ton the late W. Dobbs, of Castlecouter DOVE— June 2. 1944. Royal Hospital for Incurables. Donnybrook, after a tong Illness. Edith Madge, only daughter of Mis. Dove and the late H. W. Dove, formerly Surveyor to Lloyd's Register Shipping Cobh. Co. Cork.
June 17, 1944 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
TRIPLE MURDER CHARGE. ACQUITTAL OF THF. ACCUSED, (srari.u, tklboram i LANCASTER. Moxdat. After hearing lasting three days, Edith Agnes Bingham (aged X) waa acquitted tha Lancaster Aaaixes today of the chargee having murdered her father, slater, and brother
October 31, 1911 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Fordenaills, Ert:o -14a • Verista(Tabt" tra. (Mentor,, . ..IttreTricur! lety. "Join Liko a *own " (A Trifle) (h. Cantos)! Edith Van Rypen. Melly Allen ser vant, Tan twee. J. J. Henry: Annie, thri• servant, like* Clare. Rune—A Room in IVAN'S Flat. 6.111—"
November 19, 1927 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Years ago, wa• established beyond * doubt, and front the facts die. clotted it appears that the other four bodies are them of Edith Matilda Money, hos wile. aged 26: Peggy Money. their child. eyed 13 ietohe: Stanley Paler, three years, and Wtni• Ired Francis
September 19, 1912 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Cemetery. GRAINGEJt—ApriI 14. 1967, at the Victoria Hospital, Cork, Rev. Canon Joseph William Grainger, beloved husband of Edith. Kilboy, Hensfield, Douglas. Co. Cork. and dear father of Jack and Vols. Service 10 a.m. today (Monday) at Douglas Church.
April 17, 1967 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Fnedcrich von Versen, £lOO upon trust for each of his grand daughters, Edith Alexandra and Lilian Marie von Versen, and all other bis property equally between his son Ralph and his daughter Edith, lie stated— It is mj wish to cremated, and the ashes scattered
April 17, 1926 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
s. By W. B. Yeats. Selected by Mrs. W. B. Yeats. 355. Fanfare for Elizabeth. By Edith Sitwell 2ls. The Queens and the Hive. By Edith Sitwell. 21s. The Outcasts. By Edith Sitwell. 10s. 6d. Abe Itaiherillt. Stories for Late at Night. By Alfred Hitchcock
September 17, 1962 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
department for ladies on let float. LADY EDITH LOWRYCORBY'S DEATH. ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED. *(PBOX CORRESPONDENT., :N, Tcisdat. Mr. O. A. Atkinson, Coroner, held inrt Caatlocoole ibis afternoon touching death o! Ladv Edith l»wry-€orry, who was accidentally drowned
October 27, 1915 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Lib- (mver- Jnmes Pirn. Esq '. CB4. boina £2l eaeli from Kit wife and ilirre children qualify for Life a* MW>v.s Mrs. Edith I. Edith Kireni tioodl«id.v. Hi** Aulhariuc Ellia Goodlody. and Master John luwvltndv W Bouer Walton, E*i. ipcf A. (liliholm r
March 17, 1915 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland