Thorne, Louise Ethelinda

Thorne, Louise Ethelinda
10 Oct
2018

Louise Ethelinda Thorne Nee Holligan, age 110, affectionately known as “Ma” and “Aunt Babe”of 1st Avenue, Thorne Road, Greens St. George, member of Greens Church of God, Daughter of the late James and Florence Holligan, Wife of the late Alphonsa Thorne, Mother of Waple Brathwaite, Coreen Thorne-Robinson and Elza Thorne of Toronto, Carl Thorne of the U.S.A., Esther Bynoe, Marlyn Jackman, the late Colin Thorne and Loretta Atkins, Grandmother of Chesterfield Holligan and Wilma Thorneof the U.S.A., Anthony and Yolanda Atkins of the U.K., Wayne Bynoe, Crystal Dottin, Karen Bascombe, Corey Jackman, Deborah, Anderson and Donna Thorne, Shirley York, Judy, Waveney, Tyronne and Colvin Brathwaite, Heather Forde, Stephanie Bynoe, Adrian St. Hill and many others, Great-grandmother of Ashlee Bascombe, Keshia York-Yearwood and twenty-five others, Great-Great Grandmother of eight, Mother-in-law of Reverend Edwin Jackman, Ermin, Beryl Thorne and the late Lionel Robinson, Aunt of Barbara Miller, Jeffrey and Irene Holligan and many others, Relative of the Holligan, Smith and Forde families.

The funeral of Louise Ethelinda Thorne Nee Holligan leaves Michael St. Hill and Sons Funeral Home, Bush Hall Main Road St. Michael on Tuesday, October 16th, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. for the Greens Church of God, Greens, St. George, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 1:00 p.m. for the first service. The cortege will then proceed to the St. Jude’s Anglican Church, St. Jude Village, St. George at 3:30 p.m. for the second service, followed by the interment.


The Organist and members of the choir are asked to attend.

Flowers may be sent to Michael St. Hill and Sons Funeral Home no later than 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday.

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