|MISS PHOEBE HARTT DIES AT ST ANDREWS AT AGE 84 YEARS
St. Andrews in New Brunswick. 12, 1835 Special:
The death of Miss Phoebe L. Hartt occurred Sunday evening at St. Andrews. She was born 84 years ago at Fredericton Junction, daughter of Mary Jane Alexander and Aaron Hartt, and lived in Fredericton Junction until 1901, when her brother, Dell W. Hartt, where she remained until his death in 1923. She came then to St. Andrews and had since resided here.
She is survived by several nieces and nephews. Miss Hartt was a sister of the late Thomas Aaron Hartt, who for a number of years represented the County of Charlotte at Ottawa, Canada.
A short funeral service was conducted by Rev. W. Ideson at the home of a niece, Mrs. J. F. Worrell, after which the body, accompanied by Miss Maude Greenlaw, was taken to Fredericton Junction. The pall bearers were : Dr. J F. Worrell, Harold Greenlaw, Ronald Hewitt and William J. Rollins.
Fredericton Junction, Feb. 14, 1935
Accompanied by her niece, Miss Maud Greenlaw, St. Andrews, the body of Miss Phoebe Hartt was brought on Monday from St. Andrews to her girl hood home here, for interment Tuesday.
Miss Hartt, who was a member of the United Baptist Church at Fredericton Junction, was a woman of sweet Christian Character, her kindly nature endearing her to all who knew her. She was born and spent her girlhood at Fredericton Junction. In her early womanhood keeping house for her brother, Dell Hartt, on the old farmstead. Always a lover of flowers, she had a beautiful garden, in a day when country flower gardens were rare, and no visitor ever left her door without a nose gay.
In 1901, she left with her brother for Creelman, Saskatchewan, where he died in 1923, his body being brought home for burial. In 1924, Miss Hartt came to New Brunswick to make her home with relatives in St. Andrews, where she had lived since and where she passed away Sunday evening.
Rev. H.G. Westrup conducted the service held at the United Baptist Church at Fredericton Junction Tuesday morning. The choir sang, Pallbearers were P.W. Nason, H.H. Stuart, Winslow Scott and Henry McCracken. Interment was made in the family lot, Gladstone Cemetery.
Surviving are three nieces: Mrs. J .F. Worrell and Miss Maud Greenlaw, St. Andrews, and Sister M. Regina, Mount Carmel Academe, Saint John, and four nephews: Dr. Percy Hartt, Ishpeming, Michigan; Harold Greenlaw, St. Andrews; Will Greenlaw, Saskatchewan, and Rupert Greenlaw, Detroit, Michigan.|