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Hogg, 2nd March 2017 Peacefully at hospital, Samuel James Ivor, 35 Knockaduff Road Aghadowey. Dearly loved husband of Arlene, dear father of Lorna, Carolyn, Melody and Arnold. Father-in-law of Nigel and Colin. Grandfather of Peri-Jake, Milo, Fraser and Spencer, a much loved brother of Diana, Jack, Ronnie and the late Mervyn. Service of Thanksgiving in Aghadowey Presbyterian Church, Sunday at 3pm followed by interment in adjoining burying ground. Family flowers only please, donations if desired to Aghadowey Presbyterian Church c/o Ms Charlene Wade, 3 Upper Abbey Street, Coleraine, BT52 1BF. Lovingly remembered by the family circle and friends.O'KANE (nee McGuigan) (Tirnoney, Maghera) March 2, 2017, Helen R.I.P., beloved wife of the late Neil and loving mother of Cahir, Kate (McAllister), Monica and Niall. Funeral from her home, 49 Tirnoney Road on Saturday at 12.15pm for 1.00pm Requiem Mass in Church of St John the Baptist, Granaghan, interment afterwards in adjoining cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing sons, daughters, sons-in-law Pat and Brian, daughters-in-law Siobhan and Hildegard, grandchildren and extended family circle. Family flowers only.ELLIOTT 2nd March 2017 peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, Martin, beloved father of Amy, and Hayleigh. Loving Grandfather of Riley, and Mason, Dear son of Bridie, and the late Raymond, Brother of Thomas, Johnny, Murial, Mary, Ray, Christopher, and Fiona. Funeral leaving his home 22 Moyola Walk on Sunday at 11.50am to St Brigid’s Church Carnhill for funeral mass at 12.30pm Interment afterwards in the city cemetery. Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul. Our Lady of Lourdes intercede for him.
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