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On Thursday the funeral took place, attended by an unusual train of friends from town and country. The bodies were carried into the church, where an appropriate anthem was sung by the choir, and the desk service read by the Rev. Mr. Aden, the procession then moved slowly on to the burial ground, and the Rev. Mr. Jenkins performed the remainder of the service. The Prince Edward Island Register, June 26, 1824 1 826 The bark, HMS Rifleman, was lost south west of Wood Islands. 40 Winter mail services on Prince Edward Island as depicted by Harper's Weekly, April 6th, 1867.
Thomas was the sixth child of Reuben and Rebecca Tuplin, who had come to Prince Edward Island from England, in a voyage that was the source of great drama. The story is told in the book All Their Tuplin Children, written by Lloyd James Miller. A severe wind storm hit the ship carrying the Tuplin family as it neared Newfoundland in June 1836. Many of the passengers were seasick, including Rebecca, Tommy's mother. His father, Reuben, decided to take Rebecca up the ladder from the hold to the deck, and open the scuttle enough to allow her a breath of fresh air.
Wier lost all his fingers and his two feet, but he did not long survive his loss. 43 The last accident happened in 1885. At about 9:30 on the morning of January 27th, the day being a piercingly cold one, and after considerable consultation among the captains of the boats as to the advisability of attempting to cross, three boats set out from the Island side. The crews consisted of fifteen men together with seven passengers. During the forenoon a storm began which by noon had increased with the wind to a blinding drift.