Personal information about Frederick Flower

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Frederick Flower
31 May 1892
Unconsecrated Common Internment
Reverend James Joues
Not sure about Rev's Name. On FBMD



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Frederick Flower
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    02 June 1892
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News





FLOWER - May 28, of Pneumonia, after a few days’ illness, at Donnington-road, Newbury, Frederick, the eldest son of the late Frederick Flower, of Hollington Hants, in the 43rd year of his age.

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Article source:    NWN
Date of source:    02 June 1892
Copyright:    © 



Newbury Weekly News
Dated 2" June 1892

THE LATE MR FREDERICK FLOWER — The death took place rather suddenly on Saturday, of Mr Frederick Flower, of Oxford-terrace. Mr Flower had been in failing health lately and under medical treatment, but on Saturday, drove to Reading, attended the market, transacted his usual business, and drove back in the evening. On his return home he did some book-keeping, but subsequently was taken ill and died shortly before 11 o'clock. Mr Flower was the son of the late Mr Frederick Flower, of Hollington farm, Woodhay, and was well known in agricultural circles, being a regular attendant at Newbury, Reading and Hungerford markets. For some seven years he was manager of the Dunn and Town Mills, Hungerford, and about ten years ago came to Newbury and succeeded to the corn-dealing business of Mr Westmacott, which he has carried on ever since. The funeral took place on Tuesday at Newbury Cemetery.


Newbury Weekly News

Dated 2" June 1892

All Communications relating to the Business of the late MR FREDERICK FLOWER, COMN MERCHANT, OXFORD ROAD, NEWBURY, Should be Addressed to the Undersigned, who will Manage the said Business for the present. All Orders will be Executed with promptitude.

Speenhamland Newbury,
1st June 1892
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