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Memorial Details

  Eliza PACKER
  06 February 1885
  67
  Female
   
  Cross on stepped pedestal and four kerbstones
  Limestone with inlaid letters
   
  Top step of pedestal: In Loving memory of/ Middle step of pedestal: Eliza Packer/ who died Feb. 6th. 1885 in the 69th. year of her age. Bottom step of pedestal: Also of Susannah Packer/ sister of the above/ who died Jan. 19th. 1894/ in the 80th. year of her age./ South kerbstone: " For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again"/ East kerbstone: "Even so them also" North kerbstone: " Which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him."
   
  Fair
  W112
   
   
  16 April 2013
  DL
 
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Susannah PACKER

Cemetery Accounts Record

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Eliza Packer
11 February 1885
Donnington
J T Gibbs
 
02
017
 
On FBMD. Unable to decipher where buried

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Eliza Packer
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser
Date of source:    12 February 1885
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

ELIZA PACKER

THE LATE MISS PACKER.

Yesterday was laid to rest in the Newbury Cemetery the remains of Miss Eliza Packer, a member of one of our oldest and most respected families in the town. Deceased was the second daughter of the late Mr. John Packer, since whose death in 1854 there has been no removal by death in the family, which consisted of two brothers Mr. John Packer and the Rev. Charles Packer, vicar of Longwood, near Huddersfield, and three sisters, Miss Packer of Donnington-square, the deceased and Mrs. J. P. Jackson.

Miss Eliza Packer. in conjunction with her sisters, conducted for some years a ladies' school, to which they succeeded on its being relinquished by the late Miss Barnes. They lived in a fine old house of the Queen Anne period, which occupied the site of the Baptist Chapel. Since 1858, when the school was given up, the deceased and her sister have lived in Donnington-square, and every good work in the parish has received her best support.

Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser - Thursday 12 February 1885


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