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CONWAY.—On Aucust 2. 1945. at her residence 4, Salisbury Street. Heme Bay. Charlotte Martha, loved wife of the late William Henry Conway. and daughter of the late Mary Jane Tomlinson. Papakuia; :n her seventy-first year. He giveth His beloved Sleep. A service will be held at the above address Saturday at '0.15 a.m.. funeral then leaving ror Papakura Cemetery. COXIVAY.—On August 2. 1945, at her home 4. Salisbury Street. Heme Bay, Charlotte Martha, nearly loved mother and confidant cf Mitty and Rita, and loved grandmother of David and Hugh. We will treasure her memory always. COBBIGAK.—On August 1, 1915, at St. Joseph's Home. Ponsonby. James Corrlgan. late of Thames: iiqed S3 years. R.I.P. Funeral will leave '.he above address 11 a.m. to-morrow (Friday), for Waikaraka Cemetery. HOWARD.—On Aucust 1. 1945. at her daughter's re-.idencr. Mrs. Roi'.Mrce. 31. Allcnd.ilo itoa'l. Jphn starling Howard. ' and loving mother of Eva. Lilian. Harry, Margaret and Stanley: aged 84 years. A service v. ill bo held at W. H. Tongue and Son's Chapel, to-morrow (Friday), at 10.45 a.m.. funeral then .elving for Waikumete Cemetery. JEAVONS.—On August 1 (suo V'-iv). Gladstone, dearly beloved husband of Llii.-octh, cf York Road. Papatootoe. Deeply mourned. Funcial will leave the above address at 11 a.m. tomorrow (Friday), for the Papatoetoe Public Cemetery. KIORO.—On August 1, at Rotorua Hospital. V. Nisiro. of Kawaha Point, beloved uncle of Tom and Jerry Nlgro. Requiem Mass at 7 o'clock Friday morninir. Funeral will leave St. Michael's Church. Rc-.Oiiia. at 10 a.m. NOISI.I.—On August 2. at Auckland Hospital '(suddenly). Ethel May, dearly beloveo wife of Oco:fc'e llirhsru f.ocl:-. ui 4i. u ':.« x Grey Lynn, and loved mother of Ivan. Leo, Eric" and lialph: aged li 7. A satvlce will L? held at T. J. Mclvor and Sons. 434, Karangahape Road. Saturday, at 1.45 r> in., the ;uuei'<>i U.cU leaving for Waifcumete Cemetery. OXEXHAM.—On August 1, 1945, at the Greer. Lane Hojpital, Freda Ellen, the dearly beloved wife of Albert Oxcnham, GilfillDh Street, Blockhouse Bay. and loving mother of Don. Bob (overseas), and Marie. Funeral will leave the above address to-morrow (Friday), at 2 p.m. for St. Luke's Church Cemetery. Mount Albert. OXENHAM.—On August 1, at the Green Lane Hospital. Freda Ellen, beloved eldest daußhter o! Marie and the late Joseph May, Maybeck Road. Mount Albert, and loving sister of J. R. (Dick), F. L. (Frank), Ida (Mrs. Mclntyre), and Molly (Mrs. McKenzie). PATTERSON'.—On August 2. at Coromandel, Mary Patterson dearlv beloved wife of William J. Patterson, and mother of Margaret D. Patterson. Ellerslie. Requiem Ma'ss will be celebrated in the Coromancicl Catholic Church, at 9 a.m. tc-morrow (Friday), funeral leaving for the Corcmande! Public Cemetery at 2.30 p.m. SMITH.—On August 1. at Green Lane -Hospital. At rest Funeral will leave T. J. Mclvor and Sons. Karangahape Road, Saturday, at 11 a.m., for Waikumete Cemetery. STARKEY.—On August 2. at Auckland Hospital. George, younger son of the late Patrick and Elizabeth Starkey; aged 56 years. R.I.P. Private interment from C. Little and Sons, Ltd., 209, Hobscn Street. TRIGG.—On August 1 suddenly), at his residence 253. Tamaki Drive, Kohimarama, Charles Herbert Trigg (City Hotel), dearly beloved husband of Mary Trigg, and beloved father of Leah. Jack and Noel: aged 63 years. R.I.P. The funeral will leave the above address at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Friday). lor Waikumete Cemetery. WOODWARD.—On August 1, 1945, at the Auckland Hospital, Rachel Catherine, dearly loved wife of the late Frank Wyatt Woodward, and mother of Eva (Nelson). Frank. Vej'a (Mrs. Richmond. Kohukohu), Hazel (Mra. Walker, Auckland): aged 71 At rest. Funeral leaves Arthur Holmes and Sons - Parlours, McColl Street. Newmarket, at 2.30 p.m. to-morrow (Friday). IN MEMOKIAM DELGROSSO.— In loving memory of our- dear mother, who passed away Aucust 2, 1932. Just a memory fond and true. Inserted by her loving son Vic, and daughter-in-law Marg. DEWHTJRST.—In loving memory of our dear Peter, who fell asleep on August 2, 1944. Thy will be dene. Always remembered by lather, mother, brothers and sister. DTJNFORD.—In loving memory or our dear husband and father, who passed on August 2, 1943. f ever Inserted by his loving wife and family. DWIGHT.—In fond and loving memory of our dear son and brother Eric Owen, who departed this life August 2, 1930. In memory we sec him just tne s>d«it. As long as we live we will cherish his name; Deep in our hearts he is living yet. We loved him too dearly to «ver forget. Inserted by his loving parents, sisters and brothers. 1 father, who fell asleep August 2 1939- Loved and remembered always by ills loving wife and family. JOHNSON.—In loving memory of dad, who passed away August 2, 1942. Just a sweet memory of bygone days, . And a wish for a face unseen; And a constant feeling God alone Knows best what might have been. Inserted by Gordon. Agnes, Don and Earle. »»„! ADrv T n tnvinff memory of our dear husband "and fa?h7r jimes* whT parsed away August 2. M3i> ' Too dearly loved to be forgotten Inserted by his loving wife and family, and wee grandchildren. away at Auckland, August 2, 1944. KsVs'efnfh? £5? Kind. A beautiful memory left behind. Not a day do I lorget ypu, In my heart you are always near, I who loved you, sadly miss you. e£ 'ISSUES £& wife. "inserted by hef lo'vlS"™* and ""Una. PATTEN.-Mcmorles ol Annette, who fell asleep AUSUSt Somewn l ere in a beautiful garden. Annette sleeps peacefully. B. M. and E. A. Crust. FATTEN.-In loving memory of Annette, who passed away August 2 1941. verted by **« e ' BmH -HS e "to ed clJsf , h» , b«n d Mr It will be complete one day. Inserted by her loved ones. SMITH.-In treasured memory ol my sister less, who passed away on August 2 WWe'll meet again. SmTS IT memory of Tess, who !eft us We* look with tender memory, On the path you used to tr | a^ u ours . We bless the years »e c » 11 *? lm yo Inserted by Margaret » na ' One ot SMITH.-Loving thoughts missed. the best. Dearly loved, and sadiy m WELSH.-A tribute to Francis (Buster), died over SX-JST&& c! 9 n 41 breafc a chain of memories. I'll always remember.

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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945

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DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 181, 2 August 1945