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Northern Whig - Tuesday, 26 July, 1910

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 duly Authenticated.

Births

FRIEL -- July 23, at the Rectory, Kilmacow (the residence of her father), the wife of F.H. Friel, C.E., of a son.

NELSON -- July 22, at Monkstown, County Cork, the wife of J. Hume Nelson, of a son.

Marriages

BURTON--DAVEY -- July 21, at Dunmurry Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert Davey, B.A. (brother of the bride), assisted by the Rev. Charles Davey, B.A. (uncle of the bride), John Nathaniel, third son of Archibald Burton, Richmount, Ballygawley, County Tyrone, to Margaret E. (Maggie), second daughter of the late Samuel Davey, Loughmorne, Carrickfergus.

FERGUSON--MACBETH -- July 21, at Helen's Bay Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Robert Andrews (Donaghadee), assisted by the Rev. William Wright (Newtownards), John Andrew Ferguson, Loughill, Greengraves, Newtownards, to Mary Chambers, eldest daughter of Robert Macbeth, 8, Princess Gardens, Donaghadee. (At home 30th and 31st August.)

NICOLLS--KELSEY -- July 19, 1910, at the Cathedral, Lisburn, by the Rev. Canon Pounden, M.A., Rector of the Parish, assisted by the Rev. George R. Bell, George Alexander Nicolls, Rector of Rahan and Kilnagarenegh, King's County, youngest son of the late Archibald Nicolls, M.D., to Anna Mary (Dollie), younger daughter of Henderson Kelsey, The Plantation, Lisburn, County Down.

Deaths

ANDERSON -- July 25, at Castlerock, Joseph M'Curdy Anderson, in his 85th year. Funeral at 11.30 to-morrow (Wednesday). No flowers, by his special request.

CARMICHAEL -- July 25, at her mothers residence, Ballycoan, Purdysburn, Mary Susan, eldest daughter of the late James Carmichael, Leverogue. Her remains will be removed from above address, for interment in the family burying-ground, Drumbo, to-morrow (Wednesday), at twelve o'clock noon. Friends will please accept this intimation. MARY SUSAN CARMICHAEL.

CRAWFORD -- On 25th July, at Monkstown, Whiteabbey, Henry John Crawford, aged 55 years. Funeral to-morrow (Wednesday, 27th), at 10.15 a.m. No flowers.

HOY -- July 25, at his residence, Kilbride, Dough, Robert Hoy, aged 75 years. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed for interment in Rashee Burying-ground to-morrow (Wednesday, the 27th inst.), at two o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. JENNY HOY.

JOHNSTON -- July 25, at her parents' residence, Main Street, Hillsborough, Eileen Frances, youngest and only surviving daughter of Samuel and Lizzie Johnston. (Notice of interment in to-morrow's paper.)

M'AULIFFE -- July 25, at his residence, Carrickfergus (suddenly), George M'Auliffe, J.P. Funeral strictly private. No flowers.

O'NEILL -- On the 25th July, at 11, St. James's Place, London, S.W., the Hon. Robert Torrens O'Neill, youngest son of the late Lord O'Neill. The funeral takes place at Draperstown, County Londonderry, on Friday morning, the 29th day of July.

STEVENSON -- July 24, at his residence, Castle Place, Carrickfergus John M'N. Stevenson, in his 86th year (formerly Head Master Carrickfergus Model School). His remains will be removed for interment in family burying-ground, North Road Cemetery, Carrickfergus, this (Tuesday) afternoon, 26th inst., at 4.30 o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. (By special request, no flowers.)

TOWELL -- July 23, at Liverpool (the result of an accident), Jackson Sinclair, second son of David Towell, Dublin, and formerly of Larne. His remains will be removed from Liverpool steamer at 8.30 this (Tuesday), morning, for conveyance to Larne by 9.55 train, arriving in Larne at eleven o'clock, for interment in the M'Garel Cemetery.

WILSON -- July 24, at his residence, Park Parade, Lisburn, James D., third son of the late John Wilson, Merchant, Lisburn. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed for interment in Drumbeg Churchyard (via Hillhall) to-morrow (Wednesday) morning, at eleven o'clock. MINNIE WILSON.

 

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Northern Whig - Wednesday, 27 July, 1910

Births

BARBOUR -- July 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barbour, Strathearne, Dunmurry -- a daughter.

KELBURN -- July 24, at Kelburn, Fairlie, Viscountess Kelburn, of a son.

MERCIER -- July 25, 1910, at Fairmount, Greenisland, County Antrim, to Mr. and Mrs. Cochrane W. Mercier -- a son.

MOFFETT -- July 24, at Gentian Hill, Galway, the wife of A.J. Moffett, M.R.C.V.S., of a daughter.

Marriages

GLASIER--COLLBRAN -- July 21, at Holy Trinity, Westhill, Wandsworth, London, by the Rev. Edgar Stogdon, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Latimer Road, assisted by the Rev. William Read, Vicar and Rural Dean, Edward Brougham, eldest son of G.H. Brougham Glasier, of St. James's Street, London, S.W., and Edgecombe Hall, Wimbledon Park to Louise Marguerite, elder daughter of W.H. Collbran, of Coombe, Inner Park Road, Wimbledon Park.

MITCHELL--MacNEARY -- July 14, 1910, at Second Garvagh Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. S.B. Thomson, B.A., Samuel Mitchell, Carrickfergus, to Jeanie Wilson, eldest daughter of J.R. MacNeary, Tirkeeran, Garvagh.

M'CUE--KENNING -- July 20 (by special licence), at the residence of the bride's mother), by the Rev. Pierce Martin, assisted by the Rev. E.F. Allworthy, M.A. (uncle of the bride) James F. M'Cue, son of Henry M'Cue, Esq., Rosebank, Castlereagh, to Ellenora (Ellie), eldest daughter of the late William Kenning, Ryefield, Moira, and Mrs. Kenning, Lynn Lodge, Malone Road, Belfast.

Deaths

BENNETT -- July 22, at 3, Hunter Street, Scotstoun, Janet Boyle, relict of Alexander Bennett.

CARMICHAEL -- July 25, at her mother's residence, Ballycoan, Purdysburn, Mary Susan, eldest daughter of the late James Carmichael, Leverogue. Her remains will be removed from above address, for interment in the family burying-ground, Drumbo, this day (Wednesday), at twelve o'clock noon. Friends will please accept this intimation. MARY SUSAN CARMICHAEL.

CRAWFORD -- On 25th July, at Monkstown, Whiteabbey, Henry John Crawford, aged 55 years. Funeral this day (Wednesday, 27th), at 10.15 a.m. No flowers.

DOUGLAS -- July 23, at Edinburgh, Elizabeth Georgina do Wend, younger daughter of the late James Crawford Douglas, of Polmunckshead, Lanarkshire.

JOHNSTON -- July 25, at her parents' residence, Main Street, Hillsborough, Eileen Frances, youngest and only surviving daughter of Samuel and Lizzie Johnston. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Hillsborough, to-morrow (Thursday, 28th inst.), at twelve o'clock. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. S. JOHNSTON.

MONTGOMERY -- July 26, at 93, South Street, Newtownards, Jane Montgomery, relict of the late James Montgomery. (Interment notice in to-morrow's paper.) ANNIE and EDWARD MONTGOMERY.

M'CALL -- July 26, at 37, High Street Newtownards, May, only daughter of Edward M'Call, jun., aged 5 years. Funeral to Killysuggan Burying-ground this day (Wednesday), at 4 p.m.

M'DONALD -- July 26, at her parents' residence, 59, Apsley Street, Jane, youngest daughter, of John and Martha M'Donald. Her remains will be removed from above address to-morrow (Thursday, 28th), at eleven o'clock, for interment in Dundonald Cemetery. Deeply regretted.

STOREY -- July 26, at Marymount, Antrim, Harry Glasgow, youngest son of John and Agnes Storey, The Greenhill, Moorfields, Ballymena. (Interment notice later.)

 

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Northern Whig - Thursday, 28 July, 1910

Births

BLAIR -- July 25, at Kuliang, China, to Dr. and Mrs. C.E. Blair, London Mission, Tingchew -- a son.

DOBBIN -- July 26, at Cranfield, Green Road, Belfast, to Mr. and Mrs. T. Ringland Dobbin -- a daughter.

SCUTT -- July 26, at Creywell, New Ross, the wife of G. Decimus Homer Scutt, of a daughter.

Marriages

BIRDWOOD--FINLAY -- July 25, at Naini Tal, India, Major Gordon Birdwood, I.M.S., to Alice Caroline, younger daughter of Colonel H.T. Finlay, D.L., of Corkagh, County Dublin.

GARDINER--CLARK -- July 26, at the Carlton Hotel, Edinburgh, by the Rev. Dr. Jamieson, Portobello, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Williamson, West St. Giles, Wm. Tyler Gardiner, M.B. Ch.B., eldest son of John Gardiner, 38, Lauder Road, Edinburgh, to Georgina Isabella, daughter of Alexander Clark, Clairville, Argyle Crescent, Portobello.

Deaths

BELL -- July 27, at his residence, Moneyhaw, Robert Bell. His remains will he removed for interment in the New Churchyard, Moneymore, at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Friday). Friends, please accept this (the only) intimation.

BLANE -- July 27, at his residence, Ballydougan, Gilford, Christopher Blane, aged 84 years. His remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Newmills to-morrow (Friday), at 3.30.

CLOW -- At her residence, 16, Ardenlee Avenue on 27th July, Ellie Carse, widow of the late Peter Clow, and daughter of the late Rev. Stewart Carse, of Carland. Funeral private.

JOHNSTON -- July 25, at her parents' residence, Main Street, Hillsborough, Eileen Frances, youngest and only surviving daughter of Samuel and Lizzie Johnston. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Hillsborough, this day (Thursday, 28th inst.), at twelve o'clock. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. S. JOHNSTON.

MONTGOMERY -- July 26, at 93, South Street, Newtownards, Jane Montgomery, relict of the late James Montgomery. The remains of our dear mother will be removed from her late residence, for interment in the family burying-ground, Movilla, this day (Thursday, 28th inst.), at three o'clock p.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. ANNIE and EDWARD MONTGOMERY.

M'CREA -- July 27, at his residence, 21, Rosetta Avenue, Creighton M'Crea. Funeral private. No flowers.

M'DONALD -- July 26, at her parents' residence, 59, Apsley Street, Jane, youngest daughter of John and Martha M'Donald. Her remains will be removed from above address this day (Thursday, 28th), at eleven o'clock, for interment in Dundonald Cemetery. Deeply regretted.

REA -- July 27, at her residence, 27, Shaftesbury Square, Mary, the dearly-beloved wife of John Rea. Her remains will be removed for interment in Loughaghery Burying-ground to-morrow (Friday, 29th inst.), at one o'clock. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. JOHN REA.

STOREY -- July 26, at Marymount, Antrim, Harry Glasgow, youngest son of John and Agnes Storey, the Greenhill, Moorfields, Ballymena. His remains will be removed from above address to-morrow (Friday, 29th inst.), at twelve o'clock noon, for interment in Glenwherry Burying-ground, passing through Kills about 1.30 p.m.

WALLACE -- July 27, 1910, at his late residence, Albertville, Crumlin Road, Martin Wallace. Funeral private. No flowers.

Thanks

Mr. JOHN MITCHELL and family desire to return their sincere thanks to the many friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement and sent letters of condolence, as well as those who kindly sent beautiful wreaths. They hope this public acknowledgement will be taken as an expression of their deep appreciation. Mervue House, Millisle, Donaghadee

 

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