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MASON: Peter Clarence (Catalina) (The Fisherman's Advocate, May 2, 1930, page 8)
On Friday evening at 4 o'clock death entered the home of Mrs. Richard Mason, and took her second eldest son, Peter Clarence aged 19 years. Fifteen months ago the father and loving husband, the late Richard Mason was lost at sea in the "George B. Cochrane" enroute from Sydney, N.S. The blow was very severe to the mother and especially to Peter, who apparently too the loss of his father to heart and from which he nevre recovered. During the months following his father's drowning he became very morose and melancholy, giving way at times to great emotions of grief and on occasions of storms the remarks which he made concerning those at sea were very touching indeed. However, his health began to fail and in the early part of the year he suffered from pneumonia, only to recover for a short time, when menigitis seized him, which caused his death. Peter was a fine young man possessing many manly qualities. He was always willing to do whatever he could for everyone one had nothing to say about it (sic). He will be greatly missed by his widowed mother as she was depending for her future on him. The funeral took place on Sunday the 27th. The pastor Rev. G. Ivany spoke very touchingly on the sad event. "He shall be missed." A crowded church testified the respects and sympathies of his many friends. Left to mourn are a mother, three brothers and sister to whom we extend our heart-felt sympathy. Inserted by his aunt. - Mrs. Joseph Mason.
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