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New Zealand Herald, 14th April 1917
Deaths;
Glass;- On April 13 at her late residence, Russell Street. Margaret, the beloved wife of John Glass, Stanley Bay.


Burial plots x55 and X57, O'neill's Point , Takapuna


In Memory
Of
Margaret Glass
died 13 April 1917
Aged 64 Years
Also her Husband
John Glass
died 29 may 1917
Aged 75 years

UNTIL THE DAY DAWNS
Also Grandson
David Glass
Dec 1920
aged 2

My gratefull thanks to Jan and Jim who organised the repair of this monument
and Phillip who provided the photos.



Register of Deaths in the District of Devonport, No.26
When & where:            13th april 1917 Russell Street, Devonport
Name, Profession:        Margaret Glass , aged 64 , married
Cause of Death:          Cardiac failure, 2 years
Medical attendant:       J.L. Atkinson , 12 april 1917
Father :                 Duncan Campbell, School Master 
Mother :                 Sarah Campbell nee Cameron
Buried                   15th April 1917 , O'neill's Point Cemetery
Minister or Witneess:    Rev. E. H. Wyatt, Church of England
Born, How long NZ:       Auckland, 64 years
Marriage:                Lawrence, aged 19 to John Glass
Living Issue:            2 males 40.32. 1 female 38
Informant:               L. Coleman Undertaker, Devonport
Registrar:               J. Hay 16th april 1917

Register of Deaths in the District of Devonport, No.26

When & where: 29th May 1917 at Russell St Devonport Name, Profession: John Glass retired Baker aged 75 Cause of death: Senile Decay, Cardiac Failure Medical Attendant: M.C.Bennett 29th may 1917 Father: William Glass, weaver Mother: Jean Glass , nee White Buried: 31st May 1917 , O'neill's Point Cemetery Minister or Witness: Rev G. H. Loyall, Church of England Born, How long NZ Scotland, 50 Years Marriage: Lawrence, NZ, aged 29 to Margaret Campbell deceased Living issue: Male 36, Female aged 40 Informant: L. Coleman , Undertaker, Devonport Registrar: J Hay 25th June 1917


New Zealand Herald, 9th May 1919
IN MEMORIUM
Glass;- In loving memory of my dear grandfather, John Glass who departed this life May 29 1917
What though in lonley grief I Sigh,
For him beloved, no longer nigh;
Submissive would I still reply,
Thy will be done.
Inserted by his loving adopted grandson,
Douglas Glass.


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