Personal information about Charles Balding Boyer

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Death Information

   Charles Balding Boyer
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Death certificate for Charles Balding Boyer
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Charles Balding Boyer
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Date of Death:
   08 October 1898
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Place of death:
   93 Northbrook Street, Newbury, Berkshire, Newbury
Usual address:
   6 Battle road
Cause of death:
  Acute Enteritis
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Memorial Details

  Charles Balding BOYER
  08 October 1898
  Cross on 3 step pedestal + kerbstones on double plot
  Limestone with inlaid letters
  Cross: In Loving Memory. Top step of pedestal: Alfred Edward, son of George & Ellen Boyer/ died Sep. 14 1896 aged 17. Middle step of pedestal: Also of Charles Balding Boyer/ second son of the above/ who departed this life Oct. 8th. 1898/ aged 32 years. Bottom step of pedestal: "Peace, perfect peace". East kerbstone: Henry Balding Boyer who died Dec.29th.1901 aged 24 years./ Also of George Boyer who died March 5th. 1904 aged 66 years./ "Resting". North kerbstone (top): Also of Ada BOYER who died March 24th. 1931 aged 58 years. North kerbstone (side): Also of Ellen wife of George Boyer/ at rest June 18th.1921 aged 83 years. South kerbstone(side): Also of Ellen Louise died May 4th. 1930 aged 59 years.
  Poor. Many letters missing
  21 May 2013
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Other people list on this memorial

Alfred Edward BOYER
Henry Balding BOYER
George BOYER
Ellen Louise BOYER

Cemetery Accounts Record

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

Charles Balding Boyer
12 October 1898
Consecrated Private Grave Rserved
Reverend E J Gardiner



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Charles Boyer
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser
Date of source:    13 October 1898
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News






The townspeople were saddened on Saturday morning to hear of the death of Mr. Charles Boyer second son of Mr. George Boyer, of Northbrook-street. The news was so unexpected, as few outside the family circle knew of the Illness, which indeed had lasted but a week, a fatal termination not being anticipated until Saturday morning, when acute inflammation of the bowels ended in death, thus cutting off suddenly a young man approaching the prime of life.

The deceased had been connected with several of the institutions of the town, the Guildhall and Conservative Clubs, and at the latter had acted as secretary of the Games Committee, thus doing much to promote sociability and intercourse amongst the members and friends.

The funeral took place yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon, and the numerous closed shutters and drawn blinds testified to the general respect entertained for the deceased, and sympathy with the sorrowing parents and relatives. The first part of the service was conducted at the Pariah Church, the Rector officiating, and the choir being present, with Mr. Drury, A.R.C. O. at the organ. The hymns sung were "Thy way not mine, O Lord," and "Thy will be done " • As the coffin was borne out of church the organist played the "Dead March."

The interment took place at the Cemetery. The mourners were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Boyer, Mr. and Mrs J. Povey (Farnham), Miss Nellie Boyer, Mr. W. Boyer, Miss Ada Boyer, Mr H. B. Boyer. Miss Dorn Boyer , Mr. Leslie B. Boyer, Mr. W. Balding.

Those present in church included the Mayor and Mayoress (Mr and Mrs. K Gould), the churchwardens, etc., etc.

Among the numerous wreaths were those sent by …..

The funeral was conducted by Mr. Hanington, of Nortlhbrook-street.


Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser - Thursday 13 October 1898

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