Belfast Newsletter - Friday, 15 May 1908


Announcements under this heading are charged 2s 6d for 35 words, and 6d for every 7 words additional. Each announcement must be prepaid and authenticated.


PILKINGTON -- May 10, at Windle Hall, St. Helens, Lancashire, the wife of A. R. Pilkington, of a son.

WALDER -- May 13, at Ovoca, Lisburn Road, the wife of the Rev. E. Walker, M.A., of a son.


BOLAM--TAMPLIN -- May 11, at the Parish church, Gorleston, by the Rev. F. Phillips, Frank S., youngest son of the late T. Bolam, of Worcester, to Dorothy A., only child of Mrs. Tamplin, The Cottage, Gorleston.

HEDLEY--HORNUNG -- May 6, at St. Barnabas' Church, Addison Road, London, W., by the Rev. H. H. Lowe, Vicar, assisted by the Rev. A. A. Wilkinson and Rev. W. St. John Field (uncles of the bride), Illtyd, fifth sin of Dr. and Mrs. Hedley, Cleveland Lodge, Middlesbrough, to Margaret G., younger daughter of Theodore Hornung, 143, Oakwood Court, Kensington, London, W.


ANKETELL -- May 8, Augusta, youngest daughter of the late Matthew John Anketell, D.L., of Anketell Grove, Co. Monaghan, and Catherine Anne Frances, daughter of the Lady Selina Ker.

CHAMBERS -- May 13, at Limavady, John T. R. Chambers, Manager of the Northern Bank, son of the late Rev. Robert Chambers, Elmview, Fintona. Funeral to leave Limavady to-morrow (Saturday) morning, at 10-30, by road, for Derry.

DENNISON -- May 13, at her residence, 117, Cliftonpark Avenue, Belfast, Mary, widow of the late Thomas Dennison, aged 87 years. Funeral private. No flowers.

HERON -- May 14, at Sunnybank, Armagh, Eileen Maud, youngest daughter of A. G. and M. Heron. Funeral to New Presbyterian Cemetery on Sunday afternoon, 17th inst., at three o'clock.

HODGE -- May 13, at the residence of her uncle, Mr. John Irwin, 4, Tantallon Terrace, Ibrox, Glasgow, Eliza Morteland, second daughter of John Hodge, Martello Terrace, Holywood.

LINDSAY -- May 14, at his residence, Saintfield, Alexander Lindsay. His remains will he removed for interment in the family burying-ground, First Saintfield, to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at four o'clock.

M'ILWAINE -- May 13, at her residence, Saintfield, Mary, the beloved wife of James M'Ilwaine. Interment in the family burying-ground, Episcopal Churchyard, Saintfield, this (Friday) afternoon, at four o'clock.

RENNIX -- May 14, at his residence, 29, Tate's Avenue, William Rennix (Inspector G.N.R., Belfast, Goods Department), dearly-beloved husband of Mary J. Rennix. Notice of interment in to-morrow's paper. MARY J. RENNIX.

SIMPSON -- May 13 (suddenly), at Adelaide Hospital, Dublin, Thomas, dearly-beloved son of James and Henrietta Simpson. His remains will be removed from his late residence, 65, Tate's Avenue, for interment in City Cemetery, to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at three o'clock. Friends will please accept this intimation. JAMES AND HENRIETTA SIMPSON.

MASONIC The members of The Richard Irvine Masonic Lodge No. 255 and other brethren are requested to attend the funeral of our late brother, Thomas Simpson. GEORGE A. BENNETT. W.M.; J. D. FORSYTHE, P.M., Secretary.

WHITE -- May 14, at his residence, Crossnacreevy, James White, aged 85 years. Funeral to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, at four o'clock, for interment in the family burying-ground, Gilnahirk. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation. W. R. WHITE.


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Belfast Newsletter - Thursday, 21 May 1908


COCKRILL -- May 19, at New Ross, Co. Wexford, the wife of John Cockrill, of a son.

KANE -- May 11, at Lantoka, Fijii Islands, the wife of R. R. Kane, of a son.


GALBRAITH--BOLTON -- May 14, at Carlisle Road Presbyterian Church, Londonderry, by the Rev. John Huey, M.A., B.D., assisted by the Rev. W. Scott, M.A., Convoy, and the Rev. S. Ferguson, M.A., Faughan, James Galbraith, Newtowncunningham, to Louise, youngest daughter of Sloan Bolton, Moneysallin House, Kilrea.

HALL--PYE -- May 1, at St. George's Church, Montreal, Canada, by Rev. H. R. Stevenson, M.A., Herbert F., youngest son of F. W. C. Hall, Synge Street, Dublin, to Hilda F., only daughter of the late George Pye, London, England.


BOLTON -- May 19, 1908, at 14, Lower Crescent, George, the second son of John Bolton, Roxburghshire. Funeral from Harrington, Farnham Road, Bangor, to-day (Thursday), at 11 a.m., for interment in New Cemetery, Bangor. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.

CLEGG -- May 20, at her residence, 37, Pomona Avenue, Elizabeth, the dearly-beloved wife of David Clegg. Funeral private. Cork papers please copy.

CROSS -- May 19, at 15, High Street, Lurgan, Annie, widow of the late Surgeon-Major Richard Hamilton Cross, and youngest daughter of the late John Johnston, of Lurgan. Her remains will be removed from her late residence at 9.15 a.m. to-morrow (Friday) to the Great Northern Railway Station, for interment in Movilla Cemetery, reaching Newtownards about 2 p.m. No flowers, by request.

HOLDEN -- May 19, at his residence, Ballykeel, Larne, Thomas Holden, senior. His remains will be removed for interment in Kilwaughter Cemetery, to-morrow (Friday), at twelve o'clock noon. No flowers.

In Memoriam

BELL -- In loving remembrance of Minnie, daughter of John Artbur Bell, Shane's Castle, Antrim, who died May 21st, 1898. Ever remembered. Comber, May 21st, 1908. ANNIE GRACEY.

SCOTT -- In loving memory of our dear son, Samuel Johnston, who died 21st May, 1903, and was interred in the City Cemetery. EDWARD and SARA SCOTT. 1, Rossmore Terrace, Ormeau Road.


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