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Northern Whig - Friday, 23 April, 1909

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS.

Announcements under this heading are charged for as follows:-- Thirty-five words or under 2s 6d each insertion, and 6d for every additional seven words. These announcements must be Prepaid and duty Authenticated.

Births

BARSTOW -- April 21, at Bangalore, India, the wife of Captain J. B. Barstow, R.E., of a son.

BROOKS -- April 21, at Arona, Sandford Road, Dublin, the wife of E. Clive Brooks, of a son.

Marriages

HANNA--YOUNG -- April 21, at Railway Street Presbyterian Church, Lisburn, by the Rev. R. W. Hamilton, M.A., Samuel, younger son of William J. Hanna, Wallace Avenue, Lisburn, to Mary, only daughter of Robert Young, Llewellyn Avenue, Lisburn.

KINSMAN--NEWELL -- April 17, at Monkstown Parish Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Canon Dowse, assisted by the Rev. Percy Phair, Captain W. A. C. Kinsman, D.S.O., Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, son of Colonel H. J. Kinsman, late Royal Artillery, to Betty, second daughter of R. J. Newell, Longford Terrace, Monkstown.

SUTHERLAND--HILL -- April 21, at St. Patrick's, Jordanstown, by the Rev. S. T. Nesbitt, Rector of Ballynure, assisted by the Rev. W. H. Bradley, M.A., Rector of the Parish, James, son of Alexandre Sutherland, to Caroline, daughter of the late Squire Hill, J.P., Ballyclare.

Deaths

ANDREWS -- April 21, 1909, at Balloo, Groomsport, John Andrews, in his 88th year. His remains will be removed from his late residence, for interment in the family burying-ground, Bangor, this (Friday) afternoon, at three o'clock.

BLACK -- April 20, at her residence, Ballycastle (of pneumonia), Sarah, widow of the late William B. Black. Funeral this day (Friday), at 2.30 p.m., to Ramoan Churchyard.

M'CARTHY -- April 22, at Hollandmount, King's Road, Knock, Doreen, youngest daughter of W. J. M'Carthy. Funeral to Hillsborough Churchyard to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at two o'clock.

PETTICREW -- April 22, at 78, Cromac Street, Belfast, John Petticrew. Funeral to-morrow (Saturday), at three o'clock. (Place of interment in evening papers).

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BLUETT -- April 20, at Headfort Cottage, Blackrock, Georgina Sarah Bluett, aged 77 years.

HARDY -- April 18, at Bushfield Cottage, Loughrea, Albert Hardy, aged 63 years.

JONES -- April 21, at his residence, 44, Power's Court, Mount Street, Dublin, John J. Jones.

MURRAY -- April 20, at 12, Railway Road, Dalkey, Dublin, Elizabeth, daughter of the late Edward Murray, Prince Edward Terrace, Blackrock.

M'MULLEN -- April 22, at Hopemount, Sans Souci Park, Belfast, John Battersby (little Jack) dearly-loved child of John and Lilhe M'Mullen, aged 1 year.

O'KEEFFE -- April 21, at St Michael's, Athy, Dublin, Francis A. O'Keeffe, Solicitor, 48, Northumberland Road, Dublin, ex-M.P. for Limerick City.

 

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Northern Whig - Saturday, 24 April, 1909

Birth

COCHRAN -- April 21. at 41, Hollybank Avenue, Sandford, Dublin, the wife of Samuel Cochran, of a son.

Marriages

HOARE--GRIFFIN -- April 15, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, by the Rev. A. R. Hoare, Charles Hervey, eldest son of the late Charles Hoare, of 37, Fleet Street, to Marie Elizabeth, widow of Sir Lepel Griffin, K.C.S.I.

MACKENZIE--SKEGG -- March 12, at the British Episcopal Church, Foo Chow, South China, by Bishop M'Carthy Price, assisted by the Rev. W. S. Pakenham Walsh, M.A., the Rev. Marcus Mackenzie, B.A., M.B., C.M., of the Dublin University Fuh-Kien Mission, to Ethel Florence, youngest daughter of John J. Skegg, of Sidcup, and late of Craven Street, Strand.

MENARY--SUFFERN -- April 21, at Elmwood Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. George Thompson, James, eldest son of Henry Menary, Corereany, Lurgan, to Hannah Ferguson (Nannie), third daughter of the late William Suffern, of Belfast.

Deaths

DOBBIN -- April 23, at Haddington, Knockbreda Park Belfast, Samuel Dobbin, aged 84 years. Funeral private.

HANNA -- April 23, at his residence, The Grove, Lurgan, Thomas Hanna. Funeral to the New Cemetery, Lurgan, on Monday, at half-past ten o'clock. No flowers.

M'CARTHY -- April 22, at Hollandmount, King's Road, Knock, Doreen, youngest daughter of W. J. M'Carthy. Funeral to Hillsborough Churchyard this (Saturday) afternoon, at two o'clock.

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ALLARDYCE -- April 22, at her husband's residence, Newinn, Monasterevan, Jane, wife of James Allardyce, aged 80 years.

BROOKS -- April 22, at Arona, Sandford Road, Dublin, Edward Pollock, infant son of Clive and Kathleen Brooks.

BROWN -- April 19, at Davos, Switzerland, in his 35th year, Alan Daniel Brown, I.C.S., Assistant Judge, Dharwar District, third son of George James Brown, of 27, Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells, and 34, Great George Street, Westminster.

FLANAGAN -- April 22, at 16, Cabra Road, Dublin, William Henry, eldest son of Henry and Margaret Flanagan, aged 28 years.

HEARN -- April 21, at 210, Clonliffe Road, Drumcondra, Dublin, Grace Hearn, relict of the late T. E. Hearn.

LAWLESS -- April 22, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Dublin, John O'Neill Lawless.

MALCOMSON -- April 22, at Mullinacross, Kingscourt, Sarah, wife of James Malcomson.

STRONGE -- On the 20th inst., at 10, Palmeira Avenue, Westcliffe-on-Sea, Essex, Samuel Stronge, of the Exchequer and Audit Department, elder son of the late Thomas Stronge, of Belfast.

 

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Northern Whig - Monday, 26 April, 1909

Births

ALEXANDER -- On April 19, at 7, Dunedin, Cork, to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. L. Alexander -- a son.

BUCHANAN -- April 21, at 73, Grove Park, Rathmines, the wife of W. J. Buchanan, of a son.

COLE-HAMILTON -- April 21, at Beltrim, Wolvehock, O.R.C., the wife of George W. Cole-Hamilton, of a daughter.

Marriages

LEVIS-LAING -- April 14, at Holy Trinity Church, Westport, by Rev. J. O. Hannay, M.A., Samuel John, sixth son of John Joseph Levis, of Highfield, Creagh, County Cork, to Nellie M., only daughter of the late Henry Laing and Mrs. Laing, of Altamount Terrace, Westport, County Mayo, and granddaughter of the late Robert Acton, of Westport, County Mayo.

MULLEN-COMEFORD -- April 20, at St. Agatha's, William Street, Dublin, Philip Mullen, of Dundalk, to Margaret, youngest daughter of Owen Comeford, 44, North Strand, Dublin.

PEAT-BOOKER -- April 20, at Loughcrew Parish Church, by the Rev. J. Q. Day, Robert Peat, of Pallanza, Kenilworth Park, Dublin, to Jennie, daughter of the late Nathaniel Booker and Mrs. Booker, Loughcrew, Oldcastle, County Meath.

Deaths

BAXTER -- April 25, at her brother's residence, Sunnyside, Lurgan, Mary B. Baxter, aged 84 years. Funeral private. No flowers.

CORRY -- April 25, at his residence, Sandown, Knock, Robert Corry, J.P., aged 67 years. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) morning, at ten o'clock, to City Cemetery.

FORBES -- April 25, 1909, at his residence, 42, University Avenue, Belfast, James, the beloved husband of Mary Forbes (late of Messrs. William Rodman & Co., Ltd., Donegall Place). Funeral from the above address to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at three o'clock, for interment in the City Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation. MARY FORBES.

HANNA -- April 23, at his residence, The Grove, Lurgan, Thomas Hanna. Funeral to the New Cemetery, Lurgan, this day (Monday), at half past ten o'clock. No flowers.

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BYRNE -- April 23, at 23, Botanic Road, Glasnevin, Dublin, Anna, wife of Eugene Byrne.

CROOKSHANK -- April 25, Robert Alexander, elder son of the late Alexander Crookshank, aged 75 years.

LOWRY -- April 23, at 24, Grattan Street, Dublin, James Love Lowry.

MURPHY -- April 15, at 7, Amen Court, St. Paul's Cathedral, London, the residence of his son-in-law (the Rev. E. T. R. Johnston), Major Cecil W. E. Murphy, Royal Artillery (retired).

SAUNDERS -- April 21, at Kilavalla, Borrisokane County Tipperary, the wife of Captain E. H. Saunders, D.L.

 

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Northern Whig - Tuesday, 27 April, 1909

Births

DARRAGH -- April 24, at 11, Hopefield Avenue, Belfast, the wife of William Darragh -- a daughter.

HUGHES -- April 23, at Logie-Richmond, Tasmania, the wife of A. T. Hughes, of a son.

M'VEA -- April 24, at 2, Pretoria Terrace, Whitehead, to Mr. and Mrs. John M'Vea -- a son.

Marriages

HUBAND--HUNTER -- April 14, at St. Peter's Church, Dublin, by the Rev. Canon Mahaffy, William, second son of Alfred Huband, to Catherine Kerr, second daughter of Matthew Hunter, both of Dublin.

YATES GREGORY--DALY -- April 21, at St. Stephen's Church, Dublin, by the Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, assisted by the Rev. H. Dobbs, B.A., William J. Yates Gregory, of Maisonette, Queen's Road, Llandudno, only son of James Gregory, Llandudno, to Margaret Florence, eldest daughter of Captain and Mrs. Daly, of 24, Emerald Terrace, Upper Grand Canal Street, Dublin.

Golden Wedding

BOWMAN--KEARSLEY -- April 25, 1859, at St. Barnabas' Church, Leeds, by the Rev. N. Greenwell, Daniel Bowman, Carrickfergus, to Susan Kearsley, Leeds.

Deaths

CONNOR -- April 26, at her residence, Clyde Road, West Didsbury, Manchester, Mary Jane, widow of the late Isaac Connor, Belfast, and daughter of the late Mrs. Shepherd, Dundonald. Interment at Dundonald tomorrow (Wednesday), leaving Fleetwood steamer at ten o'clock.

CORRY -- April 25, at his residence, Sandown, Knock, Robert Corry, J.P., aged 67 years. Funeral this (Tuesday) morning, at ten o'clock, to City Cemetery.

COULTER -- April 26, at 6, Hampstead, Cavehill Road, Jenny, wife of J. V. Coulter. Funeral private.

CROOKSHANK -- April 25, Robert Alexander, elder surviving son of the late Alexander Crookshank, Solicitor, Belfast, aged 75 years. Funeral will leave Richmond, Marlborough Park, for Clifton Street Cemetery, to-morrow (Wednesday) morning, at a quarter-past nine o'clock, stopping for service in Donegall Square Methodist Church at ten o'clock. No flowers.

M'GOWAN -- At his residence, Crossnacreevy, on Monday, 26th April, 1909, David John M'Gowan. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Moneyrea, to-morrow (Wednesday, 28th inst.), at ten o'clock. MARY ANNA M'GOWAN.

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EGAN -- April 25, at 67, Thorncastle Street, Ringsend, Edward Egan.

GREGORY -- April 24, at Carrickmoira, Newtownforbes, Thomas Gregory.

HANNAN -- April 25, at Emlanaughton, Ballymote, Mary, widow of the late Thomas Hannan.

HARRIS -- April 24, at an advanced age, Mary Harris, fourth daughter of the late John Harris, of Dublin.

HEMMINGWAY -- April 24, at Kilmeague, Ernest E. Hemmingway.

SLOANE -- April 25, at 12, Charleston Road, Rathmines, Dublin, James Sloane.

Thanks

M'LAUGHLIN -- Mrs. M'Laughlin, of Chester Villas, Lambeg, desires to return her sincere thanks to the many friends who have sent messages of condolence and sympathy in connection with her recent bereavement.

 

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Northern Whig - Wednesday, 28 April, 1909

Births

BELCHER -- April 23, at 74, Argyle Road, West Ealing, London, W., the wife of Charles Frederic Belcher, of a daughter.

DUNCAN -- April 26, at 9, Charleston Road, Rathmines, Dublin, the wife of W. R. D. Duncan, of a daughter.

WALKER -- April 26, at Cottage Park, Belfast, the wife of Professor Walker, of a daughter.

Marriages

GILMARTIN--HANNAN -- April 20, at St. Muirdach's Cathedral, Ballina, by the Rev. B. M. Quinn, Adm., John Gilmartin, Sergeant R.I.C., Ballina, to Delia, youngest daughter of the late Patrick Hannan, Ballina.

NUGENT--DONOVAN -- April 21, at St. Michael's Church, Kingstown, by the Rev. P. Flavin, C.C., John Henry Nugent, National Bank, Ltd., son of the late Thomas Nugent, formerly of The Grange, Nenagh, to Josephine Mary, youngest daughter of James Donovan, R.N., of 40, Clarinda Park East, Kingstown.

Deaths

CROOKSHANK -- April 25, Robert Alexander, elder surviving son of the late Alexander Crookshank, Solicitor, Belfast, aged 75 years. Funeral will leave Richmond, Marlborough Park, for Clifton Street Cemetery, this (Wednesday) morning, at a quarter-past nine o'clock, stopping for service in Donegall Square Methodist Church at ten o'clock. No flowers.

DOUGLASS -- April 26, James Herbert, elder son of John Douglass, Ranfurly Terrace, Dungannon. Funeral to family burying-ground, Carland, to-morrow, (Thursday), at eleven o'clock.

M'GOWAN -- At his residence, Crossnacreevy, on Monday, 26th April, 1909, David John M'Gowan. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Moneyrea, this day (Wednesday, 28th inst.), at ten o'clock. MARY ANNA M'GOWAN.

STANLEY -- April 18, at her parents' residence, 290, Sherbourne Street, Toronto, Ella, second daughter of Robert and Sarah Stanley. Interred in Mount Pleasant Cemetery 14th April, 1909.

STEWART -- April 27, at Cardy, John Stewart, aged 99 years. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Greyabbey, to-morrow (Thursday, 29th inst.), at two o'clock. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. MARY STEWART.

USSHER -- April 26, at her residence. Florence Villa, Lurgan, Florence Sarah Eleanor, widow of the late James Ussher, aged 62 years. Funeral to New Cemetery at half-past ten o'clock to-morrow (Thursday) morning.

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ARMSTRONG -- April 24, at Gaol Street, Kilkenny, John Armstrong, ex-Sergeant R.I.C.

BREMBLE -- At her residence, Ballyoliver House, Rathvilly, Margaret Jane, wife of J. Bremble, aged 68 years.

CONNOR -- April 25, at 9, St. John Street, Blackpits, Patrick Connor.

FRAZER -- April 23, at Kingsville, Riverstown, County Sligo, Sarah Maud, wife of Dr. E. K. Frazer, aged 39 years.

LEADER -- April 25, at his residence, Lynwood, Queenstown, John Leader, J.P.

M'GUINNESS -- April 26, at her residence, 3, Harold's Cross, Dublin, Catherine M'Guinness, aged 58 years.

 

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Northern Whig - Thursday, 29 April, 1909

Births

MILEY -- April 27, at 11, Ashfield Avenue, Ranelagh, Dublin, the wife of Geo. Wm. Miley, of a son.

WELSH -- April 9, at Victoria, B.C., the wife of Alfred P. Welsh, Ardmore Ranche, Millarville, Alberta, Canada, of a daughter.

Marriages

GIBBS--COKAYNE -- April 26, at St. Peter's, Eaton Square, London, by the Rev. Reginald Gibbs, Vicar of Clifton Hampden, Francis Lomax Gibbs, youngest son of the Rev. John Lomax Gibbs, of Speen House, near Newbury, to Sylvia Beatrice Cokayne, youngest daughter of George Edward Cokayne, Clarenceux King-at-Arms, of Exeter House, Roehampton.

MacDONNELL--REID -- April 19, at the Church of the Visitation, Fairview, Dublin, by the Rev. P. J. Ryan, C.C., Randal, only son of Dentist MacDonnell, Dublin, to Rosie, third eldest daughter of Matthew Reid, Finglas, County Dublin.

Deaths

DOUGLASS -- April 26, James Herbert, elder son of John Douglass, Ranfurly Terrace, Dungannon. Funeral to family burying-ground, Carland, this day (Thursday), at eleven o'clock.

JOHNSTON -- April 28, at Becca Ville, Ormeau Road, Susanna, relict of the late William Johnston, Killinchy Woods, in her 83rd year. Funeral to-morrow (Friday) morning, at nine o'clock, for family burying ground, Killyleagh.

M'ALONAN -- April 28, at 53, Rosemount Gardens, Isabella Barnet, widow of the late James M'Alonan, Evangelist. Funeral leaves above address to-morrow (Friday) afternoon, at half-past two, for City Cemetery.

SHAW -- April 27, 1909, at her residence, Cullybackey, Mary, relict of the late William Shaw, aged 68 years. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Cullybackey, this (Thursday) afternoon, at three o'clock,

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COLGAN -- April 26, at Mungret College, Limerick, Walter Francis Colgan, St. Anne's, Clane, County Kildare, aged 16 years.

KELLY -- April 25, at 12, St. Michael's Place, Brighton, Adelaide. Margaret, daughter of the late Right Honourable Sir FitzRoy Kelly, Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer.

MacFARLAND -- April 28, at his residence, 77, Eglantine Avenue, Rev. George MacFarland, Secretary of Irish Presbyterian Missions.

M'INTYRE -- April 27, at Adelaide Hospital, Dublin, Arthur, sixth son of James and Catherine M'Intyre, of Dunsink, Dublin, aged 24 years.

PERONA -- April 25, at 2, Brighton Buildings, Harold's Cross, Dublin, Elizabeth Perona, otherwise Leyshon, aged 75 years.

RUSSELL -- April, 22, at Ballinderry Park, Borrisokane, County Tipperary, William J. Russell, J.P., in his 91st year.

TUCKER -- April 25, at Combe Lodge, Teddington, William Tucker, C.B., aged 74 years.

 

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Northern Whig - Friday, 30 April, 1909

Births

CARROLL -- April 15, at 20, Geraldine Street, Dublin, the wife of H. J. Carroll, 31, Upper Liffey Street, of a daughter.

LOW -- April 26, at Ashworth, Crowborough, the wife of the rev. W. P. Low, Northern Nigeria, of a son.

Marriages

PINKERTON--WARD -- April 28, 1909, at Fitzroy Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. James Pyper, B.A., Ahoghill, Robert Arthur, fourth son of the late W. W. Pinkerton, Hampstead, Cavehill Road, to Agnes Evelyn, third daughter of the late John Ward and Mrs. Ward, Glenfield Place, Belfast.

SINGLETON--LOFTUS -- April 28, at Abbeyleix, Dublin, by the Rev. Canon Bor, assisted by the Rev. T. E. Young and the Rev. C. R. Milligan, Lieutenant-Colonel R. C. Singleton, of Rathmoyle, Abbeyleix, late of the H.L.I., to Jessica, widow of the late George William Ferrars Loftus, of Briarfield, Hastings.

Deaths

JOHNSTON -- April 28, at Becca Ville, Ormeau Road, Susanna, relict of the late William Johnston, Killinchy Woods, in her 83rd year. Funeral this (Friday) morning, at nine o'clock, for family burying ground, Killyleagh.

MacFARLAND -- April 28, at his residence, 77, Eglantine Avenue, Rev. George MacFarland, Secretary of Irish Presbyterian Missions. Funeral to-morrow (Saturday, 1st May), at 10 a.m., for City Cemetery. No flowers.

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BRENNAN -- April 27, William, second son of James Brennan, Dunstown.

GOLDEN -- April 28, at her residence, Ovoca, Mary Anne Golden, second daughter of the late Michael Golden.

HATTON -- April 27, at 79, Waterloo Road, Dublin, the Rev. Henry W. Hatton, Precentor of St. Aidan's Cathedral, Ferns.

KING -- April 28, at Borrinstown House, Ashbourne, Marianne King.

M'FARLAND -- April 27, at 4, Annesley Park, Rathmines, Dublin, Emma, widow of the late John M'Farland.

SCOTT -- At his residence, 6, Winton Avenue, Rathgar, William George, eldest son of the late Carlton Scott, Garrison House, County Fermanagh.

WILLIS -- April 27, James Armstrong Willis, of Moneen, County Fermanagh, aged 75 years.

WILSON -- March 31, at Gurteen, Castlecomer, County Kilkenny, Mark Wilson, son of Mark and Mary Wilson, and husband of Lusie Wilson, aged 29 years.

 

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