Belfast Newsletter - 25 March 1908


DUFF -- March 21, at Bally Bogue House, on Portrush line, Dervock P.O., Co. Antrim, to Walter and Maude Crawford Duff -- a daughter.

TIPPER -- March 23, at 16, St. Michael's Terrace, Fairview Strand, Clontarf, the wife of C. Tipper, of a son.


COOKE--BAKER -- March 21, at St. Saviour's Church, Paddington, London, by the Rev. Canon Svers, M.A., Charles, eldest son of Chas. Cooke, Architect, of Tehmina, Wenham Drive, Westcliff-on-Sea, to Gertrude A. L., eldest daughter H. R. Baker, of 115, Portadown Road, London, W.

COOPER--LAWRENCE -- March 19, at St. Paul's Church, Avenue Road, South Hampstead, A. R. Cooper, of Chepstow Place, W., son of Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, of Woodstock Road, Oxford, to Dorothy M., daughter of B. E. Lawrence. LL.D., and Mrs. Lawrence, of 12, Strathray Gardens, South Hampstead, and Dulverton, Somerset.


COLQUHOUN -- March 24, Catherine, widow of the late James Colquhoun, Castlefin.

EWING -- March 20, Mrs. M. A. Ewing, of Leamington, widow of T. J. Ewing, formerly of Donegal.

GARVIN -- March 23, at her residence, Dawson Arms Hotel, Castledawson, Elizabeth, widow of the late George R. Garvin. Her remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Castledawson, this (Wednesday) afternoon, at half-past three o'clock.

MAJOR -- By accident, at sea, on December 24th, 1907, James Major, youngest son of the late George Major, of Belfast

MARTIN -- March 24, at Sunnyside, Jordanstown, Jenny Ida Blair, dearly-loved infant daughter of David and Jenny Blair Martin, aged 7 months and 10 days. Funeral to Carnmoney Burying-ground, tomorrow (Thursday) morning, at eleven o'clock.

M'MORDIE -- March 22, at Mourn Manse, Kilkeel, County Down, Lizzie, the beloved wife of the Rev. W. M'Mordie, D.D. Funeral at Kilkeel to-morrow (Thursday), at twelve noon.

STEVENSON -- March 21, at Royal Herbert Hospital, Woolwich, Captain Thomas Herbert Stevenson, R.A.M.C., second son of William Stevenson, 2, Ravenhill Terrace, Belfast. Funeral from 2, Ravenhill Terrace, this (Wednesday) afternoon, at half pest two o'clock, for interment in Dundonald Cemetery.


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