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DEATHS

FOOLER. On July 12, accidentally killprf in Kenya, Pilot-Officer Brian Squire aged 'A R.K.Z.A.F.. beloved son of Mr and Mrs P G. Fowler 1. Ellcrslie Park Rbad, and loved Rosemary Frank ' DouBl:ls - Vera, Desmond and FOWLER.—Brian Squire, Pilot-Officer, R N Z A F killedl in flying accident Eastleigh, Keny'a,' Jul'y E lears ' lovod grandson of Mrs. IN MEMORIAM *NNAN.—In loving remembrance ol our son and brother Sergeant Gunner Don Annan, killed Sn air operations July 26. 1940. A tender chord of memory Is softly touched to-day Inserted by dad and Raymond. JUCNAN, Sergeant Air-Gunner Donald FrancK (R.N.Z.A.F.).—In loving memory of Don, killed in action over Holland, July 26, 1940. Ever remembered. Aunty Daisy and Uncle Ken. ANNAN, Sergeant Gunner Don.—ln fond and loving memory of my dear nephew, killed over western Germany July 26, 1940. Ever remembered by Aunt Jane. ANNAN, Sergeant Gunner Don.—ln fond and loving memory of our nephew, killed over western Germany, July 26. 1940. Ever remembered by Uncle Peter; Auntie Molly and family. BOWMAN.—In loving remembrance of our dear son and brother Flight-Sergeant James Ferguson Bowman, presumed to have lost his life in a raid over Essen, on July 26, 1943. God knows best. A tribute also to the other members of his crew, known to have lost their lives during raid over Essen in a 90th Squadron Stirling bomber, on July 26. 1943. Inserted by his dad, mum and family. ? ' EDGAR.—In loving memory of my dear brother John, who was killed in action on July 26, 1944. The happy hours we spent together, Are' cherished memories kept for ever Inserted by his loving brother Allen. PRIAULX. —In loving memory of our dear and only son Roy, killed in action in Italy, July 26, 1944. Ke died as he lived, a man. Memories of you, dear Roy, are our dearest treasure, In our hearts you will live for ever. * Inserted by his loving mother and father. PRIAULX.—In loving memory of Roy, killed in action in Italy, July 26, 1944. Wonderful memories are all that is left. Of a brother and pal, the very best. Inserted by his loving sister Ivy. PRIAULX.—In loving memory of my dear nephew Roy. A thought for to-day, A memory for ever. Inserted by Auntie Amy. PRlAULX.—Private Roy Leslie, killed in action, July 26. 1944. Time changes many things, But a lovin? memory ever -clings. Inserted by Vivienne and Mum Swinburne. PRIAULX. —In loving memory of Roy, killed in action, July 26, 1944. Ever remembered by Mr. and Mrs. Hieatt, Mr. and Mrs. Withe? and family. TOOVEY. —In loving memory of Gunner A. C. Toovey, killed in action July 26, 1944. In our garden of memories, We see you every day. Inserted by his loving sister Myrtle, and brother-in-law Laurie. TOOVEY. —In proud and loving memory of our dear brother and brother-in-law Alf, died on active service July 26, 1944. Not just to-day, but every day, In silence we remember. Inserted by Bern and Hugh. TURRALL. —In proud and loving memory of Thomas Crosland (Jim), killed on active service in Italy, July 26, 1944. In a hero's grave in a far-off land. Lies one I loved so dear, A smiling face that won't come back. Inserted Jay his loving wife Eva. TURRALL. —In loving memory of our dear son, who was killed on July 26, 1944, overseas. The midnight stars are shining on a grave bo far away. Where they laid our dear son just a year ago to-day. Inserted by his loving, mother and father, Birkdale. TURRALL.—In loving memory of Uncle Cros, killed in action July 26, 1944, overseas. Always thoughtful and kind, Wonderful memories left behind.

Inserted by Joan and Reg. TURRALL. —In loving memory of my dear brother, who was killed on July 26. 1944, overseas. Ever remembered. Inserted by his loving brother Samuel and family. TURRALL.—In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle, killed In action July 26, 1944. Ever remembered by Rita. Charlie, nieces and nephews. TURRALL.—In loving memory of Crosslyn, killed in action July 26, 1944. Ever remembered by Auntie Bella, Uncle Sandy and family. TURRALL. —In loving memory ol our nephew and cousin Cros, killed in action July 26, 1944. Always in our thoughts. Auntie Lizzie. Uncle Willie and family. WHITTEN.—In memory of Sergeant-Pilot Ron Whitten, who was reported missing and presumed killed. July 26, 1942. His name lives on. Friends at Berlel House. BIRTHS BAVERSTOCK.—On July 25. at Nurse Cravln's, St. Heller's Bay, to Rae, wife of B. Baverstock. a daughter. Both well. Visitors after seven days. DANBSY-SCOTT.—Oh July 22, at Auckland Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Danbsy-Scott (nee Margaret Campbell), a son. Both well. ELIA.—On July 26, at St. Margaret's, Epsom, to June and Leon, a daughter. Both well. FROGGATT.—On July 25, at Bethany, to Valda (nee Clark) wife of L.A.C. Froggatt (R.N.Z.A F.), a son Both well. No visitors four days. HIGHLEY.—On July 21 and 25. at Te Whare-ltl, to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Highley, twin sons. SHORLAND— On July 25, at f Si. Ann's l ° h ?° e< wife of George Hardwick Shorland. a daughter. SPALDING.—On July 25, at Nurse Miller's. 184, Campbell Road,. Green Lane, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Spalding, a daughter. Both well. TOWNSEND.—On July 24. at Jesmond Dene, to Mr and Mrs. Denis Townsend, 189, Balmoral Road. Mount Eden, a daughter. Both well. VENNING-TIIOMAS.—On Wednesday, July 25, 1945, at Nurse MacLeod's Nursing.Home. Mount Albert Road, to Richard and Robbie (nee Robbie Cook, Qisborne), a son, 10%lb (Aubrey Montgomery Anthony). Both very well. wni I iams —On July 25, at Te Kohanga, Be h well. No visitors for seven days. SILVER WEDDINGS

CHATFIELD—ASIITON.— On July 26 1920 at Sacred Heart Church, Ponsonby. Stanley N. Chaifleld, eldest son of Mr and MlB - A friton" rhaifleld of Waitiku, to Sylvia *.. asnion, SaugSter of the late' Mr. and Mrs. Ashton. Present address: Opotlki. DEATHS ANDERSON.-On Jug 1945LV.t the Auckland S^^^ 9 S ; funerfl' then leaving for the Crematorium. Waikumete Cemetery. C =e^-IrSand-^b2rt,3b£ r h=2 S£ S^n.err a e'd d oSurch-

CHRISTINI.-On July 24, £*<*£>^"BSlfc C /mV, y r e o a ne f h a unla; o aged 59 COLLINS.-On July 25. at AucWand y Hospital. Mary, dearly beloved " I£ Vr r ins V ilk? aged 65 _, r\ n tulv 25 at Auckland COLLINS, Clauson.-On July mother of Charles Hospital, Mary, dearly belovea ™ __ (Dunedin), Ivy (Mrs. C. Mi is) ■ uo y W' S °a 6 e a d ( 6l>i 1? a £ m & WStff&g:^ DUNN.-On July 26 *%j&*ffl&*fiߣ vears. Private HEWIT m T:-On July f-^r^y^TaJli ra h«- A nd ße« Sonera? li£S OSSS?-*" Waikumete HI C rjK S C .-On July 25 1945 at Auckland, Mrs. Jean Morrison, and stepmotne Hicks; aged 67 years. servi Sat urday. 'iESZSS* » ? a 9 t 4 e 5 'G a e t orr«. SPS ! Ada. widow of thei latei George « ioved Summer Street, P° ns "s rrlc Busby, of Auckof George, Norman and Eric *> u^! nga nul. land, and Mrs J. T 6&n HIGHLEY.-On July f 26, ?dwui. o of Keith and Edith, aged u reslde nce HOGWOOD.—On July 26 v, )1 ,, b0 , r0 ' Evelyn Mary, 61. Frederick Street, Hlllsßoro, Jame dearly beloved eldest daughter oi sister ol and Mary HogwoOd and mucn d; Mu riel. Lenora, Bertha ,„ lea> ,e Dorothy, Leslie and cecu. sat urday. ior her residence at 1.30 P-'"-Waikaraka Cemetery. AucU and Hospital. LE LEU.-On July 26 at AacWana Elizabeth Johanna. °eariy Newton Road, Frederick William Le _ L |"' d p rlc !r Ernest, Elsie anM loved mother o. * re ?»i' _ se cond year. A May and Eva; in her El " y Mclvor an d Sons, service will be held at J. (Friday), 434. Karangahape E°ad. to m leavJng for at 2.30 p.m.. the WM™ Waikumete Crematorium. a prlvate MACFARLANE.-On wife of Alexander hspital. beloved »£ and loving Macfarlane, 54, Owens "O" o ',^ v A service will - mother of Betty and , g chapel, be held at W. H. Tongue « fun eral then to-morrow leaving for Purewa Cemetery. AuC kland MARSH.-10972, First N t££jy' beloved husband Public Hospital, Harry, deany H derso n. and of Florence, Te Atetu Road, rf Huntly. loved father of Mrs. B. < A "ce; Tongue and A service will be helcl a. "; morro w (Friday). Bon's Chapel, at 1.30 Cemetery, the funeral then leaving ior Waikumete. ,

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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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