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Belfast Telegraph - Monday, 12 April 1954

Births

OGILVIE -- March 24, 1954, at the Carrickfergus Hospital, to Sybil and Richmond Ogilvie, Glenanne, Whitehouse Park -- a daughter.

SHACKELS -- March 27, 1954, at the Royal Maternity Hospital, to Elizabeth, wife of David Shackels, 167a Ormeau Road, Belfast -- a son (John Thomas).

Engagement

COOPER--BUNTING -- The Engagement is announced between Stanley H. Cooper, B.Sc., twin son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Cooper, Edenderly, Chichester Park, Belfast, and Patricia, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bunting, Marcrian, 4 Cherry Hill, Beechlands, Malone Road, Belfast.

Marriages

BAILEY--M'CABE -- March 30, 1954, at Rotherham, Yorkshire, Edward A. Bailey, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bailey, 35 East Bawtry Road, to Myra-Alma, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. M'Cabe, 2 Silverstream Drive, Bangor.

WALLACE--M'KEE -- March 12, 1954, by Rev. R. E. Alexander, M.A. (Special Licence), Herbert V. Wallace, 73 Marlborough Park North, Belfast, to Essie M'Kee, Portavogie House, Portavogie, Co. Down.

Deaths

BEARNS -- April 11, 1954, at Coleraine Hospital, Robert, beloved husband of Evelyn Bearns, 105 Coleraine Road, Portstewart. Funeral from his residence tomorrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., for service in Agherton Parish Church, thence to Agherton Cemetery. Thy will be done. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family.

BEGGS -- April 11, 1954, at Ards Hospital, Isabella, dearly-loved wife of the late William Beggs. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) at 4 p.m., from her late residence 14 Killaire Park, Carnalea, Bangor, to Bangor Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Family.

BLAIN -- April 10, 1954, at 29 Fernvale Street, William James, beloved husband of Charlotte Emily Blain. House private. Funeral private from S. Furphy & Sons' Funeral Parlour, 141 Upper Newtownards Road. Peace after suffering.

BLAIR -- April 11, 1954, at Moyle Hospital, Rebecca Blair (late of Don-Air, Drain's Bay, Larne). Funeral private.

CARLISLE -- April 10, 1954, at City Hospital, Samuel, dearly-beloved husband of the late Jessie Carlisle, 28 Chamberlain Street. Funeral on tomorrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., from his daughter's residence, 15 M'Master Street, to Movilla Cemetery. House private. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Family. At rest.

CLARKE -- April 12, 1954, at his residence, Three Trees, Helen's Bay, Co. Down. Allan William Scott, dear husband of Phyllis Clarke. Memorial Service at St John's Church. Helen's Bay, 3-30 p.m., tomorrow (Tuesday), 13th inst. Funeral private. No flowers, please.

CRAWFORD -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, Kilcross, Muckamore. Alice, dearly-loved wife of William Crawford. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to Loanends Meeting House Green. House private.

CROWE -- April 11, 1954, at Craigavon Hospital, Hugh, dearly-loved husband of Sarah Crowe, 8 Earl Haig Park. Interment notice later.

CROWE -- Officers and Members of Sandy Row Volunteers' L.O.L. 1299 regret the death of the father of their esteemed Member, Br. T. Crowe, and tender their deepest sympathy. -- W. Martin, W.M.

CROWE - Officers and Sir Knights of King Solomon's R.B.P. 179 regret the death of the father of their highly esteemed Member, Sir Kt. T. Crowe, and extend their sincere sympathy. -- J. Caskey, W.M.

CROWE -- The W.P., Officers and members of the Ben Madigan Lodge R.A.O.B. regret the death of their Fellow-Member, H. Crowe, R.O.H., and tender to his family their deepest sympathy. Members are requested to attend funeral. -- A. Harris, K.O.M.

CROWE -- The Officers and Members of National Society of Painters. Belfast No. 2 Branch, deeply regret the death of their esteemed Member, Br. Hugh Crowe, and Tender their deepest sympathy. -- J. M'Dougall, Branch Sec.

CROWE -- The Officers and Members of the Co-operative Football Club regret the death of the father of their esteemed Member, Ernest Crowe, and tender their deepest sympathy. -- F. Graham, Sec.

CURRIE -- April 11, 1954, at Massereene Hospital, Antrim, Daniel M., loved husband of Elsie Currie. Funeral from his late residence, Ballymacvea, Kells, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2 p.m., to Connor New Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted.

CURRIE -- April 11, 1954, (result of an accident), John William, infant son of James and Edith Currie, Tokio, Japan. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Grandparents and Family, 26 Newcastle Street; also uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott, Mr and Mrs. T. Bate, 13 Parkgate Drive, Belfast. The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord. -- Job i., 21.

CUSH -- April 11, 1954, at his residence Turmoyra, Lurgan, William, dearly-loved husband of Elizabeth A. Cush. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2 p.m., to the family burying-ground, The New Cemetery. -- Very deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family.

CUSH -- The Officers and Members of Boconnell L.O.L. 123 regret the death of father of their esteemed Members. Mrs. William, Robert, Edward and Thomas Cush, and tender their sincere sympathy to their Relatives. -- Joseph Allen, Sec.

CUSH -- The Officers and Sir Knights of Boconnell Golden Star R.B.P. 127 regret the death of the father of their esteemed members, Sir Knights William, Robert, Edward and Thomas Cush, and tender their sincere sympathy to the Relatives. -- James Pedlow, W.M.

DEENY -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, Church Place, Lurgan, Jane F., relict of Michael Deeny, F.R.C.S. -- R.I.P. Funeral to St. Colman's Cemetery tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2 p.m. House private.

DOUGAN -- April 11, 1954, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Robert M. (Bertie), beloved husband of Margaret Dougan. Funeral from his late residence, 4a Disraeli Street, tomorrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m. to City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and little son, Merdith.

DOUGAN -- April 11, 1954, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Robert M. (Bertie), dearly-loved son of the late John and Martha Dougan and brother of Violet. -- Deeply regretted.

DOUGAN -- April 11, 1954, at Hospital, Robert Meredith (Bertie), dearly-loved brother of William John. -- Deeply by his sorrowing Brother, Sister-in-law and Family. William and Jessie Dougan, 55 Hooker St. Jesus understands.

DUFFY -- The Workers of Messrs J. & T. Sinclair & Co., Ltd., regret the death of the wife of their Fellow-worker, Andrew Duffy, and tender to him their deep sympathy.

FINLAY -- April 11, 1954, at her son's residence, Stramore, Chichester Park, Belfast, Elizabeth, wife of the late Wm. Finlay. House and funeral private.

FLANAGAN -- April 10, 1954, (result of an accident), Jim, much-loved son of Mr. and Mrs. Flanagan, Turin Street. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Chums, George Anderson and Sammy Verner.

FLANAGAN -- The Friends and Neighbours of Turin Street and District deeply regret the tragic death of Jim, and extend their sincere sympathy to his Parents and Relatives.

FLANAGAN -- The Band of the 6th Battalion The Royal Ulster Rifles T.A. regret the death of their esteemed Member, J. G. Flannigan, and tender their deepest sympathy to his relatives. -- S. M'Cartney, Bugle Major.

FLANAGAN -- The Officers and Members of the Willow Dart and Social Club regret the death of the son of their esteemed Member, Daniel Flanagan, and tender deepest sympathy. -- W. Ferguson, Sec.

FLEMING -- The Management and Workers of Courtaulds, Spinning Dept., regret the death of the father of their colleague, William Fleming, and tender their sincere sympathy. -- T. S. Charlton.

GILLESPIE -- April 12, 1954, at Massereene Hospital, Mary Jane Johnston, dearly-loved wife of Robert Gillespie, 1 Parkgate Road, Dunadry. Funeral from her residence on Wednesday, at 2 p.m., to Antrim Cemetery. House private. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family. Peace, perfect, peace.

GILLESPIE -- April 12, 1954, at Massereene Hospital, Mary Jane Johnston, dearly-loved wife of Robert Gillespie, 1 Parkgate Road, Dunadry. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sisters, Brothers, Brothers-in-law and Sisters-in-law at home, U.S.A. and New Zealand. God shall wipe away all tears, and there shall be no more pain. -- Rev. xxi, v. 4.

GILLESPIE -- April 12, 1954, at Massereene Hospital, Mary Jane Johnston, dearly-loved wife of Robert Gillespie, 1 Parkgate Road, Dunadry. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Brother and Sister-in-law, Alexander and Elizabeth Bell, High Road, Muckamore. Rest after suffering.

GILLESPIE -- April 12, 1954, at Massereene Hospital, Mary Jane Johnston, dearly-loved wife of Robert Gillespie, 1 Parkgate Road, Dunadry. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Brothers and Sisters-in-law, the Gillespie Family.

GILLESPIE -- The Officers and Members of Muckamore Dramatic Society regret the death of the sister-in-law of their esteemed members, James Gillespie and Mrs. Steenson, and tender deepest sympathy. -- R. Watt.

GLENN- April 12, 1954 (suddenly), at his residence, 52 Alexandra Park Avenue, James Glenn. Interment notice later.

GORDON -- April 9, 1954, at a Hospital in Glasgow. Charles Austin Ronald (Ronnie), dearly-loved husband of Edith A. Auld, late of 193 Alexandra Park Avenue, Belfast. Very deeply regretted. At rest.

GRAY -- March 21, 1954, at his residence, 2547 Chestnut Avenue, Long Beach, California, Ernest H. Gray, beloved brother of Irene M. Gray, formerly of 14 Evelyn Avenue, Bloomfield, Belfast.

HALE -- April 11, 1954, at his residence, Main Street, Saintfield, John beloved husband of Emma Hale. -- Deeply regretted by his Brother tom, sister-in-law Margaret and Family.

HAMILTON -- April 10, 1954, at City Hospital, Anna, dearly beloved wife of the late James Hamilton. Funeral from her residence, 110 Roden Street, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2-30 p.m., to City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, Albert, also her sisters, Mary and Sarah Lappin.

HAMILTON -- April 10, 1954, at City Hospital, Anna, dearly beloved wife of the late James Hamilton. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, Tom and Agnes Hamilton and Family, 110 Roden Street. God needed a new star in heaven to shine, so he took that darling mother of mine.

HAMILTON -- April 10, 1954, at City Hospital, Anna, dearly beloved wife of the late James Hamilton, 110 Roden Street. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sons, Bill and Bob, also Daughters-in-law and Grandchildren.

HAMILTON -- The Officers and Members of Donegall Road Temperance R.B.P. 553 regret the death of the mother of their highly-esteemed Sir Knight and Brother, Thomas Hamilton, and tender their deepest sympathy. -- A. Thompson, W.M.

HARRISON -- April 11, 1954, at Hospital Elizabeth Harrison, late of Canal Street, Lisburn. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), arriving Lisburn Cemetery at 3 p.m. approximately. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Nephew and Wife, William and Mary Stewart.

HERBERT -- April 11, 1954, at 17 Mount Eden Park, Belfast, Mrs F. Herbert, wife of the late Joseph Herbert, of Lurgan. Funeral private.

HUGHES - April 10, 1954 (suddenly), ay Moyle Hospital, William Edward only and dearly-loved child of William and Frances Hughes, Whitehouse, Islandmagee. Funeral from his home, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 3 p.m., to Islandmagee New Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daddy and Mammy. Safe in the arms of Jesus.

HUNTER -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, 38 Ethel Street, Ellen, widow of Andrew Hunter, and loved mother of Eleanor M'Namara. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2-30pm, to Mallusk Burying Ground. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Family.

IRWIN -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, 13 Ivan St., Lisburn, Mary, dearly-loved wife of the late John Irwin. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to Lisburn Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter Cissie.

IRWIN -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, 13 Ivan St., Lisburn, Mary, dearly-loved wife of the late John Irwin. -- Deeply regretted by his Son and Daughter-in-law, James and Minnie and Grandchildren, 82 Fort St., Low Road, Lisburn.

IRWIN -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, 13 Ivan St., Lisburn, Mary, dearly-loved wife of the late John Irwin. -- Deeply regretted by his Son and Daughter-in-law, William and Sadie Irwin, and Grandchildren, 15 Manor Park, Lisburn.

IRWIN -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, 13 Ivan St., Lisburn, Mary, dearly-loved wife of the late John Irwin. -- Deeply regretted by his Son and Daughter-in-law, David and Ann Irwin, and Grandchildren, 16 Donard Drive, Lisburn.

IRWIN -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, 13 Ivan St., Lisburn, Mary, dearly-loved wife of the late John Irwin. -- Deeply regretted by his Son and Daughter-in-law, George and Ida Irwin, and Grandchildren, 3 Carntogher Road, Lisburn.

IRWIN -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, 13 Ivan Street, Lisburn, Mary, dearly-loved wife of the late John Irwin. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, May and James Lyttle, and Grandsons, 5 Locksley Parade, Finaghy.

JOHNSTON -- 12th Battalion royal Irish Rifles Old Comrades' Association (Ballymoney Branch) deeply regret the death of their esteemed Comrade, James S. Johnston, Ballymoney Road, Dervock, and tender deepest sympathy to his wife and family. -- A. S. M'Vicker, Chairman.

KENNEDY - The 29th Old boys Association extend their deepest sympathy to their Vice-President, Andrew Kennedy, on the death of his mother. -- J. Morton, Chairman.

LAVERY -- April 10, 1954, at Purdysburn Hospital, Robert Daniel, dearly-loved infant son of John and Elizabeth Lavery. Funeral from his grandparents' residence 10 Hill's Avenue, tomorrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daddy and Mammy and little Brothers, Tommy and David; also Uncles, Aunts and Grandparents. Safe in the arms of Jesus.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) to Prospect Cemetery, at 3 p.m. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter, Gertie, Son-in-law, Sid, and Grandchildren, Kathleen and Tommy, Good St. Anthony intercede for her.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, Charles and Wife, Margaret; also Grandchildren.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, Patrick, and Wife, Bridget, also Grandchildren, Robert, Frederick and Christina. Mother of Perpetual Succour pray for her.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter, Mary, Son-in-law, James, and Grandson, James. Sweet Jesus have mercy on her soul.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter, Alice, Son-in-law, James, and Grandchildren. Sweet Jesus have mercy on her soul.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, James, Daughter-in-law, Bell, and Grandchildren, Brendan and Daniel; also Mrs. M'Phail.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter, Catherine, also Grandchildren, May, Cecilia and Roy; also Great Grandchildren.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her Granddaughter, Bernadette; also Great Grandchildren, Veronica and Cecilia. Mother Perpetual Succour pray for her.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her loving Granddaughter, Patsy. Sweet Heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her Granddaughter, Betty; also Stanley.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her Granddaughter, Margaret, also Jackie, and Great-grandchildren.

LAVERY -- April 11 1954, at her residence, 24 Irish Quarter South, Carrickfergus, Catherine, wife of the late Robert Lavery. -- R.I.P. Deeply regretted by her Daughter-in-law Jeannie and Grandchildren. At rest.

LAVERY -- The Committee and Members of The Corner Social and Dart Club regret the death of the mother of their esteemed member, Charles Lavery, and tender deepest sympathy. -- J. M'Quitty.

LAVERY -- The Fellow Workers of the Amalgamated Transport and General Workers Union, Coal Section, Carrickfergus, regret the death of the mother of their fellow worker, Charles Lavery, and tender deepest sympathy. -- S. Kane.

LILLEY -- April 12, 1954, at his residence, 23 M'Candless Street, Alfred, dearly loved husband of Margaret Lilley. Funeral on Wednesday, 14th inst., at 2-30 p.m., to Carnmoney Cemetery. House Private. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife.

LILLEY -- April 12, 1954, at his residence, 23 M'Candless Street, Alfred, dearly loved husband of Margaret Lilley. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing son and daughter-in-law. Alfred and Margaret, Lilley, also Grandchildren, 19 Tasmania Street.

LILLEY -- April 12, 1954, at his residence, 23 M'Candless Street, Alfred, dearly loved husband of Margaret Lilley. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughter and son-in-law, Florence and Thomas Kirkpatrick, also Grandchildren, 8 Silvio Street.

LILLEY -- The Officers and Members of North Belfast Bowling Club regret the death of their highly esteemed member, Mr. Alfred Lilley, and tender to his wife and family their deepest sympathy. J. Johnston, Pres.

LILLEY -- The Officers and Members of North Belfast Bowling Club regret the death of their highly esteemed member, Mr. Alfred Lilley, and tender to his relatives their deepest sympathy. Members are requested to attend the funeral. -- Lieut.-Col. S. H. Hall-Thompson, President.

MATTHEWS -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, The Fort, Ballygally, Downpatrick, Agnes Jane, dearly-loved wife of William Henry Matthews. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., to Killyleagh Meeting House Green. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family. House private.

MAWHINNEY -- April 11, 1954 (suddenly), at his residence, 27 Bangor Road, Newtownards, Samuel, dearly-loved husband of Ellen Mawhinney. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) to Movilla Cemetery at 3 p.m. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and the Family Circle.

MITCHELL -- April 11, 1954, at his residence 4 Hillman Street, Henry, dearly-loved husband of Mary A. Mitchell. Funeral to Carnmoney Cemetery tomorrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family. His willing hands will toll no more.

MITCHELL -- April 11, 1954, at his residence 4 Hillman Street, Henry, dearly-loved husband of Mary A. Mitchell. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing son, Daughter-in-law and Granddaughter, Henry, Sarah and Jennifer, 35 Halliday's Road. Peace perfect peace.

MITCHELL -- April 11, 1954, at his residence 4 Hillman Street, Henry dearly-loved husband of Mary A. Mitchell. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter Martha. Safe in the arms of Jesus.

MITCHELL -- April 11, 1954, at his residence 4 Hillman Street, Henry M'Camley Mitchell, beloved father of Ellen Wright. -- Sadly missed by his sorrowing Daughter and Grandchildren; also his Friend, Harry Gordon. God's Garden must be beautiful, He always picks the best.

MITCHELL -- April 11, 1954, at his residence 4 Hillman Street, Henry dearly-loved husband of Minnie Mitchell. -- Deeply regretted by his Brother, Samuel, 175 York Park. At rest.

MITCHELL -- April 11, 1954, at his residence 4 Hillman Street, Henry dearly-loved brother of Agnes Sloan. -- Deeply regretted by his loving Sister and Brother-in-law Agnes and Barnsley Sloan; also his Nephew and Nieces, 97 Cosgrave Street. Gone to meet his loved ones.

MITCHELL -- April 11, 1954, at his residence 4 Hillman Street, Henry dearly-loved brother of Harriett Caldwell. -- Deeply regretted by his loving Sister and Brother-in-law Harriett and Sammy Caldwell; also his Nephew, David, 105 Cosgrave Street. Sleeping in Heavenly peace.

MITCHELL -- The Worthy Primo, Officers and Brethren of Duncairn Lodge R.A.O.B. No. 4396 regret the death of their esteemed Brother, H. Mitchell, R.O.H., P.P.G.P., No.1 Province, and tender their deepest sympathy. -- R. M'Kinstry, City Sec.

MITCHELL - The president and Brethren of Ulster Knights Chapter regret the death of Br. H. Mitchell, R.O.H., and tender their sincere sympathy. -- H. Gordon, R.O.H., President.

MOLLOY -- April 11, 1954, at her residence 50 Hutchinson Street, Susan, beloved Wife of William J. Molloy. Funeral on tomorrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., Dundonald Cemetery. House strictly private. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family circle at home and Abroad. God giveth His beloved sleep.

MORROW -- April, 1954, at Belfast City Hospital, Thomas Davis Morrow, beloved only brother of Anne E. C. Hopkins. Funeral private from David Ireland's Rest Room to family burying-ground, Hillsborough, Churchyard. Deeply regretted by the Family circle. No flowers please. At rest.

M'BRIAR -- April 10, 1954, at the residence of her son-in-law, 110 Dee Street, Sarah, beloved wife of William M'Briar, 1 Kingswood Street. Funeral from Dee St., tomorrow (Tuesday). at 2-30 p.m., to City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband. At rest.

M'BRIAR -- April 10, 1954, at the residence of her son-in-law, 110 Dee Street, Sarah, beloved wife of William M'Briar, 1 Kingswood Street. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-Law, Martha J. (Lottie) and Robert Rutherford, 110 Dee St. With Christ, which is far better.

M'BROOM -- April 11, 1954, Walter, beloved husband of Jane M'Broom, 21 Alexandra park Avenue. Funeral on to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife, Daughters, Sons-in-law, and Grandchildren. He giveth His beloved sleep.

M'BROOM -- April 11, 1954, Walter, eldest son of the late James and Margaret M'Broom. -- Deeply regretted by his Brother, John, and Sisters Minnie and Aggie, 37 Glenrosa Street.

M'BROOM -- The Officers and Members of Shipconstructors and shipwrights' Association, 100 Belfast "C" Branch, regret the death of their esteemed Member, Walter M'Broom, and tender deepest sympathy. -- Thos. Minford, Pres.

M'CLEAN -- April 11, 1954, at his residence Abercorn Drive, Ballyclare, Alexander, husband of the late Sarah M'Clean. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to Rashee. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, Samuel and Annie Wallace. Gone to be with Christ, which is far better.

M'CLUNEY -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, Galgorm parks, Gracehill, Hannah, loved wife of Robert M'Cluney. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., to R.P. Burying-ground, Cullybackey. -- Deeply regretted.

M'CLURE -- April 11, 1954, at the Belfast City Hospital, Elizabeth, widow, of James M'Clure, late of 12 Alaska Street. Funeral from above Hospital to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m. to Carnmoney Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing friends, Mrs. And Mrs. W. R. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. D. Beck.

M'CRORY -- April 11, 1954, at her residence, Derryhannaghan, Gawley's Gate, Ellen M'Crory -- R.I.P. Funeral to family burying-ground, Maghernagaw tomorrow (Tuesday), at 3.30 p.m.

M'DOWELL -- The Offices and Members of the National Society of Painters (Belfast No. 1 Branch) regret the death of their esteemed Superannuated Member, John M'Dowell and tender deepest sympathy. -- W. Blair, President.

M'KINLEY -- April 9, 1954, Jane, late of Canary, Moy. Funeral from Johnson's Funeral Parlour, 43 Bedford Street, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m.

M'MICHAEL -- April 11, 1954 (suddenly), Coleraine hospital, Robert, beloved husband of Jeannie M'Michael, 34 Circular Road, Coleraine. Funeral from his residence on Wednesday, at 2 p.m., to Coleraine Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by the Family Circle.

M'MURDIE -- April 12, 1954, at his residence, 100 Urney Street, William dearly-loved husband of Agnes M'Murdie. Interment notice later. -- Very deeply regretted.

PATTTON -- April 12, 1954, at City Hospital, Elizabeth, dearly-beloved wife of James T. Patton, 228 Shore Road. Interment notice later.

PETERS -- April 11, 1954, at his residence Ballyward, Banbridge, James last surviving son of the late William and Jane Peters, Ballyward. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to Ballyward Churchyard. House private. -- Deeply regretted.

RANGECROFT -- April 11, 1954, at the residence of her son-in-law, 63 King's Road, Knock, Martha Annie, beloved wife of the late James Rangecroft. Funeral private. -- Deeply regretted.

REID -- April 8, 1954, (as result of air crash at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada), Thomas Mayne, youngest son of the late Joseph and Mary Reid, Mourne View, Ballyroney, Banbridge, also Marjorie, his beloved wife, Daughter of Mrs Armstrong and the late William Armstrong, Richards Landing, Ontario, Canada. -- Deeply regretted.

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DARRAGH -- April 12, 1954, at Moyle Hospital, Larne, Bridget, dearly-loved wife of Daniel Darragh, the Bay, Carnlough -- R.I.P. The remains will be removed tomorrow (Tuesday), arriving St. John's church, Carnlough, approximately 6 p.m. Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted. On her soul, sweet Jesus, have mercy.

HALE -- April 11, 1954, at his residence, Main Street, Saintfield, John Hale, M.P.S.N.I. Funeral to Second Saintfield Burying-ground, tomorrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m. -- Deeply regretted by his loving Wife, sons, Sidney and John, Daughter-in-law, sister and Grandchildren. House private.

HALE -- The W.M., Officers and Brethren of Union Band Masonic Lodge No.35 Saintfield, regret the passing of their esteemed Treasurer, Worshipful Brother John Hale, M.P.S.N.I., and tender their sympathy to his wife and sons, Bros. Sydney and John Charles hale. -- H. Mannis, W.M

M'CLURG -- April 11, 1954, (suddenly), at 8 Espie Way, Charles, dearly-loved husband of Mary J. M'Clurg, late of Helen's Bay, Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to City Cemetery. House private. No flowers, please. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Family.

RODGERS -- April 9, 1954, at Hospital, Mary, dearly-loved wife of the late George Rodgers. Funeral from her residence, 5 Conlon Street, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son and Daughter, William and Elizabeth, also Daughter and Son-in-law, Catherine and James Bennett, and little Granddaughter, Maureen. Many a time you lose a friend and sometimes find another, but there is none in the world to take the place of our dear mother.

RODGERS -- April 9, 1954, at Hospital, Mary, dearly-loved wife of the late George Rodgers. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing son and Daughter-in-law, George and Mary, and Family, 22 Killarney Street; also Grandson in the Far East. The pearly gates were opened a gentle voice said come, and with farewells unspoken she gently entered Home.

RODGERS -- April 9, 1954, at Hospital, Mary, dearly-loved wife of the late George Rodgers. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, John and Mary, and Family, 23 Killarney Street; also Granddaughter and Husband, and Family, 116 Brookmount Street. In silence she suffered, with patience she bore till God called her Home to suffer no more.

RODGERS -- April 10, 1954, Mary, beloved grandmother of George Martin. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Grandson and Wife and Family, 19 Mountcollyer Avenue. Better in heaven, better than here: but, oh, how I'll miss you, granny dear.

RODGERS -- The Officers and Members of W. J. Twaddell Memorial L.O.L. 902 deeply regret the death of the mother of their esteemed Member, Br.William Rodgers P.M., and tender deepest sympathy. -- G. Irvine. W.M.

RODGERS -- The Officers and Members of Star of the West R.B.P. 664 regret the death of the mother of their esteemed member, Sir Knight William Rodgers, and tender deepest sympathy. -- William Hanley, W.M.

RODGERS -- The Officers and members of the Hammer Blue Supporters' Club deeply regret the death of the mother of their esteemed Member William Rodgers, and mother-in-law of their esteemed Member, James Bennett and tender deepest sympathy. -- W. Jenkins, Sec.

RODGERS -- The Officers and members of the Hammer Blue Supporters' Club Ladies' Committee deeply regret the death of the mother of their esteemed Member, Mrs. C. Bennett and Mrs. M. Martin, and tender their deepest sympathy. -- J. M'Keown, Sec.

SADLIER -- April 11, 1954, at his residence, Laurel Bank, Rossorry Road, Enniskillen, Henry A. Sadlier. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to Rossorry Churchyard. No flowers. -- Deeply regretted.

SHANKS -- April 10, 1954, her residence, 13 Glenallen Street, Mary A., dearly-beloved wife of the late Joseph Shanks. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to Dundonald Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, Minnie and Matthew Gorman, and little Dorothy; also her Sister and Niece, Letitia and Mary A. Totten, also Daughter-in-law, Grace Shanks and Grandsons; also Granddaughter and Husband, Lily and Alex Anderson. Gone to join her loved one.

SHANKS -- April 10, 1954, her residence, 13 Glenallen Street, Mary A., dearly-beloved wife of the late Joseph Shanks. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, Joseph and Mary; also Grandchildren, Great-grandchildren and Family Circle. Peace after suffering.

SHANKS -- April 10, 1954, her residence, 13 Glenallen Street, Mary A., dearly-beloved wife of the late Joseph Shanks. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, Jeannie and Andy Andrews. At rest.

SHANKS -- April 10, 1954, her residence, 13 Glenallen Street, Mary A., dearly-beloved wife of the late Joseph Shanks. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, James and Rose Shanks, and Grandchildren, Berwick-on-Tweed.

SHANKS -- April 10, 1954, her residence, 13 Glenallen Street, Mary A., dearly-beloved mother of George Shanks. -- Deeply regretted by her Son, Daughter-in-law, and Grandchildren, 4 Arosa parade; also Granddaughter and Husband, Sadie and Fred Hogg, 34 Pittsburg Street. Resting now in peace with Jesus.

TAYLOR -- April 12, 1954 (suddenly), at Hospital, Robert Hugh, dearly-loved husband of Agnes Taylor. Funeral from his late residence, 23 Knock Eden Park, on Wednesday at 2-30 p.m., to Knockbreda Cemetery. House private. -- Very deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Daughter Patricia.

TAYLOR -- April 12, 1954 (suddenly), at Hospital, Robert Hugh, much-loved father of Vera Tuff. -- Very deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law and Grandchildren, Pond Park, Lisburn.

TAYLOR -- April 12, 1954 (suddenly), at Hospital, Robert Hugh, dearly-loved father of Stanley. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Son.

TINSLEY -- April 10, 1954, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Georgina, dearly-loved wife of William Tinsley. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2-30 p.m., from her father-in-law's residence, 36 Middle Green, Dunmurray, to Knockbreda Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband; also Baby Daughter.

TINSLEY -- April 10, 1954 (suddenly), at Royal Victoria Hospital, Georgina, dearly-loved daughter of Alfred and Mary Herron. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Father, Mother, Brothers and Cousin, Florrie, 40 Carrington Street; also Uncles, Aunts and Cousins.

TINSLEY -- April 10, 1954, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Georgina Tinsley. - Deeply regretted by her sorrowing sister and Brother-in-law, Margery and Andy M'Minn, 13 Wynchurch Terrace.

TINSLEY -- April 10, 1954, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Georgina, dearly-loved wife of William Tinsley. -- Deeply regretted by her Father-in-law and Mother-in-law; also her Sisters-in-law and Brother-in-law, 36 Middle Green, Dunmurry.

TINSLEY -- April 10, 1954, Georgina, dearly-loved wife of Wm. Tinsley. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sister-in-law, Brother-in-law and Family, 7 Milfort Avenue, Dunmurry.

WATKINS -- April 10, 1954, at a Nursing Home in Bedford, Mary Elizabeth, widow of Michael J. Watkins, C.B.E. Funeral private. No flowers please.

WAUGH -- April 10, 1954, at her residence, 478 Upper Newtownards Road, Charlotte, widow of Robert T. Waugh. House and funeral private.

WHITE -- April 10, 1954, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Mary widow of Thomas White, 84 Twaddell Avenue. Funeral from the Belfast Co-operative Society Ltd. Funeral Parlour, 90 Shankill road, to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2-30 p.m. to Tullylish Churchyard, Gilford. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing brother and sister-in-law, Randle and Elizabeth Campbell.

YOUNGE -- April 10, 1954, (result of an accident), Hillis Mary (aged 6 1/2 years), darling daughter of Harold and Margaret Younge, 19 Hamburg Street. Her remains were interred to-day (Monday) in First Dromara Presbyterian Churchyard. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daddy, Mammy, Brothers and sister. A lamb in the Shepherd's fold

Thanks

The Family of the late Mrs. Sarah Brown wish to thank the many kind Friends and Neighbours who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Rodgers and Mrs. Young for their great kindness; also Pastor Evans and Dr. Pitt, and all those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence. Hoping this acknowledgment will be accepted by all -- 151 Templemore Avenue.

The Family Circle of the late Mary Ann Greer wish to thank all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially Dr. J. Doherty and the Rev. S. J. Wylie; also friends and neighbours and all those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence. -- Trust this acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -- 27 Rural Avenue, Whiteabbey.

The Family Circle of the late Agnes Harmes desire to thank all kind Relatives, also those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement; also those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence, and all who attended the funeral. Hoping this acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -- 65 Aberdeen St.

The Wife and Family of Robert J. M'Master wish to express their sincere thanks to all the kind Relatives, Neighbours of Cranbrook Gardens, B.C.T. Social Club, and those who sent floral wreaths, letters and called to sympathise with them in their recent bereavement. Trusting this will be accepted by all. -- 81 Cranbrook Gardens.

The Daughter of the late Robert Orr, 24 Foreman Street, wishes to thank the Sisters of Epworth W.L.O.L. 190 and Woodvale Loyalist Independent Association for their letters of sympathy. Trusting this will be accepted by all. -- Sarah Cameron, 155 Argyle Street.

The Wife and Family of the late William J. Robinson desire to express their sincere gratitude to all who sympathised with them Rev. R. G. Craig and Rev. W. N. Maxwell, friends and neighbours, and all who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence; also those who attended the funeral. Trusting this acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -- 100 Woodvale Road.

Mr. and. Mrs. Rodgers and family Circle wish to express their sincere thanks to kind Friends and Neighbours who sympathised with them in the!r recent sad bereavement, especially Dr. Henry, Nurse Connolly, Doctors and Nursing Staff, Northern Ireland Fever Hospital, for unfailing attention; Mr. Clark Scott, Alderman J. Doherty and Mrs. M. White: also Neighbours of Foreman St. and District and Rutherford St. and District for beautiful wreaths: also little Playmates Rutherford St. and Matier St., Officers and Members of Springfield Accordion Band, Conlon St., and Duke Inn Dart Clubs; Foreman and Workers of No. 2 Spinning Room, New Northern Spinning Co., for their beautiful floral tribute; Mr. and Mrs. Clarke for their kindness; Salvation Army, Academy Street, and Hemsworth Square School; all those who sent letters of condolence and attended the funeral. Trusting this acknowledgment will be accepted by all. -- 32 Foreman Street.

In Memoriam

ALLEN -- In reverent and loving memory of William Edward Allen, who died at Commonwood House, Chipperfield, Herts, on April 12, 1918.

ANDERSON -- In loving memory of my dear husband, William John, died 12th April, 1952. -- Ever remembered by his Wife and Family Circle, 31 Wilson St. At rest.

ANDERSON -- Agnes J., loved wife of Thos. Anderson, 152 Earl Street, who was called Home 12th April, 1953. In mind a dally thought in Heaven a silent sorrow.

ANDREWS -- Loving memories of Mother, died 12th April, 1951. -- Always remembered by her Daughters, Sons-in-law and Grandchildren, and Family Circle, 10 Baskin Street. At rest.

BODEL -- In memory of my dear wife, Emily, called Home 12th April, 1942. -- 1 Glenbryn Gardens.

BROWN -- Cherished memories of our dear Mother, died 11th April, 1953 -- Always remembered by the Family Circle, 18 College Square E., Bessbrook.

BROWN -- Cherished memories of Mother who died 11th April, 1953. In our home she will always be remembered. -- 16 Prince's Street, Lurgan.

CORDNER -- In loving memory of my dear sister, Jane, died 11th April, 1953. -- Always remembered by her loving Brother, Sammy Andrews, 2 Convention St.

GOWAN -- Treasured memories of our beloved only son, William Matthew (Bill), who passed away April 12, 1951. -- Ever remembered by his Daddy, Mammy and Sister, Frances; also Granny own, 7 Ainsworth Drive. I thank my God upon every remembrance of thee

CRANSTON -- In loving memory of my dear husband, Lindsay, who passed away 12th April, 1953. -- Sadly missed by his loving Wife and Son, Jean and Neill, 71 Mountview St., and Family Circle. Without farewell he fell asleep, leaving sweet memories for us to keep.

CRANSTON -- In loving remembrance of my dear Daddy, who passed away 12th April, 1953. -- Sadly missed by his loving Daughter and Son-in-law, Martha and Jackie; also Grandchildren, Carrickfergus. A wonderful daddy with a heart of gold, no better daddy this world could ever hold; on earth he toiled, in Heaven he rests. God bless you, dear daddy, you were one of the best.

CRAWFORD -- Unfading memories of a dear Wife and Mother, called Home 11th April, 1951. Longed for always by her sorrowing Husband and Family, 26 Cable Street. It is not the tears at the moment shed, that tells of the the heart that is torn, but the lonely grief of after years, remembrance silently borne. God gave us strength to bear it and courage to fight the blow, but what it meant to lose her, no one will ever know.

CROZIER -- In loving memory of our dear brother, Christopher, who died 12th April, l948. Fondly remembered by his loving Sisters, Elizabeth and Margaret Crozier, 88 Brookmount St.; also by his loving Sister and Brother-in-law, Lena and Thompson Irvine, and Nephew Jim, 48 Henry St., Enniskillen. Sweet are the memories silently kept.

DAVIDSON -- In loving memory of a dear Wife and Mother, dies 12th April, 1951; also my dear son and our dear brother, Jim, died 3rd January, 1947 -- Always remembered by her loving Husband, Sons, Daughters, Sons-in-law, Daughters-in-law and Grandchildren, 72 Dundela Street. Their memories we cherish.

FULTON -- Tender memories of Mother, died April 11, 1953. -- Dearly loved and remembered by Ethel, Adam and Children, 42 Beattie Park Central, Dunmurry; also by Marie and Eunice, Birmingham, England; also Brother Bob. Absent yet ever near.

HEATLEY -- Loving memories of my dear husband, David, died 12th April, 1949. -- Still sadly missed by his loving Wife and Family, 64 Benburb St. Days at sorrow still come o'er me, tears in silence often flow; for his memory keeps him near me, though he died five years ago. Some may forget you now that you're gone, but I'll remember no matter how long.

HYNDMAN -- In loving memory of my dear Wife, died 11th April, 1953. -- Ever remembered by her sorrowing Husband; also her Son and Daughter-in-law and Grandsons, 197 Cupar Street. At rest.

HYNDMAN -- In memory of my dear sister, Johanna, who passed away 11th April, 1953. -- Sadly missed by her Brother and Sister-in-law and Family Circle at home and abroad. James and Sarah Parkes and Family, 227 Cupar Street. One by one we miss them. Always in our thoughts.

HYNDMAN -- In loving memory of our dear aunt, Johanna, who died 11th April, 1953. -- Always remembered by her loving Nephews, Wives and Families, James and Ellen Parkes, 12 Eton Street, and Eddie and Jean Parkes, 15 Albany Street. It is love in death that makes us see what love in life should always be.

HYNDMAN -- In loving memory of my dear Aunt, who died on 11th April, 1953. -- Always remembered by her loving Niece and Husband and Family. Lena and Billy Moorehouse, 228 Cupar Street. Safe in God's keeping.

LOVE -- In loving memory or our dear Mother, died 11th April, 1949. -- Always remembered by her loving Family, Shaftesbury House, Cooke Place.

MAGEE -- In loving memory of my dear Husband, Robert, who died 12th April, 1952. -- Sadly missed by his Wife and Son Tommy, 39 Glenwherry St. Always in our thoughts.

MAGEE -- In loving memory of my dear father, Robert, called Home on 12th April, 1952. He left behind an acing heart, that loved him most sincere; I never did, nor never will, forget you, father, dear. -- Always remembered by his loving Son and Daughter-in-law, George and Alice Magee, 79 Walton Street.

MARTIN -- Treasured memories of a loving Mother, died 11th April, 1953. -- Ever remembered by her loving Son and Daughter-in-law, William and Rebecca Martin; also Granddaughters, 21 Woodford Street. A smiling face, a heart of gold, to us her memory will never grow old.

MELVILLE -- In fond memory of my dear husband, William, died 11th April, 1947. -- Always remembered by his Wife and little Daughter.

MORROW -- In loving memory of my husband, Alfie, died, result of an accident, April 12, 1952. -- Always remembered by his Wife and Family, J. Morrow, 38 Garton Way, Whitewell.

MORROW -- Cherised memories of our dear brother, Alfred, called Home, 12th April, 1952. -- Always remembered by his loving Sisters and Brothers, Sisters-in-law and Brothers-in-law; also Aunt Christina. The flowers we place upon his grave may wither and decay, but the love we have for the one beneath will never fade away.

M'AREE -- In loving memory of my dear mother, Mary Jane, called Home 12th April, 1952. -- Ever remembered by her loving Daughter, Mary Jane Carson; also her Granddaughter, Margaret Beattie, and Husband, 8 Hope's Place. Oh, dear mother, how we miss you, tears in silence often flow, memories keep you ever near us, though you died two years ago.

M'AREE -- Deep in our hearts is a sad but beautiful memory of our dear grandmother, Mary Jane, whom God called Home to rest 12th April, 1952. Her life was one long labour, her love for her family true, she did her best for all of us, what more could a grandmother do. -- Ever remembered by the Family Circle.

M'AREE -- Treasured memories of my dear Granny, died 12th April, 1952. -- Remembered always by her loving Grandson, Alex. Gray; also Annie and Family, 5 M'Ivor's Place. Ever in our thoughts.

M'CLEAN -- Memories of Mother, who fell asleep 12th April, 1952; also Father, who fell asleep 2nd March, 1952. Not a tie broken, not a hope laid low, not a farewell spoken, but our God doth know. Every hair is numbered, every tear is weighed; in the changeless balance, wisest love has made. -- 58 Prince's Park, Whiteabbey.

M'CRUM -- A loving tribute to the memory of our dear Mother, died 12th April, 1946. -- Ever remembered by the Family Circle, 5 Blakeley Street. Absent yet ever near.

M'KEE -- In loving memory of my dear wife, Margaret, died 11th April, 1950. -- Sadly missed by her loving Husband Sinclair, Daughter Annie and Sister Charlotte, 2 Harbour Bungalows, Groomsport, Co. Down. Always in our thoughts.

M'MEEKIN -- In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, Samuel Curry, who died on 12th April, 1950. -- Ever remembered by his loving Wife and Family and little Grandson, Robert Curry, Macartney, 62 Raceview, Muckamore.

POLLY -- In loving memory of my dear husband, Stanley, who died 12th April, 1946. -- Always remembered by his wife and Family, 21 Barrington St.

REA -- In loving memory of my dear husband, James H., who died 12th April, 1953. -- Ever remembered by his Wife, Daughter, Son-in-law and Grandchildren.

REYNOLDS -- In loving memory of my dear wife, Mary J., died 12th April, 1951. -- Still sadly missed by her loving Husband Thomas, 10 Little Grosvenor Street. To have, to love, and then to part is the greatest trial of the human heart.

REYNOLDS -- In loving memory of my dear Mother, who died 12th April, 1951. -- Always remembered by her loving Son and Daughter-in-law, Thomas and Mary Jane, and Grandchildren, 48 Lorton Street. Memories in our hearts to-day, passing years won't take away.

REYNOLDS -- Memories of Mother, called Home 12th April, 1951. -- Remembered by her Daughter, Son-in-law, and Grandchildren. She was a mother, good and kind, missed by those she left behind.

ROBINSON -- In treasured memory of my dear husband, David, died April 12, 1947. -- Always remembered by his Wife and Family, 165 Agnes Street.

STRANGE -- Cherished memories of our dear Mother, called Home 12th April, 1953. -- Remembered always by her loving Family. Safe in the arms of Jesus.

THOMPSON -- Treasured memories of our dear Mother, Sister, Nancy, and brother, Harry, who died April 11, 1950, -- Always remembered by her Daughters, Maureen and Irene, 34 Fortwilliam Crescent.

THOMPSON -- Loving memories of Annie and her children, Nancy and Harry, who died 11th April, 1950. -- Always remembered by her Brother and Sister-in-law, William and Florence Reid, 13 Northwood Road.

WADE -- In loving memory of our darling Mum, who died 12th April, 1952; also Dad, died 8th January, 1951; Uncle James, 21st January, 1951, and Aunt Laura, 24th December, 1953. They were loving, thought, good and kind, what a wonderful memory to leave behind. -- Sadly missed by their loving Daughter and Son-in-law, Phyllis and Jim M'Grath; also Grandchildren, darling Maureen and Derek, B.A.O.R. 32.

WATERWORTH (nee SHAW) -- Memory's loving tribute to Kathleen Marie, called to Higher Service 12th April, 1952. -- Her memory is as sweet as the rose, and as lasting as the evergreen. -- Treasured always by her loving Mother and Sister Edith, 112 Tennent Street.

WATERWORTH (nee SHAW) -- Loving memories of my dear sister, Kathleen Marie, called Home 12th April, 1952. Death doth hide, but not divide, she is but on Christ's other side. -- Remembered always by Irene and Billy Burton, 57 Ainsworth Drive.

WEST -- In loving memory of our dear Mother, called Home 11th April, 1951. It's love in death that makes us see what love in life should always be. -- Always remembered by the Family Circle.

WOODS -- In loving memory of my dearly-beloved husband, Peter, who died 11th April, 1953. -- R.I.P. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul. I lived in hope and prayed in vain for God to make him well again; God thought it best that we should part. I watched him die with a broken heart. -- Always and fondly remembered by his loving Wife and Family, 10 Rosetta Road, Belfast.

 

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