William Cave

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Date published: 15/06/2014
© Newbury Weekly News

WILLIAM CAVE

 

THE LATE SERGEANT CAVE

 

The funeral of the late Mr. Cave, for many years drill-sergeant to the Newbury Volunteers, took place on Saturday in Newbury Cemetery. The service was taken by the Rev. Marsh Kirkby, and the mourners included relatives and old friends.

 

The late sergeant will be remembered with affection and esteem by many of those who were members of the Newbury Volunteer Company during the most flourishing period of its history. Sergeant Cave brought the Company to a high standard of efficiency, from which it has never departed. Col.-Sergt. Lucas was present to represent the old comrades of the deceased at the funeral.

 

Newbury Weekly News 10 November 1898

 

Lived May Villas, York Road, Greenham.

“formerly of Newbury and late of Woolhampton – in 75th year.”

 

BMD Death Dec Q 1898

William Cave aged 74 Newbury 2c 153

Sources:Newbury Weekly News 10 November 1898 and BMD

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