Congratulations to Teresa and Frank Mc Donnell, Glen Road, Glenties on the birth recently of their baby boy in Letterkenny Hospital.
Congratulations and best wishes for many more years among us to Bridie Elliott, Maas, Glenties, who celebrated her 90th Birthday last Friday.
Congratulations to Pat Walsh, Kilkenny, Glenties and John Hegarty, Ard Patrick, who qualified for the Golden Charter National Bowling Championships, which will be held in Antrim in February.
Congratulations to Lisa Boyle, Ard Patrick, Glenties and Richard Love, Donegal, who got engaged recently. Lisa is a daughter of Mick and Ann Boyle, Ard Patrick. Glenties.
The death took place in Letterkenny Hospital on Saturday 11th January 2003 of Francie Gildea, Ard Patrick and formerly of Mill Road, Glenties. His remains were brought to St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Sunday evening, where Fr. Prendergast P.P. received them. Fr. Nigel Ó Gallachóir C.C. celebrated Requiem Mass on Monday morning. Burial took place in the New Graveyard. Francie is survived by his brother, Peter, cousins, other relatives and friends, to whom sincere sympathy is extended. His brothers, James and Paddy, sisters Maureen Ward, Bridie Gildea and Rosha Boyle predeceased him. Francie worked in the Co-op in Glenties before going to England, where he spent a good part of his life. He returned some years ago to live with his late sister Rosha in Ard Patrick.
The death took place in Letterkenny Hospital, on Monday 13th January 2003 of Charlie Mc Cann, Mullantyboyle, Glenties. His remains were brought home on Tuesday and to St. Connell’s Church, Glenties on Wednesday evening. Fr. Prendergast P.P. celebrated Requiem Mass on Thursday morning. Readings were by nieces, Sharon Gallagher and Mary Mc Cole. Charlie’s son, John read Prayers of the Faithful. Grandchildren, Donna and Ryan Kelly brought the Gifts to the Altar. Singing was by nephew, Stephen Bennett. Burial took place in Ardara Graveyard. Fr. Lafferty P.P. Ardara officiated at the graveside. Charlie is survived by his sons, John and Charles, daughters, Mary, Anne and Patricia, sister, Mary, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends, to whom sincere sympathy is extended. His wife Mary predeceased him in 1972 and his brother John also predeceased him.
The death took place in the Mater Hospital, Dublin on Tuesday 14th January 2003 of Owen Mc Glynn, Lacklea and formerly of Station Road, Glenties. His remains were brought home later that day and to the Church of the Holy Family, Edeninfagh on Thursday morning. Fr. Nigel Ó Gallachóir, C.C. Glenties celebrated Requiem Mass. Readings were by Lucille Ward and Conal Boyle. Kathleen Ward and Rose Boyle brought the Gifts to the Altar. Burial took place in the New Graveyard, Glenties. Owen’s wife, Margaret predeceased him in 1986 and his brother, Johnny also predeceased him. Sincere sympathy is extended to his cousins, other relatives and friends. . Owen served in the Irish Army from 1939 to 1946 and members of the Army carried his coffin into the Church at Edeninfagh and in Glenties they carried it to the grave.