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DOMESTIC NOTICES

WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1918

BIRTHS

SIMPSON. – At the Yorkshire Nursing Home, Durban, on Saturday, 29th June, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Horace S. SIMPSON, Dundee, Natal, a daughter. ei3357

MARRIAGES

SMITH-COOK. – On the 26th June, 1918, at St. Saviour's Cathedral, by the Rev. A.E.G. TOMES, Percy Alfred SMITH, only son of the late Mr. Alfred SMITH and Mrs. L. SMITH, of Merrivale, to Dorothy Vivian COOK, only daughter of the late Howard COOK and Mrs. H.G. RUSSELL, of Mountain Rise, Maritzburg. 3410

DEATHS

FIELDER. – In England, Frank Eric, only and dearly loved son of Nurse FIELDER, and the late Thomas FIELDER. Australian and New Zealand papers please copy. 3407

IN MEMORIAM

STEWARD. – In affectionate and unnecessary memory of George STEWARD, who fell asleep in Jesus July 2nd, 1912. "An affectionate and unselfish father and friend." Inserted by his sorrowing Widow and Family. 2292

THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1918

BIRTHS

SIMPSON. – At the Yorkshire Nursing Home, Durban, on Saturday, 29th June, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Horace S.K. SIMPSON, Dundee, Natal, a daughter. ei3357

MARRIAGES

MELVILLE-GIRVIN. – On June 22nd, 1918, at the Congregational Church, Aliwal Street, Durban, by the Rev. John H. GLOVER, George Lovell MELVILLE, of Pietermaritzburg, to Elizabeth (Lily) GIRVIN, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. GIRVIN, of First Avenue, Durban (late of Whitehaven, England). 3428

DEATHS

STAYNER. – At Keiskama Hoek, on 25th June, "Ivan Horace," infant son of F.J. and P. STAYNER, aged 10 months and 21 days. Deeply mourned. 3421

ROLL OF HONOUR

DEANE. – Killed in action in France, on April 21st, 1918, Charles Frederick DEANE, youngest son of Mrs. J.H. DEANE, of Hilton Road, and brother of Mrs. A.H. DAY. 8519

WELSH. – Killed in France, on April 22nd, Walter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. WELSH, Vryheid.

FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1918

MARRIAGES

HEDGCOCK-PASCOE. – The marriage between Dorothy Gwendoline PASCOE, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.W. PASCOE, of Highlands, Natal, and Arthur Lionel HEDGCOCK, son of the late Mr. W.J. HEDGCOCK, of Durban, was celebrated at St. Andrew's, Hollington Mooi River, on Saturday, 29th June, 1918. No cards. 3444

HOLLINGTON-ALLEN. – On June 19th, 1918, at the Baptist Church, Chapel Street, P.M.Burg, by the Rev. T. CHAPMAN, Ernest Evelyn HOLLINGTON of P.M. Burg, to Florence Ellen (Nellie) ALLEN, eldest daughter of Sub-Inspector and Mrs. J.W. ALLEN, West End Station, Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg.

HOLMES-OGDEN. – At St. Paul's Church, Bury, England, Lance-Corporal Reginald Quinton HOLMES, 2nd S.A.I., 5th son of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. HOLMES, of Howick, was quietly married to Miss Gertrude B.L. OGDEN, eldest daughter of Capt. T.C. OGDEN, 27th R.W.R., and Mrs. OGDEN, of 39, Kensington Terrace, Heywood Street, Bury. 3453

IN MEMORIAM

SMITH. – In fond remembrance of our dear mother, Catherine SMITH (formerly POACHER), who died 5th July, 1911. "Ever in our thoughts." 3437

SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1918

BIRTHS

GOLDSTONE. – On July 5th, at 167, Burger Street, to Mr. and Mrs. R. GOLDSTONE, a daughter. 3483

MARRIAGES

GRANGER-DAVEY. – At St. Patrick's Church, Umzinto, on 3rd July, 1918, by the Rev. J.R. TRUSCOTT, Albert Eduard GRANGER, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. GRANGER, of Durban, to Florence Henrietta (Queenie), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.E. DAVEY Umkomaas. 3465

DEATHS

MOON. – At "The Cardamons," 328, Ridge Road, Durban, the residence of his son, Edmund MOON, aged 76. 3464

NEDEN. – Samuel NEDEN, of Wilgefountein, on 3rd July, aged 82 years. 3481
(Note: Should say 'Wilgefontein').

TULLIDGE. – At Exeter, Devonshire, England, on Easter Sunday, 1918, after a painful operation, Norah Nellie, beloved sister of Sergt. T. TULLIDGE, Estcourt. 3466

IN MEMORIAM

MATTHEWS. – In ever loving memory of our darling husband and daddy, William Henry MATTHEWS, who died 6th July, 1917. Inserted by his Widow and Children.

MONDAY, JULY 8, 1918

BURTON. – At the Sanatorium, Pietermaritzburg, on Friday, July 5th, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. J. BURTON, 200 West Street, Pietermaritzburg, a son. 3498

CAREY. – On July 6th, at Scottsville, Maritzburg, the wife of Arthur C. CAREY, a daughter. 8606

O'NEILL – At the Sanatorium, Estcourt, on Tuesday, 2nd July, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. R.W.H. O'NEILL, Bergville, Natal, a daughter. Both well. New Zealand papers please copy. 8601

DEATHS

BRUNTON-WARNER. – At the residency, Impendhle, Natal, July 1st, 1918, from pneumonia, Eric George BRUNTON, the infant son (6 months and 24 days old) of Mr. and Mrs. George BRUNTON-WARNER. 8583

McINTOSH. – At "Breadalbane," Besters, on 22nd June, Gladys Isobel, wife of C.E. McINTOSH. Aged 27 years. 8596

VAUGHAN. – At Grey's Hospital, on July 4th, 1918, Charles Tate, second son of Joseph VAUGHAN Esq., J.P., Kingstown, Ireland, Aged 46. 8598

IN MEMORIAM

MATTHEWS. – In ever loving memory of our darling Husband and Daddy, William Henry MATTHEWS, who died 6th July, 1917.
Good was his heart, and in friendship sound,
Patient in pain, and loved by all around;
His pains are o'er – his griefs for ever done,
A life of everlasting joy he's now begun.
A loving husband, true and kind,
He proved to be in heart and mind,
A tender parent, too, as well,
When he on earth with us did dwell.
Inserted by his Widow and Children.

ROLL OF HONOUR – In memoriam

POTTERHILL. – Lce.-Corpl. Harold POTTERHILL, aged 26 years and eight months, killed in action 10th July, 1917, at the Dunes Battle, Nieuport. Deeply regretted. 3491

TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1918

O'NEILL. – At the Santorium, Estcourt, on Tuesday, 2nd July, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. R.W.H. O'NEILL, Bergville, Natal, a daughter. Both well. New Zealand papers please copy. 8601

DEATHS

LANDALE. – At 152, Old Dutch Road, Durban, on the 2nd July, 1918, Emily Russell LANDALE, aged 68 years. 3541

ROLL OF HONOUR – In Memoriam

SCOTT. – Private George William Barber SCOTT, aged 28 years, killed in action near Bernafay Wood, France, on July 9th, 1916.
"Greater love hath no man that this,
That a man lay down his life for his friends."
Inserted by his loving Father and Brothers. 3534

WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1918

BIRTHS

ARMITAGE. – On July 2nd, at the Sanatorium, Loop Street, to Mr. and Mrs. A.E. ARMITAGE, Politique, a son. Both doing well. 3544

GAUNT. – At Hill Crest, on July 6th, the wife of C.W. GAUNT, a son. Both well. 3554

O'NEILL. – At the Sanatorium, Estcourt, on Tuesday, 2nd July, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. R.W.H. O'NEILL, Bergville, Natal, a daughter. Both well. New Zealand papers please copy. 8601

MARRIAGES

GRAFTON-GRIX. – By special licence, 3rd July, at Pietermaritzburg, Vivian Charles GRAFTON, second son of the late Mr. F. GRAFTON and Mrs. J. SCOTT, to Laura GRIX, fourth daughter of the late Alfred GRIX and Mrs. J.W.W. EDWARDS. No cards. 3551

LINFORTH-MOLYNEUX. – By special licence, at St. George's Church, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, on 5th July, 1918, by the Rev. G.F. LOVIBOND, Dorothy, daughter of Joseph LINFORTH, of Margate, England, to Cecil Frank MOLYNEUX, Captain, Northern Rhodesian Rifles, Assistant Magistrate and Native Commissioner, Northern Rhodesia, son of the late William MOLYNEUX, of Barton-on-Trent. 3553

DEATHS

BENNETT. – At Dongaleigh, Malta Siding, on 5th July, Minnie, beloved wife of T.R. BENNETT. ei3547

WATSON. – Died of pneumonia, at Germiston, on July 9th, 1918, Harriet Williams WATSON, widow of the late Joseph WATSON, of Pietermaritzburg. Aged 58 years. ei3572

IN MEMORIAM

KING. – In loving memory of Frederick Owen KING, of Kingsley, Swaziland, who passed away July 10th, 1917. 3545

ROLL OF HONOUR – In Memoriam

POTTERHILL. – Lce.-Corpl. Harold POTTERHILL, aged 26 years and eight months, killed in action 10th July, 1917, at the Dunes Battle, Nieuport. Deeply regretted. 3491

THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1918

BIRTHS

HULLEY. – At the residence of Mr. H.C. GARRETT, Matatiele, on the 22nd June, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. H.W. HULLEY, Epsom, Natal, a son. 3590

PITMAN. – At Grey's Hospital, on July 7th, to Mr. and Mrs. C.A. PITMAN, of Mid-Illovo Central, a daughter. Both well. 3578

MARRIAGES

GRANT-HARDAKER. – At the Wesleyan Chapel, Volksrust, on the 2nd of July, Noel Edward, second son of Mr. and Mrs. E.J. GRANT, Pietermaritzburg and Eshowe, to Louise Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. HARDAKER, Volksrust. 3595

KING-ASHTON. – At the Congregational Church, Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg, on June 26th, 1918, by the Rev. Mearns MASSIE, Charles David, only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. KING, of Lusikisiki, to Nora Blyth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.B. ASHTON, of Pietermaritzburg. 3589

DEATHS

BENNETT. – At Dongaleigh, Malta Siding, on 5th July, Minnie, beloved wife of T.R. BENNETT. ei3547

WATSON. – Died on pneumonia, at Germiston, on July 9th, 1918, Garret Williams WATSON, widow of the late Joseph WATSON, of Pietermaritzburg. Aged 58 years. ei3572

FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1918

SILVER WEDDING

MELVILLE-JONES. – At the Dutch Reformed Church, Vryheid, by the Rev. MARAIS, on the 12th July, 1893, George L.H. MELVILLE, Maritzburg, to Elizabeth C.J.D. JONES, of Vryheid. 3616

SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1918

MARRIAGES

CLIFF-HARRISON. – At Victoria Road, Wesleyan Church, P.M.Burg, on Wednesday, 10th inst., Percy Ridwell, eldest son of the Rev. W. and Mrs. CLIFF, of P.M.Burg, to Dorothy Kathleen, second daughter of Mr. E. HARRISON, Government Surveyor, and Mrs. HARRISON, of Rotherfield, 230, Victoria Road, P.M.Burg. 3638

DEATHS

MARTIN. – At 390, Prince Alfred Street, on July 10th, Hazel, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. MARTIN, aged 5 years. 3636

ROBERTS. – At 224, Murchiston Street, Ladysmith, on July 7th, 1918, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of John ROBERTS, aged 62 years. "Thy will be done." 3618

MONDAY, JULY 15, 1918

BIRTHS

WHITTAKER. – At Dundee, Natal, on Monday, 8th July, to Mr. and Mrs. S. WHITTAKER (nee Irene BROKENSHA), a daughter. 3646

DEATHS

MARTIN. – At 390, Prince Alfred Street, on July 10th, Hazel, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. MARTIN, aged 5 years. 3636

TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1918

BIRTHS

McCALMAN. – On Sunday, July 14th, at Coronation Road, Scottsville, Maritzburg, the wife of P.C. McCALMAN, of a daughter. ei3678

DEATHS

ERSKINE. – At Queenstown, Cape Province, on the 11th instant, Stuart Townsend ERSKINE, aged 75. ei8738

IN MEMORIAM

COX. – In loving memory of Sarah Hannah (Nana), beloved wife of Alf COX, who died at Maritzburg, July 16th, 1914. "To Memory Dear." 3675

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

GREGORY. – In loving memory of Pte. E.W. GREGORY, 1st S.A.I., who was killed in action on July 16th, 1916. Inserted by his sorrowing Mother, Brothers, and Sisters. "Gone, but not forgotten." 8735

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1918

BIRTHS

BACON. – At the Sanatorium, Loop Street, on 15th July, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. BACON, Maritzburg, a daughter. Both well. 3691

HUTCHINSON. – At the Sanatorium, Pietermaritzburg, on Monday, 15th July, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. H.W. HUTCHINSON, 342, Prince Alfred Street, Pietermaritzburg, a son. 3708

McCALMAN. – On Sunday, July 14th, at Coronation Road, Scottsville, Maritzburg, the wife of P.C. McCALMAN, of a daughter. ei3678

DEATHS

ERSKINE. – At Queenstown, Cape Province, on the 11th instant, Stuart Townsend ERSKINE, aged 75. ei8738

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

COHEN. – In loving memory of Pte. A.E. COHEN, 1st S.A.I., who fell in Delville Wood, July 17th, 1916. Inserted by his Sister. "Lest we forget." 3692

THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1918

BIRTHS

WHITEHEAD. – At Nurse McKAY's, Murchiston Street, Ladysmith, on 11th July, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. H. WHITEHEAD, a son. 8745

DEATHS

BLAKER. – At "South Downs," Estcourt, on 3rd July, Herbert BLAKER, J.P., aged 74 years and 8 months. ei8767

BLAKER. – At "South Downs," Estcourt, on 7th July, Ellen Prest BLAKER (nee CAUTHERLEY), widow of Herbert BLAKER, aged 71 years. ei8768

ERSKINE. – At Queenstown, Cape Province, on the 11th instant, Stuart Townsend ERSKINE, aged 75. ei8738

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

CAMPBELL. – In memory of my beloved son, Herbert CAMPBELL, killed in action at Delville Wood, July 18th, 1916. Sleep on dear Boy. "Until the day breaks." Inserted by his Mother. 3724

CHEEK. – In ever loving memory of our dear son, George William, aged 19, who was killed in action in Delville Wood, on the 18th of July, 1916.
We often speak of you dear son,
And think of how you died,
Dear one our loss can never be told,
We miss you more and more as days grow old.
Sleep on dear son, thy labour is o'er,
Thy loving hands will toil no more,
A loving son and brother, did his duty,
And nobly fought and died.
Inserted by his sorrowing Mother and Father, Brother and Sisters. 3731

PRO PATRIA MORI

COUZENS. – To the cherished memory of our brother, "Alf COUZENS," son of the late Alfred COUZENS, of "Chelmsford, Essex, England," and Mrs. DAVIDSON, of 198, Victoria Road, Pietermaritzburg, who fell in "Delville Wood," France, 18th July, 1916.
"They buried him where they found him,
But he does not sleep alone,
Brave comrades rest all round him,
Though his grave is wrote 'Unknown'."
Dear Land of my Ancestors, for thee.

HORSLEY. – In fond remembrance of Walter Basil HORSLEY, who fell at Delville Wood, on the 18th Juy, 1916. (Note: should say 'July'). Inserted by his loving Sisters.
You are not forgotten, brother, dear,
Nor ever shall you be,
As long as life and memory last
We shall remember thee. 3736

MORTON. – In loving memory of Alec, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W.S. MORTON, Scottsville, killed in Delville Wood, on 18th July, 1916. 8763

PUSEY. – In loving memory of our dear friend, Guy Clifford PUSEY, who was killed in Delville Wood on the 18th of July, 1916. Inserted by Mrs. G.H. PARKER, Lyell Street, Ladysmith. 3689

PUSEY. – In loving memory of our dear brother, Guy Clifford PUSSEY, 2nd S.A.I., who was killed in Delville Wood, July 18th, 1916. "Beloved in Life, Beloved in Death." Inserted by his sisters Alma and Jean, brothers Will and Vere. 3729

PUSEY. – In loving memory of my dear boy, Guy Clifford PUSEY, of the 2nd South African Infantry, who was killed in Delville Wood, July 18th. 1916

Sleep on dear Guy in that unknown grave,
A grave o'ershadowed by the flag you served,
Your life for your Friend you nobly gave,
And now comrades in arms you sleep, disturbed by none.
Nobly the path of death you trod,
Now higher service have you found,
Your soul is in the hands of God,
The peace of Christ has wrapped you round.

Inserted by his sorrowing Mother, Mrs. M.A. TIRRELL, and Fred. 3725

THEOBALD. – In loving memory Pte. Wilfred THEOBOLD (Theo), 2nd S.A.I., who fell in action, Delville Wood, July 18th, 1916. Inserted by his sorrowing Mother and Sisters. 3718

FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918

BIRTHS

ANDERTON. – On the 15th July, at the Dundee Government Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. ANDERTON, a son. 8791

MARRIAGES

ELLIOTT-CONWAY. – On July 5th, by Special Licence, Thomas Andrew ELLIOTT, of Pietermaritzburg, to Patricia Marie Leon CONWAY, of Camperdown. 3773

DEATHS

BLAKER. – At "South Downs," Estcourt, on 3rd July, Herbert BLAKER, J.P., aged 74 years and 8 months. ei8767

BLAKER. – At "South Downs," Estcourt, on 7th July, Ellen Prest BLAKER (nee CAUTHERLEY), widow of Herbert BLAKER, aged 71 years. ei8768

DUNLOP. – At 280, Prince Alfred Street, Maritzburg, on Thursday, the 18th July, 1918, Perry Harwin, dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert DUNLOP, aged 13 months. 8807

KEY. – On the 15th inst., at Wessel's Nek, from pneumonia, Edwin Rogers KEY, aged 54 years. 3771

ROLL OF HONOUR - IN MEMORIAM

CORLETT. – In loving memory of our dear brother, John, killed in action, Delville Wood, July 19th, 1916.
He played the man in the battle front,
This boy with a hero's soul,
And he lies in a soldier's grave to-day,
Till the last trumps echoes roll.
Inserted by Jess and Fred, Mona and George. 3754

HILL. – In fond memory of our dear son, and brother, Walter James, killed in action, Delville Wood, July 18th, 1916.
Rest, dear one, awhile,
Till Christ shall bid thee rise,
And soon, as from refreshing sleep,
Thou'll wake with glad surprise. 8806

CORLETT. – In loving memory of my dear son, John James Linkin CORLETT, killed in action in France (Delville Wood), July 19th, 1916, aged 20 years. Sleep on my loved one. Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away. Inserted by his sorrowing mother, L. CORLETT. 3772

SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918

BIRTHS

BECK. – At Howick, on July 14th, to Mr. and Mrs. J.A. BECK, a son. (Dr. A.D. EDINGTON and Nurse BATES in attendance.) 3779

MARRIAGES

CHIAZZARI-SLATTER. – At St. Peter's Church, Eaton Square, London, on the 22nd June, 1918, Elsie Honoria, only daughter of the late Alfred I. SLATTER, and Mrs. G. NAPIER, of 22, Cedars Road, Clapham, London, to Henry William CHIAZZARI, of Illovo Nek, Richmond, and Durban. ei8813

MONDAY, JULY 22, 1918

BIRTHS

SWAN. – On the 12th July, at the Cottage Hospital, Newcastle, to Mr. and Mrs. A.L. SWAN, of Utrecht, a son. Both well. 3815

MARRIAGES

CHIAZZARI-SLATTER. – At St. Peter's Church, Eaton Square, London, on the 22nd June, 1918, Elsie Honoria, only daughter of the late Alfred I. SLATTER, and Mrs. G. NAPIER, of 22, Cedara Road, Clapham, London, to Henry William CHIAZZARI, of Illovo Nek, Richmond, and Durban. ei8813

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

WALSH. – In ever loving memory of Thomas, third beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. T.A. WALSH, of Umtwalumi, who died of wounds in Narungombe, East Africa, July 21, 1917.
Aged 27 ½ years.
One year has passed since that sad day,
When one we loved was called away;
God took him Home, it was His will,
Forget him, no, we never will.

TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1918

BIRTHS

O'CONNOR. – At the Sanatorium, on July 20th, to Mr. and Mrs. L.A. O'CONNOR, a daughter. 3824

MARRIAGES

BUNN-NORMAN. – On July 17th, at S. Peter's, Maritzburg, by the Rev. BIBBY, James Roadley BUNN, of Broadmoor, Sandymount, to Dorothy Josephine NORMAN, of Chesfield, Kent. 3819

(Note: Should read "St. Peter's)

CHIAZZARI-SLATTER. – At St. Peter's Church, Eaton Square, London, on the 22nd June, 1918, Elsie Honoria, only daughter of the late Alfred I. SLATTER, and Mrs. G. NAPIER, of 22, Cedars Road, Clapham, London, to Henry William CHIAZZARI, of Illovo Nek, Richmond, and Durban. ei8813

DORE-NASH. – At St. Patrick's Church, Pietermaritzburg, on July 17th, 1918, by Rev. H.S. CHIGNELL, Fred Owen, third son of Mr. J.A. and Mrs. DORE, of Tongaat, to Madolin Ada, third daughter of the late Mr. W.L. and Mrs. NASH, of Armstrong Road, Town Hill, Pietermaritzburg. 8843

WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1918

BIRTHS

CLENDENNEN. – At the Sanatorium, Maritzburg, on July 20th, to Mr. and Mrs. A.L. CLENDENNED (nee B. SCOTT, Lidgetton), Umlaas Road, a daughter. Both well. 3860

JOHNSON. – At "The Home," Ixopo, on 19th July, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Austin JOHNSON, late of Vryheid, a daughter. Both well. 3842

DEATHS

FOSTER. – At Grey's Hospital, on 23rd July, 1918, Algernon Edward Es-W.B. FOSTER, of 17, Greyling Street, P.M. Burg. 3844

LAUGHTON. – At Westminster, Orange Free State, on 19th inst., John, eldest and beloved son of F.A. and M. LAUGHTON, of Durban. 8870

SADLER. – At the Sanatorium, Ladysmith on the 12th of July, Emma, beloved wife of A. SADLER, in her 49th year.
The ways of God are past control,
They answer to no human call;
And when he called our dear one home,
It was for us the end of all.
Inserted by her Husband and Children. 8874

IN MEMORIAM

BORAIN. – In ever loving memory of our dear Mother, who died on July 24, 1914. Inserted by her Children. 3837

SYMONS. – To the memory of a faithful friend, Fred SYMONS, who passed over suddenly July 24th, 1917.
"He has outsoared the show of our night.
Sleep, and if life was bitter to thee,
Pardon, if sweet give thanks." 3859

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

HEARN. – Captain R.J.R. HEARN, Adjt., 2nd S.A. Rifles, killed at Malanyati, G.E.A.,, 24th July, 1916. To live in the hearts of those we love, Is not to die. Inserted by Ruby and Charlie. 8875

HEARN. – In loving memory of Captain R.J.R. HEARN, who was killed in action at Malangali, East Africa, on July 24th, 1916. 3837

THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1918

DEATHS

FOSTER. – At Grey's Hospital, on 23rd July, 1918, Algernon Edward Esmond, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W.B. FOSTER, of 17, Greyling Street, P.M.Burg. 3844

(Note: Should read 'Edmond'? and not Esmond)

LAUGHTON. – At Westminster, Orange Free State, on 19th inst., John, eldest and beloved son of F.A. and M. LAUGHTON, of Durban. 8870

VARTY. – On the 24th July, at the Sanatorium, Joan, the dearly beloved daughter of H.A.B. and N. VARTY, of Bulwer. Sadly missed. ei3879

IN MEMORIAM

BORAIN. – In ever loving memory of my dear Wife and Mother, who died on July 24th, 1914. Inserted by her loving Husband Val, Mabel and Children.

MOLLOY. – In ever loving memory of our dear Husband and Father, Thomas MOLLOY, who passed away on the 25th July, 1913. Inserted by his Wife and Daughter. 3874

FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1918

MARRIAGES

BROOKE-CARTER. – On July 17th, 1918, at Snowden, Inzinga, by the Rev. F. DOWLING, Richard Henry BROOKE, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. BROOKE, Impendhle, to Bertha Mary CARTER, eldest daughter of the late Thomas CARTER, and Mrs. CARTER, of Snowdon. 3881

DEATHS

VARTY. – On the 24th July, at the Sanatorium, Joan, the dearly beloved daughter of H.A.B. and N. VARTY, of Bulwer. Sadly missed. ei3879

IN MEMORIAM

CROUCH. – In loving memory of my dear Husband and Father, Samuel CROUCH, who was killed July 26th, 1914.
A bitter grief, a shock severe,
To part with one we loved so dear.
Inserted by his Wife and Daughters. 3884

LYON. – In loving memory of my dear Wife and Child (Con and Gertie), who left Duran on S.S. "Waratah" July 26, 1909. 8911

SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1918

MARRIAGES

JOYNER-WESTBROOK. – By Special License, at St. Peter's Cathedral, on Thursday, 25th July, Edward Joyner, son of Mr. J.J. JOYNER, Barnston, Cheshire, England, to Elizabeth Jane WESTBROOK (Lily), daughter of Mrs. J. WESTBROOK, Dalton, Natal. 3904

DEATHS

LAUGHTON. – At Westminster, Orange Free State, on 19th inst., John, eldest and beloved son of F.A. and M. LAUGHTON, of Durban. 8870

IN MEMORIAM

BRESLER. – In loving memory of my dear wife, Nellie BRESLER, who was accidentally killed at Drummond, Natal, on 27th July, 1914. Inserted by her loving husband. "Gone, but not forgotten." 9836

BRESLER. – In loving memory of my dear sister, Nellie BRESLER, killed in a motor accident at Drummond, on the 27th July, 1914.
You are not forgotten, sister, dear,
Nor ever shall you be,
As long as life and memory last,
I shall remember thee. 3907

FOXON. – In loving memory of our dear sister, Ernesta Agusta FOXON (born COLENBRANDER), who died in Durban, 27th July, 1917. In our hearts she liveth still. 8939

HEVVELS. – In ever loving and unfailing memory of our dear brother, Henry HEVVELS, who died at Ballengeich, July 27th, 1916.
When alone in our sorrow, and bitter tears flow,
There stealest sweet memories of a short time ago,
And unknown to the world, they stand by our side,
And whisper these words, Death cannot divide.
Dearly remembered by his loving Sister and Brother, G. and L. TURNBULL, St. George's. 3839

WALKER. – In ever loving memory of William Henry WALKER, who died on July 27, 1914. 3906

ROLL OF HONOUR

HUNTER. – By the sinking of H.M.T. –, on the 21st of February, Chief Officer Michael George HUNTER, dearly beloved brother of Mrs. J.W. SMITH, Weenen. ei3915

SMITH. – Killed in action, on the 21st March, John William SMITH, Lieut., Gordon Highlanders, dearly beloved brother of J.A. SMITH, and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. SMITH, of Estcourt and Weenen. ei3916

MONDAY, JULY 29, 1918

BIRTHS

COHEN. – On July 24th, at Melmoth, Zululand, to Mr. and Mrs. J. COHEN, a daughter. (Doctors PETRIE and TITLESTAD and Nurse GRISSAER in attendance.) 3930

RYCROFT. – At the Sanatorium, on July 26th, to Mr. and Mrs. F.C. RYCROFT, of Tweedie, a son; both well. 3931

IN MEMORIAM

CLARKE. – In ever loving memory of dear Harry, who died at "Coninsby," Dannhauser, result of an accident, July 29th, 1913. "To Memory Ever Dear."

ROLL OF HONOUR

DICKETTS. – Died of wounds on 21st July, 1918, received in France, Lieut. George Humphrey DICKETTS, R.F.A., beloved and only son of Constance STEPHENS, age 24 years 11 months. 3947

HUNTER. – By the sinking of H.M.T. –, on the 21st of February, Chief Officer Michael George HUNTER, dearly beloved brother of Mrs. J.W. SMITH, Weenen. ei3915

SMITH. - Killed in action, on the 21st March, John William SMITH, Lieut., Gordon Highlanders, dearly beloved brother of J.A. SMITH, and nephew of Mr. and Mrs. SMITH, of Estcourt and Weenen. ei3916

TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1918

BIRTHS

BOYLEY. – On the 28th, at 73, Tatham Road, Prestbury, to Mr. and Mrs. C. BOYLEY, a son. Both well. 3972

MARRIAGES

GAUNT-ARMSTRONG. – At St. Peter's, on the 13th July, 1918, by the Rev. Hugh CHIGNELL, George Thomas GAUNT, to Lily Constance ARMSTRONG. Both of Pietermaritzburg. 3967

SMITH-CURRIE. – On the 6th July, Waldermar Enfield SMITH to Gladys Muriel CURRIE. By Special Licence. 3977

IN MEMORIAM

BOWES. – In ever loving memory of our darling Mother, who passed away July 30th, 1917.
"Good was her heart, and in friendship sound,
Patient in pain, and loved by all around.
Her pains are o'er-her griefs for ever done,
A life of everlasting joy, she's now begun."
Inserted by her loving daughters, May, Lorlie and Hetty. 3976

WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1918

DEATHS

SPENCER. – At the Sanatorium, Maritzburg, on 29th July, 1918, Clifford, youngest son of James and Emma SPENCER, aged 13 years and 10 months.
A light is from our household,
A voice we loved is stilled,
A place is vacant in our home
Which never can be filled. 4002

THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1918

MARRIAGES

HAY-TAYLOR. – At Eagle Cliff, Underberg, on 30th of July, by Rev. W.R. MOODIE, Cecil Ronald, the second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. HAY, of Pietermaritzburg, to Winnifred Olive, the youngest daughter of V.W. Taylor, Underberg.  4625

DEATHS

WILLIAMSON. – At Johannesburg, on 29th July, Joan Lornie, the beloved wife of A.S. WILLIAMSON.  9022

ROLL OF HONOUR

TRAFFORD – Captain Geoffrey T. TRAFFORD, 1st Life Guards, fourth and youngest son of the late W.T. TRAFFORD, of “Kilmore,” Mooi River, killed in action in France, on the 23rd inst., aged 23 years.  4027

FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918

IN MEMORIAM

ADDICOTT. – In loving memory of my dear Husband, Thos. Cann ADDICOTT, who departed this life 2nd of August, 1914.
His life was all unselfishness,
His end was perfect peace.
Inserted by his loving Wife and Children.  4019

SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918

BIRTHS

CLARKE. – At the Sanatorium, on 27th July, to Mr. and Mrs. C.H. CLARKE, Donnybrook, a son.  Both well.  4064

IN MEMORIAM

CAHILL. – In loving memory of Charles Vincent (Vinkie) CAHILL, who passed away at Vryheid, 1st August, 1911, in his eighteenth year. “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.”  4059

HODNETT. – In loving memory of my darling little Gladys (Mickey), who died suddenly at Darnall, on August 2nd, 1917, eldest daughter of the late Private Percy HODNETT, S.A.I., and Mrs. Leda HODNETT. Inserted by Mammy and little Essie. “Suffer little children to come unto Me.”  4068

MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1918

BIRTHS

ARBUTHNOT. – At the Innesfallen Nursing Home, Durban, on July 27th, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugo ARBUTHNOT, of Harding, a son.  Both well.  4087

BEATER. – At Vryheid, on the 30th July, to Mr. and Mrs. E.R. BEATER, a son.  Both doing well.

RIMER. – At the Sanatorium, Estcourt, on July 23rd, to Mr. and Mrs. G.C. RIMER, of Weenen, a daughter.  Both well.  4094

WARREN. – At the Berea Nursing Home, Durban, on August 2nd, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. WARREN, of “Greystock,” Umhlali, a daughter.  Both doing well.  4095

MARRIAGES

PERFECT-BLACKBURROW. – On August 1st, 1918, at St. Saviour’s Cathedral, Maritzburg, by the Ven. Archdeacon PENNINGTON, John George, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. PERFECT, Moira, Dalton, to Kathleen, only child of Mr. and Mrs. J. BLACKBURROW, Broadleane, Maritzburg,  4079

ROLL OF HONOUR

STONELL. – Died of wounds whilst prisoner of war in Germany on April 1, 1918, Vintor Arthur STONELL, aged 28 years, only son of the late Arthur James STONELL, of Johannesburg, and only brother of Mrs. W.S. FIELD, Station Master’s House, Rosetta.  4084

TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1918

IN MEMORIAM

WATTS. – In loving memory of my darling husband, who passed away the 6th August, 1917.
A lonely year since that sad day,
When all I loved was called away,
His cheery smile and loving care
Brightened life’s pathway everywhere.
‘Tis sweet to think of thee, dear Harry,
Of life, when our hearts knew no pain,
Oh, this earth would be a heaven
If we could have you back again.
Inserted by his loving Wife and two Children.  9094

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1918

BIRTHS

IRELAND. – At the Arcadia Nursing Home, on August 1st, to Mr. and Mrs. Horace W. IRELAND, of 381, Walker Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria, a son.  4108

MORLING. – On August 2nd, at 30, Leighton Street, P.M.Burg, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. MORLING, a daughter.  4106

ROBERTSON. – At the Havelock Road Nursing Home, on 27th July 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.B. ROBERTSON, a son.  9108

SILVER WEDDING

MACKINLAY-KENT. – At the Manse, Pietermaritzburg, on 7th August, 1893, by the Rev. J. Gould SMITH, J.B. MACKINLAY, cashier, Natal Bank Limited, to Edith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.C. KENT.  9101

DEATHS

DUFF. – On the 1st August, 1918, Andrew Allan DUFF, of 635, Stamford Hill Road, Durban, fourth son of the late James DUFF, of Bruntyards, Banff, and Mrs. DUFF, Blinkhoolie, Kinross Scotland, aged 44, husband of Eleanor Ross DUFF (nee WATSON).  9110

THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1918

HAVEMANN. – On the 3rd August, at Nurse SCHURING’s Home, 76, Douglas Street, Dundee, to Mr. and Mrs. C.T.B. HAVEMANN, a son.  Both well.  4129

JOYCE. – At the Sanatorium, on the 3rd August, to Mr. and Mrs. B.W. JOYCE, a son.  ei4144

DEATHS

PLANT. – On July 20th, at Hampson Grove, Durban, Henry George PLANT, of Wansbeck, Melmoth, after a long and painful illness, bravely borne.  4122

ROLL OF HONOUR

FULLER. – 15440 Pte. Albert Edward FULLER, who died on active service 7th August, 1917, at Connaught Hospital, Aldershot, aged 22 years 4 months.
A lonely year has passed away
Since my great sorrow fell,
Yet in my heart, I mourn the loss
Of him I loved so well.
I often sit and think of you, dear Bert,
And think of how you died,
My loss can never be told,
I miss you more, as days grow old.
Oh! those who have a son,
Do love him while you may,
For home is quite another place
When a son is taken away.
I think of you in silence,
I often call your name,
Though there’s nothing left to answer
But your dear face on the wall.
Peace, Perfect Peace.
Inserted by his loving Mother.  4149

FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918

BIRTHS

CATCHPOLE. – On August 6th, at the Sanatorium, P.M.Burg, to Mr. and Mrs. T.P. CATCHPOLE, of Howick, a daughter.  4152

JOYCE. – At the Sanatorium, on the 3rd August, to Mr. and Mrs. B.W. JOYCE, a son.  ei4144

DEATHS

HOSKING. – At the Arbath, Richmond, at the residence of her son-in-law, Dr. CARTE, on August 5th, Elizabeth HOSKING, widow of the late R.W. HOSKING, of The Oaks, Byrne, in her 74th year. She came to Natal in 1850 on the ill-fated ship “Minerva.”  ei9150

PLANT. – On July 20th, at Hampson Grove, Durban, Henry George PLANT, of Wansbeck, Melmoth, after a long and painful illness, bravely borne.  4122

IN MEMORIAM

HORNBY. – In loving memory of my dear son, George Edmund HORNBY (Dick), who died at Sinoia, Lomagundi, Rhodesia, August 9th, 1909.  Mother.  4172

SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918

DEATHS

HOSKING. - At the Arbath, Richmond, at the residence of her son-in-law, Dr. CARTE, on August 5th, Elizabeth HOSKING, widow of the late R.W. HOSKING, of The Oaks, Byrne, in her 74th year. She came to Natal in 1850 on the ill-fated ship “Minerva.”  ei9150

LAMBERT. – At Grey’s Hospital, on 6th August, Hedley, dearly beloved husband of Mrs. H. LAMBERT, Longmarket Street, Maritzburg.  Aged 47.  4195

IN MEMORIAM

WEST. – In Loving Memory of my dearly loved Husband, “Steve,” late Sergeant in Borough Police, who passed beyond the veil, of injuries received on duty, August 10. 1914.
You are not dead, in visions bright I see
My loved one dear, who come to Comfort me.  41827

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

RHODES.- In loving memory of my darling and much-loved and only child, Sidney Richard RHODES (Dick), who was killed in action in German East on 10th August, 1916.
“And our Heavenly Father will gather his children in one by one as he knoweth them all.”
“And at dawn of a bright and beautiful day
The Angels bore my only child away
To dwell with our Heavenly Father.”
“Thy will be done.”
Inserted by his sorrowing Mother.

MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1918

BIRTHS

BOYD. – At the Sanatorium, Maritzburg, on the 6th August, to Mr. and Mrs. P.N. BOYD, a son.  Both well.  4220

ROBINSON. – On August 5th, to Mr. and Mrs. S.G. ROBINSON, Vryheid East, a daughter.  Both doing well.  4227

MARRIAGES

BRAITHWAITE-HOOPER. – At “Thornvale,” Seven Oaks, on August 1st, by the Rev. E.W. COOMBE, Tom Bernard Jonathan, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom BRAITHWAITE, of “Hartebeestfontein,” Seven Oaks, to Lilian Maud, eldest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. C.G. HOOPER, of “Thornvale,”  9192

IN MEMORIAM

CONRADIE. – In loving memory of my dearly beloved husband, Dirk P. CONRADIE, who died suddenly at Harrismith, O.F.S., on the 11th August, 1916.
Two years have passed, the wound still bleeds,
For my grief was sore, my loss severe,
To part with him I loved so dear.
As time rolls on I miss him more,
But it was God’s Will it should be so,
At His Command we all must go;
I loved him well, but God loves him best.
Inserted by his sorrowing wife, Mrs. CONRADIE, “Montreal,” P.O. Jackal Spruit.  4225

ROLL OF HONOUR

BUCHANAN. – Killed in action in France on July 12th, 1918, Private Alexander BUCHANAN, of the 2nd Regiment, S.A.I., son of Mr. and Mrs. James BUCHANAN, of Howick.  9194

TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1918

DEATHS

STEWART. – At Glascow, on 23rd June, Daniel STEWARD, parcel agent, Glasgow Central, aged 66 years.  4261

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1918

MARRIAGES

FRASER-MACE. – On July 24th, in London, by the Bishop of London, Capt. W.J. FRASER, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.P. FRASER, of Johannesburg, and grandson of J.P. COOKE, Esq., Estcourt, to Irene MACE, daughter of Mr. George MACE, of Chipping, Norton.  4271

IN MEMORIAM

LEVY. – In loving and unfading memory of our darling Phyllis, who died August 14th, 1913.  4281

THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1918

BIRTHS

MEARS. – On Thursday, 8th August, at 102, Bree Street, Johannesburg, the wife of F.E. MEARS (nee L. WOOLF), a fine daughter.  Both well.  Thanks to Dr. DEE, Nurse McGILL, and Mrs. WOOLF.  9231

PECK. – At the Sanatorium, on the 14th August, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence PECK, of “Linstead,” Roberts Road, a son.  4294

FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1918

IN MEMORIAM

GODDEN. – In ever loving memory of our dear Mother and Grandma, Sarah Jane GODDEN, who passed away at Ladysmith, August 16th, 1897. Always remembered with love.  9274

SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1918

BIRTHS

CRAW. – At the Sanatorium, Ladysmith, on the 10th August, 1918, the wife of A.P. CRAW, of a daughter.  4368

REID. – At 117, Victoria Street, Dundee, on the 1st August, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. A.L. REID, a daughter.  4366

SPARKS. – On 11th August, at Mount Ngwibi, to Mr. and Mrs. D.E. SPARKS, of “Granton,” Matiwane, a daughter.  4362

WILLIAMSON. – On the 15th August, at Nurse SCHURING’s Home, 76, Douglas Street, Dundee, to Mr. and Mrs. J. WILLIAMSON, of Blood River, a son.  4367

ROLL OF HONOUR

ANDERSON. – Reported from Germany, via Geneva, to have been shot down at 15,000 feet, during long-distance air raid, and to have died on or after May 31st, 1918, Lieutenant John Laurence King ANDERSON, Royal Air Force, only son of the late John ANDERSON, of Cramilt, East Griqualand, aged 23 years.  ei4379

MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 1918

BIRTHS

REID. – At 117, Victoria Street, Dundee, on the 1st August, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. A.L. REID, a daughter.  4366

MARRIAGES

VARTY-BROWNING. – On August 8th, in St. James’ Church, Greytown, by Archdeacon PENNINGTON, James Arthur, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. VARTY, Verulam, to Gladys, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. BROWNING, “The Rest,” Greytown.  4395

ROLL OF HONOUR

ANDERSON. – Reported from Germany, via Geneva, to have been shot down at 15,000 feet, during long-distance air raid, and to have died on or after May 31st, 1918, Lieutenant John Laurence King ANDERSON, Royal Air Force, only son of the late John ANDERSON, of Cramilt, East Griqualand, aged 23 years.  ei4379

MOOLMAN. – On July 22nd, 1918, died of wounds in France, Private John B. MOOLMAN, son of E. HUNT, Dundee.  Thanking all the many friends for all their sympathy in our sad loss. R.I.P.
Oh we miss him and how sadly
Bleeding hearts alone can tell,
Earth has lost him, Heaven has found him,
Jesus has done all things well.
All is dark within our dwelling,
Lonely is our home to-day,
For the one who smiled to cheer us
Has for ever passed away.
But not forgotten.  9311
 
IN MEMORIAM

GLUTZ. – In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, Henry GLUTZ, who passed away at Lincoln Farm on August 19th, 1917.
One year has passed since that sad day,
When one we loved was called away,
God took him Home, it was His will,
Forget him, no, we never will.
Inserted by his loving Wife and Children.  4143

TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1918

BIRTHS

WRIGHT. – At 78, West Street, Maritzburg, on the 16th August, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. J.S. WRIGHT, a daughter.  Both well.  4418

ROLL OF HONOUR

ANDERSON. – Reported from Germany, via Geneva, to have been shot down at 15,000 feet, during long-distance air raid, and to have died on or after May 31st, 1918, Lieutenant John Laurence King ANDERSON, Royal Air Force, only son of the late John ANDERSON, of Cramilt, East Griqualand, aged 23 years.  ei4379

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1918

BIRTHS

GORDON. – At the Sanatorium, on 17th August, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. A.O. GORDON, a son.  4432

DEATH

THRING. – At Bergville, on August 17th, 1918, very suddenly, Minnie Grace THRING (nee KNOTT), the beloved wife of P.E. THRING.  ei4450

THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1918

BIRTHS

HELMER. – At Nurse SCHURING’s, 75, Douglas Street, Dundee, on the 15th August, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. W.A. HELMER, a son.  Both well.  4469

DEATH

THRING. - At Bergville, on August 17th, 1918, very suddenly, Minnie Grace THRING (nee KNOTT), the beloved wife of P.E. THRING.  ei4450

ROLL OF HONOUR

BALL. – Killed in action in France, on July 19th, 1918, Private Sidney S. BALL, S.A.I. Contingent, aged 21 years, son of the late Stephen BALL and Isabella W. BALL, of Umhlumba, Weenen. His duty nobly done.  4471

IN MEMORIAM

BLANE. – In loving memory of my dear uncle (Willie BLANE), who died on the 22nd August 1913, - Mrs. G. PARKER, 112, Lyell Street, Ladysmith.  4132

FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1918

BIRTHS

GATHORNE. – At the Sanatorium, on the 20th August, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. H. GATHORNE, of Runnymede, East Griqualand, a son.  4505

WILLIAMS.- At 514, Berg Street, on the 22nd August, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank WILLIAMS,  a daughter.  Both doing well.  4486

DEATH

PICKARD. – On the 21st August, 1918, at 165, Boom Street, passed peacefully away, Caroline, beloved wife of Edwin PICKARD, of Pietermaritzburg

SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1918

BIRTHS

CORFE. – At Nurse TRELEASE’s, 231, Berg Street, Maritzburg, on August 15th, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. C.W. COFRE, a daughter.  4545

WRIGHT. – At Vryheid, on the 18th inst., to Mr. and Mrs. Cyril WRIGHT (nee Cora STRACHAN), of Kwa Magwaza, Zululand, a daughter.  Both well.  4535

DEATHS

DYSON. – At his residence, Vryheid, on the 5th instant, Thomas Joseph DYSON, after a long and painful illness, patiently borne, aged 60 years.  4533

IN MEMORIAM

COCKCROFT. – In loving memory of R. Purdon P. COCKCROFT, who was accidentally killed on August 24th, 1905, while on duty at the Railway Station, Ladysmith. Gone, but not forgotten. Inserted by Father, Mother, Brothers, and Sisters.  9400

HAYES. – In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, Eliza Jane HAYES, who was called away suddenly on August 24th, 1916. “To memory ever dear.” Inserted by her loving Husband and Daughters.  4521

McMASTER. – Passed away at “Devonia,” Ladysmith, on Monday, 19th August, 1918, Maria Rebecca McMASTER, late of “Brynbella,” Mooi River, aged 77 years. Gone but not forgotten.  ei9401

MONDAY. AUGUST 26, 1918

CORFE. – At Nurse TRELEASE’s, 231, Berg Street, Maritzburg, on August 15th, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. C.W. CORFE, a daughter.  4645

DEATHS

McMASTER. – Passed away at “Devonia,” Ladysmith, 1918, Maria Rebecca McMASTER, late of “Brynbella,” Mooi River, aged 77 years.  Gone but not forgotten.  ei9401

IN MEMORIAM

COCKCROFT. – In loving memory of Raymond Purdon P. COCKCROFT, who was accidentally killed at Ladysmith, on August 24th, 1905.  4647

TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1918

BIRTHS

CORFE. – At Nurse TRELEASE’s, 231, Berg Street, Maritzburg, on August 15th, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. C.W. CORFE, a daughter.  4545

VORSTER. – At the Sanatorium, Pietermaritzburg, on the 25th August, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. B.I. VORSTER, Ocean View, Umzumbi, a daughter.  Both well.  4563

DEATHS

McMASTER. – Passed away at “Devonia,” Ladysmith, on Monday, 19th August, 1918, Maria Rebecca McMASTER, late of “Brynbella,” Mooir River, aged 77 years. Gone but not forgotten.  ei9401

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1918

BIRTHS

PICKUP. – At 523, Prince Alfred Street, on August 27th, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. John PICKUP, a son.  4591

SHARP. – At Ford Avenue, Morcom Road, on the 26th inst., the wife of H. SHARP, Mechanical Department, S.A.R., of a son.  4590

DEATHS

STREETHEN. – At Greytown, suddenly, on 22nd instant, Charles STREETHEN (late of Donnybrook), aged 46 years.  4593

TYRRELL. – Mary Josephine Gordon TYRRELL, at Winchester, England, on August 19th, the youngest daughter of the late Edward TYRRELL, of Sydenham.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1918

BIRTHS

CROUCH. – On the 26th August, at Nurse SCHURING’s Home, 76, Douglas Street, Dundee, to Mr. and Mrs. F.S. CROUCH, of Balgowan, Natal, twin son and daughter.  All well.  4606

MATTHEWS. – On August 25th, 3.45 a.m., at Glencoe Junction, to Mr. and Mrs. G.E. MATTHEWS, a son.  Both well.  4610

PICKUP. – At Nurse DOWSETT’s, 523, Prince Alfred Street, on August 27th, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. John PICKUP, a son.  4615

DEATHS

STRUTHERS. – At Greytown, suddenly on 22nd instant, Charles STRUTHERS (late of Donnybrook), aged 46 years.

TYRRELL. – Mary Josephine Gordon TYRRELL, at Winchester, England, on August 19th, the youngest daughter of the late Edward TYRRELL, of Sydenham.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918

DEATHS

JACKSON. – At the Residence, 58, Boshoff Street, on the 29th of August, Annie, Widow of the late John JACKSON, formerly of Bellevue, Otto’s Bluff, aged 79 years.  9460

SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1918

DEATHS

BADENHORST. – Caroline BADENHORST (nee BOTHMAN), formerly of Utrecht, died at Ladysmith, 24th August, of pneumonia.  9565

JACKSON. – At the Residence, 58, Boshoff Street, on the 29th of August, Annie, Widow of the late John JACKSON, formerly of Bellevue, Otto’s Bluff, aged 79 years.  9460

IN MEMORIAM

CURRIE. – In loving memory of our darling son, John, who died 30th August, result of an accident.
Gone from earth so swiftly,
Plucked like a flower in bloom,
So young, so fair, so loving,
Yet called away so soon.
Inserted by his sorrowing parents.  9467

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1918

BIRTHS

WOODS. – On the 26th August, the wife of W.T. WOODS, Junr., Vryheid, of twins (son and daughter).  4688
 
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1918

BIRTHS

WOODS. - On the 26th August, the wife of W.T. WOODS, Junr., Vryheid, of twins (son and daughter).  

DEATHS

JACKSON. – At the Residence, 58, Boshoff Street, on the 29th August, Annie, Widow of the late John JACKSON, formerly of Bellevue, Otto’s Bluff, aged 79 years.  9460

IN MEMORIAM

BLANE. – In loving memory of my dear Aunt (Jessie BLANE), who died on 3rd September, 1916.
Inserted by Mrs. G. PARKER.  4549

BLANE. – In affectionate remembrance of our dear Aunt (Jessie BLANE), who died 3rd September, 1916. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. COLLINS and Family.136, Lyell Street, Ladysmith.  4659

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

MORTON. – In loving remembrance of Lce.-Corpl. John Whilnell MORTON, 2nd S.A.I., who died at The King George Hospital, London, 3rd September, 1916, of wounds received in action Egypt, 23rd January, 1916.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1918

BIRTHS

DIXON. – On September 2nd, to Mr. and Mrs. J.R. DIXON, of 193, Greyling Street, a son, at Grey’s Hospital.  Both well.  4735

HATTING. – Mr. and Mrs. J.S. HATTING, Riverside, Colenso, of a son.  Both well.  Nurse McKAY in attendance.  9628

IN MEMORIAM

OXENHAM. – In affectionate remembrance of Emmeline, the beloved wife of Arthur OXENHAM, of Harrismith, O.F.S., who passed “within the veil” September 5th, 1913.
Not dead, she lives in more than memory.
The tomb is not a blind alley, but a thoroughfare.  It closes on the twilight to open on the dawn.  4723

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1918

BIRTHS

SAVILLE. – On September 4th, at 41, Victoria Road, to Mr. and Mrs. E. SAVILLE, a son.  4806

STURGEON. – At Fulwell, Richmond, on 3rd September, to Mr. and Mrs. C.J. STURGEON, a son.  Both well.  4798

WALLACE. – At Utrecht, on 1st September, to Mr. and Mrs. J.F. WALLACE, a daughter.  9672

DEATHS

LADBROOKE. – In ever loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away September 2nd, 1918, in his 39th year.
“Sometime, some day, we’ll understand.”

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1918

DEATHS

RICE. – At the Sanatorium, on 30th August, Jessie RICE, aged 55, widow of the late James RICE, of Maritzburg.  4702

IN MEMORIAM

GREENE. – In loving memory of our dear father, grandfather, and great grandfather, Lawrence Henry St. John GREENE, passed away September 7, 1910.
All souls are Thine, we must not say That these are dead who pass away.
“Lead, Kindly Light.”  8431

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1918

BIRTHS

LUGG. – To Mrs. Cyril E. LUGG, at Dundee, on Sunday, 25th August, a daughter.  Both well.  4854

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1918

IN MEMORIAM

MARKHAM. – In loving memory of our dear mother, R.T. MARKHAM, who passed away 9th September, 1916.  4877

GREENAWAY. – In loving memory of our dear mother, Annie GREENAWAY, who died September 10th, 1915.
We have to mourn the loss of one
We did our best to save,
Beloved on earth, regretted, gone,
Remembered in the grave.
Inserted by her loving Children.  4887

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1918

BIRTHS

ELLIOTT. – On the 10th September, at the Sanatorium, the wife of E.W. ELLIOTT, 190, Retief Street, of a daughter.  4900

HOOK. – At the Havelock Nursing Home, on September 3rd, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. F.W. HOOK, of Victoria Road, a son.  Both well.  9753

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918

IN MEMORIAM

GRAHAM. – In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, Edward Graham, who met with a fatal accident September 13th, 1917.  

RENNY. – In loving memory of my dear husband, David RENNY, who passed away 13th September, 1916, late Loco. Inspector, S.A.R.  4941

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1918

BIRTHS

RIDLEY. – On 6th September, to Mr. and Mrs. T.H. RIDLEY, the Bank House, Bergville, a son.  Both well.  9845

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1918

BIRTHS

BIBBINGS. – At the Yorkshire Nursing Home, Durban, on September 12th, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. W.E. BIBBINGS, Creighton, a daughter.  Both well.  (Cardiff papers please copy).  9866

FINCHAM. – On September 13th, at Nurse TREALEAS’ Home, Maritzburg, to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. FINHCAM, a daughter.  5009

RIDLEY. – On 6th September, to Mr. and Mrs. T.H. RIDLEY, the Bank House, Bergville, a son.  Both well.  9846

MARRIAGES

WILLMOT-GRAY. – September, 9th, at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Dundee, by Rev. T. Henry JONES, Archibald Frederick WILLMOT, second son of the late Mr. WILLMOT, and Mrs. WILLMOT of Greyville, Durban, to Linda Kathleen, youngest daughter of the late Mr. James GRAY, and Mrs. GRAY, Dundee.  5018

DEATHS

SAXON. – Died at Malvern, Natal, on the 11th of September, Samuel SAXON, South African representative of Pilkingtons Bros., glass manufacturers, St. Helens, England.  7879

IN MEMORIAM

RUDLING. – In loving memory of our dear Mother, Melina RUDLING, who passed away on September 15th, 1913.
Inserted by daughters Pollie and Bessie.  5001

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1918

BIRTHS

RIDLEY. – On 6th September, to Mr. and Mrs. T.H. RIDLEY, the Bank House, Bergville, a son.  Both well.  9846

TATHAM. – At Upcot, Mountain Rise, Maritzburg, on the 15th September, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Tyrone TATHAM, a daughter.  5029

IN MEMORIAM

ANDERSON. – In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear Mother, Jessie Wilson ANDERSON, late of Edinburgh and Pietermaritzburg, who passed away on September 20th, 1916.
Oh, not lost, but gone before us,
Let them never be forgot;
Sweet their memory to the lonely,
In our hearts they perish not.
At Rest.  5034

DOUGLAS. – In cherished memory of my dear Husband, and our dear Daddy, Christian DOUGLAS (Chris), who passed away on 17th September, 1917, at Dundee.
“Sleep on, dear Daddy, they labours are o’er.
They willing hands shall toil no more.”
“Peace, Perfect Peace.”
Inserted by his loving Wife and Children.  5028

SWATTON. – To the memory of Rosemary, dearly loved little daughter of Percy and Katharine SWATTON, who died at Vryheid on September 17th, 1917, aged three years.  5030

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1918

IN MEMORIAM

ONGLEY. – In loving memory of our dear sister, Margaret ONGLEY, who passed away on the 18th September, 1914.
Inserted by her Mother and Sisters.
Peace, Perfect Peace.  5053

BIRTHS

FINCHAM. – On September 13th, at Nurse TRELEAS’ Home, Maritzburg, to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. FINCHAM, a daughter.  5009

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1918

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

MANN. – In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Private William MANN, S.A.I., who feel in action near Ypres, on 19th September, 1917.
Inserted by his Parents, Brothers, and Sisters.  5070

THORNHILL. – In ever loving memory of Arthur James THORNHILL, who died of wounds in France, 19th September, 1917.
“God’s Will be done.”
Inserted by his sorrowing Parents, Brothers, and Sisters.  5072

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1918

IN MEMORIAM

ANDERSON. – In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear Mother, Jessie Wilson ANDERSON, late of Edinburgh and Pietermaritzburg, who passed away on September 20th, 1916.

GIBBONS. – In loving memory of our dear sister, Minnie, widow of the late Leonard GIBBONS, of VRYHEID, who passed away September 19th, 1913.
“In sure and certain Hope.
She hath awakened to a better Life.”  9982

GREENAWAY. – In ever affectionate remembrance of our dear father, William GREENAWAY, who was accidentally killed at Inglenook, Natal-Cape Line, on September 20th, 1912.
To memory ever dear.
Inserted by his daughters, Annie and Minna.  5105

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

ABERDEEN. – In loving memory of Corpl. Arthur William ABERDEEN, 1st S.A.I., who fell in action on Menin Road, 20th September, 20th September, 1917. Gone, but not forgotten.  5126

DUFFIELD. – 3829  Lce.-Corpl. James DUFFIELD (Jimmy), who was killed in action September 20th, 1917, Somewhere in France, aged 20 years.
A lonely year has passed away,
Since our great sorrow fell,
Yet in our hearts, we mourn the loss
Of him we loved so well.
We often think of you dear Jim,
And think of how you died,
Our loss can never be told,
We miss you more, as days grow old.
We think of you in silence
And often call your name.
Though there’s nothing left to answer
But your dear face on the wall.
Inserted by his loving Parents, Brothers, and Sisters.  5084

DUFFIELD. – James (Jimmy) DUFFIELD, Lance-Corporal 2nd South African Infantry killed in action 20th September, 1917.
Inserted by a Friend.  2127

GRIFFIN. – Died of wounds on Menin Road, France, September 20th, 1917, Francis Joseph GRIFFIN, late of “Natal Witness” and “Natal Advertiser.” Inserted by his sorrowing wife, E.M. GRIFFIN.  9985

HARRISON. – In memory of my dear son, Henry David HARRISON, killed in action in France 20th September, 1917.
Afar from home and dear ones,
God called him home.  It was God’s will.
But in our heard he liveth still.
To Mother his memory is as dear today as the day he went away.
Inserted by his loving Mother.  5117

HENDRY. – In loving remembrance of Lieut. Norman Thos. HENDRY (3rd S.A.I.), who was killed in action, in Flanders, on 20th September, 1917.

MORTON. – Thomas Frederick, killed in action on 20th September, 1917, Menin Road, Flanders, Corporal, 2nd South African Infantry.
He left home in health and in strength
To answer his country’s call,
He gave his best, he gave his Life
For you, for us, and for All.
His King and Country called him,
The call was not in vain,
And on Britain’s Roll of Honour,
You will find my dear boy’s name.
Another one gone from our family group,
Which lessens as time goes on,
But we hope to meet them all again
When we all go to the great beyond.
Inserted by his Father, Mother, Brothers, and Sisters.  5126

SYMES. – In loving memory of my dear son and brother, James Robert SYMES, who was killed in action in France, September 20th, 1917. Inserted by Mother, Sisters and Brothers.  5119

SYMES. – In loving memory of my dear brother, Jim, who was killed at Menin Road, France, September 20th, 1917. Inserted by his brother, Tom.  5120

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1918

BIRTHS

OELLERMAN. – At the Sanatorium, Pietermaritzburg, to Mr. and Mrs. J.H. OELLERMAN, of “Summerfield,” Greytown, on the 19th inst., a son.  5064

IN MEMORIAM

ANDERSON. – In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear Mother, Jessie Wilson ANDERSON, late of Edinburgh and Pietermaritzburg, who passed away on September 20th, 1916.
Oh, not lost, but gone before us,
Let them never be forgot,
Sweet their memory to the lonely,
In our hearts, they perish not.
At rest.  5034

SPARKS. – In Loving Memory of our dear sister, Mabel, who died September 22nd, 1917.  Sent by Gordon ond Rose.  5047
(Note:  Should read ‘Gordon and Rose’).

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

ELKINGTON. – In Loving Memory of Albert Henry Charles ELKINGTON, 1st S.A.I., who died of wounds in France on September 21, 1917.
Sleep on, dear Henry, in your foreign grave,
Your life for your country you nobly gave.
We could not be near you, to say good-bye,
But safe in God’s keeping now you lie.
“God’s Will be done.”
Inserted by his loving Parents, Brothers and Sister.  5028

NOLAN. – In Loving Memory of my dear Son, Pte. Thomas NOLAN, 3rd S.A.I., who fell in France on September 20, 1917.
Far and oft my thoughts do wander
To a grave so far away;
Where they laid my darling son,
Just a year ago to-day.
Inserted by his loving Mother.  5052

THERON. – In Memory of Pte. J.A.G. THERON, 4th S.A.I., who was killed in action on September 21, 1917, at Menin Road, Flanders.
But hushed the beating heart we knew,
That heart so tender, brave, and true;
Firm as the rooted mountain rock,
Pure as the quarry’s whitest block.
Inserted by his Sorrowing Mother and Sisters.  5044

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1918

MARRIAGES

PAULING-WHITELOCK. – On September 7th, at St. John’s Church, Bulawayo by Archdeacon HARKEY, William Frank, younger son of the late H. PAULING to Olive Muriel, youngest daughter of C. WHITELOCK.  5198

IN MEMORIAM

HAILSTONE. – In loving memory of my dear Mother, Elizabeth HAILSTONE, who died at Mooi River, September 23rd, 1902.
Sleep on, dear Mother, thy trials are o’er,
Your willing hands shall toil no more;
On Earth there’s strife, in Heaven rest,
We miss you most who loved you best.
Inserted by her loving son, W.E. HAILSTONE.  5188

OBITUARY

THE REV. CANON ADKIN
Kokstad, September 21.
The death took place last evening of Canon ADKIN, the retired Rector of Holy Trinity, Kokstad. Deceased was one of the oldest Anglican missionaries in the Native territories, to which he came nearly 40 years ago on the initiative of General GORDON, when the latter commanded the troops in Kokstad. Canon ADKIN had been failing in health for a long time. – Reuter.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1918

BIRTHS

HOUGH. – On 20th September, 1918, at Furleigh 448, Berg Street, Pietermaritzburg, to Mr. and Mrs. HOUGH, nee Vera FURNER, a son.  Nurse BESANT.  5215

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

TRUNDLEY. – In loving memory of my dear Husband, Walter TRUNDLEY, Corporal, 1st Royal Scots Fusiliers, killed at Loos, September 25th, 1915.
Inserted by his loving Wife.  3213

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1918

BIRTHS

VERRAN. – At the Sanatorium, Ladysmith, on Sunday, 22nd September, to Mr. and Mrs. F. VERRAN, Junr., a daughter.  5232

DEATHS

CARBIS. – At the Residence, 250 Loop Street, on September 22nd, 1918, Peter CARBIS, beloved husband of Agnes CARBIS, passed peacefully to rest.  Aged 82 years.  5237

SHEPSTONE. – Helen Louisa Maude, aged 66 years widow of the late Theophilus SHEPSTONE, Esq., C.M.G., and a daughter of the late General Sir John J. BISSET, K.C.M.G., C.B. Lost at sea on the 12th September, 1918,
with the “Galway Castle” through enemy action.  5228

ROLL OF HONOUR

BRINDLEY. – Killed in France, 30th August, Second-Lieut. Victor George BRINDLEY, R.F.C. eldest son of G.S. and M.E. BRINDLEY, Springbokolacte, Kopjes, O.F.S., and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. TOOTH, Boshoff Road, Natal.  
Born in Maritzburg,  Aged 27 years.  5217

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1918

BIRTHS

BERRY. – At the Sanatorium, Maritzburg, on Tuesday 24th September, 1918 to Mr. and Mrs. W.A. BERRY, a son.  5270

DEATHS

CARBIS. – At the Residence, 250 Loop Street, on September 22nd, 1918, Peter CARBIS, beloved husband of Agnes CARBIS, passed peacefully to rest.  Aged 82 years.  5237

RINGELMANN. – On 20th September, at Wartburg, Sandymount, my beloved Husband and our dear Father, J.H. RINGELMANN, passed away suddenly.
“Thy Will be Done!”  5255

IN MEMORIAM

FUHRI. – In loving memory of my dear Wife and our Mother, Dina FUHRI, who passed away at Pietermaritzburg on September 26th, 1917.
One year has passed since that sad day,
When one we loved was called away,
God took her Home it was His will.
Forget her, no, we never will.
Inserted by her loving Husband and Children.  5262

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1918

DEATHS

HOWES. – At his residence, Premier Mine, on the 26th September, Lewis James HOWES (mine manager), eldest son of Mr. W.L. HOWES, 57, Braid Street.  5294

RINGELMANN. – On 20th September, at Wartburg, Sandymount, my beloved Husband and our dear Father, J.H. RINGELMANN, passed away suddenly.
“They Will be Done!”  5255

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918

BIRTHS

KNOTWELL. – At the Sanatorium, Maritzburg, on the 20th September, 1918, to Mr. and Mrs. KNOTWELL, a son.  5308

WALKER. – On the 27th inst., at the Sanatorium, Maritzburg, to Mr. and Mrs. R.A. WALKER, of Bulwer, a daughter.  5298

DEATHS

NEILL. – At Ladysmith, on 24th September, Andrew Brooks NEILL, Engine Driver, S.A.R., aged 35.
Lanarkshire papers please copy.  3511

ROLL OF HONOUR

KING. – Killed September 15th, 1918, on the Western Front, Lieut. Alexander John Gavin KING, Royal Air Force, only son of Andrew Dow KING, of Glew King, East Griqualand, aged 24.  ei5317

IN MEMORIAM

ROBERTS. – In loving memory of Hugh ROBERTS, the dearly beloved Husband of Jane ROBERTS, who died on September 29th, 1916.
Our hearts still cling to memory dear,
Of one who has gone to rest,
And those who think of him to-day
Are those who loved him best.
Inserted by his loving Wife and Son.  5319

ROBERTS. – In loving memory of our dear Father, Hugh ROBERTS, who passed away at Ballengeich Colliery, September 29th, 1816.
Death came stealing o’er his pillow
At the dawning of the day.
Without a sigh, without a struggle
Peacefully he passed away.
Inserted by his Son and Daughter.  5282

WARD. – In loving memory of my dear Husband and Father Charles WARD, who died suddenly September 27th, 1915, at Vryheid.
Yes, we’ll meet again in the morning,
In the dawn of a fairer day,
When the night of watching and waiting,
With its darkness has passed away;
Where no shadows veil the sunshine
And our footsteps no longer roam,
At the pearly gates gladly waiting,
He will give us a welcome Home.
Inserted by his loving Wife, Son and Daughter.
Vryheid, Sept. 27th, 1918.  118

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1918

BIRTHS

CAWOOD. – On September 25th, at Utrecht, to Mr. and Mrs. Basil CAWOOD, a daughter.  (Nurse GRISSAER.)  5327

FANNIN. – To Mr. and Mrs. H.E.G. FANNIN, Norwood, Ixopo, on the 26th September, a daughter.  5341

DEATHS

KEITH. – In British East Africa, September 21, 1918, John Alexander KEITH (Jack), beloved and eldest son of John and Jessie KEITH, Marianhill, Pinetown.  By Cable.  5345

ROLL OF HONOUR

KING. – Killed September 15th, 1918, on the Western Front, Lieut. Alexander John Gavin KING, Royal Air Force, only son of Andrew Dow KING, of Glew KING, East Griqualand, aged 24.  ei5317

LEFFLER. – On Friday, at 2nd Eastern General Hospital, Brighton, England, Cadet Leonard LEFFLER, Royal Flying Corps, aged 26 years.  5333

ROLL OF HONOUR – IN MEMORIAM

HODNETT. – In loving memory of my beloved Husband and Daddy, Private Percy HODNETT, S.A.I., who died of wounds on September 30th, 1917, received in the Battle of Menin Road.  Interred at Etaples.
My heart still clings to memory dear,
Of one who has gone to rest,
And those who think of him to-day
Are those who loved him best.
Inserted by Lena and Little Esme.

HODNETT. – In loving memory of Pte. Percy HODNETT, who died of wounds on the 30th September, 1917, somewhere in France.
“Gone but not forgotten.”
Inserted by his Mother and Sister.  5331