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The following collection of extracts were taken from various paper clippings so there is no exact source to reference but were possible assumed dates are given.

Deaths

Adams -- March, 4, 1955 (suddenly), at a Private Nursing Home, Margaret, dearly loved wife of A.S.G. Adams, of 15 Malone Hill Park, Belfast. House and funeral strictly private. No flowers or letters. please.

Alexander -- March, 4, 1955, at Hospital, Downpatrick, Robert, beloved son of the late John and Eliza Jane Alexander. Funeral from his late residence, Irish Street, Killyleagh, to-morrow (Sunday) at 3 p.m., to Killyleagh Meeting House Green. House private -- Deeply regretted by the Family Circle.

Alexander -- The President and Members of Killyleagh Branch Apprentice Boys of Derry regret the death of the uncle of their esteemed Members, Brs. A. Hunsdale and A. McBride, and tender their deepest sympathy. Members are requested to attend the funeral -- W. J. Jess, President.

Alexander -- The Officers and Members of Killyleagh L.O.L. and R.A.P.C. 549 and Band regret the death of Mr. R. Alexander, uncle of their esteemed Members Brs. A. Hunsdale and A. McBride, and extend their deepest sympathy. Brethren are requested to attend funeral -- W. J. Jess, W.M.

Alexander -- The Officers and Members of Killyleagh R.B.P. 50 regret the death of the uncle of their esteemed Members Sir Kts. A. Hunsdale and A. McBride, and extend their sincere sympathy. Sir Knights are requested to attend the funeral -- S. Osborne, W.M.

Anderson -- March, 4, 1955, at Hospital, Maria, dearly-loved wife of John Anderson, 27 Leadbetter Street. Funeral from Wilton's Funeral Home, Crumlin Road, on Monday, at 3 p.m. to City Cemetery -- Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family Circle.

Anderson -- March, 4, 1955, at Musgrave Hospital, Maria, dearly-loved wife of John Anderson, Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Brother-in-Law and Sister-in-Law, Robert and Isobella Anderson, and Family, 19 Crimea Street

Anderson -- March, 4, 1955, at Musgrave Hospital, Maria, dearly-beloved wife of John Anderson, Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Brother-in-Law and Sister-in-Law, James and Josephine Anderson and Family, 9 Fortuna Street.

Anderson -- The Officers and Members of No. 1 District L.O.L. deeply regret the passing of the wife of their highly esteemed Member, Br. John Anderson, and tender to him their sincere sympathy -- Robert Armstrong, M.B.E., J.P., W.D.M.

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In Memory

February

Freeburn -- In loving memory of my dear wife, Elizabeth, who died 22nd February, 1954. Ever remembered by the Family Circle, 67 Ebor Street. Time changes many things, but not the memory this day brings.

Freeburn -- In loving memory of my dear mother, Elizabeth, died 22nd February, 1954. Ever remembered by her loving Son, Daughter-in-Law and Grandchildren, Jack and Elizabeth Freeburn, 57 Frenchpark Street. Resting where no shadows fall.

Freeburn -- Loving memories of Mother, died 22nd February, 1954. Remembered always by her loving Daughter and Son-in-Law, Sadie and Harry McCartney. Two little words which mean so much -- my mother.

Freeburn -- In loving memory of my dear mother, called Home 22nd February, 1954. Still sadly missed by her daughter and Son-in-Law, Lily and Ronnie Pentland; also Grandchildren, 89 Donegall Road. Two little words I will remember all my life -- my mother.

Geddis -- Cherished memories of Daddy, died 22nd February, 1952. Resting in Thy Saviour's love. Ever remembered by the Family Circle, Model Farm, Ballynacoy, Glenavy.

Geddis -- In loving memory of my dear brother, Samuel H., died 22nd February, 1952. Remembered by his loving Sister, Brother-in-Law, and Nieces, Elizabeth and William Lowry, Ballynacoy; also Nephew, John S. Lowry, Kyneton, Australia. Dear to our memory you ever will be, if the grave were to open what changes you would see, heavenly rest is far better for thee.

Gilliland -- Patterson -- Cherished memories of a beloved Wife and Mother, called home 22nd February, 1953. Ever remembered by her loving Husband and Family, 41 Grand Parade. In mind a daily thought, in heart a silent sorrow.

Haddock -- In loving memory of my dear Mother, departed this life 22nd February 1954. Sadly missed by her loving Son and Daughter-in-Law, Thomas and Martha, Birmingham 26. She was a mother so very rare, contented in her home and always there; unselfish and true in all her ways, a splendid mother to the end of her days. A wonderful Mother to aid and to help, thinking of others but not of herself; she did her best for all of us, and left us to remember.

Haddock -- In loving memory of our dear mother, Sarah Haddock, who died on 22nd February 1954. Always remembered by her Son and Daughter-in-Law, William and Sarah J. Haddock, 46 Empire Street; also William and Maureen and her Great-grandson Gerald.

Haddock -- In loving memory of my dear Mother, whom God called Home 22nd February, 1954. Remembered always by her loving Son Alexander, Daughter-in-Law Gretta and Granddaughter Jean; also her loving Son James, Daughter-in-Law Margaret and Granddaughter Margaret. Asleep in God's beautiful garden, away from all sorrow and pain, some day when life's journey is ended, we'll all be together again.

Haddock -- In loving memory of our dear mother, Sarah Haddock, who died on 22nd February 1954. Always remembered by her daughter and son-in-law, Kathleen and Robert McWilliams, 4 Daisyfield Street; also Sadie and Sandy. Sweet are the memories so silently kept, of one whom we loved and will never forget.

Haddock -- In loving memory of my dear Mother, departed this life on 22nd February 1954. Sadly missed by her loving Daughter and Son-in-Law and Granddaughter, Lucinda, Albert and Kathleen Dunn. Dearer to me than words can tell, the mother I lost and loved so well.

Haddock -- In loving memory of my dear Grandmother, departed this life on 22nd February 1954. Sadly missed by her loving Granddaughter, Sadie McWilliams. Dear angels above, give this message to the grandmother that I loved; tell her that I miss her and give her all my love.

Hunter -- In fond remembrance of my dear parents, Father, died 22nd February 1953; Mother, died 26th February 1952. Ever remembered by their loving Son, Daughter-in-Law and Granddaughter, Rowland, Lena and Iris, 153 Roden Street.

Johnston -- In loving memory of my dear wife, Mary Ann, who was called Home 22nd February 1953. Ever remembered by her Husband C????

March

Boyd -- In loving memory of my dear husband, William, died 2nd March, 1950. Ever remembered by his loving wife Lily, and daughters, Mabel and Lily, 19 Grove Street East. God has him in His keeping, we have him in our hearts.

Brown -- Treasured memories of our dear father, William Bell, who passed away 2nd March, 1943; also our dear Mother, 29th May, 1953. Ever remembered by their loving Family, 202 Crumlin Road.

Carse -- Loving memories of our dear mother, Mary, who died 2nd March, 1936. Ever remembered by her loving Daughter, Son-in-Law and Family, E. and J. McClure, 33 Dunraven Parade. Always in our thoughts.

Coard -- In loving memory of my dear husband, Samuel, died 2nd March, 1953. Ever remembered by his loving Wife and Family, 4 New Dock Street. To hide my sorrow I always try, I smile with others, alone I cry, there words are written with deep regret, of a husband I loved and will never forget.

Coard -- In memory of my dear brother, Samuel, died 2nd March, 1953. Always remembered by his loving Brother and Sister-in-Law, Joseph and Susan Coard, and Family, 31 Andrew Street. Gone but not forgotten.

Conn -- In loving memory of my dear Husband, passed away 2nd March, 1954, also my much loved mother-in-law, Sarah Conn, died 23rd February, 1954. Remembered always by Elsie and Son, Mercer, Old Forge, Ligoniel. Not just to-day, but every day, in silence we remember.

Conn -- In loving memory of my dear Father and Grandmother, called Home 2nd March, 1954. Forever with the Lord -- Ever remembered by his loving Son William and Daughter-in-Law, Martha, also Grandchildren.

Conn -- In loving memory of my dear Father, passed away 2nd March, 1954, and Grandmother, 23rd February, 1954. Sadly missed by his daughter and Son-in-Law Jean and Ray Carpenter, and Grandchildren, High Gate Terrace, Belfast. A sudden call from God on high, he had no chance to say good-bye; sad was the news, the shock severe, we never thought that death was near.

Conn -- In loving memory of my dear Father, died 2nd March, 1954; also Grandmother, 23rd February, 1954. Remembered always by his loving Daughter and Son-in-Law, Rose and Samuel Spence, and Grandson, Upper Ballysillan. Its sweet to remember a father so dear, though absent yet ever so near; unseen by the world he stands by my side, and whispers, dear daughter, death cannot divide.

Conn -- In loving memory of my dear Father, died 2nd March, 1954; also Grandmother, 23rd February 1954. Remembered always by his loving Daughter and Son-in-Law, Elsie and George Farlow, and Grandson, Toronto, Canada. I have only a memory, dear father, to keep my whole life through, but the sweetness will linger forever, as I treasure the image of you.

Conn -- In affectionate remembrance of John Conn, who passed away 2nd March, 1954. Lovingly remembered by his Mother-in-Law, Mrs. Rose Halliday, Wolfhill Road, Ligoniel; also Brother and Sister-in-Law, Mercer and Jeanie Halliday, and Nephew and Niece, Mercer and Ann, Wolfhill Lodge, Ligoniel. A sudden call from God on high, he had not the time to say Good-bye, the news was sad, the shock severe, we did not know that death was near.

Conn -- Smith -- Sad memories of our brother-in-law, John Conn, passed away 2nd March, 1954 and John Smith, 3rd March, 1954. Remembered by his Sister-in-Law and Brother-in-Law, Bella and John Murray, 262 Ligoniel Road; also Nephews, Robert and Mercer, Coventry, England. To be with us in the same old way, would be our dearest wish to-day.

Doran -- Treasured memories of my dear Mother, also my dear Father -- Ever remembered by her daughter Hennie, Son-in-Law and Family, 20 Utility Street. Resting now in peace with Jesus. (assumed 2 March)

Dunn -- In loving and grateful memory of Father -- Holywood. (assumed 2 March)

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Clippings

Missing Belfast Girl (1955)

Mary McDonagh, aged 16, who has been missing from her home, 9 Rockland Street, Donegall Road, Belfast, since January 31.

"Four letters have been received from her since she left home, all postmarked Belfast, but her whereabouts still remain a mystery", her father, Mr. Charles McDonagh, told the Belfast Telegraph to-day. "We all miss her very much" She has four brothers and a sister with ages ranging from five to 18. She was a stitcher with a Donegall Road manufacturing company and still has a week's pay owing to her.

Plater Killed in Shipyard (1955)

Thomas Donaldson (69), of 123 Bloomfield Avenue, Belfast, a plater employed by Harland & Wolff Ltd., was fatally injured in an accident at the Queen's Island yard yesterday afternoon.

Cyclist injured (1955)

A motor-cyclist, James Close (22), of Upper Braniel, Castlereagh, was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital with leg injuries after collision with a car on the Castlereagh Road, Belfast, this afternoon.

 

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