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Mrs. Nageswary (Thevi) Murugesu, passed away on April 8, 2007.

All her three sons

  • Dr. M. Mohandas (UK)
  • Mr. M. Chandradas (UK)
  • Mr. M. Kugadas (UK)
    are old boys of Hartley College.

    Her house "Thangapuram" is just opposite Nellandai Pathtira Kali Amman Kovil, Thumpalai Point Pedro.


    Date and time: 12th April 2007 1:00 p.m.


    Lewisham Crematorium,
    Verdant Lane
    Lewisham, London
    SE6 1TP.
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    For more information, contact:

    Mr. M. Kugadas
    81 Malmains Way
    Beckenham Kent
    BR3 6SF
    Phone: 011-44-208-6631645
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