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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Patrick Heaney
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Age at death:
   54
Date of burial:
   03 April 1937
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Bartholomew Street, Newbury
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1917
Page number: 203
Record number: 11217
Official at burial:
   Canon F Green (Catholic Priest)
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Patrick Heaney
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and Mrs Pattison
Date of source:    08 April 1937
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

PATRICK HEANEY

 

NEWBURY LICENSEE’S DEATH

MR. PATRICK HEANEY

of “The Nag’s Head”

 

The death occurred in Newbury District Hospital on Tuesday last week of Mr. Patrick Heaney, landlord of the “Nag’s Head” Inn, Bartholomew-street, at the age of 54.

 

Mr. Heaney was well known in racing circles and met with considerable success as a jockey under the National Hunt rules. One notable and very popular success was on Bairgen Bree to win the Scottish Grand National for the late Sir Peter Walker.

 

[Photograph of Mr. Heaney]

 

A native of Ayr, Scotland, Mr. Heaney was for a number of years employed by Capt. R.F.K. Gooch, of West Ilsley, and later was head man for Mr. George Todd, at East Ilsley, where he was well known and popular. He retired only last year to become landlord of the “Nag’s Head”.He leaves a widow, a daughter and son.

 

The funeral was on Saturday, a service at St Joseph’s Church being conducted by Canon Francis Green. The interment in the Municipal Cemetery was accompanied by the impressive rites of the “Buffalo” Order, many members of which were in attendance.

 

The principal mourners were Mrs. E. Heaney (widow), Miss M. Heaney (daughter), Mr. and Mrs. N. Heaney (son and daughter-in-law),, Mrs Gillon (sister), Mr. Dan Heaney (brother), Mr. and Mrs.Pearce (brother and sister-in-law), Miss Griffiths and Mrs Alco (sisters-in-law), Mr. George Hughes (nephew), Mr. F. Tanner (East Ilsley).

 

The funeral service of the R.A.O.B. was read by Bro. H.G. Davis of the Winchcombe Lodge, and other members present were Brothers Rawlings, Collier, Osgood, Sheppard, Juggins, Winsor, Booker, Preston, Talmadge, Cray, King, Tilley,Edwards,Mutlow, A. Gibbs, Collins, J. Williams, and W. Cleeveley.

 

Newbury Weekly News 8 April 1937

 

Mrs. P. p.91 N. Ch (K)34

Buried 3 April 1937 Bk 1917 p.203 no. 11217

 

 

also Emily Elizabeth Heaney died 8 April 1947 aged 62

Buried  11 April 1947 Bk 1917 p. 267 n.11730

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