Northern Whig - Thursday, 10 November 1910


BROWN -- November 7, at 4, Rusholme Road, East Putney, London, S.W., the wife of Oswald M. Brown, of twin daughter.

MILLS -- November 4, at Beggar's Bush Barracks, Dublin, the wife of Colour-Sergeant A. J. Mills, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, of a daughter.

MacLEAN -- November 3, at 40, Stewartville Street, Partick, the wife of Deputy Chief Constable John MacLean -- a son.


DALTON--PHELAN -- November 7, at Tilford Church, Farnham, by the Rev. W. H. F. Edge, Frederick, elder son of the late Robert Dalton, P.W.D. Punjab, India, to Maud, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Phelan, Rathmines, Dublin.

LAWRIE--KINNEAR -- November 7, at St. Andrew's Church, Calcutta, Francis Allan Lawrie, youngest son of the late Rev. John Lawrie, M.A., Libberton, Lancashire, to Elizabeth Henrietta, third daughter Mrs. Kinnear, of 6, Carlton Terrace, Glasgow.

SAWERS--BOYLAND -- November 9, at Ravenhill Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. Dr. Workman, Thomas, second son of the late Thomas Sawers, Glasgow, to Sarah, daughter of the late John Boyland, Broomhedge, Lisburn.


HOUSTON -- November 9, at the residence of her brother, Coleraine Academical Institution, Margaret G. Houston, Principal of the Ladies' School, Cookstown. Funeral private. No flowers, by her special request.

PARKE -- November 7, at Mount Temple, Moneygold, County Sligo, Edward A. Parke, aged 82 years.

STANFORD -- November 8, at her residence, Main Street, Gorey, Elizabeth, widow of the late William Stanford.

STUART -- November 7, at Maulside, Farquhar Road, Norwood, John Walter Robert Stuart, eldest son of the late General J. R. Stuart, C.B., aged 57.


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Northern Whig - Friday, 11 November 1910


CLARK WILSON -- At 18, College Crescent, Swiss Cottage, London, N.W., the wife of J. Clark Wilson, M.D., M.R.C.P., of a daughter.

M'KENDRICK -- November 9, at 2, Buckingham Terrace, Glasgow, the wife of John Souttar M'Kendrick, M.D. -- a daughter.


ARMYTAGE MOORE--MATHIESON -- On 10th November, at Holy Trinity Church, Brompton, London, S.W., by the Bishop of Down, assisted by the Rev. A. W. Gough, Vicar, Hugh Armytage Moore, of Rowallane, Saintfield, County Down, eldest son of the late William Armytage Moore, and of Mrs. Frank Hardcastle, of 115a, Sloane Street, S.W., to Jane Christian, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mathieson, of 50, Prine's Gate, S.W.

MARTIN--HOGG -- November 9, at Belmont Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. JOhn MacDermott, M.A., D.D., Dr. Joseph Martin, Lorneville, Albertbridge Road, to Annie J., daughter of William Hogg, "The Hollies," North Road, both of Belfast.

M'CORMICK--FitzGERALD -- November 9, at St. John's Church, Sligo, by the Rev. Canon M'Cormick, D.D. (father of the bridegroom), assisted by the Very Rev. ythe Dean of Elphin, Rector of the Parish, Howard M'Neile M'Cormick, B.A., Solicitor, Sligo, to Mabel Irvine, younger daughter of the late Cochran Davys, Clerk of the Crown and Peace, Sligo, and widow of the late James FitzGerald, LL.B., Cairnsfoot, Sligo.


BOYD -- November 10, at Chichester Villa, Whitehead, Gladys Porter, dearly-beloved child of John and Annie Boyd. Funeral private.

HOUSTON -- November 9, at the residence of her brother, Coleraine Academical Institution, Margaret G. Houston, Principal of the Ladies' School, Cookstown. Funeral private. No flowers, by her special request.

LEECH -- November 5, at Oughterard, County Galway, George Leech, ex-Sergeant R.I.C.

SANDERS -- November 8, at St, Aidan's Manse, Melrose, Rev. Robert Sanders, B.D., afged 65 years.

SHEEHAN -- November 8, at his residence, 9, William Street, Waterford, John Barron Sheehan, retired County Inspector R.I.C.

TATLOW -- November 9, at Clonard, Templars Avenue, Golder's Green, London, Ethne, elder daughter of the Rev. Tissington Tatlow, General Secretary of the Student Christian Movement of Great Britain and Ireland, aged three years.

TAYLOR -- November 10, at her residence, Gregorlough, Dromore, after a lingering illness patiently borne, Eliza Jane (Lizzie), dearly-beloved wife of Thomas John Taylor, aged 24 years. Her remains will be removed from above address, for interment in the family burying-ground, Dromore, to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at one o'clock. THOMAS JOHN TAYLOR.


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Northern Whig - Saturday, 12 November 1910


BRAITHWAITE -- November 7, at Grimsargh, Preston, the wife of Captain F. J. Braithwaite, the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, of a son.

M'ILHAGA -- November 9, at Courtrai, Belgium, the wife of W. J. M'Ilhaga -- a daughter.

WHITE -- November 10, at 16, St. Patrick's Place, Cork, the wife of Captain E. S. White, Coomhola, Bantry, of a daughter (stillborn).


BURNETT--MABILLE -- October 12, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Johannesburg, South Africa, by the Rev. J. Burnett (father of the bridegroom), and the Rev. Mr. Spenser, Heidelburg, Dr. Thomas Gregory Burnett, Johannesburg, to Jacqueline Adele, younger daughter of the Rev. E. Mabille, Johannesburg.

KINCAID--BROWN -- November 8, at New Orleans, Herbert Edward Kinkaid, of Los Angeles, California, younger son of the late J. Stewart Kincaid, 4, Aylesbury Road, Dublin, to Belle, only daughter of the late Dr. Samuel Brown, of Chester, and Mrs. Brown, 38, Park Road, Hastings.

MACKENZIE--MILLER -- November 9, at the Holy Trinity Cathedral, Shanghai, by the Dean, Rev. Alexander Ramsay Mackenzie, B.D., United Free Church of Scotland Mission, Liaoyang, Manchuria, to Eliza J. (Ellie) Miller, M.B., Ch.B. Liaoyang, eldest daughter of Dr. Alexander Miller, Crosshill, Glasgow.


BLAKENEY -- November 9, at 2, Paragon Parade, Cheltenham, Edward Blakeney, late of Bath, fourth son of the late John Henry Blakeney, J.P. and D.L., of Abbert, County Galway, in his 80tb year.

JONES -- November 10, at her residence, Auburn Villa, Howth Road, Clontarf, Emily Frances, beloved wife of Christopher Jones, M.R.C.V.S., Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction, Ireland, daughter of the late Philip Jackson Welsh, Bank of Ireland, Dublin.

MACKAY -- November 9, at 22, Allan Park, Stirling, in his 82nd year, Rev. Donald Mackay, late of Gaelic Church, Rothesay.

MUNN -- November 11, at his residence, 112, High Street, Holywood, Samuel Watson Munn. Funeral to Holywood Cemetery on Monday, 14th inst., at 9 a.m.

M'LEES -- On 11th inst. at his residence, Pembroke, Derryvolgie Avenue, Belfast, James M'Lees. Funeral strictly private.

STOKER -- November 10, at 39, Waterloo Place, Dublin, Emily, wife of Sir Thornley Stocker.


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Northern Whig - Monday, 14 November 1910


ROSS -- November 5, at the Waverley Hotel, Sackville Street, Dublin, the wife of Robert Ross, of a son.

STEWART-JONES -- November 10, at Southover Grange, Lewes, the wife of Thorold A. Stewart-Jones, of a daughter.


CLARKE--GREGORY -- November 3, at the Church of St. John the Baptist, Handikun, India, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Nagpor, Richard Charles Bolingbroke, son of the late Rev. R. C. Clarke, B.A., Rector of Ballinamore, County Leotrim, and also formerly Lieutenant in the 100th Regiment (now Royal Canadians), to Eleanor, eldest daughter of Samuel Gregory, Garawood, Caerphilly, Glam.

GLOVER--CARTLAND -- November 9, at the Cathedral, Rangoon, Richard Clarke Glover, M.R.C.V.S., eldest son of Richard Glover, F.R.C.V.S., of Romford Road, Stratford, to Alice Maude, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Cartland.


BAIRD -- November 11, at Whitechurch, Ballywalter, William Baird, in his 92nd year. His remains will be removed from his late residence, for interment in the family burying-ground, Whitechurch, this (Monday) afternoon,, at two o'clock. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. AGNES JANE BAIRD.

BEATTY -- November 11, at her residence, Carrickaneena House, County Louth, Charlotte Anne M'Neale, fourth and last surviving daughter of the late Dr. Pakenham Beatty.

CAIRNS -- November 12, 1910, the very dearly-beloved wife of William Cairns, Clearstream, Ballysillan. Funeral private.

DOUGLAS -- November 12, at Dervock, County Antrim, Millicent M. A. Douglas, youngest daughter of the late Charles Douglas, of Dervock.

GRAHAM -- November 12, at her residence, 88, Fitzroy Avenue, Emma, second daughter of the late James Graham. Funeral private.

KELLY -- November 13, at her residence, Main Street, Ballymoney, Jane Small, relict of the late Hugh Kelly. Funeral to the Old Church Burying-ground to-morrow (Tuesday, 15th inst,), at two o'clock. Wm. S. KELLY.

M'CARTHY -- November 10, at Ballygally, John Courtenay M'Carthy, of The Villa, Lismore.

NEWLAND -- At Leamington, the Rev. Henry Newland, M.A., T.C.D., of Boley, County Wicklow, at an advanced age.

ROBINSON -- November 13, at her residence, Leverogue, Margaret Thompson, wife of James Robinson. Funeral to the family burying-ground, Ballylesson, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 a.m. JAMES ROBINSON.


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