Personal information about Harry Lovelock

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Harry Lovelock
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   14 September 1923
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   99 Newtown Road, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 083
Record number: 10262
Official at burial:
   A.W.H. Theodosius
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

A Buffalo Funeral
A Buffalo Funeral
© Newbury Weekly News
A Buffalo Funeral
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Article source:    Extracted from a “News from the past” article in the NWN. Original article published September 20th 1923.
Date of source:    20 September 1923
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News



The first Buffalo funeral service to be seen for many years in Newbury was witnessed last Friday in the Old Cemetery, when Mr. Harry Lovelock, the Cheap-street butcher, was laid to rest at the age of 52, after a prolonged and painful illness. Representatives of the Buffalo Lodges in the district followed the coffin followed the coffin form their late brother’s home in King’s Road to the cemetery, where, after the church service, the solemn rites of the Buffalo order were held. In the unavoidable absence of the R.A.O.B. local chaplain (Bro, The Rev. T.S. Gray, of Hungerford) the ceremony was impressively conducted by the Provincial Grand Primo (Bro. H. Harris, K.O.M.) assisted by the Deputy Grand (Bro. C. Osmond C.P.), Bro. Morris, K.O.M., and about thirty brethren of the Order supporting. All wore full regalia, draped with crepe, everyone was greatly moved by the solemnity of the occasion. After the coffin had been lowered the brethren formed their link of brotherly love and good fellowship around the grave leaving a break in the link in remembrance of their departed brother. At the conclusion of the service each brother dropped a sprig of ivy on to the coffin.

Harry Lovelock has been actively associated with Buffaloism up to the time of his illness, and was a founder of the Winchcombe Lodge in Newbury.


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