Seamone; Edith Cavel


SEAMONE – Edith Cavel,  it is with deep sorrow the family of the late Edith Cavel Seamone, 97, of Bangs Falls, Queens County announce her passing on Saturday, February 16th, 2013 in North Queens Nursing Home, Caledonia, NS.

Born in Liverpool, February 20th, 1916, she was a daughter of the late Herbert and Sarah (Roy) Farmer.

Edith enjoyed spending time with her many family and friends. She loved the outdoors; hunting, fishing, gardening, camping and entertaining at her trailer on Tupper Lake. She was well known in her community and was loved and respected by all who knew her. She will be sadly missed. Edith was the last surviving member of her immediate family.

She is survived by her only son Donald Peach  of Bangs Falls; Her grandchildren Ronald (Mary) Peach, Barry (Dorothy) Peach, Douglas (Nanette) Peach, Kevin (Betty) Peach, Stephen Peach, Wendy (Randy) SanPietro and Tammy Peach (Rene). 14 great grandchildren and 9 great great grandchildren.

She was predeceased by her first husband Harry Edward Peach, her second husband Wallace Frank Seamone, an infant son Lawrence, her sisters Sadie, Florence, Winnifred, Ada, Mary and Roxena. Her brothers Alfred, George, Herbert, Mark, Lloyd, Duncan and Victor.

A graveside service will be held Tuesday, February 19th, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. in Zion United Cemetery, Payzant Street, Liverpool. Reverend Wade Harvey officiating. Family flowers only, donations may be made to Palliative Care Unit, North Queens Nursing Home, Caledonia or to any charity. Online condolences may be made to


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  1. Patty Peach

    My heart goes out to Edith’s family. Donnie, I am so very glad that i got to visit with Aunt Edith a few times at North Queens Nursing Home.I am glad she got to meet John. I will always have the memories we built from earlier years. Edith was a lovely person and she knows I had respect and love for her and Uncle Andrew. We both know she is in a place with no more pain. May god bless her. Take care and smile when you think of your mom. She was a fun loving person who loved you so very much and forever talked about you, her loving son….Take care….

  2. Ron & Barb Campbell

    Donnie & Family,

    We are saddened to hear of Great Aunt Ediths passing. Our condolence to U & family.

  3. sylvia & billy


  4. paul and cathleen

    We didnt get to know edith that well but I sensed in the times that I was in her company that she was a very loving person. our
    thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time; with our sincere sympathy the Seamone family

  5. Ralph & Shirley Morton

    To Donnie and family,we send to you our deepest sympathy and prayers at this truly sad time. Aunt Edith was our last aunt, and a person that we always loved. We enjoyed our visits with her at the nursing home and know that she is now at peace with the rest of her loved ones.
    Donnie you have been the best son to her that could ever be,and we know she loved you dearly. TREASURE YOUR GREATEST MEMORIES, THEY WILL LAST FOREVER.

  6. neil whynot

    sorry i did not get to know my aunt edith over the years but god bless her
    neil son of sadie ‘s barrie ont.

  7. Terry, Ryan and Murray Barkhouse

    Don, our thoughs and prayers are with you and your family. Although we never met Edith, from the stories we shared at the camp, we know she was a wonderful woman, and very fortunate to have a son as wonderful as you. God bless you and your family, we hope to see you soon, the Barkhouse boys.

  8. George Farmer

    Donnie,very sorry to hear of aunt Edith”s passing,I cannot make it home but my thoughts will be with you and your family.
    George Farmer

  9. Belinda Wentzell Delong

    Donnie and all of your family,our thoughts and prayers are with you all.Aunt Edith was a wonderful person and the never ending love she showed for you was never ending.Now she is in Heaven with her 13 brothers and sisters.Aunt Edith helped me alot to put tog. a colaga of the org. Farmer Family and for that I will be for ever grateful.The picture has spread from the East coast to the West coast my idea but Aunt Edith helped me make it happen.Love Always her niece Belinda and Clarke

  10. Jim Peach

    My deepest condolences to u Donnie. It is hard losing a mom. She was a great lady who just enjoyed life. She used to love playing cards & was foxy at it. She loved the outdoors & people & was loved by all that knew her. My deepest sympathy to the whole family. May God give you the comfort u & your family need to get through this valley in your lives.

  11. Susan Levy

    I liked Murray’s Aunt Edith from the moment I met her. She was funny, caring, kind and loved to live her life the way she wanted. Please know that the family is in my thoughts as she will be dearly missed by all.

  12. Tim McDonald

    Donnie and family….my sincere sympathy in the loss of your dear mother and grandmother. It was very easy to see that you all loved her dearly and I know she will be sadly missed.

  13. Melissa (Peach) Demelo

    Offering my greatest sympathy to my Grandfather Donald Peach on the passing of his mother and my great Grandmother. Unfortunately she passed only seeing pictures of my little ones and never had the chance to meet them or find out our newest little one due July 1st would be another great great Grandson. She was a wonderful lady and I have some very fond memories of her. As a child she always had chocolate lady fingers on hand so when we went to grandma and grandpa peaches for a visit we would make sure to run over to her house for a treat. Love you lots and wish I had been able to say goodbye in person. Love from all of us Melissa, John-Paul, Eva, Emily and new little one on the way.

  14. David Whynott mersey point

    Donnie & family I am sorry to hear about your mother, I just read it, you have my deepest condolences and regrets. I just found out but I am sure you can feel good knowing she had a good and long life.
    take care Donnie

  15. Anita Rhyno

    My deepest sympathy goes out to Donnie and Edith’s family, She was such a thoughtful and loving person her whole life. I met her 80 years ago and we have kept in touch ever since. After I moved to the United States, we didn’t see each other as often but I always made a phone call to her at Christmas, her birthday, and Easter (and in between to keep in touch). When I called her on her birthday, February 20th, the nursing home recording told me her phone was no longer in service. My daughter Phylllis with whom I live went to her computer to find out that she had passed away on February 16th. I am so sorry to hear that news. I’m so glad that you were always there for her Donnie; it
    meant more than you can ever know. Edith was one of my best friends and will always be remembered with love.
    Anita Rhyno

  16. Mary Keirstead


    I didn’t get to know Edith until the last days of her life, but I felt that in that short time we became friends.

    I want you to know that this friendship has been like a gift to me, and that I won’t forget her. My best to you and her family.

    Mary Keirstead (North Queens Nursing Home Volunteer)

  17. Louise Fancy

    Sending my condolences to the family, were Ediths life ,She was always so glad to see you and you were so good to her. We will remember her for a long time.She would get me and Doris mixed up but she was always glad to see us both.She is in a place where she no longer suffers any pain.god Less you all

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