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Dame Edith his interspersed ....: tilza_t testament icon. of beau ty. bas Unfortunatdy.' Dame Edith can throughout this compendium and it gr" m ` dn 'l ng r t t i; e no longer pick and choose because is Wettable that tbere are not poste Edith writes:—
November 21, 1959 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

IVOR, dealt; loved busbesd of Edith Boea.—Dee regretted by his sorrowipg Bret r William. Miriam and Family. Drumm buneheon, Riobbill. HOSS—Oetober 23. 1959. at Lures* and Portadown Hospital. ITOM. Nearly. loved husband of Edith Row—Deeply resonate:Atli, sorrowing
October 24, 1959 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
(MATHS

(MATHS

God's will. DALLAS, EDITH - July 30. 1952. dearly-loved nanny of Diane. - Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Granddaughter and Husband Tom Gault. also Great-grandchildren Cheryl and lan. 6 Abbey Park. In heavenly love abiding, DALLAS. EDITH - July 30. 1952
July 31, 1982 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DIATNI

DIATNI

never forget ANGUS. EDITH. July 17. 1982. dearly-loved wife of the late Thomas Angus. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Son Val. Daughter•in-law Betty. Grandchildren. David and Mandy The day Thou gayest. Lord. has ended ANGUS. EDITH July 17. 19112 Deeply
July 19, 1982 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
better."

better."

Derryanville, Portadown, Edith, dearly-loved wife of Robert George Robinson. Interred in Drumcree Churchyard.—Deeply regretted. 2637 " Till we meet again." ROBINSON—May 26th. 1950, at her residence, Derryanville, Portadown. Edith, dearly-loved wife of Robert
June 3, 1950 - Portadown News - Portadown, Armagh, Northern Ireland
 
COATSS

COATSS

dearly•loved husband of Edith. Deeply regretted by Sister and Mother•irl-law. Ens and Connie Alderdash. and Family Circle. 31 Argyle Street. Peace, perfect peace WI. September 13. 1510 fauddentyl. at his home. dearty-loved kimbend of Edith. Deeply regretted
September 15, 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Patrick Gallagher on the letters of Somerville and Ross "bubbly cauldrons of girlish exuberance"

Patrick Gallagher on the letters of Somerville and Ross "bubbly cauldrons of girlish exuberance"

about the writers' intellectual or emotional lives and little of interest about Edith and Martin's daily method of working; hardly surprising this, remembering what Edith's nephew Nevi!! Coghill said about their collaboration: "Anybody can understand
August 6, 1989 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
People thank her for changing their lives. They drive hundreds of miles to journey on her breathtaking weekly excursion through

People thank her for changing their lives. They drive hundreds of miles to journey on her breathtaking weekly excursion through

here. Others come from Newry, Warrenpoint. Derry and Hillsborough where an antique dealer simply shuts up shop. Edith Devlin is the lure. Edith Devlin and her breathtaking weekly excursion through the highest peaks of literature. Twenty-three years ago,
May 26, 1991 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIATNS

DIATNS

by her sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law. Norman and Carol. and Granddaughter. Blizaboth Edith. 49 Hookah Park. sTßimeget —January 22. 1963. at her residence. EDITH. beloved wife of George Stringer.— Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Ron and Daughter-in-law
January 23, 1963 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
was hanged 76 years ago was innocent. Her 'crime' participated in it were farfor her alleged was not murder but

was hanged 76 years ago was innocent. Her 'crime' participated in it were farfor her alleged was not murder but

UK, there are millions of who had followed her trial - their own slaughtering. people, led by Baroness he believed that Edith Edith Thompson's execu- Thatcher, yearn for the sight Thompson was innocent. lion was unique in that many of the noose and the
October 28, 1999 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland