[Guyana Genealogical and Biographical Society] ANNOUNCEMENTS :- the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America Sunday, January 7, 1940.
ANNOUNCEMENTS :- the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America Sunday, January 7, 1940.
SEETRAM – On Monday, January 1, 1940, at 5.30 p.m., Public Hospital, New Amsterdam, to Mrs. Vera Seetram, wife of Mr. R. V. Seetram, the gift of a son.
CARRYL – WARD – On Wed., Dec. 27, at St. Andrew’s E. church, Cove and John, by Rev. A. W. Sears L.Th., SAMUEL NATHANIEL, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Carryl, La Retraite to OGLA, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ward, Victoria.
HODGE – On Friday, January 5, 1940, at the Public Hospital, Georgetown, LEONARD PERCIVAL, Retired Deputy Director of Public Works, B. G.
MRS. ETHEL PIERCY, Mary Esme Piercy, and Mrs. H. Park beg to thank the other relatives and kind friends, who attended the funeral of their beloved husband and brother SAMUEL JAMES PIERCY, as well as those who sent wreaths, letters, cards, telegrams, and in other ways expressed sympathy in their bereavement.
(Mlilwana Osanku’s Note: the print was very difficult to read, thus I am not sure I got the sister’s name correct as printed in the papers. If you have, corrections direct same to childrenofsancho@....).
MRS. H. E. SHAW and other members of the family beg to thank all the kind friends who attended the funeral of their beloved, EDITH, as well as those who sent them wreaths, cards, letters, or in other ways consoled with them in their bereavement.
MRS. ELOISE ANGOY and family beg to thank the many kind friends for their every expression of sympathy in their recent bereavement.
MRS. JODHAN and other relatives beg to thank all the many kind friends who attended the funeral of their beloved, WALTER, as well as those who sent wreaths, cards, letters, telegrams, or in any other way consoled with them in their bereavement.
FORTUNE -- In loving memory of their darling, WALTER BASIL, who departed this life on Tuesday 3rd. January 1939.
One year ago
Cold death came stealing o’er thee
Relentlessly it claimed thee
But thoughts we cherish of thee
Shall never die.
R. I. P.
(Inserted by his loving mother, and wife)
DEANE – In ever loving memory of (Rev. Dr.) WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, late superintendent and founder of the A. M. E. Zion churches in this colony, who was called to higher service on January 8, 1935.
Thy purpose lord we cannot see, but know
That all is well that’s done by thee.
HOPE – In sacred and loving memory of our beloved VERNON, who departed this life at Buxton on the 6th, of January 1937. Brother of Wesley and Ethel.
(Inserted by his loving mother, Ellen Hope)
ANNOUNCEMENTS :- the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America Sunday, January 7, 1940 : page 12.
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