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Swan - May 2, at 84 Talbot St., the residence of her son in law, Margaret, widow of James Swan, aged 63 years.Funeral will leave for Mount Jerome at 8.30 tomorrow (Friday) morning.

Freeman's Journal, 3 May, 1877.
Fleming - Feb 13, 1898, at the Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Eliz (Lizzie) Fleming, third eldest daughter of the late James Swan, R.I.P. Funeral will leave her late residence, 15 Donore avenue, S C R, on to-morrow (Tuesday) morning at 10.30 o'clock for Glasnevin. American papers please copy.

Freeman's Journal, 14 February 1898.
Fleming - November 30, 1912, at his residence, 21 Phoenix street, Inchicore, Nicholas Fleming; deeply regretted by his sorrowing sons and relatives R.I.P. Funeral after 10 o'clock Mass on this (Monday) morning, from the Church of the Oblate Fathers, Inchicore, to Glasnevin Cemetery.

Freeman's Journal, 2 December 1912.
Mortimer (Dublin) - June, 11, 1918, Patrick Mortimer, 2 Thirlestane terrace, dearly-beloved husband of Sarah Mortimer. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family. R.I.P. Funeral private.

Freeman's Journal, 12 June 1918.
O'Dwyer (Ballyhaunis) - May 28, 1922, at Ballinasloe by drowning, Patrick (Paddy), brother of Willie O'Dwyer N.T. High Mass St Patrick's, Ballyhaunis at 11 o'clock today (Tuesday). Funeral immediately afterwards. RIP

Irish Independent, 30 May 1922.
Duffy (Dublin) May 23, 1923, at his residence 37 Arran Quay, Andrew, dearly-beloved husband of Elizabeth Duffy, late 96 Lower Gardiner St., deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, mother, brothers, sisters and a large circle of friends. R.I.P. Funeral tomorrow (Friday) morning after 10 o'clock Mass from Arran Quay Church to Glasnevin cemetery.

Irish Independent, 24 May 1923.
Burgess (Dublin) - December 11, 1928, at his residence Donore Cottage, S.C. Rd., Christopher Burgess, late 45 James's St. Deeply regretted. R.I.P. Funeral (private) from St. Teresa's, Donore Avenue.

Irish Independent, 12 December 1928.
Lynch - July 29, 1939, at her residence 27 Adelaide road, Dublin. "Peggy" (née Medlar), beloved wife of Detective Sergeant M. Lynch, to the inexpressible grief of her husband, mother, brothers and sisters. Remains were removed yesterday (Sunday) evening to Paulstown Kilkenny. Interment takes place to family burial ground after Requiem Mass and Office at 11 o'clock (O.T.).

Irish Times, 31 July 1939.
Medlar (Dublin) - July. 9, 1942, at Mercer's Hospital, Catherine, dearly beloved wife of P. J. Medlar, T.C., P.C., and daughter of the late Laurence and Elizabeth Fox, 6 James's Street; deeply regretted. R.I.P. Remains will be removed this (Friday) evening at 6 o'clock to Our Lady of Dolours Church, Dolphin's Barn. Funeral tomorrow (Saturday) morning after 10 o'clock Mass to Glasnevin Cemetery.

Irish Independent, 10 July 1942.
Medlar (Dublin) - Dec. 11, 1949, (suddenly) at his residence 53 South Circular Rd., Portobello, Patrick J., senior; deeply regretted by his sorrowing sons, daughters, brother, relatives and friends. R.I.P. remains will be removed (this Tuesday) evening to Church of Our Lady of Dolours, Dolphin's Barn. Funeral after 10 o'c Mass on tomorrow (Wednesday) to Mount Jerome.

Irish Independent, 13 December 1949.
Duffy (née Burgess) - Nov. 11, 1957, at 90 Greenlea Road, Terenure, and late of Howth, Elizabeth, relict of Andrew Duffy, deeply regretted. R.I.P. Remains will be removed this (Tuesday) evening at 5 o'c to St. Joseph's Church, Terenure, arriving at 5.30 o'c approx. Funeral tomorrow (Wednesday) after 10 o'c Mass to Glasnevin Cemetery. House Private.

Irish Independent, 12 November 1957.

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