May 7, 1936
Suddenly on Sunday, while on his way to the hospital from Glen Levit, Harry Hachey, Old Age Pensions Inspector. He had apparently become ill in Glen Levit and suffered from exposure while waiting on the highway for a car to take him to Campbellton. There was a blinding snowstorm he had fallen and was ill to begin with , and had lain unconscious beside the road. He was a resident of Campbellton for the last 15 years, coming from Newcastle after the war, where he served in France, Belgium and later in Russia with the late Captain Auley Mowat. His wartime hardships including gassing were believed to have had a serious effect on his health.