MGR. CANON ROBERT McGU1NESS, V.G.. M.C.
Mgr. Canon Robert 111eGuiness, Vicar General of Salford since 1947 and parish priest of St. Edward's,, Manchester, died suddenly onl Tuesday.
A native of Workington, Mgr. MeGuirtess was ordained in 1908 and became curate of the Sacred Heart Church. Darwen. and later Professor at St. Bede's College, Manchester.
He served as a chaplain during the 1914-18 war and won the atilitary Cross. He succeeded Mgr. Masterson as Vicar General of the Salford diocese.
FR. A. MULYANNY, O.F.M.
Fr. Augustine Mulvanny, O.F.M. Cap., died at Preston on Monday, in his 84th year. He was a member of the community at the Franciscan College, Over Wyresdale. near Lancaster.
Fr. Augustine joined the Capuchin Franciscans in 1887 and was ordained in 1893. He was a for a time novice master and superior at Penmaenmawr, and became a definitor of the province in 1931.
Fr. Augustine for many years was stationed at Peckham, was well known as a preacher and missioner. and was fully occupied until quite recently.
The funeral took place at Pantasaph on Wednesday.
LION. E. NI. W. FiTZHERBERT
The Hon. Evelyne Mary Walburga 1-itzherhert, who died laSt week, was buried on Monday at Swynnerton, Staffordshire. Requiem Mass was offered in the Fitzherbert family chapel by Fr, Bernard Salt.
She was a sister of the 12th and 13th Barons Stafford and an aunt of the present peer.