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Belfast Telegraph - Monday, 21 February, 1955.

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, IN MEMORIAM and THANKS NOTICES, 4/- for 25 words or less, and 2/- for every additional line of 5 words.

Births

JOHNSTON -- January 24, 1955, at the Victoria Hospital, Cork, to Betty (nee Howard), wife of Alexander Johnston, B.Sc., Glenanaar, Well Road, Douglas, Cork -- a son (STEPHEN ALEXANDER).).

MAWHINNEY -- January 31, 1955, at Ardenlee Nursing Home, to Maureen, wife of Maurice Mawhinney, Roddens Crescent, Castlereagh -- a daughter (JANICE ELIZABETH).).

NIXON -- February 2, 1955, at Massereene Hospital, Antrim, to Doreen (nee Anderson) and Jim Nixon, White Gables, Spa, County Down - a son.

WRIGHT -- February 9, 1955, at Amherst Hospital, Amherst, Ohio, to Sally, wife of Allister Wright, 53 Washington Avenue, Lorain, Ohio, U.S.A -- a son (GLENN MONTGOMERY).

Marriages

DALZELL--CLULOW -- January 26, 1955, at Dunmurry Methodist Church, PERCIVAL CHARLES, eldest son of Mr. Andrew Dalzell, Finaghy Park North, Belfast, and the late Mrs. Dalzell, to EDITH FLORENCE, younger daughter of MR. and Mrs. Frederick B. Clulow, University Street, Belfast.

Deaths

ALEXANDER -- February 20, 1955, at Rosemount Cottage, Rosemount Avenue, Knock, JANE (LIZZIE), loved sister of Robert Alexander. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2 p.m., to Movilla Cemetery, Newtownards. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Brothers and Sisters.

ALLEN -- February 20, 1955, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, HOLT MONTGOMERY, dearly beloved husband of Minnie Allen, 38 Cliftonpark Avenue. House and funeral private. No flowers, by request. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife, Sons and Daughters-in-law.

ALLEN -- February 20, 1955, at Hospital, ANNIE W., beloved wife of the late William Allen (late of 19 Tamery Street). Funeral from her daughter's residence, 13 Tamery Street, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to Dundonald Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her Daughter and Son-in-law, Jean and David Frizzell, 13 Tamery Street; also her sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, William and Florence Allen, and Grandchildren, 26 Victor St. Not till the loom is silent, and the shuttles cease to fly; will God unroll the canvas, and explain the reason why.

ALLEN -- February 20, 1955, at Hospital, ANNIE W., beloved wife of the late William Allen. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, Eileen and Thomas Leary, and Family, 16 Avoniel Street; also her Daughter and Son-in-law, Susan and Kenneth Gregg, and Family, 19 Tamery Street. Safe in the arms of Jesus, safe on His gentle breast.

ALLEN -- February 20,1955, at Hospital, ANNIE W., beloved wife of the late William Allen. -- Deeply regretted by her Daughter and Son-in-law, Ellen and Arthur Barker, and Grandchildren, 50 Boyne Square. Peacefully sleeping.

ALLEN -- February 20, 1955, at Hospital, ANNIE, beloved widow of the late Wm. Allen. -- Deeply regretted by her Brother-in-law and Sister-in-law, Sam and Caroline Allen, 14 Tamery St. At rest.

ALLEN -- February 20, 1955, at Hospital, ANNIE. Peace, perfect peace. -- Deeply regretted by her Sister-in-law and Family Circle, Minnie Allen, 19 Carlton St.

ALLEN -- The Officers and Members of Glenavy Chosen Few L.O.L. 1963 regret the death of the mother-in-law of their esteemed W.M., Br. David Frizzell, and tender deepest sympathy -- Herbert Baxter, D.M.

BATSON -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 42 Ulsterville Gardens, ADELAIDE, the dearly-loved wife of William Batson. House and funeral private. No flowers or letters, please.

BAXTER -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), HENRY ARTHUR. Funeral from his late residence, 7 Lawrence Hill, Londonderry, to City Cemetery to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, 22nd inst., at 11-30 o'clock. House private. -- Deeply regretted.

BEACOM -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), at Fermanagh County Hospital, Enniskillen, ELIZABETH BEACOM, widow of Thomas Beacom, Gubbaroo, Kesh. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2 p.m., from above hospital, via Irvinestown, to Ardess Parish Churchyard. -- Deeply regretted.

BINGHAM -- February 20, 1955, at Banbridge Hospital, JOHN JOSEPH BOYD, eldest son of the late Joseph and Margaret Bingham. Funeral from his residence, Drumnahare, Banbridge, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., to Loughbrickland Presbyterian Churchyard. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Brothers.

BLAIR -- February 20, 1955, at Hospital, SHEILA, darling baby daughter of Gordon and Audrey Blair, 9 Lawnbrook Avenue. Funeral from her grandparent's residence, 1a Azamar Street, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daddy and Mammy and Family Circle. She was a flower, just lent, not given.

BLAIR -- SHEILA, baby daughter of Gordon and Audrey Blair. -- Deeply regretted by her Grandfather, James Donaghey, and her Aunts, Betsy and Irene, 8 Olympia Street, Belfast.

BOTHWELL -- February 20, 1955, at Hospital, JOHN, beloved husband of the late Victoria Bothwell, 22 North Boundary St. Interment notice later. -- Deeply regretted.

CAMPBELL -- February 20, 1955, at her home, 12 Rosemount Gardens, Belfast, MARY CAMPBELL, in her 91st year. House and funeral strictly private.

CAMPBELL -- February 19, 1955, at his residence, Oldstone, Muckamore, ERSKINE CAMPBELL, in his 84th year, dearly-beloved husband of Rose Ann Campbell. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) at 11-30 a.m., to Antrim Cemetery. House private. No flowers. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family Circle. With Christ, which is far better. -- Phil. Chapter 1, verse 23.

CAMPBELL -- February 19, 1955, at his residence, Oldstone, Muckamore, ERSKINE CAMPBELL (in his 84th year), dearly-beloved husband of Rose Ann Campbell. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Brother, Samuel Campbell; also John, Samuel and Margaret Kyle, Market Square, Antrim.

CAMPBELL -- The Officers and Members of Diamond L.O.L. 1422 regret the death of the father of their highly-esteemed Member, Br. Harry Campbell, P.M., and grandfather of Br. Erskine Campbell, and tender sincere sympathy to all relatives. -- H. Taggart, W.M.

CAMPBELL -- The Officers and Sir Knights of Blakeley's Volunteers' R.B.P. 22 regret the death of the father of their highly esteemed Member and Registrar, Sir Kt. and Br. Harry Campbell, P.M., and tender sincere sympathy to all relatives. -- S. Jackson, W.M.

CAMPBELL -- The Officers and Members of Muckamore Memorial Flute Band regret the death of Mr. ERSKINE CAMPBELL, father of their highly esteemed Treasurer, Harry Campbell, and tender deepest sympathy. -- J. McCartney, Chairman.

COCHRANE -- February 20, 1955, at Ards Hospital, JOSEPH, dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth Cochrane. Funeral from his late residence, 108 Scrabo Road, Newtownards, to First Dromore Presbyterian Churchyard, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1 p.m., arriving at Dandycaps 2-45 p.m. approximately. House private. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family. Sleep on, beloved, sleep on and take your rest, lay down your head upon your Saviour's breast, we loved you well, but Jesus loved you best. Goodnight.

COCHRANE -- February 20, 1955, at Ards Hospital, JOSEPH, dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth Cochrane. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, Wesley and Elizabeth Cochrane, 18 North Green, Newtownards.

COCHRANE -- February 20, 1955, at Ards Hospital, JOSEPH, dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth H. Cochrane. -- Deeply regretted by all the Gracey Family.

COCHRANE -- February 20, 1955, at Newtownards Hospital, JOSEPH, dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth Cochrane. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Mother, Sisters, Brother, Brothers-in-law, and Sister-in-law, Ballynaris, Dromore.

COCHRANE -- The Officers and Members of Ballymacormick L.O.L. 793 deeply regret the death of their esteemed Member, Br. JOSEPH COCHRANE, brother of their worthy secretary, Robert Cochrane, and tender their deepest sympathy. Brethren are requested to attend funeral. Regalia to be worn. -- Richard McKelvey, W.M.

COLE -- February 16, 1955, at her residence, Colchester, Essex, TERESA, dearly-beloved wife of Frederick W. Cole. Interred at Colchester Cemetery to-day (Monday), 21st February, 1955. -- R.I.P. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and little Children, also Family Circle, 43 Spencer Street, Holywood.

COOPER -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Ghent Street, MARGARET, dearly-beloved wife of Alexander Cooper. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2-30 p.m., to City Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband, Son Bertie and Daughter-in-law Rene; also Granddaughter Mary. Sleeping in heavenly peace.

COOPER -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Ghent Street, MARGARET, dearly-beloved mother of Stanley Cooper. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, Daughter-in-law and Grandchild at 11 Penrith Street. Peace after suffering.

COOPER -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Ghent Street, MARGARET, dearly-beloved mother of Wesley Cooper. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, Daughter-in-law, Grandchildren and dear Friend, James Ferris, at 31 McCandless Street. With Christ, which is far better.

COOPER -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Ghent Street, MARGARET, dearly-beloved mother of Thomas Cooper. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, Daughter-in-law and Grandchildren, 17 Parkeston Crescent, Birmingham. At rest.

COOPER -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Ghent Street, MARGARET, dearly beloved mother of Joseph Cooper. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing son, Daughter-in-law and Grandchildren, 29 Frankley Beeches Road, Birmingham. Safe in the arms of Jesus.

COOPER -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Ghent Street, MARGARET, dearly-beloved mother of Alexander Cooper. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, Daughter-in-law and Grandchildren, Alexander and Edith, Nat and Sandra, 56 Joseph Street. Absent from the body, present with the Lord.

COOPER - February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Ghent Street, MARGARET, dearly-beloved mother of Henry Cooper. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, Daughter-in-law and Grandchildren, 25 Highpark Crescent. Thy will be done.

COOPER -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Ghent Street, MARGARET, dearly-beloved mother of Jean Spence. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter, Son-in-law and Grandchildren, Jean and John, 161 Cambrai Street. A loving mother, true and kind, missed by those she's left behind.

COOPER -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Ghent Street, MARGARET, dearly-beloved mother of Margaret Peacock. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law; also Grandchildren. Margaret and Roger, 44 Abetta Parade. At rest.

COOPER -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Ghent Street, MARGARET Cooper. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sisters, Elizabeth and Jeannie McDowell, 41 Kyle's Park, Bangor. Until the day break.

CORBETT -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, Ballylintagh, (Tuesday) at 3 p.m., to Anahilt Presbyterian Churchyard. House private. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Family.

COULTER -- February 20, 1955, at his residence, 9 Strathmore Park North, WILLIAM Coulter, J.P., husband of the late Sadie A. Coulter. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to Carnmoney Cemetery. No flowers please. -- Deeply regretted by his Son and Daughter-in-law, Leslie and Florence, and Grandchildren.

COWAN -- The Officers and Members of R.B.P. No. 440 regret the death of their highly-esteemed member, Sir Kt. T. COWAN, and tender deepest sympathy. -- S. Morrison, W.M.

COWAN -- The Officers and Members of the Apprentice Boys of Derry Browning Club, Belfast Branch, regret the death of their esteemed Member, Br. THOMAS Cowan, and tender to his wife and family their sincere sympathy. -- C. Thompson, B.E.M., Pres.

DAVIDSON -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, Knowehead, Ballyalbana (late of Glenwherry), MARTHA JANE, dearly-beloved wife of Robert Davidson. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 12 noon, to family burying-ground, Glenwherry. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and the Family Circle.

DAVIDSON -- The Officers and Members of Ballyeaston L.O.L. No. 420 regret the death of the mother of their esteemed Members, Brs. Robert, Samuel and George Davidson, and tender to them and relatives their deepest sympathy. -- P. Graham, W.M.

DAVIDSON -- The Officers and Sir Knights of Ballyeaston R.B.P. No. 1020 regret the death of the mother of their esteemed Sir Knights and Brothers, Robert, Samuel and George Davidson, and tender deepest sympathy. -- J. Kelly, W.M.

DILLON -- The Officers and Members of the Kitchener Memorial Pipe Band regret the death of the mother of their esteemed Member, T. Dillon, sen., and tender their deepest sympathy. -- T. Jackson, Chairman.

DORMAN -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 1 Lisburn Avenue, ELLEN, dearly-beloved wife of the late Robert Dorman. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) at 2-30 p.m., to Ballycairn. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son, Daughter-in-law and Grandchildren, Robert and Mabel Dorman.

DORMAN -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 1 Lisburn Avenue, ELLEN, dearly-beloved wife of the late Robert Dorman. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren, William E. and Doris Dorman, 11 Kimberley Drive.

DORMAN -- The Officers and Members of Joshua's Followers Temperance L.O.L. 514 regret the death of the mother of their highly-esteemed member, Br. Wm. Dorman, P.M., and tender their sincere sympathy. -- J. Calvert, W.M.

FERGUSON -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), at the Royal Victoria Hospital, JOHN, dearly-beloved husband of Nellie Ferguson. Funeral from his late residence, 44 Ohio Street, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to Dundrod Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his loving wife and son, Samuel, New Zealand.

FERGUSON -- February 20, 1955, JOHN, dearly-beloved father of John Ferguson. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing son and daughter-in-law, John and Winnie Ferguson, 17 Workman Avenue.

FERGUSON -- February 20, 1955, JOHN, dearly-beloved father of Mary Porter. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughter and son-in-law, Mary and Ronald Porter, and grandson Colin, 6 Hoylake Park.

FERGUSON -- February 20, 1955, JOHN, dearly-beloved father of Sadie Bankhead and dear grandfather of Mary and Sandra, 44 Ohio Street. -- Deeply regretted and sadly missed.

FERGUSON -- February 20, 1955, JOHN, dearly-beloved husband of Nellie Ferguson. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Hugh and Charlotte Steenson, and family, 10 Knockbreda Drive.

FERGUSON -- February 20, 1955, JOHN FERGUSON. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing brother-in-law, Robert Steenson.

FERGUSON -- February 20, 1955, JOHN, dearly-beloved husband of Nellie Ferguson. -- Deeply regretted by his loving friend, Thomas Mahon, 30 Broadbent Street.

FERGUSON -- The Officers and Members of No Surrender Dalzell Memorial L.O.L. No. 513 regret the death of their highly-esteemed Member Br. J. Ferguson, P.M., and extend to his wife and family sincere sympathy. -- D. Balmer, W.M.

FERGUSON -- The W.M. Officers and Brethren of the J. Creed Meredith Masonic Lodge No. 253 deeply regret the passing of their highly-esteemed Junior Warden, JOHN Ferguson, sen., and tender their deepest sympathy to his wife and family. Brethren are requested to attend the funeral. -- James Marsden, W.M.

FERGUSON -- The Foreman and Workers of James Mackie & Sons, Ltd., F.B.A. Dept., regret the death of their esteemed Colleague, JOHN Ferguson, and tender sincere sympathy to his family.

FERGUSON -- The Members of the Boilermakers' Belfast No. 5 Branch deeply regret the death of their esteemed member, Br. JOHN Ferguson, and tender their deepest sympathy. -- A. Johnston, Pres.

FOY -- The Officers and Members of Court Ward Municipal Unionist Association regret the death of the mother of their esteemed Members, Mrs. Barrow and Mrs. Burns, and mother-in-law of Mrs. H. Foy, and tender their sincere sympathy. -- J.N. Robinson, Chairman.

GAMBLE -- The Worshipful Master and Brethren of Rev. Samuel Cochrane Masonic Lodge No. 413 regret the death of their esteemed Foundation Member, W. Bro. G.W. GAMBLE, and tender their sincere sympathy to his relatives. -- W.C. Callender, W.M.

GOUGH -- The Officers and Members of the Ship Constructors' and Shipwrights' Association, Belfast "B" Branch, regret the death of their esteemed member, E. GOUGH (Rigger), and tender deepest sympathy. -- J. Best, President.

GRACIE -- February 18, 1955, at her residence, Ferryden Street, Glasgow, SARAH, dearly-beloved wife of the late J.H. Gracie. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), to Seagoe Churchyard, passing Church Road, Portadown, at approximately 10-30 a.m.

GRAHAM -- February 21, 1955, at Tyrone County Hospital, Omagh, ROBERT JOHN, loved husband of Kathleen Graham, Court House, Omagh. Funeral on Wednesday, 23rd inst., at 2 p.m. to Omagh Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family.

HAMILTON -- February 19, 1955 (suddenly), ALEXANDER, dearly-loved husband of Margaret Hamilton. Funeral from his residence, 53 Mineral Street, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to Carnmoney Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family; also family circle. Gone to be with Christ, which is far better.

HANNA -- February 21, 1955, at her residence, Bangor Demesne, ELIZABETH, dearly-beloved sister of George and Mary Hanna and Margaret Currell, The Cottown. Funeral on Wednesday, at 11 a.m., to Bangor Cemetery. No flowers, please. -- Very deeply regretted.

HENRY -- The Officers and Members of Victoria Unionist Association deeply regret the sudden passing of their highly-esteemed Chairman, Mr. VICTOR HENRY, and tender to his wife and son their profound sympathy. -- H. Gallagher, Hon. Secretary.

HENRY -- The Officers and Members of Cromac Unionist Association regret the death of the son of their esteemed Member, Councillor S.K. Henry, J.P. and extend to him and family their deepest sympathy. -- J. Murphy, Secretary.

HENRY -- The Officers and Members of 1137 Air Training Corp Sports and Welfare Committee regret the death of their esteemed Chairman, A.V. HENRY, and tender their sincere sympathy to his wife and family. -- A. Agnew, Hon. Secty.

HENRY -- The Committee and Members of Belmont Bowling Club tender their sincere sympathy to Mrs. Henry and family, of 249 Belmont Road, on the death of their respected member, Mr. VICTOR HENRY. -- R.H. Howard, President; W. Dickie, Hon. Secty.

HENRY -- The Officers and Members of the Saturday Morning Football League deeply regret the death of their esteemed President, Mr. A.V. HENRY, and extend their deepest sympathy to his relatives. -- E. Campbell, Chairman.

HETHERINGTON -- February 20, 1955, at his daughter's residence, Mussenstown, Carnmoney, EDWARD, husband of the late Elizabeth Hetherington. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to Ballylinney. -- Deeply regretted by the sorrowing Family Circle.

HUMPHREYS -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 27 Torrens Drive, SARAH JANE, dearly-beloved wife of Thomas H. Humphreys. House and funeral private. No flowers or letters, please. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing husband.

JACKSON -- Officers and Sir Knights of Ardmillan R.B.P. No. 445 regret the death of the brother of their esteemed Member, Sir Kt. ANDREW R. JACKSON, and tender sincere sympathy. -- James Rodgers, Reg.

JOHNSTON -- February 20, 1955, at his residence, Haw Hill, Innishargie, Kircubbin, HUGH, dearly-beloved husband of Agnes J. Johnston. Funeral to Kircubbin Presbyterian Churchyard, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m. House private. -- Very deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family. At Home with the Lord.

JOHNSTON -- February 19,1955, at his residence, Myvista, Blaris Road, Lisburn, THOMAS J., dearly-beloved husband of Ruth Johnston. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m., to Blaris. House private. No flowers, please. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family.

JOHNSTON -- The Members of Legacurry Pipe Band regret the death of the father of their highly-esteemed member, Ernest Johnston, and tender deepest sympathy. -- F. Walker, Secretary.

KIRKPATRICK -- February 19, 1955 (suddenly), at 2 Kensington Drive, Knock, MARY, widow of John Kirkpatrick. Service at The Hall, 131 Templemore Avenue, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m. Funeral leaving at 2-45 p.m., for Carnmoney Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted.

KIRKPATRICK -- February 19, 955, at her residence, 2 Kensington Drive, MARY. -- Deeply regretted by her brothers, John and Thomas Meharry; also sisters-in-law, nephews and nieces, 28 Dunvegan St. and 2 Ravenscroft St.

LILLIE -- February 21, 1955, JOHN, beloved husband of Mary Lillie, 48 Spring Street. Funeral arrangements later. -- Deeply regretted.

LUNDY -- February 21, 1955, at his residence, 7 Cadogan Street, WILLIAM GWYNN, beloved husband of Maud Lundy. Interment notice later. -- Deeply regretted.

MAGINNES -- The Officers and Members of Prospect R.B.P. No. 1011 regret the death of the mother of their esteemed Member, Sir Kt. R. Maginnes, and tender their deepest sympathy. -- J.B. McVeigh, W.M.

MAHAFFY -- February 21, 1955, at her daughter's residence, 54 Sloan Street, Lurgan, ELIZABETH, widow of John Mahaffy. Funeral on Wednesday, at 2-30 p.m., to the family burying-ground, Shankill.

MONROE -- Officers and Members of Belgravia L.O.L. 1079 extend deepest sympathy to their esteemed W.M. Br. Robert Monroe, on the death of his father. -- A. Copeland, D.M.

MONROE - Officers and Members of Belgravia R.B.P. 1039 extend deepest sympathy to their esteemed Member of Committee, Sir Kt. Robert Monroe, on the death of his father. -- D. Orr, W.M.

MULHOLLAND -- February 19, 1955 (suddenly), at her residence, 31 Sandymount, Gransha Road, Bangor, MARY ANN, dearly-beloved wife of Henry Mulholland. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to Bangor Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing husband and family circle.

MOORE -- The neighbours of Windsor St. deeply regret the death of their neighbour, Mr. ROBERT MOORE, and tender deepest sympathy to his wife and family.

MOUTRAY -- February 21, 1955, at her son's residence, 28 Evolina St., MARY, widow of Alexander Moutray. Interment notice later. -- Deeply regretted.

MULLEN -- The Officers and Members of the Apprentice Boys of Derry Browning Club, Bloomfield Temperance Branch, deeply regret the death of the brother of their esteemed Member, Br. William Mullen, and tender sincere sympathy. -- S. Price, Pres.

McBURNEY -- February 21, 1955, at her residence, 241 Ligoniel Road, CHARLOTTE, beloved wife of John McBurney. Interment notice later. -- Very deeply regretted by the family circle.

McCLURE -- February 19, 1955, (suddenly), at the Royal Victoria Hospital, ROBERT, son of the late Robert and Susan J. McClure. Funeral from above hospital, at 2 p.m., to-morrow (Tuesday) to Carnmoney. -- Deeply regretted.

McCLURE -- The Committee and Members of Dunmurry Old People's Club regret the sudden death of their highly-esteemed Member, ROBERT McCLURE, and tender deepest sympathy. -- R. Maxwell, Pres.

McCLURE -- The Officers and Members of the Naval Branch, British Legion, regret the death of their esteemed Member, Comrade ROBERT McCLURE. Members are requested to attend funeral. -- James Barton, D.S.M., Chairman.

McCLURE -- The Committee, Members and Players of Dunmurry Recreation and Football Club regret the death of their esteemed member, ROBERT McCLURE, and tender their sincere sympathy. -- R. Green, Chairman.

McCUTCHEON -- February 20, 1955, at 2 Deramore Avenue, Belfast, MARGARET, widow of Robert K. McCutcheon (late of The Spa, Ballynahinch). Service in the Meeting Room, 285a Ormeau Road, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10-30 a.m. Funeral leaving at 11-15 for Knockbreda. Present with the Lord.

McDOWELL -- February 21, 1955, at her residence, 34 Rainey Street, ISABELLA, widow of the late Robert McDowell. Funeral from above address on Wednesday, at 2 p.m., to City Cemetery. House private. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing daughter and son-in-law; also little granddaughter. At rest.

McEWEN -- The Officers and Members of York L.O.L. 145 regret the death of the father of their esteemed Members, Brs. John and Ernest McEwen, and tender their deepest sympathy. -- A.H. Storey, W.M.

McGEAGH -- February 21, 1955, at City Hospital, ELIZABETH, dearly-beloved sister of Celia McGeagh, 5 Coolbeg Street. Interment notice later.

McINTYRE -- February 20, 1955, at his residence, Drumlanth, Castledawson, GEORGE, beloved husband of Rachel Margaret McIntyre. Funeral to Castledawson Presbyterian Churchyard, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.m. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing family.

McKAY -- February 21, 1955, at Kilwarlin House, Hillsborough, JOHN McKAY, late of Priesthill, Annacloy, Hillsborough. Funeral on Wednesday, 23rd, to Blaris Cemetery, preceded by service in Hillsborough Presbyterian Church at 3 p.m. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing sisters, I. Patterson, Bangor, and L. Johnston, Florida, U.S.A.

McKEE -- The Officers and Members of L.O.L. and R.A.P.C No. 1327 regret the death of the father of their esteemed Member, Br. A. McKee, and tender deepest sympathy. -- W. Wiggins, W.M.; A. Lambe, W.M.

McMORDIE -- February 21, 1955, at his residence, Ballyeaston, JAMES McMORDIE. -- Deeply regretted by his nephew, David McMordie; wife and family, 189 Ballynure Road, Ballyclare.

McMORDIE -- February 21, 1955, at his residence, Ballyeaston, JAMES McMORDIE. Funeral on Wednesday, 23rd inst., at 2 p.m. to Second Ballyeaston burying-ground. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing sisters, Susan and Mary.

McMORDIE -- February 21, 1955, at his residence, Ballyeaston, JAMES McMORDIE, for over 40 years the faithful and devoted employee of William Lusk, Ballyalbana, Ballyclare. -- Deeply regretted by the Lusk family.

McTRUSTRY -- February 19, 1955 (suddenly), at her parents' residence, 8 Arkwright Street, JEAN, dearly-beloved infant daughter of Bertie and Pearl McTrustry. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to City Cemetery. -- Very deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daddy, Mammy and little brothers, grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins. Another gem in the Saviour's crown.

NEILL -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), at his residence, 40 Gilford Road, Lurgan, WILLIAM NEILL, D.C.M. and Bar (ex-Head Constable, U.S.C., beloved husband of Emily Neill. Funeral on Wednesday, at 2-30 p.m., to the New Cemetery. -- Deeply mourned by his sorrowing wife and daughters; Olive and Miriam. I was sinking deep in sin, but love lifted me.

NEILL -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), at his residence, 40 Gilford Road, Lurgan, WILLIAM NEILL, D.C.M. and Bar (ex-Head Constable, U.S.C.), beloved husband of Emily Neill. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth and Fred Woods; also grandsons, Billy and George, granddaughter Winifred, and three great-grandsons, 121 Ormeau Road, Belfast. At Home with the Lord.

NEILL -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), at his residence, 40 Gilford Road, Lurgan, WILLIAM NEILL, D.C.M and Bar (ex-Head Constable, U.S.C.), beloved husband of Emily Neill. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing son and daughter-in-law, Teddy and Rose Neill, also grandson, Michael, and granddaughter Myra, Scotland. He hath seen, the King in His beauty.

NEILL -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), at his residence, 40 Gilford Road, Lurgan, WILLIAM NEILL, D.C.M. and Bar (ex-Head Constable U.S.C.), beloved husband of Emily Neill. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughter and son-in-law, May and Norman Gardiner, and grandson Terry, Main Street, Moira. With Christ, which is far better.

NEILL -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), at his residence, 40 Gilford Road, Lurgan, WILLIAM NEILL, D.C.M. and Bar (ex-Head Constable, U.S.C.), beloved husband of Emily Neill. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughter and son-in-law, Annie and Stanley Metcalfe, and grandsons, Paul and Darragh, 26 Queen's Place, Lurgan. Gone to be with his Saviour, whom he loved and served so well.

NEILL -- February 21, 1955, at her residence, Tullynacree, Annacloy, Downpatrick, JANE, widow of James Neill. Funeral on Wednesday, 23rd, at 2 p.m., to Downpatrick Meeting House Green. House private. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing family.

NEILL -- February 21, 1955, at her residence, Tullynacree, Annacloy, Downpatrick, JANE, widow of James Neill. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing sisters and brother, Lisban, Saintfield.

NESBITT -- February 20, 1955, at his residence, Rosemount, Milltown Street, Warrenpoint, HARRY, dearly-loved husband of Emily A. Nesbitt. House and funeral strictly private.

NESBITT -- The Officers and Members of Warrenpoint Protestant Social Club regret the death of the father of their esteemed Members, Jim and Eric Nesbitt, and tender their deepest sympathy. -- W.S. Gibson, Chairman.

PARK -- February 21,1955, at hospital, AGNES IRENE, dear wife of Reginald E. Park, 414 Upper Newtownards Road. House private. Funeral on Wednesday, at 3 p.m., to Knockbreda Cemetery.

QUEE -- February 20, 1955, at his daughter's residence, 36 Jackson's Road, Holywood, ROBERT, beloved husband of the late Ellen Quee. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to Holywood Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing son, daughter-in-law and family, 15 The Green, Holywood. Gone to be with his loved ones.

QUEE -- February 20, 1955, at his son-in-law's residence, 36 Jackson's Road, Holywood, ROBERT, the dearly-loved husband of the late Ellen Quee. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to Holywood Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren.

QUEE -- February 20, 1955, at his son-in-law's residence, 36 Jackson's Road, Holywood, ROBERT, the dearly-loved husband of the late Ellen Quee. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing son, daughter-in-law and family circle, 20 Woodlands, Holywood.

QUEE -- February 20, 1955, at his daughter's residence, 36 Jackson's Road, Holywood, ROBERT, beloved husband of the late Ellen Quee. -- Deeply regretted by his son, Alec, wife Elizabeth, and family, 2 Killips Place, Holywood. At rest.

QUEE -- February 20, 1955, at his daughter's residence, 36 Jackson's Road, ROBERT, beloved husband of the late Ellen Quee. -- Deeply regretted by his granddaughter June, husband Billy and family, 24 Jackson's Road, Holywood.

RITCHIE -- February 19, 1955, at Hospital, ROBERT J. RITCHIE, late of 2 Winchester Street. Funeral from his niece's residence, 38 Matchett Street, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to Carnmoney Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing nieces and nephews.

ROBINSON -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 31 Greenwell Street, Newtownards, ELIZABETH, widow of the late William Robinson. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to Movilla Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing family.

ROSS -- February 20, 1955, at his residence, The Sconce, Macosquin, Coleraine, JAMES ROSS. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to St. Paul's Churchyard, Articlave. -- Deeply regretted.

RUSSELL -- February 20, 1955, at his home, Ballyedward, Magheramorne, WILLIAM BAILIE RUSSELL B.A. Service in Magheramorne Presbyterian Church to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1-30 p.m. Funeral afterwards to Duneane. House private.

RUSSELL -- The W.M., Wardens and Brethren of Red Hall Masonic Lodge NO. 260 deeply regret the passing of their esteemed Very Worshipful Brother, W. BAILIE RUSSELL, B.A. Brethren are requested to attend the funeral. -- J.C.J. Adair, W.M.

RUSSELL -- The Worshipful Master and Brethren of Rev. Samuel Cochrane Masonic Lodge No. 413 regret the death of their esteemed Member and Foundation Secretary, V.W. Bro. W. BAILIE RUSSELL, B.A., and tender their sincere sympathy to his relatives. -- W.C. Callendar, W.M.

RUSSELL -- The E.K. Council and Companions of St. Andrew's R.A.C. No. 1012 regret the death of their Foundation Member, E.Comp. W. BAILIE RUSSELL, B.A., and tender their deepest sympathy to his family in their bereavement. -- K.A. MacCormack, B.Sc., E.K.

RUSSELL -- The E.K. Council and Companions of Red Hall R.A.C. No. 260 deeply regret the passing of their Foundation Member, V.E. Comp, W. BAILIE RUSSELL, B.A. Companions are requested to attend funeral. -- Samuel McC. McCalmont, E.K.

RUSSELL -- The Preceptor and Brethren of Cliftonville Preceptory No. 413 regret the death of their last Foundation Member, Ex. Sir Kt. W. BAILIE RUSSELL, B.A., and tender their deepest sympathy to his widow and family. -- T. Craig, E.P.

RUSSELL -- The E.C. and Sir Knights of Shaftesbury Council of Knight Masons No. 2 deeply regret the death of Ex. Sir Kt. W. BAILIE RUSSELL, B.A., and tender to his widow and family their respectful sympathy. -- Wm, McIlwain, P.C., Scribe.

STEWART -- February 21, 1955, at Lisburn Hospital, ELIZABETH ANN, widow of Edward Stewart (late of Church Street, Lisburn). Funeral from above Hospital on Wednesday, at 2 p.m., to Lisburn Cemetery. House private. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing daughter Charlotte Wilson; also grandson and wife, and great-grandchildren, Englishtown, Maze, Lisburn.

THOMPSON -- February 20, 1955, at her residence, 38 Brook Park, Ballymena, ISABELLA THOMPSON. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to Ballymena Cemetery. House private. -- Deeply regretted.

THOMPSON -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), at his residence, 40 Bridge Street, Lisburn, WILLIAM THOMPSON. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3 p.m., to Lisburn Cemetery. -- Deeply regretted by the family circle at home and abroad. Gone to join other loved ones.

THOMPSON -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), at his residence, 40 Bridge Street, Lisburn, FREDERICK WILLIAM THOMPSON. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Louie and Stewart Topping, and family, 12 Windsor Avenue, Lisburn.

THOMPSON -- February 20, 1955 (suddenly), at his residence, 40 Bridge Street, Lisburn, FREDERICK WILLIAM THOMPSON. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Lily and William Crawford, and family, 39 Grove Street, Low Road, Lisburn.

THOMPSON -- The Officers and Members of North and South Ireland L.O.L. 1101 regret the death of the father of their esteemed member, Br. Edward Thompson, and tender their sincere sympathy. -- John Cullen, W.M.

THOMPSON -- The Officers and Members of Horseshoe Social and Dart Club regret the death of the father of their esteemed member, Edward Thompson, and uncle of Edward McClenaghan, and tender sincere sympathy. -- Samuel Hamilton, Secty.

WILSON -- February 19, 1955, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, WILLIAM JOHN, beloved husband of Martha Wilson, 111 Edinburgh Street. House and funeral strictly private. No flowers, please. -- Very deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and the family at home and abroad. At rest.

WYLIE -- February 20, 1955, at his residence, Graham Cottage, Upper Ballysillan, JAMES ALEXANDER, husband of the late Rachel Wylie. -- R.I.P. Funeral from his residence to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to family burying-ground, Greencastle. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing sons, daughters, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, and grandchildren.

WYLIE -- February 20, 1955, at the residence of her aunt, Mrs. Devenny, Anchorville, Edward Road, Whitehead, Co. Antrim, MARY (MAISIE), nee Meneely, dearly-loved wife of Cecil Ormsby Wylie. Funeral from above address to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2-30 p.m., to North Road Cemetery, Carrickfergus. House private. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing husband, son and twin daughters.

WYLIE -- February 20, 1955, at the residence of her aunt, Mrs. Devenny, Anchorville, Edward Road, Whitehead, Co. Antrim, MARY (MAISIE), nee Meneely, dearly-beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Meneely, 6 Adelaide Avenue, Whitehead. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing father, mother, brothers and sisters-in-law and niece, Thomas, Dorothy and Marie and Bobby and Estella.

WYLIE -- February 20, 1955, at the residence of her aunt, Mrs. Devenny, Anchorville, Edward Road, Whitehead, Co. Antrim, MARY (MAISIE), nee Meneely, dearly-loved daughter-in-law of Mrs. Mary Wylie, 81 Botanic Avenue, Belfast. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing mother-in-law, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces and nephews.

WYLIE -- February 20, 1955, at the residence of her aunt, Mrs. Devenny, Anchorville, Edward Road, Whitehead, County Antrim, MARY (MAISIE), nee Meneely, dearly-loved wife of Cecil Ormsby Wylie. -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Devenny, Royal Hotel, Whitehead.

WYLIE -- The Proprietress, Mrs. M.T. Kenny, and staff of The Grand Hotel, The Promenade, Whitehead, County Antrim, regret the death of the wife of Mr. C.O. Wylie, and niece of Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Devenny, and tender their deepest sympathy to the bereaved families.

WYLIE -- The Management and staff of the Royal Hotel, Whitehead, Co. Antrim, regret the death of the wife of their colleague, Mr. C.O. Wylie, and niece of their employers, Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Devenny, and tender their deepest sympathy to the bereaved families.

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CAMPBELL -- Officers and Members of Murray Club Apprentice Boys of Derry, Antrim Branch, desire to extend their sincere sympathy to Br. Henry Campbell, Past-President, on the death of his father. -- Alexander Fleming, Pres.

JACKSON -- February 21, 1955 (suddenly), at 49 Whiterock Gardens, WILLIAM PATRICK JACKSON, beloved husband of Colletia Jackson. -- R.I.P. Prayer: Jesus, have mercy. -- Deeply regretted by his sorrowing brother Francis, sister-in-law and family, Birmingham; also his sorrowing sister, Margaret T. Jackson, 5 Keenan St., Belfast.

Thanks

The sisters and friend (William Spence) of the late WILLIAM CROSSEN wish to thank all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially Rev. Dr. Hall, Dr. Emerson; also friend, B. Earnshaw, Mrs. Govan and her daughter Margaret, the neighbours of Derwent Street; also those who sent letters of condolence and floral tributes, and those who attended the funeral. Hoping this will be accepted by all -- 93 Derwent Street.

Mrs. Davidson would like to return her sincere thanks to the neighbours and friends and district nurse for their kindness to the late CATHERINE FERRON.

The husband and family of the late ROBINA HAMILTON wish to thank all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially the neighbours of Derry Street, the Harbour Power Station Social and Dart Club, Ormeau Military Band, Mackie's Core Bench, the New Northern Spinning and Weaving Co. Charters Branch, Foreman of Room No. 4; also all those who sent floral tributes, called personally and attended the funeral. Hoping this acknowledgement will be accepted by all. - 23 Derry Street.

The wife and family, also the father and sister, of the late WILLIAM LEWIS (BILLIE) wish to return their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their sad and sudden bereavement; Esso Petroleum Co. Ltd., and their agents at Gibraltar and London, and Mr. C. McMullen, Belfast Agent, for arranging burial of deceased; Captain and crew, m.v. Canon-Beach; also doctors and nurse, Dawn Ward Hospital; Rev. Mr. Torrie and Mr. Dines, Port Missioner, Flying Angel, Gibraltar, for their kindness; also the Official Seamen's Union, Belfast; Rev. Mr. Thompson, College Square Girl's Club, and the neighbours of Malt Street and district for their kindness; also Mrs. Cooke, of Melville's for her help. For all letters and all who called at the house. Their kindness will never be forgotten. -- 36 Malt Street, Belfast.

The family circle of the late JOHN LIGHTBODY wish to thank all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, those who sent letters of condolence, and all who attended the funeral. Trusting this acknowledgement will be accepted by all. -- 38 Wilgar Street.

The Family Circle of the late JEAN McILWAINE wish to thank all kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence; to those who attended the funeral; also the Archdeacon McDonald, who officiated at the graveside; Rev. Mr. Lyndon, Dr. Laurence, the Directors and staff of Anderson and McAuley, Limited, for their devoted attention. Trusting this acknowledgement will be accepted by all. -- 22 Mervue Street.

The wife and family of the late ROBERT McKITTRICK wish to thank all friends who sent cards, letters and telegrams in their recent bereavement; also the members of Fenton's Invincibles' L.O.L. 1104 for their floral tribute. Hoping this will be accepted by all. -- 67 Clifford St., Ibrox, Glasgow, and Randalstown.

The Wife and Family Circle of the late JAMES C. PALMER wish to express their sincere thanks to all those kind friends who sympathised with them in their sad bereavement, especially to Mrs. Fortune for her wonderful attention, and to those who sent floral tributes, and all others who helped in any way. Trusting this acknowledgement will be accepted by all. -- 111 Lawnbrook Avenue.

The Wife and Sons of the late WALTER ALEXANDER McC. REA wish to thank most sincerely all kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially Rev. T. M. McMaster and Rev. F. McBrien; also Masonic Lodges Nos. 422 and 312, R.A.C. No. 441 and Council No. 45; also friends of Knockbreda Methodist Church, kind neighbours, and all those who sent floral tributes, telegrams and letters of condolence. Hoping this expression of thanks will be accepted by all as it would be impossible to thank each one individually. -- 47 Mount Merrion Park.

The Family of the late SARAH M. REID wish to thank all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement; those who sent floral tributes, letters and telegrams of condolence, and all those who called personally at the home and attended the funeral. Hoping this acknowledgement will be accepted by all. -- 13 Worcester Terrace, Chamberlain Street.

The Family of the late ELIZABETH STEVENSON wish to thank the relatives and friends who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement, especially those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence, and all who attended the funeral. Hoping this acknowledgement will be accepted by all. -- 23 Hopewell Street.

The relatives of the late WILLIAM SOMMERVILLE wish to thank all the kind friends and neighbours who sympathised with them during their recent sad bereavement, especially Canon C. H. P. Lyndon, Dr. Wm. Wilson, and all those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence, and those who attended funeral. Hoping this acknowledgement will be accepted by all. -- 42 Mountcollyer Avenue.

The Wife and Family of the late WILLIAM McDOWELL WATT wish to convey their sincere thanks to all those who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially Mr. Cassidy, Dr. H. Rollicks, Mr. Cooke, and neighbours. -- 58 Benburb Street.

Roll Of Honour.

IN MEMORIAM.

McCONKEY -- In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Sgt. HUGH McCONKEY, R.A.F., died (result of accident in England) 21st February, 1945. -- Ever remembered by his loving father, mother and all the family circle, 3 Firdale Cottages, Greenisland. Death divides, but memories cling.

In Memoriam.

ALLEN -- In loving memory of my dear mother, died 20th February, 1954. -- Ever remembered by her loving son and daughter-in-law, Joe and Ethel; also her grandchildren, Desmond and Rodney, 17 Killeaton Park, Derriaghy. Sweet are the memories of one whom we loved dear.

BARRY -- In loving memory of my dear sister, JEANIE, who died on the 21st February, 1953. -- Ever remembered by her loving sister, Isabella McKinney, 44 Cheviot Avenue. Time changes many things, but not the memory this day brings.

BAXTER -- In loving memory of my dear brother, HERBERT, died 21st February, 1954; also my dear mother, died 8th March, 1948. -- Ever remembered by his loving brother, sister-in-law and family, James and Rose Baxter, 26 Moltke Street. Not just to-day, but every day, in silence we remember.

BAXTER -- In loving memory of my dear brother, HARBERT, died 21st February, 1954; also my dear mother, died 8th March, 1943. -- Always remembered by his loving sister and brother-in-law, Jean and James Arlow; also nephew, Alex Doyle, 12 Hunter Street. Another leaf in memory's book is gently turned to-day.

BAXTER -- In loving memory of my dear brother, HERBERT, died 21st February, 1954; also my dear mother, died 8th March, 1943. -- Always remembered by his loving sister, brother-in-law and family, Elizabeth and Joseph Belshaw, 23 Hunter Street. Their presence we miss, their memory we cherish.

BERKELEY -- In loving memory of my husband, SAMUEL, died 20th February, 1947. -- 47 Knockdene Park, Knock, Belfast.

BRYANS -- (Fifth Anniversary) -- Treasured memories of CECIL, my dear husband and daddy of Jim and Lorraine. Always in our thoughts. -- 31a The Straight, Cregagh.

BRYANS -- Memories to-day and always, dear son. -- Mums, 19 Century St.

BRYANS -- CECIL, darling brother of Gladys and Pat, Hong Kong.

CLARKE -- In loving memory of my dear husband, HUGH, died 21st February, 1954. -- Sadly missed by his loving wife and family, 1 Sixth Street. Peacefully sleeping.

CRAWFORD -- In loving memory of my dear husband and my dear father, died 21st February, 1950. -- Ever remembered by his wife and daughter, Eva, 14 Doagh Road, Ballyclare. Time may pass, but memory lingers on.

CRAWFORD -- In loving memory of my dear father, who died 21st February, 1950. -- Ever remembered by his loving daughter and son-in-law, 77 Main St., Ballyclare. Life moves on but memories stay.

CROFT -- Cherished memories of our dear friend, JOE, died 21st February, 1953. -- Remembered always by his friends, Elizabeth and Henry Hodgen, Donaghadee.

DAVIDSON -- In loving memory of our dear son, JOE, who departed this life on the 21st February, 1952. -- Ever remembered by his loving father, mother and all the family circle, 33 Avoniel Road. Behind a smile there's many a tear for one we lost and loved so dear.

ELLISON -- In loving memory of our dear father, who died 20th February, 1953. Though absent, you are always near, still loved, still missed, and ever dear. -- Always remembered by all the family circle, Moneyreagh, Belfast.

GILMORE (NEE CUNNINGHAM) -- In loving memory of my dear daughter and our dear sister, JEANNIE, who died 21st February, 1952. -- Ever remembered by her loving mother, brothers, sisters, and family circle, also her wee son, Harry, 4 Liffey Street. Although we smile and seem carefree, no one misses her more than we.

GORDON -- Loving memories of mother, died 21st February, 1952. -- Always remembered by the family circle at home and abroad. Absent yet ever near.

GORDON -- In loving memory of my loving mother, ELIZABETH GORDON, died 21st February, 1954; also father, 5th September, 1945. Safe within the heavenly mansions, anchored on that peaceful shore; in the loving arms of Jesus, rest, dear mother, evermore. -- Samuel Gordon, 12 Little Grosvenor Street.

GORDON -- In loving memory of dear mother, called Home 21st February, 1954; also father, 5th September, 1945. -- Ever remembered by their loving daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth and Henry Forsythe, and grandchildren, Gate Lodge, Botanic Gardens.

HAIRE -- Cherished memories of a dear wife and mother, SARAH HAIRE, died 21st February, 1950. -- Very sadly missed by husband and son Jim. Always remembered.

HAMILL -- Treasured collections of a loving mother, called Home 21st February, 1950. -- Will always be remembered by Aggie and Johnnie, 100 Rutherglen Street.

HARRIS -- In loving memory of my dear mother, who died 21st February, 1942. -- Always remembered by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Mary and John Rotermundt; also granddaughter Pat, 28 Auburn Street. God has you in His keeping, but we have you in our hearts.

HUGHES -- In loving remembrance of my dear wife and our dear mother, SUSAN HUGHES, who died 21st February, 1951. -- Always remembered by her husband and family, The Point and The Bungalows, Portavogie.

JOHNSTON -- In loving memory of my dear husband, GEORGE, called Home 21st February, 1954. -- Always remembered by his loving wife Mary, and his sons, Willie and Samuel, 2 Daisymount, Dundonald.

LISTER -- Dearest memories of father, called Home 21st February, 1952. -- Always remembered by his loving son Albert and daughter-in-law Emma, also granddaughter Elizabeth, 10d Rathcoole Drive. We watched you suffer, we watched you sigh, all we could do was just stand by, when the time came for us to part, we watched you die with broken hearts.

LISTER -- Loving memories of our dear parents, father, died 21st February, 1952; mother, died April 30, 1941. -- Always remembered by their loving son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren; also daughter Phyllis and grandchildren, 41 Sixth St.

MALTMAN -- In fond and loving memory of our dear mother, who died February 20, 1940. -- Always remembered by her loving son and daughter, James and Maud, 279 Ormeau Road.

MILLAR -- In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, PETER MILLAR, who passed away on 21st February, 1951. February brings sad memories, of a loved one gone to rest; those who think of you to-day, are those who loved you best. -- Ever remembered by his loving wife and son at home, Cloughmills; also sons, Willie, George and families, Lisburn and Coagh.

MOORE -- In loving memory of our dear mother, MARIA, who departed this life 21st February, 1943. -- Remembered always by her loving family, 82 Soudan St. Sweet is the word remembrance, dear is the one who is gone; in memory we will always keep her just as the years roll on.

McCONNELL -- Treasured memories of my friend, TOM, called Home 20th February, 1953. There is no parting from the one I loved, no distance can divide; for each day in memory's garden, we still walk side by side. -- Always remembered by his pal Billy and friends in Newtownards.

McKEE -- In loving memory of my dear mother, died 22nd February, 1953; also father, died 7th April, 1947. -- Always remembered by their loving daughter and son-in-law, Ethel and Samuel Shaw, also their grandsons, Jack and Samuel, 59 Killowen Street. Dearer to me than words can tell, the mother and father I lost and loved so well.

McKEOWN -- In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, FREDERICK, called Home 21st February, 1954. -- Always remembered by his loving wife and family, 14 Fife Street. At Home with the Lord.

McKINLEY -- In loving memory of our dear brother, JAMES, died 21st February, 1953. -- Ever remembered by his loving brother and sister, John and Elizabeth; also Aunt Martha, 32 Oberon St. A smiling face, a heart of gold, to us his memory will never grow old.

McKINLEY -- Loving memories of our dear brother, JAMES, died 21st February, 1953. -- Ever remembered by his loving sisters, Margaret and Sadie; also brothers-in-law, nephews and nieces. His presence we miss, his memory we cherish.

McMILLAN -- Cherished memories of my darling daughter, SUSANNAH, called Home 21st February, 1954. -- Lovingly remembered and longed for always by her loving mother and auntie, 54 Duncairn Gardens. Malachi iii, 17.

McROBERTS -- Cherished memories of BILLY, died 21st February, 1953. -- Always remembered by his loving family, 113 Henderson Avenue. Death divides only to reunite in death.

PEEL -- Cherished memories of my dear husband JAMES (JIM), died 21st February, 1953. -- Always remembered by his loving wife Olive, 46 Rathmore St. It's sad to walk the road alone, instead of side by side, but to all there comes the moment when the waves divide.

PEEL -- In loving memory of my dear brother, JIM, who died 21st February, 1953. -- Always remembered by his loving brother and sister-in-law, Elias and Margaret Peel, and family, 45 Redcliffe Drive. What happy days we did enjoy, when we were altogether, now our thoughts are in the grave, fond memories live for ever.

REA -- In loving memory of my dear mother, SARAH JANE, who died 21st February, 1953. -- Ever remembered by her loving son, daughter-in-law, and grandson. -- 84 Main Street, Shrigley.

RICHMOND -- In loving memory of my dear mother, who departed this life 20th February, 1953. -- Sadly missed by her loving daughter and granddaughters, Susan McBride, 2 Wood End, Holywood. Life nor death shall us dissever.

STEWART -- Cherished memories of a devoted husband and father, JOHN M. STEWART, died 20th February, 1952. -- Still living in our hearts. -- Whispering Pines, Knockbreda, Cregagh, Belfast.

SOWNEY -- Cherished memories of a dear husband and father, died 21st February, 1954. -- Ever remembered by his loving wife and daughter, 30 Baden Powell Street; also daughter, son-in-law and grandchildren, 12 Barnagh Park, Donaghadee. Always in our thoughts.

SOWNEY -- In loving memory of my dear father, GEORGE, died 21st February, 1954. -- Always remembered by his son and daughter-in-law, Jerry and Meg, and grandchildren, 68 Woodlane, Lurgan.

TURNBULL -- In loving memory of our dearly-beloved sister, MARGARET, who passed away 21st February, 1953. -- Ever remembered by her loving sisters and brothers, and family circle, 12 Parkgate Avenue. Without farewell she fell asleep, leaving sweet memories for us to keep.

WALLACE -- In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, DAVID W., died 20th February, 1951. -- Always remembered by his loving wife and family circle at home and abroad, 12 Orby Grove, Belfast. Ever in our thoughts.

WILSON -- Treasured memories of my darling daughter, MARY, called Home 20th February, 1948. -- Sadly missed by her loving mother and family circle, Carryduff and Orpen Park. Growing in the upper garden, flowers the earth so rudely pressed, in that land have reached perfection, by the Heavenly Gardener dressed.

WINTERS -- In loving memory of my dear wife, MARION, died 20th February, 1954. -- Sadly missed by her loving husband and son, William, 40 Saunders Street. Sweet are the memory's so silently kept of the wife and mother we loved and will never forget.

WINTERS -- In loving memory of MARION, died 20th February, 1954. -- Sadly missed by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Nan and William Gallagher, and family, 38 Saunders Street. No one can hurt or harm her now, she is in God's keeping.

WINTERS -- In loving memory of MARION. -- Ever remembered by her loving friends, Mr. and Mrs. Watson, and family, 33 Saunders Street.

 

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