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BROWN.—On July 23. at a private rest nome, Auckland. Emily Jane, loved sister of Mrs. Jesus. A meeting will be held in Disraeli Street Hall. Mount Eden Road, to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2 p.m., the funeral then leaving for Papatoetoe Cemetery. BROWN.—Cn July 22, at his residence, Pokeno, Alfred Edward, loring husband of Mary Jane, and loving father of Lillias (Mrs. A. H. Pope), and Perc; aged 73 years. A patient sufferer. Interred to-day at PoUeno Cemetery. CHHANA KALA.—On July 22, 1945, at Auckland. The funeral will leave Watney Sibun and Sons' Chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at 1.30 p.m. to-morrow (Wednesday). for Walkumete Cemetery* GRANT.—On July 23. at Napier (suddenly), Ernest, seventh son of the late William and Margaret Grant, and loved brother of John, George, Fred, Laura Kelly, and the late Rose Young. R.I.P. Requiem Mass at St. Benedict's. Thursday, 9.30 a.m., funeral leaving for Waikaraka Cemetery after Mass. GREENHALGH.—On July 24, 1945 (suddenly), at her residence 9, First Avenue, Kingsland. Thomas, youngest son of the late' John and Mary Greenhalgh. A service will be held at W H. Tongue and Son's Chapel, Thursday, at 145 p.m., funeral then leaving for Walkumete Cemetery. HUNT.—On July 17, at Listowel, County Kerry, Eire, Mary, dearly loved ■ mother of Father Hunt, Northcote. Solemn Requiem Mass atSt Mary's Church, Northcote, at 10 o'clock on Thursday. E.I.P: ;-/;v. .. ....... KEELING.—On July 23, 1945. at her residence IK* 'Ranui. Road. Remuera. Maude Isabel, loved wife oi--the ".ate Arthur Duguid Keeling, and loved mother of Betty and John; aged 67 years. A service will be held at Watney Eibun and Sons' Chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at II a.m. to-morrow (Wednesday). Private cremation., IANGRIDGE.—On July 23, at Kelson Public Hospital, Eric Alfred Langrldge, of Auckland, dearly beloved husband of Margaret, and only son of Mr. and Mrs. Langridge, Takapuna, . brother of Doreen; result of accident: aged 251'-. years. Funeral will leave Watney Sibun and Sons, at 3 p.m. on Thursday. LYONS.—On July 24, 1845. at a private hospital, Joseph Carswell Lyons, M.R.C.V.8., Edinburgh, dearly loved husband of Martha, and loved father of Stennie and Isobel: in his seventysecond year Service at W. Morrison's Chapel, • Parnell Road, at 2 p.m. Thursday, funeral leaving afterwards for Purcwa. McKENZIE—On July 23, 1345, at a private hospital, Margaret Fletcher, loved wife of . the late Donald McKenzie, Whangarei, and loved mother of Robert, Te Kuiti; aged 79 years. A service will be held at W. H. Tongue and Son's Chapel to-morrow (Wednesday), at 1.45 p.m. Private cremation. No flowers by request. METTAM.—On July 23 (suddenly), at the Thames Hospital, George Edwin James, beloved husband of Violet Muriel Mettam, of 2, Prospect Terrace, Paeroa, and loved father of Muriel, and loving erandfather of Vonnie. Pauline and Noeline; aged 63 years. A service will be held at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Paeroa, at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Wednesday), prior to Interment at Pukerimu Cemetery. MORILLEAU.-On July 23, 1945, Pamela Joy, darling granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Crowther, 24, Clarke Road, Royal Oak. A little sufferer at rest. MUNRO.—On July 24, at her residence 10, Shoal Bay Road, Devonport, chloris Letitla. dearly loved wife of George Clarke Munro, and loved mother of Douglas, Ella, Beryl, George and Greta- aged 60 years. At rest. A service will be held at the Chapel of H. Morris, Limited, at 2 pin. to-morrow (Wednesday), funeral leaving afterwards for O'Neill's Point Cemetery. BOSS—On July 23, 1945, at her residence 150, Great South Road, Remuera, Florence Alice beloved widow of Robert, and loved mother of or' ross- aged 76-years. A service will be held at^atney g |lbun and Sons' Chapel, Khyber Pass Newmarket,, at 10.30 a.m. to-morrow (Wednesday), the funeral then leaving for the Crematorium. twHTTnoiwRF "Hpnrv Ernest Boer War Veteran, H th T Tar , ana E ki, H on n j y uly r ?3, Green i.»e Hospital S 'TlsX Enow. Mrs. cowle. Fred, Frank Jack; in hi* yea r. Funeral v, in leave hil. "Sβ Ceme^ry! 0 " IN MKMO.KIAM B^a I r S mo^e? G^o S "7a I 5 n sed 10 a V r y ?£?°H M™ dear to J_ ay| but cver y day, In silence we remember. Inserted by Ruth, Bill and Fay. COYLE.—In loving memory of my mother, who passed away July 23, 1942. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by her son Mark, and Gladys. FENN.-In loving memory of our dear father ?ne y p t al°n SB and nO sor?o V w farewell. In memory a constant thought. In in h se?te t d a bv il W t s TovS" daughter, aon-in-law Ellfe and Laurie, grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. FENN —In loving memory of my dear grandfather, who passed away July 24 1944 Resting where no shadows »«. In perfect peace he waits us all. Inserted by loving granddaughter, and greatgrand'son Elsie and Laurie. "STpsSk "as? g£a f r dear mother&r£frAZer he £il hold. Inserted by her family. KEEGAN.—In loving memory ot my dear mother, who passed away July 24, 1943. Loved and remembered to-day. As on the day she passed away. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law Edna and Mick. KEEGAN.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who.passed away July 24. 1943. In our hearts a memory is kept. Of the one we loved and never forget. Ever remembered by her daughter and son-in-law Jess and Jim, and grandchildren. KEEGAN.—In loving memory of. our dear mother and nannie, who passed away July 24. 1943. Hearts that loved you never, forget, In memory you are with us yet. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law Phyllis and Tom, and grandchildren Zan and -Pam. KEEGAN.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who died July 24 1943. ', Of happy days we spent together. Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law Thelma and Arthur. KEEGAN.—In loving memory of our dear mother and gi'.mrima. who fell asleep July 24, l'^J. ' Ever remembered by her loving son Frank. daughter-in-law and grandsons. KEEGAN.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed awcy July 24, 1943. Ever remembered br Eill. Eiddie and grandchildren. EAINHAM.—In loving memory ol Trevor, who passed aw?.y July 24. 1940. Deep in my heart a memory Is kept, Of a son I loved and can never forget. Inserted by his loving mother, nana and grandad. RAIXHAM.—Loving memories of Trevor, who died July 24, 1940; also mother, died August 13, 1933. A silent thought, a secret tear. Keeping their memory ever near. Ever remembered by Uncle Jack, Aunty Ethyll and Elsie.

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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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