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  • John Mark Ambrose Herdman: Ulster diplomat served all over world in a distinguished career - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Malawi before he moved to the Caribbean where he was Deputy Governor of Bermuda from 1983 86 He was then appointed Governor of BVI until 1991 The following year he spent some time with the EU peace monitoring mission to the former Yugoslavia before retiring In 1979 he was made a Lieutenant in the Royal Victorian Order by the Queen during her visit to Malawi and was awarded a CBE in 1990 He had a keen interest in gardening fishing philately and watching cricket He married Elizabeth Dillon in 1963 and they had a son Patrick and two daughters Deirdre and Bridget They also had four grandchildren Mr Herdman was buried in Surrey earlier this week From the web Sponsored Videos Read More Music mourns record boss McBurney who set many an artist on the road to fame Billy McBurney the Mr Music of Belfast has died at the age of 84 Baker Paul McErlean who sold bread to President Bill Clinton dies aged 87 By David Young The death of Paul C McErlean one of Belfast s best known business figures has been announced He was 87 Michael Edward Dark Late war hero one of last to land flying boat on Lough Erne By Laurence White Retired RAF Squadron Leader Michael Edward Dark who has died at the age of 85 was one of the last pilots to fly a Sunderland flying boat into Castle Archdale in Co Fermanagh Woman born in Belfast before sinking of the Titanic passes away at grand old age of 105 By Laura Abernethy One of Northern Ireland s oldest women has died at the age of 105 Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Music mourns record boss McBurney who set many an artist on the road to fame Obituaries Woman born in Belfast before sinking of the Titanic passes away at grand old age of Obituaries Obituary Fiery Irish born redhead Maureen O Hara carved out a legendary Hollywood Obituaries County Down preacher who became Dean of Christchurch Obituaries Baker Paul McErlean who sold bread to President Bill Clinton dies aged 87 Obituaries Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland More than 500 000 watch Drumquin Northern Ireland men s sofa struggles Northern Ireland Boot out of rugby coaches who rush players with brain injuries back onto Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park Sinn Fein Northern chair steps down and replaced by Gerry Adams ex body guard Translink s apology to pregnant Belfast teen booted off bus in blizzard Multiple car crash on M1 citybound in Belfast Belfast footbridge plan still being pushed despite 7m funding shortfall Titanic II Take a peek inside replica of ill fated liner Northern Ireland Wags Tori Lant Nightlife Galleries Northern Ireland

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  • Obituaries - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    afternoon for the funeral of well known businessman and civil rights activist James Doherty The choirmaster of acclaimed Co Down ensemble since 1968 The devoted musical director of an internationally acclaimed choir would have insisted that the show must go on after his death Lynchpin of the Lyric and mother figure for its actors Tributes have been paid to a woman described as one of the stalwarts of Belfast s Lyric Theatre Obituary Belfast chemist spent two years as PoW after bomber shot down Wartime airman John Edward Lithgow Paddy McFarland who has died at 93 spent nearly two years as a German prisoner of war after he baled out of his Stirling bomber after it had been shot up by an enemy nightfighter Canon Jack Mercer Bishop pays a glowing tribute to long time rector of Ballyholme Canon Jack Mercer who died recently was rector of the St Columbanus Parish in Ballyholme for 35 years of his 40 year ministry Desmond Boal Political colossus whose star truly shone in the courtroom Desmond Boal one of Northern Ireland s leading barristers and a founder of the DUP has died at the age of 85 Peter Gallagher Life long educationalist who had a passion for Irish language Leading educationalist Peter Gallagher a former director of the North West Institute of Further and Higher Education has died after a short illness He was 75 Obituary Stormont chief who tried to ban news of Troubles Lord Mason of Barnsley who as Roy Mason was Secretary of State for Northern Ireland from 1976 79 has died at the age of 91 Obituary Stars sing the praises of double Eurovision contestant Ronnie Carroll Veteran pop star Ronnie Carroll who has died at 80 never lost his love of Belfast where he was born in Roslyn Street as Ronnie Cleghorn George Carrol Singer whose ballad Irish Eyes became a huge hit with exiles Entertainer George Carroll who has died at 81 wrote the ballad Irish Eyes which became a hit at home and with exiles around the world Obituary Pathologist gave evidence to Omagh atrocity inquests Dr Derek Carson was Deputy State Pathologist for Northern Ireland and gave evidence to many inquests including those held for victims of the Omagh bomb on August 15 1998 when 29 people and unborn twins died in a no warning Real IRA explosion in the centre of the town more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Music mourns record boss McBurney who set many an artist on the road to fame Obituaries Woman born in Belfast before sinking of the Titanic passes away at grand old age of Obituaries Obituary Fiery Irish born redhead Maureen O Hara carved out a legendary Hollywood Obituaries County Down preacher who became Dean of Christchurch Obituaries Baker Paul McErlean who sold bread to President Bill Clinton dies aged 87 Obituaries Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have

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  • Obituaries - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    shattered because he had weak eyesight has died at the age of 91 Jan Taylor Respected RAF padre who used circus skills to liven up sermons Former RAF padre Jan Taylor who has died aged 55 was a flamboyant preacher and a man of many talents which included teaching circus skills which he often used in his sermons Nhorma Ross The former Dairy Princess who later became the perfect hostess Nhorma Ross nee Graham who has died at 72 was a Dairy Princess back in the early 60s when the competition to boost the sales of milk and farming across Northern Ireland had its heyday Childhood sweetheart Ruth was comedian Frank Carson s rock Ruth Carson 87 was the widow of the comedian and entertainer the late Frank Carson whom she married in 1950 60 years welcoming families to Barry s Amusements and Colm Quinn never missed Colm Quinn who has died at 79 was a man with a passion for the carousel in Barry s Amusements in Portrush where he worked for 60 years without missing a single day Obituary Tommy Kirk Water polo legend who picked up his first winner s medal aged 41 The world of sport took a big hit with the passing of a true Corinthian Obituary Fintan Hillyard rugby player who faced his cruel illness with courage and Fintan Hillyard who died shortly before Christmas after a long battle with cancer was a member of the Belfast Harlequins Rugby Club He was 28 During his illness he and his wife Rachael showed immense courage in dealing with the many challenges which came their way Renowned hotelier was a leading light in the hospitality industry Leading restaurateur and hotelier Norman Carmichael who passed away yesterday aged 81 following a short illness was the epitome of a self made man Obituary Tony Chas Emmerson pioneer who changed face of the Belfast arts scene Tony Chas Emmerson who was a former assistant director of the Belfast Festival at Queen s has died after a short illness Sir Frederick Catherwood Ulster born tycoon was vice president of European Parliament Sir Frederick Catherwood who died recently aged 89 was an Ulsterman who made an important contribution to public life in Britain and as a long time President of the UK Evangelical Alliance He was born in Castledawson in 1925 and was brought up in Belfast His Obituary Peter Rosser Talented composer still had so much to give his adopted city Peter Rosser who has died aged 44 was a well known composer writer and music lecturer more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Music mourns record boss McBurney who set many an artist on the road to fame Obituaries Woman born in Belfast before sinking of the Titanic passes away at grand old age of Obituaries Obituary Fiery Irish born redhead Maureen O Hara carved out a legendary Hollywood Obituaries County Down preacher who became Dean of Christchurch

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  • Obituaries - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    George Savage Ulster Unionist MLA and Craigavon mayor was a respected ex UDR George Savage who has died was a leading unionist a former member of the Northern Ireland Assembly and a former mayor of Craigavon Borough Council He was 72 Obituary Lecturer and poet Sabine Wichert fell in love with city Academic Sabine Wichert who has died at 72 was a senior lecturer in the history school at Queen s University Belfast for more than 40 years George Hamilton IV Nashville crooner felt a deep connection with Ulster Country singer George Hamilton IV who has died aged 77 in Nashville had a special regard for Northern Ireland and loved to play the Ulster Hall Obituary Desmond Kinney Popular artist was a master of the mosaic Desmond Kinney who died recently was a well known Ulster artist whose mosaics adorned many important buildings in Ireland and further afield He was 80 Obituary Gordon Hanna Sports journalism loses star name Sports writing in Northern Ireland has lost one of its top operators and most popular figures with the passing of Gordon Hanna at the NI Hospice at Whiteabbey yesterday aged 70 Obituary Ball of joy actress Clare Cathcart was a star of both stage and screen Clare Cathcart the Fermanagh born actress who died at her home in Brighton last week was well known for her stage career and roles in several TV series including Call the Midwife She was 48 Obituary Military Cross hero Bryan Morwood saved his comrades in prison battle Bryan Morwood who has died at 91 will be remembered as a WW2 soldier hero who won the Military Cross in Greece in 1944 Obituary Golfer motor enthusiast and man of impeccable manners Victor Lea who has died at 70 had a passion for sport He was president of Ballyclare Rugby Club in the town where he and his wife Emily lived founder captain of Greenisland Golf Club and he was also into motor sport a member of Larne Motor Club Obituary Gerry Anderson an unchained and irrepressible spirit on the radio Broadcaster Gerry Anderson who has died at 69 fought ill health for two years while the listeners to his daily radio show prayed for his recovery Obituary Albert Reynolds Straight talker laid path for peace Albert Reynolds was a straight talking risk taking businessman who worked to the top of the Irish government and became one of the most influential leaders in the country s history more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Music mourns record boss McBurney who set many an artist on the road to fame Obituaries Woman born in Belfast before sinking of the Titanic passes away at grand old age of Obituaries Obituary Fiery Irish born redhead Maureen O Hara carved out a legendary Hollywood Obituaries County Down preacher who became Dean of Christchurch Obituaries Tributes pour in for leading GAA writer Micheal McGeary Obituaries Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus

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  • Obituaries - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    true to Ulster roots Dr Alistair Hanna was a dynamic Belfast born businessman and management consultant who was based in New York but retained close ties to his homeland Obituary World famous geneticist who led research into spina bifida Professor Norman Nevin who has died at 79 was a world renowned geneticist and one of Northern Ireland s foremost medical and scientific brains John Shaw Brown Huntsmen gather for final farewell to master of the hounds John Shaw Brown a well known huntsman has died from cancer at the age of 58 His widow Liz to whom he was married for 23 years said his 50 beagles have been very quiet since their master died David Boyd Smyth Former Ulster rugby skipper who inspired all who knew him David Boyd Smyth will be remembered for his love of sport but most of all for his devotion to his family David died early on June 18 as a result of an illness that he faced with incredible courage and a quiet dignity that has inspired all who knew him Obituary Footballer Davy Gordon made big impact in Norway Tributes have been paid to one of the heroes of junior football in Northern Ireland following his death at the age of 55 Grand Slam hero Jimmy Nelson dies at 92 James Jimmy Edward Nelson OBE one of the most significant characters in Irish rugby in the 20th century has died peacefully at the age of 92 Teresa Conway death A respected businesswoman and dedicated homemaker Mrs Teresa Conway who died recently was a well known businesswoman in Cookstown and the mother of a large family She was 88 Joseph Kavanagh Belfast s renowned entrepreneur and celebrated philanthropist Joe Kavanagh was born on February 7 1917 in Winetavern Street Belfast and became one of the most celebrated businessmen of the city Robert Porter Inspirational father politician and judge had Derry close to his heart Prominent politician and barrister Sir Robert Porter QC has died following a long illness at the age of 90 Obituary Sir John Gorman s remarkable life on the home front and abroad At several points in his long life Sir John Gorman who has died aged 91 found himself in the thick of things ranging from confronting the German army as a tank commander and working with British intelligence against the IRA in the 1950s more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Music mourns record boss McBurney who set many an artist on the road to fame Obituaries Woman born in Belfast before sinking of the Titanic passes away at grand old age of Obituaries Obituary Fiery Irish born redhead Maureen O Hara carved out a legendary Hollywood Obituaries County Down preacher who became Dean of Christchurch Obituaries Tributes pour in for leading GAA writer Micheal McGeary Obituaries Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found

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  • Obituaries - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    courage at the end Angus Macpherson who died recently at the age of 83 was a former Bursar of the Corrymeela Community who also worked with the Presbyterian Church in Malawi Tony Benn Maverick crusader of Labour left wing Tony Benn was for decades the most independent minded powerful and passionate voice of the hard left at Westminster and the man whose crusading zeal led to the new law which allowed him to renounce his own peerage and return to the House of Commons Major Geoffrey Cocksedge Ulster Military Cross winner guarded evil Nazi Rudolph Hess Major Geoffrey Cocksedge who has died at 93 was a hero of the Italian campaign of World War II Respected champion and voice of rallying dies at 92 Derek Johnston a former winner of the Monte Carlo Rally and the Circuit of Ireland has died at the age of 92 John Gaff Bomb disposal expert who was hero during Troubles Lieutenant Colonel John Gaff who has died at 86 was an Army hero in Northern Ireland where he was in charge of bomb disposal operations at the height of the Troubles Local football mourns death of Linfield great Alex Russell Linfield Football Club is mourning the passing of their legendary goalkeeper Alex Sandy Russell Tom McClelland An estate agent and a green crusader Estate agent Tom McClelland who has died aged 64 was a man of many interests with a passion for the environment and a campaigner to make the world a better place Northern Ireland accordion master Fred Hanna Northern Ireland man Fred Hanna born 1924 studied both played piano and piano accordion as a young boy and played his first dance gig on accordion at the age of 10 Jimmy Jones dies Veteran footballer who still holds Irish League goal record Veteran football star Jimmy Jones who has died aged 85 scored 74 goals for his Glenavon team in the 1956 7 season And it still stands as an Irish League record today 58 years later Gerry Murphy Irish rugby star Army padre and chaplain to the Queen Canon Gerry Murphy who has died aged 87 had a distinguished church career during which he was a former domestic chaplain to the Queen He was also an excellent rugby player who won six caps as a full back for Ireland Leila Webster A natural entertainer who once charmed Bob Hope Leila Webster Belfast s queen of song and laughter down many years has died aged 90 more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Music mourns record boss McBurney who set many an artist on the road to fame Obituaries Woman born in Belfast before sinking of the Titanic passes away at grand old age of Obituaries Obituary Fiery Irish born redhead Maureen O Hara carved out a legendary Hollywood Obituaries County Down preacher who became Dean of Christchurch Obituaries Baker Paul McErlean who sold bread to President Bill Clinton dies aged 87

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  • Obituaries - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Victor Law who has died aged 90 took place in the little church where years ago he built 40 pews Tony Haughey Dedicated nurse first man to hold top role Former nurse Michael Anthony Tony Haughey who was Chief Nursing Officer CNO in the Department of Health and Social Services for nine years has died aged 78 Father Alec Reid Key player in complex peace process that led to Northern Ireland Father Alec Reid one of the best known Catholic clerics who played a leading peacemaking role during the Troubles has died in a Dublin hospital after a period of illness He was 82 Desmond Hill RAF jet setter who was just born to be a high flyer Veteran RAF pilot Desmond Hill who has died aged 87 in Holywood just had to be an aviator Canon Tom McGonigle of Donegal Minister a respected man of integrity Canon Tom McGonigle who died recently was a well known Church of Ireland cleric who served for significant periods of his ministry in Portadown and Magherafelt Eddie McGrady A soft spoken champion of reconciliation social justice and decency Former MP Eddie McGrady who has died after an illness was known as an old style SDLP politician who helped to launch the nationalist party successfully during a period of great community tension He was 78 Eddie McGrady SDLP stalwart and one of Northern Ireland s longest serving politicians Eddie McGrady one of Northern Ireland s longest serving politicians has died aged 78 John Cole a journalist who had the genuine affection of viewers John Cole was not just the best known political editor in the history of the BBC he was also the most accomplished John Cole Belfast boy who enjoyed almost unique respect in halls of Westminster John Cole was for many years a towering figure in British political journalism commanding almost unique respect at Westminster particularly during the era of Margaret Thatcher Raymond McLeod Respected scout leader who was a man of many talents Raymond Ray McLeod who has died aged 64 was a former teacher a Scout leader and a gospel singer with a passion for the great outdoors more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Music mourns record boss McBurney who set many an artist on the road to fame Obituaries Woman born in Belfast before sinking of the Titanic passes away at grand old age of Obituaries Obituary Fiery Irish born redhead Maureen O Hara carved out a legendary Hollywood Obituaries County Down preacher who became Dean of Christchurch Obituaries Tributes pour in for leading GAA writer Micheal McGeary Obituaries Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland The Troubles gallery 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph

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  • Obituaries - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Connell Journalist and singer whose heart was in the country Retired journalist Sean Mac Connell who has died aged 66 was an award winning agriculture correspondent for the Irish Times for 25 years Obituary Eddie Sterling Snr Eddie Sterling snr who has died aged 88 was picture editor of the Belfast Telegraph at the height of the Troubles and was involved in arranging coverage of dramatic events for two decades David Johnston An entrepreneur always willing to help others The death of David Johnston stockbroker Obituary Seamus Heaney Nobel Prize winning Irish poet Seamus Heaney who has died in hospital in Dublin at the age of 74 after a short illness was probably the best known poet in the world He is irreplaceable and for his many friends and admirers there will be a tremendous sense of private as well as public bereavement Seamus Heaney Tributes flood in for one of Ireland s greatest ever men of letters Seamus Heaney was one of the finest Irish poets to ever live Heaney taught us that once in a lifetime the longed for tidal wave of justice can rise up and hope and history rhyme We have been lucky in our lifetimes to see that tidal wave of justice rise and to find our hopes Richard Keegan A hero who stormed Sword Beach on D Day The death of Richard Keegan WWII soldier Tributes to versatile Northern Ireland actor Gerard Murphy who was at home in Batman West End and Hollywood actor Gerard Murphy has been described as a great performer and a man of kindness after his death from cancer Elmore Leonard Crime writer whose hardboiled depictions of American lowlife sold millions Once memorably described to his own amused satisfaction as the poet laureate of wild assholes with guns Elmore Leonard was in person an unlikely candidate for that peculiar honour Joe Gorrod Respected journalist who became household name for his reporting at height of In his heyday Joe Gorrod who has died at 74 was one of Northern Ireland s best known journalists when the Troubles were at their height more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Music mourns record boss McBurney who set many an artist on the road to fame Obituaries Woman born in Belfast before sinking of the Titanic passes away at grand old age of Obituaries Obituary Fiery Irish born redhead Maureen O Hara carved out a legendary Hollywood Obituaries County Down preacher who became Dean of Christchurch Obituaries Tributes pour in for leading GAA writer Micheal McGeary Obituaries Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland The Troubles gallery 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph Events A musical send off at funeral of

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