Personal information about Mary Jane Eggleton

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Mary Jane Eggleton
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   03 December 1919
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   11 Trafalgar Place, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 036
Record number: 9884
Official at burial:
   P. Jackson
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Mary Jane Eggleton
  28 November 1919
  Headstone with 3 kerbstones
  From top of headstone: In Loving Remembrance of/ John Eggleton/ who fell asleep March 22nd. 1912/ aged 74 years./ Also of his wife/ Mary Jane Eggleton/ at Rest Nov. 28th.1919/ aged 81 years./ And of their daughter Lizzie/ who was taken home Dec. 20th. 1905/ aged 25 years./ "Until the day break."/ Also of Walter James Ball/ grandson of the above/ who fell asleep Oct.5th. 1942/ aged 34 years./ "Peacefully resting."
  Engraved letters, fair
  09 June 2015
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Other people list on this memorial

John Eggleton
Elizabeth Martha Houston
Walter James Ball



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Mary Jane Eggleton
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    11 December 1919
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News







The death of Mary Jane, widow of the late Mr. John Eggleton, removes one who was a native of the borough, in which she has lived for the lengthened period of 81 years. The deceased was the daughter of Mr. Henry Millicent, an old servant employed in the fellmongery of Messrs. Fielder.


The funeral took place on Wednesday, the 10th inst., the first portion of the service, in which the Revs. Percy Jackson and A.B. Gowers took part, being held in the Primitive Methodist Church, with which she had been connected throughout life. Tow hymns were sung, “Give me the wings of faith to rise,” and “There is a land of pure delight.” The body was borne out of the church to the strains of the “Dead March in Saul.” Mrs. Slater being at the organ.


The mourners included: William, Harry, Bert, Jim and Gus (sons), Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Ball (daughters), Mr. Stevens (son-in-law), Mrs. W. Eggleton, Mrs. J. Eggleton, Mrs. Gus Eggleton (daughters-in-law), Nurse DDomons, Mrs. Hiett, Misses M. Houston, Miss D. Ball, Mr. H. Ball (grandchildren), Pte. Dennis etc.


Floral offerings were from Will and family, Harry and family, Bert and family, Jim and Bessie, Gus and family, Toll and family, Jennie and family, Elsie and Baby Joan, Mrs. Lipscombe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Maiden, Miss Willis, members of the Primitive Methodist Women's Own.


The interment took place at the Newtown Road, where, as also at the church, many of her old friends assembled.


A memorial service was held at the Primitive Methodist Church on Sunday morning.


Newbury Weekly News 11 December 1919


Buried 3 December 1919

Buried from 11 Trafalgar Place. Bk. 1917 p. 036 no.9884

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