Name matched with the S.S. Baccalieu ships passenger's list.
March 17,1946

Barbara Edith Noseworthy

Name: Miss Barbara Edith Nivin

Branch of Service: RAF
Service Number: ?
Served in: England

Born: 1924 - Jan. 7, 2007
Maiden Name: Niven
Occupation: WWII Veteran RAF
Husband: Samuel Robert Noseworthy
Date of Marriage:
Date of Departure: Liverpool, England, March 17,1946
Ships Name: SS Scythia
Date/Port Arrived in Canada: Pier 21, Halifax, Nova Scotia
March 22, 1946
Ship to Newfoundland: S.S. Baccalieu
Port of Arrival: St. John's
Date Arrived in NL: Tuesday, March 26, 1946
Settled in: St. John's
Children: two daughters: Pam and Val

The Telegram Obituaries
January 2007

NOSEWORTHY, Barbara Edith (nee Niven)

Passed peacefully away on Sunday, January 7, 2007 at the Caribou Memorial Veteran’s Pavilion, Barbara Edith Noseworthy, in her 83rd year. WWII Veteran RAF and war bride of the late Samuel Robert Noseworthy. Leaving to mourn two daughters: Pam (Bruce) Smith, Mt. Pearl and Val (Ed) Bostridge, Toronto; grandchildren: Paula (Carl) Turner, Steve (Clarrisa) Smith, Tim Smith, Mt. Pearl and Robert Bostridge, Toronto; three precious great-grandsons; Zackary and Benjamin Turner and Jackson Smith. Mourning with us are her devoted niece Barbara (Bob) Flynn, Kilbride, as well as other family and friends here at home and family members in her beloved England. Special thank you to Dr. Tony Rolfe for many years of exceptional care and also to the staff on the third floor of the Caribou Memorial Veterans Pavilion for the loving care she received during the past few months. Also, thank you to the staff at Capital Drugs on LeMarchant Road, especially Louise, Michelle and Ken. Thank you to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No 1, for their service and support. Resting at Barrett’s Funeral Home, 328 Hamilton Avenue, Monday January 8, 2007 and Tuesday January 9, 2007 from 2 - 4 p.m. and 7 - 9 p.m. Funeral service will be held from Barrett’s Chapel on Wednesday, January 10, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. Interment to follow at the Field of Honour, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Flowers gratefully accepted or donations may be made in Barbara’s memory to the Gower Street Restoration Fund. To sign the memorial guest book please visit “Peacefully Sleeping”

This information found on line at the
Newfoundland's Grand Banks Site

Information found and submitted by Annette Fulford of
Annette Fulford Canadian War Brides of the First World War

Found in the DAILY NEWS TUESDAY, March 26, 1946 With the Wives and Children
Information transcribed by John Baird and Sue O' Neill
Reprinted courtesy of Robinson-Blackmore Printing and Publishing

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