Personal information about Mary Bunny

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Mary Bunny
14 March 1891
Newbury
Consecrated Family Vault
Reverend E J Gardner
 
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Mary Bunny
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    12 March 1891
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

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MARY BUNNY

The Late Mrs Bunny. – Our obituary of to-day announces the death of Mrs. Bunny, of Northbrook –street, widow of Dr. Joseph Bunny, who died in June, 1885. Mrs Bunny was daughter of Mr. James Wells, of Aldbourn, whose bell foundry, as carried on by several generations of his family has enjoyed quite a historic renown. On leaving Aldbourn, Mr. Wells settled in Newbury, occupying the Limes, now the residence of Mr. Cockburn Pinniger. Mr. Wells died in 1840. Mrs. Bunny will, we understand, be buried at the Cemetery, where the late Dr. Bunny is interred, on Saturday.

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Mary Bunny
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    19 March 1891
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

MARY BUNNY

The Late Mrs. Bunny.-  The funeral of the late Mrs. Bunny, whose death we recorded last week, took place on Saturday, in the family vault at the Newbury Cemetery. The burial service was conducted by the Rev. E. I. Gardiner, Rector of Newbury.

The mourners were Mr. J. Brice Bunny, Miss Bunny, Miss M. E. Bunny, Mr. Wells, Mr. Eyles, Miss K. Bunny, Master Bunny, Rev. and Mrs. Gooch, Mrs. Greene, and the household servants. At the Cemetery were a number of personal friends, including Miss Barnes, Mr. W. J. Cowper, Mr. G. N. Tanner, Mr. R. Fisher, Rev. E. Lopresti, Mr. D. R. Jones, &c.

The coffin was of polished oak, and a brass plate bore the inscription, “Mary Bunny, died March 9, 1891, aged 82.” The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. H. S. Hannington of Northbrook Street.

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