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LATE MRS. E. FORSYTH

—: — A large and representative attendance at the funeral at Karori on Saturday afternoon of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Forsyth, wife of Mr. Thomas Forsyth, sh'zwed the. esteem in which she was held. A service was conducted oil the Kent Terrace Presbyterian Church by the Rev. W. Gilmour, of that church and by the Rey. H. Johnson, until recently minister of the Cambridge Terrace Congregational c™rch- , ;, : m ' The. chief mourners.were Mr. Thomas Forsyth, Dr. Forsyth (son), the Misses Forsyth (daughters), Miss Elizabeth Forsyth, (sister-in-law) of Dunedin, Mr. Knox Smith (brother of the deceased) and Mrs. Knox Smith. The pallbearers were , Messrs W. J. Charters, D. S. Patauck, D. Perry, C. S. Falconer, R. Johnson, and G. F. Guise. The funeral was attended by representatives of the Wellington City Council, the Wellington Education Board, the Victoria Bowling Club, the New ve^l Society of Accountants and the V.M.C.A. National Council. Many public bodies and private persons sen^ W)eatlis> ". ".

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LATE MRS. E. FORSYTH, Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 79, 30 September 1935

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LATE MRS. E. FORSYTH Evening Post, Volume CXX, Issue 79, 30 September 1935

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