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DEATHS.

CRABB. —At Wellington, on February 7, 1941, James, of 75 Waitoa Road, beloved son ot tho lato Sampson and Eliza Crabb, Nelson; aged 75 years.

FORSYTH. —On February C, 1941, at his son's residence, 26 Bannister Street, Masterton, Thomas Forsyth, dearly" beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Forsyth, of 6 Lip man Street, Wellington; in his 73rd year. HARTLAND, Helen Mabel.—-Beloved sister of Mrs. Francis Penty. (Private interment.) LLOYD-JONES.—On February 7, 1941, at Petone (suddenly), Albert Victor, beloved husband of Ethel Lloyd-J ones, 99 Richmond Street, Petone; aged 54 years. "Peacefully sleeping."

On February 7, 1941, at Wellington, Elizabeth Maria, dearly beloved wife of Frederick William Mathews, 14 Firth Terrace, Karori. Patient sufferer at rest. (Private interment. No flowers.) On February 6, 1941, at Wellington Hospital, Albert, beloved husband of Lena May Peck, of 168 King's Crescent, Lower Hutt; aged 65 years.

"ROBERTS.—On February 5, 1941, at Gisborne, Agnes Nicholson, widow of the late A. J. A. Roberts, formerly of Wellington. (Cremation, Auckland, 7th.)

'RUSSELL.—On February 6, 1941, at her residence/ 76 Coromandel Street, Martha Russell, dearly loved wife of James Morris Russell; aged 70 years. Mother of Mrs. V. Ballard (Hamilton), Mrs. J. Henry (Wellington), • George (Scotland), William and James (Wellington). At rest. ■ ' ■ WALES.—On. February C, 1941, at a private hospital, Wellington, Henry James, dearly loved husband of Albertina Wales, 130 Daniell Street, and beloved father of Mrs. A. Church, Marjorie and Lloyd (Ist Echelon, Egypt), and brother of Mrs. Vollheide and Miss B. Wales,.of Sydney; aged 65 years.

WILSON.—On February 4, 1941, at Melbourne. Sidney Lewis, elder and only surviving son of the late L. H. B. and K. E. Wilson.

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DEATHS., Evening Post, Volume CXXXI, Issue 32, 7 February 1941

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DEATHS. Evening Post, Volume CXXXI, Issue 32, 7 February 1941

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