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Harkin, 4th. March 2017. Peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, James, (Rucksions) Beloved partner of the late Catriona Doherty, loving father of Caitlin and step-father of Ciara and Edel, dear son of the late Charlie and Annie, loving brother of Frances, Philip and the late Michael, a dear and loving grandfather and uncle. Funeral leaving his sister Frances's home 60 Moyola Drive on Monday the 6th. inst. at 9:20A.M. to Our Lady of Lourdes Church Steelstown, for Requiem Mass at 10:00A.M. Interment afterwards in The City Cemetery.Sacred Heart of Jesus Have Mercy On His Soul. Our Lady Of Lourdes Intercede For Him.ANDERSON – 3rd March 2017, peacefully at Ailsa Lodge Care Home, Bangor, Jean Crawford. Dearly loved wife of the late Joseph Charles formerly of Queens Park, Coleraine, dear mother of John and June, mother-in-law of Jennifer, grandmother of Julie-Anne and beloved great grandmother. Funeral Service in Terrace Row Presbyterian Church on Tuesday at 12.00 noon followed by interment in Portstewart Cemetery. No letters or cards please. Donations if desired by making cheques payable to N I Chest, Heart & Stroke c/o Ms Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine, BT52 1BF. Lovingly remembered by all the family.SPEERS March 3, 2017 at Antrim Hospital, John James (Jim) dearly loved husband of the late Peggy. Funeral from his late home, 6 Church Place, Kilrea on Monday at 11.30am to St Patrick's Parish Church for service at 12noon followed by interment in adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu if desired to Cancer Research, c/o James McMullan and Son, 18 Church Street, Kilrea. Deeply regretted by his brother Andrew and the entire family circle.
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