Personal information about Mary Langton

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Mary Langton
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Age at death:
   98
Date of burial:
   10 May 1955
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
  
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1917
Page number: 288
Record number: 11899
Official at burial:
   A.J.W. Pritchard
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Mary LANGTON
  06 May 1955
  98
  Female
   
  4 large kerbstones with 4 cornerstones.
  Marble Letters
  South Kerbstone, outer slope: In Loving Memory of Charles Langton who died Dec.9th. 1943 aged 96 years // North kerbstone, outer slope: Also Mary Langton who died May 6th. 1955 aged 98 years // At rest. //
  Partly buried
  ChNW38
    Charles was the son of Cordwainer George Langton of St Mary's Hill, Newbury. He began life as a shoe maker until he was appointed to the Post Office in 1872. He rose to become Head Postman of Newbury. He married Mary Canning in Winterbourne in 1878 and lived in Priory Rd most of his life and died at "Iona", 13 Priory Rd, Newbury leaving c£900. Mary was born to an Agricultural labourer of Bagnor and Winterbourne. Source: Ancestry records
   
  01 November 2017
  EAC
 
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