born. Jun.17,1900, Exploits, NF. m (1) Emily Normore
b. 1909 (daughter of Annicas Normore & Sarah Peckford) d. Appox. 1938,
buried Exploits, NF. m (2) Julia May Luscome b. 1914,
d. 1968, buried Campbellton, NF. m. (3) Eva Wheeler
b. Summerford, NF. George died May 16,1995, buried Salvation Army Cemetery
Children of George & Emily Budgell
Graham Budgell................ m. Barbara Collins
Enda May Budgell ........... m. Frank Langdon
Melba Grace Budgell........ m. _________Woodridge
Bessie Marion Budgell...... m. Cecil Langdon
Children of George & Julia Budgell
Margaret E. Budgell ........ m. _________Cramm
Bertha H.. Budgell ............ m. Gregory Holloway
Lydia L Budgell ................ Spouce Richard Wells.
Ernest Budgell................... m. Joyce Perry
Gilbert Budgell ................. m. ________________
Archibald C. Budgell ........ m. ________________
Roy Budgell ...................... m. ________________
Wilson Budgell ...................m. _________________
Passed peacefully away during the early morning hours on Tuesday,
May 16,1995, at North Haven Manor, George Bramwell Budgell, age 94 years
&11 months. Mr. Budgell was born June 17,1900 to Charles &Eliza(Stride)Budgell,
at Exploits Island. He lived at Exploits until 1966 when he moved his family
During his lifetime,
he worked as a fisherman during the summer, spent some time in the lumberwoods,
and was mail carrier to Exploits in winter. He was a faithful member of
the Salvation Army and played the small drum for over 80 years,beginning
at the age of four.
Since the death
of his last wife in 1988, he spent a number of years alone and then moved
to Botwood with his daughter. He moved to North Haven Manor in Februday
1994. He will be remembered as a very pleasant man always answering
the question "How are you? "with the cheerful reply "Just clever".
was held on Friday, May 19,1995 at Salvation Army Citadel, Campbellton.
It was conducted by Captain Kean of the Salvation Army Corps and assisted
by Captain Barrow of the Lewisporte Corps, Captain Anthony of Embree, and
Pastor Young of the Campbellton Pentecostal Assembly.
Lacey, a long time friend of the deceased, did an excellent job in paying
tribute and Mrs. Madge Jennings gave a beautiful rendition of "Supper Time".
The Campbellton Citadel was filled to capacity with relatives and friends
paying last respects to a wonderful father, grandfather, and friend.
were his six sons. He is predeceased by three wives, the former Emily Normore,
Julia Luscombe, and Eva Wheeler and by two children.
He leaves to
mourn, one sister, Mrs. C. Lilly of Lewisporte and 15 children: Norman,
Graham, Edna(Langdon), Melba (Woolridge), Bessie (Langdon), Raymond, Margaret
(Cram), Bertha H(Holloway),Ernest, Lydia, Arch, Gilbert, Roy, Emily (Wall),
and Wilson; 70 grandchildren, 88 great-grand children and four great-great-grandchildren.
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