Belfast Newsletter - Monday, 9 November 1903


DOYLE -- November 6, at 4, Cylde Road, Dublin, the wife of Charles F. Doyle, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, of a son.

TAYLOR -- November 3, 1903, the wife of Robert Taylor, Woodtown Manor, Rathfarnham, of a son.


CONSTANTINE--FISHWICK -- November 4, at St. Bartholomew's Church, Roby, near Liverpool, by the Rev. S. A. K. Sylvester, Alexander Ross Constantine, of Stamford Hill, London, to Maggie May, younger daughter of the late Thomas Bramhall Fishwick, of Liverpool and Bury, Lancashire, and of Mrs. Fishwick, Beechfield, Roby.

COWPER--CLARKE -- November 4, at St. Saviour's, Walton Street, London, by the Rev. R. H. Borradaile, uncle of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. Canon Pounden, Rector of Lisburn, Herbert Maitland Cowper, Major the Queen's Regiment, to Nora Leigh, daughter of George H. Clarke, Lisburn, County Antrim.


BELL -- November 8, at his residence, Waverley Terrace, Coleraine, Robert Bell, late of H.M. Customs aged 65 years. Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at half-past two o'clock, to Coleraine Cemetery.

DONALDSON -- November 8, 1903, at her son-in-law's residence, 11, Jennymount Terrace, Mary Donaldson, the beloved wife of William Donaldson, late of Albert Street. Her remains will be removed for interment in the City Cemetery, to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. WILLIAM DONALDSON.

GILL -- November 6, at her residence, Church Street, Holywood, Elizabeth Gill, widow of the Rev. W. J. Gill, Manchester.

M'CAMMON -- November 6, at the residence of his mother, Ardmore Terrace, Holywood, County Down, George Tisdail, second son of the late Rev. Francis M'Cammon, of Banbridge. Funeral private. No flowers, by request.

M'CAW -- November 8, at Lurgan, suddenly, Robert M'Caw. Funeral notice to-morrow. No flowers.

M'DOWELL -- November 7, 1903, at 24, Agincourt Street, Cecil James, the dearly-beloved and only son of James and Sallie M'Dowell, aged 5 years and 7 months. Funeral private. "Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away."

MORRIS -- November 6, at the residence of her brother-in-law (Maxwell Conn), Stuart Place, Anna Maria, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Morris, Dungannon. Her remains will be removed for interment in Dungannon Cemetery, this (Monday) morning, at eleven o'clock.

NAZER -- November 8, 1903, at his residence, 4, Mont Oriel, Bangor, County Down, Henry Kelly Nazer, dearly-loved husband of Bessie Nazer, aged 71 years. Interment in Bangor Cemetery, tomorrow (Tuesday) morning, at eleven o'clock.

WILLIAMS -- November 7, at 10, Mount Street, George Williams, Sen. Funeral to Ballycastle, this (Monday) morning, by 6-30 train.

In Memoriam

JOHNSON -- In loving memory of our dear mother, Amelia Johnson, who died at Fountainville House, 8th November, 1898. Interred in Drumbeg Cemetery.

MORROW -- In loving memory of Mary, the beloved wife of Samuel Morrow, Ballydorn, Killinchy, who passed away on November 8th, 1900. "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain."


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Belfast Newsletter - Tuesday, 10 November 1903


SMITH -- November 5, 1903, at Ierne, Cranmore Avenue, Belfast, to Mr. and Mrs. Smith -- a son.

TRAILL -- November 6, at Bangalore, India, the wife of Captain W. S Traill, R.E., of a son.


KNOX--DICKSON -- November 4, at Preston, by the Rev. A. G. Rawstorne, Rector of Croston, assisted by the Rev. H. S. Butler, Vicar of Preston, Charles Edward Leslie Beresford, son of Rev. C. Beresford Knox, of Northland House, Crawley, formerly Rector and Canon of Dromore, to Ethel Margaret, daughter of the late Rev. F. J. Dickson, formerly Vicar of Ribchester.

WESTROPP--WESTROPP -- November 7, at St. Mary Abbotts, Kensington, by the Rev. J. C. Pringle, Vicar of Poplar, Captain Frederick Malcolm Westropp, R.E., third surviving son of Major-General R. R. C. Westropp, late Indian Army, to Mabel Jane, only daughter of the late Hodder M. Westropp, Esq., of Rookhurst, Monkstown, Cork, and Mrs. Weatropp, of Monkstown, Cork.


BELL -- October 30, at Funchal, Maderia, Henry Mercer Bell, British Vice-Consul, second son of the late John Bell, formerly of Greenisland, County Antrim.

BRADLEY -- November 8, at Waverley Terrace, Coleraine, Thomas Carson, fourth son of the late William Bradley, C.P.S., Coleraine, aged 27 years. Funeral this day (Tuesday), at twelve-o'clock noon, to Coleraine Cemetery.

CARLISLE -- November 8, at 9, Newington Avenue, Belfast, Rose, widow of the late David Carlisle, aged 75 years. Funeral to City Cemetery, to-morrow (Wednesday) morning, at eleven o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation.

KELLY -- November 7, at Bayview Park, Kilkeel, County Down, Mary Frances Kelly, second daughter of the late Walter Kelly, Esq., formerly of 28, Lower Fitzwilliam Street, and Brook Villa, Dublin.

M'CAW -- November 6, at Lurgan, suddenly, of heart failure, Robert M'Caw, aged 72 years. Funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon, at half-past three o'clock. No flowers.

M'CULLOUGH -- November 8, at her residence, 16, Mount Charles, Sarah Louisa, wife of Alexander M'Cullough. Funeral strictly private.

M'MASTER -- November 9, 1903, at her residence, Fernville, Bangor, Ann Moore, relict of the late Robert Park M'Master, Balnamore, Ballymoney. Interment in Bangor New Cemetery, on Thursday, 12th inst, at twelve o'clock noon.

NAZER -- November 8, 1903, at his residence, 4, Mont Oriel, Bangor, County Down, Henry Kelly Naser, dearly-loved husband of Bessie Nazer, aged 71 years. Interment in Bangor Cemetery, this (Tuesday) morning, at eleven o'clock.


Mrs. R. B. Bradshaw desires to convey her sincere thanks for the very numerous letters sympathising with her in her late heavy bereavement, and regrets her inability to reply to each, but trust all will accept this acknowledgment. Lisnaskea, 7th November, 1903.


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