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-+-- GRESFORD. THE LATE MR. F. E. HANCE.-We regret to record the death of Mr. Francis Edward Hance, of Keble College, Oxford, third son of Mr. Edward M. Hance, director of education to the Liverpool Education Authority, and nephew of the late Mrs. Hirsch, The Elms. Deceased was a frequent visitor to Gresford. He had recently undergone a surgical operation. His death, at the early age of 24 years, cuts short a promising career. The interment took place at Gresford Church on Wed- nesday. The officiating clergy were Canon J. Bell Cox (vicar of St. Margaret's, Liverpool), the Rev. E. A. Fishbourne (vicar of the parish), the Rev. C. C. Elcum (vicar of St. Agnes's Church, Liverpool). and the Rev. P. W. Sparling (rector of Erbistock). The hymns sung were On the Resurrection morn- ing and Now the labourer's task is o'er." As the mourners were leaving the church the organist (Mr. E. J. Cunnah) played Chopin's Marche Funebre." The principal mourners were Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hance (parents), Miss Hance (sister), Mr. J. E. Hance and Mr. H. M. Hance (brothers), and Mr. John Bennett (uncle). The wreaths were numerous.

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