West Quaco is at the west end of St. Martins village and 30 miles
east of Saint John on the coast of the Bay of Fundy.