Barbara Olivia Manderson
(1838-1924)

 

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James Sharpe

Barbara Olivia Manderson

  • Born: 5 Oct 1838, Chatham, New Brunswick
  • Marriage: James Sharpe on 12 Mar 1857 in St. Eleanor's, Prince Edward Island
  • Died: 2 Jun 1924, Campbellton, New Brunswick at age 85
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bullet  General Notes:

Reverend J. McLeod officiated at wedding. Dick Parks info shows birthyear as 1839
Alice and Dickie say that Barbara had a twin sister who married the father of
Lord Beaverbrook (Max Aitkin). However, Aitkin's father, Rev. William Aitkin,
married a Jane Nobel in 1867. She was the daughter of a prosperous storekeeper
and farmer at Vaughn in the parish of Maple Ontario.

Obituary
Mrs. B. Sharpe Passes Away
Old and Highly Respected Resident Succumbs to Attack of Heart
Failure.

The community was deeply grieved on Monday to learn of the death
of Mrs. Barbara Sharpe, which occurred quite suddenly at the
residence of her son, Joseph R., where she had made her home
since the death of her husband, James, some nine years ago. She
retired on Sunday evening in her usual good health, and in fact
early Monday morning was apparently in her usual health, but was
suddenly seized with heart failure and passed peacefully away at
11:30 am before the physician who was hastily summoned and on his
way to the house arrived.
The late Mrs. Barbara Sharpe who was in her 86th year was
highly respected and much esteemed and her passing will be
mourned by a large circle of friends. Born in Chatham, N.B.,
October 5th, 1838, she moved to Campbellton with her husband in
September 1869, and has been a resident of our town ever since,
and has enjoyed the respect and esteem of all. The late Mrs.
Sharpe was a consistent member of the Methodist Church, and on
arrival here, there being no Methodist Church, she set herself
about to have one established, and her untiring efforts proved
successful, and she was naturally one of the first to become a
member of the Campbellton Methodist Church. Her whole life has
been devoted to the work of God. She was largely instrumental in
the formation of the W.C.T.U. in Campbellton, and was therefore
one of this society's chartered members, and in this connection
we might point out that at the time of her death was the oldest
chartered member in the Campbellton Division of the W.C.T.U. In
all good work she took a deep interest. Only some two months ago
a meeting of the W.C.T.U. was held at her residence, for the
purpose of having her with them. She leaves to mourn the loss of
a kind and devoted mother, two sons, Joseph R. of Campbellton and
Harvey W. of Quebec to whom the ....sympathy of the
community.....in the loss of.....

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Occupation: Housewife & Storekeeper.


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Barbara married James Sharpe on 12 Mar 1857 in St. Eleanor's, Prince Edward Island. (James Sharpe was born on 7 Feb 1838 in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, died on 16 Oct 1915 and was buried on 18 Oct 1915 in Campbellton, New Brunswick.)


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