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OBITUARY.

MRS. R. LETTER

The new 3of Mrs patter's death early on Thursday morning came as a shook to her many Peninsula friend*. It hag been known for years that her health was not of the best, but it waa not anticipated that she was seriously ill Bhe developed pneumonia .on Tuesday. Drs. Canfcrell and Palmer have, been in attendance, but,'owing to the weak state of her heart, she collapsed early yesterday morning. Mrs Latter, was born at Little Akaloa, being a daughter of Mr J. A. Lβ Olerc. who was a son .of Charles Lβ Olerc, Esq., of "Buebfield House," County Kildare. Ireland. Bhe was later in Duvaucbjelie, and was married when 18 years of age to Mr Bobert Latter. She leaves seven children—three sons and four daughters. Mrs Latter was renown ed for her kindness of heart, and in the bays round about her home those in sorrow or sinkness have found in her a Stirling friend She wasaiwajs ke;n ly interested in all social matter?, aud also in all sports, and her death leaves a blank among many Peninsula gatherings, which it will be hard-to fill. Mrs Latter has only one Bister, Mrs Potts, who is now living in Pahiatua. The keenest sympathy is felt for Mr Robert Latter and his family in their sad bereavement,

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OBITUARY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4416, 31 July 1914

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OBITUARY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4416, 31 July 1914

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