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ASBUKY,— On August 1, 1945. at a private be held at W. H. Tongue and Son's Chapel to-morrow (Thursday), at 9.30 a.m., funerai then leaving for the Crematorium. BLACK.—On August 1, at Auckland Hospital. Charles Herbert (formerly " Assistant Land Registrar. Auckland), dearly beloved husband of Constance Ethel, and loved father of Myra (Mrs. C. G. Pinny); in his eightieth year. Funeral notice in Herald. HARDY.-- On August 1, at Auckland, George, beloved husband of May, of Princes Street, Otahuhu; aged (.0 years. Funeral will leave the Chapel of James Mrlvor and Co., Otahuhu at 2 p.m. Friday, for the Otahuhu Public Cemetery. HAWES.-On July 31. :945, at Auckland Hospital John, dearly loved husband of the late Ellen Hawes, 18, Claremont Street Grafton and loving father of W. A. Hawas, Wellington' aged 84. A service will be held at W. H. Tongue and Son's Chapel to-morrow (Thursday), at 1.45, funeral then * leaving for Waikumete Cemetery. KINZETT.—On July 22. 1945, at Hutt Hospital Olive Jane, beloved second daughter of Mrs P Godfrey, and sister of Mrs. J. Qutnn, Levin, Mrs. A. Branch, Pukekohe. W. Godfrey, Upper Hutt. and S. Godfrey, Hokitika. R.l.p. A patient sufferer at rest. UNGHAM.-On July 26, 1945. at the Hutt Hospital. Myrtle Ruby, dearly loved wife ol H. Langham, of 25, Mahoc Street, Lower Hutt and mother of Norman and Mervyn. At rest. McCORMACK.—On July 31, at a private hospital Auckland. Jane, of 41,. Lincoln fauect, Ponscnby. beloved wife cf the late John, and loved mother of Kit. Fcb and Ruby; in her seventy-first year. Service will be held at J. Weir and Co.'s Chapel, 70. Ponsonby Road, to-morrow (Thursday), at 10.45 a.m., funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery. TAGET.—On July 31, at Cornwall Park Hospital. Catherine, loved mother of Kate (Mrs. P. Rugg). Ambury Avenue, Epsom, John, Glasgow, Scotland, grandmother of Helen. Jack and Hector. At res:. A service will be- held In C. H. Barker's Chapel, Queen i.treet, Onehunga, to-morrow (Thursday), at 2 p.m., funeral then leaving for Waikaraka Cemetery. REID.— On July 31. 1945, at his residence 13. Towai Street, St. Helier's, Pastor Andrew Reid, dearly loved husband of Helen Jane, and loved father of Helen. Grace. John, Andrew, James. Joan. Elsie. Alex, Tcm and Annabella; aged 75 years. A service will be held at Watney Slbun and Son:;' Chapel. Khyber Pass. Newmarket, at 2 p.m. on Friday, the funeral then leaving for Purewa Cemetery. EEID.— On July 31, 1945, at his residence 13. Towai Street, St. Helier's, Andrew, beloved brother of Miss Joan Reid, and Mrs. Grace Patterson, of Timarti. REID.— On July 31, 1945, at his residence 13, Towai Street. St. Helier's, Andrew, beloved father of Andrew Raeside, and Nell Reid, of 486, Riddell Road. St. Helier's, and loved grandfather oi Clifford, Marcus and Malcolm. REID.— On July 31, 1945, at his residence 13. Towai Street, Lt. Helier's. Andrew, beloved father of the Rev. James K. and Mavis Reid, of 8, St. Aubyn Street. Devonport,' and loved grandfather of Helen, Den; Arine -and. Barbara. ■ RUTHERFOBD.— On July 3\', 1945, "'aHihls late residence 45, King Edward Avenue. Bay,swaAer, James. First N.Z.8.F.. 3rdN.Z. Rifle Brigade, loved husband of Ethel; aged 64 years. Funeral ■will leave the Chapel of H. Morris, Ltd., Devonport, at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Thursday), for O'Neill's Point Cemetery. Private interment.

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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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