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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Fanny Mason
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Age at death:
   83
Date of burial:
   03 April 1943
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   County Council Emergency Hospital, Newbury
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1917
Page number: 245
Record number: 11557
Official at burial:
   T Hayden Haimvigy ?
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Fanny MASON
  30 March 1943
  83
  Female
   
  Pedestal Tomb on square plinth with "shield" panels
  Limestone with engraved letters
   
  North Facing Shield: In/ Affectionate remembrance of/ Elizabeth/ the wife of John H Mason/ who died Novr 1st 1877/ aged 55 years/ "Absent from the body/ present with the Lord/ And of/ John Hawe Mason/ who passed away Augt 27th 1907/ aged 90 years/ "Reunited"/ East facing shield: Sacred/ to the memory of/ Elizabeth Anne Mason/ eldest daughter of/ John H and E Mason/ who died Novr 24th 1875/ aged 25 years./" I heard a voice from heaven/ saying unto me. Write blessed/ are the dead which die in the/ Lord/ Also Emily/ who died Oct 29th 1878/ Aged 26 years. South facing shield: In/ Loving memory of/ Jessie Edith/ wife of Francis H Adnams/ of Speenhamland/ Newbury/ fourth daughter of/ John H and E Mason/ who died Jan 29th 1886/ aged 27 years/ Also Fanny/ who died March 30th 1943/ aged 83 years.
   
  Fair with some weather staining
  W5
   
   
  07 November 2012
  DL
 
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Other people list on this memorial

Elizabeth MASON
John Hawe MASON
Elizabeth Anne MASON
Emily MASON
Jessie Edith ADNAMS

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Fanny Mason
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    08 April 1943
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

FANNY MASON

DEATH OF MISS FANNY MASON

The death took place on March 30th of Miss Fanny Mason, of 14 Chesterfield Road, Newbury. Miss Mason came of an old Newbury family, being the last surviving daughter of the late Mr. John Hawe Mason, J.P.

Miss Mason, who was 83 years of age, had been in failing health for some time, but prior to her illness she was quite an active woman for her age. When well over 70, she flew by aeroplane to visit her niece in Jersey.

She was one of a handful of women members who did most useful work in the old Newbury Board of Guardians, on which she served from 1919 until the Guardians were abolished in 1930.

Miss Mason had a life-long connection with the Methodist Church in Northbrook-street. For many years she was the circuit secretary for Foreign Missions, which duties she carried out most thoroughly. She was also a member of the District Foreign Missions Committee, and of the local Quarterly Meeting.

The funeral took place quietly on Saturday afternoon at the Newtown-road Cemetery, the interment being in the family vault. The first part of the service was held in the Cemetery Chapel, the following Methodist Ministers taking part: The Rev. Higson, the Rev. Haydn Wainwright and the Rev. Russell Potts.

The family mourners were: Mr. Dennis Mason, Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Adnams, Mrs. W.A. Ingram, Mrs. L.E. Yeomans, Mr. Peter Adnams, Mrs. Albert Butler and Mrs. Howell Roberts.

There follows a long list of those present and another of wreaths sent.

Newbury Weekly News 8 April 1943 Bk. 1917 p. 245 no. 11557

Buried 3 April 1943.

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