Obituaries

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NEWS of the death of Barbara Taylor marks another page closure in our breed history and the end of an era for many of those among the senior generation of Afghan Hound enthusiasts, writes Sylvia Evans, president, on behalf of the East of England...
Joan Rock IT IS with great sadness that I write of the death of Joan Rock, president of the Northern American Cocker Club and a successful breeder and exhibitor of the breed with her Alljays affix, writes Frank Kane.
I AM very sorry to report the death of Keith Hicks (Multan), one of the most gentle, thoughtful, generous and knowledgeable people the Bearded Collie breed has ever had the privilege to count as an enthusiast, writes Wendy Hines.
Kath Morgan FAMILY and friends gathered on September 28 to say farewell to Kath Morgan of the Cwrt Afon Welsh Springer Spaniels kennel, who died suddenly at home a week previously, writes Deb Roberts and Jan Janes.
JEANNE Oakes (Oakseal), former membership secretary and member of the Caledonian Dandie Dinmont Terrier Club committee, died in Royal Blackburn Hospital on September 20 at the age of 78, writes Keith Derry, the club’s secretary.
Ian Blore MORE than 500 messages of condolence have been posted on Facebook for someone who was obviously well loved and well respected in the dog world, Ian Blore (Movalian), writes Chris Ripsher.
Robert Forsyth ROBERT Forsyth, one of the outstanding figures of the American show world, has died. He had been involved with pedigree dogs since 1933 and served with a Marine Corps dog platoon during the second world...
‘Chink’ Owen HARRY Francis Owen (Chink) of the Gaywyn Scottish Terrier fame has died after quietly celebrating his 97th birthday before a family get-together – which included a four-generation photo session, writes Audrey Harrison. He was also happily...
BERYL BUGDEN (Duncarreg Pointers, Irish Setters, Hungarian Vizslas and Whippets) sadly died on Monday September 5 in Hereford County Hospital after suffering a major heart attack aged 83, writes her daughter Gina Williams.
Natalie Norris IT IS with great sadness that we heard of the death of Natalie Norris of the renowned Alaskan/Anadyr Siberians via her granddaughter Lisbet, writes Sally Leich.
Beryl Payne AFTER a short illness, Beryl Payne died on August 25, writes her son-in-law John Walton-Haddon.
Jackie Cartledge IT IS with a very heavy heart that I write that in the early hours of August 23, Jackie Cartledge, my daughter-in-law, died at Thames Hospice, Windsor, writes Liz Cartledge.
I WAS very sad to hear that Lucy Stevenson had died suddenly on August 13, writes Ronnie Chadwick. She came into Newfoundlands in the early 1980s with a well-bred bitch, Coalfern Windy Ridge of Culnor, having previously bred Welsh Springer Spaniels.
Helen Steven IT IS truly with a heavy heart that I write of the death of Helen Steven who, with her late husband John, had the very well-known Rossbank kennel of Labradors, writes David Craig.
JOHN ASTLE’s sudden death on August 12 as the result of a massive heart attack has shocked and saddened the Afghan community, writes Heather Bunney.
Death of Vic Salt VIC Salt died peacefully on Monday, leaving his constant companion and beloved wife Lynne, writes Elainne Wilson.
Patches Silverstone PATCHES Silverstone of the Tanstar Dalmatians died on August 4, 18 months after suffering a devastating stroke, writes Sandra Munro and Kath Brand.
ONE day at the Rainbow Bridge all the animals were extremely unsettled, the Boxers more so than most. They began to gather at the pathway leading to the Bridge to watch and wait. They knew that someone special was coming, writes Robert McDougal.
IN THE late 1970s Jean Loughborough, who died recently, became the owner of a brindle Staffordshire Bull Terrier named Pejay Samson Agonistes, and my first knowledge of her was seeing him advertised for stud in the Stafford magazine in ‘81, writes...

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