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  George BEALE
  02 January 1893
  77
  Male
   
  Headstone and footstone
  Sandstone
   
  "On headstone: In/ Loving Memory of / The Rev George Beale, / Primitive Methodist Minister / who entered into rest / January 2nd 1893 / aged 77 years./ ""Precious in the sight of the Lord is / the death of his saints"" Psalm CXVI: 15. / Also / Sarah Ann Beale, / the beloved wife of the above / who departed this life / July 27th 1911,/ aged 78 years. / ""Her end was peace.""// On footstone: G.B./1893/ S.A.B./1911//"
   
  Headstone and footstone
  50A
   
   
  01 March 2012
  HVR
 
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Sarah Ann BEALE

Cemetery Accounts Record

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George Beale
05 January 1893
 
06
01
 

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

George Beale
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    13 January 1893
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

THE LATE REV. G. BEALE
The funeral of the Rev. George Beale, of Craven-street, who passed away on the previous Monday, took place on Friday last. The body was conveyed to the Primitive Methodist Church, where the first part of the service was gone through, the Rev. J.H. Green and W. Scruby taking part.

A short address was given by the Rev. D. Harding, who stated that their deceased brother had for 48 years been in the ministry of their connexion, thirty-one of which were spent in active labour, and seventeen as a supernumerary. Though not a great preacher in the accepted term, he was an earnest, prodding, servant of Christ, and was made the honoured instrument of winning many souls for his Master. His goodness was his greatness, and many will be the crown of his rejoicing on the last day.

The hymn “Give me the wings of faith to rise,” having been sung, an appropriate voluntary was played as the body was removed to the church for conveyance to the Cemetery, where it was laid in sure and certain resurrection to eternal life. Several of the congregation who were present also attended the last ceremony, though inclement weather prevented all doing so.

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Rev'd. George Beale

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Rev'd. George Beale

 



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