Northern Whig - 19 November 1914


HARVEY -- November 15, at 62, Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, to Dr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Harvey -- a daughter.

HENDERSON -- November 11, at Ranfurly Lodge, Bridge of Weir, to Dr. and Mrs. Henderson -- a daughter.


HAGAN--KAIN -- November 17, by special licence, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rev. David Steen, B.A., William Samuel Hagan, Castleton, Islandmagee, Engineer, Union Castle Line, to Wilhelmina, younger daughter of the late William Kain, Ballystrudder House, Islandmagee.

HAMILTON--SEEVWRIGHT -- November 17, at St. Paul's United Free Church, Dundee, by Rev. James Weatherhead, B.D., the Rev. William H. Hamilton, M.A., Westbourne United Free Church, Barrhead, to Nan, fourth daughter of John Seevwright, Cleveland, Ohio.

NEWELL--MORRISON -- November 18, at Eglinton Street Presbyterian Church, Belfast, by Rev. J. H. Morton, assisted by Rev. R. J. A. Morrison, Creggan (brother of the bride), Rev. K. J. Newell, Newtownhamilton, County Armagh, to Claire, younger daughter of G. T. Morrison, Main Street, Ballymoney, County Antrim.


CRAIG -- November 17, at 27, Wellington Square, Ayr, Grace, youngest daughter of the late William Craig.

MacWILLIAM -- November 16th, 1914, at her residence, Ballynure, Mary Eliza, the beloved wife of W. A. MacWilliam, M.B. Her remains will be removed for interment in Raloo Burying-ground, this day (Thursday), 19th inst., at eleven a.m. Friends will please accept this (the only) intimation.

SMITH -- November 18, 1914, at her residence, 103, South Parade, Elizabeth, relict of the late Alexander Smith., Designer. Interment in the City Cemetery to-morrow (Friday) morning, 20th inst., at eleven o'clock. ROBERT SMITH>.

WELLWOOD -- November 18, 1914, at his residence, Garvoch, Knock, William Wellwood, in his ninety-first year. Funeral private.

WRIGHT -- November 18th, at her residence, Ballintaggart, Loughbrickland, Hessie, the beloved wife of Arthur Wright. Funeral to Rathfriland on to-morrow (Friday) the 20th inst., at eleven o'clock.

Killed in Action

WRIGHT -- October 30, killed at the battle of Ypres, Captain Hugh H. N. Wright, 2nd Battalion 8th Gurkha Rifles, dearly-loved son of Mrs. Frederick Wright, of Kilcor Castle, Fermoy, County Cork, and of the late Frederick Wright of the Berar Police, India.


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