Belfast Newsletter - Friday, 19 January 1923


BARRON -- January 11, 1923, at 8, Chichester Avenue, the wife of Robert Barron, of a daughter.

GOODWIN -- January 13, 1923, at "The Olives" Nursing Home, Belfast, to Lieut.-Colonel and Mrs. W. R. Goodwin -- a son.


ANDERSON--BROWNLIE -- December 13, 1922 at Duncairn Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. J. Pyper, B.A. -- Ove, only son of Mr. and Mrs Anderson, Kolind, Denmark, to Marion, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Brownlie, 21, Atlantic Avenue, Belfast.

COULTER--DALY -- December 27, 1922, at St. John's Church, Cove, Hants, by the Rev. J. R. Hale, M.A., assisted by the Rev. F. A. G. Leveson-Gower, M.A., and the Rev. Alan Watson, M.A. -- Francis Clements Coulter, M.A., T.C.D., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Coulter, "Crieve," Strandtown, Belfast, to Constance Isabella, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Arthur Creagh Daly, Kilmacud House, Stillorgan, County Dublin, and Mrs. Creagh Daly, "Holmbrook," Cove, Hants.

WALLACE--KILLEN -- January 17, 1923, at First Presbyterian Church Carrickfergus, by Rev. A. Cuthbert, M.A. -- Norman Hay, second son of Hugh Wallace, Dublin, to Mary Jane Shaw, elder daughter of the late Dr. Samuel Killen, Carrickfergus.


BLACK -- January 17, at his residence, 15, College Gardens, Belfast, John Black. Funeral private. No flowers.

BOYLE -- January 17, 1923, at her residence, 5, North Street, Newtownards, Grace, relict of James Boyle, jun., Castle Place, Newtownards. The remains of our beloved mother will be removed for interment in Movilla Cemetery to-day (Friday), 19th. inst., at 3 p.m. Deeply regretted. JOHN BOYLE, STANLEY and JENNIE BLACKHALL.

BUNTING -- January 18, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Elizabeth, second beloved daughter of Maurice Bunting, Whiteabbey. Funeral from Hospital to-morrow (Saturday), 20th, to Carnmoney, arriving Station Corner about 2 o'clock. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Father, Mother, Sisters and Brothers.

CAMPBELL -- January 18, 1923, at his residence, Willowdene, King's Road, Knock, John, beloved husband of Mary Campbell. Funeral arrangements later.

COULSON -- January 16, 1923, at Clones, Mary Ellen, wife of James Coulson, Drumyarkin, Drum, County Monaghan. Funeral took place on 17th January, 1923, to family burying-ground at Dartrey. Deeply regretted by sorrowing Husband, Daughter, and Sons; also by her Father, Sisters and Brothers. "Safe in the arms of Jesus."

MARTIN -- January 18, 1923, at her father's residence, Orchard vale, Ballykeel, Dromore, Mary Anna Sarah Campbell Martin (Mabel), aged 12, dearly-beloved and only daughter of Robert and Minnie P. Martin. Funeral to-morrow (Saturday), at 2 o'clock, to First Dromara Presbyterian Burying-ground. Deeply regretted and sadly mourned. ROBERT MARTIN.

M'FEE -- January 18, at her residence, 2, Castleton Gardens, Ann Jane, sole survivor of the late Arthur M'Fee, Monkstown. Funeral private. No flowers.

REYNOLDS -- January 18, 1923, at his residence, 79, Marlborough Park North, Belfast, T. W. Reynolds, aged 78 years. Funeral, by motor, to-morrow (Saturday), to Dungannon Cemetery, arriving about 1-30.

STUART -- January 17, 1923, at Eastburn, Ballymoney, Audrey Dorothea Jean, infant daughter of John Kerr and Dorothie Stuart. Funeral private.

WILSON -- January 17, 1923, at her residence, Ballyedward, Magheramorne, Sarah, dearly-beloved wife of Samuel Wilson. Her remains will be removed for interment, at 2 o'clock p.m. to-day (Friday), for Ballycarry Churchyard. No flowers, by request. SAMUEL WILSON.


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