Personal information about Eliza Ann East

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Eliza Ann East
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   05 November 1919
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   The Bridge, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 035
Record number: 9875
Official at burial:
   L.R. Majendie (Rector)
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Elisa Ann EAST
  01 November 1919
  H/stone + F/stone
  Headstone: In Loving Memory Of (ILMO) Elisa Ann wife of William Henry East who fell asleep Nov. 1st 1919 aged 55 years. "Never a hand so gentle Never a heart more kind. Never a sweeter memory than our mother left behind". Also of their son William Henry who fell asleep June 19th 1896 aged 4 years. "Safely safely gathered home". And of their youngest daughter Ellen May EAST 1902-1951. Footstone: EAE 1919 / WHE 1896 / EME 1951
  Fair / Inlaid lead
  01 April 2017
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William Henry EAST
Ellen May EAST



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Eliza Ann East
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    01 November 1919
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News







The funeral of the late Mrs. East, whose sudden death was reported last week, took place on Wednesday. The first part of the service was held in the Parish Church, the Rector (Rev. L.R. Majendie) officiating. The body was conveyed to Newbury Cemetery and interred in the grave of her only son, who died some 23 years ago.


The mourners were Mr. W. H. East (husband), the Misses E.A., A.M., and E.M. East, Mrs. T.East, Mr. and Mrs. E.A. East, Mr. W. Cullimore (cousins), Mr. E. Scott, Mr. W. C. Williams, Mr. Piper and Mrs. R. Gerring.


There were also present in church and at the graveside Mr. and Mrs. N. Liddiard, Mrs. T. Cullum, Mrs. E. and Miss Savage, Miss A. Cox, Miss M. Freeman, Miss C. Debron, Mrs. J. and Miss Bell, Mrs.Mason and a number of Members of the Women's Own Club of which the deceased was a member.


Floral tributes were sent from the following: Dad, Bett, Ada and May, Minstrell and little Sandy, Ted and Gussie; Walter; the Shop Staff; Misses A. Cox, M. Freeman and N. Debron; the Congregational Women's Own; Mrs C. Gerring; Mr. and Mrs. N. Liddiard; Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Gibbings; Pat and Connie; Mr. and Mrs. Piper and Elsie; A.M. Staples; Emily; Fred and Emily; Annie and Lily; Ernest Scott; Mr. and Mrs. Wise; Mr. and Mrs. Ferris and family; etc.


The coffin was made of polished oak with brass fittings, and the name plate was engraved; “Eliza Ann East, died Nov. 1st 1919, aged 55 years.”


Messrs Hart and Sons were the undertakers.


Newbury Weekly News ? Nov. 1919


Son William Henry East died June 1896 aged 4



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