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From: "Carol Beneke" <>
Subject: [ZA-EC] EASTERN PROVINCE HERALD 28.09.1944
Date: Fri, 30 Dec 2011 14:11:45 +0200
EASTERN PROVINCE HERALD
Port Elizabeth, Thursday, September 28, 1944
BROWN. To Nell (nee Marquis NUTTALL), wife of Flying Officer C.A. BROWN, a bonny Son, on September 21st inst., at the Lady Chancellor Nursing Home, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia.
CHRISTIE. To Mr and Mrs CHRISTIE, of New Star Fruits, at the Elizabeth Nursing Home, on the 27th September, a Son.
CUMMINS. To F/Lt. and Mrs W CUMMINS, on the 21st inst., a Daughter, at the Provincial Hospital.
OLIVIER. To Mr and Mrs Cyril OLIVIER, of Walmer, twin Sons, at Provincial Hospital, on 26th inst.
SMYTH. To Una and Sydney, on the 26th inst., a bonny Son, at the Elizabeth Nursing Home.
STEYN. Pte. And Mrs H.E. STEYN (Johanna VAN DER WALT), 13 Doyle Street, on 25th September, a bonny Daughter.
WILLIAMS. To Captain and Mrs C.A.J. WILLIAMS (nee Ella RICHARDSON), at the Provincial Hospital, a Son, on 27th September. 1944.
GIBBENS – NICHOLS. The engagement is announced between Ethel, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs NICHOLLS of Port Elizabeth, to Sgt. Dennis GIBBENS, (R.A.F.), second son of Mr and the late Mrs GIBBENS, of Hull, England.
MOORE – ZURICH. The engagement is announced between Joan Doreen, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W.F. MOORE of Cradock, to Herman, eldest son of Mr and Mrs H.E. ZURICH of Uitenhage.
WEITZ – GREWAR. At Maclean, on the 20th September, Alethea GREWAR of Port Elizabeth, to John WEITZ of Mclean.
WILES – WAGSTAFFER. Married in the Belvidere Church, (Knysna), on the 11th September, by the Right Rev. Bishop WATTS and Cannon SHARPLES, Patricia Mary (S/Sgt. Special Signal Services) only child of Mr and Mrs Bert WAGSTAFFER, Ordsall, Grahamstown, to Henry Paul HARPER (Lt. S.A.A.F.) second son of Mr and Mrs W. WILES, Leisure Isle, Knysna.
BOUCHER. Passed away at Queenstown on 27 September, 1944, Johanna beloved wife of John BOUCHER, and mother of Mrs (Sergeant), A.J. ODENDAAL, S.A. Police, Zwartkops.
BROWN. Passed peacefully away, Brian, darling infant son, of Nell and Clarence BROWN, 23rd September, at Salisbury.
GERTSE. Passed peacefully away at No 6 Peach Street, on the 27th September, 1944, Matha Margaret, beloved wife of Johnnie GERTSE, at the age of 22 years. Service in St. Mark’s Church. To-morrow (Friday) afternoon at 2.15 o’clock, thence the funeral will proceed to the North End Cemetery.
KANNEMEYER. Passed peacefully away at 22 Hancocks Street, on the 26th September, 1944, Muriel KANNEMEYER, at the age of 18 years. Service in St Mark’s Church this (Thursday) morning at 12.15 o’clock, thence the funeral will proceed to the North End Cemetery.
LEPPAN. Derek Glyn, beloved son of Mr and Mrs J.E. LEPPAN, passed peacefully away at Elizabeth Donkin Hospital, on the 27th, at the age of 19 months. Funeral from Elizabeth Donkin to Noerth End Cemetery at 3.30 p.m. to-day.
MALGAS. Johannes MALGAS, at the age of 88 years, passed away at his residence, Kruisfontein. Beloved husband of Cathrina MALGAS. Father of Peter and Dora MALGAS.
PETERSON. Died at 65 Perl Road, on the 26th September, 1944, Dorothy PETERSON at the age of 18 years. The funeral will leave the above address this (Thursday) afternoon at four o’clock, for the North End Cemetery.
VAN RENSBURG. Called home 27 September, 1944, at Provincial Hospital, Mr E.E. VAN RENSBURG, Vlugt, Uniondale.
ROLL OF HONOUR.
RHODES. Major W.R. RHODES, D.F.C., S.A.A.F., killed up North, aged 26, third son of Mr and Mrs G.R. RHODES
MOORE. Pte. Nico Neville, 8376V, reported missing, believed wounded, 17th September, in Italy, only son of Mr and Mrs S.J. MOORE, of Stebonheath Street, Sydenham. It will be remembered that Nico was wounded in July also, but rejoined his unit later.
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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