Some Herald BMD from the 60s and 70s

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The remaining Deaths from 27th July 1973.

DEATHS ( concluded )

O'HARE - At 93 Glencairn Street, Stevenston, on 20th July 1973, Sarah Brogan, aged 67 years, beloved wife of John O'Hare, and dear mother of Sadie, Monica and John. Fortified by Rites of Holy Church. RIP.

PRENTICE - At Heathfield Hospital, Ayr, on 24th July 1973, Mary McCliesh, aged 70 years, beloved wife of the late John Prentice, 56A Bradan Road, Troon.

REID - At Ayrshire Central Hospital, Irvine, on 24th July 1973, Charles, dearly loved husband of Belle, and dear father of John. Funeral to Masonhill Crematorium, Ayr, on Friday 27th July, at 3pm. Friends desirous of attending please meet cortege at crematorium. No flowers please.

ROBERTSON - Peacefully, at Ravenspark Hospital, Irvine, on 19th July 1973, Annie Stevenson, in her 74th year, beloved wife of the late Joseph Robertson, late of 29 Crumock Street, Beith, and dear mother of Annie and Bert.

ROSSI - At 8 Bradan Road, Troon, on 18th July 1973, Ada Cornelia Orlandi, aged 80 years, beloved wife of the late Leoplodo Rossi. Fortified by Rites of the Holy Church. RIP.

STIRLING - Peacefully, at Ravenspark Hospital, on 20th July 1973, Catherine McDonald, aged 80 years, beloved wife of the late James Stirling, late of 17 Kerse Avenue, Dalry.

WALES - At Ayrshire Central Hospital, on 22nd July 1973, Emily Gallacher, aged 82 years, wife of the late Abraham Wales, 42 Baidland Avenue, Dalry.

WALKER - At 12 Kerley Crescent, Athelstone, Adelaide, South Australia, result of an accident, on 14th July 1973, Stuart, aged 11 years, second son of Mr and Mrs W Walker, late of 12 Witches Linn, Ardrossan, grandson of Mr and Mrs P Hanlon, 20 Pladda Road, Saltcoats, and Mr and Mrs A Walker, McGregor Avenue, Stevenston.
A golden heart stopped beating,
Two smiling eyes at rest,
God broke our hearts to prove to us,
He only takes the best.
Gran.
Deepest sympathy, Annette and Bill; from all friends and relatives.

YOUNG - Peacefully, at 1 Woodburn Road, Beith, on 20th July 1973, Janet Wilson Chalmers, in her 90th year, beloved wife of the late John Young.



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The rest of the Acknowledgements from 27th July 1973.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ARMSTRONG - Mrs Margaret Armstrong and family wish to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours for kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes received in their recent bereavement; also Doctors Connell, Begg, McInnes and Smith, and district nurses for their kind attention; Mr mcLean and Mr Frank Russell for spiritual comfort and services rendered; and Mr William Smith for funereal arrangements. King's Road, Beith.

BROWN - Mr R Brown and family wish to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for letters and floral tributes received in their recent sad bereavement; doctors and nurses of RAI, Paisley; the Rev Shankland Young for services rendered; and Mr W Smith for funeral arrangements. Coalburn Farm, Beith.

GILLESPIE - The nieces of the late Mrs Agnes Gillespie wish to thank all friends and neighbours who attended the funeral service, for their kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes.

HAMILTON - The family of the late Maisie Hamilton wish to thank relatives, friends and neighbours for kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes received in their recent sad bereavement; special thanks to Mr and Mrs Duffy; to Dr Robertson for kind attention; also Social Workers and Saltcoats Police; Rev J Kyle for services rendered; and Mr Clark, CWS, for funeral arrangements. " Gilfillan ", 11 Knox Place, Saltcoats.

MacDONALD - Mrs MacDonald wishes to thank all relatives, friends and neighbours, OES Dalry Chapter No 67, OES Beith Chapter No 122, Dalry Homing Society and Ayrshire Federation of HS, for their kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes received in her recent bereavement; special thanks to Dr Grant and staff of pavilion 3, Ayrshire Central Hospital for their kind attention; also local doctors and nurses for years of devoted care; thanks also to the Rev D Grant for spiritual comfort; and all those who attended the funeral service;and CWS for funeral arrangements. 50 Sharon Street, Dalry.

McKEAN - John and the parents of the late Mrs Anita McKean wish to thank Father Crowley for his kind attention; relatives, friends and neighbours for for floral tributes and kind expressions of sympathy received in their sad bereavement; they were also deeply touched by the presence of so many friends at the church and cemetery. 87 Portland Street, Troon.



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