BAILEY.—On April 14 (suddenly), at AncSi" Hospital, Allan Bjeh MtMjl „M "and teTing''A Iraw Ivv, Lily and Malcolm (overseas); acred 39 vears. Funeral will leave W. H. and Son's Chapel to-day (Thursday), at 2 p-iri for Hillsborough. _ , CARTH Y.—On April Agnsta Mary (Sis), °L Cr^ e Vo r If and loved mother of John and ire o . Ctmrcb ' today ™'T lidrsda>') at J» fqneral leaving at o a.m. for Hamilton East fin Anril Ift. at Hamilton, Cecil Godfrey dearly4oved hnsband of jane .» cSS Street Hall. Hamiiton, . to ' 2.45 p.m., funeral leaving immediately arter for the Hamilton East Cemetery, JENKINS.—On April 15. at PaP a |°®> Sarah Jane, dearly-loved wife of C. H. Jenkins, and loved mother of May, Ted. Ledric, Connie and Cyril (overseas); in her 77th year. Funeral will leave her late residence at J . p.m to-day (Thursday). at LYONP. —On April 15 (suddenly), at Beir.uera, Auckland, Ada Lyons, late of England and Cbristchurcb. whntMrai McKENZIE,—On Apnl 13, at Wnagaw Hospital, Donald, dearly-beloved husband of fnnie McKenzie, late of w^"-" e, ra^nßfl ' aged 81 years. Interred yesterday (V^Pesd'&NllWn<W'ia. «t CopWdel. William Francis," H S.A., .wi the second son of Margaret Elizabeth and the late Angus Henry c M ! 'Ci7 ii IW9 at her RAVENHALL. —On April 14, IjIMA ai ner daughter's residence, 1560 Great Boa , Avondale, Miriam, the dearly-loved wife of the late Walter Ravenhall and loving mother of Charlie and Edie; in her 86th year, Private interment. , . n^_ SIMPSON—On April 14, at tralia, Margaret Amelia SWBSQB, loved mother of 'Alex, late Auckland, SMITH.—On April 15 at the Auckland Hospital, Anne, wife of the late Franklin John Smith, of Thames, and mother of JtoßWfc Lela and Harold: in her 78th year. Fnneral notice later, „ , TYLER.—On April 15, 1942$ his residence, 17 London Street Ponsonby. Ceorse Alfred, dearly-beloved husbana ot Ellen Tyler, and beloved father■ ol MOT Walmsley; aged 63 years. Funeral win the above address at 2 p.m. to-morrow (in j day) for Waikaraka Cemetery. WALSH.—On Apni 14, at Tauranga, John Francis, late of Te Kniti, loved tether of Margaret (Mrs. Percy gimmonds), in his 90th year. Requiem Mass will be- at St. Mary's Church, Tauranga, to-day' (Thu»; day), at & a.m.» funeral then leaving for Taurancra Cemetery. _ . h . WATKINS. —On April 15, 1942, at Ws residence, 08 John Street, Ponsonby, Eccles Catkins,- the loved father of Mrs, Annie Pohlen, Point Chevalier, and Mrs. MOT Holbert, Eden Hall flat: In bifl 86th year A beautiful memory left behtad, Funeral will leave the above address at a j?"x (Thursday) for crematorium, Walknmete, WATKINS.—On April 15. 1913. »t bis residence, fct i John Street, Ponsonby, George Eccles, beloved grandfather of LaunoPohlen, 2Dd N.Z.E.F.; Fred, Papatoetoe; Ivan, Haatings, and Mary. Point Chevalier. Sadly WILSON.—At a private hospital. Auckland. Arabella Hope, dearly-loved sister of John Turner (Hamilton), Walter Frank (Grey Lynn), aunt of Dorothy, ftoel and Mrs, Hames, Trinity College; in her 80tb year. Funeral from Cameron s Mortuary, 2 P.m. today (Thursday).' for crematorium. I*o flowers please
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DEATHS, New Zealand Herald, Volume 79, Issue 24250, 16 April 1942
DEATHS New Zealand Herald, Volume 79, Issue 24250, 16 April 1942
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