Margaret (Madge) Harrison

Nov 24, 2022 17:11 By reception
Margaret (Madge) Harrison

Margaret (Madge) Harrison

Farm Hill Loughmourne , Castleblayney. (Eircode A75 WC91)

Margaret (Madge) Harrison passed away on Thursday 24 th November. Peacefully in the tender and loving care of the staff of St Ann’s Nursing Home, Ballybay.
In her 100 th year.

Dearly loved wife of the late Hugh and loving Mother of Robert and Margaret, Mother in law to Doris and Robert. Sadly missed by her loving Grandchildren.

Resting at her family home from 6pm to 9 pm today and from 2 pm to 9 pm on Friday 25 th. House strictly private at all other times .
Funeral from the family home on Saturday 26 th November at 1.15 pm arriving to first Castleblayney Presbyterian church for 2 pm service. Internment afterwards in adjoining Churchyard.

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david nesbitt

Nov 24, 2022 19:11

Our sympathy and prayers are with you at the end of a long and valued life

Carmel Ward corduf. carrickmacross

Nov 26, 2022 09:11

condolences to Robert And Margaret and the extended Harrison. family on the death off your mother Margaret may she reast in peace amen

Tom & Stephanie McCabe

Nov 26, 2022 14:11

Our deepest sympathy to Robert, Margaret and extended family members on the passing of your dear mother Margaret, may she rest in peace.

Maud Campbell, Neddiagh, Lisboduff, Cootehill

Nov 27, 2022 18:11

Deepest sympathy to Robert and Margaret on the death of your beloved mother. Fond memories of visiting her in her house in Castleblaney and enjoying a cuppa and a chat with her. “The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended”

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