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MITCHELL, Elizabeth (Lily) (née Jameson) - July 17th 2017 (peacefully) at Antrim Area Hospital, Elizabeth (Lily), beloved Wife of the late Thomas John, 4 Fairlea Close, Moneymore and formerly of Carndaisy. Much loved Mother of Tom. House private. Funeral service in St. John's Parish Church, Moneymore on Thursday, July 20th at 1.00pm, followed by burial in the adjoining Churchyard. Lovingly remembered by her sorrowing Son and the entire Family Circle. CONNERY, Annie - Moneymore 17th July 2017 Peacefully Annie R.I.P. beloved daughter of the late Michael and Elizabeth and loving sister of the late Jimmy, Joe and John. Her remains will be removed from her late residence 24 Quilly Rd, BT45 7SE on Wednesday 19th July evening at 7.45 pm to arrive at St Mary’s church Coolcalm approx 8.18 pm Requiem mass on Thursday 20th July at 11 am. Interment afterwards in Keenaught old graveyard. Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul. Enquiries to: J A Gormley Funeral Directors, Maghera. Tel: 07733327532 www.jagormley.com. Deeply regretted by sorrowing sisters in law, Nephews, Nieces and wide family circle. McCLOSKEY, Angela (née Moyne) - (née Moyne) Claudy, 18th July, 2017, at Altnagelvin Hospital, Angela, beloved wife of the late Patrick McCloskey and loving daughter of the late Alice and Bob Moyne, late of Irwin Crescent, Claudy, Co. Derry R.I.P. Funeral leaves Bradley and McLaughlin's Funeral Home, in William Street, Derry at 6.30pm on Wednesday 19th July to St. Patrick's Church, Claudy to repose until Requiem Mass on Thursday 20th at 11am. Interment in adjoining cemetery immediately after. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and family circle.
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