Personal information about Lucy Fairthorne

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Lucy Fairthorne
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   03 May 1917
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Kingsbridge Road, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 003
Record number: 9619
Official at burial:
   M.J. Stack
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Lucy Fairthorne
  30 April 1917
  4 kerbstones with corner stones
  South facing kerbstone: In Loving Memory of/ Our darling mother Lucy Fairthorne, died April 30th. 1917 aged 69./ East kerb. "Peace perfect Peace". North kerbstone: Also of Dear father William Fairthorne, died Feb. 18th. 1918 aged 72.
  Engraved letters; poor subsided at western end
  09 September 2018
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Other people list on this memorial

William Fairthorne



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Lucy Fairthorne
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    17 May 1917
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News







The death occurred at the Stores, Kingsbridge-road on Monday May 7, of Mrs. Fairthorne. The deceased was the fourth daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Rich of Shrivenham. After her marriage she lived for many years in Caversham, coming to Newbury about five years ago. She leaves an invalid husband , seven sons (three of whom are on active service, and the others in the Colonies) and two daughters.


The funeral took place on Thursday at the Newbury Cemetery, the first part of the service being taken in St John's Church.


The mourners were Miss Fairthorne and Mrs. Neal (daughters), Miss Rich and Mrs. W.R. Allee (sisters), Mr. W. Rich (brother), Mr. W. Allee (brother-in-law), Mr. Neal (son-in-law), Mrs. Barrett (niece), and Mr. J. Allee (nephew). Also in the church and at the graveside were Mrs. Summers, Mrs. Tanner, Miss Gerrad, Mrs. Noakes and Mrs. Charlton.


Floral tokens were sent by her loving husband and children, Mr. W. Belcher, Lizzie, Annie and Fannie, Mrs. Max Tanner, Gracie and Dick, Sarah and her daughter Alice, and Marian, Bill, Mary, and George, her grandchildren. And the neighbours in Kingsbridge-road.


The coffin was inscribed


Lucy Fairthorne, died April 30 1917, aged 66 years.


The funeral was carried out by Messrs Hart and Sons.


Newbury Weekly News 17 May 1917

Died 7 May 1917

Buried 3 May !! (NWN says buried 10 May) Bk 1917 page 303 no. 9619

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