BURNS. —On October 16, at a private fcospital. Julia Rosetta, widow of the late Gabriel Burns, Melbourne, beloved mother of /Jlrs. Ella Ross, Auckland, David, Roy and Jithol, Australia, and sister of Mrs. F. S. I'ezaro, Auckland. The funeral leaves the residence of her daughter, 1-1 Kimberley Road, Epsom, at 30.30 a.m. to-day (Tuesday) for Waikumete Crematorium. CARTER. —On October 16, at a rest home Auckland, Eliza, beloved wife of the lite John Carter, of Waihi; aged 78 years. Funeral will leavo W. H. Tongue and Sons' chapel to-day (Tuesday) at 3.30 p.m. for Waikumete. CIVIL. —On October 16, at a private hospital, Arnold Thomas, beloved son of H. H. j,nd F. Civil. Beach Road, Papakura; aged 5!7. Funeral leaves his parents' residence tomorrow (Wednesday) at 1.30 p.m. CLEARY. —On Octobor 14, at Waipnkurau Hospital, M'chacl Cleary, son of the late Thomas and Mary Cleary, Panmurc; aged 64 years.—R.l-.P. The funeral will leave the residence of his sister, Mrs. Douglas, Cleary Rotul, Panmuro, 3 p.m. to-day (Tuesday) for the Catholic Cemetery, Panmure. EDMONDS. —On October 14, at Nine, accidentally killed, Bao Ada, darling only daughter of Shan and Nell Edmonds.—Thy 'rill be done. GREENALL. —At Hopuhopu Military Camp, William, beloved husband of Jano Greenall, Kaukapakapa; age 62 years. (Late Q.M.S., 3rd Batt., Royal Scots). — Edinburgh and Glasgow papers please copy. Funeral leaves Tilton and Opie's chapel, 1150 Great North Road, at 2 p.m., Wednesday, for Waikumeto Cemetery. HOCKIN.—On October 16, at the WaiIcato Hospital, Munro May, dearly-loved lmsband of Martha Killoch Hockin, of the Waikato Hospital; aged 46 years. Private interment. No flowers. ROSSER.—On October 15, 1039, at the residence of her nephew, John Wylie, Ngow?otaha, Sarah, beloved widow of the lato - Ptlillp Rosser, late of Brown Street, Ponsonby, Auckland; aged 88 years. Fnneral will 'leave Watney ''Sibun and 6om' chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, 11.30 Sjn; to-day (Tuesday) for Purewa. ■ TREVETHICK.—On October 16, 1939. at llis residence, 2 St. James* Square, City, Jonathan (M.L.C.), loved husband of Edith Trevethick, and loved father of Mrs. G. Wick- " stead (Wellington)-, Mrs. F. Menzies, Mrs. P. Olsen, Mrs. J. Dickey, and Mr. J. C. Trevethick, of Auckland; aged 75 years. The funeral will leave the above address SI p.m. to-morrow (Wednesday) for Purewa (Cemetery.
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DEATHS, New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVI, Issue 23479, 17 October 1939
DEATHS New Zealand Herald, Volume LXXVI, Issue 23479, 17 October 1939
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