MacEachern, Dougald Cameron

28 Jan 1966

28 Jan 1966  Dougald Cameron MacEachern

Requiem For Cape George Resident – Dougald Cameron MacEachern, 61, died at his home, Cape George, on January 28.  Born at Cape George, he was a son of the late John and Janet (MacDonald) MacEachern.  He was a member of the Holy Name Society of Holy Rosary Parish, Ballantyne’s Cove.  He is survived by two brothers and two sisters:  Joseph, St. Andrews; Hugh, Cape George; Annie Jane (Mrs. James R Kaizer) with whom he resided, Cape George; and Penelope in Boston. Also by 15 nieces and nephews.  Funeral mass was celebrated in Holy Rosary Church, Monday morning by the pastor Rev. H. V. MacDonald.  Burial was in the Holy Rosary cemetery, Ballantynes Cove.  

16 Jun 1966  Further article

The community of South Side Cape George was saddened by the sudden passing of D. Cameron MacEachern.  Cam, as he was known to his friends, was born at S.S. Cape George on October 3, 1904, son of the late  John MacEachern, (teacher) and Janet (MacDonald) MacEachern.  He resided all his life at S.S. Cape George in the old homestead.  Ever ready to take on an active and leading part in any activity which would lead to the betterment of his community, his friendly disposition will long be remembered by his friends and neighbors.  He is survived by  two sisters, Annie, (Mrs. James Kaizer), with whom he resided; Penelope of Boston; three brothers, Joseph of St. Andrews; John R., Halifax; and Hugh, S.S. Cape George; also 16 nieces and nephews.  Two brothers and a sister  predeceased him.  Requiem Mass was celebrated in the Holy Rosary Parish, Ballantyne’s Cove, burial was in the parish cemetery.  Pallbearers were :  Dan Hugh MacInnis, Colin MacInnis, Leo Roberts, Alex Adams, Alan Adams, and Austin MacEachern.