Personal information about Christina Rowles

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Christina Rowles
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   07 November 1940
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   126 Craven Road, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 229
Record number: 11428
Official at burial:
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Christina ROWLES
  03 November 1940
  Headstone and plaque
  From top of headstone: In Loving memory of/ Thomas Rowles/ of New Farm, Shaw/ who passed away Dec.2nd.1901/ aged 75 years./ "In Thy presence is fullness of joy."/ And of PHEBE, his wife/ who died at Cold Ash/ April 27th. 1919/ aged 80 years. / And of Christine/ daughter of the above/ who fell asleep Nov. 3rd 1940 aged 78 years. "Until the day break."/ From top to bottom of plaque: D.M. Rowles - Dec.19 1965/ R.M. Rowles - Nov.19 1966/ "Redeemed by the precious blood of Christ. 1 Peter 1,19.
  Inlaid letters. Fair
    This headstone includes an inscription to the memory of Charles Rowles who is buried overseas as follows: "Also of Cpl. Charles S. Rowles/ Canadian Mounted Rifles/ son of the above / Killed in action at Ypres in Flanders/ June 2nd. 1916/ aged 33 years. / Peace perfect peace./"
  03 June 2017
  D Duff
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Other people list on this memorial

Dorothy Willis Minety ROWLES
Robert Marsh ROWLES



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Christina Rowles
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    07 November 1940
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




Death of Miss C. Rowles


Miss C. Rowles, well known and for many years residing at Cold Ash, and latterly in Craven Road, Newbury, passed away on Sunday last week after a few days' illness at the age of 78.


The funeral took place on Thursday, a service being held in the Baptist Church, about 50 people being present. The interment was in the Newtown-road Cemetery, where her parents were buried.


The service and burial were conducted by Rev. A.J. Stanton. The mourners were Mrs. Hill (sister), Mr. Robert Rowles (brother), Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Rowles (brother and sister-in-law), Mr. Alan Rowles (nephew), Mr. Archie Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Marsh, Mrs. Hulands and (?) daughter, Miss Hulands (cousins), Mr. (?) Aldridge and Miss Annie Lewendon (?).


Flowers were sent by Brothers and Sister: the Women's Meeting of the Baptist Church; the President and Officers of the Baptist Women's Meeting; Mabel (?) and Ruby; Isabel; Mr. and Mrs. (?) (Canwick); Betty and Fred; Annie and Rose; Mrs. William Davies and Nieces; (?) Mortimer; All at Highwood.



Newbury Weekly News 7th November, 1940

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