Personal information about Mary Ann Joyce

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Mary Ann Joyce
18 March 1899
Consecrated Brick Grave
Reverend W Kirkley



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Mary Ann Joyce
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    16 March 1899
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




JOYCE – Mar 14, at Rectory cottage, Mary Ann Joyce, widow of John Joyce, aged 88 years. Mary Ann was later buried in Newbury Cemetery on March 18 1899

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Mary Ann Joyce
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    23 March 1899
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




A WEEK’S OBITUARY – Death has been busy among both old and young during the last few days.  Mrs Joyce of Rectory cottages, Pound street, whose decease we recorded last week, had reached the advanced age of 88.  She was the widow of the late Mr John Joyce, known to an older generation as a watchmaker and jeweller of the old fashioned school, who occupied premises in Northbrook street, where Mr Garlick now carries on business.  The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon in the family vault at the cemetery, the first part of the ceremony beingconducted in St John’s Church.  The mourners were Miss Joyce (daughter), Dr Joyce (son, Mr W H Joyce (grandson).  The coffin was inscribed:

                                                    MARY ANN JOYCE

                                                  Died March 14, 1899

                                                          Aged 88 years

Floral offerings were sent by Mr and Mrs Joyce and family, “In ever loving memory”, Miss Joyce “From a dear daughter”, the Misses Williams “In fond remembrance”, Mrs Bentall “In loving sympathy”, Mrs Gibbons and Annie, Agnes Davis

. Messrs Penford and Son, Northbrook Street, were the undertakers.

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