ARMSTRONG.-On Sept. 19, at onrißicnurcn, Joiin Robert, beloved son of E. J. and J A. Armstrong; /fa.toMunejteonth year. Deeply BlU^^On S«P*. 19- at N °L- 2 i Cran S er «m»re, Emma Sate Bishop, third daughter and.last.surviving .child of Argles and Slary Ann <nee Bxenchley), Bishop^ of Maidstone, Kent, England; in Her- eighty-fifth year. C&RfiOLL^-OnV Sept 18, at Christchurch, Elisaajeth Gxa<? J e, wife;of J. Carroll, Esq., of Danneyirke; aged forty-three years. CLARKE.-On Sept. 20, at 140, Worcester Street, Linwood, Mary Ann, daughter of the late' John Dickson, Esq., of Sesßidevan, County Tyrone, Ireland, and beloved wife of S. Oarke, jeweller; m her forty-ninth year. Deeply regretted. HACON.— On Sept. 20, at 71, HereforcTSteeet (suddenly), Walter Edward Hacon, M.R.C.S , England, L.R.C.P. and L.S.A, London; aged forty-seven. m r,. 1 T • -. Houij.— Sept. 20, at Tuam Street, Linwood, David, the beloved husband of Agnes Hood, in his sixty-fifth year; the result of a painful accident.- ■■ ' '
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DEATHS., Star, Issue 6289, 21 September 1898
DEATHS. Star, Issue 6289, 21 September 1898
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