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DEATH OF MRS. MACLEAN GRAHAM -+- We deeply regret to record the death of Mrs. Maclean Graham, wife of Mr. J. Maclean Graham, 3, King's Buildings, Chester, which took place at her residence, after a short illness, on Friday. Deceased was the youngest daughter of the late Mr. Christopher Bushell. of Hinderton Hall, Neston, and daughter-in-law of the late Mr. Duncan Graham. She was thus closely connected with two families which by their many beneficent acts occupy a unique position in the esteem of the people of Wirral. The funeral took place amid many expressions of regret on Monday at Willaston Church (Wirral). The officiating clergy were the Revs W. E. Torr (Eastham), F. T. Stonex (Chester), and Waltham Postance' (Willaston). A large congregation bad assembled in the church, and the cortege was met at the lych gate by the clergy, the wardens (Messrs. J. K. Catto and Samuel Johnson), and the choir, The hymn, "For ever with the Lord," was touchingly sung. and the organist (Miss Dawson) played selections MIIted to the sad occasion, including" Angelfl ever bright and fair" and Oh. rest in the Lord." As the cortege passed out of the church into the pretty churchyard the Nunc Dimittis was chanted The scene at the graveside was very affecting, and the beautiful hymn, "Peace, perfect peace." finally broke in upon the silence that followed the Benediction. The chief mourners were Mr. Maclean Graham (widower), Messrs. Duncan Graham and Arthur Graham (sons), Miss Graham (daughter), Mr. C. Bushell (brother), Miss Bushell. Among the large number of friends present were :—Mr. G. H. Eaton and the Misses Eaton (Raby House). Mr. C E. Hope (Bank House, Burton), Mr. J. and Miss Pownall, Dr. Yeomart, Colonel J. C. Lloyd, Miss Morris, Mr. J. Mason (Chester), Messrs. C. Sher- lock, W. Ho.wHns, W. Adamson, A Rowe, G. Ashton, J. I F. Cottrell, W. Fell, J. Pollard, and A..Joi.j, Miss Ashton, Miss Hales, Miss Cottrell, Messrs. Cottrell, A Pugh, J. Francis, J. V>rood, &c. The coffin bore the inscription Katharine Smith Graham, born 27 October, 1850 died 2t January, 11.104." Beautiful wreaths were sent by the following :— Mr. J. Maclean Graham, Mrs. Duncan Graham,' Mrs. and Miss Helen Bushell, Mr. Christopher J. Bushell, Sybil, Duncan and Arthur, Mr. and M's. C. raharn Rowe. Mr. and Mrs. G. Eaton, Sir James and Lady Rankin, Mr. Jan,— H. ilerethertou. Miss E. H. Fulton, Mr. Henry i:er, Judge and the Misses Harris Lea. Mr. ",Irs. Waterhouee, Col and Mrs. E. R. Courteiny. Mrs. Robertson and the Rev. and Mrs. Walshr.vp Vostftnee, Misa Dawson, the Rev. W. E. and Mr-. Torr. the Rev. F. Tilney and Mrs. Stonex, M r.;i ] Mrs. Walcotlihtuid, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. H ■(, Mr. and Mrs. H. Springmann, Mrs. r r.. uorierts, Christ Church Parish District, Mr. and ;,b. L' C. Roberts, Miss Martyn, Miss Gumming. Mrs. Thompson (Hinderton), Miss Sutton, D and Mrs. J. Giffen, Mr. Johnson- Houghton, Mrs. and Miss Johnson-Houghton, Mr. and Mrs. Uvedale Corbett, Mr. and Mrs J. H. Torr (Lincoln), Mrs. J. G. Churton, all at Hinder- ton Lodge, Servants at King's Buildings, &c. Messrs. J. Smith and Son carried out the funeral arrangements.

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