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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Eliza Bunny
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Age at death:
   78
Date of burial:
   27 July 1920
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   1 Donnington Square, Newbury
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1917
Page number: 044
Record number: 9952
Official at burial:
   H.S. Bunny
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register

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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Eliza Bunny
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    29 July 1920
Copyright:    © 

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ELIZA BUNNY
THE LATE MISS BUNNY

A familiar figure in the church life of the town has been removed by the death last Friday at her residence in Donnington-square, of Miss Eliza Bunny, aged 78, and the eldest daughter of the late Dr. Joseph Bunny, of Northbrook-street, a leading practitioner of the town and for many years Borough Corner. The deceased lady had been identified with St Mary's, Speenhamland, throughout life, and besides managing the savings club for many years, was also secretary of the Newbury Deanery Women's Missionary Association, for which movement she worked with great ardour and assiduity.
There was a crowded congregation at the funeral service, which was held at St Mary's Church on Tuesday afternoon. The Vicar (Rev. W.J. Holloway) conducted the service, the lesson being read by the Rev. C.L. Jeayes, rector of Peasemore, and formerly vicar of St Mary's, and the Rev. H.S. Bunny, of Malvern, took part in the burial service.

Among those present at the church were the Rector (Rev. L.R. Majendie) and the Rev. A.G.P. Baines. etc.
The body was encased in a coffin of plain oak with brass fittings and engraved plate and buried in the family vault at the Old Cemetery. The mourners were Miss M. E. Bunny (sister), Mrs. Gooch (sister), Mr. J. Bunny and Mr. G.W. Gooch (nephews), Miss Wells (cousin), Mrs. R.M. Fisher, Miss Meeking, Mr. C.H. Gibbs, Miss Hill, Miss Joyce, and Miss Naylor.

Newbury Weekly News 29 July 1920
Mrs P. p.31 NE 42

Died 23 July 1920 aged 78 eldest daughter of Joseph and Mary Bunny.

Buried 27 July 1920 Bk 1917 p. 044 no. 9952
Also in family grave — parents, Anna, 3rd daughter and Mary Elizabeth 2nd daughter.

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