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Fiche créée le : 2008-09-10
Père : James Craik
Mère : Frances Flieger
Décès le : 2008-09-10
Parution : 2008-09-24
Paru dans : Miramichi Leader, NB

James Craik James Craik of Bridgetown, NS., formerly of South Devon, passed away at Mountain Lea Lodge, Bridgetown, on 10 September 2008. Born in Strathadam, Northumberland Co., NB, 15 September 1924, he was the son of the late James and Frances (Flieger) Craik of South Devon (formerly of Newcastle and the Miramichi area.) From an early age, Jim was involved in many church and community affairs, becoming the youngest Scout Master in the province at the time. He was a member of St. Mary's Parish Church, Union St. He attended the Nova Scotia Agricultural College and worked in Bridgetown and in Second Peninsula, NS before retiring in Lunenburg. Jim was an avid genealogist, researching not only his own family, but those of many others. In addition to bee-keeping and amateur ham radio, he was a collector, and was especially interested in railroad memorabilia. Jim is predeceased by his wife, the former Olive Murtha of Bridgetown; his parents; five brothers, William (Bill), Kenneth (Bud), George, Aubrey, and infant Arthur; five sisters, Joyce Newman, Vivian Weed, Phyllis Buxton, Rita Stafford, and infant Ethel; two nephews, Kenneth Craik, Arthur Newman; two nieces, Donna Craik, Carla Weed. He will be sadly missed by his three surviving sisters, Helen Furlotte of Oshawa ON; Marie (Conrad) McNeill of Waterborough, NB; and Carol Craik of Fredericton; sister-in-law Phoebe Craik and aunt Alice Craik, both of Miramichi; several nieces and nephews. A graveside service with burial of his ashes, along with those of his wife's, will be held at Riverside Cemetery, Bridgetown, NS, at a later date. Source: Miramichi Leader Date de parution:September 24, 2008 Listing ID:168341

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