Personal information about William Clinch

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William Clinch
25 March 1895
Newbury
Unconsecrated Private Grave
Reverend A Shipham
 
02
083
 
On FBMD

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

William Clinch
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and Mrs Pattison
Date of source:    23 March 1895
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

WILLIAM CLINCH

 

THE LATE MR. WILLIAM CLINCH

 

Our obituary column to-day announces the death of Mr. William Clinch, who for some years past has successfully carried on the business of butcher in Cheap-street.

 

He was for many years in the employ of Mr. F.J. Coldicutt, then carrying on business on the Bridge, where his obliging and genial manners made him a favourite with the customers.

 

Death was the result of an attack of influenza, followed by dropsy.

 

The funeral took place on Monday at the Cemetery.

 

 

Newbury Weekly News 23 March 1895

 

Mrs Pattison page 179  P(J)19

 

BMD MarQ 1895 died at Newbury Ref 2c208 aged 49

 

Family Search born 1845 s/o Thomas Clinch.

Married Mary Knight 6 Oct. 1868 St Giles, Reading

 

Sources:Newbury Weekly News 23 March 1895, BMD and Family Search

   
This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 

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William Clinch
William Clinch 1845 - 1895
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William Clinch
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William Clinch
62 Cheap Street, Newbury
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William Clinch
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Frederick George Clinch
(Son of William and Mary Clinch, died at sea, recorded on the Memorial Inscription with his parents)
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Frederick George Clinch

 



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