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  Annie Amelia WALKER
  18 August 1899
  Double grave P(B)15 &16 with 4 kerbstones. 2 Headstones within kerbstones and 1 vase for P(B)15.
  Limestone Lead letters.
  Headstone: In Loving Memory of / Annie Amelia Walker / who passed away / August 18th. 1899 / aged 17 years. / "Not gone from memory, not gone from love / But safe in her Father's home above." / Also of / Mary Elizabeth Cullinan / sister of the above / who died Sept. 18th. 1930 / aged 44 years. / At Rest. //
  Good. Some lead letters missing. Overgrown.
    Annie Amelia was the eldest child of Richard & Ann, born in Twyford where her father had been working as a Signalman on the Railway for 2 years, earning 18/- week. She has no recorded occupation but may have helped her mother keep the busy coal yard, and later the shop, running for the men of the family.Mary Elizabeth Walker was the second daughter of Richard and Amelia. Aged 5, she was living with her Aunt Tarry, a Laundress, in The Marsh, Pangbourne & she never appears with her own family in future census records. She first marries Benjamin Smith. He was a carman to a Coal merchant (possibly her FiL) and they lived in Pangbourne with their 2 boys. Benjamin was KIA in 1917. Their youngest son, Reginald, had already died aged 6 in Pangbourne and his brother, Percy Benjamin, died after his mother's death, in a Japanese PoW Camp in Thailand in 1943. Percy's address was given as 17, Berkeley Rd, Newbury which had been the home of his Uncle Montague. In 1920, Mary married William Edward Charles, an older widow with children, of Dorset Rd, Kennington, but he died 4 years later. In 1925 she married Francis Joseph (Frank) Cullinan. Frank worked for the Postal Services as a Postman then cleaner in Newbury. Mary died in the Royal Berks Hospital & her husband died 8 years later aged 49 in the Sanatorium, Abingdon, Berks. Frank, whose burial is recorded in the NRC Burial Records is not listed in the index of graves. He may have been interred in his wife's grave without his name being engraved. Sources: NRC Bur Rcds; Ancestry records.
  22 May 2022
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Mary Elizabeth CULLINAN

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Annie A Walker
23 August 1899
Unconsecrated private grave
Rev'd. J.W. Stewart



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Annie Amelia Walker
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    24 August 1899
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




WALKER – Aug 18,at 76 Bartholomew street, Annie Amelia Walker, daughter of Richard Walker, aged 17 years.

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