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[Guyana Genealogical and Biographical Society] ANNOUNCEMENTS :- the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America, Sunday, January 2, 1938.

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    ANNOUNCEMENTS :- the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America Sunday, January 2, 1938. IN MEMORIAM PERCIVAL – In loving and affectionate
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      ANNOUNCEMENTS :- the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America Sunday, January 2, 1938.

      IN MEMORIAM

      PERCIVAL – In loving and affectionate memory of MARGARET (Aunt Ida), who departed this life on January 2, 1937.
      “Thy will be done.”
      (Inserted by her husband and sons)

      SPENCER - In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, DANIEL ALEXANDER of Victoria, East Coast, Demerara, who departed this life on January 1, 1937.

      “ One mournful year since that sad day.
      When from us thou wast called away.
      To us no more dost thou belong,
      To highest glory thou hast gone.”

      JOSEPH – In constant and affectionate memory of GEORGE E. (Teacher Ernest) and HENRY HILBERTUS, who passed to the great beyond on January 3, 1933 and January 2, 1934 at London, E. C. I, and Friendship, East Coast, Demerara, respectively.

      “To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.”
      (Inserted by their loving mother)



      BIRTH

      SHEPHERD – to Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Shepherd (Warder) of Penitentiary Walk, New Amsterdam, Berbice. The gift of – A SON.

      MARRIED

      BLANK – Dos SANTOS – on Saturday, December 25, 1937, at the Holy Rosary Church, Kitty, East Coast, Demerara, by the Rev. Fr. J. Goodwin, S.J., LOUIS COURTNEE, the eldest son of the late J. L. Blank, (Dentist), to CLARICE ELISA, fourth daughter of the late A. T. Dos Santos and Mrs. Rosa Dos Santos of 30 Cummings Street, Bourda.

      DIED

      VANDECRUISE – on Thursday, December 30, 1937 at his residence, Barr Street, Kitty Village, ABRAHAM (Butcher, Wismar), the beloved brother of Augustus Vandecruise and Mrs. M. Cambridge, uncle of Mrs. H. A. Bakker, and Cecil Cambridge. Aged 60 years.

      (Gone But Not Forgotten)

      CARD

      MR. EDWARD F. MOORE, H. D. Durant and family and the Misses Hunte beg to thank very sincerely all those kind friends who in one way or another cheered them in the sad loss they sustained through the death of their darling ROSIE.

      SOURCE:
      ANNOUNCEMENTS :- the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America Sunday, January 2, 1938 : page 12.




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