Belfast Newsletter - Saturday, 1 May 1909


CHANCELLOR -- April 28, at Solitude, Dundonald, to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Chancellor -- a son.

M'MEEKIN -- April 27th, at Sunnyside, Carnmoney, to Mr. and Mrs. H. S. M'Meekin -- a son.


BATEMAN--RATCLIFFE -- April 29th, at St. Margaret's, Whalley Range, Manchester, by the Rector, Alfred, son of John Melton Bateman, Birch Hall, Farnworth, to Annie Margaret (Sissie), daughter of the late Henry Ratcliffe, H.M. Customs, Belfast.

GOSSET-TANNER--COATES -- On April 28th, at Holy Trinity Church, Eastbourne, by the Rev. G. P. Basset Kerry, Vicar of the Parish, the Rev. James Gossett-Tanner, M.A., to Sarah Decima, daughter of the late Joseph Coates, Esq., of Eyton House, Leominster.

HOOKE--AGNEW -- On April 27th, at Fortwilliam Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. J. Knowles, B.A., Thomas J., eldest son of Richard Hooke, Banbridge, Co. Down, to Jeanie, youngest daughter of the late William Agnew and Mrs. Agnew, Brougham Street, Belfast.

QUELLHORST--MACRORY -- April 29, at St. John's Church, Malone, Belfast, by the Rev. Richard Seaver, Alfred E. G. Quellhorst, Lieutenant in the Inf.-Reg. König Wilhelm I. (6 Württ.), No. 124, Weingarten, Germany, to Isabel, daughter of R. A. Macrory, of Coollegrean, Belfast, and Dalkey Lodge, Dalkey.

REID--FINLAY -- April 30th, at the Parish Church, Muckamore, Co. Antrim, by the Rev. Charles C. Manning, M.A., Rector, Joseph Reid, Randalstown, to Elizabeth Finlay, elder daughter of Charles Finlay, Muckamore.

VALENTINE--SHEALS -- April 28th, at St. John's, Malone, by Rev. N. E. Smith, Thomas P., youngest son of the late William Valentine, Belfast, to Anna, youngest daughter of Hugh Sheals, Belfast.


ANDERSON -- April 30th, at his residence, 73, Woodstock Road, Matthew Anderson (late of Messrs. Riddell's, Ltd., Donegall Place). The remains of my dearly-beloved father will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, First Saintfield, to-morrow (Sunday), 2nd May, at two o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. THOMAS J. ANDERSON.

FEE -- April 29th (suddenly), Rebecca, widow of the late Samuel Fee, Belfast. Funeral strictly private.

LAVERTY -- At her husband's residence, Rainey Street, Magherafelt, on Friday, 30th April, Isabella, dearly-beloved wife of Robert Laverty. Her remains will be removed from above address at 2-30 p.m. to-morrow (Sunday), 2nd inst., for interment in Kilcronaghan Churchyard. ROBERT LAVERTY.

LYNESS -- April 29, at his residence, 42, Bow Street, Lisburn, my dearly-beloved father, Robert Lyness, aged 91 years. Funeral to Lisburn Cemetery this day (Saturday), at two o'clock. ROBERT C. LYNESS.

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

MOORE -- April 30th, at Maryville House, Balmoral (the residence of her son-in-law), Jane Anderson, widow of the late D. W. Moore. Funeral private. No flowers.

M'SHANE -- April 29, at her residence, 9, Chapel Lane, Mary M'Shane (widow of the late Patrick M'Shane, Auctioneer, Smithfield). -- R.I.P. The remains of my beloved mother will be removed from above address to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at 1-30, for interment at Milltown Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation.

WITHERS -- April 29 (suddenly), at his residence, Ballymaglaff, Robert R. Withers, aged 65 years. His remains will be removed from his late residence, for interment in the family burying-ground, Knockbracken, this (Saturday) afternoon, at three o'clock. I. M. M'DONALD.


MACAULEY -- Mrs. A. Macauley and family wish to return sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad and sudden bereavement. Half-way House, Whiteabbey.

M'ULLEN -- Mr. and Mrs. John G. M'Mullen return their sincere thanks to the many friends who so kindly sympathised with them in their great sorrow. Hopemount, Sans Souci Park, Belfast.


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