HUTCHINS —On Saturday. October 8. Vtil. at a private hospital. Marten. Edward (Ted), son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. J. PurneiL [ oi Pcnecnby. McCRORIE.—On October 10. 1921, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Johnson. WesUrn Springs. Jane Forrest, relict of the late Alexander Mct'rone; aged S3 yeaiß. —Dunedin papers please copy. Private interment. McGARRY.—Ou October 10, 19-21, at her mother's residence, 77, Ardmore Road. Herns Bay. Muriel Florence., dearly-beloved youngest daughter of Catherine and the late Henry McGarry, and sister of Mrs. Fred Green; aged 19 years.—Kequiescai in pace. Soiemn Requiem Maas will be celebrated at the Sacred Heart Church, O'Neill Street, at 'J a.m. to-morrov ("Wednesday), the funeral leaving after the Mass fox Otahuiu Cemetery. VALDER—On October 10, 1921. at hie Jute residence Nikai Rd. Otahuha, Henry Ncwo-men Nalder, late of Chnstchurch; aged 60 yp»r<«. Private interment-XELSON.-On October 9. at his late residence. Loogbriff. Milton Street, Heme Bay, William, dearly-beloved husband of Hannah Nelson: aged 69 years. The funeral will leave the above address to :„y (Tuesday), at 2.30 p.m.. for the Purcwa Cemetery. RICHMOND.—On October S, 19*21, at. Haveloclt North. Hawke's Bay, Erama, -widow of the late Henry Richmond. d-sughter oi the late Major Parris. of New Plymouth, and mother of H. P. Richmond, Auckland. TAYIrOR.—On OctobeT 10. 1921, at her late residence, 23, Ariki Street, Grey Lynn. Bertha, widow of Captain Thomas Taylor and dear mother of Bertha W. Taylor. The funeral will leave her late residence for Waikaraka Cemetery at 10 a.m. to-mor-row (Wednesday).
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DEATHS., New Zealand Herald, Volume LVIII, Issue 17909, 11 October 1921
DEATHS. New Zealand Herald, Volume LVIII, Issue 17909, 11 October 1921
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