PERCIVAL—KIRKBRIDE —On June 26, 1945, at ,St. John's Church, Middlesborough, England, Plying-Officer Dawson John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Percival, Wairoa Road, Narrow Neck. Auckland, to L.A.C.W. Lillian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kirkbride, England. DEATHS ATKIN.—On July 22, at the Mangonui Memorial Hospital, Kaitaia, Malcolm Ponsonby. dearly loved husband of Ever Lynne May. and loved father of Ellis. Murray, Lloyd. Shirley, Lindsay (overseas), and Olwyn; aged 63 years. A patient sufferer at rest. BUETOW.—On July 2-\, 1945, at Auckland Hospital, Anita, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Buetow, 24, Glenalmond Road, Mount Eden. Interred this day at Waikumete Cemltery. CHILWELL.—On July 24, 1945 (suddenly), at Auckland. William Herbert Chilwell, of Forrest Hill Road. Henderson. A service will be held at Watney Sibun and Sons' Chapel, Khyber Pass. Newmarket, at 1 p.m. to-morrow (Thursday). the funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery. COATES.—On July 25 (suddenly), at Wellington, Edward Thomas Rodney, loved husband of May Coates, of Matakohe. and beloved father of Coreen. Shirley and Desmond; aged 66 years. The funeral w>|ll take place at Matakohe Churchyard at 3 p.m. on Friday. Floral emblems to C. Little and Sons. Ltd., 209, Hobson Street, not later than Thursday evening. COLE.—On July 24, at a private hospital, Auckland, Elizabeth, of 34. Ardmore Hoad, Heme Bay, beloved wife of the late James Thomas, and dearly loved mother of Harold and Annie (Fleetwood, England). Rena and Bill, Florrie and Dick, Jim and Grace, Joe and Alice (Auckland); in her eighty-fourth year. Interred this day at Waikumete Cemetery. COVENTRY.—On July 23 (suddenly). Elsie May. beloved wife of Richard, and loved mother of Ray, and beloved youngest daughter of Margarett and James Lindsay, 97, Vermont Street, Ponsonby. FULLER.—On July 25, 1945, passed away quietly at a private hospital. Auckland. Maud Amy, dearly beloved wife of Alfred Ernest Fuller, of Russell, Bay of Islands, and loving mother of Harold, Neville, Hazel, Norman and the laie Amy. Funeral will take place at Russell tomorrow (Thursday), at 2 p-.m. GREENHALGH.—On July 24, 1945 (suddenly), at his residence 9, First Avenue, Kingsland, Thomas, dearly beloved youngest son of the late John and Mary Greenhalgli, and brother of Charlie, Eliza and Wallace. A service will be held at W. H. Tongue and Son's Chapel, to-morrow (Thursday), at 1.45 p.m., funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery. GREENHALGH.—On July 24, 1945 (suddenly), at his residence 9. First Avenue, Kingsland, Thomas. Sadly missed by his dearest friends Theo and Norelle Hawkins. JOHNSTON.—On July 24, 1945, at * Auckland Hospital, Thomas Forbes, dearly loved husband of Eileen Victoria, and loved father of Joan and Marella, 1, Sentinel Lodge, Jcrvois Road, Heme Bay; in his fifty-sixth year. Service at M. Morrison's Chapel, Parncl Road, at 3.30 p.m. to-morrow (Thursday?, runeral leaving afterwards for Purc^va. LANGRIDGE.—On July 23, at Nelson Public Hospital, Eric Alfred Langridge, of Auckland, dearly beloved husband of Margaret, and only son of Mr. and Mrs. Langridge. Takapuna, brother of Doreen; result of accident!' in his twenty-sixth year. Funeral will leave Watney Slbun and Sons, at 3 p.m. on Thursday. MALONE—On July 25, 1945, at Green Lane. Auckland, Daniel Malone, loved husband cf Edmee, and dear daddy of Jocelyn, Gary and Eric, 236, Campbell Road. A service will be held at Watney Sibun and Sons' Chapel. Khyber Pass. Newmarket, at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Thursday). Private cremation. MORPETH.—On July 25, 1945, at Napier, Isabella Margaret, widow of Thomas Sloan Morpeth (late of Auckland), and beloved mother of surviving children, Mrs. Dickey (Wellington), Mrs. Chas. Goldstone (Hastings), Mrs. Hughes (London), Hector and Logan (Kaitaia); aged 88 years. POTTS —On June 30, at Lord Howe Island„Morris, loved husband of Phyllis Pott 6; and on July 17, Phyllis, loved wife of the late Morris Potts, and lOved sister of Mrs. A. O'Brien, and Mrs. R. Baddiley, 16, Essex Road, Mount Eden, and Mr. Harold Wilson, Adams Street, Green Lane. SPlNLEY.—Suddenly, at his residence 15, Roslyn Terrace, Devonport, Allan George,. beloved husband of Clara, and loved father of Mavis and June; in his fifty-second year. Service 2 p.m. (Thursday). Morris' Chapel, Devonport, catching 2.30 p.m. vehicular ferry for Waikumete Crematorium. SPINLEY.—At his residence 15. Roslyn Terrace, Devonport, Allan George, fourth son of the late Joseph Christopher and Annie Spinley, and brother of Hetty, Lawrence, Les and Iris, and the late Prissie, Millie, Bob, Bert and Fred; in his fifty-second year. Cremation at Waikumete, Thursday. TILLER.—On July 23. at Auckland. Joseph Fredrick, of 219, Hobson Street, City, beloved brother of Mrs. D. E. Rodgers (Whangaiei), and the late Eeatrlce; aged 68 years. A servicwill be held at J. Weir andl Co. s Chapel, 70 Ponsonby Road, to-morrow (Thursday) at 2.30 p.m., funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery. WHITTON.—On July 25, at her residence 89, Grange Road, Mount Eden, Louisa Margery, beloved wife of Thomas E Whitton i u pe£al service at 2 p.m. Friday, 27th, at above address, thence to Crematorium.
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MARRIAGES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945
MARRIAGES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945
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