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WEST CORNWALL FUNERALS.

WEST CORNWALL FUNERALS.

f ; wreath. "In loving memory of Aunt Edith, 1 ' from vers and children, London™wreato it lovmg memory of Aunt Edith" tt and Garfield; spray, "In Edith," from Nic-kie, Lily, Olive, Wherry town; wreath, To ' Edith," <^ n ,, ber * r °khy, and Susiewreath
June 13, 1940 - Cornishman - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
Section 1 and 11.

Section 1 and 11.

Nasturtiums (double)-1 and 2 Mrs Grant, 3 Edith Paterson. Nemesia! and .3 Elsie Findlater, 2 Mrs Dews. Pansies-1 and 3 T. P. Harcus, 2 M. Matches. Pinks--1 and 3 Edith Paterson, 2T. P. Harcus. Roses-1 and 2 Edith Paterson, 3 J. Sinclair, Kierfiold. Shirley
August 17, 1948 - Orkney Herald, and Weekly Advertiser and Gazette for the Orkney & Zetland Islands - Kirkwall, Orkney, Scotland
 
CRANSTOUN.

CRANSTOUN.

s he was expected to stood patiently by and torn the leaves fee EdithEdith, who had "run through?' the thing once or twice. and who would stumble wretchedly over every note. "Hut.. Edith." he.itated Kat e , thick it souls' be letter .1 I - - "Nonsense
January 23, 1941 - Dalkeith Advertiser - Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland
 
" CONSPIRACY " TO ROB HARRODS Fulham Mother Sent to Gaol THREE EMPLOYEES FINED I At Westminster l'olioe Court before

" CONSPIRACY " TO ROB HARRODS Fulham Mother Sent to Gaol THREE EMPLOYEES FINED I At Westminster l'olioe Court before

her employers, and Edith Fuller was charged with receiving it. Amelia Frazer (29), shop assistant, 39 Rosaline-road, Fulham. was charged with stealing *lb. of tea and lib. of sugar, worth 11d., belonging to Hagrods, her employers. Edith Fuller was i charged
May 15, 1942 - Fulham Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Cousin Edith

Cousin Edith

Cousin Edith I HAVE a great admiration for mj cousin Edith. 'She is the only woman I know who has a man's self-reliance com bined with womanlv looks and charm Left penniless ai any work, Edith herself a ob as a dc Somehow she steadily saved m< opened
December 31, 1941 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 

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EDITH MARY CAMPBELL

EDITH MARY CAMPBELL

loving remembrance of dear little Edith Mary from Auntie Maine. Cousins John. Norma and Edith: In ever loving remembrance little Edith from Auntie Kate and Uncle Charlie: In loving remembrance of darling Edith from George and Auntie Isa: “For such is t
March 14, 1940 - The Berwick Advertiser - Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, England
 
IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

lov> Daughter AMY and WILL. Grandchild JIM. ALFIE, HAROLD. EDITH, WALLY. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS, Mon., Feb. 28, 1944. * GANE. Beautiful memories, silently treasured by her loving Daughter EDITH and Son-in-law HAROLD (U.M.P.). GREEN.—Loving memories of
February 28, 1944 - Manchester Evening News - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ousin spotted the trouble at once. Edith was only getting what he called 2nd Group Sleep. It appears that there

ousin spotted the trouble at once. Edith was only getting what he called 2nd Group Sleep. It appears that there

the trouble at once. Edith was only getting what he called 2nd Group Sleep. It appears that there are three siccp groups. People who suffer from actual insomnia are in the 3rd Sleep Group. The 2nd Group are the people, liko Edith, who sleep long enough
December 7, 1941 - The People - London, London, England
 
fousin I HAVE a great admiration for my cousin Edith. She is the only woman I know who has a

fousin I HAVE a great admiration for my cousin Edith. She is the only woman I know who has a

fousin I HAVE a great admiration for my cousin Edith. She is the only woman I know who has a man’s self-reliance combined with womanly looks and charm. Left penniless and untrained for any work. Edith herself a job a Somehow she beca, steadily saved mr
December 23, 1941 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
E OW AW*S-B ATTUM.

E OW AW*S-B ATTUM.

; wild others. ITadettakers : Nelson Co-op. Funeral Service. Mrs. Edith A. Kirkby. At Wheatley lane, on Tuesday, the interment took piece of the late Mrs. Edith Annie Kirkby, 20. Edith Street. Nelson, whose death at the age of 63 years, took place on
April 2, 1948 - Nelson Leader - Nelson, Lancashire, England