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BOURNE, William (Bill) – 26th October 2016 at Woodmount Nursing Home, 1 Jeffrey Avenue, Waterside, Derry and formerly of Kent, England, beloved partner of Bernadette Innes and father of Frank, Martin and the late Sarah-Jane. Reposing at his home. Funeral leaving his home tomorrow (Friday) at 9.30amfor Requiem Mass in St Columb`s Church, Chapel Road at 10.00am. Interment afterwards in Ballyoan Cemetery. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing partner, sons, grandchildren and family circle. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul. McCAFFERTY, Evelyn (née Rowland) - Peacefully at Altnagelvin Hospital, Gelvin Grange, Lisnagelvin, Derry and formerly of Cordevlis, Rockcorry, Co. Monaghan, beloved wife of Jim and mother of Jim, sister of Tom (Rowland) Rockcorry, Jean (Suitor) Belfast, Olive (Jordan) London and Muriel (Reyburn) Austrailia. Funeral arrangements later. SAMSON, Eileen (née Fulton) - October 26, 2016 (peacefully) at Marina Care Home, Ballyronan, Eileen, 7 Shilgrove Place, Castledawson, much loved wife of the late George, loving and devoted mother of Ivor, Alistair and David, mother-in-law of Janet, Lorraine and Lynore. Dear sister of Jack, Henry, Herbie, Raymond and the late Beth and David, loving grandmother of Adele, Kyle, Mark, Julie, Lynn, David and Paul and a much loved great-grandmother of Isaac, Wyatt, Thomas and Violet. Funeral from her home on Saturday October 29th, at 1.30pm, for service in Castledawson Presbyterian Church at 2.00pm approx., followed by burial in the adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, for Tearfund, payable to Garvin’s Funeral Service (Donations A/c), 15 Ballyronan Road, Magherafelt, BT45 6BP. Lovingly remembered by the entire family circle
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