BODDY.—On August 2, 1945, at the Auckland Hospital. John, dearly loved husband of Elizabeth Boddy, 37, Spring Street, Onehunga' aged 69 years. A service will be held at C H Barkers Chapel, Queen street, Onehunga to-moriow (Saturday), at 3.15. Private Cremation. BRETT.—On August 3, at Cornwall Park Hospital, Gertrude May. dearly loved wife of Donald of 35. Wainui Avenue, Point Chevalier, and loved mother of Des, Bill and Maurice; aged 32 years A service will be held at J. Weir and Co.'s Chapel, 70. Ponsonby Road, to-morrow (Saturday.), at 2.30 p.m., funeral then leaving for the Crematorium. BKETT.—On* August 3, at Auckland, Gertrude May, dearly loved only daughter of Mr, and Mrs. B. H. Keith, of 5. Waima fctreet. Grey Lynn, and loved sister of Alfred. CONWAY.—On August 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, Fapakura, in her seventy-first year. held at the above address to-morrow (Saturday), at 10.15 a.m., funeral then leaving for Papakura Cemetery. JOHNSON.—On August 2, 1945. at Auckland, ' Christian Eleanor, loved daughter of the late Robert and Sop's)in Johnson, of Dunedin, and loved sister of Mrs. A. L. Eady, of 180, Balmoral Road. Auckland, and Mx. Hugh Johnson, of Jonannesburg, francis Johnson, Malaya, and loved aunt of Marjorie (Mrs. Turpin). Dorothy (Mrs. Sutton). Kenneth Eady and the late lan Johnson. A service will be held at Eibun and Sons' Chapel, Khyber Pass Newmarket, at 11 a.m. to-morrow (Saturday), August 4, the funeral then leaving for WaikuILOYD.— On August 3, 1945, at Auckland Hospital, Alfred Leo Lloyd, 3, Captain fatreet, Onehunga, loved brother oi Hush, Jim, Tcm, Kate (Mrs. T. Barr). Bob and the late William; aged 57 years. R.I.P. The funeral will leave C. H. Barker's Chapel. Queen Street, Onehunga, to-morrow (Saturday), at 2 p.m., for Waikaraka Park Cemetery. MILNE. —On AuEiist 2, at Green Lane Hospital, Robyn Jean, dearly beloved only daughter of Arthur and Cavelle, 575, Manukau Road, Epsom; aged 8 months. A service will be held at W. H. .Tongue and Son's Chapel to-morrow (Saturday), at 10.45 a.m., funeral then leaving for Hillsboro' Cemetery. NEVILLE.—On Ausust 2, at his residence, Astley Avenue. New Lynn, Matthew William (late N.Z.R.), eldest son ol the late James and Catherine Neville, and loved brother of James, Patrick and Mesdames Green, Shcehan and Mary Neville; aged 59 years. R.I.P. Rosary, 7.30 Friday evening at Catholic Church, Avondale. Requiem Mass, Avohdale Catholic Church, 9 a.m. to-morrow (_aturday), funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery. NORDEN.—On August 2, 1945, at Auckland Hospital, Henry David, dearly loved husband of Ida Louise, loved father of June and Marcus, 100, Mount Eden Road; aged 59 years; returned soldier 1914-18 war. Funeral leaves .Arthur Holmes and Sons , - Parlours, McColl Street, jfeu'insrket, for Wsikumcte to-morrow (Satur— day), alter<a service at 11 a.m. BEES-, -On Autust 3, 1045, passed away peacefully at'«te>rivate hospital, Mary Elizabeth, dearly beioWcf wife of William John P.ees, 8, Hepburn Street, Ponsonby. A service will be held at the above address Monday, at 1.30 p.m., funeral then leaving for Hillsboro' Cemetery. RICHARDSON.—On August 3. 1945, at his daughter's residence. 5, Frater Avenue. Milfprd, Robert dearly loved husband ol the late Mary Frances and loved fatl.er of Florence, and father-in-law of Alex McLeod; aged 81 years. Private cremation. SICHARDSON.—On August 3, 1945, at Milford. Robert, dearly loved- father of the late Arthur, and loved grandfather of Bob (New Plymouth), and Joe (Ahltiti); aged 81 years. LN MEMOKIAM CUNNINGHAM, John.—Treasured memories of dad. who fell asleep August 3, 1944. We'll meet again.
Dor and Cec. DBABBLE.—In ever loving memory of dear mum and Elaine, passed away August 3. 1942 We do not forget her. nor do we intend. We think of her often, and shall till the end. Inserted by her loving son Noel, and friends Sally and Elsie. FARRER.—In loving memory of my dear wife Rosa Violet, who passed away August 3. 1944. Sunshine passes, shadows tall. Loving memories outlast all. '3S E £=£ IS&JSSI V£ gjgg bered by her loving son and daughter-in-law Harry and Bessie. FIS.HEH.—In loving memory, of our dear friend Beth (E L. Fisher). Remembered always by Ethel. John and wee John Duncan. GRANT.—Robert Stuart.. who Passed away at Raetihi Hospital. August 3, 1944. Honest, gentle, loving, kind. Inserted by E. Hatfleld. Ohakune. HAWTIIOKNE.-In loving memory "t Catherine. Loved and remembered the same to-day. As hi the hour you passed away. Inserted by his loving wife a,nd family. HENDRICK.—In loving memory ol our dear fitvipr who DM-jsed away August 3, Wi-t. and sons-in-law Diok and Ali. peaceful a'way August 3. 1943. bere(J ■ Inserted by wife and family Lilian. Wilfred and Arthur. Inserted by his loving family. JACKSON. Herbert.-*, loving memory of father, who passed aw^Aug^,^. loving' memory of W dear wife Margaret, who passed away August 3. i»«. Worthy of remembrance. Mc^N-In' iovtgTemoTy T dear dad and « lif a d 4 - who passed away g , Billie, June and Jerry. BCHUBERT.-In' loving memory ol my o Norma. Peacefully sleeping, «»'"?", ali past; Life's weary trials and s° rro a v t f el f ce sh e bore. In silence she suffered, in py no more . Till God called her home =« n d Klt . Always remembered by Ha y dear BOCFFLOT.-In affec tio "^ on " e Xugust 3. 1942. mother, who P*f s ? i *?'% v m and He has taken. The Great Creator has £"£ 'JInserted by her son Charles wee lIMMINS.-In loving memory our « away daughter and sister Diane, August 3, 1943. th Boo ic ol Life, An angel writinß J n r>iane's birth; Wrote dow n - w n e . e 5?" closed that book. ' SS?€rivilr m othe, -he, sister and brother. _ j ear mother
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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945
DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945
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