Personal information about William Harman Smith

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Memorial Details

  William Harmon SMITH
  12 December 1896
  77
  Male
   
  Headstone with cross & kerbstone
  Sandstone
  Headstone: In / loving memory of / Charlotte / wife of / William Harmon Smith / born 27th April 1819 died 24th Sept 1887 / "Not gone from memory nor from love / but gone to our Father's home above" / Also of / William Harmon Smith / who passed peacefully away Dec 12th 1896 / aged 77 years (quotation unreadable) / Kerbstone south:Also the ashes of Lee Smith their youngest son born 1859 died Oct 1st 1940 / kerbstone east: Resting in hope of Eternl Life"
  Green, most is readable, flaky at the bottom of the headstone
  CH12 (D)
   
   
  12 September 2016
  JB & SK
 
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Other people list on this memorial

Charlotte SMITH
Lee SMITH

Cemetery Accounts Record

The information below is derived from the Newbury Cemetery company Accounts ledgers.

William Harman Smith
16 December 1896
Newbury
Consecrated Private Grave
Reverend H B Brew
 
02
092
 
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William Harman Smith
Article source:    Probate search service.gov.uk
Date of source:   
Copyright:    © as above

Transcription:

 

WILLIAM HARMAN SMITH

Probate:

Smith William Harman of 11 Carnarvon-street West-street Newbury Berkshire died 12th December 1896 Probate Oxford 16th March 1897 to Lee Smith engine-fitter and Joseph Smith dental-engineer Effects: £641 6s 6d

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 


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