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How Bone* Grow

How Bone* Grow

Tilt engajjeiiiont aimounml between Vimenl 11. Bowers, 8.A., cnly son Mr. ami Mrs. K. H. KniH-kbrogan. Hamlou, Co. Cork, ami Edith Marie, only daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. C. tl Ardnra, Hillsborough. Co. Down. The engagement between Flight-Lieutenant A. 1).
December 30, 1939 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THANK&

THANK&

loving memory of our dear grand. mother. X J. Coates. who died 30th December. 1938 Ever remembered by her loving Grandchildren. EDITH, HAROLD. 195 VICTOR. COILS—In losing memory of my dear mother, Mary Coyle. who passed away 30th December. 193 g. In our hearts
December 30, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
forniei-Jy manager of the Londonderry Branch of the Hibernian Bank; Mr. C. 11. Hunter, J.P., years manager the Londonderry Branch

forniei-Jy manager of the Londonderry Branch of the Hibernian Bank; Mr. C. 11. Hunter, J.P., years manager the Londonderry Branch

and voluntary war worker and Orangewoman; Mrs. E. Flamilton, w ,le of Councillor James Flarnilton, J.P., former Mar or. Miss Edith Constance 'Murphy, sister the ’a: Rev. W. G. Murphy. M.A., curat- . i’■ ir r Cathedral from 1903 to 1912 and '.i* . rta* .
December 30, 1939 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
E RAILWAY

E RAILWAY

have—Teas Leahy, sister of the well-known Kilkenny hurting star, Terry Leahy. In the half back line is trio— Dolly Byrne, Edith Stack, and Ruby Keogh—who always play up to line form. The Beat Known Kathleen Cody—perhaps the beat known player of the club—la
December 29, 1939 - Catholic Standard - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

(the only) intimation and invitation. flowers, please. MARTIN —On the 28th December, at Font Hill, Avenue, Bournemouth West, Edith Lambert, daughter of the late Henry Matier. of ihinlanibert, Belfast, and widow the late Surgeon Captain J McCardie Martin
December 29, 1939 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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BIRTHS

BIRTHS

Churchyard, arriving about 3 p.m. Deeply regretted. Martin—December 28, 1939, at Font Hill. Cassel Avenue, Bournemouth West, Edith Lambert, daughter the late Henry Mailer, of Dunlambert, Belfast, and widow of the late Surgeon Captain f. McCardie Martin,
December 29, 1939 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ampbel Mrs. H. Whiteho H .mder. an. torn Margare Jones. cion, Mrs Jc Hoey—MC ;»t Drui the Rev. second Jloev

ampbel Mrs. H. Whiteho H .mder. an. torn Margare Jones. cion, Mrs Jc Hoey—MC ;»t Drui the Rev. second Jloev

Johnston Ormist ston, 1 Ballysh Grange Macounnursinj daught Mount Marshall dence Marsht Marsh? m., tc ing abi Martin— Cassel Edith Henry and wi Me Funers McClella residen Margai (Frida buryinj yard. McVickei Hospiti of the cally. to-day arm C at 2 o’ Patton
December 28, 1939 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
MAN'S LOST £BO SAVINGS.

MAN'S LOST £BO SAVINGS.

Fitzpatrick Sanderson (35), was remanded in custody for a week at Brighton. accused of stealing a Braille watch belonging to Edith Parrick. the widow of a St. Dunstan's man, and £BO in money belonging to a fellow orderly. Edward Wilkins. Detective-Superintendent
December 28, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BRAILLE WATCH ALSO TAKEN.

BRAILLE WATCH ALSO TAKEN.

k Sanderson (35). was remanded in custody for a week at Brighton to-day, accused of stealing a Braille watch belonging to Edith Parrick, the widow of a St. Dunstan's man, and £BO in money belonging to a fellow orderly. Edward Wilkins. Detective-Superintendent
December 27, 1939 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOLIDAY SPORT C UII.DKEN' OF Tin; EMPLOYEES OF MESEKS. NEVVFORGE, 1.T0.. PaOTOGBAPHED AT THEIB ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY, HELD IN THE ORPHEUS BALLROOM ON FRIDAY LAST. INCLUDED ARE A PARTY OF REFUGEE CHILDREN FROM THE CONTINENT.

HOLIDAY SPORT C UII.DKEN' OF Tin; EMPLOYEES OF MESEKS. NEVVFORGE, 1.T0.. PaOTOGBAPHED AT THEIB ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY, HELD IN THE ORPHEUS BALLROOM ON FRIDAY LAST. INCLUDED ARE A PARTY OF REFUGEE CHILDREN FROM THE CONTINENT.

INCLUDED ARE A PARTY REFUGEE CHILDREN FROM THE CONTINENT. HAPPINESS AHEAD •’ which were given an appreciative reception were Edith Rainey’s The Dancing Doll,” and Britannia,” a colourful scena in which Florence Ellison took the title role. Another such scene
December 27, 1939 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland