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Memorial Details

  James TUBB
  26 May 1893
  Coped roof tomb
  "On N side of roof: In Loving Memory of / James Tubb (of Mount Villa, Newbury) / who entered into rest May 26th. 1893 aged 78 years. / Also of Clara, 2nd wife of James Tubb / who died at Faringdon March 22nd. 1914 / aged 86 years./ Blessed are the Dead that die in the Lord.// On S side of roof: In Loving Memory of / Caroline the beloved wife of James Tubb / who departed this life January 28th. 1873 / aged 67 years./In sure and certain hope of a joyful resurrection. / ""In her tongue was the law of kindness "" Prov 31 chap. 26v."
  Coped roof tomb on rectangular base. Engraved lettering.
  01 March 2012
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Clara TUBB
Caroline TUBB

Cemetery Accounts Record

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James Tubb
30 May 1893
Unconsecrated Brick Grave
Reverend G J Knight



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

James Tubb
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser
Date of source:    01 June 1893
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News







The death occurred on Friday last of Mr. James Tubb, at his residence Mount-villas, at the advanced age of 78. Mr. Tubb in early life was engaged in agriculture, and for many years occupied Netherton-farm, near Faccombe, Hants, but approaching 40 years ago he retired from farming pursuits and settled at Clayhill, subsequently removing to Mount-villas. Upon his removal to Newbury he identified himself with the Baptist Church, of which he subsequently became a deacon.


His failing health had prepared his friends for the change which occurred last Friday. He was laid to rest in Newbury cemetery on Tuesday. The coffin was of polished oak, with solid brass furniture. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. Alfred Jackson.


The mourners were Mr. Richard Osmond, Mr. Thomas N. Cave, Mr. T. M. Nias. Mr. Bowden, Mr. Whitington, Mr. J. J. Davies, the Rev. G. J, Knight officiated.


Mr. Tubb leaves a widow (his second wife) but no issue. Mr. Tubb's brothers will be remembered, one of whom occupied Hill Green farm, and another lived the latter years of his life at Thatcham.


Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser - Thursday 01 June 1893

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