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From: "Carol Beneke" <>
Subject: [ZA-EC] EASTERN PROVINCE HERALD 14.10.1944
Date: Thu, 29 Dec 2011 13:27:17 +0200
EASTERN PROVINCE HERALD
Port Elizabeth, Saturday, October 14, 1944.
CIROTA. To Mr and Mrs Hymie CIROTA (nee Vera MORRIS), a Daughter at the Florence Nightingale, Johannesburg.
MANGOLD. To Frank and Lee a Daughter, at Stoneham Maternity Home, on the 12th inst.
MEW. To Mr and Mrs Sid MEW (nee Eileen STONE), a bonny Son, on the 12th October.
STRYDOM. To Lena and Ronie (nee Fuzzy VAN VUUREN), a bonny Son, on the 12th October, at the Salvation Army Mothers Hospital.
DYNE. Harold Nathan, second son of Mr and Mrs Louis DYNE, Mount Pleasant, Emerald Hill, will read portion of the Law at Western Road Synagogue to-day (Saturday), October 14th.
FOX – MOORE. Onah, second daughter of Mr and Mrs H.C. MOORE and Anthony Tennyson (Tony), second son of Mrs E.G. FOX and the late T.M. FOX. Both of Port Elizabeth.
JAMES – WHYTE. The engagement is announced of Lieutenant Arthur Gilbert JAMES, R.N.V.H., son of Captain and Mrs W.P. PYNE-JAMES of Johannesburg, and Margaret Anne, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert WHYTE, of Kirkwood.
MEYER – KING-WILSON. Engagement is announced between Alice KING-WILSON, Johannesburg and William MEYER, Port Elizabeth
PIANG SEN – SEN SUN. The engagement is announced between Margaret, eldest daughter of Mrs and the late Mr SEN SUN, to Kim Line, youngest son of Mr and Mrs PIANG SEN. Both of Port Elizabeth.
TO BE MARRIED
ANDERSON – GRAY. To-day (14th October) at 3 p.m., in the Salvation Army Citadel, Queen Street, John, only son of Mrs and the late W.T. ANDERSON, of Springburn, Scotland, to Monica Lillian, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs D.C. GRAY, of Port Elizabeth. Congratulations: 11 Alice Street.
COLEMAN – MORRIS. The marriage will take place between Doreen, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W.F. MORRIS of Sydenham, to Herbert, son of Mr and Patrick’s Church, Somers Road, Sydenham at 2.30 p.m. on the 21st October.
ELLIE – DOMINGO. The marriage will take place between Estelyn, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. DOMINGO of Port Elizabeth, to Charles, son of Mrs L. ELLIE and the late Mr ELLIE of Graaff Reinet, at St Patrick’s Church, Sydenham, Nuptial Mass, at 10 a.m. on the 21st October.
KERKHOFF – MORGAN. At Greenside, Johannesburg, on the 7th instant, Phyllis MORGAN (CASTLE), youngest daughter of Mrs R.G. and the late A.T. CASTLE and Kenneth Graham, youngest son of Mrs M. And the late W.E. KERKHOFF.
BROWN. Died at 15 Livingston Street on the 13th October, 1944, Rosie BROWN, at the age of 18 years. The Funeral will leave the above address this (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o’clock for the North End Cemetery.
DUNN. Passed peacefully away at Alicedale on the 13th October, Emma DUNN, born CASEY, beloved wife of John DUNN. Funeral at Alicedale to-day (Saturday), 14th inst., at 3 p.m.
HURWITZ. Jenny, passed peacefully away at Slurry, Transvaal, only beloved sister of Louis GREENSPAN, of New Brighton. Deeply mourned by Louis, Cecelia, Alex and Shirley.
MILLARD. Interment of ashes of the late H.J. MILLARD, who passed away at Leicester, England, on the 2nd September, 1944. A service will be held in Holy Trinity Church this (Saturday) morning at 10.30 o’clock, thence the cortege will proceed to the South End Cemetery.
P.E. ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER. NO 711 E.C. Companions of the above Chapter are requested to assemble at Holy Trinity Church, Havelock Street, this (Saturday) morning at 10.30 o’clock, for the purpose of attending the interment of ashes of our late Excellent Companion H.J. MILLARD. By order, J. KERKHOFF, M.E.Z.; W.A. McIVER, Scribe E.
PERILS. Died at 53 Rudolph Street, on the 12th October, 1944, Fredricka PERILS, at the age of 25 years. The funeral will leave the above address this (Saturday) morning at 11 o’clock for South End Cemetery.
RALPH. Passed Peacefully away at the Provincial Hospital on the 11th October, 1944, William Henry RALPH at the age of 72 years. (Late Permanent Way Inspector). Service in the Baptist Church, Smart Street, Sydenham, at 3 o’clock this (Saturday) afternoon, thence the funeral will proceed to the North End Cemetery.
STEVENS. Passed away peacefully at Johannesburg on the 13th October, 1944, William John Cotton, beloved husband of the late Margaret Lily STEVENS (nee GLEAVES) and father of Daphne and Nancy. To be interred at Bathurst.
ROLL OF HONOUR.
RENNIE. Sacred to the memory of our son, John, killed at El Alamein, on the 14th October, 1942.
TURNER. Flight Officer Morris Mush TURNER, R.A.F., only son of Mr and Mrs G. TURNER of Fullam, London, and husband of Ethel Mary BARD, of Uitenhage, who has been killed while on operational sortie over the Mediterranean. He was on operations since the outbreak of war.
KERSHAW. Pte. Lenelle Warington Blanchford, serving with the 6th Arm. Div., in Italy, reported missing on the 4th October, 1944, only son of Mr Wilfred KERSHAW of Inchkeith Hotel, Havelock Street, brother of Petal and June and nephew of Mrs F.B. NORTON, Middleton, Carlisle Bridge.
Mr Fred SHELLARD has been advised by the War Office that his son David, who was with the 1st Airborne Division at Arnham, is reported missing.
Carol BENEKE nee STEWART
Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
083 482 1482
Researching: STEWART, STONE, LUKE, BENEKE, BENECKE, VON BENECKE
and related families.
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