Daily Telegraph, April 21, 1910, Page 5
St. Stephen, N.B., April 20 - (Special) - Samuel Nicoll, died here this evening of pneumonia. Mr. Nicoll was a senior member of the firm of Nicoll and Levy, ladies furnishings, Water Street. He was a member of Miriam Lodge, I.O.O.F, of this town and of Canton and Red Men, Calais (Me.). He was thirty years of age and leaves a widow and one brother, Max Nicoll of this town. His father was with him at his death. The body will be taken by early train to St. John, where it will be interred in Fernhill Cemetery. Services will be conducted in St. John by Rabbi Amdur.
The Saint John Globe
Thursday, April 10, 1910, page 7
The remains of Mr. Samuel Nicoll, who died at St. Stephen, arrived to-day on the Boston train. The body was taken for interment to Fernhill, where services were conducted by Rabbi Amdur.
Gravestone reference code(s): JM 997.111.71. Additional notes: tailor