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QUIGLEY, George - 7th January 2016 at his home, 39 Long Tower Court, after a short illness bravely borne, beloved son of the late George and Annie, loving father of Mark, Sarah and Clodagh and dear brother of Marie, Joe, Terri, Jack, Martin, Kathleen, Eammon, Olive, Donna, Paul and the late Patsy, Kevin and Annie. Funeral from his sister’s home, 13 Marlborough Street, on Saturday at 9.30am 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. SMYTHE, May (née Barr) - 7th January 2016 (peacefully) at her daughter Jo's home, 31 The Branch, beloved wife of the late Leo, loving mother of Pat, Michael, Jo, Paul, Peter and Joanne, a dear and loving grandmother and great-grandmother. Funeral leaving her daughter Jo's home on Monday 11th inst at 9.20am to the Holy Family Church, Ballymagroarty for Requiem Mass at 10.00am. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul. Our Lady of Lourdes, intercede for her. O'NEILL, Gerard - 6th January 2016 (peacefully) at Altnagelvin Hospital, beloved partner of Robin, loving brother of Michael. Funeral leaving his home, 3 Crawford Court, on Saturday 9th inst at 6.00am to Roselawn Crematorium, Belfast for cremation at 8.30am. BARRETT, Eileen (née Clifford) - 6th January 2016 (peacefully) at her home, 165 Sunbeam Terrace, Bishop Street, beloved wife of Aidan, loving sister of John, sister-in-Iaw of Bridie, Nan, and Ita. Cared for by her niece, Gertie, nephew-in-Iaw, Fintan Keaty and her nephew, John Taggart. Removal from Bradley & McLaughlin's Funeral Home at 6:10pm today (Thursday) to St. Columba's Church, Long Tower for Requiem Mass tomorrow (Friday) at 10:00am. interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul. Our Lady of Lourdes, intercede for her. CONWAY (née Mulholland) – 5th January 2016 (peacefully) at hospital, Irene, beloved wife of the late Malachy, formerly of 20 Grove Terrace, Maghera, much loved mother of John, Brian, Steven, Diane and Jacqueline and a devoted grandmother and great grandmother. Friends and family welcome at her Son Steven's home, 23 Martinvale Park, Maghera. Funeral from Steven's home tomorrow (Friday) at 1.30pm to St. Lurach's Parish Church, Maghera for service at 2.00pm, followed by burial in the adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu, if desired, to NI Chest, Heart and Stroke, payable to D. Watters (Donations A/c), 46 Main Street, Tobermore, Magherafelt BT45 5PW. Sadly missed by all her family and friends. DILLON, Claire (née McGuckian) (Corkey, Loughgiel) 6th January 2016 (RIP), beloved wife of John and dear sister of John, Monica (McMullan), Angela (McGuckian) and the late Nicholas and Mary (Reid). Funeral from her late residence, 182 Corkey Road tomorrow (Friday) at 11.20am for 12noon Requiem Mass in St Patrick's Church, Loughgiel. Interment afterwards in adjoining cemetery. On her soul, Sweet Jesus, have mercy. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing husband, sisters, brother, nieces, nephews and entire family circle. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to Marie Curie, c/o McKiernan & Sons, 45-47 Maghera Street, Kilrea BT51 5QL. MOTTRAM (nee Parkhill), 4th January, 2016, suddenly, Mary (formerly of 34 Moyola Walk, Derry), beloved wife of Joe, loving mother of Rebekah, dear daughter of Carol, and the late Alex Parkhill, sister of Johann, and granddaughter of Mary Parkhill. Funeral leaving her home, Gortnacool, Carndonagh, on Friday at 10.15am to the Church of the Sacred Heart, Carndonagh, for requiem mass at 11am. Interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. Sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul, Our lady of Lourdes intercede for her.
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