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Belfast Telegraph - Wednesday 9 January 1952.

Deaths

CAMBELL --January 8, 1952, at his nephew's residence, 31 Trillick Street, Robert, dearly-loved uncle of David Campbell. His company was our greatest pleasure, his memory now our greatest treasure.--Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Nephew, Wife and Family, 31 Trillick Street.

CAMPBELL--January 8, 1952, at his nephews residence, 31 Trillick Street, Robert, dearly-loved uncle of Elizabeth Taggart. Asleep in Jesus.--Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Niece, Husband and Family, 11 Major Street.

CAMPBELL--Members of the Belfast Operative Bakers' Society are requested to attend the funeral of their esteemed brother, Robert Campbell.--James Brown, Sec.

CLAWSON--January 8, 1952, at Royal Victoria Hospital, result of an accident, Margaret, widow of Robert Clawson, 83 South Parade. Funeral from Thomas Johnson's Rest Room, 43 Bedford Street, on Friday, at 11 a.m., to Castlereagh Churchyard.

CONNOLLY--January 8, 1952, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Mary, beloved wife of John Connolly. Funeral from 41Lisavon Street, to-morrow (Thursday), at 2-30p.m., to Dundonald cemetery.--Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband, Sons, Daughters, Sons-in-law, Daughters-in-law, and Grandchildren. He leadth me beside still waters.

CONNOLLY--January 8, 1952, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Mary, dear mother of John Connolly.--Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, Daughter-in-law and Grandchild Lucy. Rest after suffering.

CONNOLLY--January 8, 1952, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Mary, darling mother of Ina Thompson.--Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, 41Lisavon Street. May the pleasure she missed on life's highway be her's in God's haven of rest.

CONNOLLY--January 8, 1952, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Mary, beloved wife of John Connolly.--Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Brothers and Sister, 1 Hllfoot Street. Christ shall join each broken link.

CONNOLLY--Officers and Members of Glentoran Supporters' Committee (1923) regret the death of the mother of their esteemed Member, John Connolly, and tender deepest sympathy.--A. Robinson, Chairman.

CRONNE--January 8, 1952, David L., dearly-loved husband of Mabel Cronne and dearly-loved father of Gerald and Dorothy, 66 Malone Avenue. Funeral private.--Deeply regretted.

DUNLOP--The Officers and Members of Rev. Wm. Maguire Memorial T.A. L.O.L. regret the death of Mrs. Dunlop, sister of Br of our environment, DNA., and tender their sincere sympathy. - William McMahon, daily EMMA.

FERGIE--January 8, 1952 (suddenly), at his residence, The Square, Ballywalter, Mary, dearly-loved wife of Andrew Fergie. Funeral to Whitechurch Cemetery to-morrow (Thursday), at 2 p.m.--Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband.

FERGIE--January 8, 1952 (suddenly), at her residence, The Square, Ballywalter, Mary, dearly-loved wife of Andrew Fergie.--Deeply regretted by her Nephews in Niece. The M'Cullough Family, Ballycastle, Mountstewart.

HERD--January 8, 1952, at City Hospital, Robert, dearly-loved husband of Eileen Hero, 18 Moonstone Street. Deeply regretted. Interment notice later.

JACKSON--January 8, 1952, at her residence, 16Ghent Street, Agnes, widow of John Jackson. Funeral tomorrow (Thursday) at 2-30 p.m. to City cemetery.--Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sons and Daughters; also Sons-in-law, Daughters-in-law and grandchildren; also her sister, Mrs. Bradshaw, Canada. At rest.

JENKINS - January 9, 1952, at her residence, 3 Cavour Street, Maria, beloved wife of William John Jenkins. Interment notice later.

LEWIS--January 8, 1952, at her residence, 35 Serpentine Road, Rachel, dearly loved wife of Thomas Small Lewis. Funeral on to-morrow (Thursday) at 2 p.m. Carnmoney Cemetery. House private.--Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family.

MACARTNEY--January 8, 1952, at his residence, Sunnyside, Aughnaleck, Lisburn, Samuel J., dearly-loved husband of Sarah B. Macartney. Funeral from his late residence to-morrow (Thursday), at 2 p.m., to the family burying-ground, Cargycreevy.--Deeply regretted.

MACARTNEY--Officers and Sir Knights of Larrymore Star of the North R.B.P. 198 regret the death of the brother of their esteemed Sir Knight, Samuel Macartney, and tender sincere sympathy.--George Wright, W.M.

M'GREEVY--The Officers and Sir Knights of Rising Sons of Saintfield R.B.P. 73 regret the death of their highly-esteemed member, Sir Knight Edward M'Greevy, P.M., and tender to his Wife and Family their deepest sympathy.-- T.R. Hall, Reg.

M'GREEVY--The Officers and Members of the Apprentice Boys of Derry Mitchelburne Club, Saintfield Branch, regret the death of the highly-esteemed Member, Br. Edward M'Greevy, and tender their deepest sympathy.--R. Newell, W.Pres..

M'GREEVY--The Officers and Members of the Saintfield United Guiding Star W.L.O.L. 67 deeply regret the death of the husband of their esteemed Member, Sister A. M'Greevy, and tender deepest sympathy full.--M. Shaw, W.M.

M'GREEVY--The Officers and Members of Saintfield Silver Band regret the death the father of their esteemed Members, William and James M'Greevy, and tender their sincere sympathy full.--W. J. Davidson, Chairman

M'GREEVY--The Officers and Members of Standard Social and Dart Club regret the death of the father of their esteemed Member, Ted M'Greevy, and tender sincere sympathy.--Harry Verner, Chairman.

M'GUIRK--January 8, 1952, at his residence, 13 Pandora Street, Robert H., dearly-loved husband of Annie M'Guirk. Funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 12 noon, to Dundonald. House Private. No flowers or letters, by request.--Deeply regretted.

M'MULLAN--January 8, 1952, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Letitia M'Mullan. Funeral from 58 Argyle Street, to-morrow (Thursday), at 2-30 p.m., to City Cemetery.--Deeply regretted by her Uncle, Aunt and FAmily and Wee Billy; also Brother and Sister, Sister-in-law, Nephews and Nieces. Good was her heart, her friendship true, loved and respected by all she knew, a beautiful life came to an end, she died as she lived, everyone's friend.

RAINEY--January 8, 1952 (suddenly), at her daughter's residence, 48 Granville Gardens, Banbridge, Sarah, widow of John Rainey, late of Portadown. Funeral on to-morrow (Thursday), at 2 p.m., to Seagoe Cemetery, arriving Portadown approx. 3 p.m. No flowers, by request.--Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Family.

ROBINSON--January 8, 1952, at City Hospital, Alexander, dearly-beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Robinson. Funeral from his late residence, 45 Rowland Street, to-morrow (Thursday), at 2 p.m., to Dundonald Cemetery.--Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, William and Ruby Robinson.

ROBINSON--January 8, 1952, at City Hospital, Alexander, dearly-beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Robinson.--Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Son And Daughter-in-law, Sandy and Minnie Robinson, and Family, England.

ROBINSON--January 8, 1952, at City Hospital, Alexander, dearly-beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Robinson.--Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, Andrew and Sarah Robinson, and Family, 17 Clenmentine Street.

ROBINSON--January 8, 1952, at City Hospital, Alexander, dearly-beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Robinson.--Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, Kathleen and William Taylor, and Family, 45 Craigmore Street.

ROBINSON--January 8, 1952, at City Hospital, Alexander, beloved father of Kathleen Taylor.--Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, and Grandchildren, 45 Craigmore Street. At rest.

ROBINSON--The E.K. and Companions of R.A.C 456 regret the death of the son of their esteemed Companion, Robert Robinson, and extend their deepest sympathy.--Joseph B. Reynolds, Reg.

ROBINSON--The W.Primo, Officers and Members of R.A.O.B. Star of Hope Lodge 3589 regret the death of the father of their esteemed Members, William and Andrew Robinson, and tender their deepest sympathy.--Thomas Macklin, R.O.H., Sec.

ROBINSON--The Officers and Members of Sandy Row Blue Supporters' Club regret the death of the father of their esteemed Member, W. Robinson, and tender their deepest sympathy.--A. M'Auley, Chairman.

ROBINSON--Members of Primrose Social Club deeply regret the death of Alexander Robinson, father of their esteemed Member, William Robinson, and tender deepest sympathy to his family and relatives.--Hugh Crawford, Chairman.

Thanks

The son, daughters and sons in law of the late James crew wish to thank all those who sympathized with them in their recent sad bereavement; also those who sent letters and cards of condolence and floral tributes; also wishing to thank reverend Mr. or and Dr. Tinsley for the kind attention during his recent in previous illnesses. Hoping this will be accepted by all. - 28 Holly crossed Avenue.

The wife of the late Robert Donald wishes to thank all friends in neighbours who sympathized with her in her recent bereavement; special thanks to Mrs. Morrison and Mrs. Bell of sight 7, Mr. Balmer and neighbours of utility Street, and all others for floral tributes and letters of condolence. Hoping this acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -??

In Memoriam

EASON--Cherished ever is the memory of our dear mother, Elizabeth Eason, who was called to rest on the 9th January, 1951. Lovingly remembered by her Daughter and Sons-in-law, Elizabeth and Robert?? Eighth Street; Margaret and Thomas? 44 Derry Street; also her two Great Grandsons, David and Charles. Time is changed in many ways, but one thing changeth never; the memory of those days when we were all together.

EASON--In fond memory of my dear mother, Elizabeth Eason, called home 9th January, 1951. - always remembered by all at 3 Loftus Street. Not just ?? but every day, in silence we remember.

EASON--Treasure memories of my Grandmother, called home 9th January, 1951; also my dear mother, 19th November, 1944.--Always remembered by her loving son Alexander, Wife and Family, 96 ??? Street. In memory's garden we meet each day.

HILL--in loving memory of our dear son George, died 9th January, 1951.--Ever remembered by his sorrowing Father ?? and Sisters, Edith and Lily, 40 Vistula ????. Long days and nights he bore his pain ?? wait for a cure, but all in vain; but God who thought it best, relieved his pain and gave him rest.

HILL--in loving memory of my dear brother, George, died 9th January, 1951. Ever remembered by his sorrowing Sister, Brother-in-law, 61 Riga Street. Never in the hearts that loved him will his memory ever fade.

JACKSON--in loving memory of my dear wife, Minnie, died 9th January, ?? Always remembered by her Husband and Family, 42 Woodvale Parade; also Daughter Lonie, Weymouth, U.S.A.

KIRKPATRICK--To the beloved memory of my dear husband, Hugh, and our dear father, who died January 9, 1948.--Deeply missed by his loving Wife and Family; also Family Circle, 49 Shamrock Street.

LEMON--In loving memory of a dear and loving Wife, died January 9, 1948. Gone but not forgotten by her loving Husband, 10 Heather Street.

LEMON--Cherished and unfading memories of my dear Mother, whom God called home on 9th January, 1948.--Always remembered by her loving Son Robert James, 10 Heather Street.

MONTGOMERY--In loving memory of my dear wife, Margaret, called home 9th January, 1951.--Ever remembered by her loving Husband, Son and Daughter-in-law, ?? Independent Row, Rashee, Doagh. Though her smile has gone forever, and her voice we will not hear; we will always have the memories of the one we loved so dear.

MORGAN--Treasured memories of my dear brother, James, died suddenly January 9, 1950. A thought for to-day, a memory forever.--From Sister, E. Henas, and Family, ?? Earl Haig Gradens.

MORGAN--A tribute of love to the memory of my dear husband, James, called Home 9th January, 1950.--Ever remembered and sadly missed by his sorrowing Wife and Daughter, Minnie. There is still an ache in my heart to-day that passing ?? won't take away.--30 Malcolm Street.

MORGAN--Cherished memories of a dear Father, called Home 9th January, 1950.--Ever remembered by his loving Son and Daughter-in-law, Sammy, Ellen, and little Grandchildren, Samuel and Ja???. Forever in our thoughts.--30 Malcolm Street.

MORGAN--Loving memories t0-day of James, dearest brother-in-law and much loved uncle, who fell asleep 9th january, 1950. Only a memory, but oh, how ???.--Sadly missed by all at 28 Pitt Street.

MORGAN--A tribute of love to James, who passed away suddenly on 9th January, 1950.--Still remembered by all at 87 Ebor Street.--With unspoken farewells God bade him sleep.

MORGAN--Treasured memories of a dear friend, James Morgan, who died 9th January, 1950.--Always remembered by his loving Friends, Sarah and James Kelly, ?? Well Street. Another leaf in memorys book is gently turned to-day.

M'INTYRE--In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, Benjamin, scalled Home 9th January, 1950.--Always remembered by his loving Wife and FAmily Circle, 54 Bloomfield Road.

M'INTYRE--In fond remembrance of my dear father, Benjamin, who died 9th January, 1950.--Always remembered by his loving Son and Daughter-in-law, John and Margaret.

 

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