Personal information about Minnie Louisa Nash

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Minnie Louisa Nash
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Age at death:
   33
Date of burial:
   16 April 1923
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Royal Victoria Hospital, Folkestone
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1917
Page number: 079
Record number: 10227
Official at burial:
   E.H. Stenning
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register

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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Minnie Louisa Nash
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and Mrs Pattison
Date of source:    19 April 1923
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

MINNIE LOUISA NASH

nee HILL

 

DEATH OF A COUNCILLOR’S DAUGHTER

 

THE LATE MRS NASH

 

Mr. Councillor and Mrs. Frank Hill, of the Railway Hotel, Newbury, have sustained heavy bereavement by the death of their daughter, Mrs. Minnie Louisa Nash, wife of George William Nash, of Folkestone.

 

The latter is well known in Newbury as a clever entertainer, and it was only last Christmas that he kindly visited No. 99, and afforded immense pleasure to the old folks. On that occasion he was accompanied by his wife, who was then in full health and spirits, showing sympathetic interest in the affairs.

 

Recently she was found to be suffering from a serious ailment in the head, and underwent an operation in the Royal Victoria Hospital, Folkestone. This was temporarily successful, but death followed relapse. Mrs. Nash was a native of High Wycombe, and had been married eleven years, residing at Newbury until removal to Folkstone.

 

The funeral took place on Monday, when St John’s Church was filled with a congregation of relatives and friends. The Vicar (Rev. E.H. Stenning) officiated, and the interment was at the Newtown-road Cemetery

 

The mourners were Mr. George Nash (husband), Mr. Councillor and Mrs Frank Hill (father and mother), Miss Hill (sister), Mr. A. Hill (brother), Mrs. Butler (aunt), Mrs. Standage (aunt), Mr. S. Nash (brother-in-law), Mrs. Percy (sister-in-law), Mr. W. Hirst (uncle), Mrs. F. Langley, Miss Jesse Bone, Mr. C. Frank (Kingsto-upon-Thames), Mrs. Robins, Mrs.Meecham, Mrs. White.

 

The oak coffin was inscribed

“Minnie Louisa Nash,

died April 10th,

aged 33 years.”

Newbury Weekly News 19 April 1923

 

Mrs. P p 157 LS(S)59

(wife of George Nash and younger daughter of Frank and Mary Hill died 10 April 1923).

 

BMD Deaths June Q 1923

Nash, Minnie L. aged 33, at Elham

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 


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