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Kildare Observer 21 April 1934
Mrs. Margaret Wheeler, Roseville, Naas

The sympathy of all sections of the community has been aroused by the death which took place at her residence, Roseville, Naas, on Friday, of Mrs. Margaret Wheeler. Deceased was well known for her generous disposition and kindly nature and her demise ahs caused universal regret. She was the relict of the late Mr. Bernard Wheeler, Master of the old Workhouse, Naas, and was the mother of Mr. Joe Wheeler, Assistant Secretary of the Kildare Board of Health, and the popular captain of the Naas senior hockey team. Her son, Mr. Tom Wheeler is the very popular hon. secretary of the North Kildare Coursing Club, and besides a prominent player on the Naas senior G.A.A. team.
The funeral, which took place to the New Cemetery, Naas, on Sunday, was one of the largest witnessed in the town for a number of years, bearing eloquent testimony of the popularity and high esteem in which deceased and her family were held by the townspeople.
The chief mourners were – Michael, Jos. And Thomas Wheeler (sons), Etta Wheeler (daughter), Mrs. T. Hughes, Robertstown (sister), John Donegan (Portarlington), and James Donegan (Barraderry) (brothers), Joseph Wheeler (Mullingar) and Aloysius Donegan, Portarlington (nephews), Miss Rita Hughes, Robertstown; Mrs. T. Donegan, Barraderry, and Mrs. A. Kenny, Balbriggan (nieces); Mrs. E. McCarthy, Dermot and Jack McCarthy, Dublin, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hughes, Dublin (cousins).
Rev. P. J. Doyle, C.C., officiated at the graveside.

The obituary of Mrs. Margaret Wheeler, of Naas, from the Kildare Observer of 21 April 1934

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