_ * MRS. JOHN GILOGLEY.. ; There passed away at tbe residence of her son in law. Mr T. W. Barker, Leßon's Bay, another of the old Peninsula residents in the person of Mrs John Gilogley. Though the de ceased bad been ailing for tbe last three years there was no intimation that her end was so near, she apparently being in much better health for the past few months, She passed away at half past eleven on Tuesday 21e*t. The deceased lady was tbe eldest surviving daughter of the late Mr John Gundy, senr., of Akaroa. There is now only one sister Mra Karalus of Tirifei road, Stratford, and one son Mr James Gundy of Lower j Riccarton, Christchurch, brother and sister of the deceased. The late Mrs Gilogley came to New Zealand fifty three ago with her parents, settling in Robinson's Bay on the property now owiaed by Mr Sam Curry. Soon after their arrival she married tbe late Mr James Cairn*** wbo predeceased ber. By tbia marriage there were ten children. all of whom are still living. Later on she married the late John Gilogley. The funeral tank ptace at bei Leßon's Bay cemetery on Thurs- I day 23rd. the Rev Wilkinson attend ing*. x i the close of tbe burial service be read the deceased favourite hymn "Abide with me, fast' falls the even tide: The darkness deepens, Lord with me abide." Tbe hearse was covered with many wreaths and floral tributes from Mrs W McCullough, setir, Mr and Mrs W Elliot, Mr and Mrs T Mcintosh, Mr and Mrs Len Mcintosh, Mr and Mrs Dalgleisb, Misses Ethel and Florrie Pettereon, Mr and Mrs W Crotty, Mrs J Petter son, Mr and Mrs J Cairns, Misses Olive and Vilna Barker, Sylvia and Irene and lnga Tbelning granddaughters of the deceased, and Mr and Mrs Penrose, of Greymoufch.
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OBITUARY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3510, 4 January 1916
OBITUARY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3510, 4 January 1916
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