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  • County: Yorkshire, England
  • For Years: 1944 - 1949
  • Type: Familynotice

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

28 Oct 1949

BIRTHS ALLAN.—Oct. 26. at Peartree MH. Welwyn Garden City, a son. to Fred and En.d (nee Bell); bo.h well. BARRETT.—Bert and Vera (neeAshtoni. at 232, Lee-st.. Oct. 25, a daughter. BOYD.—To Audrey (nee Harrison) and Arthur, at Westwood MH, son, Oct. 27

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

5 Feb 1944

DEATHS BUTCHER.-Frederick, L husband Chrissie. , moU' 2nd, at 5, Pretoria-aye.. l.tfLi Cortege leaves house, jut eri] service Fishermen's Bethel, «>■ . . Northern Cemetery. li ■ GRANTHAM. —Feb. 3rd, . t h« , St., Driffield, Harriet. H contact . Martin

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

28 Mar 1945

Semi-detcched Dwelling-house, with Sitting Room. Kitchen. Bedrooms, Bath . and also garden and garage way; central for town and railway station. Solicitors: SCOTT, TURN3ULL & KENDALL, Albion-street. Le°ds. Lot 9.— BURGHLEY HOUSE. 2, GEORGE-STREET, commodious

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

13 Dec 1946

Tenders enclosed in plain sealed envelopes endorsed Road and Sewer Works. Estcourt Rtr«et Tempora-y Housing Site. and addressed the Chairman of the Housing Committee, are be delivered the Town clerk's Office not later than 9.30 a.m. on Frldav. Dec. 27th

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

11 May 1948

excellent pedigree.— Hirschleld Westgate House. Hornsea. Tel. 414. WELSH Corgi Puppies, dog and bitch lovely red and white; reasonable.— Fussey, Pleamoore, Hedon. Tel. SOIL, rich Maiden, for greenhouses, lawns and gardens- prompt deliveries.- Hardy Bros., 95a

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

20 Jan 1944

24. died overseas luring Jan. 1944. Pte. R.A. Happy nemorles dear pal Jim. He said 'ood-bye none of us. Heaven's gates lust opened and God whispered come.— from his pal Arthur; also Charles, and an_ Mrs Barley. -F2O DEATHS CRITCHESON. — William (Billy rurner)

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

16 Aug 1947

Lecture Sunday 330 Windsor House 283 Beverleyoa a Sin and Salvation—Do nnderstand What They Mean ? TUB City Temple. Hessle-rd., Hull — Elim Foursquare Gospel Church. Evan-eSal Pentecostal. Fundamental. Sat. at . Prayer; 8.15. Pier Open-air; Sunday 11 a.m.

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

18 Dec 1948

both well. P TRUEMAN.—To Mr and Mrs E. R., en the 14th Dec. a daughter. ENGAGEMENTS Mr and Mrs S. Ranby, of Laburnum- I ay.. Garden Village, wish announce the engagement of their eldest daughter Kitty, to Ronald, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Hunt, of New Brldge-rd

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

24 Oct 1944

Henry, aged 76 years. Ihe dearly loved husband Lillian Wilcock, of 6. Kirkdale Gardens, Exmrmth-st. Resting at A Shepherd and Son's Private Chapel. Cortege leaves the house Thursday, at 1.30 p in., for service at the Crematorium 2 pm. No flowers, request

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

28 Aug 1944

JONES. Altred. L.-Cpl., killed in action.—He never spoke a last farewell He said good-bye to none. The heaveiry gates just opened wide, and Jesus whispered, Come. Ever in our thoughts Tom and Dolly God bless you alwiys, Uncle Alf.—Tommy and baby. 2{ PLUMMER

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

26 Jun 1947

Electrica: Ltd.. 340. Hessle-road. Tel. FELSTONE'S new Gent's Hairdressing Dept. now open.—Opposite Carlton Cinema. Anlaby-road. EXPERIENCED Gardeners req. neglected gardens to clear and dig, Beverley-rd. and Spring-bank dists—H. Robinson. 37, Wellington-lane

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

1 Oct 1945

take place on Wed., Oct. 3rd, at 2.30. the Chur:h of the Sacred Heart Southcoates-lane. Reception at The Tower Grange Guest House, invitation. All friends will be welcome at the church. Blessings from both families. marriages CALEY—HOLMES.—Sept. 29. by

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

20 May 1946

to none The pearly gates just opened wide, And someone whispered ' Come. have lost, but Heaven has gained. The best dad the world contained. Reunited wit.o baby grandson Brian, died July 19th. 1941. Sleeping ln Gods garden of peace. ROLL OP HONOUR ATTLE

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

7 Jul 1949

DINNER and SUPP ER PARTIES Tel. 45406. P White House DINE and DANCE Every Evening until 11pm with the Broadcasting WHITE HOUSE SWINGTET A hlte House Hotel ' Jameson-sT delightful private room W'* »Ith nrst-class food and se,. ~SLJ?J, special functionsand

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

15 Aug 1949

Mil's McDougalls, Ltd., 33, Mll.s RUG Wools' at Wholesale price* Super quality lb Exce lent Stupendous offer. 4/- * . M only. Open Weave Canvas wide yd. Free samples.-Oraham Textiles. Barkerend Mills, Bradford. SINGER Servlce.-We clean ■<> ■« Sewing Machines

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

26 Jul 1947

uncle of Connie and Clare Always remembered. Cortege leaves house 2.30 p.m. Monday, not n.m. previously stated. KERSLAKE—Laurence, died Jtilv 24th 1947. You suffered long, eld pain nsirie, God opened His arms to say peace abide R.l.P.—Brother Jim. in-law Ria

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

29 Feb 1944

21, Glebe-rd., son and welcome little brother lor Valeric (Barry). HUMBLE. —To Frank and Marjone (nee Stalnfoith), White House Farm, vVtllerby, son. Both well. GRAVE.—February 24th, at 156, Ancaster-ave., to Bertha (nee McColl) and Bill, F/6gt., R.A

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

17 May 1947

Kemp), at St. Margaret Home, May 16th, daughter, Patricia. Both well. ENGAGEMENTS Mr and Mrs G. E. Westaby. 28„Southgate Gardens, Hornsea, have pleasure in announcing the- engagement of their eldest daughter. Beryl, to Fred, the eldest son of Mr and Mrs

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

26 Mar 1945

1944. Over the A river of death—Love lives.—Jean, Aber- deen. fi 1, HURO.—He who opens the hearts the lilies and teaches the birds sing, has called him into His garden. 11 Memories of Jack. P2B s. HURO.—William Thomas. In loving memory of devoted sen

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Hull Daily Mail

Hull Daily Mail Yorkshire, England

21 Nov 1945

Thursday, Nov. 22nd, leaving the house, 1.30 o.m. UNDERWOOD.—Mary (suddenly), Nov 20th, beloved mother of Charles, 10, Legarde-ave., An'.aby High-rd. Interment Western Cemetery. Friday. p.m. The eyes of the blind shall be opened. • VINTER—EIIis, aged 51 yrs

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