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O’Doherty, Michael Conleth (Connie) 27th February 2018 R.I.P. (Musician) Blackthorn Manor, Waterside, beloved son of the late Lily and Tony O’Doherty formerly of Carrickreagh Gardens, and dear brother of Geraldine, Sean, Valerie and Eamon. Funeral from his sister’s home 37 Griannan Park, Burnfoot, Co Donegal on Friday at 9.10am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St. Eugene’s Cathedral. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul.
PANCOUST, Rosaleen (Rosie) (nee Murray) R.I.P.: 26th February 2018 beloved partner of Ian Graham, ex-wife of James Pancoust, loving mother of Sean, Stephen and Michael, much loved grandmother of Jasmine-Rose, dear sister of Liz, Frances, Donna, Busty, Irene, Michelle, Caroline and the late Joseph and Michael and daughter of the late Joe and Eileen Murray (formerly of Hollymount Park). Funeral from her sister’s home, 22 Foyleview Manor, Carrigans, Co Donegal today (Thursday) at 9.15 am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St Columb’s Church, Waterside. Interment afterwards in St Mary’s Cemetery, Ardmore. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Pray for Her.
Henry (née Fulton) - 28th February 2018, peacefully, Mary Kathleen, Pellipar House, Dungiven, much loved wife of the late Roland, devoted mother of Elizabeth, Virginia and John, proud grandmother of Alice, Rachel, Freddie, Emma, Olivia, Thomas and Annabelle and dear sister of Howard, Thomas and the late Freddie and Geddis. House private. Funeral service in Banagher Parish Church (Rallagh) on Saturday 3rd March at 2.00pm followed by interment in the adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only please, donations if desired by making cheques payable to WH & SC Trust Renal Unit Altnagelvin c/o Robinson Funeral Directors, 166 Ballyquin Road, Limavady, BT49 9HA. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by the entire family circle.
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