O'GORMAN Deaths in Newfoundlnad

 

O'GORMAN, Michael
Evening Telegram   March 19, 1891 (Thursday)
Died. At Harbor Main, the 9th inst., after a long illness, Micheal [sic]
O'Gorman, aged 71 years; deceased was highly respected by all who knew him
and leaves 3 sons and 3 daughters to mourn their sad loss. - R.I.P.

O'GORMAN, Michael
The Times & General Commercial Gazette     March 21, 1891 (Saturday)
Died, at Harbor Main, on the 9th inst., Michael O'Gorman, aged 71 years.

O'GORMAN, Michael
Harbour Grace Standard   March 23, 1891 (Monday)
Death. At Harbor Main, on the 9th inst., after a lengthy illness, Micheal
[sic] O'Gorman, aged 71 years; deceased was highly respected by all who knew
him and leaves 3 sons and 3 daughters to mourn their sad loss. - R.I.P.

1918 December 4  (Wednesday) HANNON, Sister M. Dolorosa
Daily News   
Word was received from the Holy Rosary Hospital, Miles City, Montana,
announcing the death from Spanish Influenza of Sister M. Dolorosa Hannon, of
the Presentation Order. Deceased was a daughter of Bridget O'Gorman and the
late Patrick Hannon, and is a descendant of the line of the O'Donnell
family, which was remarkable for the number and excellence of the members it
gave to the service of religion.
Prior to her decease she had been suffering
for several months from a malady which although severe, was finally through
careful nursing and skillful treatment subdued, and she was again enjoying
her former good health when she contracted influenza bringing on pneumonia
which resulted in her death. Deceased left Harbor Main 9 years ago
accompanied by two other young ladies for far off Dakota, there to enter the
Presentation Order and devote their lives to the work of their Heavenly
Master. Since then Sister Dolorosa has been on various missions throughout
the Dakotas and Montana, and four years ago came here to her home town on a
brief visit to her relatives, taking back with her several Novices to enter
the Order. She leaves to mourn, mother, two brothers; John Operator [sic] at
Holyrood and Patrick, teacher at Chapel's Cove, also a sister, Sister M.
Columbia of the Presentation Convent, Carbonear, to whom universal sympathy
is extended. Harbor Main, Dec. 2nd, 1918.

 

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