Belfast Evening Telegraph
January 1914
Death Notices

Belfast Evening Telegraph January 1 1914:

Almost one hundred:
The death has taken place at Killylea of Joseph HICKINSON,who, the day previous o his death attained the age of ninety-seven years.  Deceased was a labourer, and lived all his life in the Killylea district.  He possessed all his faculties up to the end, and was able to go out alone for a short walk along the road up to the beginning of winter.

Belfast Evening Telegraph January 3 1914:

MAGEE Ė January 2 1914, at his parents residence 65 Newtownards Road, Arthur Matthew,  the dearly beloved ?????, aged 13 months. His remains will be removed from the above address, on tomorrow ( Sunday) at 1.30pm for interment in Milltown Cemetery. Friends will please accept this intimation. Ė Tully and Brigid Magee.

Belfast Evening Telegraph January 6 1914:

MíCORMICK: January 6, at her parentsí residence 25 Jersey Street, Sarah Elizabeth ( wee Lily) infant daughter of William and Lizzie MíCormick. Her remains will be removed from the above address for interment in the City Cemetery on tomorrow ( Wednesday) afternoon, at 2.30 oíclock.  Friends will please accept this intimation. William and Lizzie MíCormick.

Belfast Evening Telegraph January 16 1914:

MAGEE: January 15, at her residence, Ardee, Fruithill Park, Andersonstown, (late of Springfield Road) Catherine, beloved wife of William Magee. Her remains will be removed at 2.30 pm Sunday, for interment in City Cemetery.

MíCORMICK: January 15, at her fathersí residence, 93 Broom Street, Annie, the dearly beloved daughter of William and Annie MíCormick.  Her remains will be removed for interment in Shankill Burying Ground on tomorrow ( Saturday) at 3pm. Friends will please accept this, the only,  intimation.    ď Gone to be with JesusĒ. William and Annie MíCormick.

MíCORMICK: I.O.G.T.-Flower of the Dell Senior Temple No.1  MíCORMICK. The officers and members of the above temple are earnestly requested to attend the funeral of our late sister, Annie MíCormick. ĖMrs Boake, superintendent.

Belfast Evening Telegraph January 23 1914:

BOYD: January 23, at his residence, 22(may be 122?) Upper Townsend Street, Alexander Boyd, the beloved husband of Susan Boyd. Notice of interment later.-Susan Boyd.