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Belfast Telegraph - Tuesday, 7 June, 1927

Births

MORROW -- June 2, 1927, at 70 Central Avenue, Bangor, to Alice, wife of Edwin Morrow -- a daughter.

WAID -- June 4, 1927, at "Waverley," Ebrington Gardens, to Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Waid -- a son.

Marriages

MEHAFFEY -- DOHERTY -- June 1, 1927, at Cliftonville Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. A. F. Moody, M.A., B.D. -- ALBERT ASHBY, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mehaffey, 20 Marsden Gardens, to JANET SHAW, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Doherty, 16 Marsden Gardens, Belfast.

WHITE -- BELL -- June 1, 1927, at Dundrod Presbyterian Church, by Rev. D. M'Kinney, R.A., JAMES WHITE, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. White, Tully, Muckamore, to AGNES, younger daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bell, Tullyrusk, Glenavy.

Deaths

ALLEN -- June 6, 1927, at his residence, 23 Emerson Street, Belfast, WILLIAM, dearly-beloved husband of Margaret Allen. Funeral at 3-30 p.m., on Wednesday, 8th inst., to Shankill Burying-ground. Friends please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted. MARGARET ALLEN.

ALLEN -- June 6, 1927, at his residence, 23 Emerson Street, WILLIAM, dearly-beloved husband of Margaret Allen. Funeral on Wednesday, 8th inst., at 3-30 p.m., to Shankill Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted by his brother and sister-in-law, GEORGE and ELIZABETH ALLEN.
Also his nephews and niece, CHARLES, ROBERT, and LILY

BLUE BANNER L.O.L. 1942.
ALLEN -- The Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of their late respected brother, WILLIAM ALLEN.
JAMES CROOKS, W.M. ROBERT McDOWELL, Secretary.

COMMERCIAL TEMPERANCE R.B.P. 44?
ALLEN -- The Officers and Members of above Preceptory are requested to attend the funeral of their late highly-esteemed Sir Knight and Brother, WILLIAM ALLEN.
THOMAS WILLIAMSON, W.M. ROBERT H. KEERS, P.M., Registrar.

CRAWFORD -- June 7, 1927, at her residence, 94 Sugarfield Street, MARY, beloved wife of James Crawford.
Interment notice later.

DOAK -- June 7, 1927, at his residence, Bellevue, Whitehead, SAMUEL DOAK.
Funeral strictly private. No flowers.

LONG -- June 6, 1927, at her residence, 4 Castlereagh Road, MARIA, the dearly-beloved wife of John Long.
Funeral private.

M'DOWELL -- June 6, 1927, at his residence, 153 Silvio Street, WILLIAM, the dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth M'Dowell.
Notice of interment later.

M'MANUS -- June 6, 1927, at his daughter's residence, 3 Rusholme Street, WILLIAM J. M'Manus. The remains of our dearly-beloved father will be removed from above address on Wednesday, at 2-30, for interment in City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted by his loving daughters and grandchildren, SARAH FERGUSON and MARY A. GASKIN.
Canadian papers please copy.

REA -- June 6, 1927, at his residence, 56 Parkmount Street, HUGH, the dearly-loved husband of Jane Rea. His remains will be removed from above address for interment in Carnmoney Burying-ground to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2-30 p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family.

SHIPCONSTRUCTORS' AND SHIPWRIGHTS' ASSOCIATION -- No. 128, DRILLERS' BRANCH.
REA -- Members are requested to attend the funeral of their late Brother, HUGH REA.
JAMES LAIRD, President. JOHN A. JONES, Secretary.

SIROCCO SILVER BAND.
REA -- The Officers and Members of above Band deeply regret the death of Br. HUGH REA (ex-Bandmaster), and request the Members to attend the funeral.
WILLIAM WRIGHT, Chairman. WALTER ADAMS, Conductor. JAMES MELLON, Secretary.

WALKER CLUB APPRENTICE BOYS OF DERRY.
STOREY -- Officers and Members of above Club regret to learn of the death of their late highly-respected Brother, GEORGE STOREY, and extend to Mrs. Storey and family their deepest sympathy.
FRANK COOCH, President. JAMES SEYMOUR, Secretary.

THOMPSON -- June 6, 1927, at his late residence, Moss Farm, Ballymacormick, Dromore, Co. Down, JAMES THOMPSON. Funeral on Wednesday, 8th inst., at 2 o'clock, to Dromore Cathedral Burying-ground.
Inserted by his sorrowing family.

WARD -- June 6, 1927, at her parents' residence, 54 Eliza Street, Belfast, ENA, younger daughter of Thomas and Rosina Ward -- R.I.P. Her remains will be removed from St. Malachy's Church on Wednesday, 8th inst., at 2-30 p.m., for interment in Milltown Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul.
Deeply regretted by her parents, brothers and sisters.

Roll of Honour -- In Memoriam

BRIDGETT -- In loving memory of Sergeant WILLIAM H. BRIDGETT, 17th Royal Irish Rifles (Ulster Division), killed in action at Messines, June 7, 1917. Interred in Spanbrockmolen Cemetery. Youngest son of William and the late Annie Bridgett, 96 and 98 Great Victoria Street, Belfast.

COULTER -- In loving memory of our dear son, SAMUEL, killed in action on the 7th June, 1917.
     To-day recalls sad memories.
Ever remembered by his loving father, mother, brothers and sisters.
49 Matchett Street.

ELLIOTT -- In loving memory of my dear son, JACK, Royal Irish Rifles, who died from wounds received at the Battle of Messines, 7th June, 1917, and was interred in Bailleul, France.
To memory ever dear.
His loving mother, stepfather, brother and sisters.
MARIA and STEPHEN RUSSELL. 101 Howard Street South.

ELLIOTT -- In loving memory of my dear brother, JACK, died from wounds received at the Battle of Messines, 7th June, 1917. Interred in Bailleul Cemetery, France.
     Sunshine passes, shadows fall.
     Loving remembrance outlasts all.
Sadly missed by his loving sister and brother-in-law, EMILY and WILLIAM BROWN. 39 Gaffikin Street.

KINGHORN -- In loving remembrance of my only son, WILLIE, Sergeant 10th R.I.R., killed at Messines on June 7, 1927.
     Loved, remembered, longed-for always.
Ever remembered by a loving mother, stepfather, and three sisters.

LINDSAY -- In loving memory of my dear son, the late Lance-corporal HUGH LINDSAY, No. 2210, of the R.I.R., who fell in action on the 7th of June, 1917, and was interred in Spanbrockmolen Cemetery, Messines.
     To-day recalls sad memories,
     of a loved one gone to rest.
Inserted by his loving father, sister and brothers.
Main Street, Crumlin, Co. Antrim.

LINDSAY -- In sad and loving memory of my dear uncle, Lance-corporal HUGH LINDSAY, R.I.R., killed in action on the 7th June, 1917. Interred in Spanbrockmolen Cemetery, France.
     Thoughts of him are ever near.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing father, David Lindsay.
Also his nephew, J. M'KNIGHT. Main Street, Crumlin.

SIMPSON -- In memory of JOHNSTONE H. SIMPSON, 19/448, 14th R.I.R. (Y.C.V.'S), killed in action June 7, 1917, at Messines, and buried in Spanbrockmolen, Ypres, Belgium.
Ever remembered by his wife and son, ISABELLA H. SIMPSON. U.S.A.
THOMAS H. SIMPSON. Creeveytenant, Ballynahinch.

WILSON -- In loving memory of my dear son, Rifleman JOHN WILSON, M.M., 15th Batt. R.I.R., who fell in action on Messines Ridge 7th June, 1917.
Ever remembered by his mother, brothers and sisters.
9 Linwood Street.

In Memoriam

GRAHAM -- In loving remembrance of my dear husband, JONATHAN GRAHAM, who passed away on June 7, 1922.
Memory clings.
MARGARET GRAHAM.

MAJOR -- In loving memory of my dear father, THOMAS MAJOR, who died 7th June, 1926. Interred in Dundonald Cemetery.
Ever remembered by his daughter and son-in-law.
JULIA and JOSEPH DOWNEY. 31 Lendrick Street.

M'CORMICK -- In loving memory of our dear brother, ANGUS, who died on the 7th June, 1924.
Ever remembered by his loving brothers, sister, and nephew.
9 Cavehill View, Greencastle.

 

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Belfast Telegraph - Wednesday, 8 June, 1927

Births

EDGEWORTH -- May 6, 1927, at 6801 Nanaimo Street, S. Vancouver, to Mr. and Mrs. James Edgeworth (late of Thorne Mount, Antrim Road, Belfast) -- twin sons.

Deaths

BANKS -- June 7, 1927, at his father's residence, Maralin, DAVID, dearly-loved son of Isaac and Bella Banks. Funeral on to-morrow (Thursday), at 4 o'clock, to the Family Burying-ground, Maralin.

R.A.O.B. LODGE 6108, MARALIN.
BANKS -- The Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of the brother of their esteemed Member, Br. John Banks, Secretary.
J. NESBITT, W.P. J. BURNS, Treasurer.

BIRNIE -- June 7, 1927, at 24 North Street, Newtownards, JANE BIRNIE. The remains of my beloved mother will be removed for interment in Movilla Cemetery to-morrow (Thursday), at 4 p.m. JEANIE BIRNIE.

COOK -- June 7, 1927, at his residence, 6 Primrose Street, Ballynafeigh, WILLIAM DAVISON COOK. Funeral on Friday, at 2 p.m., to Knockbreda Cemetery.
Inserted by his daughter. MARY COOK.

EMERSON -- June 7, 1927, JAMES EMERSON (late of Lisburn). His remains will be removed from his son's residence, 8 Colchester Street, on to-morrow (Thursday), at 2 o'clock, for interment in Blaris Burying-ground. DAVID EMERSON.

ST. AIDAN'S CHURCH TOTAL ABSTINENCE L.O.L. 1457
EMERSON -- Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of the father of their esteemed Secretary, David Emerson.
SAMUEL R. GREER, Jun., W.M.; WILLIAM J. KIDD, D.M.

GAULT -- June 8, 1927, at his residence, 4 Milford Terrace, Banbridge, JOHN GAULT. Funeral on Friday evening, to the Family Burying-ground, Seapatrick, at 6 o'clock.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughter, son, and grandchildren.

MITCHELL -- June 7, 1927 (suddenly), at the Royal Victoria Hospital, WILLIAM, the dearly-beloved husband of Matilda Mitchell. His remains will be removed from his late residence, 62 Selby Street, for interment in the City Cemetery, on to-morrow (Thursday), 9th inst., at 2-30 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, MATILDA MITCHELL.

MITCHELL -- June 7, 1927, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, WILLIAM MITCHELL, the dearly-beloved father of Elizabeth Colville.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughter and son-in-law; also granddaughter, ELIZABETH and ROBERT COLVILLE. 2a Battenberg Street.
American papers please copy.

MITCHELL -- June 7, 1927, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, WILLIAM, the beloved brother of Alexander Mitchell.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing brother, sister-in-law, and nephews, ALEXANDER and ANNIE MITCHELL. 22 Cumberland Street.

AMALGAMATED ENGINEERING UNION -- BALMORAL BRANCH.
MITCHELL -- The Officers and Members of above Branch are requested to attend the funeral of their late highly-esteemed Member, Br. WILLIAM MITCHELL.
ROBERT OSBORNE, Secretary.

BROADWAY DEFENDERS L.O.L. 824.
MOORE -- The Officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of their late esteemed W.M., Br. WILLIAM R. C. MOORE.
WILLIAM HALL, Secretary. ROBERT RANKIN, D.M.

M'DOWELL -- June 6, 1927, at his residence, 153 Silvio Street, WILLIAM, dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth M'Dowell. His remains will be removed from above address on to-morrow (Thursday), at 3 o'clock, for interment in Shankill Burying-ground. Friends will please accept this intimation.
And we have confidence in the Lord touching you.
Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, son and daughters. ELIZABETH M'DOWELL.
Also his daughter and son-in-law, and grandchildren, MARGARET and ALEXANDER COOPER. 31 Ghent Street.

Thanks

The Family of the late JAMES PATTERSON tender their sincere thanks to all those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence during their recent sad bereavement, especially the Plating Department of Messrs. Workman, Clark, & Co., North Yard. Hoping this will be accepted by all. -- 74 York Road.

In Memoriam

GOWDY -- In loving memory of our dear mother, CHARLOTTE LE'ENTWHISTLE, who fell asleep 8th June, 1925; also our dear brother, ROBERT, who died suddenly 12th November, 1920, age 23 years.
     Some day, some time, our eyes shall see
     Those dear faces kept in memory.
15 Ormeau Street.

GRAY -- In memory of my dear husband, EDWARD GRAY, who died 8th June, 1921.
     "Safe in the Saviour's arms."
Sadly missed by his wife and family, HANNAH GRAY. 36 Lawyer Street.

LOCKHART -- In loving memory of my dear daughter, ELIZABETH LOCKHART, who died 8th June, 1925; also my dear husband, SMITH LOCKHART, who died 13th April, 1921. Both interred in City Cemetery.
     Oft-times beside that grave I stand,
          With heart both crushed and sore,
     While through the gloom those sweet words steal,
          Not lost, but gone before.
Ever remembered by her loving mother, sisters and brothers. ISABELLA LOCKHART. Suffolk, Dunmurry.

M'CAW -- In loving memory of my dear wife, ANNIE, and our dear mother, who died on the 8th June, 1926, and was interred in the City Cemetery.
Though death divides, fond memories cling.
Ever remembered by her loving husband and family. W. J. M'CAW. 3 Broadway.

M'CAW -- In loving memory of our dear sister-in-law, who died 8th June, 1926.
     To memory ever dear.
Inserted by her sorrowing sister-in-law, brother-in-law, and little niece. 29 Thames Street.

STEVENSON -- In fond and loving memory of our darling son JAMES (JIM), who died in Jesus 8th June, 1926.
     Loving and kind in all his ways,
     Upright and just to the end of his days,
     Sincere and true in heart and mind,
     A beautiful memory left behind.
Ever remembered by his loving stepfather, mother, sister and brothers. ROBERT and MARY TELFORD. 1 Farmyard, Oldpark Road.

TATE -- In loving memory of our dear daughter, MAY, who departed this life on 8th June, 1926, and was interred in City Cemetery.
Ever remembered by her sorrowing parents, brothers and sisters.
"Tottenham", Balmoral.

TATE -- In sweet and loving memory of our dear grand-daughter, MAY TATE, who fell asleep on 8th June, 1926, and was interred in the City Cemetery.
Fondly remembered by her grandfather and grandmother. JOHN C. and AGNES HAMILTON.
Also her uncles and aunt, 64 Newport Street.

THOMSON -- In loving memory of my beloved husband, JOHN THOMSON, accidentally killed 8th June, 1923.
Lovingly remembered by his wife and children. 22 Ilchester Street.

 

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