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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.


      ANNOUNCEMENTS :- the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America Sunday, January 7, 1940.

      BIRTH
      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.

      MARRIED
      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.

      DIED
      HODGE – On Friday, January 5, 1940, at the Public Hospital, Georgetown, LEONARD PERCIVAL, Retired Deputy Director of Public Works, B. G.

      CARD
      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.

      IN MEMORIAM
      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)
      SOURCE: ANNOUNCEMENTS :- the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America Sunday, January 7, 1940 : page 12.

      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America Thursday, October 28, 1948

      BIRTH
      MATTHEWS – On Wednesday, October 27, 1948, at St. Joseph’s Mercy Hospital, to Stella (nee Crooks), wife of JOSCELYN, the gift of - A DAUGHTER.

      DEATHS
      BAPTISTE - On Wednesday, October 27, 1948, at his residence, Nabaclis, East Coast, Demerara, JAMES, husband of Matilda, father of Felix (Station-master at Buxton), Robert, (Balata Bleeder at Horetown), Holmes, Clarice Eliza and Gertie.
      The funeral will remove from the house of mourning - Nabaclis, E. C. Demerara – at 4.00 p.m., today.
      Relatives and friends are asked to accept this intimation.

      NILES - On Wednesday, October 27, 1948 at her parents’ residence, 10 First Street, Albert town, KATHRYN ELIZABETH (Betty), the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Niles.
      The funeral will remove from the house of mourning, 10 First Street, Albert town, at 4.30 p.m., today.
      Her relatives and friends are asked to accept this intimation.
      SOURCE:ANNOUNCEMENTS :- the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America Thursday, October 28, 1948 : page 4.

      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America - December, 1948

      BIRTH
      BLANCHARD – On Wednesday, December 15, 1948, to THELMA, wife of S. J. F. BLANCHARD of Pln. Lochaber, Canje, Berbice - the gift of - A SON.

      HOPPIE – On Tuesday, December 14, 1948, to PAULINE OLGA, wife of W. G. HOPPIE, Principal, Cambridge High School, - A SON.

      KING –On Saturday, December 4, 1948, at the Public Hospital, New Amsterdam, Berbice, to IVY (nee Fraser), wife of Raymond (Boatswain on the S. S. Basra), the gift of a son – RICHARD NATHANIEL.

      MARSH – On Monday, December 13, 1948, to ROSALINE, wife of C. A. (Jim) at their residence 167, Crown Street, the gift of a daughter. – AUDREY.

      SLATER – On Thursday December 16, 1948, at the Public Hospital, Georgetown, to IRENE , wife of John Slater (Gutter smith and Plumber) of lot 3, D’ Urban Street, Lodge, a son - JAMES HORTON.

      TROTZ – On Saturday Dec. 18, 1948 at the Public Hospital, Georgetown, to OLGA (nee Glasgow) wife of LIONEL B. TROTZ, Head teacher Bethel Congl. School – the gift of a daughter – KARLENE PATRICIA.



      WOO - On Sunday, December 12, 1948, to ELSIE and SYDNEY of 29, Third Avenue, Subryanville, E. C. Demerara. A brother for LESTER.



      CARD



      WILLIAMS – Mr. Bertram Williams (son), Catherine Frank (mother), Gladys, Urak, Lillian, Annie Katie (sisters), of the late Mrs. CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS (Dookie) and other relatives beg through this medium to thank all who attended the funeral especially Rev. S. W. C. Crosse and the Women’s League and all those who kindly condoled with them in their bereavement.



      YOUNGE – Mrs. Christobel Younge (mother), Ovid and Charles Younge (brothers) Joy Patricia, and the relatives of the late HEROD, also known as George who departed by drowning on December 13 at the Government Steamer Stelling, beg hereby to thank all the kind friends and especially the Staff of the T. & H. D. Stelling who attended his funeral and in other ways expressed sympathy in their bereavement.



      IN MEMORIAM



      ARTHUR –In sad and ever loving memory of GERTRUDE (born Miller) who departed this life on December 16, 1947.

      God saw the road was getting rough.

      The hills too steep to climb

      He gently closed her weary eyes

      And whispered “Peace be thine.”



      (Inserted by her son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren)





      BUTTERY –In loving memory of our dear WILLIAM (husband)



      SOURCE:

      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America - December, 1948













      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America – Sunday, June 20, 1948





      DEATH



      GEORGE –On Sunday, 13th. June, at the Public Hospital, Georgetown, FRANK, 15 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. George of Ann’s Grove, and brother of the Rev. L. N. George (Barbados), Randolph (Codrington College), Hyacinth, Gregory, Muriel, Percy, Gem, and Pat. Uncle of Carl, Barbara, Gloria and Annie Mc Gowan. Brother-in-law of E. T. McGowan, Warden, Mahaica Hospital.



      (Barbados and Surinam papers please copy).



      Source:

      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America - Sunday, June 20, 1948: page 8.





      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - June 1948



      CARD



      SAM - Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sam of Pln. Uitvlugt, West Coast, Demerara, will like to thank the many friends and sympathizers, who sent them telegrams, cards, and wreaths towards the death of their eldest son, WINSTON, who departed this life on Friday, June 18, 1948.

      “We all love him, but God loves him best.”



      Source:

      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America - Wednesday, June 23, 1948: page 4.



      COLE – On Wednesday, June 23, 1948 at the Public Hospital, Georgetown, JOSEPH NATHANIEL(late Superintendent of the Job Printing Dept. of Messrs F. A. Persick, Ltd.), beloved husband of Kathleen Hilda, and father of Jean.



      The funeral will remove from the B. G. Funeral Parlour, at 4.15 p.m., today.



      Friends and relatives are asked to attend.



      Source:

      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America - Thursday, June 24, 1948: page 4.



      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - May 1948



      CORBIN – On Friday, May 28, 1948, at St. Joseph’s Mercy Hospital, ERNEST CHARLES, retired Goods Train conductor of the Transport and Harbours Dept., beloved husband of Eva and father of Charles and Cyril Corbin, brother of Constance Trim and Jessie Corbin, grandfather of seven.



      The funeral will remove from the house of mourning, 127 Fourth Street Albert Town, at 4.30 p.m., today.



      Friends, relatives and members of the Rose of Bethlehem Lodge of Odd Fellows and Mystic Friendly and Burial Societies are asked to accept this the only intimation, and attend.



      GORING- On Friday, May 28, 1948, at the Public Hospital, Georgetown, HILDA, well-known as Auntie, daughter of the late Mannie G., Diamond-Seeker; sister of Mannie, and aunt of the Duncans; the Wilkersons; the Roberts; the Thomases, Mannie and Doris G. (USA), and Herbert, Supervisor at the Public Hospital, Georgetown.



      The funeral will remove from the B. G. Funeral Parlour, Queenstown, at 4.30 p.m., today.

      And her relatives and friends, are asked to accept this the only intimation.



      Source:

      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America - Saturday, May 29, 1948: page 4.



      Emily Rebecca Smith (died December 24, 1942) [Lequthia and Esme]



      Siebert Alexander younge (Gugisberg) died December 22, 1945 Angelina (sister) Ovid (nephew)



      BIRTH



      CAMPBELL –On Sunday 20th. February, at the Public Hospital, Georgetown to Lilly, wife of Colin Campbell of 22 Lamaha Street – A SON.



      Source:

      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America - Tuesday, February 22, 1944: page 4.



      George Edmund Cockfield (died 29 April 1946)



      (Inserted by his Cousin Mrs. Gertrude Herod and her children Wilfred, Kathleen and Olive)



      Janetta Gravesande Reginald (died May 4, 1943)



      Lottie Lucille Simon Assistant teacher Bedford Methodist School, daughter of Mr. C. A. Simon Head Teacher of ann’s Grove Methodist and Mrs. Henrietta Simon - married Renm W. Belgrave.

      The bride was escorted by Mr. S. N. Collins.



      May 1947.



      ARCHER –In loving memory of S. A. Archer J.P., who departed this life on October 10, 1943.



      (Inserted by his loving children)

      Source:

      ANNOUNCEMENTS: - the Daily Chronicle, Georgetown, British Guiana, South America - Sunday, October10, 1948: page 6.



      DOREEN RUTH McPHERSON died October 13, 1947 loving aunts Irene and Amy, and sister Edna

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      Posted by M'lilwana to Guyana Genealogical and Biographical Society at 8/31/2006 08:56:00 AM
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