Personal information about Charles Edward Griffin

Below is all the information we have about Charles Edward Griffin. As far as we know, the information is correct. However, if you find any errors or have additional information, certificates or pictures, please contact us so that we can update this page. Thank you.

Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Charles Edward Griffin
Burial register image
Click image to enlarge
Age at death:
Date of burial:
   31 January 1919
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   78 Highmoor Road, Caversham
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 026
Record number: 9806
Official at burial:
   Thomas Martin
   Cremated at Woking
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Charles Edward Griffin
  24 January 1919
  Vault with side panels, single front panel.
  Sandstone with carved text
  North facing top of slab: In Loving Memory of Sarah, beloved wife of Thomas Fidler of Porchester Villas who died march 7th. 1882 aged 72 years South facing top of slab: And of Thomas Fidler, who died August 5th. 1912 aged 96 years South facing panel: Also their daughter, Sarah Ann, born 27th. May 1843, died 2nd Jan. 1927. West facing top of slab: Also their daughter Elizabeth Capel wife of Chas. E. Griffin, Wesleyan Minister, born Dec. 11th. 1847, died Nov. 24th. 1913 West facing panel: Also Chas. Edward Griffin, Wesleyan Minister, born April 4th. 1848, died Jan. 24th. 1919.
    Some text missing, completed from Mrs Pattison's record
  02 February 2012
Click here for more information on this memorial.

Other people list on this memorial

Sarah Fidler
Thomas Fidler
Sarah Ann Fidler
Elizabeth Capel Griffin



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Charles Edward Griffin
Article source:    Reading Observer
Date of source:    01 February 1919
Copyright:    © 





After a comparatively brief illness—he was preaching at Oxford-road a fortnight previously—the Rev. C. E. Griffin passed away at his residence in Highmoor road on Friday in last week. Upon his retirement some years since, Mr. Griffin came to Caversham from Newbury, and, always of an energetic nature, he was despite advancing years, in great demand in the circuit .

At the service on The Heights on Sunday morning the Rev. H. A. Swansborough paid a tribute to his memory and the organist (Mr. Baker) played "O rest in the Lord" and the Dead ]March. The remains were cremated at Woking and interred at Newbury yesterday (Friday). A. preliminary funeral service was, however, held at The Heights on Wednesday, when a large number of friends connected with the chapel and representatives from Lower Caversham and Oxford road, in addition to near relatives were present.

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.

Biographies & History

Related Links



*The FNRC believe that the certificates published on this page have been added in compliance with the rules laid down by the General Register Office (GRO).Click here for more information.
If you believe that we may have inadvertently breached the privacy of a living person by publishing any document, pleasecontact usso we can immediately remove the certificate and investigate further.
Thank you

Website designed and maintained by Paul Thompson on behalf of the Friends of Newtown Road Cemetery.

Administrator Login