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James B. Burns, "Clonlee" Cregagh, Belfast
these 3 scrapbooks contained newspaper clippings from early 1900s to 1950s

Deaths, Marriages, In Memory, Obituaries etc. on this page

TEMPORARY PAGES with actually scans of the books that contains many historical stories and local stories of interest
BOOK1    BOOK 2    BOOK 3

STREET DIRECTORIES TRANSCRIBED
1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1868 - 1877 - 1880 - 1890
1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1909 - 1910 - 1912 - 1918 - 1924 - 1932 - 1939 - 1943 - 1951 - 1960
1913 Tel. directory    1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)   1894 Waterford Directory
1898 Newry Directory      Bangor Spectator Directory 1970

Deaths

Acheson - March 30th, 1943, at St. Ann's, Knockbreda Road, Christina T., the beloved wife of James W. Acheson
Acheson
- March 9th, 1954, at Hospital, Robert John, elder son of John and Harriett Acheson. Funeral from his late residence, 9 Newtown Park, Saintfield Road to Knockbreda Cemetery. Service in Church. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father, Mather, Sister, Grace and Brother, Michael
Adair
- November 20th, 1918, at her mother's residence, 34 Grampian Avenue, Rebecca, the beloved daughter of Rachel and the late David Adair. Her remains will be removed for interment in Movilla Cemetery, Newtownards, 24th. Inserted by her loving Mother, Sisters, and Brothers
Adam
- December 31st, 192? at Beulah, Everton Drive, Elizabeth Wood (Betty), only daughter of William and Charlotte Adam
Adam
- January 31st, 1934, at Beulah, Everton Drive, Belfast, William Adam, beloved husband of Charlotte Adam
Allam
- January 21st, 1936, Robert James, the dearly-beloved husband of Sarah Isabella Allam (suddenly) at his residence, Rushfield, Knockbreda Road, Belfast
Allam
- March 23rd, 1939 (suddenly), at a Private Nursing Home, Raymond, dearly-beloved son of the late Robert J. Allam and of Mrs. Allam. Funeral from his residence, "Rushfield," Knockbreda Road, Cregagh to Castlereagh - North of Ireland Cattle Traders and Stock Owners' Association, W. R. Creswell, Chairman, William Green, Vice-Chairman & Hamilton Coulter, Hon. Treasurer - Belfast Live Stock Salesmen's Association, William Conn, Hon. Secy.
Allam
- May 29th, 1960, at a Nursing Home, Sarah Isabella, wife of the late R. J. Allam, Rushfield, Rosetta Road East, Belfast. Funeral from Melville & Co. Ltd., 93 Townsend Street to Castlereagh Churchyard
Allen
- March 4th, 1950 (suddenly), at his residence, 435, Cregagh Road, James H., dearly-beloved husband of Sarah Allen
Allen
- May 5th, 1951 (suddenly), Denis J. M., M.R.C.V.S., beloved husband of Cissie Allen, Manor House, Rocky Road, Cregagh - R.I.P. Funeral Mass, from St. Anthony's Church, Willowfield, to Milltown Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul. Deeply and deservedly regretted by his loving Wife and Children - The Council and Members of the Cregagh Athletic Club deeply regret the death of their esteemed Member, Denis J. Allen, and tender their sincere sympathy to his family, J. Woods, Hon. Sec.
Anderson
- April 6th, 1910, at his residence, 8 Shaftesbury Square, Adam (Obit)
Andrew
- February 25th, 1954, at her brother's residence, Clinen, 104 Barnett's Road, Elizabeth Mary, widow of John M. Andrew (late of the Bank House, Coatbridge) Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Brother, Sister-in-law and Family
Arnold
- October 16th, 1918, at Winnipeg General Hospital, Samuel Johnston Arnold, second son of the late Montgomery Arnold, Mullafernaghan, Banbridge, Co. Down. Interred in Kildonan Cemetery, Winnipeg, Canada 19th October. Inserted by loving Sisters, J. Graham, N. Smyth, R. Couser
Arnold
- April 29th, 1933, at her residence, 88 Albertbridge Road, Belfast, Mary, beloved wife of Thomas Arnold. Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery. Deeply regretted Thomas Arnold
Arnold
- December 6th, 1940, at her residence, 88 Albertbridge Road, Ellen, widow of Thomas Arnold. Elizabeth McNeilly
Arnold
- January 28th, 1949, at his residence, 63 The Mount, Belfast, Thomas Arnold - Deeply regretted by his Daughters and Son-in-law, 5 Lelia Street
Arnold
- October 16th, 1960 (suddenly), Robert, dearly-loved husband of Annie Arnold and father of Audrey and Roy. Funeral from 22 Everton Drive to Movilla Cemetery - The Worshipful Master, Officers and Brethren of Royal Oak Masonic Lodge No. 644 regret to learn of the death of their Secretary, Worshipful Brother R. Arnold - The W.M., Officers and Brethren of Royal Oak Masonic Lodge No. 644 regret to learn of the death of their esteemed Secretary, W.Br. Arnold, H. A. Palmer, W.M.
Bailie
- April 1st, 1921 (suddenly), at Prince's Gardens, Larne, William Bailie, eldest son of the late Hugh Bailie, Kilwaughter. Funeral to Kilwaughter Cemetery 3rd. Evelyn J. Bailie
Bailie
- January 4th, 1925, at Seabank, Larne, Jane Molyneux, daughter of the late Samuel Molyneux, of Ballyharvey, Muckamore, and widow of Hugh Bailie, of Kilwaughter, in her 85th year. Funeral to Kilwaughter Cemetery
Bailie
- April 26th, 1927, at his residence, Lothbury, London, Joseph, son of the late James Bailie, Kilwaughter. J. and A. McCleave, Millbrook
Bailie
- December 7th, 1934, at Smiley Cottage Hospital, Larne, James, beloved husband of Margaret Bailie. Funeral from his late residence, 9 Meetinghouse Street, Larne, 9th to Kilwaughter Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his Wife and Family
Bailie
- March 10th, 1936, at her residence, 9 Meetinghouse Street, Larne, Margaret, relict of James Bailie. Funeral to Kilwaughter Cemetery
Bailie
- July 9th, 1938, at Altanoir, Larne, Tillie Howard Davison, much-loved wife of Samuel Molyneux Bailie. Funeral to Kilwaughter
Bailie
- November 5th, 1954, at Moyle Hospital, Elizabeth, dearly-loved wife of Joseph R. Bailie, 9 Meetinghouse Street, Larne. Funeral to Kilwaughter Cemetery. Deeply regretted by her Husband and Son
Bartley
- Sergeant William Bartley (see more details)
Bateman
- November 20th, 1918 (of pneumonia), at his residence, 48 Rosapenna Street, David C. Bateman, aged 13½ years. Funeral to City Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father and Mother, Brother and Sisters
Beatty
- February 10th, (no year) peacefully, after short illness, Pearl, the dearly-beloved wife of Charles Hamilton Beatty, 29 Trinity Road, Hoylake, Cheshire, and devoted mother of Mrs. Sheila Dod, Meols, Cheshire, and only daughter of the late Robert Brown, Bedford Street, Belfast, and Cookstown. Interred Hoylake Parish Church
Beggs
- May 5th, 1929, at her residence, Ballyeaston, Annie, wife of W. H. Beggs. Funeral to Rashee New Cemetery
Beggs
- July 2nd, 1930, at the Mater Infirmorum Hospital (the result of an accident), James Houston, husband of Agnes Beggs, and son of William Hugh Beggs, of Ballyeaston. Funeral from his late residence, 1 Victoria Villas, Ballyclare, 4th for interment in Rashee New Cemetery - Cogry Union Masonic Lodge, No. 148, James McCurdy, W.M. & James H. Crawford, P.M., Secretary - Royal Arch Chapter, No. 276, Straid, J. H. Crawford, E.K. & A. Cross, P.K., Registrar - Ballyeaston L.O.L., No. 420, Samuel Bell, W.M.
Bell
- Lieutenant John Mercer Grimshaw, M.C. (see more details)
Bell
- November 20th, 1918, at "Avonview," Skegoneil Avenue, Belfast, John Bell, in his 24th year
Bell
- November 21st, 1918, at 1 Canning Place, Martha, the beloved daughter of James Bell, Funeral to City Cemetery
Bell
- February 15, 1922, at his residence, Laurelbank, Knockbreda Road, William Bell (late of Bass & Co. Ltd.) in his 73rd year, the beloved husband of Sarah Jane Bell
Bell
- April 3rd, 1944, at 14 Carson Street, Larne, Edythe, much-loved daughter of Samuel and Margaret Bell. Funeral on 5th
Bill
- 21st May, 1927, at his residence, "Ibuno," Ravenhill Park, John Bill. Deeply regretted by his Children and Grandchildren
Blair
- November 21st, 1918, at his cousin's residence, 143 Antrim Road, James Blair. Funeral to New Church, Islandmagee. Inserted by his loving Cousins, D. Martin and Matilda Martin
Booth
- November 20, 1918, at her residence, 48 Rosebank Street, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Robert S. Booth. Funeral to Carnmoney, Cemetery. Regretted by her Husband and family, Robert S. Booth
Bowden
- March 16th, 1926, at the residence of her son-in-law, William McFadzean, Rubicon, Cregagh, Belfast, Annie Pedlow, widow of the late Captain John Bowden, Lurgan. Funeral to Lurgan Cemetery
Boyd
- March 26th 1924, at her residence, Connsbrook House, Strandtown, Belfast, Elizabeth Lamont Jellie, beloved wife of Robert Boyd, M.D. (card - Dr. Boyd, Clarence and Bertie are deeply grateful for your kind sympathy)
Boyd
- April 7th, 1925, at his residence, Connsbrook House, Strandtown, Belfast, Robert Boyd, M.D, Funeral to New Cemetery, Ballymoney via Rasharkin - Suidhe Masonic Lodge No. 355, James Coleshill, W.M. & S. W. Conn, P.M., Sec.
Boyd
- March 1st, 1950, at Durban, South Africa, Clarence James, M.B., D.P.H., elder son of the late Dr. Robert and Mrs. Boyd, Connsbrook House, Strandtown, Belfast, and brother of Robert F. Boyd, Ardavon, Dunmurry (photo) (more details)
Boyd
- September 2nd, 1953, at Hospital, David A., beloved husband of L. J. Boyd, Dalim Lodge, Mahee Island, Comber. Funeral September 4th to Comber New Cemetery - Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter, Son-in-law and Grandsons - The Officers and Brethren of Ravenhill Masonic Lodge 471 deeply regret the death of their esteemed Member, W.Br. D. A. Boyd, and tender their sincere sympathy, J. M. Stewart, W.M. - The Officers, Council and Members of Mahee Island Golf Club deeply mourn the passing of Mr. David A. Boyd, esteemed Secretary of the club for 24 years, N. Valentine, Captain
Boyd
- February 6th, 1955, at his residence, 41 Adelaide Park, Edward Boyd, M.D., Ph.C., loved husband of Beatrice Boyd
Bradford
- November 20th, 1935, at her residence, Sadieville, Everton Drive, Cregagh, Sarah Jane, wife of the late Joseph Bradford, Rockcorry, Co. Monaghan
Bradshaw
- January 29th, 1936 (very suddenly), Eben, dearly-beloved husband of Edith Bradshaw. Funeral from his late residence, 28 Bawnmore Road to Knockbreda Churchyard
Brodie
- February 6th, 1952, at a Hospital, Alexander Mack Brodie, 104 Barnett's Road. Funeral from S. Furphy's Funeral Parlour, 141 Upper Newtownards Road
Brodie
- January 18th, 1955 (suddenly), Susan, dearly-loved wife of John K. Brodie. Funeral from her residence, 104 Barnett's Road to Dundonald Cemetery
Brodie
- February 20th, 1960, at Hospital, John K., dearly-loved husband of the late residence, 104 Barnett's Road to Dundonald Cemetery, Deeply regretted by his sorrowing daughter and son-in-law, Betty and John Davison and Grandchildren Andrew and Elizabeth
Brown
- November 21st, 1918, at her residence, 89 Hanover Street, Mary, the dearly-beloved wife of John Brown R.I.P. Funeral to Milltown Cemetery 24th. Deeply regretted by her loving Husband and Daughter John Brown - beloved mother of John Brown, jun. Inserted by her loving Son and Daughter-in-law, John and Lily Brown, 7 Marine Street - dearly loved mother of Charles Brown. Deeply regretted by her Son and Daughter-in-law, Charles and Mary Brown, 34 Garnet Street
Brown
- November 22nd, 1918, at his grandfather's residence, 1 Mountcollyer Avenue, John, the second and dearly beloved son of William and the late Cissie Brown. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing father William Brown
Brown
- December 3rd, 1942, Charlotte, wife of Armstrong Brown, 38 Cregagh Park, Belfast. Deeply regretted by her loving Husband, Son, and Daughter-in-law
Brown
- February 24th, 1945, at his son's residence, 38 Cregagh Park, Armstrong Brown (late of Everton Drive, Cregagh). Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his Son and Daughter-in-law
Brown
- April 21st, 1960, at Hospital, Vyvien, dearly-loved daughter of Howard and Beatrice Brown, 17 Green Road, Knock. Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery
Browne
- November 21st, 1918, at her father's residence, Dumbarton Street, Gilford, Edith, youngest and dearly beloved daughter of George and Mary Browne, aged 21 years. Funeral Service in St. Paul's Church, Gilford, then to Family Burying ground, Tullylish - George and Mary Browne
Burgess
- April 23rd, 1952, at her residence, Ardara, Upper Galwally, Annie Lindsay, only daughter of the late William and Sarah Burgess
Burns
- August 5th, 1908, at her residence, 20 Hutchinson Street, Mary, wife of William Burns. Funeral to City Cemetery
Burns
- April 4th, 1912 (suddenly), William Burns, at his residence, 18 Hutchinson Street. Funeral to City Cemetery (clippings  obit)
Burns
- March 2nd, 1916, at "Clonlee," Everton Drive, Cregagh, Edith (Eed), youngest daughter of Robert and Mary Burns. Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery 5th
Burns
- July 20th, 1916, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Robert, husband of Mary Burns, Clonlee, Everton Drive, Cregagh. Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery 22nd
Burns
- May 7th, 1920, at "Clonlee" Everton Drive, Cregagh, Mary, widow of Robert Burns and daughter of the late James Baillie, Kilwaughter. To Dundonald Cemetery
Burns
- October 20, 1920, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Elizabeth Burns, widow of the late Thomas Burns. Interment at City Cemetery. Inserted by her sorrowing Sisters and brothers Georgina White, 5 Evolina Street
Burns - February 27th, 1926, William Burns, late of Fitzwilliam Avenue, after a lingering illness
Burns - October 21st, 1935, at his residence, Holm Terrace, Dromore, Co. Down, John Poots, beloved and eldest son of Mrs. Cochrane and the late Laurence Burns. Funeral to Dromore Cathedral Churchyard
Burns - February 19th, 1937, at T.M. Home, Lisburn, Annie Burns, late of Fitzwilliam Avenue, Belfast
Burns - August 24th, at her father's residence, 16 Delaware Street, Sarah, eldest daughter of Robert and Mary Burns, aged 22 years. Robert Burns
Burns - July 23rd, 1942, Mary Elizabeth, beloved wife of James M. Burns, 80 Princetown Road, Bangor
Burns - August 31st, 1944, at Ipswich, Norah K. (nee Getgood), beloved wife of Dr. W. M. Burns, Very deeply regretted, Thomas Getgood, 55 Ashley Avenue, Belfast
Burns - (Thank you card) (no date but maybe early 1900s?) Mr. P. Burns desires to return sincere thanks to all those friends who, by letter of other, expressed their sympathy with him in his recent sad bereavement. He also begs to express his sincere regrets to the numerous friends in Ballymena who were disappointed owing to the route taken by the funeral, and especially to those who had vehicles in waiting. P. Burns, 15 Alexandra Park Avenue, Belfast
Burns - December 23rd, 1946, at his residence, 80 Princetown Road, Bangor, James M. Burns
Burns - October 24th, 1951, at 146 Ardenlee Avenue, Jeanie Dempster, much loved wife of the late Jonathan Burns and granddaughter of the late Rev. Alexander Pollock, Second Ballyeaston. Funeral to Knockbreda
Burns - June 15th, 1959 (suddenly), at London, Robert, husband of Ethel and brother of Burns Family, 24 Everton Drive, Cregagh, Cremated Battersea Cemetery on 19th
Cairns - November 21st, 1918, at the Hospital, Lisburn Road, Hugh, beloved husband of Jeannie Cairns, 25 Hollycroft Avenue, and only son of David and Margaret Cairns, Drumhirk, Comber. Funeral 24th to The Old Churchyard, Comber. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife, Father and Mother - Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Cousins, Robert, William and Charles (the two later on active service) - Olive Branch L.O.L. 1910, Robert Megahey, W.M. & Sidney E. Reid, Secy.
Caldwell - August 1st, 1946, at his residence, Hopemount, Knockbreda Road, Thomas, dearly loved husband of Mary Caldwell. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family
Campbell - November 21st, 1918, at his father's residence, 20 Foreman Street, Edmund (Ned) Campbell, aged 19 years, the fifth and beloved son of William J. and Mary Elizabeth Campbell. Funeral to Carnmoney New Burying ground. - Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers. Also his brother (on active service)
Carter - January 20th 1926, at 17a Cleveland Road, West Ealing, London, Henry Edward Carter, 69 years, late of 15 Eglantine Avenue, Belfast. Funeral from Westland Row 23rd January to Mount Jerome
Clarke - May 28th, 1940, at her residence, 4 Hillsborough Drive, Belfast, Jennie, widow of James Clarke. Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery
Cleland - April 6th, 1958, at her son's residence, 44 Cregagh Park, Martha, widow of Frederick Cleland
Clements - November 21st, 1918, at his residence, 133 Hunter Street, Robert Clements. Interment in Dundonald Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his loving Family and Grandchildren. W. J. Clements
Cliburn - November 20th, 1918, at Bangor Hospital, Arthur, the beloved husband of Nellie Cliburn. Funeral from 3 Bingham Street, Bangor, to Bangor New Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Daughter
Coghlin - March 14th, 1920, at her father's residence, 6 Rosetta Parade, Eliza Jane, eldest and dearly beloved daughter of Joseph Coghlin, late of H.M. Customs & Excise. Her remains will be removed for interment in Knockbreda Churchyard - Belfast Teachers' Association, John Harbison, J.P., President, Jos. Boyce, Vice-President, Jos. T. McGill & Hugh O'Connor, Secretaries
Coghlin - November 8th, 1924, at his residence, 6 Rosetta Parade, Joseph Coghlin, late H.M. Customs and Excise. His remains will be removed for interment in Knockbreda Churchyard
Cole - November 5th, 1954, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, James McM.?
Coleman - November 20th, 1918 (suddenly, from influenza), at her parents' residence, 24 Parkmount Street, Mary Charlotte (May), the eldest and much-loved daughter of Thomas and Catherine Coleman. Interment in City Cemetery. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Father and Mother, Sister and Brother
Collins - January 20th, 1952m at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Robert Henry, dearly-loved husband of Gwendoline Collins, Ben Vista, Knockbreda Road. Funeral from S. Furphy's Funeral Parlour, 141 Upper Newtownards Road
Conn - August, 1941, killed on active service, Sergt. William A. Conn, R.A.F., Deeply regretted by his friend, Pat Lyttle
Corry - November 21st, 1918, at 42 James Street, Newtownards, Elizabeth, beloved wife of David Corry. Funeral to Movilla
Corry - September 20th, 1932, the result of an accident, James Patrick, aged 18 years, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Corry, of Redroofs, Newtonbreda, (Newtownbreda?) Belfast, 69 Ulsterville Gardens (Newtownbreda)
Cotter - June 30th, 1922, at his residence, Runnymede, Cregagh, Belfast, Robert, the beloved husband of Ethel A. Cotter. To Dundonald Cemetery, July 3rd
Coulter - (no date but all others on this page are November 1918) At his residence, New Grove, Killinchy Woods, Crossgar, Joseph Coulter, aged 74 years. Interment to Family Burying-ground Raffrey. J. and W. Coulter
Crawford - February 8th, 1919, at his mother's residence, 82 Agincourt Avenue, Frederick Crawford, only and beloved son of Mary Crawford. Interment in Knockbreda Cemetery, John and Margaret Campbell, 50 Fernwood Street - Deeply regretted by his loving Sister-in-law and Brother-in-law, May S. and Robert L. Martin (the latter in Australian Flying Corps), 50 Fernwood Street - only and beloved brother of Harriett and Irwin Savage - West Belfast Total Abstinence L.O.L. 810, D. Millar, W.M. & R,. Walker, Secretary - Ulster Amateur Flute Band, A. Cardwell, Chairman & S. McHenry, Secretary
Crawford - February 17th, 1938, at his residence, Laurel Bank, Lower Castlereagh, Victor, loved husband of Eileen Crawford. Funeral 19th to Castlereagh Churchyard - Masonic Lodge of Unity 383, Herbert Bell, W.M. & R. M. Forsythe, P.M., Secretary - R.A.C. of Unity No. 383, R. B. Thomas, E.K. & David Nesbitt, P.K., Reg. - Forsythe's True Blues' Temperance L.O.L. 744, W. Mawhinney, W.M. & A. C. Liddell, Secy. - Castlereagh R.B.P. 234, W. Robinson, W.M. & W. Hedley, Reg.
Cree - November 21st, 1918, at 11 King Street, Bangor, Caroline, the beloved wife of Henry Cree and daughter of James and Isabella Morgan. Interment in Killysuggan. Henry Cree - Bangor Football Club, Players and Officials of the Club deeply regret the death of the wife of their respected member, Henry Cree, T. Stevenson, H. Patterson, J. Sherlock
Cronne - January 8th, 1952, David L., dearly-loved husband of Mabel Cronne and dearly-loved father of Gerald and Dorothy, 66 Malone Avenue
Crooks - July 14th, 1931 (suddenly), at the residence of her husband, 6 Spencer Road, Londonderry, Mary (May), dearly-beloved wife of T. A. Crooks, Chemist, and loved daughter of the late Hugh Livingston, Lurgan, and Mrs. Livingston, Miami, Finaghy, Belfast
Crooks - February 7th, 1936, at his residence, Mealough, Purdysburn, John Crooks. His remains will be removed for interment in the family burying-ground, Carryduff. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Family and Grandchildren
Crymble - November 21st, 1918, at his residence, 18 Lewis Street (of pneumonia) John, the eldest and dearly beloved son of Margaret and the late Charles Crymble. Interment in the Victoria Cemetery, Carrickfergus. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Mother, Sisters, and Brothers and Brother-in-law
Crymble - July 6th, 1925, at Old Freehold, Kilwaughter, Elizabeth, widow of William Crymble, and late of Kilwaughter Post Office. Funeral at Kilwaughter New Cemetery
Crymble - September 22nd, 1938, at the Smiley Cottage Hospital, Larne, Thomas H., beloved husband of Isabella Crymble, Kilwaughter Post Office. Funeral from his residence, 24th to Kilwaughter Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family
Crymble - August 3rd, 1955, at her residence, Post Office, Kilwaughter, Isabella? Graham, widow of Thomas H. Crymble. Funeral to Kilwaughter Cemetery
Dale - December 7th, 1959, in Hospital, Aileen Norah, wife of T. S. Dale, 35 Everton Drive, Cregagh, Belfast. Funeral from Thomas Johnson & Sons, 43 Bedford Street to Roselawn
Dalton - November 21st, 1918 (suddenly), at her residence, 128 Bristol Street, Mary K., dearly-beloved wife of William Dalton. Funeral to Family Burying-ground, Blaris - William Dalton
Davidson - April 13th, 1937, at his residence, Gleneden, 8 Kelvin Parade, Belfast, Samuel, beloved husband of Minnie Davidson. Funeral from his residence, Service in Lynn Memorial Methodist Church, Oldpark Road
Dinsmore - September 19th, 1957, at her residence, Strangford, Cregagh, Margaret, relict of Patrick Dinsmore. Remains will be removed from her late residence to Holy Rosary Church, Mass, to Milltown Cemetery
Dobbs - June 15th, 1943, at her brother's residence, Camowen Terrace, Omagh, Louise Alexandra, only daughter of the late Rev. A. M. Dobbs, M.A., and granddaughter of the late Major-General R. S. Dobbs
Donaldson - May 17th, 1960 (suddenly), at his home, Grangeclare, Islandmagee, James Gaston, dearly-loved husband of Frances Donaldson. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery
Douglas - September 10th, 1949, at his residence, 27 Downshire Road (after a short illness) George Frederick, dearly-loved husband of Annie Douglas. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his loving Wife, Daughter, Son-in-law, and Grandchildren
Drake - November 21st, 1918, at her residence, 4 Bradbury's Buildings, Lisburn, Maud, beloved wife of Rifleman Charles Drake. Funeral to Lisburn Cemetery
Drummond - September 22nd, 1936 (suddenly), at his residence, Ballysnodd, Larne, James, dearly-beloved husband of Agnes Drummond. Funeral to New Cemetery, Larne, 24th. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family
Dunlop - April 30th, 1950, at her residence, Glenpark, Knockbreda Road, Cregagh, Christina Theresa, widow of James Dunlop. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Family. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery
Dunlop - December 27th, 1957 (of sudden illness), at Coleraine Hospital, William Dunlop, Ingleside, Knockbreda Road, Cregagh, dearly-beloved husband of Martha (Dinty) Dunlop. Funeral to Knockbreda - Deeply regretted by his Brothers and Sisters at Glenpark - Deeply regretted by Bertie and Susan Dunlop - Deeply regretted by Albert and Susan - The Employees of James Dunlop & Sons, 115-119 Royal Avenue, Belfast, regret the passing of Mr. Wm. Dunlop - The Session and Committee of Sloan Street Presbyterian Church, Lisburn, deeply regret the sudden death of their esteemed Organist and Choirmaster, Mr. Wm. Dunlop - The Members of the Choir of Sloan Street Presbyterian Church, Lisburn, deeply regret the sudden death of their esteemed Organist and Choirmaster, Mr. Wm. Dunlop
Eacott - November 21st, 1918, at her father's residence, 152 Duncairn Gardens (of pneumonia), Caroline Alexandria, the dearly-beloved daughter of George and Margurite Eacott. Funeral to Carnmoney
Edgar - December 31st, 1954, at a Friends' Home, William Henry, dearly-loved husband of the late Jane Edgar, 10 Everton Drive. Funeral to Duneane Churchyard
Edmundson - May 18th, 1952 (suddenly), at Portrush, Esther, widow of Robert T. Edmundson and dearly-loved sister of Sarah and Archibald Scott, Park House, Farnham Park, Bangor, Co. Down
Estler - February 9th, 1919, at his residence, 193 Crimea Street, William, husband of the late Ellen Estler. Interment in Carnmoney Churchyard
Ewing - November 3rd, 1926? at his residence, Fernvale, Knockbreda Road, James Ewing. Funeral to the family burying-ground, Knockbreda
Ewing - April 2nd, 1947, at Royal Victoria Hospital, result of an accident, Peter Johnstone Ewing, Glenlyn, 298 Cregagh Road, dearly-loved husband of Mildred Ewing - Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father and Sisters, 5? Gibson Park Gardens, and Brothers and Sisters-in-law, 33 Jocelyn Avenue and 4 Sandown Drive; also Aunts, 330 Cregagh Road - Cregagh Parents' Association, T. Downey, Chairman - Belmont Tennis Club, where Peter was Secretary and Treasurer
Faloon - February 8th, 1919, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Charles Faloon. The remains of my dearly-beloved husband will be removed from his late residence, 6 Bethany Street, Ballyhackamore, for interment in Soldierstown Churchyard. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family, Agnes Faloon, Also his two Sons (on active service)
Farley - September 20th 1922, at "Mayfair" Arthur Square, William Farley, eldest son of the late James Farley, Moneymore. To City Cemetery 22nd. Abigail Farley - Richard Irvine Masonic Lodge No. 255, William Bowden, W. Master & William McCrudden, P.M., Secy.
Finlay - October 23rd, 1918, lost at sea, while on a voyage from Alaska to Vancouver, B.C., Robert, fourth son of the late Robert Finlay, 16 Castleton Gardens, and dearly-loved brother of Miriam Dunwoodie, 5 Halston Drive, and of Wallace Finlay, 8 Castlereagh Street, Belfast
Finlay - February 23rd, 1921 William John, aged 83 years, dearly loved husband of Phebe (Phoebe) T. Finlay, Interred in the City Cemetery 26th February. 5 Manor Crescent, Cliftonville
Finlay
- June 5th, 1923, at 5 Manor Crescent, Belfast, Phoebe Teresa, widow of the late William John Finlay
Finnegan - November 21st, 1918, at her residence, 21 Mill Road, Dunmurry, Ellen, third daughter of David H. and Catherine Finnegan. R.I.P. Funeral to Hannahstown. David H. and Catherine Finnegan
Fleming - May 4th, 1951, at his home, 35 Everton Drive, Cregagh, Matthew, loving husband of Grace Fleming
Flood - June 11th, 1936, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Constable Brice Douglas Flood, R.U.C., Crossgar, and dearly-loved husband of Margaret Flood. Funeral from his late residence, 41 Rosebery Road, to Dundonald Churchyard. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife, Sons and Daughters
Foggo - George William, "Stonegate" 61 Amberley Road, Palmers Green, N.13, January 1932 (card)
Forsythe - December 28th, 1930, at her father's residence, Fortbreda, Ormeau Road, Mary (May) the dearly loved daughter of Joseph and Rose Forsythe. Interment to Knockbreda. Deeply regretted by her Father, Mother, Sisters and Brother
Foster - May 31st, 1943, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, John, dearly-beloved son of John and Emma B. Foster. Funeral from his late residence, Glenalla, Knockbreda Road, Cregagh, to Knockbreda Cemetery, 2nd.
Foster - September 29th, 1954, at his residence, Glenalla, Knockbreda Road, John, dearly-loved husband of Emma B. Foster. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Son, Ronnie - Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, Doris and William A. Drummond, and Grandchildren, Glenside, Knockbreda Road
Freeman-Archer - June 3rd, 1937, at 23 Holland Park, Belfast, Annie, wife of William Freeman-Archer
Freeman-Archer
- April 16th, 1942, at his residence, 23 Holland Park, Belfast, William Freeman-Archer - (card) William, 23 Holland Park, Belfast April 1942
Gallaher - April 15th, 1935, at his residence, Roslyn, Cregagh, Belfast, John Frederick (late G.P.O., Belfast), dearly-beloved husband of Rose Anne Gallaher. Funeral at 11 o'clock to New Cemetery, Antrim (by motor)
Gass - April 3rd, 1930 (suddenly), John K., dearly beloved husband of Edith Gass. Funeral from "Lisnard," Knockbreda Road, Cregagh to Dundonald Cemetery
Gass - April 7th, 1945, at her residence, Lisnard, Knockbreda Road, Cregagh, Edith Sarah Gass
Gatensby - November 21st, at her residence, Millisle Road, Donaghadee, Mary, relict of the late Thomas Gatensby
Gault - September 15th, 1915, at his residence, 7 Cliftonpark Avenue, John H. Gault, J.P. Funeral to Templepatrick Old Burying-ground, some 70 years of age
George - February 2nd, 1919, at her residence, Main Street, Randalstown, Martha, widow of the late Alexander George
Gibson - March 13th, 1961, at Hospital, Elizabeth, of 1 Cregagh Park, widow of Andrew Gibson and beloved mother of Andrew, Mary and Elinor. Funeral from Thomas Johnson & Sons, 43 Bedford Street to Knockbreda Churchyard
Gilchrist - November 30th, 1918, at Dunedin, Ravenhill Park, Belfast, David, aged 20, dearly-beloved son of David and Jeannie Gilchrist. To Knockbreda Cemetery (card - the date on the card is 27th November 1918?)
Govan - December 30th, at the Thompson Memorial Home, Lisburn, Thomas H., beloved husband of Gertrude Govan, 102 Deramore Avenue, Belfast
Govan - January 5th, (no year) at his residence, Devonshire Villas, 3 North Parade, Thomas Russell Govan, in his 79th year. Funeral to City Cemetery
Graham - February 9th, 1914, at the residence of his father, 3 Brooklyn Villas, Groomsport Road, Bangor, George, the dearly loved son of William Graham, solicitor, ages 30 years (Obit)
Graham - September 29th, 1917? Lieutenant J. Lawson Graham (see here for more details)
Graham - September 26th, 1953 (suddenly), at Northampton General Hospital, Duncan, much-loved son of Duncan and Helen Graham, 67 Onslow Parade, Belfast
Graham - March 1st, 1954 (after a short illness), in Hospital, Hugh, dearly-loved husband of Mary Frances Graham. Funeral from his residence, 5 Princess Gardens, Millisle Road, Donaghadee, to Donaghadee Parish Churchyard
Graham - November 16th, 1954 (suddenly), at her residence, Meadway, Northampton, Thelma, widow of Duncan Graham, formerly of Belfast, and loved mother of Malcolm and Stewart. Deeply regretted by the Family Circle
Gray - October 10th, 1929, at his residence, Ashlea, Cregagh, Matthew David Gray
Grimshaw - April 9th, 1936, at Knocknageeha, Galwally Park, Belfast, Reginald Walter, third son of the late O'Donnell Grimshaw
Ground - October 20th, 1921 (suddenly), at his residence, 101 Portallo Street, Tom Ground (late Q.M.S. Royal Irish Fusiliers). His remains will be removed from above address for interment in City Cemetery
Ground - June 24th, 1915, Private Alfred William, 1st Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers, beloved husband of Elizabeth, of 50 Newry Street, Belfast, in No. 8 Casualty Clearing Station of wounds received in action (photo below) (Memoriam)


Alfred William Ground

Ground - September 26th, 1915, Alfred William, aged 1 year and 6 months, infant son of Elizabeth and the late Alfred William Ground, 50 Newry Street, Belfast (above)
Ground - July 3rd, 1957, in Oldham, Caroline Ground. Funeral from her brother's residence, 79 Portallo Street to City Cemetery, Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Brother and Sister-in-law, Frederick and Eleanor and Family
Haldane - May 1st, 1954, at Hospital, Daisy (Dai), dearly-beloved wife of Arthur
Hale - November 28th, 1950, Annie, dearly loved wife of Joseph Hale, Ballela House, Banbridge
Hamill - (no date but all other dates in same paper are (8th) February, 1919) - Ballynadrenta L.O.L. 1059, Aldergrove, Hamill, The Master and Members of above Lodge deeply regret the death, on the 8th inst., of their esteemed Brother, George Hamill, D.M. and P.M., S. Dalton, W.M. & J. Russell, Secretary
Hammerton - October 31st, 1949, at her residence, 101 Portallo Street, Eveline Alexandra (Eva). Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery, Deeply regretted by Stanley and Hazel - The Officers and Members of Jocelyn Polling Station (Ormeau Unionist Association) deeply regret the death of Miss Eva Hammerton and tender sincerest sympathy to her Mother and Sister, V. Kent, Hon. Sec. - Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Mother and Sister - Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sister and Brother-in-law, May and Hugh Towe, 83 Portallo Street - Deeply regretted by her Aunt Eva and Family, 14 Willowholme Drive
Hannon - November 21st, 1918, at her parents' residence, 6 Ardmoulin Street, Maggie Pauline, only daughter of Sergeant James Hannon, R.I.C. and Rose Anne Hannon R.I.P. Interment in the family burying-ground Laragh, Co. Cavan. James and Rose Anne Hannon
Harvey - November 22nd, 1918, at his residence, 87 Rathmore Street, Belfast, John Harvey. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed for interment in Drumbo Burying-ground. Mary Jane Harvey - Inserted by his Son and Daughter-in-law, Alec and Minnie Harvey; also his Son-in-law and Daughter, James and Minnie Burton, and Grandchildren
Hayes - May 15, 1927, at her residence, Ballymaconaghy, Cregagh, Margaret, widow of the late Hugh Hayes. Thomas Hayes
Hayes - February 2nd, 1956, at his residence, Union Lodge, Boardmills, Thomas, beloved husband of Catherine Hayes. Funeral to Killaney Churchyard
Heazley - May 23rd, 1947, at a Private Nursing Home, Elizabeth M., loved wife of H. D. Heazley, 18 Cregagh Road. Funeral on 26th at Dundonald Cemetery
Henderson - October 10th, 1932, at St. Thomas's Hospital, London, James, late of Everton Drive, Cregagh. Funeral will leave "Somerleyton," Lanercost Road, S.W.2 on 14th for interment in Norwood Cemetery
Herschell - June 25th, 1936, at 8 Eaton Road, Birkenhead, Charlotte, wife of the late Moritz Herschell. Funeral at Flaybrick Hill Cemetery, Birkenhead
Hill - October 27th, 1918, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Canada (of pneumonia), Walter, only surviving son of Mrs. Robert Hill, 103 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast; also his youngest son, Bernard, aged 1 year and 8 months
Hill - November 20th, 1918, at his residence, 82 Wilgar Street, Strandtown, Edwin Hill. The remains of my dearly beloved husband will be removed from above address for interment in Dundonald Cemetery. Rhoda Hill
Hill - April 23rd, 1959, at Ollarview, Ballyclare, Annie Holmes Hill, widow of Edward Hill (solicitor) - The Members of Ballyclare Tennis Club regret the death of their good friend, Mrs. A. Hill, mother of Hon. Secretary Miss Marie Hill
Hogg - August 7th, 1939 (suddenly), at Private Nursing Home, Shirley Magill, second daughter of John and Marie Hogg, 2 St. John's Park. Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery
Hunter - February 9th, 1919, at County Antrim Infirmary, Lisburn, Maggie, dearly-loved daughter of Robert and Martha Hunter. Funeral from her parents' residence, 8 Harbour View, for interment in Lisburn Cemetery
Hunter - April 3rd, 1922, ay 6 Victoria Villas, Ballyclare, James, the dearly loved husband of Olive E. Hunter (youngest son of the late John Hunter, Church Lane, Doagh) Funeral to Doagh Burying-ground 10th. - Olive Masonic Lodge, Doagh 467. Members of the above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of their late esteemed Brother, James Hunter, S.W., T. MacCartney, W.M. & J. M. Legate, P.M. (Secy.) - Doagh Union Masonic Lodge 317., Alex. McConnell, W.M. & James Logan, P.M. (Secy.) - Olive (Doagh) Masonic Lodge No. 487., Thomas Macartney, B.A., W.M. & James M. Legate, P.M., Secy. - R.A.C. No. 317, Doagh, Companions of above Chapter are requested to attend the funeral of their late highly-esteemed Companion, James Hunter, C.B.V., John McConnell, E.K. & James Logan, P.K. - R.A.C. No. 160 Templepatrick, John Anderson, E.K. & John F. McDonald, P.K., Registrar
Jackson - November 20th, 1918 (from pneumonia), at her parents' residence, 2 Lyle Street, Eileen Myrtle Gilbery, dearly and much loved daughter of Samuel and Eveline Jackson. Interment at Ballylesson Churchyard
Johnston - November 21, 1918, at his parents' residence, 28 Montrose Street, Walter, the beloved son of Thomas and Phoebe Johnston. Interred 23rd in Comber Churchyard
Johnston (née Davison) - October 11th, 1960 (suddenly), at her residence, Dunmow, Essex, May, dearly-loved wife of Finlay and dear mother of Paul and Helen. Funeral from her brother's residence, 104 Barnett's Road, 15th to Knockbreda Cemetery - Dearly-loved daughter of Ellen and the late Walter Davison, 30 Lichfield Avenue
Kane - February 17th, 1942 (suddenly), at Royal Victoria Hospital, Samuel, dearly-loved husband of Jean Kane, 179 Tate's Avenue. Funeral to Larne. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Son
Kell - February 14th, 1925, at his residence, "Tivtarney," Downshire Road, Cregagh, Belfast, James Kell, in his 81st year. Funeral to Castlereagh 17th - Mountpottinger Sunday School Teachers, The Teachers of above School are respectfully requested to attend the funeral of their dearly beloved fellow Teacher, Mr. J. Kell, A. McRoberts and J. Haslett, Secs. - Mr. J. Kell's Bible Class, David A. Ireland & Jas. A. Kerr, Secs.
Kenny - May 22nd, 1960, at the Braid Valley Hospital, Ballymena, William Montgomery, beloved husband of Hannah Kenny, formerly of Everton Drive, Cregagh, Belfast. Funeral to Ballymena Cemetery
Kerr - January 13th, 1919, at her residence, 24 Winchester Street, Boston, Mass., Margaret, the dearly-beloved daughter of Margaret and the late Robert Adair, 2 Lake Street, Belfast - Deeply regretted by her loving Brother and Sister-in-law, William and Elizabeth Adair, 59 Lake Street - Deeply regretted by her brother and Sister-in-law, James and Maggie Adair, 40 Donegall Road - Deeply regretted by her loving Brother and Sister-in-law, Robert and Nellie Adair, 59 Lake Street
King - August 16th, 1952 (suddenly), Barbara, dearly-loved daughter of Chad and Sheila King, 37 Thornhill Drive, Belfast
Kinnell - April 25th, 1920, at the residence of his son-in-law (E. Bradshaw, 28 Bawnmore Road, Belfast) Joseph, beloved husband of Martha Kinnell, in his 76th year. M. Kinnell
Kinnell - August 15th, 1927, at Carrig, 28 Bawnmore Road, Belfast, Martha, widow of Joseph Kinnell
Kirk - July 8th, 1933, at "The Pines," Newtownbreda, Belfast, Jessie H., widow of the later Robert Kirk
Kirk
(late G.P.O.) - April 20th, 1935 or 25 (unclear) (suddenly), at Ivan Cottage, Cregagh, Ernest, dearly-loved husband of Lizzie Kirk. Funeral to City Cemetery
Kirk - June 15th, 1941, Thomas M. Kirk, youngest son of the late Robert Kirk, of The Pines, Newtownbreda, Belfast
Kirk - July 18th, 1942, at Ivan Cottage, Cregagh, Ernest Ivan, youngest son of the late Ernest and Elizabeth Kirk
Law - February 9th, 1919 Robert Law, 39 Kirkliston Drive, Bloomfield, Accountant to Antrim Iron Ore Co. Ltd.
Lawson - November 20th, 1918, at her residence, 27 Maymount Street, Sarah (Cissie) Lawson, the dearly-beloved wife of William Lawson. Interment at Derriaghy Churchyard - National Amalgamated Society of Operative House and Ship Painters and Decorators, Belfast No. 2 Branch, Members of above Branch are requested to attend the funeral of Mrs. Lawson, wife of Brother William Lawson, R. N. Mackey, B.P. & John McBride, Secy. - Temperance Guiding Star (Ballymacarrett) L.O.L. 265, The officers and Members of above Lodge are requested to attend the funeral of the wife of their respected Brother, William Lawson, Richard J. Jackson, W.M. & James Spence, Secretary
Livingstone - August 28th, 1932, at the Hospital, Lurgan, the result of an accident, William John Livingstone. Funeral from his late residence, Edenvale, Windsor Avenue, Lurgan to the New Cemetery Jeannie Livingstone
Livingston - April 9th, 1938, at her residence, "Miami" Finaghy Road North, Elizabeth, wife of the late Hugh Livingston, of Lurgan. Interred in Lurgan New Cemetery
Logan - November 21st, 1918, at the Dispensary House, Ballynure, Dr. John Beatty Logan, youngest son of the late Dr. Wm. Logan and Mrs. Logan, Whitehead. Funeral to Ballynure Burying-ground, Katie Logan
Loughead - November 11th , 1918?, John, 11 Crosby Street, Bangor (see story)
Lowden - May 18th, 1948, at Dromore Hospital, Sydney, beloved husband of Isobel Lowden
Lynn - January 25th, 1961, in hospital, Samuel, dearly-loved husband of Ada L. Lynn, 41 Downshire Road, Belfast (31 or 51 years old)
Macrory - December 28th, at Willowbrook, Cregagh Road, Belfast, Mary Ann, last survivor of the family of David and Mary Macrory. Funeral to Castlereagh
Magee - November 20th, 1918, at his residence, 10 Rosewood Street, John, the dearly-beloved husband of Annie Magee R.I.P. Interment 24th at Tullylish, passing through Banbridge. Inserted by his sorrowing Wife and Daughter Maureen
Magee - November 21st, 1918, at the residence of her aunt, 4 Donegall Avenue, Nellie Magee. Interment at Carnmoney, M. Kerr
Magee - February 16th, 1959, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Elizabeth Jane, widow of Robert Magee, 32 Downshire Road, Cregagh
Maitland - June 8th, at Nursing Home, Belfast, Kate Mullin, dearly-beloved daughter if the late J. S. and Mrs. Maitland. 279 Castlereagh Road
Martin - November 20th, 1918, at her mother's residence, 183 Matilda Street, Annie, dearly-loved twin daughter of Mary Ann Martin. Interment in the City Cemetery. Deeply regretted by her Mother, Brothers, and Sisters - Linfield Olympic F.C., The Players and Members of the above Club are requested to attend the funeral of the sister of their respected Member, Edward Martin, A. McVeigh, Secretary & J. Bradshaw, Treasurer
Mathers - October 27th, 1941, at 17 Lynda Park, Jordanstown, Henry Leslie Mathers, son of the late Henry Mathers, J.P., of Maralin
McAnally - January 29th, 1925, at his residence, 246 Castlereagh Road, Belfast, Charles McAnally. Funeral to Moneyrea on 31st. Deeply regretted by his loving Brothers and Sisters
McBride - November 21st, 1918, at 60 Dundee Street, Mary T., youngest and dearly-beloved daughter of James and Mary McBride. Interment in Balmoral Cemetery. Inserted by her loving Father and Mother (the former on active service); also her Brother and Sister, and Grandmother, Uncles, and Aunts, 5 Neely Street
McBride - July 1st, 1929, at his father's residence, 20 Atlantic Avenue, Belfast, Thomas McBride, son of Thomas and the late Annabella McBride. Funeral 3rd. to Carnmoney Cemetery - Muskerry Masonic Lodge No. 433, Thomas Howe, W.M. & Henry G. McCabe, P.M., Secretary - Muskerry "Peace" R.A.C. 433, M. Stevenson, E.K. & J. G. Douglas, Registrar
McCammon - January 5th, 1922, at Pendleton, England, Minnie Hill, late of Ardmore Terrace, Holywood, widow of the late Rev. Francis McCammon, Non-Subscribing Minister, of Banbridge, County Down, and daughter of the late Rev. George Hill, Librarian of Queen's College, Belfast. Funeral Old Meetinghouse Green, Banbridge, leaving Fleetwood steamer, arriving Banbridge
McCandless - November 21st, 1918, at her residence, 13 Roe Street, Cliftonville, Elizabeth (Lizzie), the dearly beloved daughter of John and Matilda McCandless. Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery
McCann - October 25th, 1933, Florence, dearly-beloved wife of Thomas A. McCann, 16 Waverley Drive, Bangor
McClean - November 6th, 1946 (suddenly), at Ardlogher, Belturbet, Co. Cavan, Rev. James McClean, senior Minister of Carrigallen Presbyterian Church
McClean - March 3rd, 1953, at his residence, 18 Everton Drive, Cregagh, William, dearly-beloved husband of Anna E. McClean. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery
McCleave - January 24th, 1937, at Larne District Hospital, William McCleave, Millbrook Funeral to Kilwaughter Cemetery
McCleave - December 19th, 1937, at Larne District Hospital, John, husband of Agnes McCleave, Millbrook, Larne. Funeral from hospital 21st. to Kilwaughter Cemetery
McCleave - January 6th, 1942, at 24 Everton Drive, Cregagh, Belfast, Agnes, widow of John McCleave, Millbrook, Larne. Funeral to Kilwaughter Cemetery arriving at Gingles Crossroads
McClelland - November 13th, 1922, William John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter McClelland, Glencoe,
Shandon Park, Knock (suddenly), at Western Hospital, Fulham, London. Funeral from Fleetwood Boat, to Hillhall, Lisburn
McCormick - November 26th, 1921, at Willow Bank, Knockbreda Road, Florence Margaret, aged 5 years, second and dearly loved daughter of William McCormick. Funeral to Knockbreda
McCormick - August 11th, 1934, at Loughview, Newtownbreda (suddenly), Norman Thompson McCormick, aged 9 years, youngest and dearly-beloved son of John and Agnes McCormick. Funeral to Knockbreda Churchyard 13th
McCormick - January 27th, 1954 (suddenly, in his 82nd year), at his residence, Loughview, Newtownbreda, John B. H., dearly-loved husband of Agnes McCormick. Funeral 29th to Knockbreda Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family
McCourt - (cards) brothers and sisters of the late Mrs. J. B. McCourt, 32 Dee Street, Belfast April 1938 - Mr. J. B. and daughters, 9 Bathgate Drive, Strandtown, Belfast April 1938
McCrea - November 21st, 1918, at his residence, Lissue, Lisburn, James, dearly-beloved husband of Eliza McCrea. Funeral to Drumbeg, Eliza McCrea
McCudden - June 27th, 1044 (suddenly), Theodora (Theo), loved daughter of Ellen and the late Robert McCudden. Funeral from her mother's residence, 81 Deramore Avenue to Knockbreda Burying-ground
McCully - July 18th, 1952, at Ards Hospital, William, dearly loved husband of Kathleen McCully, 45 Downshire Road, Cregagh, Belfast (formerly of Ballyhay, Donaghadee). Interred in Dundonald Cemetery on 21st.
McDowell - November 21st, 1918, at her residence, 20 Avonbeg Street, Mary McDowell, widow of the late Hugh McDowell. Funeral to City Cemetery, Thomas McDowell, 28 Willowbank Street - W. and E. Cole, 20 Avonbeg Street
McDonald - April 15th, 1954, at his residence, Kingsden, 70 Knock Road, Thomas Edmond Rainey, beloved husband of Eileen McDonald
McDowell - June 26th, 1921 at Wyncroft, 22 Adelaide Park, Belfast, John McDowell. Funeral to Antrim Cemetery
McDowell - April 7th, 1925, David McDowell (Manager of The Grove Weaving Company Ltd.), eldest son of the late Matthew McDowell, of Glenbank. The remains of my dearly-loved husband will be removed from his residence, Cregagh Villa, Cregagh for interment in Umgall, Lavinia McDowell
McDowell - January 24th, 1936, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Lilian Margaret, eldest daughter of Lavinia McDowell and the late David McDowell, 162 Donaghadee Road, Bangor
McFadzen - April 29th, 1936, at Banbridge, Jessie, elder daughter of the late William and Mary A. McFadzen. Interment from her late residence, Reilly Street, Banbridge, to the family burying-ground, Scarva Street Presbyterian Churchyard
McFadzen - March 9th, 1938, at Rathmines, Dublin, Thomas John McFadzen (in his 69th year), second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William McFadzen, Reilly Street, Banbridge. Funeral 12th to Scarva Street Burying-ground, Banbridge, reaching War Memorial at 2 p.m.
McFadzean - April 9th, 1939, at his residence, Rubicon, Cregagh, Belfast, William, dearly-loved husband of Annie. To Knockbreda Churchyard. The Mount Masonic Lodge No. 358. The W.M. and Brethren of the above Lodge regret to learn of the death of their highly-esteemed Member, W.Bro. William McFadzean. William Burns, W.M. & John Elliott, P.M., Sec. (card) Mrs. Wm. McFadzean and Family, Rubicon, Cregagh, Belfast April 1939
McGhie - April 20th, 1960, at her residence, Kilwarlin, Everton Drive, Cregagh, Annie E., widow of John Finney McGhie, Castlemahon. Funeral to Ballyculter Churchyard. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughters and Son-in-law
McGrath - May 14th, 1932, at her residence, 3 Delaware Street, Sarah, dear wife of the late John McGrath, and youngest daughter of the late Samuel and Mary A. Parkinson, Kilmore, Co. Down. Funeral from above address 16th to Knockbreda. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Daughters, Sarah and Catherine and Son and Daughter-in-law, William and J. McGrath, 37 Delaware Street, John and M. McGrath, 92 Haypark Avenue, also Daughters and Son-in-law, Mary and D. Willix, 115 Deramore Avenue, Susan and H. Jordan, Chicago, U.S.A., also Grandchildren
McIlhagga - September 7th, 1946 (suddenly), at his residence, 294 Cregagh Road, Nathaniel, dearly-beloved husband of Sarah A. McIlhagga. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery
McKay - Previously reported missing, now believed to have lost his life on operations, June, 1943, Sergt.-Observer W. J. (Bill) McKay, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McKay, Larne, and dear husband of Ruby Hughes, Highgate, London, N.19
McKeag - November 20th, 1918, at Ballyhay, Donaghadee, Robert McKeag. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed, for interment in the family burying-ground, Donaghadee, Mary McKeag
McKee - September 9th, 1949, at his residence, 34 Downshire Road, Cregagh, John McKee (late of Newry Street, Banbridge). Funeral to Banbridge Cemetery 12th
McKee - February 26th, 1955, at h8is home 14 Linden Gardens, James, loved husband of Adeline McKee
McKibbin - November 21st, 1918, at his residence, 73 Donegall Road, Belfast, George, second and dearly-beloved son of Margaret and the late William McKibbin. Interment at Blaris, the family burying-ground, Insertion by his sorrowing Mother Margaret McKibbin; also his brother and Sister
McKittrick - November 26th, 1925, at her residence, 79 Fitzroy Avenue, Belfast, Sara, daughter of the late James McKittrick. Funeral to City Cemetery
McKittrick - January 2nd, 1927, in a Nursing Home, James McKittrick, 79 Fitzroy Avenue, younger son of the late James McKittrick, Belfast. Funeral to City Cemetery
McKittrick - August 16th, 1942, at her residence, 79 Fitzroy Avenue, Louise Ann Beare, daughter of the late James McKittrick
McKittrick - December 29th, 1958, at Hospital, Georgina McKittrick, late of 79 Fitzroy Avenue, Belfast. Funeral from Thomas Johnson & Sons, 43 Bedford Street, to City Cemetery
McMullan - May 21st, 1934, at her residence, Ballyherley House, Portaferry, Alicia Josephine, dearly-beloved wife of William McMullan
McNinch - September 14th, 1942, James Watt McNinch, Senior, Ransevyn, Larne
McRobert - May 24th, 1938, at his residence, Knock-na-Gar, Greenisland, William McRobert, in his 87th year
Mearns - July 16th, 1955, at her residence, Mossvale Road, Dromore, Co. Down, Sarah, widow of James Mearns
Millar - John Forsythe, (no date but WW2) result of enemy action, dearly-loved husband of May Millar (nee McFadzean). Funeral from 69 Locksley Park, Finaghy to Knockbreda Cemetery
Millar - November 6th, 1944, at her residence, Knocklayd, Knockbreda Road, Belfast, Eunice Maud, the dearly beloved wife of William Millar. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery 8th
Milliken - November 21st, 1918, at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Richmond, 22 Drummond Street, Larne, Mary Milliken. Interment in New Church, Islandmagee. Eliza Richmond
Mills - November 21st, 1950 (suddenly), at his residence, Everton Drive, Cregagh, Belfast, Robert, dearly-loved husband of Robina Mills. Funeral to Ballygowan Churchyard 24th. Deeply regretted by his loving Wife and Family
Mitchell - October 14th, 1936, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Margaret, widow of David Mitchell. The remains of our beloved sister will be removed from her late residence, Locksley, Everton Drive, Cregagh for interment in Knockbreda Burying-ground. Deeply regretted John and Minnie Campbell, Irish Quarter West, Carrickfergus - Deeply regretted F. G. M. and E. Robinson - Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Brother and Sister-in-law George and Elizabeth Campbell and Family, 25 Canning Street - Deeply regretted D. and B. Rainey, also Nieces and Nephews, Main Street, Randalstown
Moore - May 19th, 1909, at 3 Clifton Terrace, Belfast, Mr. James Moore, Manager of Nomad's Weekly. Interred at Ballywillan Churchyard, Portrush 21st. (Obituary)
Moore - November 20th, 1939 at his residence, 249 Ravenhill Avenue, William John, dearly-beloved husband of Annie Moore. To Dundonald Cemetery
Mullen - November 20th, 1918 (result of an accident), at his uncle's residence, 44 Essex Street, Richard, the dearly beloved nephew of Alexander Boyd. Interment in Shankill Burying-ground. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Uncle and two little Cousins, Alexander Boyd - Dearly-beloved Cousin of Margaret and Robert Boyd
Murray - November 21st, 1918, at her residence, 30 Donore Street, Rose, the eldest and dearly-beloved daughter of James and Mary Jane Murray R.I.P. Interment in Milltown Cemetery
Neill - December 10th, 1925, Minnie, beloved wife of John Neill, 55 Main Street, Larne. Funeral from her parents' residence, 9 Meeting-house Street, for interment in Larne New Cemetery/ Deeply Regretted, John Neill
Orr - June 26th, 1918 (suddenly), at Orlock, Everton Drive, Cregagh, John, the beloved husband of Rachel E. Orr, Funeral to Knockbreda. Inserted by his sorrowing Wife and Family (see also L.-Cpl. Herbert Orr, R.I.R.)
Owens - June 11th, 1958, at his home, 37 Ellesboro Road, Harborne, Birmingham, William Waugh, dearly-beloved husband of Jean, and eldest son of the late William and Jeannie Owens, Castlederg and Londonderry. Funeral from Carlisle Road Methodist Church, Londonderry to Glendermott New Cemetery
Palmer - May 29th, 1945, at his residence, 74 Ardenlee Avenue, Henry, beloved husband of Ellen Palmer
Palmer - December 2nd, 1950 (suddenly), at Royal Victoria Hospital, Ellen, widow of Henry Palmer. Funeral from her late residence, 74 Ardenlee Avenue to Knockbreda Cemetery
Pantridge - December 20th, 1924, at his residence, Mossvale, Ballynahinch Road, Dromore, Co. Down. Isaac, aged 96 years. Interred in family burying-ground, Dromore Cathedral, 22nd.
Pantridge - March 18th, 1928 (by cable), at Winnipeg, Canada, Mary Margaret Pantridge, formerly of Hampton House Schools, Balmoral, beloved wife of Isaac Pantridge, Dromore, Down
Pantridge - May 22nd, 1934, at his residence, Mossvale Road, Dromore, Co. Down, Isaac, second son of the late Isaac Pantridge. Funeral to family burying-ground, Dromore Cathedral, 24th
Pantridge - November 19th, 1935, at his residence, Mossvale Road, Dromore, Co. Down, Richard Pantridge, eldest son of the late Isaac Pantridge. Funeral to family burying-ground, Dromore Cathedral - Duke Schomberg's Temperance L.O.L. No. 730, Dromore, Co. Down, James McCarthy, W.M., Mark Gardiner, D.M. & W. M. Watson, Secy.
Pantridge - January 21st, 1942, at his residence, Banbridge Road, Dromore, County Down, Thomas, dearly-beloved husband of Anna Margaret Pantridge. Funeral to Dromore Cathedral Churchyard - Dromore Masonic Lodge No. 70, H. M. Scott, W.M.; W. J. Baxter, P.M., Secy. - Royal Arch Chapter 70, William J. Dunlop, E.K.; W. G. McAlister, P.K., Reg.
Patterson - September 22nd, 1950, at Clinon, 104 Barnett's Road, David F. Patterson (late of Greenock). Funeral from S. Furphy's Private Funeral Parlour, 141 Upper Newtownards Road to Dundonald Cemetery
Paul - January 20th, 1919, at 15 Church Street, Coleraine, Joseph Paul. Interred in Coleraine Cemetery
Pelan - November 22, 1918, at his residence, Sycamore Hill, Tullynacross, Lambeg, James, eldest son of the late Francis Pelan. Funeral to family burying-ground, Lambeg, Deeply regretted, Fred W. Pelan
Pentland - March 20th, 1936, William Pentland (late well-known Horse Dealer and Contractor to the Belfast City Corporation). Funeral from his late residence, The Cottage, Cregagh to City Cemetery, 23rd. Deeply regretted by his Sister and Brothers, and his Brethren in the Lord
Perry - November 21st, 1918, at Lisleen, Electa Perry. Interment in the family-burying-ground, Gransha, William Perry
Perry - January 27th, 1919, at her residence, 14 Matchett Street, Belfast, Margaret Jane, dearly-beloved wife of Robert Perry, and eldest daughter of the late William Barnes, Belfast
Phoenix - July 4th, 1945, at his residence, Lisnacree, 37 Downshire Road, Cregagh, Edmund, beloved husband of Mabel Phoenix, Funeral 6th to City Cemetery
Pollock - March 21st, 1918, 29379 Private William Pollock, 2nd Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, Reported missing now reported killed, dearly-beloved son of Margaret Pollock, Deeply regretted and sadly mourned by his sorrowing Mother and Sisters, Nell?, Maggie, and his Brother Robert, Also his Uncle, Robert McKen?, 130 Boundary Street, Belfast, aged 2? and 3 months, dearly-beloved brother of A. Cranston, Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Sister, 130 Boundary Street - Beloved Nephew of William Pollock, Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Uncle, 126 Boundary Street - Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Friend, Mrs. Kelly and Family, 136 Boundary Street
Proctor - At 14 Thalia Street, David (wee David), only son of John and Maud Proctor. Interment in City Cemetery
Quinn - November 22nd, 1918, at her residence, 11 Prospect Road, Bangor, Elizabeth, the beloved mother of J. S. and J. Quinn
Ramsey - November 21st, 1918, at his residence, 323 Donegall Road, James, the dearly-beloved husband of Susan Ramsey. Interment in City Cemetery - True Friendship Masonic Lodge, No. 663, of their respected Brother, James Ramsey, P.M., 325 Donegall Road, Geo. Douglas, W.M. & H. J. Rollins, P.M., Secretary - True Friendship R.A.C., No. 663, W. D. Moore, E.K. & James French, P.K., Registrar
Rea - May 14th, 1926, at his residence, 33 Roseleigh Street, Thomas, dearly-beloved husband of Martha Rea. Funeral to Kilwaughter, passing Lowtown (Larne line) Martha Rea - James Chambers Masonic Lodge No. 318, R. McKillen, W.M. & D. A. Reynolds, P.M., Secretary - James Chambers R.A.C. No. 318, James McLarnon, E.K. & A. McAfee, P.K., Registrar - R.A.O.B. Prince of Wales Lodge No. 2370, W. Barker, C.P., W.P. & J. McLaughlin, K.O.M., C.S.
Reid - March 14th, 1926, at her parents' residence, Marine Road, Carnlough, Agnes Sales, infant daughter of David and Daisy Reid
Reid - March 25th, 1926, at his parents' residence, Marine Road, Carnlough, James Robinson, infant son of David and Daisy Reid. Funeral 27th.
Reid - August 19th, 1953 (suddenly), at Cheltenham, (next entry says Gloucester) England, David, beloved husband of Agnes Reid, Marine Road, Carnlough, Co. Antrim. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Son and Daughter-in-law, David and Ella, also Grandchildren, R.U.C., Holywood - The Officers and Members of Carnlough L.O.L. 1180 regret the death of the father of their esteemed Members, Brs. John, Kenneth and Oswald Reid, and tender sincere sympathy, John Cahoon, W.M.
Reid - December 23rd, 1956, at the Moyle Hospital, Larne, John McCleave, dearly-beloved husband of Martha Reid, Whitehill? Road, Carnlough. Funeral from his mother's residence, Marine Road, Carnlough to Ardclinis Churchyard
Richards - May 22nd, 1944, at Royal Victoria Hospital, Annie Richards, beloved sister of Mrs. Gray, Ashlea, Knockbreda Road
Ritchie - September 14th, 1916, at her residence, Cliftonville, Antrim Road, Lisburn, Sarah, relict of the late John Ritchie. Funeral to Broomhedge Churchyard
Robb - November 20th, 1918, Thomas Milliken Robb (after a short illness), late of Ballysillan House
Roberts - November 22nd, 1918, at her father's residence, 22 Solway Street, wee Ellen, the twin daughter of R. E. Roberts. Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery
Robinson - October 18th, 1935 (rather suddenly), Graham Crawford Robinson, of 2 Auburn Villas, Ormeau Road, and Fortbreda Riding School, Belfast, dearly-beloved son of Mrs. St. George Robinson, Gorteen, Coleraine, and of the late St. George Robinson, Woodville, Sligo
Robinson - March 5th, 1937, at his residence, Locksley, Everton Drive, Cregagh, Francis George Robinson (late Chief Inspector Harbour Police), beloved husband of Mary E. Robinson. His remains will be removed from his late residence, 8th to Knockbreda Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife - Deeply regretted by his Sister-in-law and Brother-in-law, Elizabeth and George Campbell, also Nephews and Niece, 25 Canning Street, Belfast - Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Sister-in-law and Brother-in-law, Kathleen and Robert Robinson, also his Nephews and Nieces, Hopecroft, Glenavy - Deeply regretted by his Sister-in-law and Brother-in-law, Bella and David Rainey, Also Nephews and Nieces, Main Street, Randalstown - Deeply regretted by his Sister-in-law and Brother-in-law, Mary and John Campbell, Irish Quarter West, Carrickfergus - Donegore True Blues Masonic Lodge No. 92, Wm. Magowan, W.M. & Hugh Hamilton, P.M., Secy.
Rock - November 28th, 1957 (suddenly), Margaret Rock, 24 Everton Drive (late of Millbrook, Larne) - Dear friend of the Adams Family, Ednego, Banbridge - Daughter of the late Agnes McCleave of Millbrook, Larne. Funeral from Beech Grove, Ednego, Banbridge arriving at Thomas Johnston and Sons Rest Room, 43 Bedford Street, Belfast thence to Kilwaughter, Larne - Dearly-beloved sister of Agnes Reid, Marine Road, Carnlough
Rocke - January 9th, 1936, at Old Freehold, Kilwaughter, Larne, Joseph, beloved husband of the late Suson (Susan?) Rocke. Funeral to Kilwaughter New Cemetery John Magee
Rodgers - February 10th, 1948, at his residence, 43 Ravenhill Park, John, dearly-loved husband of Margaret Jane Rodgers. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery
Rose - February 9th, 1919, at her residence, 1 Westbourne Crescent, Lisburn, Elizabeth, beloved wife of ex-Sergeant John Rose. Funeral to Magheragall Churchyard, John Rose
Roy - February 9th, 1919, at her residence, 7 Evelyn Avenue, Sarah, the beloved wife of John Roy. Interred to City Cemetery, John Roy
Russell - November 21st, 1918, at Hillcrest, Newtownards, Samuel Russell. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed, for interment in Movilla Cemetery, Rhoda Russell
Rutherford - March 29th, 1938, at his residence, 198 Limestone Road, William Graham, beloved husband of Margaret Elizabeth Rutherford
Rutherford - October 17th, 1947, at her residence, 33 Lawrence Street, Isabella Dewar, dearly-loved wife of William Rutherford. Funeral 20th to Knockbreda Cemetery
Ryan - November 21st, 1918, at her son-in-law's residence, 35 Legnavea Street, Ligoniel, Ursula Ryan, wife of the late Patrick Ryan (late of Kirkcubbin) R.I.P. Funeral to Milltown Cemetery. Inserted by her sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, Margaret and Archie McQuade; also her loving Niece, Margaret King
Scott - February 9th, 1919, at her residence, 12 Landseer Street, Minnie, the dearly-beloved daughter of Elizabeth and the late James Scott. Interment in City Cemetery, Elizabeth Scott
Scott - April 9th, 1940, at his parents' residence, Ballylinney, Ballyclare, Robert Houston, dearly loved son of William and Mary Elizabeth Scott
Scott - July 25th, 1941, at his residence, Ballylinney, Ballyclare, William, dearly-loved husband of Mary E. Scott
Scott - September 30th, 1957, at Moyle Hospital, Mary Elizabeth, widow of William Scott, late of Ballylinney. Funeral from her late residence, Size Hill, Ballyclare to Ballyclare New Cemetery
Sefton - May 16th, 1952, at her residence, Loughview House, Knockbreda Road, Grace, widow of John Sefton. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery
Service - September 25th, 1916, at his residence, Cogry, Robert Service, aged 81 years. Interment in Kilwaughter Burying-ground. Robert Service
Service - June 15th, 1929, at Old Freehold, Kilwaughter, Larne, Ellen, widow of Robert Service, Rashee. Funeral from above address for interment in Rashee New Cemetery. Thomas H. Crymble
Service - August 8th, 1946, at his residence, Cloughan, Ballyclare, Thomas John, beloved husband of Grace Service. Funeral to Ballyclare New Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family - Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, Mary and James McFarlane, and Granddaughter Moira, Church Road, Randalstown - Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, Isa and Samuel Hill, 6 School Street, Ballyclare - Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Daughter and Son-in-law, Margaret and Robert Murdock, and Family, Ontario, Canada
Service - November 28th, 1956, at Massereene? Hospital, Jane, dearly-loved wife of Robert Service, late of Cogry, Doagh. Funeral from, Baird's Funeral Parlour, Antrim to Ballyclare New Cemetery
Shipcott - October 24th, 1914, the result of an accident, William Bradford Shipcott, 2 Lockview Road, Stranmillis, dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth Shipcott - U.V.F. 5th Battalion South Belfast Regiment, J. J. Hyde, Adjutant (newspaper clippings)
Shott - July 7th, 1932, at her residence, "Merton," Cregagh, Belfast, Lettie, beloved wife of W. T. Shott
Sinton - November 21st, 1918, at the residence of his mother, 2 Ulster Villas, Lisburn Road, Belfast, Victor W. Sinton, dearly-beloved husband of Molly Sinton, aged 37 years. Funeral to Friends' Burying-ground, Balmoral
Sloan - May 22nd, 1912, at 1 Ava Avenue, Ormeau Road, Robert G. Sloan, jun. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed from above address for interment in Shankill on 25th. Emily Sloan - Belfast City Temperance Masonic Lodge 481, John Gordon, W.M. & H. McKinley, Secretary (Obituary)
Sloan - January 10th, 1926, at 72 London Street, Jane, youngest daughter if the late James Sloan. Funeral to City Cemetery. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Sisters Margaret and Mary Sloan
Sloan - August 29th, 1930, at her residence, 72 London Street, Margaret, eldest daughter of the late James Sloan, Kilwaughter. Deeply regretted by her loving Sister. Mary Sloan
Sloane - November 21st, 1918, at her residence, 145 My Lady's Road, Belfast, Margaret Alice, dearly-beloved wife of Wm. J. Sloane, and daughter of the late William Chapman. Funeral 24th to Saintfield Presbyterian Church burying-ground,
Smith - At Glenmona, Cregagh Road, on 1st April, 1926, George Hill Smith, K.C., in his 93rd year. Funeral from his late residence on 5th April, Burial Service at Willowfield Church, Burial at St. Mark's, Armagh
Smyth - February 21st, 1916, at her residence, Gleneden, Kelvin Parade, Cliftonville, Sarah, relict of the late John Smyth, and mother of Rev. James Smyth, LL.D., Montreal. Interment to City Cemetery. Minnie Smyth (daughter)
Smyth - November 21st, 1918, at his parents' residence, 11 Keswick Street, James (Wee Jim), Funeral to Shankill Burying-ground. Little Jim has gone to heaven, Gone to be an angel fair; We must look and trust to Jesus, Till we meet our darling there. Deeply regretted by his Father, Mother, and Grandmother, Wm. J. and Nellie Smyth
Smyth - February 9th, 1919, at her parents' residence, 6 Orkney Street, Martha (wee Martha), the dearly-beloved infant daughter of Robert and Margaret Smyth. Interment in family burying-ground, Kirkinriola, Ballymena, Deeply regretted by her sorrowing Father and Mother; also her Grandmother, Uncles and Aunts
Smyth - February 2nd, 1945, at his residence, Everton, Knockbreda Road, Belfast, John George, beloved husband of Elizabeth Smyth
Steele - May 7th, 1912, at his residence, 6 Carlton Street, Belfast, Thomas Henry Steele. His remains will be removed, for interment in the family burying-ground, Crumlin, on the 9th. Thomas & Jane Steele - Social Masonic Lodge, No. 136, Joseph Bennett, W.M. & W. J. Stewart, P.M., Sec. - Royal Arch Chapter 54, Wm. Pryce, K. & Wm. Clegg, P.K., Registrar - Mountpottinger Football Club, E. Woods, Chairman & D. Hunter, Secretary
Stevenson - November 21st, 1918, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Samuel Joseph, the dearly-beloved son of Samuel and Mary Stevenson, 22 Drew Street. Interment in the family burying-ground, Clifton Street
Stevenson - September 26th, 1943, at her residence, Glencregagh, Belfast, Mary, widow of Samuel B. Stevenson and daughter of the late James Ferguson, J.P., of Silversprings, Templepatrick
Stewart - June 23rd, 1941, at Artnagross, Kilrea, Co. Derry, Alice, dearly-loved wife of Hugh Stewart, Fernleigh, Downshire Road, Cregagh
Stewart - April 2nd, 1942, at his residence, Fernleigh, Downshire Road, Cregagh, Hugh Stewart
Stewart - September 23rd, 1945 (suddenly), at her parents' residence, 221 Orby Drive, Belfast, Patricia Lesley, darling elder daughter of Leslie and Grace Stewart
Stewart - October 4th, 1950, at Hospital, John, dearly-loved husband of Margaret J. Stewart, Glendowan, Knockbreda Road. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family
Stewart - February 21st, 1959, at Hospital, Malcolm Weir, dearly-loved infant son of Peter and Audrey Stewart. Funeral from his grandparents' residence, 22 Everton Drive, 24th to Knockbreda
Telford - November 20th, 1918, at 218 Old Lodge Road, Maria, beloved wife of George Telford. Interment in Dundonald Cemetery, Geo. Telford
Topping - February 9th, 1919, at his father's residence, 54 Upper Glenfarne Street, Robert, only son of William and Mary Topping. Interment in City Cemetery, William Topping - 29th Belfast Troop Boy Scouts, please attend the funeral of their late Brother Scout, Bugler Robert Topping, T. J. P. McEvoy, Scoutmaster
Weatherall - November 20th, 1918, at his parents' residence, 15 Cumberland Street, James, the beloved son of W. J. and Ann Jane Weatherall. Interment in City Cemetery. Inserted by his sorrowing Father, Mother, Sisters and Brothers
Weir - October 23rd, 1923 at her residence, 69 Marlborough Park North, Frances Amelia, beloved wife of James C. Weir. To Dundonald Cemetery
Waddell - December 31st, 1939, at the Royal Victoria Hospital, William Younger and dearly-beloved son of William and Mary Waddell. Funeral from his parents' residence, 31 Downshire Road, Cregagh, to Knockbreda Cemetery
Walkington - January 5th, 1930, at his residence, 59 Tate's Avenue, Samuel Walkington. The remains of our beloved father will be removed for interment in Lambeg Churchyard
Wallace - September 30th, 1920, at a Private Nursing Home (following an operation), John Wallace, of Knockbreda Road, Cregagh, Belfast. The remains of my beloved husband will be removed from his late residence, for interment in the family burying-ground, Castlereagh. Rachel E. Wallace - Mrs. John Wallace and Family, Carlingford, Knockbreda Road, Belfast October 1920 (card)
Watters - January 6th, 1954 (suddenly), at his residence, 52 Sandown Road, William John, dearly-loved husband of Nellie Watters. Funeral to Knockbreda Cemetery
White - August 18th, 1920, at 459 Ormeau Road, Henry (Harry), only son of E. H. and Maggie White
White - August 3rd, 1928, at his residence, 547 Ormeau Road, Belfast, John, beloved husband of Sarah White
White - June 17th, 1931, at her residence, Ballymaconaghy, Newtonbreda, (Newtownbreda), Sarah Simpson, widow of Henry White, in her 98th year
Willis - November 21st, 1918, at the residence of her son-in-law, 184 Roden Street, Ann Jane, widow of the late John Willis, Castlerobin, Whitemountain. Interment to family burying-ground, Derriagh6y, Robert and Jane Magowan
Wilson - March 19th, 1944, at a Belfast Nursing Home, Jean C. Wilson, M.B., D.P.H., dearly-loved wife of Thomas Wilson, The Mill, Straid, Ballynure - much loved daughter of Annie K. Watson, M.B., and the late Robert Watson, M.D.
Wilson - May 6th, 1945, at a Nursing Home, John Bright Wilson. Funeral from his late residence, Upper Ballylagan, Ballynure to Ballynure Burying-ground. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife, Son and Daughter-in-law
Woods - May 13th, 1947, at her home, 27 Everton Drive, Belfast, Margaret E., widow of James Woods (late of Loughries, Newtownards), and mother of E. H. Martin. Funeral to Family Burying-ground, Ballyblack. A. E. H. Martin - Deeply regretted by her Son-in-law, J. Stevenson; also her Granddaughter and Husband and Great granddaughter, A. and E. and Ann Salisbury
Woodside - November 6th, 1937 (suddenly), Helen, widow of James Woodside. Cregagh Post Office
Wright - January 29th, 1914, at his residence, 90 Oldpark Avenue, Cliftonville, Thomas Wright (late Q.M.S. Royal Irish Fusiliers Depot, Armagh) His remains will be removed for interment in Dundonald Cemetery (photo & clipping)
Wright - January 28th, 1919, at 9 Arundel Street, Martha, eldest daughter of Martha A. and the late Anthony Wright. Interred in Dundonald Cemetery 30th
Wright - April 18th, 1957, at his home, Laurelbank, Rocky Road, Cregagh, Belfast, Robert N. Wright, my very dear husband
Wynne - October 17th, 1918, William John, second son of Frank and Agnes, Wynne, Greenville Terrace, Bloomfield, Killed in action
Wynne - November 21st, 1918 (of pneumonia), at his parents' residence, 13 Greenville Terrace, Bloomfield, Samuel Gilbert, third son of Frank and Agnes Wynee (Wynne). Interment in City Cemetery
Young - May 1st, 1911 (suddenly, the result of an accident), Robert H. (Bob), the dearly-beloved husband of Mary Young. His remains will be removed from his late residence, 76 Portallo Street, for interment in Dundonald Cemetery. Mary Young - The William Shannon Masonic Lodge 373. The members of the above Lodge and other brethren are requested to attend the funeral of our late Secretary, R. H. Young, P.M., P.P.S.G.D. Down, William Browne, W.M. & R. T. Gorman, P.M., Sec. pro. tem. - The William Shannon Royal Arch Chapter No. 373, ...attend the funeral of our late Registrar, Comp. R. H. Young, P.K., J. E. Whelan, M.E.K. & John Allen, Reg. pro. tem. - York L.O.L. 145, Edward Leathem, W.M. & John Sayers, Secretary (Newspaper Clipping of Accident) (photo below)


Mr. Robert Young

Young - October 4th, 1957 (suddenly), Gwendoline, dearly-loved wife of George Young, 12a Everton Drive, Belfast. Funeral from Thomas Johnson & Sons' Rest Room, 43 Bedford Street to Roselawn Cemetery

(no surname, might be Brady) November 20th, 1918, at her parents' residence, 70 Wellington Park, Aileen, aged 17. Funeral to Dundonald Cemetery

In Memoriam

Atkinson - November 22nd, 1917, In loving memory of Hugh Atkinson (late Second-Lieut. 10th Royal Irish Rifles), Intelligence Officer, 107th Brigade, Headquarters Staff, who fell in action at Cambrai, E. A. Atkinson, 31 Camden Street

Calwell - November 22nd, 1917, In loving memory of our dear son, Sergeant James Calwell (17393), Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action, Ever remembered by his sorrowing Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers (Robert on active service), R. J. and M. Calwell, Ballyduff, Carnmoney - Ever remembered by his loving Sister and Brother-in-law, Mary J. and Robert McMaster, 30 Kilronan Street, Belfast - Ever remembered by his loving Sister and Brother-in-law, Isabella and Robert Reilly, Ballyduff, Carnmoney

Dunwoody - In loving memory of my dear brother, Rifleman William Dunwoody, 10th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action on 1st July, 1916, at the Battle of the Somme. Also my dear brother, John Dunwoody, late corporal of 10th Batt, Royal Irish Rifles, who departed this life on 29th day of April, 1918 and was interred in the Family Burying Ground, Drumbo, Ever remembered by his loving Sister, Nephews, and Nieces; also John's little son, Bob, Annie Doloughan, 216 Blythe Street

Elliott - In loving remembrance of my dear husband, Pte. James Elliott, Y.C.V.'s, killed in action on July 1st, 1916, Deeply regretted Anna Elliott, 10 Alexandra Park Avenue

Elliott - In fond and loving memory of my dear son, Private James Johnston Elliott, 14/522, 14th Battalion R.I.R. (Y.C.V.), killed in action on 1st July, 1916. Deeply regretted by his loving Father, Sisters, and Brothers; also Sister-in-law, 4 Auburn Street - Ever remembered by his loving Aunts, Lizzie Elliott, Eden & Jane Adamson, Fairymount, Carrickfergus

Emerson - In loving memory of my dear son, Pte. Joseph Emerson (19449), Machine Gun Section, 8th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action at Thiepval, 1st July 1916, Ever remembered by his sorrowing Father and Step-mother, James and Maggie Emerson, 45 Paxton Street, Sadie and John Atkinson, 45 Paxton Street

English - In loving memory of Pte. Alec English (12695?), Inniskilling Fusiliers, killed in action 1st July, 1916, eldest son of Agnes and the late Alexander English, Carrickfergus, Ever remembered by his loving Mother and Sister, 69 Skipton Street

Fair - November 22nd, 1917, In sad and loving memory of our dear Mother, Ellen Fair, widow of the late Master Gunner James Fair, Royal Artillery, who departed this life and was interred in the family burying-ground, Kildartin, Co. Armagh. Deeply regretted by her Daughters and Sons-in-law, Florence and George Hyde and Minnie and Robert Black (the latter on active service); also her two Grand-daughters

Fenton - In loving Memory of our dear son, Rifleman James Fenton, Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action, July 1st, 1916 Ever remembered by his loving Father and Mother; also his little Daughter and his Brothers and Sister, 35 Osborne Street

Ferris - In loving memory of my dear son, Pte. George Ferris, 14174, 9th Batt. Royal Irish Fusiliers, who was killed in action at the Battle of the Somme, 1st July, 1916. Ever remembered by his loving Mother and Brothers, Mill Row, Tandragee

Fisher - In loving memory of my dear husband, Private Thomas Fisher, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Tyrones), killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Wife and two little sons, Eliza Jane Fisher, 62 Templemore Street

Fitzsimmons - November 9th & 22nd, 1916, In fond and loving remembrance of our dear parents, William and Sarah Fitzsimmons, who were laid to rest in Carnmoney Burying-ground, Still sadly missed by their loving Sons and Daughters, 18 Gainsborough Drive

Foy - In loving memory of my husband, Lance-Corporal David W. Foy, Y.C.V.'s, killed in action July 1st, 1916, Nellie Foy, 685 Lisburn Road, Balmoral

French - In memory of William Halliday French (Willie), 9th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, who fell at duty's feet on this memorable 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his Mother and Father, Sisters and Brothers, 18 Rosevale Street, Belfast

Fryer - In affectionate remembrance of our dear sons, 14627 Rifleman Edward (Eddie), 9th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles (Lewis Gun Section), who fell at Thiepval 1st July, 1916; also his brother John, who died 7th July, 1918, and was interred in family burying-ground, Lambeg, Ever remembered by his loving Father and Mother, Sisters and Brothers (one of the latter in Russia); also their Sisters-in-Law and two little Nieces, 8 Tenth Street, Belfast

Gamble - In fond remembrance of our dear brother, Rifleman Hugh Gamble, 10th Batt. R.I.R., who was reported killed on the 1st July, 1916, Always remembered by his Sisters and Brothers (one of the latter still serving), S. Gamble, 19 Rowland Street, his Brother and Sister-in-law, Letitia and John Gamble, 83 Northumberland Street

Geddis - In ever fond and loving memory of our dear son, 14696 Private George Dilworth Geddis, 10th Batt. R.I.R., who was killed in action on July 1st, 1916. Deeply regretted by his Parents, Brothers and Sisters, 61 Donegall Avenue, Belfast

Gibson - In loving memory of Private Fred Gibson, 20152, Machine-Gun Section, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, killed July 1st, 1916, Battle of the Somme. Deeply regretted by his loving Father, Mother, Sister, and Brothers (one of the latter on active service)

Gibson - In loving memory of Private Oliver S. Gibson, 10th Batt. R.I.R. (Lewis Gun Section), fell in action July 1st, 1916, the dearly-beloved husband of S. Gibson, Shaw's Bridge - Dearly-beloved son of Wm. and M. Gibson, 20 Hardcastle Street

Gibson - In fond and loving memory of our dear son, Thomas John Gibson, who was killed in action on the 1st July, 1916, at the Battle of the Somme, Ever remembered by his Father and Mother, Brothers and Sisters, William and Elizabeth Gibson, ?6 Pittsburg Street, Belfast - Deeply regretted by his Brother and Sister-in-law, William and Jennie Gibson, 39 Ayr Street

Gilliland - In loving memory of our dear son, Rifleman Henry Gilliland, 10th Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action on 1st July, 1916; also our dear son, Jimmy, Anti-Aircraft Section, who died from influenza on 2nd November, 1918, while serving in Italy, Ever remembered by their loving Father, Mother, and Sister, 8 Milner Street. Ever remembered by their loving Sister and Brother-in-law, Annie and Robert McCarthy, 8 Milner Street

Girvin - In loving memory of our dear brother, William David, 15th Royal Irish Rifles, killed at the Somme 1sy July, 1916, Never forgotten by his Sisters, Lizzie and Janie

Gordon - In loving memory of Lance-Corporal John Gordon, 3509, 1st Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, killed on 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by his Father, Mother, Brothers and Sisters, Whitewell

Graham - In fond and loving memory of our dear son, Private Alexander Graham (2834), 15th Batt. R.I. Rifles, reported missing on July 1st, 1916, afterwards officially presumed killed. Sadly missed by his loving Father, Mother, Sisters and Brothers, James and Jeanie Graham, 26 Gainsborough Drive

Graham - In loving memory of my dear brother, 12275 Rifleman William John Graham, 15th Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action on 1st July, 1915, Deeply regretted by his loving Brother and Sister-in-law, Edward and Maggie Graham, 24 Springmount Street - Deeply regretted by his three Children, also his Sister and Brother-in-law, Mary and Samuel Johnston, 11? Springmount Street

Graham - November 22nd, 1917, In loving memory of our dearly-loved son, Second-Lieut. W. J. Graham, R.I.R., killed in action at the Battle of Cambrai, Inserted by his Father and Mother, W. and M. Graham, 67 Coolderry Street; also by his Sister and Brother-in-law, Agnes and John T. Watson, 3 Coolderry Street

Ground - In loving memory of my dear husband, Private Alfred William Ground, 1st Royal Irish Fusiliers, who died on June 24, 1915, of wounds received on the 23rd June. Also my infant son, Alfred William, ages 1 year and 6 months, who died on September 26, 1915
Time has passed, but still we miss them, How we miss them none can tell;
But in Heaven we hope to meet them, Jesus doeth all things well.
Still sadly missed, Elizabeth Ground, 50 Newry Street
Ground - In loving memory of Private Alfred William Ground, 1st Royal Irish Fusiliers, who died of wounds on June 24, 1915.
Too far away thy grave to see,
But not too far to think of thee.
Inserted by his sorrowing Father and Sister and Brother-in-law, 101 Portallo Street
Ground - In loving memory of our dear brother, Private Alfred William Ground, 1st Royal Irish Fusiliers, who died from wounds received in action at Ypres on 24th June, 1915
Inserted by his Brother and Sister-in-law, Frederick and Alinor Ground, 42 Newry Street

Ground - In loving memory of Corporal John Ground, Royal Field Artillery, who died at Netley Hospital on October 31, 1917 (of illness contracted on active service), and was interred in Wickford, Essex. Inserted by his Father and Sister, 101 Portallo Street (Telegraph 31st October 1918) - Death takes the loved ones from our home, Fred Ground, 42 Newry Street, Mary Young, 76 Portallo Street, Carrie Ground, Guildford, Surrey

Guntley - In sad and loving memory of my dear husband, 3231 Sergt. F. S. Guntley, 15th Batt. R.I. Rifles, killed in action on 1st July, 1916. Ever remembered by his loving Wife and two Children, Rachel Guntley, also his Brother-in-law and Sister-in-law, Robert and Lizzie Stevens, 33 Harrisburg Street

Hamill - In sad and loving memory of my two dear sons, Corpl. Robert (17778) and Rifleman George Hamill, both killed in battle of Somme, 1st July, 1916. Still sadly missed and deeply regretted by their Mother, M. Hamill; and Brothers, Wm. and David, Ligoniel; also their Brother Hugh (on active service)

Hamill - A tribute of memory to my dear husband, Corpl. Robert Hamill, 12th Batt. R.I.R., killed in action 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Wife and Children, Maggie Hamill

Hanna - In ever loving memory of my dear son, 6724 Rifleman W. Hanna, 14th R.I.R. (Y.C.V.'s), killed in action July 1st, 1916. Ever remembered by his loving Mother, Brother, and Sisters, Mary Hanna, 44 Glenwherry Street - His loving Sister and Brother-in-law, Elizabeth and Richard McCausland, 44 Glenwherry Street

Hanna - In loving remembrance of our eldest and dearly-loved son, Archibald McMillen (Archie), 15th R.I.R., who fell in action at the Battle of the Somme, July 1st, 1916, aged 19 years, H. and S. Hanna, 7 Holgate Road, Nottingham

Hanna - In affectionate remembrance of Coy. Sergt.-Major Hanna (Jim), 1st Royal Inniskillings, who fell at Beaumont-Hamel on 1st July, 1916, Florrie, Bootle, Liverpool

Harte - In loving memory of our dear son, Rifleman John (Jack) Harte, 14th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles (Y.C.V.), who was killed in action at the Battle of the Somme on 1st July, 1916, Inserted by his loving Father, Mother, Brothers, and Sisters, Robert and Sarah Harte, 17 Kyle Street, Sydenham

Harte - In loving memory of Lieutenant Andrew Chichester Hart, 109th Machine Gun Corps, killed in action July 1st, 1916, Deeply regretted by his wife, M. E. Hart, 31 Thorndale Avenue, Belfast

Harris - In loving memory of my dear son, 27780 Private William Harris, Wiltshire Regiment, late Royal Irish Fusiliers, who died on 1st July, 1918, at Bohain, while a prisoner of war, aged 18 years and 6 months, E. Crothers, 41 Silvio Street

Heininger - In sad and loving memory of my dear son, Rifleman Waldemar Heininger, 11th Battalion R.I. Rifles, who was killed in action on 1st July, 1915. Ever remembered by his sorrowing Mother, Sisters, and Brother, Byronville, Holywood

Henderson - In loving memory of our dear son, Rifleman John Henderson, Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action in France on 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his Father and Mother, Brothers and Sister, Fountain Street, Antrim

Heslip - February 10th, 1912, In loving memory of our dear son, James (Jim), who departed this life and was interred in City Cemetery. Ever remembered by his loving Father, Mother, Sisters, Brother, and Sister-in-law, Samuel and Sarah Heslip, 23 Delhi Terrace, Ballysillan

Holden - In loving memory of my dear husband, Rifleman Harry Holden, killed in action on July 1, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Wife, Nellie Holden, 57-59 Dundee Street

Hughes - In fond and loving memory of my dear husband, 64571 Sapper Jas. Hughes, Royal Engineers, killed in action on July 1, 1916, Sadly missed by his loving Wife and Daughter, Maggie and Annie Hughes, 36 Everton Street

Humphreys - In sad and loving memory of our dear son, Rifleman Robert Humphreys, who was killed in action on July 1, 1916, Ever fondly remembered by his loving Father and Mother, Brothers and Sisters, Samuel and Lizzie Humphreys, 47 Thompson Square, Whitehouse - Ever remembered by his Uncle and Aunt, Samuel and Catherine Johnston, 48 Thompson Square, Whitehouse - Ever remembered by his loving Brother and Sister-in-law, William and Lucy Humphreys, Monkstown, Whiteabbey

Hunter - In fond and loving memory of 17/359 Rifleman Matthew Hunter, R.I.R., who was killed in action at the Battle of the Somme, 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by George and Lucy Campbell, Whitehouse

Ireland - In loving memory of my dear son, Lance-Corporal James Ireland, 16th Battalion R.I.R., killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Mother, Brothers, and Sisters, Mary Ireland, 274 Old Lodge Road

Jamison - November 22nd, 1917 & July 1st, 1915, In loving memory of James Clawson, Captain Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action at Cambrai; also Robert (Bertie), Private Young Citizens Volunteers, killed in action at the Somme, dearly-beloved sons of Mrs. Jamison and the late Alexander Jamison, 1 Florenceville Terrace, Ormeau Road

Jeffrey - In loving memory of Lance-Corporal Thomas Jeffrey, 9th Batt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (Tyrone Volunteers), who was killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Inserted by his Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers, 30 Eden Crescent, Alexandra Avenue

Johnston - In sad and loving memory of our dear son, Lance-Corporal Samuel Johnston, Royal Irish Rifles, killed on July 1st, 1916, Ever remembered by his sorrowing Father, Mother, Sisters and Brother, Martin and Ellen Johnston, 4 Chater Street and sorrowing Sister and Brother-in-law, Lillie and John Craig, 91 Newcastle Street

Johnston - In loving memory of my dear husband, Lance-Corporal John Johnston, R.E., killed in action at the Battle of the Somme on July 1st, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Wife and three Children, Annie Johnston, 3 Concord Street

Johnston - In loving remembrance of my dear son, Private William Johnston, who was killed in action on the 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Mother and Sisters, Barbara Johnston, 194 Mayo Street

Jones - In fond and loving memory of our dear son, Rifleman James (Ritchie) Jones (15623?), 10th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by his Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brother, George and Hester Jones, 56 River Terrace

Jordan - In affectionate remembrance of our dear son, Rifleman Samuel Wallace Jordan, 13th Batt. R.I.R., killed in action 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted, John and Lizzie Jordan, Ballygowan, Co. Down

Keefe - In loving memory of my dear husband, Rifleman W. J. Keefe (Y.C.V.'s), died of wounds received in action, 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Wife and Children, Alice Keefe, 42 Derwent Street - also by his loving Mother, Sisters, and Brother, Mary Keefe, Seaview Terrace, Jordanstown

Kells - In ever loving memory of our beloved son, Lance-Corporal Samuel Kells, Machine-Gun Corps (late Y.C.V.'s), killed in action at the Somme, 1st July, 1916, Inserted by his Father and Mother, 105 Cambrai Street, Belfast - Sadly misses by his Brothers, William, Joseph, Robert, and John, 105 Cambrai Street, Belfast

Kelly - In loving memory of my dear brother, Rifleman James Kelly, 1st Battalion R.I.R., killed in action on July 1st, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Brother, Joseph Kelly, 6 Grovefield Street, Belfast - Inserted by his loving Father, Mother, Brothers, and Sisters, 6 Grovefield Street, Belfast - Ever remembered by his loving Sister, Sarah, 110 Main Street, Bangor

Kelso - In fond and loving memory of our dear son, 3296 Private Thomas Kelso, 1st Inniskilling Fusiliers, killed in action 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Father, Mother, Brother, and Sisters, James and Sarah Kelso (the former on active service); also by his loving Sister and three little nephews, 60 City Street

Kennedy - In affectionate remembrance of my dear husband, Robert Kennedy, 11th Battalion R.I.R., killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Wife and Children, Annie Kennedy, 83 Conlig Street, Belfast

Kennedy - In loving memory of Private Jas. Kennedy, 14th Batt. R.I.R. (Y.C.V.'s), who was reporter killed 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his Mother, Sister, and Brothers, 29 Frome Street, Belfast

Kennedy - In remembrance of my dear brother, Frank Dawson Kennedy (Ulster Division), Killed 1st July, 1916, Sallie Kennedy, St. Thomas's Hospital, London

King - In loving memory of my brother William King, 14th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, missing since 1st July, 1916, afterwards reported killed, M. Burns

Kirk - In fond and loving memory of our very dear son, Rifleman James Kirk (15080), R.I.R., killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Inserted by his loving Father and Mother, Sisters and Brothers (Albert on active service), 16 Springfield Village

Laughlin - In ever-loving memory of our dear son, Private Albert Laughlin, R.I.R. (Y.C.V.'s), killed in action on July 1st, 1916, Ever remembered by his Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers, William and Maggie Laughlin, 110 Battenberg Street

Launderson - In sad and loving memory of my dear son, 17/710 Rifleman W. Launderson, killed in action, 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Mother and Brother, Martin, Annie Launderson, 44 Tavanagh Street, Donegall Road

Lavery - In loving memory of our brother, Daniel, who passed away on 29th June, 1918, R.I.P., Deeply regretted by his loving Brother and Sister, John and Mary Anne, 29 Durham Street

Lavery - In loving memory of our dear son, Private John Lavery, 15th Royal Irish Rifles (Lewis Gun Section), who was killed in action on July 1st, 1916, Deeply regretted by his Father, Mother, Brothers and Sister, 16 North Thomas Street

Leckey - In ever loving memory of my dear husband, Rifleman Joseph Leckey, 1st Batt. R.I.R., killed in action on 1st July, 1916; also the youngest and beloved daughter, who died on 14th August, 1916, Ever remembered by his sorrowing Wife and little Children; also his Father and Brothers, Mary J. Leckey, 118 Bentham Street - Ever remembered by his Brother and Sister-in-law, Gordon and Martha Hanna, 19 Coolbeg Street - Always remembered by his loving Brother and Sister-in-law, Hugh and Sarah Hanna, 19 Abingdon Street

Lennon - In loving memory of our dear brother, Jim Lennon, Machine-Gun Company, R.I.R., who fell at the Battle of the Somme, July 1st, 1916

Mabin - In proud and loving memory of Private George Mabin, 1st Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers; also his brother, Rifleman J. (Jerrie) Mabin, 9th Royal Irish Rifles (West Belfast Volunteers), who made the supreme sacrifice on the 1st July 1916, dearly-loved sons of George and Maggie Mabin, 16 Crosby Street, Belfast - Always lovingly remembered by their Brothers, John, Tom and Willie - Always loving remembered by their Sisters, Sarah and Bessie - Lovingly remembered by their friends, Jeannie and Horace Morrison, 56 Crosby Street

Magee - In loving memory of our dear son, Lance-Corporal Edward Magee, 12th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by his Father, Mother and Sisters, Samuel and Lizzie Magee, Craigarogan, Mallusk - Ever remembered by his Grandmother and Aunts, Martha McCrea & Mary McClay, Clark Lodge, Mallusk

Magee - In fond remembrance of Rifleman James A. Magee, No. 17/1517, 10th Battalion R.I.R., killed in action at Thiepval on July 1st, 1916, dearly-beloved son of Maggie and the late Hugh Magee, Still sadly missed and fondly remembered by his loving Mother, Brother, and Sisters, 3? Richmond Street

Magee - In fond and loving memory of our dear son, Rifleman Joseph Magee, 1st Batt. R.I. Rifles, killed in action 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by his loving Father, Mother, Brothers, and Sisters, 53 Braemar Street

Marshall In loving memory of Charles D. Marshall, 11th Batt. R.I.R., killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Brother and Sister-in-law, David and Minnie Marshall, Forth Road, Ballylesson

Martin - In loving memory of my dear husband, Company Sergeant-Major Joseph Martin, 9th Batt. R.I.R., killed in action at the Battle of the Somme, 1st July, 1916, Inserted by his loving Wife and little Son, Eliza Jane and Joseph Martin, 3 Parkview Terrace, Woodvale Road

Matthews - In loving remembrance of my dear son, Robert Henry (Bob), who died of wounds received in action on 1st July, 1916, at Thiepval, Ever remembered by his Mother and Step-father, John and Annie Patton, Also his Brother and Sister, 8 Batley Street - Rifleman R. H. Matthews (19136?), 8th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, Ever remembered by his loving friend, Maud Reid, 41 Bloomfield Street

McClughan - In loving memory of Rifleman Robert McClughan (669), R.I.R., who was killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Mother, Brother and Sisters, Catherine McClughan, Hydepark

McCormack - In loving memory of my dearly-beloved husband, Rifleman Joseph McCormack, ?th Batt. R.I.R., killed in action July 1st, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Wife, Annie McCormack, ?4 Westland Street

McCormick - In loving memory of my dear husband, No. 13132 Rifleman Thomas McCormick, R.I.R., killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and two Stepdaughters, Sarah McCormick, 87 Glenwood Street0

McCormick - In loving memory of No. 3466 Rifleman Hugh Henry McCormick, 9th Batt. R.I.R., the beloved son of Hugh Henry and Margaret McCormick, killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by his loving Father and Mother, Also his brother William, 57 Shannon Street

McCullough - In loving memory of my dear husband, Corporal Johnston McCullough, 9th Royal Irish Fusiliers, killed in action 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his Wife and two little Sons, Annabella, Jim and Johnston McCullough, 7 Charlemont Square North, Bessbrook - Ever remembered by his Father-in-law, Mother-in-law, Sisters-in-law, and Brothers-in-law, A. and A. B. Seaton, Robert J. and Alexander Seaton, jun., 7 Charlemont Square, Bessbrook - Ever remembered by his loving Father and Mother, Sisters and Brother, James and Annie McCullough, 3 Charlemont Square North, Bessbrook

McCurry - In loving memory of our dear son, Lance-Corporal Thomas McCurry, 9th Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by his Father and mother, Thomas and Mary McCurry; also, Sisters and brother, 195 Sandy Row

McDonald - In loving memory of my dear husband, Lance-Cpl. William (Billy) H. McDonald, 9022, 1st Battalion Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action on July 1st, 1916; also his dear daughter, Josephine McDonald, who died 1st May, 1918; and also his dear brother, Rifleman Daniel McDonald, 2nd Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action on 7th May, 1915, at Hill 60, His sorrowing Wife and Family, Ellen McDonald, 4 Ludlow Street

McFarland - In ever loving memory of my beloved husband, Squadron Chief Petty Officer, British Naval Armoured Cars, John McFarland, G.St.G.C.D.S.M., who was killed in action 1st July, 1917, and was buried in Lietyutin Military Cemetery, Austrian Galicia, Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his devoted Wife, Mary M. E. McFarland, 19 and 21 Langford Street, Deeply regretted by his loving Brother and Sister, Wm. and Lizzie McFarland, 13 City Street - Lovingly remembered by his Father-in-law and Mother-in-law; also Brother-in-law and Sisters-in-law, Dunbar and Marion Yuile, 19 and 21 Langford Street

McGuiggan - November 22nd, 1917, In abiding and loving remembrance of my dear boy, 13190 Corporal James (Jim) McGuiggan, 15th (North Belfast Batt. U.V.F.) Royal Irish Rifles, who was reported missing (presumed killed) in France and whose death was the first grief he occasioned his mother, Ever fondly remembered by his sorrowing Mother; also his little Brother and Sister, Hugh and Patricia - Ever lovingly remembered by his Brothers, Alexander (Sandy) and Paul, Alexander McGuiggan, Alton, Illinois, U.S.A. - In proud and loving memory of our dear friend and chum, Ever remembered by Thomas Sherlock

McIlroy - In loving memory of Robert McIlroy, Y.C.V.'s, killed in action at Thiepval on July 1st, 1916, youngest and dearly-beloved son of Agnes Hinkins, 43 Denmark Street

McMillan - November 22nd, 1917, In loving memory of my dear son, Lance-Corpl. Robert J. McMillan, Signaller, R.I.R., killed in action at the Battle of Cambrai, Ever remembered by his loving Mother and Brother, Jane McMillan, Hydepark, Mallusk

Megarry - In loving memory of our dear son, Sergeant Robert G. Megarry, killed in action on July 1st, 1916; also our dear son Sam, who fell asleep in Jesus on the 4th December, 1918 and was interred in Soldierstown Churchyard, Sadly missed by their loving Father, Mother, Sisters and Brothers, Lurganure, Maze, Lisburn

Meharry - In proud and tender memory of my dear son, 17/823 Rifleman Samuel Meharry, killed in action at Thiepval, on 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Mother, Sisters and Brothers (one of the latter on active service), 49 Donegall Pass

Millar - In sad and loving memory of our dear son, Sergeant Robert Millar, 1st Royal Irish Rifles (7445), died from wounds received in action on 1st July, 1916, Deeply regretted by his Father and Mother, Brothers and Sisters; also his Sisters-in-law, Joshua and Elizabeth Millar, 19 Beit Street - Ever remembered by his loving Sister and Brother-in-law, Emily and Samuel Moffatt, Hamilton, Ontario

Milligan - In fond and loving memory of my dear husband, Private David Milligan, 9th Batt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, killed in action, 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Wife and two little Children, Isabella Milligan, 16 Jersey Street

Milliken - In loving memory of our dear son, Private William Milliken (813), R.I.R., killed in action on July 1st, 1916, Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Father, Mother and Sisters; also his Brother-in-law, David and Martha Milliken, 26 Rowland Street

Mitchell - November 22nd, 1917, In sad and loving memory of my dearly-beloved husband, Lance-Corpl. Joseph Henry (Harry) Mitchell, 17/683 Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action, Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and two little Children, Elizabeth Mitchell, 147 Manor Street - my dearly-loved and only son, killed in action, Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Mother, A. M. Mitchell, 10 Linview Street

Moffett - In loving memory of our dear son Lance-Corporal Hugh S. Moffett, 9th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who was killed at Thiepval on 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Father, Mother, Brothers and Sisters, 17 Gawn Street

Montgomery - In loving memory of my dear son, Sergeant John Montgomery, 15th Batt. R.I.R., presumed killed 1st July, 1916, Also my dear husband, Edward Montgomery, entered into rest on the 24th April, 1915, Deeply regretted, Agnes Montgomery, 12 Mountcollyer Avenue

Moore - In fond and loving memory of our dear son, 4664 Sergeant Gavan Moore, 9th R.I.R., who fell in action on July 1st, 1916, at the battle of the Somme, Sadly missed and deeply regretted by his Father, Mother, Sister, and brothers, also his Sister-in-law, Robert and Agnes Moore, 21 Greenmount Street - also my dear brother, Private Charles Moore, R.I.R., died of gas poisoning on 27th January, 1917, Ever remembered by their loving Brother and Sister-in-law, Robert and Sarah Moore, 56 Lecale Street

Moore - In loving memory of our dear son, Edward (Ted) Moore (775), R.I. Rifles, who was killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Still remembered by his loving Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brother, 61 Donegall Road

Moore - In loving memory of our dear son, Sergeant John R. Moore, 14th R.I.R. (Y.C.V.'s), killed in action at Thiepval, 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by Brothers and Sisters, Thomas G. and Susan Moore, 19 Baltic Avenue, Belfast

Moore - In ever-loving memory of my dear son, Rifleman Robert Moore (Robbie), 13th R.I.R., killed in action 1st July, 1916, Sadly missed by his loving Mother, Sisters, Brother and Brother-in-law, Katherine Moore, Bangor

Moore - In loving remembrance of our dear son, 11946 Private W. J. Moore, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who was killed in action on 1st July, 1916, Fondly remembered by his Father, Mother, Brothers and Sisters, 20 Benwell Street, Belfast

Moore - January 27th, 1917, In loving memory of 13888? ? C. Moore, who died from gas poisoning and was interred in Carnmoney New Cemetery

Mullan - In ever-loving memory of my dear son, Private James (Jimmie), 15652, 9th Batt. R.I.R. (Ulster Division), killed in action on July 1st, 1916, Inserted by his sorrowing Mother, Mrs. Mullan; also his Brothers and Sister, Sarah, Willie and Thomas, 28 Little George Street - also Inserted by his Aunt and Cousins, Lizzie, George and Thomas Halliday, 28 Little Georges Street - also Inserted by his loving Brother-in-law, Matthew Neill, 28 Little Georges Street

Mullan - In loving memory of my dear son, Rifleman Alexander Mullan, R.I. Rifles, who was killed in action on the 1st July, 1916, Ever remembered by his loving Mother, Sisters, and Brothers, Lizzie Mullan, Castle Street, Comber - Ever remembered by his loving Sister and Brother-in-law, Agnes and David Thompson, Castle Street, Comber

Mullen - In sad and loving memory of our dear son, Private George William Mullen, No. 9421, Royal Irish Rifles, killed in action on July 1st, 1916, only son of James and Margaret Jane Mullen, 135 Westmoreland Street

Murdoch - In loving memory of James Stanley Murdoch, 14th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles (Y.C.V.'s) killed in action 1st July, 1916, aged 19 years, second and dearly-beloved son of Sarah and the late James Murdoch, Balmoral, Belfast

Owen - In loving remembrance of our dear son, Robert B. Owen, who entered into rest on Christmas morning, 1903. W. H. and L. E. Owen, 77 Eglantine Avenue (Newsletter 27th December 1915)

Shaw - November 22nd, 1917, In loving memory of our dear son, Robert H. Shaw, killed in action at the Battle of Cambrai, Ever remembered by his sorrowing Father and Mother, Sisters and Brothers, 91 Egmont Street

Simms - November 22nd, 1917, In loving memory of my dear nephew, Rifleman Thomas Simms, killed in action at the Battle of Cambrai, Ever remembered by his sorrowing Aunt, Sisters and Brother (the latter on active service), Sarah J. Simms, 29 Linfield Road

Smyth - February, In loving memory of our dear 58992 Lance-Corporal Thomas Smyth, Royal Fusiliers, who died from wounds received in action and interred in Etretat Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his Father and Mother, Robert and Frances Smyth, also his Brother Arthur, 27 Peverol Street (Peveril) - Ever remembered by his loving Sister and brother-in-law, Minnie and William ?, 27 Peveril Street

Stead - November 22nd, 1917, In loving memory of Sergt. Thomas Stead (11748?), D.C.M., 15th Batt. R.I. Rifles, killed in action, Deeply regretted by his sorrowing Wife and Family, 4 Craigavad Street

Walker - January or February 9th, 1917, In loving memory of Mary Walker, interred in Mallusk, Inserted by her Cousin, Maggie ?, 2 Ben Vista, Antrim Road (maybe Barron by 1918 Street Director)

Willis - November 22nd, 1915, In sad and loving remembrance of our darling son, Robert George (wee Bobby), who departed this life and was interred in Seapatrick Churchyard, Banbridge, Ever sadly mourned by his Father and Mother, Robert and Agnes Willis, 6 Belmont Terrace, Banbridge

Thanks

Adair - Mr. John Adair desires to return his sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with him in his recent sad bereavement; also to those who sent floral tributes, Market Street, Tandragee
Bell - Mrs. Bell and Family desire to express their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement; also to those who sent floral tributes and kind letters of condolence. They also gratefully acknowledge the beautiful wreaths sent by the employees of W, Nicholl, 35 Bedford Street and Albertbridge Road. Hoping this acknowledgment will be accepted by all, 45 Jameson Street
Brown - Mr. William Brown desires to return thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with him in his recent sad bereavement; also to the workers of the thread department of York Road Mill for their beautiful floral tribute. Hoping this will be accepted by all, 25 Crumlin Road
Bullick - Mrs. James P. Bullick and Family desire to express with deepest gratitude their thanks for the sympathy extended to them in their bereavement, and especially to those who sent letters of condolence and floral tributes, Wallace Avenue, Lisburn
Dundas - Mr. Dundas and Family desire to return their sincere thanks to many kind friends who sympathised with them in their double sad bereavement; also to the neighbours and little girls of Ninth Street for their beautiful wreath, and the workers of Wordie & Co., 20 Ninth Street, Belfast
Hamilton - Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, Bailieboro', desire to tender their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sent messages of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement, and hope this will be accepted by all
Harvey - Mrs. Harvey and Family desire to return sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent bereavement; also to the gentlemen of 11 Waring Street for their kindness and floral tribute. Hoping this will be accepted by all, 11 Waring Street (1919)
Mawhinney - Mr. and Mrs. James Mawhinney and Family desire to return their sincere thanks to the many friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement, especially to the teachers and pupils of the Albert Hall Sabbath School for their floral tributes. Hoping this will be accepted by all, 96 Crimea Street (1919)
McClean - Mr. and Mrs. McClean and Family desire to express their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement; also those who sent floral tributes and kind letters of condolence, they also gratefully acknowledge the beautiful wreath sent by the Townsend Total Abstinence L.O.L. No. 1068 and his companions. Hoping this will be accepted by all, 7 Albion Street
Perry - Mr. Perry and Family desire to thank the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement; also those who sent floral tributes, especially the staff and employees of Messrs. Alex. Finlay Ltd., Belfast. Trusting this will be accepted by all (1919)
Stewart - Mr. Stewart and Family and Mr. and Mrs. Smyth and Family desire to express their sincere thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their recent sad bereavement; also those who sent floral tributes and letters of condolence, especially the neighbours for their kindness and beautiful wreaths; also St. Mary's Athletic Club. Hoping this will be accepted by all, 347 Crumlin Road
Wright - Mrs. Wright and Family desire to return their thanks to the many kind friends who sympathised with them in their sad bereavement, and also those who sent floral tributes, especially the Star Manufacturing Co. (employer and employees). Hoping this will be accepted by all, 9 Arundel Street, Belfast (1919)

Marriages

Baird - Moore - July 26th, 1916, at Knockbreda Church, Sergeant W. Baird, 2nd Batt, Royal Irish Fusiliers, Buncrana, to Alice J. Moore, "Glencar," Cregagh, Belfast
Bell - Atkinson
- June 8th, 1918, at St. Mary's Church, Walney Island, by the Rev. S. Liberty, M.A. - Mark Bell, of Barrow-in-Furness, to Harriet, widow of the late Charles J. Atkinson, Belfast
Brodie - Service
- June 6th, 1918, at Templepatrick Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. A. Turner, B.A. - John Kirk, son of James Brodie, Greenock, to Susan, daughter of the late Robert Service, Cogry, Co. Antrim
Burrows - Thompson
- August 28, 1915, at Christ Church, by the Rev. W. H. Good, B.A., Stephen Burrows, to Charlotte Frances Thompson, both of Belfast
Davies - Bailie - March 21st, 1917, at Haverford West Presbyterian Church, by Rev. W. Mendus, Peter C. Davies, Canberra, Goodwick, Pembrokeshire, to Agnes (Nannie), youngest daughter of the late Hugh Bailie, Kilwaughter, and Mrs. Bailie, Seabank, Larne
Forde - Barry - February 11th, 1907, at the Church of the Visitation, Fairview, by the Rev. Patrick Ryan, C.C., Michael Joseph Forde, M.B., etc., Portrane Asylum, youngest son of the late John and Catherine Forde, Eyrecourt, to Christina (Crissie), youngest daughter of the late Dominick Barry, retired District Inspector, Royal Irish Constabulary, Harrymount, Fairview, and of Mrs. Barry, 2 Rutland Terrace, Clontarf, and grand-daughter of the late District-Inspector Crean, Claremorris. (Ceremony was private owing to recent bereavement in bride's family)
Ground - Jephson - 1908, The marriage of Br. J. Ground, R.F.A., Colchester, eldest son of Sergt.-Major Ground, formerly of the Irish Fusiliers, Belfast, and Miss Annie J. Jephson, youngest daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Jephson, took place at the Parish Church on Saturday. The Vicar of Southend, Rev. F. Dormer Pierce, officiated. The bride, who was given away by her cousin, Staff-Sergt. F. Souden, of the A.S.C., wore a white silk dress, with veil and orange blossoms; and carried a bouquet, the gift of the bridegroom. Miss Jephson, the bride's sister, was the only bridesmaid, and she was attired in mole-colored cloth, trimmed with Reseda silk, with hat to match. Her presents from the bridegroom were a Prayer Book and gold ring. Driver T. Souden, of the R.F.A., acted as best man; and several of the bridegroom's comrades were present in uniform
Harman - Lakeman - July 23, 1915, at St. Matthew's Church, Winnipeg, by the Rev. R. B. McElheran, M.A., rector, E. J. Harman, to Violet Lakeman, both late of Belfast
Jennings - Crawford - August 25, 1915, at Newington Presbyterian Church, by Rev. Dr. West, B.A., Robert Jennings, 200 Duncairn Gardens, to Margaret Crawford, Creavery, Randalstown
Maitland - Bell - December 29th, 1913, at Knockbreda Church, by Rev. W. P. Carmody, Francis Alexander, eldest son of J. S. and Mrs. Maitland, Brookland Terrace, Belfast, to Mary Gertrude, second daughter of the late Lawson A. and Mrs. Bell, Jocelyn Avenue, Belfast
May - Neill - December 29th, 1915, at Clough Unitarian Church, Co. Down, by the Rev. J. D. Davies, David John, son of the late John May and of Mrs. May, "Ashby," Martinez Avenue, Bloomfield, to Elizabeth Catherine (Lily), youngest daughter of the late Mrs. Neill and of Henry Neill, "Harryville," Lisburn - Pretty County Down Wedding (Telegraph 31st December 1918) A pretty wedding was celebrated in Clough Unitarian Church on Wednesday when Mr. David John May, son of the late Mr. John May and of Mrs. May, "Ashby," Martinez Avenue, Bloomfield, and Miss Elizabeth Catherine (Lily), youngest daughter of Mr. Henry Neill, "Harryville," Lisburn, were happily united in marriage. The bridegroom is assistant manager to Mr. D. Barbour Simpson, solicitor, Lisburn, and is exceedingly popular in that district, while the bride is a member of a highly-respected Lisburn family. The officiating clergyman was Rev. J. D. Davies. The bride was given away by her father, and the groom was attended by Mr. S. Lawther, Belfast, as bestman. Subsequently a reception was held at "Harryville," and the happy couple left later for Bray, where the honeymoon is being spent. The wedding presents were very numerous.
McCann - Sheppard - June 23rd, 1918, at Knockbreda Parish Church, by the Rev. L. W. Crooks - Thomas Andrew McCann, son of the late John McCann, income-tax collector, to Florence Sheppard, only daughter of Mrs. S. Sheppard, Whithorn, Wigtonshire, and niece of Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong Brown, Culmena, Cregagh
McComb - Henry - December 29th, 1919 (see details here)
McDowell - Johnston - October 12th, 1915, at St. Jude's Church, Belfast, by the Rev. Canon Davis, M.A., assisted by Rev. R. N. Ruttle, B.A., Samuel Johnson McDowell (Acting Paymaster Army Pay Department), only son of Mr. John McDowell, Wyncroft, Adelaide Park, to Kathleen Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Johnston, Brooklands, Annadale, Belfast
Napier - McDowell - September 26th, 1917, at Carlisle Memorial Church, by the Rev. W. H. Smyth, B.A. - Lawson, second son of the late James Napier, Bank House, Saintfield, to Lily, elder daughter of John McDowell, Wyncroft, Adelaide Park, Belfast
Zachary - Smith - November 10th, 1915, at the residence of the bride's sister, Laurel Block, Winnipeg, by the Rev. J. E. Hughson, George Watkin Zachary, second son of J. G. Zachary, of Kirkliston Drive, Bloomfield, Belfast, to Florence L. Smith, youngest daughter of Mrs. M. Smith, late of Uplands, Swansea, South Wales

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Young - Mr. R. H. Young - Car Inspector Killed, Belfast Motor Accident, Tragic Death of Mr. R. H. Young, Arrest of Jarvey - The death occurred early this morning under peculiarly distressing circumstances of Mr. Robert H. Young, the well-known Belfast car inspector, as a result of a collision near Greencastle between a motor car in which he and four personal friends has made a run to Larne on Sunday afternoon, and an outside car, driven by William McConnell, aged 19, Irish Quarter, Carrickfergus, who was subsequently arrested on a charge of manslaughter. The other occupants of the motor car were the owner, Mr. Fred Gray, dentist, who carries on business at 385 Newtownards Road; Mr. William Aicken, 53 Upper Arthur Street; Mr. Hugh Bell, jun., who resides on the Ravenhill Road; and Mr. Joseph McKinley, 22 Moorfield Street, off Ravenscroft Avenue. They left Belfast shortly after two o'clock on Sunday afternoon, and proceeded to Larne, where a stop was made to repair a puncture. The weather was almost ideal for motoring, and the spin along the coast road in the car - a 12 h.p. Sunbeam - was thoroughly enjoyed. The return journey from Larne was commenced between nine and ten o'clock, and some time was lost through the engine missing fire between Whitehead and Carrickfergus, necessitating a stoppage while the defect was made right. The motor car then ran smoothly, and all went well until about half-way between the tram terminus at Greencastle and Fortwilliam Park, where the collision with the hackney car took place. Mr. Fred Gray was driving the motor car which had the usual lights, and the hackney car driver had also his lamps burning at the time. The impact was very violent, and Mr. Young was struck a severe blow about the region of the heart, collapsing immediately. The attention of Constable J. W. Stratford, of Greencastle, who was on duty in the vicinity, was attracted to the scene by a moan, and on going in the direction from which the sound came he found Mr. Young sitting on the left side of the motor car, in an unconscious condition, with his companions standing around. Realising at once that the man's condition was very serious, the party motored with all speed to the residence at Whitehouse of Dr. H. C. Manley, who expressed the opinion that death had taken place. Dr. Manley accompanied the patient to the Royal Victoria Hospital, where, after an examination in conjunction with Dr. Harold Black, the surgeon in charge, it was definitely ascertained that life was extinct. The other members of the party were terribly distressed at the melancholy occurrence. Mr. McConnell, the driver of the hackney car, who is in the employment of Mr. Edward Davey, Carrickfergus, drove with the motor-car to Dr. Manley's house, and he was arrested by Constable Stratford after the doctor's examination. The constable went to the Royal Victoria Hospital with the deceased, while McConnell drove with a couple of civilians to the Central Police Office in Chichester Street, where he stated the circumstances of the occurrence and was lodged in the cells. Happily the other members of the party were uninjured, but the motor-car was considerably damaged. The body of the deceased is at present in the morgue of the Royal Victoria Hospital. The circumstances of the regrettable occurrence have been communicated to the City Coroner (Dr. James graham), who has decided to hold the inquest at noon on Tuesday in the Old Recorder's Court, Townhall Street. The late Mr. Young, who was about forty years of age, resided at 76 Portallo Street. He was formerly in the employment of Messrs. Workman, Clark and Co. Ltd., and about 13 years ago was appointed by the City Corporation to the position of assistant car inspector. He was on duty on the Donegall Quay on Sunday morning with the chief car inspector, Mr. W. J. Adjey, for the arrival of the cross-channel steamers. A familiar figure at all public functions in the city, he discharged his duties tactfully and conscientiously, and was held in high esteem by all with whom he came in contact. Deceased was closely identified with the Masonic Order, being a well-known member of Lodge 373. Great sympathy has been expressed with his wife in her tragic bereavement.
Police Court Proceedings, McConnell Remanded - In the Belfast Custody Court, before Mr. Garrett Nagle, R.M., and Lieutenant-Colonel W. E. C. McCammond, the young man Wm. McConnell, of Irish Quarter, Carrickfergus, was charged with the manslaughter of Robert H. Young, at Greencastle, at 1-15 that morning. Mr. A. J. Lewis prosecuted, and accused was represented by Mr. John S. Osborne and Mr. Wm. Tughan. Mr. A. A. Macaulay appeared for Mr. F. Gray, the owner of the motor car. Constable J. W. Stratford said about 1-50 a.m. he was going along Shore Road, near Park Row, when his attention was attracted by a moan. When witness got near he found a motor car drawn up alongside the road. There were four men beside it. A man named Robert Young was sitting in the motor and the others were standing alongside. Witness did not see an outside car or any other vehicle there at the time. Witness examined the injured man, who appeared to be in an unconscious condition. He got into the car along with the others and took the man to Dr. Manley, Whitehouse. In consequence of what the doctor said they took the man to the Royal Victoria Hospital. Dr. Manley accompanied them. On arrival at the Hospital the man was dead. On the way to Whitehouse they overtook the prisoner's car. McConnell accompanied them to the doctor's, and after Mr. Young had been examined by the doctor witness arrested the accused on the charge of manslaughter. When cautioned he said, "I am sorry the accident occurred." In reply to Mr. Osborne, witness said he could not say that he heard any of the gentlemen in the motor say it was a pure accident. The accused was perfectly sober. Both lamps on the hackney car were lighted. Mr. Osborne - Do you know anything that would be more calculated to cause an accident of the kind than two bull's-eye motor lamps? Mr. Lewis - Don't answer that; it is pure argument. Further replying to Mr. Osborne, witness said when they left for the hospital accused go ton his car, and, accompanied by two civilians, drove to the police office at Chichester Street. Mr. Tughan said the accused was only nineteen years of age, and had never been in such a position before. He was a most respectable man, and he (Mr. Tughan) asked their Worships to fix a reasonable bail. Prisoner was remanded until Thursday, bail being fixed in two sureties of £20.
Shore Road Fatality. Inquest on Mr. Young. Accident Described by Motor Driver. Verdict of the Jury. Sympathy with Bereaved Widow - To-day, at noon, in the old Recorder's Court, the City Coroner (Dr. Graham) held an inquest to inquire into the circumstances attending the death of Robert Hamilton Young, a Belfast car inspector, who was the victim of the lamentable motor accident which took place in the early hours of Monday morning on the Shore Road, between Greencastle and Fortwilliam Park. (CONTINUED)

Burns, William - Church of St. John the Baptist, Upper Falls - A meeting of the choir of this church was held in the schoolroom on the 9th inst. The chair was occupied by Mr. C. J. Gould, who introduced the business of the meeting, which was to make a presentation on behalf of the choir to Mr. Wm. Burns, their late organist. Mr. T. Brown said they were all extremely sorry to lose Mr. Burns' services. The presentation, which consisted of a gold albert, was gracefully made by Miss McCance (Suffolk House), who takes a deep interest in the choir. In the course of a few appropriate remarks, she said, she regretted that owing to over-strain Mr. Burns had felt unable to continue his good work in St. John's. Mr. Burns thanked all present for their great kindness not only that night, but also throughout their association together. He was glad to assure them that his health was much improved. He reciprocated their good wishes, and heartedly trusted that continued success would attend their voluntary labours in the praise service of St. John's. The proceedings shortly afterwards terminated. (Newsletter 11th July 1903)

Shipcott - Telegraph 26th October 1914 - A Fatal Leap - Volunteer's Sad Death While Going to Manoeuvres. An inquest was held to-day, in the Royal Victoria Hospital, by the Belfast Coroner, touching the death of William B. Shipcott (48), of 2 Lockview Road, which occurred on Saturday afternoon from injuries received after jumping from a motor char-a-banc which had got beyond control on the Upper Malone Road. Evidence of identification was given, after which Stanley Northover, a chauffeur in the employment of the Station Cab company, was called. He stated that on Saturday afternoon he left the city with a party of 35 Ulster Volunteers for Drumbeg, County Down. On the Malone Road, about half a mile inside the city boundary, the hand-brake "binded" against the wheel, and the car stopped. Witness took out the pin which connected the brake and proceeded. While going up an incline beyond the "Dub" the driving chain broke, and the car stopped, and then commenced to run backwards. The driving chain breaking caused the footbrake to be ineffective, while he himself had disconnected the hand-brake. They were about fifteen or twenty yards up the hill when the chain broke. There was some disorder on the car, and witness shouted to the party to sit still, but several of them jumped off. When the brakes refused to act witness tried to "catch" the fence with the left front wheel. Just as he got near the bank he noticed a man jump on to it, and then slip and slide down. Witness turned the vehicle out on to the road again to try and avoid the deceased, and so far as he could see the mudguard struck him. In answer to Mr. M. H. Turnbull, representing the next-of-kin, witness said after he had disconnected the hand-brake he had only the foot brake left. The chain breaking prevented the latter from acting. If he had had the hand-brake working he would have been able to stop the car, which had only come out of Mr. Stringer's works on Friday, after being overhauled. He had been driving for eight years, but had only been ten days in Mr. Stringer's employment. He had not driven that particular char-a-banc before Saturday morning. He thought deceased had jumped for the top if the bank and, missing it, had slipped down. One of the men had helped witness to stop the car by placing a plank under the rear wheels. Heard The Men Were Late. To Mr. C. J. Jeerson, who represented the Station Cab Company - The reason he did not fix the hand-brake when he stopped first on the Malone Road was because he knew the men were late. They had only come down the hill two or three yards when deceased jumped off. If the man had stopped on the car for another couple of feet he would have been as safe as any of the others. To Mr. Turnbull - The men did not tell him they were late. He heard them talking amongst themselves. Alfred Dalzell, 27 Colenso Parade, stated that on Saturday he was in charge of a party of thirty-five Ulster Volunteers, who left Cloraine? (Chlorine?) Gardens about 2.15 p.m. by motor char-a-banc for Drumbeg, at Bladon Park, on the Malone Road, the car stopped, and the driver did something to the mechanism, after which the journey was resumed. After they passed the "Dub" the car stopped on a hill, and began to move backwards. Witness got off, and attempted to jam the rear wheel with a plank, but the latter was not of sufficient thickness to be of much service. A number of the men jumped from the car but witness did not see the deceased getting off. The car took a zig-zag course backwards and it was witness's impression that the driver was attempting to prevent the vehicle from mounting either bank and thus capsizing. When they went back to where deceased was lying they found that he had been seriously injured. Replying to the Coroner, witness said he thought the driver of the char-a-banc did everything he could to prevent a fatality. He seemed to be in a hopeless position. D. Bradley, one of the Volunteers, said he was sitting on the left of the driver, and when the car commenced to slow down he spoke to Northover, who replied that something had burst at the back. When the car started to go backwards witness got off at the left hand side, and looking back, saw the deceased lying against the ditch. The wheel of the car had not then touched him. Shipcott appeared quite sensible, and when he saw the wheel coming in his direction bent his legs to try and avoid it. The wheel appeared to crush his legs, and then the car turned out on the road. Mr. Jefferson and Mr. Turnbull then addressed the jury. Had Passed Trial Test. Mr. Arthur Stringer, Station Cab Co., said that the car had been recently overhauled, and had passed a trial test on Friday. On Saturday morning the char-a-banc had "done" a run to and from Clandeboye with twenty persons, and there was no trouble with the brakes. He could not understand why the bolt produced had snapped. If it had been intact the hand-brake would have acted, and the car could have been stopped at once. Dr. Greer described the injuries, and said that death was from shock following fracture of the pelvis and rupture of the bladder. The jury found in accordance with the medical evidence, and added that the injuries were caused by the deceased being crushed by a wheel of the char-a-banc, which through failure of the driving chain had got out of control, and further that the occurrence was due to the deceased, through fear of accident, jumping from the vehicle to the ground where he sustained the injuries. They added a rider to the effect that in their opinion the driver had done all in his power to save life.
Shipcott - Newsletter 28th October 1914 - An Ulster Volunteer's Funeral - The funeral took place yesterday afternoon of the late Mr. William Bradford Shipcott, 2 Lockview Road, Stranmillis, who was accidentally killed under tragic circumstances on the Upper Malone Road on Saturday. Before the removal of the remains a brief service was conducted in the house by Rev. Charles Davey, B.A., of Fisherwick Presbyterian Church. The cortege was of a large and representative character, and included about 100 men of the 5th Battalion South Belfast Regiment, Ulster Volunteer Force, under Mr. C. J. Brennan, battalion commander, and Mr. J. J. Hyde, adjutant, while Mr. R. I. Calwell, commanding the South Belfast Regiment, was also present. In addition there were many members of the Loyal Orange Institution and of the Independent Order of Rechabites, deceased having been a member of both organisations. The coffin was covered with the Union Jack, and a number of beautiful wreaths, the senders including B. Company of the South Belfast Regiment, with which Mr. Shipcott had been actively identified, the Rechabite Tent and Orange Lodge with which he had been associated, and the employees of Messrs. Frederick King & Co. Ltd., Stranmillis, deceased having been works manager of that firm. The remains were interred in the City Cemetery, the service at the graveside being concluded by Rev. Charles Davey, assisted by Rev. Stanley W. Thompson, B.A.

Graham, Lieutenant J. Lawson Graham, Tribute to a Boardmills Officer - Particulars have now been received of the death in action on 29th September of Lieutenant J. Lawson Graham, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, son of Mr. S. Graham, Maple Vale, Boardmills, and nephew of Dr. James Graham, city coroner. Writing to Mr. Graham, the Rev. W. G. Murphy, C.F., says - "Your son fell in action on the morning of Sunday, 29th September. We moved up to the attack, and it was as he was leading his company forward very gallantly that he fell mortally wounded by a machine gun bullet. He was one of the best among our officers, and a very good man personally. We all loved him and feel a great sense of loss. His body was sent back to be buried well behind our lines, which were pushing forward at the time. He helped, and helped most signally (significantly?), to win an advance that will be memorable in this division, and will do much to hasten the end of the war."  Lieut.-Colonel R. S. Knox, D.S.O. (Coleraine), deceased's commanding officer, writes that Lieutenant Graham died the most gallant death a soldier could die, leading his company in the forefront of the advance. He was liked exceedingly by his men, with whom he was always on the best of terms, and he had the rare gift of inspiring confidence in them.

Bell, Lieutenant John Mercer Grimshaw Bell, M.C. The Late Lieutenant J. M. G. Bell, M.C. - With reference to the death of Lieutenant John Mercer Grimshaw Bell, M.C., Royal Air Force, announced in this newspaper on Wednesday, his major writes - "His reports have been of the greatest value, and I cannot too highly praise his work, or over-estimate the loss he is to the squadron." The late Lieutenant Bell was the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bell, of Sooke, Canada, formerly of Helen's Bay, Belfast, and a grandson of the late Mr. O'Donnell Grimshaw, Galwally Park, Belfast. He was awarded the Military Cross while serving with the Royal Field Artillery in the battle of Cambrai in November, 1917

Bartley, Sergeant William, Bartley Leinster Victim's Son Dies of Wounds - A tragedy of a particularly distressing character is revealed by the announcement in our obituary column this morning of the death from wounds received in action of Sergeant William Bartley, Canadian Infantry, elder son of the late Rev. J. R. Bartley, LL.B., of the Manse, Tralee, and formerly of the Reformed Presbyterian Church, Botanic Avenue, Belfast. While crossing to Holyhead on the 10th inst., en route to London to see his son, Rev. J. R. Bartley lost his life through the torpedoing by an enemy submarine of the Royal mail steamer Leinster. The late Sergeant Bartley, who succumbed to his injuries in a military hospital in Tooting on Wednesday, was formerly in the service of the Imperial Bank of Canada. He was a nephew of Rev. Thomas Bartley, B.A., of Ballycarry Presbyterian Church, County Antrim

Gilchrist, Sergeant T. - Bank Official Wounded (Newsletter 12th September 1918) - Sergeant T. Gilchrist, son of Mr. D. Gilchrist, Dunedin, Ravenhill Park, Belfast, is wounded, and intimation has been received that he is in New End Military Hospital, Hampstead, London. Sergeant Gilchrist was formerly accountant in the Ulster Bank, Carrickmacross. He joined the sportsman's battalion of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders in 1915, and was invalided home from the Somme last year.  After recovering he was transferred to the cadet company, Royal Irish Rifles, at Clandeboye, and during the March offensive of this year proceeded to the front with the cadets. Attached to the Royal Irish Rifles Sergeant Gilchrist has seen some very stiff fighting during the past six months

Rank and File Casualties :-

Boston, L.-Cpl. Norman, Royal Irish Rifles, third son of Mr. John Boston, 17 Cluan Place, Lurgan, received a bullet wound in the head in France, and is now in hospital in London. He has two other brothers serving

Adamson, Captain T. S. Adamson, 12th Royal Irish Rifles, of Laragh, King's Road, Whitehead, has arrived in Hull. He was taken prisoner of war in March last. (Newsletter 3rd December 1918)

Boyd, Sec.-Lieut. Clarence James Boyd, Seaforth Highlanders, son of Dr. Robert Boyd, Connsbrook House, Strandtown, missing (Telegraph 11th November 1918) - Home from Germany - Second-Lieutenant C. J. Boyd, Seaforth Highlanders, son of Dr. Robert Boyd, Strandtown, Belfast, has arrived home from Germany (Newsletter 3rd December 1918)


Clarence James Boyd

McNeice, 17/660? Rfm. Wesley McNeice, Royal Irish Rifles, 2a (part entry) (Newsletter 3rd December 1918)

Millar, Pte. Thomas, has been killed in action, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Millar, The Villa, Ballybay, Private Millar was 25 years of age, and was employed as a designer in Messrs. Douglas & Green's, Belfast, prior to the war. He volunteered for service in 1916, and enlisted in the 9th Gordon Highlanders. Much sympathy is expressed with his parents in their bereavement and also with the deceased soldier's wife and three little children. At a meeting of the Ballybay Literary Club, held in the Masonic Hall on Thursday, Rev. Canon Young, M.A., moved a vote of condolence with Mr. Millar on the loss of his son. Mr. Wm. Mills, J.P., seconded the motion, which was passed in silence. Mr. Millar has another son, Bertie, who has been discharged as a result of severe wounds received on the western front

McCormack, Sergt. Geo., Royal Irish Rifles, of Lurgan, who was admitted to hospital in France on the 2nd inst., suffering from multiple wounds, died on the following day

McNeill, Pte. Geo., Middlesex Regt., Ballymagarry, Portrush, killed in action (Newsletter 5th September 1917?)

Orr, L.-Cpl. Herbert, R.I.R., who was dangerously wounded on 11th August and is now in hospital in Northampton, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Orr, Orlock, Everton Drive, Cregagh, Belfast. This gallant n.c.o., who was a member of No. 1 Battalion (Ballynafeigh and Newtownbreda) East Belfast Regt., U.V.F., joined the Ulster Division on its formation, and was severely wounded on 1st July, 1916

McFadzean, Private William Frederick - A Young Citizen's Heroism (Newsletter 14th July 1916) Gave His Life for His Comrades - Private W. McFadzean's Great Sacrifice :- The finest individual deed yet recorded in connection with the great offensive movement which began on the 1st July is to the credit of a gallant Belfast man, Private William Frederick McFadzean, of the Royal Irish Rifles (Young Citizen Volunteers), who sacrificed his life to save his comrades. The circumstances under which Private McFadzean was killed are described by his company officer, Captain James McKee, in the following letter to the young hero's father, Mr. William McFadzean, Rubicon, Cregagh :- "I wish you to accept my sincere sympathy in your great sorrow caused by the death of your son. You will have great satisfaction in knowing that he died a hero's death. Our men were in the assembly trenches, and bombs were being distributed. Your son had a box passed to him, and in passing some bombs dropped out. In falling, the safety pins fell out; and your son, realising the danger to his comrades, flung himself on top of the bombs. He was killed, and two others were slightly wounded. He saved the lives of a number of his comrades by his action, and we are proud of him. His name has been sent forward to higher authority, with recommendation for a decoration. I was not in the fight on July 1st, as I was then at Army School. I am sorry I was not there, as I believe our attack was magnificent. Our boys did exceptionally well."  Second-Lieutenant James Marshall, of the Royal Irish Rifles, South Antrim Battalion, in a letter of sympathy to Mr. McFadzean, mentions that his brother, Corporal Dave Marshall, of the Young Citizen Volunteers, "told me to say that Willie fell just beside him, and by his heroic self-sacrifice saved the lives of his comrades around him, earning their admiration and gratitude which will never be forgotten by them.  The late Private McFadzean, who was in his 21st year, was formerly an apprentice in the employment of Messrs. Spence, Bryson, & Co., Ltd., 41 Great Victoria Street, and in this connection it may be mentioned that a member of the firm, Mr. John B. Bryson, has written to the bereaved parents expressing his deep sympathy with them in their great loss, and his appreciation of the deceased's character. Private McFadzean enlisted on 22nd September, 1914, and speedily gained the esteem and affectionate regard of his comrades, a fact which is proved to demonstration by the numerous letters of regret at his death written by those with whom he was serving. He was a bright young man, of splendid physique, and it is to be hoped that his sorrowing parents will have the consolation of seeing his great sacrifice officially recognised.
(Newsletter 11th September 1916) Private William Frederick McFadzean, No. 14/18278, late Royal Irish Rifles - For most conspicuous bravery, While is a concentration trench and opening a box of bombs for distribution prior to an attack, the box slipped down into the trench, which was crowded with men, and two of the safety pins fell out. Private McFadzean, instantly realising the danger to his comrades, with heroic courage threw himself on top of the bombs. The bombs exploded, blowing him to pieces, but only one other man was injured. He well knew his danger, being himself a bomber; but without a moment's hesitation he gave his life for his comrades.  Born in Lurgan, the late Private McFadzean, who was in his 21st year, was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William McFadzean, Rubicon, Cregagh, Belfast.  He was educated at Mountpottinger Boys' School, and the Trade Preparatory School of the Municipal Technical Institute, and subsequently became an apprentice in the firm of Spence, Bryson, & Co. Ltd., 41 Great Victoria Street.  An enthusiastic member of the Ulster Volunteer Force - No. 1 Battalion (Ballynafeigh and Newtownbreda) East Belfast Regiment - he joined the Y.C.V. Battalion of the Ulster Division on 22nd September, 1914, and shared without complaint the hardships of Finner Camp during the bitter winter of 1914. He was afterwards stationed at Randalstown, Seaford, and Liphook in the Aldershot command, going overseas with his battalion in October, 1915. He was about nine months in France when he made the supreme sacrifice under the thrilling circumstances described. Manly, of splendid physique, and possessed of a keen intelligence, he enjoyed the affectionate regard of his friends and acquaintances at home, while letters from officers and men speak eloquently of his popularity and efficiency as a soldier. Of his home life, almost too sacred for public intrusion, it may be said that he was devotedly attached to his parents, to whom he wrote with perfect regularity, describing with a facile pen the scenes and incidents of life in the field. Thoughtfulness for others was one of his outstanding characteristics, and in this connection it is interesting to note that his appointment to the risky position of bomber only came to the knowledge of his parents from an indirect source.  Since his death tributes to the memory of the gallant dead have poured into the residence of Mr. and Mrs. McFadzean. Captain Jas. McKee, his company officer, wrote: "You will have great satisfaction in knowing that he died a hero's death. etc. (as above)  Second-Lieutenant W. R. Bell (Bangor), his platoon commander, concludes as appreciative letter with the words: "I can only add that he was a splendid soldier - the life and soul of his platoon, whether in billets or on the march - and he was in the best of spirits when the thing occurred." These references may be supplemented by a splendid tribute from Mr. John B. Bryson, a member of the firm with which he had been serving his apprenticeship. "We all loved him," says his employer. "I never met a more even-tempered, obedient lad. He was clever, quick, and had in him the making of a good man."  The late Private McFadzean was a member of the Central Presbyterian Association, and the Governing Body of that organisation recently directed that a special minute be recorded regarding his heroism. He was also a member of Newtownbreda Presbyterian Church, where, at yesterday morning's service, Rev. Dr. Workman made an appropriate reference to the gallant soldier who gave his life for his comrades

Loughead - Sad Fatality at Bangor - A distressing fatality occurred at Bangor railway station on Saturday night, the victim of which was John Loughead (58), 11 Crosby Street, Bangor. Deceased, who was an engineer in the Queen's Island, returned home on Saturday afternoon from his work, and subsequently travelled to Belfast by the 4p.m. train to attend a meeting. After making some calls he left for Bangor on the 10.15 p.m. train. About 11 o'clock that night he was found lying on the permanent way about 100 yards outside Bangor railway station. Constables Sheridan and Byrne had him removed to the Cottage Hospital. He was so badly injured that he died fifteen minutes after admission

Sullivan - (Telegraph, 19th December 1918) Irishman Last to Fall - Mr. Beach Thomas's despatch, published on November 13th, contained a reference to the last British soldier killed in the war - "a cyclist who had served continuously since August, 1914." Letters received in London identify the man as Private Edward Sullivan, of A. Co., 7th Corps, Cyclist Battalion, son of Mr. D. Sullivan, of 10 Boleyn Road, East Ham - "Daily Mail"

McComb - Henry - Pretty Belfast Wedding - (Telegraph, 29th December 1919) - Windsor Presbyterian Church was this forenoon the scene of a very interesting wedding ceremony when Miss Helen Henry, daughter of Mr. F. W. Henry, the well-known Belfast restaurateur, and Mrs. Henry, 24 Adelaide Park, Belfast, was united in wedlock with Mr. C. H. McComb, L.D.S., Edin., son of Mr. William McComb, and brother of Dr. S. W. McComb, (S. Wilson McComb)Benvista, Antrim Road.  The ceremony took place in the presence of a large gathering of guests and members of the public. The service was conducted by the Rev. J. Irwin, D.D., and Rev. J. McConaghie, D.D., with Mr. Kenny presiding with ability at the organ.  Miss Florence Henry, sister of the bride, acted as best man, the bride being given away by her father.  The bride's dress was of ivory satin and brocade with a square train. She carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums, and wore a cluster of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. The veil was of fine white lace surmounted by a wreath of orange blossoms.  The bridesmaid was charmingly attired in flame-coloured georgette over gold tissue, while her black hat was also trimmed with the latter material.  She carried a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums, and wore a slave bangle, the gift of the bridegroom.  The bride's mother was dressed in mole charmouse, with ivory lace and a gold panel, and she also carried a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums.  After the ceremony a reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents, when a large company were entertained.  The newly married couple left later on their honeymoon, which is to be spent in Edinburgh. The bride's travelling dress was of nigger brown, with hat and furs en suite.

Obituaries

Sloan - The deceased, Robert G. Sloan, jun., who was a son of Mr. Robert G. Sloan, of the stationery department of Messrs. W. & G. Baird, Ltd., was born in Belfast about thirty-seven years ago. Educated at the Model School, he entered at an early age the same service as his father, and was connected with the stationery end of the firm from then up till the time of his demise - a period of over twenty years. In business circles he won many staunch friendships, while in private life he was held in the highest esteem by all who had an opportunity of appreciating his upright and manly character, as well as his kind, generous, and deeply sympathetic nature. In the realm of sport he was a well-known figure, being a member of Cliftonville Football and Athletic Club, as well as being identified with the Ulster Cricket Club and also the Ulster Bowling Club, in whose matches he took an active part. He was connected with the Masonic Order for many years, being a member of the City Temperance Lodge No. 481. Although he did not identify himself prominently in the world of politics, he was generally known to be a Unionist of the staunchest type. He was a Presbyterian, and belonged to the congregation of the Great Victoria Street Church, of which Rev. T. A. Smyth is minister. For a very considerable time past his health had been far from satisfactory, and his illness having latterly become more acute it was considered advisable that he should undergo a course of treatment at Matlock. When in the Derbyshire resort his condition, instead of improving, became rapidly worse, and, in deference to his own expressed wish, he was brought back again to the city of his birth, but alas! only to pass away on the very day of his arrival.

Moore - Mr. James Moore, Manager of Nomad's Weekly - It is ever in times of deepest trouble that one experiences the worth of true friendship, and so it would be unpardonable on my part if I should not acknowledge -though I fear insufficiently- the expressions of sympathy which have poured in on me in connection with the decease of my father, who has been associated in the conduct of Nomad's Weekly since its origin nigh on ten years ago. All who knew him knew one of the kindest hearted and gentlest of men - one who never was known to utter a harsh word against any individual. It is always sad to say "Farewell," and in this case particularly sad to me so intimately associated both by kinship and business ties. However, my grief and that of those he has left behind him in a home where love and devotion ruled supreme is much alleviated by the hundreds of kind and sympathetic messages of comfort tendered from all quarters of the United Kingdom by readers, who thereby have shown themselves as friends. Now resting far away from the busy haunts of the city, "After life's fitful fever he sleeps well," though his memory will ever remain fresh with those who claimed his acquaintanceship. Nomad

Anderson - Death of Mr. Adam Anderson, It is with deep regret that we have to record the death of Mr. Adam Anderson, which took place at his late residence, 8 Shaftesbury Square, after a lingering illness. Mr. Anderson, who was well known in the southern part of the city, was a gentleman of the highest character. His sterling qualities and courteous disposition won for him a very large circle of friends, amongst whom his death will be keenly felt. He was a member of the Church of Ireland, and was warmly attached to the congregation of Christ Church, where he was a worshipper for many years. He was a member of the select vestry, both during the incumbency of the late Rev. Dr. Kane and of the present rector, and was congregational treasurer for a number of years. In politics Mr. Anderson was a staunch and devoted member of the Unionist party, and a member of the Belfast Conservative Association. He was also a member of the Orange Institution, and took a deep interest in everything pertaining to the welfare of the Order, being one of the founders of the Star of Hope L.O.L., and for many years its treasurer. Mr. Anderson, who has passed away in the prime of life, leaves a widow and two children, to whom much sympathy is extended in their great loss.

Burns, William - The Late Mr. William Burns - It is with feelings of regret that we have to announce the death of Mr. William Burns, 18 Hutchinson Street, which occurred with startling suddenness on the 4th inst. On that evening he attended a meeting of the Grosvenor Unionist Club, of which he was president, in the Queen Victoria Hall, Durham Street, and occupied the chair at the proceedings. While he was seconding a vote of thanks to Dr. St. George, who had been one of the speakers, he took suddenly ill, and although medical assistance was promptly rendered by Dr. St. George and Dr. Alexander Burns, who was also called in, he passed away while being taken home, the cause of death being haemorrhage of the brain. Deceased, who was 75 years of age, had apparently been in his usual state of health up to the time of the fatal seizure. He carried on business for many years as a grocer, and was one of the most highly respected members of the trade.
  "        "     The funeral took place yesterday afternoon of the late Mr. William Burns, of 18 Hutchinson Street, who died with startling suddenness on the 4th inst. A short service was conducted in the house by Rev. L. P. Story, rector of Christ Church, with which deceased had been so prominently identified, after which the coffin was carried a short distance past the church in Durham Street by the members of the select vestry, en route for the City Cemetery, where a brief service was conducted by Rev. Mr. Story and Rev. N. E. Smith. The chief mourners were Messrs. James M. Burns and Herbert Anderson, grandsons; Robert Burns, brother; Isaac Pantridge (Dromore), Richard Pantridge (Dromore), W. Livingstone (Lurgan), cousins; and Amaziah Gill (Brookmount), brother-in-law. The ? was an exceedingly large and representative one, and testified to the esteem in which Mr. Burns was held by a wide acquaintanceship. The members of the Grosvenor Unionist Club, of which the deceased was president, fell in as the cortege was leaving the house, and there was a large attendance of representatives of the Orange Order, with which he was very prominently identified; while the Grocers' Association, of which he was a past president, was also represented. The coffin was covered with a large number of beautiful wreaths, including those from the select vestry of Christ Church, the West Belfast Unionist Association, the president and members of the Board of Management of the Belfast and north of Ireland Grocers' association, Grosvenor Unionist Club, and the Grosvenor Road branch of the Women's Unionist Association. At the men's class held yesterday afternoon in connection with the Church of Ireland Young Men's Society, Mr. Samuel R. McKegney (assistant secretary) spoke on "The Hope of the Resurrection," and in the course of his address referred to the death of Mr. William Burns, who had been a member of the society for almost forty years. It was in such events as this, he said, that people could more fully realise the importance of the doctrine of the resurrection, and apply it to their comfort and profit. The service in Christ Church last evening was of a special nature, being partly a memorial service in connection with the death of Mr. Burns. The anthem "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes" was sweetly sung by the choir, and other hymns of a suitable character were sung. Speaking from 1st Thessalonians, iv., 13, the rector (Rev. L. P. Story) referred to the great loss sustained by the church in the death of so faithful a member. He emphasised the unwearied services, the loyal devotion, and the hearty liberality of the late Mr. Burns. As a worker there were few to equal him, filling the positions of Sunday school teacher, church warden, parochial treasurer, and diocesan synods man. His love for God and His house was always evident, and his love for his fellow-man and his King and country never failed. In his removal their church had lost a father, each member has lost a friend, their vestry had lost a wise counsellor, and their country a true patriot. Summing up the preacher appealed for men to fill the vacant place and prayed for grace to follow the Christlike example of him who had gone before them a little way.

Wright - The Late Mr. Thomas Wright, formerly Quartermaster-Sergeant of the Royal Irish Fusiliers, who died at his residence 90 Oldpark Avenue, Cliftonville, yesterday. Deceased's period of service in the Army extended over thirty-six years. He was actively engaged in the Zulu War, for which he bore the medal, as well as one for meritorious conduct. Not only did he give the best of his life in the cause of his country but he had the unique distinction of sending four sons to serve in the same corps, two being at present on the strength, one retired on pension, and one died while in the line. That the martial spirit was not confined to the make side of the late quartermaster's family has been proved by the fact that one of his daughters is the wife of a member of her father's regiment. Deceased, though for a considerable time ailing, had only been confined to bed since Friday last, and his death came rather unexpectedly. (Mabel Geraldine married Sergt. J. Ledley, R.I.F. 5th August 1915 (photo below)


Mr. Thomas Wright

Graham, George - Death of Mr. George Graham. Sincere sorrow will be evoked amongst a wide circle of friends at the announcement of the death of Mr. George Graham, son of Mr. William Graham, solicitor, 22 Lombard Street, Belfast, which, we regret to intimate, took place at an early hour this morning. The late Mr. Graham, who assisted his father in his professional work, had been laid aside for some past time with pulmonary trouble. His condition was benefited considerably by residence at Ballyholme in the summer, but unfortunately the winter season entailed a set-back, and Mr. Graham passed away peacefully this morning at 3 Brooklyn Villas, Ballyholme. The late gentleman, who was but 30 years of age, was popular with his fellows to a degree, his urbanity of manner and geniality of disposition making him a general favourite. For many years the family resided at Donaghadee, and during that period the deceased took a leading part in the sporting and athletic life of the town. He was secretary of the Town Regatta Committee for several seasons, and was a prominent figure in the local Rugby football organisation, which he captained one year and assisted in a variety of other capacities. When the family returned to the city to take up residence in the Belmont district. Mr. Graham became a member of the Strandtown Unionist Club, in whose progress he was deeply interested. His demise at so early an age has cut short a career of much promise, and the sincerest sympathy will go out to the relatives in the great loss which they have sustained.