Thomson Newspaper Cuttings
The Kentish Mercury 26 March 1909. Death Announcement – paid for
PITARC On March 20th at 9, Park-road, New Cross, Agnes Jane, the beloved wife of Joseph J Pitarc and daughter of John H Thomson, of Greeenwich, in her 25th year.
The Kentish Mercury 20 Nov 1914. Death Announcement – paid for
THOMSON on November 16th at 132 Greenwich road SE. John Hallyburton Thomson in his 60th year. Internement today (Friday) at Shooters Hill Cemetery 2:30 pm Service at St Mark's Presbyterian Church 1:15 pm
The Kentish Mercury Friday 27 Nov 1914
The death occurred on the 16th inst. of Mr. John Halyburton Thomson, who for many years was in business as a draper, etc., at 132, Greenwich-road. The deceased, who was in his 60th year, was a prominent member of St. Mark's Presbyterian Church, South-street, Greenwich, where the first part of the funeral service was read on Friday by the minister (the Rev. Francis Harvey). the large congregation included the Mayor of Greenwich (Alderman Donald McCall, J.P.) Messrs. C.H. Peake, P. Forbes, A. Campbell, R. West, and J.R. Andreson (office bearers). The hymns were "Peace, perfect peace," and "Now the labourer's task is o'er." The mourners were Messrs. C.H., J.A. and W.A. Thomson (sons), Messrs. Alfred, Edgar, Adolph, Charles, Albert, Walter, Ralph and Harold Thomson (brothers), and Mr. J.J. Pitarc (deceased's son-in-law and partner). The interment was at Shooters' hill Cemetery, Messrs. John Chappell and Sons, of New Cross road, having charge of the arrangements.
The Kentish Mercury 23 Apr 1915. Death Announcement – paid for
THOMSON on the 21st inst. at 52, Fortune Green-road, West Hampstead, Charles Ernest aged 51 years, fifth son of the late John Thomson of Ashburnham-grove, Greenwich. He was for many years hon. secretary of the Argus Bicycle Club