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From: "Carol Beneke" <>
Subject: [ZA-EC] EASTERN PROVINCE HERALD 29.11.1944
Date: Mon, 26 Dec 2011 12:41:32 +0200


EASTERN PROVINCE HERALD

Port Elizabeth, Wednesday, November 29, 1944

Births

BICKERTON – To L.A.C. and Mrs BICKERTON (nee Alice SMITH), on the 26th November, at Provincial Hospital, a bonny Son.

COWIE – To Mr and Mrs T. COWIE (nee POTGIETER), a bonny Son, on 28th November.

FREEDMAN – To Anne and Harry (Laughing Waters, Willowmore), at Provincial Hospital, a bonny Daughter.

LODDER – At Elizabeth Nursing Home, to Mr and Mrs G. LODDER, a Daughter, 26th November.

PATERSON – To Ean and Moy (nee GIBBON), a Son, on November 27th, at the Stoneham Maternity Home.

STANLEY – On the 28th November, to Doreen (nee Stone), wife of Jack STANLEY, a bonny Son.

STUART – To Mr and Mrs W.H. STUART, at Stoneham Nursing Home, a bonny Daughter, on the 8th November.

To be married

LAKE – FICK – To be married in the Dutch Reformed Church, Alexandria, on 5th December, at 3 p.m. Jack LAKE of Ugie, to Suzanne FICK (San) of Alexandria. No Cards. Congratulations and telegrams: Masonic Hall, Alexandria.

ROSSOUW – NEL – The marriage of Nossie NEL, of Bedford and Dan ROSSOUW of Port Elizabeth, will take place at Somerset East on 2nd December, 1944.

Married

WITKOP – RENNIE – At Bedford, on November27th, by the Rev. Father O’MALLEY, A/B Peter Michael WITKOP, only son of Mrs TAYLOR of Johannesburg to Sgt. Margaret Welsh RENNIE, youngest daughter of Mrs and the late MR J.B. Rennie of “Craig Rennie”, Bedford

Deaths

BARNARD – Passed away at Oudtshoorn, on 25th November, 1944, Dan BARNARD.

CLACK – Passed away at Sidbury, on the 27th instant, Frances M. Dearly beloved mother of Arthur and Enid.

Roll of Honour

GREEN – Lieut. Stanley Garnet Tozer GREEN, F.C./C.T.H., younger son of Mr and the late Mrs Arthur Tozer GREEN, of Middleburg, Cape. Killed in action in Italy, 19th November, 1944.

RICHARDS – Cpl. W. RICHARDS No 12523, drowned through enemy action on or about 29th November, 1942. Remembered by his wife Violet, son and daughter and families.

Wounded

THANSELL – Accidentally injured in Italy, 20th November, Alfred Thomas (Tommy), husband of Amy, of 19 Sueltz Street, and son of Mr and Mrs J.J. TRADER, 155 Kempston Road, Sidwell


Transcribed by
Carol BENEKE nee STEWART
Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
083 482 1482
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Researching: STEWART, STONE, LUKE, BENEKE, BENECKE, VON BENECKE
and related families.


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