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QUAIL, J. A. – The Late Mr. J. A. Quail – Prominent Druggist Passes Away – Largely Attended Funeral. We regret to announce the death of Mr. J.A. Quail, late chemist and druggist of the Stabroek Market which sad event took place almost suddenly at his late residence, lot 28 D’Urban Street, Wortmanville, on Monday morning. Deceased had been apparently well until about 4:30 Monday morning when he complained of feeling ill and about half an hour later, he succumbed, his malady been diagnosed as heart trouble. Deceased, who was of an amiable character, had a large circle of friends and his death is greatly lamented. The funeral, which was fairly largely attended, took place from the above address yesterday afternoon and amongst those who attended were Messrs E.F. Fredericks; LL, B.J., W. Weeks; M.E. Kingston, M. Nascimento, W. Harrison, E.S. Conway, J. Byer, J.A. Barnwell, G.J. Cameron, S. Detering, W. Worrell, E. Reid, R. Piggot, J. Hutt, F. Nurse, J. Alves, G. Ramsay, G.L. Theobald, P. Perry, R.H. Cendrecourt, J. Rogers, G. Abraham, E. Boston, A. Williams, G. and C. Quail, G. Sylvestre, H. Bumbury, R.F. Ellis, E.E. Elcock and T.A. Egerton. The bearers were Messrs J.J. Hutt, J.A. Ince, F. Nurse, R.H. Cendrecourt and G. and C. Quail. The cortege wended its way to the Church of the Sacred Heart, Main Street, where the Rev. Father Nazareth conducted a short service after which the procession proceeded ot La Repentir Cemetery where the interment was made in the new Roman Catholic ground, the Rev. Father Nazareth performing the last rites at the graveside. A large number of floral tributes was sent. (Date and newspaper unknown)  View actual news clipping {courtesy of John O'Connor - our many thanks and appreciation to John for his time and work in obtaining these records}