Personal information about Ellen Hollands

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Ellen Hollands
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   25 November 1940
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Bankside, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 229
Record number: 11429
Official at burial:
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Ellen Hollands
  19 November 1940
  Headstone and four kerbstones
  From top of headstone: In Loving memory of/ our dear mother/ Elvira Hollands/ who passed away/ March 25 1901/ aged 73 years./ In affectionate memory of /Henry Hollands/ died on Jan. 3 1908/ aged 43 years./ In Loving memory of/ Ellen/ widow of Henry Hollands/ died on Nov.19 1940/ aged 78.
  Engraved letters, fair
  09 June 2015
  SC & AD
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Other people list on this memorial

Elvira Hollands
Henry Hollands



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    28 November 1940
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News



Member of Old Newbury Family
The death took place on Tuesday last week at her home, Bankside, Greenham of Mrs. Ellen Hollands, a member of an old Newbury family and widow of the late Mr. Henry Hollands, a partner in the firm of Hollands Bros., until recently carrying on the trade of millers and corn dealers at Greenham Mills. Of a character genial, sympathetic and active in good works, Mrs Hollands, who was 78 years of age, was highly respected by a large number of friends. She interested herself especially in the scheme for assisting the Berkshire Hospitals, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and Dr Barnardo's Homes.

The interment took place at the Old Cemetery, Newtown-road, after a service at the Baptist Church conducted by the Rev. A.J. Stanton.

The mourners were Mr. Alfred Hollands (son), Mrs. Williams (sister), Mr. and Mrs. T. Beasley (nephew and niece), Mr. H. Duke (cousin) and Mr. F. Andrews.

Among those present in the church were Mr C.W. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Shepherd, Mr. N. Liddiard, Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Morton, Mrs France Belk, Mrs Davey, Mrs. Bradwell, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Combes, Mrs. Boyle, Mr. W. Hall, Mrs. Haynes Chivers, Mrs. J. King, Mr. annd Mrs. F. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hancock, Miss Fielder, Mrs W. New, Miss New, Mrs. S.L. Green, Miss Harrison, Mrs. Collins, Miss H. Willis, Mrs. Langford, Mr. and Mrs. Huntley, Mrs. Bushnell.

Wreaths were sent from: Her son Alfred, Sister Maggie and sons; Alf and Hettie; Tom and Maggie and sons; Tom and Madeleine; the Duke family and Mr. and Mrs. B. Jones; Mr. F. Andrews; Mr. and Mrs. Huntley; Captain and Mrs. Smith-Carrington and all at Greenham Mill House; Fred and Elsie; Mrs.L. King; Miss Percy; Mrs. Langford; Miss Reid; Mr. and Mrs. Franklin; Edith and Bert; Mr. and the Misses Fielder; Jack, France, Lorna and John; Miss Talmage; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Shepherd; Mr. and Mrs. F. Cox and Gertrude; Florence, Lillie and Ada.


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