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DEATHS

DEATHS

always picks the best. OUTNRIE—In loving memory of my only sister. ANNR DOPOTXT. died 21st December. 1918.—Very sadly missed. Edith HADDOCK—Cherished memor!es of my Mother, died 21st December. 1946.—Longed for always by her loving Daughter. Boninlaw and
December 21, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TAXI! PHONE 2 74.44

TAXI! PHONE 2 74.44

ISABELLA bli*w. House and tuneral private. Al rest. •MTTM—December 2u. 1949 Madden:P. at Mr reticence, 10 litondua Street. EDITH interment aotme later.—Deeply reVirted o—The W.P.. Ofncerr and Members of the beaalde Lodge 614/9 regret the death of the were
December 20, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEGAL NOTICES

LEGAL NOTICES

Street. Belfast Belfast EDITH M HOUSTON. Shorthand Typist. 11. Chichester street. Belfast Signed the Robert Cecil Taggart in the presence of;— R. C. TAGGART. J TERENCE FARRELL. Solicitor. 11. Chichester Street. Belfast EDITH M HOUSTON. Shorthand Typist
December 17, 1949 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
legal notices

legal notices

George Baird and RO D^d C s«y Dec., 1919. In the presence of— J. TERENCE FARRELaL. Solicitor. 11. Chichester St., Belfast. EDITH M. HOUSTON. Shorthand Typist. 11. Chichester Street. Belfast. Signed by the said ROBERT CECIL TAGGART In the presence of— J
December 17, 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEASING OF PLOT OF GROUND.

LEASING OF PLOT OF GROUND.

Lng allowed to accumulate in the River ,Leitrim. The matter had not previously come before the Commissioners. STUDENT. Mi ss Edith J. Carney, a student of 17etsersity College. Dublin. and where she read a very distinguished course wee successful at the recent
December 17, 1949 - Wicklow People - Wicklow, Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 
IN MEMORIAM. FARQUHAR —ln loving memory of our dear brother, Richard. who was called away on 15th Dec., 1943; also

IN MEMORIAM. FARQUHAR —ln loving memory of our dear brother, Richard. who was called away on 15th Dec., 1943; also

GREENLEE—In fond and loving memory of my dear sister, Rachel, who passed away 17th Dec.. 1943. Sadly missed by her loving sister, Edith, 13 Mandeville St.. Portadown•. cannot forget her. I loved her so dear, Her memory grows sweeter year after year; She cannot
December 17, 1949 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
"THE WINSLOW BOY"

"THE WINSLOW BOY"

capably portrayed by Austin Stewart, and he was well supported by Isobel Gamble. as his daughter Catherine. Edith Birch was excellent as the maid and Edith M'Clintock acted with swill in the role of Grace Winslow. Others in the cast were George Chartres. Richard
December 16, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Notice of Application to Quortor Son!one for a Putollcon Lioonoo. AN ORDINARY LICENCE. ClRS.—Take Notice that it the O intention

Notice of Application to Quortor Son!one for a Putollcon Lioonoo. AN ORDINARY LICENCE. ClRS.—Take Notice that it the O intention

Quortor Son!one for a Putollcon Lioonoo. AN ORDINARY LICENCE. ClRS.—Take Notice that it the O intention of the undersigned Edith Carson formerly of No. 1 Church Street. Antrim, in the County of Antrim, but now of “Carburrow. Townparks, Ballymena Road.
December 16, 1949 - Ballymena Weekly Telegraph - Ballymena, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE CLARENCE PLAYERS

THE CLARENCE PLAYERS

stake in the play, was p’ayed by Richard Alexander, and hi* father by Austin Stewart. Other members of the cast were Edith Birch, Edith M'Cllntock. Tsobel Gamble, David Grant. Frank Davison, Denys Kingston. Daphne Bunting. Hilton Kelly and George Chartres
December 16, 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEGAL NOTICES

LEGAL NOTICES

Chichester Street, Belfast. Edith M. Houston. Shorthand-Typist, 11 Chichester Street. Belfast. Signed b 7 the said Robert Cecil Tendert, in the presence of: J. Terence Farrell. Solicitor. 11 Chichester fast. Street. Bel Edith M. Houston. Shorthand-Typist
December 16, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland