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DOHERTY, Margaret (née McAnea) - 18th October 2015, formerly of Lone Moor Road and The Metropole , beloved wife of the late Edward, loving mother of Joan and Eamon, dear mother-in-law of Terry and a much loved grandmother of Kevin, Megan, Rachel and great-grandmother of Odhran. Funeral from her daughter’s home, 5 Oak Field Drive, tomorrow (Tuesday) at 9.30am for 10 o’clock Requiem Mass in St Eugene’s Cathedral. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, pray for her. KELSEY, Christine (Chrissie) (nee Bradley) - 19th. October 2015 (peacefully) at her home, 102A Ballyarnett Road, Belmont (formerly Of Bishop Street), beloved wife of the late Peter, loving sister of Raymond, Verona and the late Willie, Jim, Gerald, Rosie, Masie and Bridie and a dear and loving aunt to all her nieces and nephews. Funeral leaving her home on Wednesday, 21st October, at 10.50am to St. Brigid's Church, Carnhill, for Requiem Mass at 11. 30am. Interment afterwards in the City Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on her soul. Our Lady of Lourdes, intercede for her. McCAUGHEY, William Henry (Billy) – 18th October 2015, after a short illness, 16 Tyler Road, Limavady, much loved husband of Kathleen and esteemed brother of Ken, Betty, Valerie, Sandra and Olive. Funeral leaving his late home tomorrow (Tuesday) at 1.00pm for service in Christ Church, Limavady (kindly granted) at 1.30pm followed by interment in Enagh Cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to NI Chest, Heart & Stroke c/o Robinson Funeral Directors, 166 Ballyquin Road, Limavady, BT49 9HA. Sadly missed by the entire family circle.
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