FUNERALS---MR. BRUCE ISMAY

The Times

The funeral service of Mr. Bruce Ismay was held yesterday at St. Paul's, Knightsbridge. The Rev. E. K. C. Hamilton officiated. Members of the family and others present included:---
 
Mrs. Bruce Ismay, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ismay (son and daughter-in-law), Mr. G. B. Ismay (son), Brigadier-General and Mrs. Cheape (son-in-law and daughter), Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson (son-in-law and daughter), Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Drage (brother-in-law and sister), Colonel and Mrs. B. C. Fairfax (brother-in-law and sister), Mr. and Mrs. J. Fielden (brother-in-law and sister), Mrs. Bower Ismay (sister-in-law), Mrs. H. Chandos-Pole (sister), Lady Rouse-Boughton (niece), Sir Edward Rouse-Boughton, Mrs. J. H. Ismay, Miss Pamela Ismay, Mrs. George lsmay, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Manser, Mrs. St. John Manser, Mrs. M. B. Cheape, Mr. H. B. Cheape, Mr. O. Cheape, Mrs. James Ismay, Mrs. Florence Ismay, Captain and Mrs. Livingstone-Learmonth, Miss Ursula Livingstone-Learmonth, Mrs. Fanshawe.
 
The Earl and Countess of Denbigh, the Hon. Mrs. Trevor Lewis, Mrs. Joseph Addison, Mr. O. Erickson, Major and Mrs. Patrick Anderson, Mrs. Charles Stafford, Captain and Mrs. Douglas Forster, Ellie Lady MacMahon, the Hon. Mrs. Wrottesley, Major R. Wilberforce (also representing Mrs. Ernest Wilberforce), Mr. S. J. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. P. Franklin, Mrs. Hegarty, Mrs. Austin Taylor, Major W. E. Melles, Mrs. Harry Moncreiffe, Mrs. Frederick A. Denny, Colonel Sir Edward Worthington, Mr. Eric Muirsmith, Mr. Stanley Taylor, Major Frank Bustard, Mr. Vivian Davidson Heyne, Sir Alfred Booth, Mrs. C. F. Rodewald, Mrs. Martin Dale, Commodore Charles A. Bartlett (R.N.R., retd:).
 
Mr. T. C. Macnaghten, Mrs. De Rose, Miss D. Seymour, Miss Norah Crampton, Miss D. Smee, Mr. Colin Henderson, Mrs. Tyrell Cavendish, Commander Harold Henderson (also representing Mr. David Henderson), Lady Seton-Karr, Mr. Ivor Back, Mr. John Barres, Mrs. H. S. Wright, Mrs. J. L. S. Hale, Miss C. Vivian, Mrs. Arthur Young, Mrs. Gerald Walker, Mrs. John Martin, Mrs. Charles Drage, Lord Fairfax, Mr. Alderson Smith, Mr. R. V. Cunningham, Mr. S. H. Eccles, Captain D. W. Alexander, R.N.R., Mr. C. G. Kidd, Mr. Henry M. Carlisle, Miss Carlisle, Lady (Keith) Elphinstone, Mrs. Guy Cross, Mrs. Charles Clarke.
 
Vice-Admiral C. V. Usborne, Mr. J. W. Emery, Major F. H. Charlton, Mrs. Adair Campbell, Mrs. Crews, Major Maitland Kersey, Mr. John Villiers, Mr. S. Colet, Mr. Norman Irving, Mr. A. L. Gosling, Miss Nash, Mr. Frank Charlton (director, Oceanic Steam Navigation Company), Mr. E. J. Smyth (representing Cunard White Star Line), Mr. E. W. Bond (former assistant manager, White Star Line), Mr. W. L. Hichens (director, L.M.S. Railway), Miss Beatrice Hill (representing Officers' Children Fund), Mr. L. M. Tenneson (secretary, Asiatic Steam Navigation Company), Sir Lionel Fletcher and Mr. H. W. Richards (Australian shipping manager) (representing Messrs. Dalgety and Co.), Sir Thomas Royden, Mr. Arthur B. Cauty (director, Cunard White Star Line), Mr. Henry P. Harland (representing Messrs. Harland and Wolff), Mr. Edward Brocklehurst Fielden (deputy chairman, L.M.S. Railway), Mr. G. Royde Smith (representing Sir Josiah Stamp, chairman, L.M.S. Railway), and Sir Thomas Williams (chairman of the Birmingham Canal Navigations), Mr. J. T. Binning, Lord Waring, Miss Hale, Mr. M. H. Workman (agent, Cunard White Star Line), and the staff of Mr. Ismay's households.
 
Burial was in Putney Vale Cemetery.

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