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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Ann Mary Edmonds
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   02 February 1943
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   110 Craven Road, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 243
Record number: 11542
Official at burial:
   Bertram Russell
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Ann Mary EDMONDS
  29 January 1943
  4 kerbstones
  Marble Letters. Pedestal: engraved.
  North kerbstone, slope:In Loving Memory of William Edmonds who died Dec. 21st 1925 aged 75 years // North Kerbstone, side: At Rest // East kerbstone, slope: Also of Ann Mary, his wife, died Jan. 29th 1943 aged 91 // Pedestal (for vase): William and Annie Mary Edmonds // East Kerbstone, side: Re-untied //
  Broken & separated kerbstones, found almost completely buried.
    Cabinet maker of Northbrook St. Parents James & Hannah, buried in LN29; children in NNWW7
  15 April 2015
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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Ann Mary Edmonds
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    04 February 1943
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News



Mrs. Ann Mary Edmonds


The Late Mrs. W. Edmonds

Widow of a Well-known Newbury Tradesman


The death took place on Jan. 29th at the age of 90, of Mrs. Ann Mary Edmonds, 110 Craven-road, Newbury.  Mrs. Edmonds was the widow of the late Mr. William Edmonds, who was Mayor in 1898-9.  Mr. Edmonds was the grandson of the founder of the old-established business of Messrs. Edmonds and Son, cabinet makers and upholsterers in Northbrook-street.  He was in business practically all his life and was assisted by his wife for many years.  He died in 1925.


Mrs. Edmonds was a regular worshipper at St. Nicholas Church.  She came to Newbury from Cirencester upon her marriage in 1878.


The Funeral


The funeral took place at the parish Church on Tuesday, the Rector (Rev. Bertram Russell) officiating.  The interment was in the Newtown-road Cemetery.


The mourners were: The misses Margaret, Alice and May Edmonds (daughters), Mrs. And Mr. Stephens (daughter and son-in-law), the Misses Dorothy and Mary Stephens (grandchildren), Mr. A. Edmonds, Winchester (cousin), Mr. A. and the Misses E. and B. Edmonds (nephews and nieces).  Among those unable to be present were Mrs. Needham (daughter), now in Rhodesia; Mr. D. Stephens, on service in India; Mr. Lock (brother) was ill, and represented by his son, Mr. George Lock.  Others present included Miss Fielder, Miss Nisbett, Mrs. B. Russell, Miss L.E. Pearce, Mrs. Lovelock, Mrs. M.B. Howell.


Wreaths were sent from: Her children; her grandchildren; brother William and family; nephews and nieces, 114 Craven-road; nephews and nieces, Speen; Mr. A. Edmonds and Staff of Edmonds and Son; the Misses and Mr. Fielder; Admiral and Mrs. Hyde-Parker; Mrs. Lovelock.


The funeral arrangements were carried out by Messrs. Edmonds and Son, in conjunction with Messrs. Hitchman Ltd.


Also : Mrs Edmonds (nee Lock) married on 30th April 1878 and they had 5 children: William, b. 1879; Margaret A, b. 1881; Alice Mary, b. 1880; Winifred J, b. 1886 and Helen, b. 1883.  In her will she left effects to the value of £241. 4s 8d.  Mr Edmonds died on 22nd December 1925 aged 75 years.


NWN 04/02/1943

Mrs P p. 100

NNWW8 “aged 91”








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