BALLIN.—On November 10, at Christchurcli, Ernest Ballln, dentist; aged :'»7 years. BURN.—John Stuart, eldest and only surviving son or Isabel Burn, 281 Hereford Street, Chrlstchurch; in his 33rd year. (Pneumonia following influenza). BRAIN.—On November 10, at Horrclville, Doris, infant daughter of J. and G. Brain; aged 8 mouths. BUTTERFIEI.D.—On November 10, at Chrlstchurch Hospital, of pneumonia, Frederick beloved husband of Mabel Buttorßeld, of 10 Hulbcrt St., Linwood; in his 33rd year, third year. CROOKS—On November 13 (died suddenly of pneumonia), at Wellington, Douglas Harold (Doug.), youngest son ol the late Henry Crooks, Richmond, and dearly loved brother of M. and H. Crooks and G. Coton, Severn Strett, St. Albans; aged 29 years. Deeply regretted. DEADY.—On November 15, at Chrlstchurch Hospital, Edward, dearly loved eldest son of Catherine Dcady, Alexandra, Otago; aged 43 years. Deeply regretted. DELANEY —On November 16, Fred, only son of Sergeant James Delaney, Edinburgh, and beloved brother of Mrs D. Whiteford, 70 Clare Road. (Pneumonia.) GILBERTSON—On November 15, at Philpott's Road, Minnie Maud, the beloved wife of Joseph Gllbertson, and third daughter of Captain and Mrs Mugford, Simeon Street, Sprcydon. HOLMES.—On November 15, at Timaru, William Graham, youngest son of G. G. Holmes, "Knocklynn," Hals-well. Private Interment at Halswe'.l Cemetery, at a.m., to-morrow. HOCKLEY.—On November 16, at 32 Clifton Street, Addington, Mary, the beloved wife of William Hockley; in her seventy-sixth year. Private funeral. No flowers. McNAUGHT.—On November 16, at Amberley, William, eldest beloved son of the late Thos. McNaught; aged 53 years. Private Interment. TULLOCH.—On November 16, 1918, at Chrlstchurch Hospital, James, beloved husband of Caroline Tulloch, of 264 Worcester Street; aged 39 years, WILSON.—On November 14, at 90 Rugby Street, St. Albans, Gwendoline May, twin daughter of Leonard and Mary Wilson, Port Levy; aged 13 years. Private interment. By request no flowers. YOUNG.—On November 13, at Christchurcli Hospital (of pneumonia), J. F. H. Young, late of N.Z. Railways, dear friend of Mr and Mrs W. A. White, 253 Cambridge Terrace; in his twenty-flfth year. Deeply mourned.
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DEATHS., Sun, Volume V, Issue 1486, 16 November 1918
DEATHS. Sun, Volume V, Issue 1486, 16 November 1918
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