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2 noelwoodhouse 3,457,379
3 NeilHamilton 3,292,524
4 John.F.Hall 2,507,858
5 DonnaTelfer 2,368,671
...
162 HelenLeary 252,438
163 kiethp 252,082
164 bibi 251,233
165 GrahamKelley 249,939
166 Jodphrey 247,779
167 Rebecca 246,312

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May 2018 11,012
April 2018 6,652
March 2018 13,637
February 2018 10,194
January 2018 14,847
December 2017 17,805
November 2017 14,385
October 2017 22,762
September 2017 9,866
August 2017 18,362
July 2017 14,910
June 2017 11,401
April 2017 8,289
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February 2017 13,329
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December 2016 2,434
November 2016 2,182
August 2016 61
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June 2016 4,442
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March 2016 1,887
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2 noelwoodhouse 3,457,379
3 NeilHamilton 3,292,395
4 John.F.Hall 2,507,852
5 DonnaTelfer 2,368,652
...
160 HelenLeary 252,427
161 kiethp 252,082
162 bibi 251,233
163 GrahamKelley 249,939
164 Jodphrey 247,779
165 Rebecca 246,309

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May 2018 11,012
April 2018 6,652
March 2018 13,637
February 2018 10,194
January 2018 14,847
December 2017 17,805
November 2017 14,385
October 2017 22,762
September 2017 9,866
August 2017 18,362
July 2017 14,910
June 2017 11,401
April 2017 8,289
March 2017 8,742
February 2017 13,329
January 2017 16,436
December 2016 2,434
November 2016 2,182
August 2016 61
July 2016 6,195
June 2016 4,442
May 2016 10,275
April 2016 9,718
March 2016 1,887
February 2016 116

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Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1946 page 20 2018-05-24 18:19 IN MEMORIAM
spared
—Inserted by Pearl, Peter and John.
Joan.
died of wounds in Syria, Huly 13, 1942.
and family.
Jack, Beryl and Doug.
memory of Don, who left us July 14, 1943
aunties.
and family, Crafers.
mother, who passed saway July 14, 1937.
ourc dear mother and grandmother, who
passed away Juiy 14. 1945. Forever In
toiling bands lie resting, a voice we loved
Deep in our hearts a memory Is kept.
leave us. severed are those earthly ties:
We have you In our memory.
membered by his loving motlier. father
Gods greatest gift, remembrance.
NOACK. Eudunda.—ln loving memory
passed away July 13. 1943. For ever In
hear. —Loved and alonged for always by
tlear muntv. is you.—Ever remembered by
Be knew you bad your share.
To bring dad baric to mind:
day tor the Mintaro Cemetery.
A— TUCKER'S. Florists' Goate street.
Idear mother and grandma, passed away
July 14 1944.—Ever remembered by
away July 13, 1945, and JUly 28, 1939
Katurah Charlotte Tucker (widov of
Charles Tucker) are respectfully In-
mother, who passed away July 14, 1937.
our dear mother and grandmother, who
passed away Juiy 14. 1945. Forever in
toiling hands lie resting, a voice we loved
Deep in our hearts a memory is kept.
leave us. severed are those earthly ties;
We have you in our memory.
membered by his loving mother. father
God's greatest gift, remembrance.
NOACK, Eudunda.—ln loving memory
passed away July 13. 1943. For ever in
hear. —Loved and longed for always by
dear auntv. is you.—Ever remembered by
Be knew you had your share.
To bring dad back to mind:
day for the Mintaro Cemetery.
A— TUCKER'S. Florists' Grote street.
dear mother and grandma, passed away
July 14 1944.—Ever remembered by
away July 13, 1945, and July 28, 1939
Katurah Charlotte Tucker (widow of
Charles Tucker) are respectfully in-
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1946 page 20 2018-05-24 17:58 HODDER.—A tribute of honor to Dvr.
R. W. (Dick) Hodder, who paid the
supremem sacrifice July 13, 1945.—From
Mrs. Boundy and family.
HODDER, R. W. (Dick).—In memory
of my pal, killed in allied bombing raid,
Tokio, July 13, 1945. His duty nobly
his pal
R. (Dick) Boundy.
HODDER.—In loving memory of dear
Dick, died while a P.O.W. on July 13, 1945.
Silent
—Inserted
by Mr. and Mrs. D. Morton and Francie.
KIRKLAND.—In loving memory of Reg.
died of illness P.O.W. camp, Thailand,
July 14, 1943. Honored
uncle Frank,
auntie Stella, Joy.
BLIESCHKE.—A tribute to the memory
of Keith, killed in action, Bougainville,
July 13, 1945. Beneath
rifice
Ever remembered by Laurie and Eileen
Gebert.
MEEHAM.—In loving memory of my
dear husband Thomas Leo (late 11th
F.A.B., 1st A.I.F.), who passed away
July 13, 1940. Resting
fall.—Inserted by his loving wife Dais.
MAHONEY.—In memory of my cobber
Keith, killed in action July 14, 1942.
Thoughts drift back to bygone days, life
moves
bered by Ron.
MAHONEY, K. W.—A tribute to our
pal, Pat, k.i.a., Alamein, July 14, 1942.
—Inserted by Wally and Bill Horsnell.
MAHONEY.—In loving memory of
Keith, killed in action at El Alamein,
July 14, 1942.
Lorna.
MULVIHILL.—In loving memory of our
dear son and brother Jack, killed in
Quuensland, July 13, 1943, late 2/4rd
Machine Gunners.
A little
marks
dear,
Loved ones
—Always remembered by mum, dad, and
Len.
MULVIHILL.—Treasured memories of
our dear brother Jac.
We wil
he came
How
dear
—Always remembered by his loving sister
Ruby, Lloyd and Robert.
MULVIHILL.—Treasured memories of our
dear brother Jack, killed Quuensland.
We
Beautiful
—Ever remembered by Ellie, Lewis, Bob
and Fay, Broken Hill.
MULVIHILL.—In loving memory of my
brother Jack, killed in accident, Queens-
land
lion.—Always remembered by his brother
Peter, Muriel and children.
MULVIHILL.—In loving memory of Cpl.
John, SX7035, killed result of accident,
July 13, 1943.
Deep
Of one
loving brother
Tom, and sister-in-law Peg and children.
PAYNE, F/Sgt. R.A.A.F.—In loving
memory of my deloved son Malcolm, who
lost his life in air operations, France,
July 13, 1944. A tribute also to his sic
young companions. I shall
while
ness
bered always by mother.
PAYNE, Flight-Sgt. Malcolm Henry.—
In proud and loving memory of our dear
brother Malcolm, who lost his life ove
France,
our
brother Keith
and sister-in-law Doris.
PAYNE, Flight-Sgt. M. H.—In loving
memory of Malcolm, who
France.
spared
helped
to you,
a hero's grave
Malcolm and Marjorie.
SMART.—In loving memory of Cecil
and dad, died of wounds, July 13, 1942.
Leaves
Along
Tenderly
And live again
—Inserted by Pearl, Peter and John.
SMART.—In loving memory of our dear
son and brother, Sgt. Cecil, died of wounds
El Alamein, July 13, 1942.
We have
To
Its sweetness
In memory
—Inserted by father, mother, Lance and
Joan.
SMART.—In loving memory of Cecil,
died of wounds, July 13, 1942. Loved in
life
by Audrey, Lance and children.
SMART.—In loving memory of Cecil,
—Always remembered by Merle and Frank
SMART, Sgt. Cecil.—In loving memory
of Cecil, who died of wounds July 13,
1942.—Remembered at 6 Aver av.
SMART.—In memory of Cecil, died of
wounds in Egypt, July 13, 1942.
Just
To
—Inserted by Clare, Ruby and family.
SMART, Sergeant.—A tribute of love
to the memory of Cecil, who died in
Egypt, July 13, 1942. Thoughts
back
by Rena, Gus,
Betty and Bruce.
SUTTON.—A tribute to the memory of
Eric, who died while a prisoner of war
July 14, 1943.—Always in the hearts of
his loved ones.
TODD.—In loving memory of my dear
son, Tom, A.B., killed at Beachport July
14, 1941.Evere remembered by his lov-
ing mother, brothers and sisters, brother-
in-law Jack.
TODD.—In loving memory of Tom,
accidentally killed by mine explosion, July
14, 1941. Not jus
in our thoughts.—Ever
Minnie.
TODD, Thomas William, Able Seaman,
439, R.A.N.—Cherished memories of our
dear husband and daddy, killed at
Beachport, mine explosion, July 14, 1941.
—Dearly
by his loving wife and little son.
TODD.—Loving memories of dear Tom
killed at
Resting
In perfect
—Always
mother-in-law and brothers-in-law, Bill
and Bob.
TODD.—Treasured memories of Tom,
late R.A.N.,
accident
May the
highway
by Roma,
Jack, Beryl and Doug.
TRENBERTH, J., Flying-Office.—Trea-
sured memories of Jack, who lost his life
in India, July 13, 142.—So dearly loved,
so sadly missed by mother, father and
Murray.
TUCKER.—In memory of our dear
friend, Don, who lost his life in aircraft
accident at Mallala, July 14, 1943.—
Ever remembered by Nance and Bill.
TUCKER, L.A.C., D. B.—In fond
memory of Don, who left us July 14, 1943
—Always remembered by Joan, Mr. and
Mrs. Sandercock.
WHENAN.—In memory of Desmond
(R.A.A.F.), killed result of aircraft acci-
dent, July 14, 1943. Not only
every
Mrs. George and family.
WHENAN.—In memory of dear Des,
accidentally killed, July 14, 1943.—Ever
remembered by grandma, uncles and
aunties.
WILLIAMS, G. G. G. (Nugget).—Died
while POW, Japenese hands, 1943.—Al-
ways remembered by the Creed family.
WILLIAMS, SX11385 Private Ronald
Died July 14, 1943, Thailand. Token
by mum, dad
YEATES, Flt-Lt (R.A.A.F.).— A tri-
bute to the memory of Ian, lost his life
over Rhode Island, operation duties , July
14, 1944. God's
and He
remembered by Laceys.
IN MEMORIAM
ARMES.—In loving memory of our
dearest mother and grandma, Edith, who
passed away July 13, 1941.—Always re-
membered by Maisie, Wally and rsoo.
ASHBY.—Treasured memories of Alex-
ander Thomas, a loving husband, dad,
and granddad.—Inserted by his loving
wife and family.
BANDT.—Treasured memories of our
dear mother, who passed away July 13,
1942.vEver remembered by her loving
daughters, Ivy and Mavis.
BANDT.—In loving memory of my dear
sister Em, passed away July 13, 1942.
Loving memories live forever.—Inserted
by Ida.
BANKS.—In sad but loving memory of
my dear son and only son, Dennis, died July
14, 1942 aged 17 years (result of acci-
dent).
This is a day
A day
The one
When
I thing
With grief
There
Could
—Always loved and longed for by your
sad and lonely mother.
BANKS, Dennis.—In loving memory of
my darling only son, passed away July
14, 1942.
There's a
And a
A smile
A memory
—Sadly missed by his father.
BANKS.—In loving memory of Dennis,
passed away July 14, 1942.
There is
Where
We take
To one
—Ever remembered by his sister Grace.
ROBRIDGE.—In sad loving memory of
our dear daughter Dollie, who passed
away on July 14, 194.—Sadly missed by
her loving parents, brother Fred.
ROBRIDGE.—In loving memory of
dear mother, who passed away July 14,
1944. Deep
kept
never
loving children, Evelyn, Ray, Lorna, Max,
Phyl.
ROBRIDGE.—In loving memory of
my dear sister, who passed away July 14,
1944.—Ever remembered by her sister
Annie, brother-in-law Mick.
spared
—Inserted by Pearl, Peter and John.
Joan.
Jack, Beryl and Doug.
memory of Don, who left us July 14, 1943
aunties.
my darling only son, passed away July
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1946 page 20 2018-05-24 15:14 HODDER— A tribute lo the memory of
IN MEMORIAM
HEROES OF THE EMPIRE
HODDER— A tribute to the memory of
IN MEMORIAM
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1946 page 20 2018-05-24 14:45 street. Pirie West. Aged 25 years.
of Pauline and John, and darling grand-
: dea Br*^Ser lnand k"unl,.l^e r'M^ U U r T^T^S^^^,^ ""
-Always remembered by Daisy. Charlie.
1 Is your photo in a frame.
- tion at Bougainville. July 13. 1945.
t Suo^BSiiinrtue.'jmy 13 19?^A? *?* ? ""T"^^^''JS'S^fSS ?
*? no one can steal, death leaves a heart-
?? -SSS^rf-J^T ?;-i bL 5£
i ??&-?? ssbSats^&s !escl;"
with him in a b p t ? r land-Inserted. by
us son Dick, who paid tbe supreme sacrifice
Dick, killed in air raid. Tokio. July 13. :
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1946 page 20 2018-05-24 14:35 DEATHS ( HEROES OF THE EMPIBE f IN MEMORIAM |
NICHOLS. —On July 10. Irene Cath-
erine (Rene), dearly beloved daughter of
the late Martin and Agnes McNamara.
devoted sister of Molly. Bob. Sheila.
Toddles and Frank. Her duty nobly done
RIP I of mj pal. killed in Allied bombing raid.
OSBORNE.—On July 12. at Pt. Pirie
Hospital. Marjory Jean, dearly beloved;
wife of Leslie Noel Osborne, of 14 10th
ROBERTS.—On July 12. at his resi-:
dence. Tickera road. Wallaroo (suddenly),
William, loving husband of Gladys and,
loving father of Dorothy. Ruth and Jef-
fery. Aged 56 years. At rest.
SHEGOG.—On July 11. at his residence,
3 Hughes street. North Unley. Georg*.
the dearly beloved husband of Helena t
Shegog. Aged 82 years.
SHELTON.—On July 12. at their home.
Trevor Bruce, darling infant son of Jack
and Doreen Shelton. and beloved brother
son of Floss and Jack Bailey, of 54a South
terrace. Thebarton. Aged 1 year 11
months. Safe In the arms of Jesus.
SMITH.—On July 12. at her residence. ;
Elizabeth Smith, beloved wife of the late
James Edward Smith, of Angaston. In ber;
91st year.
STUART, Charles Ronald (Ron).—On
? July 4. at 2 Beaumont street. Campsie.!
- N.6 W. the beloved husband of Leeian.
1 and son of Mrs. Stuart. Robert s reet,
Peterhead, and the late Captain C. R.
(Charlie) Stuart, brother of Violet.
r TICKLE.—At the Clare and District <
? HospiUl. on Friday. July 12. Joseph Na-
r l*i n?U T":kl f;i.i? Ved ~l Aeed ?
? and father of Ray and Gladys. Aged Bl
' yeT^Tt.-3nV July 12. at 34 W.ikervU.!
. road. St. Peters. Cecilia, dearly beloved j
[ wife of John Tieti. late of Pinn Hotel.!
' OodUwirra. loved mother of Teresa < Mrs.]
: Beresford, of St. Feterst. John <of
1 nina <Mrs. Lewrj^of *??*>*
? and Frank ?of KiTbnm). Aged 66 rears.
J- Requieseat In pace. AvkT.
snrarr.s-6 r?s? THF KMPUHr
HUUIIiS Ur mm, B>in*~HM.
~At the going down or Hie sun and In Len ' <
me morning we will remember them."
r Mnn l?dl? MaxwelL—Cherished
m^o^of^y dartu^broSrrdlS.
. row camp. Thailand. 1943. In the gar- _
den of memory we meet every day.—
Djarl, .oved.^ missed. Ivy. Bill. Why-j X
! SSSUTJWA"&t ? P?W- SSSSffiSS pStne-fnf
Hearts that love you never rorget.
. In memory you are with us yet.
r Yvonne, and Trevor Ferme.
. BUESCBEE, SX3976O.—Jn proud and JSdJ
-1 lovuig memory of my darling husband.
SgtTkelth. kUled/ in action Boungain-
: &&&BSSS f&snansgruat eS^sjgajf?J;
? ?K-fiSKnSrss S?MKisrw!S.
omrtor?et-LoSged^ for alwais by Nora
B uorr lunnrL. ""*? "?i "?" ?
. BUESCHKE.—In loving memory of our
. dear son and brother. Sgt. Keith, who
" .^^t'lear-^- yonW'con^anlot^fsSiS remenmer S^b
- Sw^cn-wf ff-^%l?^ SJff^eJTSbJ'SPB.f S?? r tSJ
r Dearly loved and so Badly missed. France.
: —Ever remembered by his loving mother,
? father. ?fax. Coral. Donald and Brian.
BUESCHKE —In loving memory or
- Sgt. H. K. Blieschke. kffled, Boogaln-
- vibe July 13 19*5.
- There Is a grave so far inr
Where our thought* will always stray,
- There they laid oar darling brother
Just a rear ago today. to you. dear ??>?'??
- —Always remembered. Glad, Keith, Jean-1
.. ette.
BUESCHKE H BL—ln loving memory!
-1 of onr dear brother, killed In action,
Bougainville, July 13. 1945.
, You left behind some aching bearta
That loved you most sincere.
- They never have and never win
- Forget you. brother, dear.
1 —Ever remembered by Let. Dorothy and
Joyieen.
BUESCHKE. Set. H. K-—ln loving
r memory of our dear brother. Keith, killed
itn action. July 13. 1945.
! A nature one could not help loving.
u A heart more precious than goW.
To all who kneiT and loved hta
His memory will never grow old.
?We think of you in silence
r And often speak your name,
- But all that is left to airnrer Sfe?
—Sadly missed bv his brother. Norm, and s-alir Lib ,
m sister-in-law. UL Hi^Xrii^Js? inSvrSjnlV S W42
? BUESCBKE, Sgt. KeltH.-KiUed In .e-
4 A little white cross a long way from here
, -?vS
- Ivy. nieces and nephews.
y BUESCHKE.—In fon# memory ?f *"?***J n t 3g!? f,i.
2 Ketto. killed In action, July 13. 19*5.
Honored with AustralU's brave.^ATways _
~ remembered by Uncle Fred, Aunt May -
t and Ted.
i. BUESCHKE. HK_ But.—A tribute to
'- Hi?^So7r?f OTrSaLKeiUb Wled tat^sTPt.
ways remembered by his pals. Mel. Luke.
U Vic and Lionel. ,
.1 MJESTHKF, 5X39760—1n proud mem- -
t. arr ot Sgt. Keith, killed In action. Bou-
ie gainville. July 13. 1945. Far away tn a
soldier's grave be rests with Australia's
?- brave, fals duty nobly Sone.—lnserted by
k his father-to-law, W. Gebert.
3. waww&u W-Km.,. in loviiUE memoir of
?. deSKSnT^klSed iTScrioufSoSalS:
1. vllle. July 13. 1945. Remembered by ta^*?
Dnde Bert. Aunt Doris and Jack.
it BUESCHKE. Set. H. K. In lovlna
i- n^SrFbfdeir l£itbrkiSSiS .cuS? ??? J^*l^^ J^J^^^J^S
<- Bongainville. on July 13. 1945. We have
d you in our memory. God has you In His
care. -Inserted by granny and uncle Stan.
\ sp^rSS S^KSS e^St!
U '?SSa^ Om^ to the memory
vmrn^ 3psi& s^ii
i' EJSSJSrGftS; iZ. "? U4S- J£f& 2 a aS?Br il S£. 1?VS& hefSnlSer^J^T^f-in'Sw-Ken!'l^
FAKRANT.—In loving, memory of my
dear son. who was killed on service,
i- July 14, 1941. As I look upon your
at Picture and see your smiling face, a silent
i- thought and many a tear for the one I
e. loved to dean memories are a treasure
Is acne no one can Deal, no matter w?at
Sfi y^L!LmiLi>rS gpJSTU3LmISI?JIeS
'" SJL^T^JSSL.^ ?^-inSSS JSSiiT
, r Always remembered by Ws loving mother,
d FARRAMT.—In loving memory of my
??- dear brother Ray. trho was killed on
service July 14. 1941. Sudden and sad
e. was the parting, bitterly cruel was the
in blow, bow sadly we have missed you
- dear Ray no, one will ever know, we miss
n, the sound of your voice, the sound of
your footsteps near, our sad hearts are
? S"r lo2on£J? rri he b.^ her "p
~ <i?ir.—Longed for always. Phil and
jj "?? K. A.. 8X642..^ .oving a
- wfflTp^wriSS ir&, "^r SS 2-~3 by'Vanum.*- JS.-5S S^^^^n
*- (MrbTa. *onehts—In?rted "y P*l ??*
r- Z^U-KT R a rar??M 1 lovta "
3 memory of our pel t?eg.
*' wUtat a P.OW.. Jnly 13. 1943. Not Just
t ?SsfS &&gEtrases SSSXS-^^
?? every truth by those who gave unstlnt-
a lnitly and gladly the scarce-unfolded
"? splendor of their youth, and may God
n help us to be worthy of the sacrifice he
J- paid.—lnserted by loving mum and <Ud.
sinnn? t^ ..~-i.^i n ? „,_„_.
£ brfn^ofOTTdarUngTroSer*Dick!^^'
S" whilst P.O.W. Japan July 13 1345 &J
mln the prime of his life God claimed
sat the d?wn of his manhood days. None
knew him but to love him. none men-
. ttoned his name but In praise. Behind
*? all shadows stanepth God.—lnserted by
~ his loving sister Dawn and broUwr-in-
ra- law Keith. BANDT.—In loving memory or
Bt. HODDER.—In loving memory or my
ao brother Dick, killed while prisoner of war
>st in Japan July 13. 1945, AXF He will
Ie- walk beside me through the coming years.
*. and when tUe great call comes ril be
n his only brother Robin.
irt HODDEB.—In proud and oooored
no I memory of onr dear brother Dick killed
jin Japan iP.O.W.i. July 13. 1945. AJ.F.
si ISad and sudden was the parting, bitter
m.'. cruel the blow, how sadly we have missed
o'.you no one on earth will ever know.—
Ever remembered always by his sister
6 , I Ruth ?nd brother-in-law Rex.
sj? 1 RODDER-—ln sacred memory of our
ira uncle Dick, killed in Japan IP.O W.i. July
a. ! 13. 1945. AJ F. He was young we say.
j he was killed and died for us. Let us
... remember him.—lnserted by his loving
ld ! nephews Dean. Barry. Richard.
of HODDER.—In memory of my grand-
in Japsn July 13. 1945 iP.O.W.t. AJ.F.
. We never miss the sunshine until the
shadows fall.—Remembered slways by bis
gj loving grandmother. E. A. WOloughby.
x- HODDER.—A tribute or honor to Dick.
killed July 13. Japan.
Silent memories, true and tender.
?'i Just to show we still remember.
,!*? —Inserted bv Mr.-Mrs. Gassner and;
"?{ family.
ad HODDER.—Dick, died July 13. 1945.
i r _. P.O.W„ Japan. A thought for today, a, a?av on July 14. 1944.—Sadlv missed by
es _, memory lor ever.—lnserted by Ivy Grif-
fltns-
ir _ HODDER.—A tribute tn the memory a: '
lt Richard William (Dicki Hodder. killed at'
Bt '-! Tokio. July 13. 1945. Tour memory will
n^lbe cherished with the passing of the
-?* years—Opcle Pat Auntie Blanche and
3is cousins Din. Bob. John and Brian.
HODDER.—A tribute to the memory of
Dick, killed in air raid. Tokio. July 13. :
1945. Not only today, but everv day,I
remember.—lnserted by his pal Cecil.
Dick, killed in air raid. Tokio. July 13. :
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1946 page 20 2018-05-23 17:55 months. Safe In the arms of Jesus. | MEEHAN.—In loving memory of my
SMITH.—On July 12. at her residence. ; dear husband Thomas Leo flate 11th
Elizabeth Smith, beloved wife of the late PAB. Ist A.1.F.1. who passed away
James Edward Smith, of Angaston. In ber; July 13. 1940. Resting where no shadows
91st year. j [all.—lnserted by his loving wife Dais.
? July 4. at 2 Beaumont street. Campsie.! Keith, killed in aciion July 14. 1942.
- N.6 W. the beloved husband of Leeian. 1 Thoughts drift back to bygone days. lU<-
1 and son of Mrs. Stuart. Robert s reet, | moves on. memories stay.—Ever remem- mrri.F R In ini-inu memnrv of our:1
r TICKLE.—At the Clare and District < pal, Pat . k.La.. Alameiu July 14. 1942. and Era ?
? HospiUl. on Friday. July 12. Joseph Na- | —Inserted by WaUy and Bill Horsnell.
r l*i n?U T":kl f;i.i? Ved ~l Aeed ? "AHONE¥.-In loving memory of dear brother and uncle*
? and father of Ray and Gladys. Aged Bl k^u, kutod m action ?t El Alameiu. j
' yeT^Tt.-3nV July 12. at 34 W.ikervU.! 14 ??-*?-??. remembered by
. road. St. Peters. Cecilia, dearly beloved j MULVIHILL.—In loving memory of our
[ wife of John Tieti. late of Pinn Hotel.! aeJV^niS brothw Jac£l3ued
' OodUwirra. loved mother of Teresa < Mrs.] QM^£nd ""J , U£J 1943 late 2/3rd 1
: Beresford, of St. Feterst. John <of ?in-13£"ne Gunner*
1 nina <Mrs. Lewrj^of *??*>*l'- a little white cross .a long wav from here.
? and Frank ?of KiTbnm). Aged 66 rears. Marks tht Ust rating ptace of one ?<,
snrarr.s-6 r?s? THF KMPUHr ko??d ones go with words unspoken.
HUUIIiS Ur mm, B>in*~HM. —Always remembered by mum. dad. and
me morning we will remember them." MULVIHfLL-—Treasured memories of
r Mnn l?dl? MaxwelL—Cherished our dear bropjer Jack.
m^o^of^y dartu^broSrrdlS.We -mi ?jr fc. tfo morning who,
. row camp. Thailand. 1943. In the gar- _- m . n'c", me, t2?*VL, BISr2JI_, _~>, h i.
den of memory we meet every day.— j Bow he told rami to worry with bii
! SSSUTJWA"&t ? P?W- SSSSffiSS pStne-fnf bro^^w^Bu^ *-
Hearts that love you never rorget. SSIFISLS D berS SI kSL Bob
. In memory you are with us yet. lii ILJTSSSSTi.iii "w* ">" &„
-Always remembered by Daisy. Charlie. "^Za^ Bi? ke? ,
r Yvonne, and Trevor Ferme. broSJ^acfc^SSi 'ufScSenVljuln^
. BUESCBEE, SX3976O.—Jn proud and JSdJttl? 13 19? 2/3rd aG fIStS- ???
-1 lovuig memory of my darling husband. n^Lj^vT'nOTembered bv his broker -
SgtTkelth. kUled/ in action Boungain- 2^rMu?W aSd^nadren ""?
omrtor?et-LoSged^ for alwais by NorT -Ever'remembered by bis loving brother
B uorr lunnrL. ""*? "?i "?" ??????- ?ister-In^aw Pel and children, l
. BUESCHKE.—In loving memory of our Ji? T /it ?w p T 10IL
. dear son and brother. Sgt. Keith, who '*?E-, JTi'sS^^miiilnTirntarSK *>??*
-. gjje bis life at Bougainville. July 13. -~-J o^n,? MM ££*£*£**>
" .^^t'lear-^- yonW'con^anlot^fsSiS remenmer S^bSlffSSJ.'iV.^S^S
r Dearly loved and so Badly missed. France. July 13. 1044. We have you in
: —Ever remembered by his loving mother, oor memory. God .!?? .you In His care.
? father. ?fax. Coral. Donald and Brian. —Always remembered by brother Keith
BUESCHKE —In loving memory or "a sister-in-Uw Doris.
- Sgt. H. K. Blieschke. kffled, Boogaln- PATNE. Flight-Sgt. It. H.—ln loving
- vibe July 13 19*5. memory at Malcolm, who lost fals life over
- There Is a grave so far inr France. July 13. 1944. Ton were not
Where our thought* will always stray, spared to cee the peace In a country you
- There they laid oar darling brother helped to save, hat our thoughts gs oat
Just a rear ago today. to you. dear ??>?'?? where yon lie tn
- —Always remembered. Glad, Keith, Jean-1 a hero's grave.—Always remembered by
.. ette. Malcolm and Marjorle.
BUESCHKE H BL—ln loving memory! SMART.—In loving memory oT Cecil
-1 of onr dear brother, killed In action,land dad. died of wounds. July 13. 1942.
Bougainville, July 13. 1945. Leaves of memory softly tall
, You left behind some aching bearta Along the wind-swept way,
That loved you most sincere. Tenderly we count them all
- They never have and never win And live again those yesterdays.
- Forget you. brother, dear. —Inserted by Pearl. Peter and John. i
1 —Ever remembered by Let. Dorothy and SMART.—In loving memory of onr dear
Joyieen. son and brother. Sgt. Cecil, died of wounds.
BUESCHKE. Set. H. K-—ln loving El Alamein. July 13. 1942.
r memory of our dear brother. Keith, killed We have a beautiful memory
itn action. July 13. 1945. To treasure our whole lire through.
! A nature one could not help loving. Its sweetness will linger tor ever. ,
u A heart more precious than goW. In memory, dear Cecil, of yon.
To all who kneiT and loved hta —Inserted by lather, mother. Lance and
His memory will never grow old. Joan.
?We think of you in silence SMART—In loving memory of Cecil.
r And often speak your name, dieH „, wounds July 13 1943. Loved
- But all that is left to airnrer Sfe? hSnoredta des&.-JSver remembered
1 Is your photo in a frame. by Audrey Lance and children.
—Sadly missed bv his brother. Norm, and s-alir Lib , oving memory of Cec?,
- tion at Bougainville. July 13. 1945. and family
4 A little white cross a long way from here ?mart srt. Cecil In lovina memoir'd
, -?vS reSembered byhi. lovta, ***. tl^-?--l
- Ivy. nieces and nephews. SMART.-^toi memory of C^O, died of
2 Ketto. killed In action, July 13. 19*5. i"" ? ioks n' rf S? ltJ?2nJS? der'
Honored with AustralU's brave.^ATways _T?j£S*?JS!L "SSbTind familv ?
~ remembered by Uncle Fred, Aunt May -*Mrtea byCUre, Ruby and family. u .
t and Ted. SMART. Sergeant.—A tribute of love le fT us a ,^o.
i. BUESCHKE. HK_ But.—A tribute to ig the memory or Cecil, who died to _
'- Hi?^So7r?f OTrSaLKeiUb Wled tat^sTPt. July 13. 1942. Thoughts drift
ways remembered by his pals. Mel. Luke. semori?5 emori?
U Vic and Lionel. , ? ?. „. 1
.1 MJESTHKF, 5X39760—1n proud mem- -Jfol^'!^* 2^. to n £! Ol E
t. arr ot Sgt. Keith, killed In action. Bou- f?- ,w??. < d?d ?2f „? iSTJ^h—Jt^S
ie gainville. July 13. 1945. Far away tn a £"J Vtoid^Si W "
soldier's grave be rests with Australia's *"* Smtd ODa- a
?- brave, fals duty nobly Sone.—lnserted by TODD.—In loving memory of my dear .
k his father-to-law, W. Gebert. aon Tom. A3, killed at Beachport Julw gr
3. waww&u W-Km.,. in loviiUE memoir of 14. 1941-—Ever remembered by Ills lo?-
?. deSKSnT^klSed iTScrioufSoSalS: ing mother brothers and .Ist.?, broths
Dnde Bert. Aunt Doris and Jack. TODD-—to lovtog memorv of Twn. O
it BUESCHKE. Set. H. K. In lovlna accidentally lolled by mine explosion. July a
<- Bongainville. on July 13. 1945. We have thoughts.-Bver remembered b? ,
d you in our memory. God has you In His le" „_ ' ? ,
care. -Inserted by granny and uncle Stan. TODD. JtonMs William. Able Seaman.
U '?SSa^ Om^ to the memory dear Tom £5,,?"-"" * "<
FAKRANT.—In loving, memory of my highway be found in God's garden of grandchildren Marten. Bussell. Janice.
dear son. who was killed on service, rest.—Always remembered by Bom.
i- July 14, 1941. As I look upon your Jack. Beryl and Doug.
at Picture and see your smiling face, a silent TKENBEBTH. J Flvlng-OOcer —Trea-
i- thought and many a tear for the one I sored, memories of JackTwholost bis We
e. loved to dean memories are a treasure m xnto, Jul _ u 1942X-B0 dearly loyed. r
*? no one can steal, death leaves a heart- <? saji, missed by mother. lather and burr.
Is acne no one can Deal, no matter w?at Mnrray.
Sfi y^L!LmiLi>rS gpJSTU3LmISI?JIeS TUCKER.—In memory of our dear
'" SJL^T^JSSL.^ ?^-inSSS JSSiiT trtend. Don, who lost bis Ufe in aircralt
, r Always remembered by Ws loving mother, accident at Mallala. July 14 1943—Ever
d FARRAMT.—In loving memory of my remembered by Nance and Bill. ,
??- dear brother Ray. trho was killed on Tuubar. LA.C D B —In fond
service July 14. 1941. Sudden and sad memory of Don. who left us July'l4 1943
e. was the parting, bitterly cruel was the —Always remembered. Joan. Mr and
in blow, bow sadly we have missed you Mrs Sandercock dear son Brian,
- dear Ray no, one will ever know, we miss WHEKAN —In memory or Desmond a-
n, the sound of your voice, the sound of , B T"Tj" 1 kilS Ssnltlf alrri^tt?^
your footsteps near, our sad hearts are _~_, j u k-" 14 1943 Not onlv todav but
? S"r lo2on£J? rri he b.^ her "phS^aS ?^ daV we remember-
~ <i?ir.—Longed for always. Phil and jj^ George and family
jj "?? K. A.. 8X642..^ .oving a JSS^^-^^"^^?'^-^ *SP£ttF2S,TSr&f *Ti
*- (MrbTa. *onehts—In?rted "y P*l ??* WHXIAMS. G. G. G <Nugget>.-O!ed
r- Z^U-KT R a rar??M 1 lovta "rhu? K)W. Japanese handTlW^Al-
?? -SSS^rf-J^T ?;-i bL 5£S "ys remembered by UwCreed family. <
3 memory of our pel t?eg. wno died om?????c c-r,,-?,c ?_i . n ~,
*' wUtat a P.OW.. Jnly 13. 1943. Not Just _gS^^aBsM%s£nd
?? every truth by those who gave unstlnt- TO aavunDvama
a lnitly and gladly the scarce-unfolded ?* MEMORIAM
"? splendor of their youth, and may God *RMES.—In loving memory of our
n help us to be worthy of the sacrifice he dearest mother and grandma, Edith, who
J- paid.—lnserted by loving mum and <Ud. passed away July 13. 1941.—Always re-
sinnn? t^ ..~-i.^i n ? „,_„_. membered by Maisie. Wally. and Ross
£ brfn^ofOTTdarUngTroSer*Dick!^^' ASHBY.-Treasured memories of Alex-
S" whilst P.O.W. Japan July 13 1345 &J F ""der Thomas, a loving husband, dad,
mln the prime of his life God claimed himl u" granddad.—lnserted by his loving
sat the d?wn of his manhood days. None "1I? ?nd famUy.
knew him but to love him. none men- BANDT.—Treasured memories of our
. ttoned his name but In praise. Behind dear mother, who passed away July 13.
*? all shadows stanepth God.—lnserted by 1942.—Ever remembered by ber loving
~ his loving sister Dawn and broUwr-in- daughters. Ivy and Mavis.
ra- law Keith. BANDT.—In loving memory or my dear
Bt. HODDER.—In loving memory or my sister Em. passed away July 13. 1942.
ao brother Dick, killed while prisoner of war Loving memories live forever.—lnserted
>st in Japan July 13. 1945, AXF He will by Ida.
Ie- walk beside me through the coming years. BANKS. In sad but loving memory of
*. and when tUe great call comes ril be mT dear^ind only son Denrii* died July l ???* ?""?
with him in a b p t ? r land-Inserted. by 14^ ?Its. aged 17 ywrs .result of ,J^!
n his only brother Robin. denti
irt HODDEB.—In proud and oooored ! This day is a day or remembrance.
no I memory of onr dear brother Dick killed ; A day I will never forget.
jin Japan iP.O.W.i. July 13. 1945. AJ.F. The one I will always remember
si ISad and sudden was the parting, bitter When the ro.u of the world forgets
m.'. cruel the blow, how sadly we have missed I thing of you in -silence, dear.
o'.you no one on earth will ever know.— With grief tbat is deep and true;
Ever remembered always by his sister There is always that sad kinging.
6 , I Ruth ?nd brother-in-law Rex. | Could I only speak ts> you.
sj? 1 RODDER-—ln sacred memory of our —Always loved and longed for by your
ira uncle Dick, killed in Japan IP.O W.i. July sad and lonely mother.
a. ! 13. 1945. AJ F. He was young we say. BANKS. Dennis. In loving memory of
j he was killed and died for us. Let us my darling only son. passed away July Too beautiful for this earth.
... remember him.—lnserted by his loving 14 1942
ld ! nephews Dean. Barry. Richard. There's a face that is always with ma and father.
of HODDER.—In memory of my grand- And a voice I long to heir.
us son Dick, who paid tbe supreme sacrifice A smile 1 will always remember.
in Japsn July 13. 1945 iP.O.W.t. AJ.F. A memory precious and dear.
. We never miss the sunshine until the —Sadly missed by hie father.
shadows fall.—Remembered slways by bis BANKS.—In loving memory or Dennis.
gj loving grandmother. E. A. WOloughby. passed away July 14. 1942.
x- HODDER.—A tribute or honor to Dick. There is a road called remembrance.
killed July 13. Japan. Where thoughts and wishes meet.
Silent memories, true and tender. We take that road in silence Loved ones go with words unspoken.
?'i Just to show we still remember. To one we cannot greet.
,!*? —Inserted bv Mr.-Mrs. Gassner and; —Ever remembered by his sister Grace.
"?{ family. BOBBIDGE—In sad loving memory of,
ad HODDER.—Dick, died July 13. 1945.! our dear daughter Dollie who passed
es _, memory lor ever.—lnserted by Ivy Grif-j r er loving parents, brother Fred. :
fltns- ! BOBBIDGE -In loving memory or our
ir _ HODDER.—A tribute tn the memory a: ' drar motner. who passed away Ju;y 14. '?
lt Richard William (Dicki Hodder. killed at' 1944. Deep in our hearts a memory is
Bt '-! Tokio. July 13. 1945. Tour memory will' kept or a mo her we all loved and will
n^lbe cherished with the passing of the never forpet.—Alrav* remembered by her ntuj
-?* years—Opcle Pat Auntie Blanche and : loving children. Evelyn. R=y. Lorna. M...
3is cousins Din. Bob. John and Brian. Phyl.
HODDER.—A tribute to the memory of BOBBIDGE. —In loving ineinorv tt
Dick, killed in air raid. Tokio. July 13. :my d-sr fir**:-, who passed mi J-jiy 14.
1945. Not only today, but everv day,I 1944. —Ever remembered by her sister
remember.—lnserted by his pal Cecil. Acnle, brother-in-law Mick.
months. Safe In the arms of Jesus.
SMITH.—On July 12. at her residence. ;
Elizabeth Smith, beloved wife of the late
James Edward Smith, of Angaston. In ber;
91st year.
? July 4. at 2 Beaumont street. Campsie.!
- N.6 W. the beloved husband of Leeian.
1 and son of Mrs. Stuart. Robert s reet,
r TICKLE.—At the Clare and District <
? HospiUl. on Friday. July 12. Joseph Na-
r l*i n?U T":kl f;i.i? Ved ~l Aeed ?
? and father of Ray and Gladys. Aged Bl
' yeT^Tt.-3nV July 12. at 34 W.ikervU.!
. road. St. Peters. Cecilia, dearly beloved j
[ wife of John Tieti. late of Pinn Hotel.!
' OodUwirra. loved mother of Teresa < Mrs.]
: Beresford, of St. Feterst. John <of
1 nina <Mrs. Lewrj^of *??*>*
? and Frank ?of KiTbnm). Aged 66 rears.
snrarr.s-6 r?s? THF KMPUHr
HUUIIiS Ur mm, B>in*~HM.
me morning we will remember them."
r Mnn l?dl? MaxwelL—Cherished
m^o^of^y dartu^broSrrdlS.
. row camp. Thailand. 1943. In the gar- _
den of memory we meet every day.—
! SSSUTJWA"&t ? P?W- SSSSffiSS pStne-fnf
Hearts that love you never rorget.
. In memory you are with us yet.
-Always remembered by Daisy. Charlie.
r Yvonne, and Trevor Ferme.
. BUESCBEE, SX3976O.—Jn proud and JSdJ
-1 lovuig memory of my darling husband.
SgtTkelth. kUled/ in action Boungain-
omrtor?et-LoSged^ for alwais by Nora
B uorr lunnrL. ""*? "?i "?" ?
. BUESCHKE.—In loving memory of our
. dear son and brother. Sgt. Keith, who
" .^^t'lear-^- yonW'con^anlot^fsSiS remenmer S^b
r Dearly loved and so Badly missed. France.
: —Ever remembered by his loving mother,
? father. ?fax. Coral. Donald and Brian.
BUESCHKE —In loving memory or
- Sgt. H. K. Blieschke. kffled, Boogaln-
- vibe July 13 19*5.
- There Is a grave so far inr
Where our thought* will always stray,
- There they laid oar darling brother
Just a rear ago today. to you. dear ??>?'??
- —Always remembered. Glad, Keith, Jean-1
.. ette.
BUESCHKE H BL—ln loving memory!
-1 of onr dear brother, killed In action,
Bougainville, July 13. 1945.
, You left behind some aching bearta
That loved you most sincere.
- They never have and never win
- Forget you. brother, dear.
1 —Ever remembered by Let. Dorothy and
Joyieen.
BUESCHKE. Set. H. K-—ln loving
r memory of our dear brother. Keith, killed
itn action. July 13. 1945.
! A nature one could not help loving.
u A heart more precious than goW.
To all who kneiT and loved hta
His memory will never grow old.
?We think of you in silence
r And often speak your name,
- But all that is left to airnrer Sfe?
1 Is your photo in a frame.
—Sadly missed bv his brother. Norm, and s-alir Lib ,
- tion at Bougainville. July 13. 1945.
4 A little white cross a long way from here
, -?vS
- Ivy. nieces and nephews.
2 Ketto. killed In action, July 13. 19*5.
Honored with AustralU's brave.^ATways _
~ remembered by Uncle Fred, Aunt May -
t and Ted.
i. BUESCHKE. HK_ But.—A tribute to
'- Hi?^So7r?f OTrSaLKeiUb Wled tat^sTPt.
ways remembered by his pals. Mel. Luke.
U Vic and Lionel. ,
.1 MJESTHKF, 5X39760—1n proud mem- -
t. arr ot Sgt. Keith, killed In action. Bou-
ie gainville. July 13. 1945. Far away tn a
soldier's grave be rests with Australia's
?- brave, fals duty nobly Sone.—lnserted by
k his father-to-law, W. Gebert.
3. waww&u W-Km.,. in loviiUE memoir of
?. deSKSnT^klSed iTScrioufSoSalS:
Dnde Bert. Aunt Doris and Jack.
it BUESCHKE. Set. H. K. In lovlna
<- Bongainville. on July 13. 1945. We have
d you in our memory. God has you In His
care. -Inserted by granny and uncle Stan.
U '?SSa^ Om^ to the memory
FAKRANT.—In loving, memory of my
dear son. who was killed on service,
i- July 14, 1941. As I look upon your
at Picture and see your smiling face, a silent
i- thought and many a tear for the one I
e. loved to dean memories are a treasure
*? no one can steal, death leaves a heart-
Is acne no one can Deal, no matter w?at
Sfi y^L!LmiLi>rS gpJSTU3LmISI?JIeS
'" SJL^T^JSSL.^ ?^-inSSS JSSiiT
, r Always remembered by Ws loving mother,
d FARRAMT.—In loving memory of my
??- dear brother Ray. trho was killed on
service July 14. 1941. Sudden and sad
e. was the parting, bitterly cruel was the
in blow, bow sadly we have missed you
- dear Ray no, one will ever know, we miss
n, the sound of your voice, the sound of
your footsteps near, our sad hearts are
? S"r lo2on£J? rri he b.^ her "p
~ <i?ir.—Longed for always. Phil and
jj "?? K. A.. 8X642..^ .oving a
*- (MrbTa. *onehts—In?rted "y P*l ??*
r- Z^U-KT R a rar??M 1 lovta "
?? -SSS^rf-J^T ?;-i bL 5£
3 memory of our pel t?eg.
*' wUtat a P.OW.. Jnly 13. 1943. Not Just
?? every truth by those who gave unstlnt-
a lnitly and gladly the scarce-unfolded
"? splendor of their youth, and may God
n help us to be worthy of the sacrifice he
J- paid.—lnserted by loving mum and <Ud.
sinnn? t^ ..~-i.^i n ? „,_„_.
£ brfn^ofOTTdarUngTroSer*Dick!^^'
S" whilst P.O.W. Japan July 13 1345 &J
mln the prime of his life God claimed
sat the d?wn of his manhood days. None
knew him but to love him. none men-
. ttoned his name but In praise. Behind
*? all shadows stanepth God.—lnserted by
~ his loving sister Dawn and broUwr-in-
ra- law Keith. BANDT.—In loving memory or
Bt. HODDER.—In loving memory or my
ao brother Dick, killed while prisoner of war
>st in Japan July 13. 1945, AXF He will
Ie- walk beside me through the coming years.
*. and when tUe great call comes ril be
with him in a b p t ? r land-Inserted. by
n his only brother Robin.
irt HODDEB.—In proud and oooored
no I memory of onr dear brother Dick killed
jin Japan iP.O.W.i. July 13. 1945. AJ.F.
si ISad and sudden was the parting, bitter
m.'. cruel the blow, how sadly we have missed
o'.you no one on earth will ever know.—
Ever remembered always by his sister
6 , I Ruth ?nd brother-in-law Rex.
sj? 1 RODDER-—ln sacred memory of our
ira uncle Dick, killed in Japan IP.O W.i. July
a. ! 13. 1945. AJ F. He was young we say.
j he was killed and died for us. Let us
... remember him.—lnserted by his loving
ld ! nephews Dean. Barry. Richard.
of HODDER.—In memory of my grand-
us son Dick, who paid tbe supreme sacrifice
in Japsn July 13. 1945 iP.O.W.t. AJ.F.
. We never miss the sunshine until the
shadows fall.—Remembered slways by bis
gj loving grandmother. E. A. WOloughby.
x- HODDER.—A tribute or honor to Dick.
killed July 13. Japan.
Silent memories, true and tender.
?'i Just to show we still remember.
,!*? —Inserted bv Mr.-Mrs. Gassner and;
"?{ family.
ad HODDER.—Dick, died July 13. 1945.
es _, memory lor ever.—lnserted by Ivy Grif-
fltns-
ir _ HODDER.—A tribute tn the memory a: '
lt Richard William (Dicki Hodder. killed at'
Bt '-! Tokio. July 13. 1945. Tour memory will
n^lbe cherished with the passing of the
-?* years—Opcle Pat Auntie Blanche and
3is cousins Din. Bob. John and Brian.
HODDER.—A tribute to the memory of
Dick, killed in air raid. Tokio. July 13. :
1945. Not only today, but everv day,I
remember.—lnserted by his pal Cecil.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1946 page 20 2018-05-23 17:20 NICHOLS. —On July 10. Irene Cath-1 ROODEB A tribute of honor to Dvr.
erine (Rene), dearly beloved daughter of B. W. iDickt Hodder. who paid lh?
the late Martin and Agnes McNamara.' supreme sacrifice July 13. 1945.—Fr0m
devoted sister of Molly. Bob. Sheila. | Mrs Bound; and family.
Toddles and Frank. Her duty nobly done 1 BODDEK. R. W. <Diekl. In memorv
OSBORNE.—On July 12. at Pt. Pirie Tokio. July 13. 1945. His duty nobly
Hospital. Marjory Jean, dearly beloved; done.—Always remembered by bis pal
wife of Leslie Noel Osborne, of 14 10th R iDicki Boundy.
street. Pirie West. Aged 25 years. HODDER.—In loving memory or deal
ROBERTS.—On July 12. at his resi-: Dirk, died while P.O.W. on July 13. 1945
dence. Tickera road. Wallaroo (suddenly), Silent memories, true and tender, just ?>i>au-*t t i * — — ?r
William, loving husband of Gladys and, to show we still remember—lnserted „J~ lYSLT^Zh lm' **!" ?7 tSi Vi
loving father of Dorothy. Ruth and Jef-jfcy Mr. and Mrs. D. Morton and Prancie. f|?J fa' hS- "h. D, P"*l *l mwa>li JulJ, "?!
fery. Aged 56 years. At rest. KIRKLAND.-In loving memory ol Reg.
SHEGOG.—On July 11. at his residence, died of illness P.O.W. camp. Thailand,
3 Hughes street. North Unley. Georg*. July 14. 1943. Honored with Australia's "I!*?!a "J nM loving sons ttoy aoo vie.
the dearly beloved husband of Helena t brave.—Remembered by uncle Frank.
Shegog. Aged 82 years. I auntie Stella. Joy.
SHELTON.—On July 12. at their home.! BUESCHKE.—A tribute to the memorj
Trevor Bruce, darling infant son of Jack lof Keith, lolled in action. Bougainville.
and Doreen Shelton. and beloved brother I July 13. 1945. Beneath the cross of ?r
of Pauline and John, and darling grand- riflce he lies among the honored brave.—
son of Floss and Jack Bailey, of 54a South j Ever remembered T>y Laurie and Eileen Y||J
terrace. Thebarton. Aged 1 year 11 Gebert.
NICHOLS. —On July 10. Irene Cath-
erine (Rene), dearly beloved daughter of
the late Martin and Agnes McNamara.
devoted sister of Molly. Bob. Sheila.
Toddles and Frank. Her duty nobly done
OSBORNE.—On July 12. at Pt. Pirie
Hospital. Marjory Jean, dearly beloved;
wife of Leslie Noel Osborne, of 14 10th
street. Pirie West. Aged 25 years.
ROBERTS.—On July 12. at his resi-:
dence. Tickera road. Wallaroo (suddenly),
William, loving husband of Gladys and,
loving father of Dorothy. Ruth and Jef-
fery. Aged 56 years. At rest.
SHEGOG.—On July 11. at his residence,
3 Hughes street. North Unley. Georg*.
the dearly beloved husband of Helena t
Shegog. Aged 82 years.
SHELTON.—On July 12. at their home.
Trevor Bruce, darling infant son of Jack
and Doreen Shelton. and beloved brother
of Pauline and John, and darling grand-
son of Floss and Jack Bailey, of 54a South
terrace. Thebarton. Aged 1 year 11
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1946 page 20 2018-05-23 17:12 ROBRIDGE.—In loving memory of
my darling only son, passed away July
14, 1942.
There's a
And a
A smile
A memory
—Sadly missed by his father.
passed away July 14, 1942.
There is
Where
We take
To one
—Ever remembered by his sister Grace.
our dear daughter Dollie, who passed
away on July 14, 194.—Sadly missed by
her loving parents, brother Fred.
dear mother, who passed away July 14,
1944. Deep
kept
never
loving children, Evelyn, Ray, Lorna, Max,
Phyl.
my dear sister, who passed away July 14,
1944.—Ever remembered by her sister
Annie, brother-in-law Mick.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1946 page 20 2018-05-23 17:06 to Eric, only son of Mr. snd Mrs. A.
BANKS. Dennis.—ln loving memory of
ASHBY.—Treasured memories of
BANDT.—Treasuerd memories of our
BANKS.—In sad but loving memory of
to Eric, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
BANKS, Dennis.—ln loving memory of
dearest mother and grandma, Edith, who
passed away July 13, 1941.—Always re-
membered by Maisie, Wally and rsoo.
ASHBY.—Treasured memories of Alex-
ander Thomas, a loving husband, dad,
and granddad.—Inserted by his loving
wife and family.
BANDT.—Treasured memories of our
dear mother, who passed away July 13,
1942.vEver remembered by her loving
daughters, Ivy and Mavis.
sister Em, passed away July 13, 1942.
Loving memories live forever.—Inserted
by Ida.
my dear son and only son, Dennis, died July
14, 1942 aged 17 years (result of acci-
dent).
This is a day
A day
The one
When
I thing
With grief
There
Could
—Always loved and longed for by your
sad and lonely mother.
Family Notices (Family Notices), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Saturday 13 July 1946 page 20 2018-05-23 15:33 TRENBERTH, J., Flying-Office.—
YEATES, Flt-Lt (R.A.A.F.).— A
TRENBERTH, J., Flying-Office.—Trea-
sured memories of Jack, who lost his life
in India, July 13, 142.—So dearly loved,
so sadly missed by mother, father and
Murray.
friend, Don, who lost his life in aircraft
accident at Mallala, July 14, 1943.—
Ever remembered by Nance and Bill.
memory of Don, who left us July 14, 1943
—Always remembered by Joan, Mr. and
Mrs. Sandercock.
(R.A.A.F.), killed result of aircraft acci-
dent, July 14, 1943. Not only
every
Mrs. George and family.
accidentally killed, July 14, 1943.—Ever
remembered by grandma, uncles and
aunties.
while POW, Japenese hands, 1943.—Al-
ways remembered by the Creed family.
Died July 14, 1943, Thailand. Token
by mum, dad
and family, Crafers.
YEATES, Flt-Lt (R.A.A.F.).— A tri-
bute to the memory of Ian, lost his life
over Rhode Island, operation duties , July
14, 1944. God's
and He
remembered by Laceys.

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