ABBOTT – June 1, 1933, at Whitehave Hospital St. Bees, Cumberland, Nina Frances, eldest daughter of the late Venerable D.C. Abbott, D.D. Archdeacon at Clogher.
BARTLEY - September 4, at the Manse, Ballycarry, Mary Jane, wife of Rev. Thomas Bartley, eldest daughter of E. Gilmore, Crossmaglen. Funeral to Ballycarry at two o'clock this day (Saturday).
Brown - October 14, 1936, at his residence, Killynure House, Milford, Armagh, George, third son of the late Thompson Brown, J.P., and Elizabeth Brown. Funeral private. No flowers.
Brown – January 5, at Killynure House, Armagh. Mary, second daughter of the late Thompson and Elizabeth Brown. Funeral strictly private. No flowers.
BROWN – August 28, 1942, at Killynure House, Armagh, Thompson, eldest son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Thompson Brown. Funeral strictly private. No flowers.
MR. W. CALVERT, ARMAGH
CALVERT - June 13, 1937, at his residence, St. Mark's Place, The Mall, Armagh, William the dearly-loved Husband of Elizabeth Calvert. House and funeral private.
Coulter – September 10, 1928 at her residence, Seatown House, Dundalk, in her 86th year, Elizabeth, widow of Joseph Arthur Coulter, and relict of William Henry McCulloch, and only daughter of the late John MacDowell, all of Dundalk. Funeral private, by her own wish. No Flowers.
Coulter - January 23, 1931, at 27, Seaview Terrace, Warrenpoint, Co. Down, Edith Treweek Coulter, second daughter of the late Joseph Arthur and Elizabeth Coulter, Dundalk. Funeral private.
Coulter: TRAGIC DISCOVERY IN WARRENPOINT
DICKIE June 1, 1933, suddenly of heart failure, Alexander Alfred Dickie, Roachdale, Dundalk. Funeral (strictly private) to Kane this day (Monday). Belfast papers please copy.
GILLMER – June 1, 1927 at Auckland, James Birch Gillmer, late of Mayfield, Dromora, County Down, Ireland, beloved father of Mary Leedon in his 31st (sic) year. Interred at Hillsborough Cemetery, Aukland, New Zealand.
GILMORE - July 24, 1942, at Freeduff, Cullyhanna, Sarah, widow of Eliezer Gilmore, Licscalgot House, Crossmaglen, in her 95th year. Funeral private. No flowers or mourning.
Gilmore - June 8, 1939 at the Cantonal Hospital, Lausanne, Thomas Jackson Gilmore, M.B. (Edinburgh), of Stoke-on-Trent, Internment, Lausanne. No mourning, by request.
GILMORE - June 8, 1939, at Lausanne, Thomas Jackson Gilmore, M.B., Ch.B., of Albert House, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, England, youngest son of the late E. Gilmore, Liscalgot House, Crossmaglen, and of Mrs. S. Gilmore, 105 Vernon Ave, Clontarf. Interment at Lausanne, Switzerland. No mourning, by his request.
Griffin-Atkinson – July 4, 1936 at Shaughnessy United Church, Vancouver, Canada by Rev H. Smith, DD – Captain Philip George Griffin, late Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) son of the late Mr. John Gilmore Griffin, Newry, and Mrs.Griffin, Toronto to Florence Marie Atkinson, R.N. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Atkinson, Claresholm, Alberta, Canada.
Griffin-Davidson – October 15 at St. Clement’s Church, North Toronto, by Rev Canon Fidler – Gerald Walter, youngest son of the late John Gilmore Griffin, Newry, and Mrs. Griffin, Toronto, to Marguerite Palmer, daughter of Captain J.R. and Mrs. Davidson, Glen Goval, Methel Scotland. (NOTE 1929 is the date of the wedding announcement which follows)
Griffin-Govier – June 25, at St. James Square United Church, Toronto, Canada, John Pelan, second son of the late John Gilmore Griffin, Newry, and Mrs. Griffin, Toronto, to Ethel Adella, daughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. R.A. Givier, Clinton Ontario.
GRIFFIN – On 6th October, 1932 at the private Pavillion to Mr. And Mrs. Gerald Griffin (née Marguerite Davidson) 168 Courcelette road, a son, Michael Philip.
HARTIGAN - June 28, 1938, at Oatlands Park Hotel, Weybridge Surrey, Florence Gertrude Hartigan, widow of William Hartigan.
MARRIAGE HOUSTON-BAYNE May 27, 1939 at the Peak Church, Hong Kong by the very Reverend J.L. Wilson, M.A. Dean of Hong Kong, Thomas Jackson Houston, B.A. (Cantab), Colonial Administrative Service, only son of Mr. And Mrs. J.K. Houston, 14 St. Jude’s Avenue, Belfast to Margaret Emilie Sloane, M.A. L.L.B., younger daughter of John S. Bayne, W.S. and Mrs. Bayne, Edinburgh.
OBITUARY – DIED IN HONG KONG Mr. And Mrs. J.K. Houston, 14 St. Jude’s Avenue have been informed of the death, in a camp at Hong Kong, of their son, Mr. T.J. Houston, B.A. of the Colonial Administrative Service. Mr. Houston had a brilliant scholastic career and in 1934 won a Mathematical Wrangleship in the Cambridge University Tripos examinations. He was a pupil at Methodist College and gained exhibitions in both his Junior and Senior Certificate examinations. He entered Queens University in 1930 and two years later was awardeda Major Scholarship at Christ’s College, Cambridge. In June 1933, he obtained a first-class honours degree in mathematics and mathematical physics at Queen’s University.
HOUSTON - In camp at Hong Kong, Thomas Jackson, B.A. Cantab., Colonial Administrative Service, son of Mr. And Mrs. J.E. Houston, 14 St. Jude’s Avenue, Belfast.
MR. H. CURRIE AND MISS M.J. JACKSON A marriage has been arranged, and will shortly take place, between Herbert Currie, son of the late Mr. H.S. Currie and of Mrs. B.M. Bowater, of Abbots Close, Wonersh, Surrey, and Meryl Julian, twin daughter of Major and Mrs. G.J. Jackson of Great Posbrooke, Tichfield, Hants. THE TIMES, FEBRUARY 25, 1939
JACKSON - October 29, 1929, at his residence, Forstertown, Trim, Andrew C.B. Jackson, third son of the late David Jackson, Urker Lodge, Crossmaglen, in his 84th year. Funeral tomorrow (Thursday), 2 o’clock, to Trim Churchyard.
JACKSON – July 18, 1932, at Forstertown, Trim, Molly wife of T.D.
Jackson. Funeral tomorrow (Wednesday), 2 o’clock to Trim.
McBride - February 20, 1939, Dr. William Scott McBride, Crossmaglen, Co Armagh, Medical Officer of Crossmaglen Dispensary District, aged 77 years. Funeral tomorrow (Wednesday) at 1p.m., to Forkhill. No flowers. Deeply regretted by his wife and family.
DR W. SCOTT McBRIDE
McBRIDE and WILKINSON – July 2, 1940, at Tewkesbury Abbey, Glocestershire, Lieutenant William Scott McBride, R.A.M.C., only son of the late Dr. William S. McBride and Mrs. McBride, Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh to Ethel Inga Earle Wilkinson, only child of the late Arthur Wilkinson and Mrs. Bruce-Robinson, and grand-daughter of the late John Large Wilkinson, of Sefton Park, Liverpool
MENARY - January 17, at her residence, Armagh-Breague, Keady, Agnes, widow of Alexander MENARY, aged 81 years. Funeral on the Sabbath, 20th inst., at 2:30 p.m. to Clarkesbridge.
MENARY - July 28, 1942, at her residence, Edenykennedy House, Markethill. Mary Jane, beloved wife of Robert Menary. Funeral tomorrow (Thursday), at 3 pm to Cladymore Presbyterian Church. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing husband and Family.
A SILVER JUBILEE bridge and tea was held this afternoon by the Veterans of the 1866 Chapter I.O.D.E. at Sherbourne House Club. Guests were received by Mrs. H.F. Rykert, regent and Miss E.C. Menary and Mrs. Alfred Engers, vice-regents. A feature was the presentation by Mrs. W.B. Horkins, Municipal regent, of life memberships and pins to Miss. C.M. Briggs, retiring regent, and Miss E.C. Menary, who was secretary for 12 years. Twenty-five table were played. Tea hostesses were Mrs. Herbert W. Brown and Mrs. Albert Thompson. The tea table, done in Jubilee colours, was presided over by Mrs. E. W. Heward and Mrs. S.J. Turner, assisted by Mrs. Frank T. Sherk, and Aileen Herbert, Miss Adelaide Heward, Mrs. Edward Wright and Mrs. Norman Green.
OSBOURNE – On January 21, 1939, suddenly, at 23, North Road Hythe, Kent, Edward, beloved husband of Phyllis Eliza Osbourne, aged 78 years.
REAY - January 7, at a London Nursing Home, James McCabe Reay, retired Judge of the Supreme Courts of the Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States and eldest son of the late Henry Reay, of Ardee, Co. Louth, Corn Merchant. Inserted by one of his classmates.
SCOTT- May 8, 1942, at Bangor, Frances, last surviving daughter of the late Robert and Mary Scott, of Ballinode, Co. Monaghan. Funeral arrangements later.
DEATH OF MR. JAS K. TWEED - THE BOXER RISING RECALLED
TWEED – October 29, 143, at his residence, Seaview, Warrenpoint, Rev R. J. Tweed, Senior Minister of Clarkesbridge and First Newtonhamilton. Funeral tomorrow (Sunday) leaving Warrenpoint at 3 o’clock, for Knotty Ash Cemetary, Rostrevor House, private. No flowers. No mourning, by special request.
Ussher-Adams – January 12, 1942, at Abington Church, Northampton by Rev H.M. Glascow (Army Chaplain) – James Neville Butler, 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards, only son of Mr. & Mrs. Jas Ussher of Braeside, Princetown Road, Bangor, Co. Down to Rosemary Joyce, only daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Oliver Adams of Kempstone, Christchurch Road, Northampton
USSHER – October 27, 1943, at Northampton to Rosemary wife of Lieut. J.N.B. Ussher – a daughter.
WADDELL - October 7th, 1936 (suddenly) at her residence, Lisnavene House, Henrietta M. Waddell, widow of the late Alfred Hambden Waddell, and eldest daughter of the late Samuel Gilmore, M.D., Castleblayney.
The resignation of his commission in the Hongkong Volunteer Defence Corps of Captain James Francis Wright with effect from October 3, 1939, has been approved by H.E. the Governor.
WRIGHT – On June 24, 1937, suddenly at Barton End, Alton, Hants, ROBERT THOMAS WRIGHT (TIM) late of Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, Yokohama, in his 73rd year. Funeral, Frimley Parish Church, 3:30 p.m., today (Saturday). (China and Japan papers, please copy).
FUNERAL OF MR. R.T. WRIGHT OF ALTON
Mr. Robert Thomas Wright of Barton End, Alton, who died with painful
suddenness on Thursday last week in his 73rd year, was formerly connected
for nearly 43 years with the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank at Hong Kong,
Rangoon, Kobe and Yokohama, and in each of these towns he had made a wide
circle of friends, both personal and professional., by his estimable nature
and kindly disposition. He was the manager of the branch at Yokohama when
the disastrous earthquake of 1923 occurred, and he displayed heroic activities
during the terrible time which immediately followed. After setting up
the affairs consequent upon this disaster, his health gave way and he
was obliged to retire in 1925 and has since resided in Alton. His only
daughter and son-in-law are Mr. And Mrs. D.L. Newbigging of Shanghai.
MR. ROBERT T. WRIGHT
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