Belfast Newsletter - 16 August 1926

Roll of Honour -- In Memoriam

Hale -- In loving remembrance of our darling son, Neason Henry Hale, missing 16th August, 1917, eldest son of W. J. and A. R. Hale, Finvoy, Ballymoney.

Laverty -- In loving memory of our dearly-beloved brother, Joseph Laverty, 2nd Lieut., R.I.R., killed in action 16th August, 1917. Ever remembered by his loving Sister and Brother-in-law. MINNIE and WILLIAM RICHARDSON. Tobermore, Co. Derry.

McBurney -- In loving memory of James Wilson McBurney, 2nd Lieut., Y.C.V.'s, killed in France, 16th August, 1917; also Edward Wilson McBurney, who died at sea 2nd July, 1919.

M'Cullagh -- In loving memory of Alexander Henry, 2nd Lieut. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, elder son of William J. and Isabella M'Cullagh, 45, Ponsonby Avenue, Belfast, killed in action near Ypres, 16th August, 1917. "Faithful unto death."

Reid -- In sad and loving memory of Lance-Sergeant W. J. A. (Gus) Reid, eldest son of W. J. and M. A. Reid, killed in action at Ypres, 16th August, 1917. Sadly missed by Father, Mother, Sisters and Brothers. 6, New North Queen Street, Belfast.

Savage -- tn loving remembrance of John Graham Savage (13th Royal Irish Rifles), younger son of James H. and Mrs. Savage, Mount Herald, Bangor, killed in action, Ypres, August 16th, 1917.


Burrows -- August 11, at Lorlei Nursing Home, Bangor, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Burrows -- a son.

Burton -- August 8, at Lisvarna, Larne Harbour, wife of John Burton -- a daughter.


Dickson--Cromie -- August 5, 1926, at Brook-ale Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. M. M. Logan, B.A., assisted by the Rev. James Edgar B.A. (Tandragee), and the Rev. W. P. Young, B.A. (Clones) -- Thomas M., eldest son of Mr. George Dickson, J.P., and the late Mrs. Dickson, Tandragee, Co. Armagh, to Emma, youngest daughter of Mr. Alexander Cromie, J.P., and Mrs. Cromie, Millvale, Rathfriland, Co. Down. At Home: Market Place, Tandragee, 23rd and 24th September.

Fegan--Heslop -- August 15, 1926, at Drumballroney Parish Church, by the Rev. T. H. Blackburn, M.A. -- William Fegan, Rathfriland, to Gwendoline Mary (Gwen), daughter of the late Samuel Heslop and of Mrs. Heslop, Rathfriland.


Best -- August 15, 1926, at The Cairn, Aghalee, Nicholson Best. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday>, at 3 o'clock, to the family burying-ground, Aghagallon.

Carlisle -- August 14, 1926, at her residence, St. James's, Hillsborough, Sarah, the beloved wife of Stephen Carlisle. Funeral to Hillsborough Churchyard at 2 pm to-day (Monday). Friends will please accept this intimation.

Ewing -- August 15, at his residence, 8, Lonsdale Street, Edmond Waddy Ewing (late of Londonderry), the beloved husband of Jennie Ewing.

Hawthorne -- At 285, Springfield Road, George W. Hawthorne, L.P.S.I., beloved husband of Irene Hawthorne, and only son of the late George W. Hawthorne, Dunadry. His remains will be removed from above address to-morrow (Tuesday), at 1 o'clock, for interment in Antrim New Cemetery, passing Dunadry about 1-30. Deeply regretted by his loving Wife, Mother, and little Sons.

Locke -- At his residence, "Annalore," Greenisland, on Friday, 13th August, Silas Locke, in his 84th year. Funeral private. No flowers, by request.

Morrow -- August 14, 1926, at Richmond Nursing Home, Belfast, Charlotte, beloved wife of Robert Morrow, "Rossmount" Stewartstown. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Husband and Family.

M'Knight -- August 13, 1926, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Mrs. Annie M'Knight, for 42 years the faithful friend of the family of Mr. Joseph Reid, 22, Elmwood Avenue, Belfast.

M'Master -- August 15, 1926, at her residence, 11, Bachelors Walk, Lisburn, Mary Jane, wife of the late Robert M'Master, of Drennan, Boardmills. Her remains will he removed to-morrow (Tuesday), 17th inst., at 3-30 p.m., for interment in First Boardmills. Friends will please accept this intimation. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son and Daughter.

M'Niece -- Suddenly, August 14, 1926, Williamina Ninette (Nettie), second and dearly-loved daughter of the late William M'Niece and Mrs. M'Niece, Glenburn, Bangor. Funeral strictly private.

Neill -- August 14, 1926, at the County Infirmary, Armagh, Samuel, only surviving son of the late Thomas Neill, Irish Street, Downpatrick. Funeral leaving Armagh 12 o'clock noon, arriving Downpatrick about 2-30 p.m., via Quoile Bridge, for interment in family burying ground Down Cathedral Churchyard, to-day (Monday), 16th inst. THOMAS RANSOME NEILL.

Neill -- Members of above are requested to attend the funeral of the late Br. Samuel Neill. JAMES JENKINS. W.M.; WILLIAM JENKINSON, P.M.

Neill -- Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of their late Brother, Samuel Neill, P.M. B. STOOPES, W.M.; J. WHISKER, H. Sec.

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Neill -- Companions of above are requested to attend the funeral of their late Treasurer, Companion Samuel Neill. R. F. FORBES. E.K.; J. S. CATHCART, Sec.

Pyper -- August 15, at The Hill, Ballyeasboro', Maria, relict of the late John Pyper. Funeral private, by request.

Reid -- August 14, at her son's residence, Unagh, Cookstown, Sarah Anne, widow of the late William Reid Cahoe, Stewartstown. Funeral to-day at 1 o'clock, for interment in Stewartstown Churchyard.

Stuart -- Suddenly, on August 14, Alex B. Stuart, of Ballyhivistock. Funeral leaving Ballyhivistock for Dervock to-morrow (Tuesday), August 17, at 12 o'clock.

In Memoriam

MacDowell -- In loving memory of my dear and devoted wife Eugenie, who died 16th August, 1925. ROBT. G. MacDOWELL, "Terra Nova," Osborne Park.


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