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ENGAGEMENTS

ENGAGEMENTS

H. W. B. Pasky, Edward Craven Bredin. D. 5.0., Ayril. Seapoint avenue, Blackrock. M.C., The Dorsetshire Regiment, "d Vera Edith, only daughter of elder son of the late Lieutenant- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Long. Colonel A. Bredin and of Mrs. Shangri-la, Kill
December 31, 1949 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MELSEA ARTS BALI.

MELSEA ARTS BALI.

WEDDING Ritchie—Ebhitt The wedding tool? vrsterat Aghavea Parish Chnrcli of Dr. John Stewart Hltehi*. Downpatrick, and Miss Edith Flo»*cner Ehhitt. The is the elder son of Mr Mrs. W. Ritchie, Ardenlee Avenue. Belfast, and the bride youngest daughter of
December 31, 1949 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PERSONAL

PERSONAL

TOOTHACHE and all nerve isa3us. Powders or Tablets from all chemist* td Is ed Is ALWAYS for Funeral Wreaths and Wedding Bouquets Edith Graham Castle Lane inert door to 1.11.8.). Phones: 33660 lines) 26807. Also 111-121 honee Road icorner of Denmark We 24773
December 30, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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December 30, 1949 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Deo&Mier 30, 1040:

Deo&Mier 30, 1040:

singing are devoted to parochial purposes. Death of Mr.. Newport, Bahr gallon— The death occurred on Christmas Day of Mrs. Edith Newport, Ballymillon, Inistioge. She was widow of Mr. George B. Newport, J.P. and sister of Col. Johnson and mother of Col
December 30, 1949 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 

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FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY

representing the Moyle Hospital. Larne; the Smiley Hospital, Larne; the Carnokfergus Hospital, and the Sir Thomas and Lady Edith Dixon Hospital, Cairndhu, was held in Larne. Mr. E. Curran. K.C. M P.. and Mr. W, W B Topping. KC. were each returned unopposed
December 29, 1949 - Larne Times - Larne, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS Iig•ISONALD—Tha OAlcon and Brethren or Justice Masonic Lodge 312 regret the death of Br. et and ea.ead their deepest

DEATHS Iig•ISONALD—Tha OAlcon and Brethren or Justice Masonic Lodge 312 regret the death of Br. et and ea.ead their deepest

Hospital. Samuel.. dear', loved father of ROUST PARC—Wee deep.r regretted by his sorrowing Son and Daughter in-law, Robert and Edith Park. also his little Graaddaughters. Violet and Caro, Locksley Parade. Tinagriy. Sleep. dear father, for it is ROL you suffered
December 29, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
U.S. FIRM'S ENTERPRISE.

U.S. FIRM'S ENTERPRISE.

(Newcastle West). Vice-Chamberlain of the King's Household; Mr. S. Tiffany (Peterborough). Mr, J. Parker (Dagenham), Mrs. Edith Wills (Duddeston). Mrs. Mabel Ridealgh (Word North). and Mrs. C. S. Ganley (Battersea South). The party of 13 M.P.s left for
December 28, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOW THEY NOW STAND

HOW THEY NOW STAND

on British policy on international affairs answered for the first time by a woman. They found attractive 29-year-old Miss Edith Joan Burbidge alertly aware of every turn In events, and sometimes knitting between discussions. Northern Ireland honoured
December 28, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
1N MEMORI.IM

1N MEMORI.IM

Mother. called Home 28th December. 1948. —Always remembered by her loving Son. Daughter-in-law and Grand.daughter. James and Edith Martin. 119 Matilda Street. Sleep on dear mother for It Is true you suffered long and tdld so few. MARTIN—In fond and loving
December 28, 1949 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland