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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Charles Benham Rogers
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Age at death:
   65
Date of burial:
   15 January 1927
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
  
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1917
Page number: 112
Record number: 10493
Official at burial:
   J. Birchenall Longden
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Charles Benham ROGERS
  11 January 1927
  65
  Male
   
  Vase Mounted on Base & 4 kerbstones
  Sandstone
  West facing side of vase: In Loving Memory of/ Charles Benham Rogers/ who died 11th.Jan. 1927/ aged 65 years./ "At Rest"/ South facing kerbstone: Also of his wife, Rose Jane Rogers, died June 29th.1946 aged 89.
  Engraved letters, good
  LS(G)1
   
   
  04 August 2017
  Larsen & Duff
 
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Rose Jane ROGERS

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Charles Benham Rogers
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    13 January 1927
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

CHARLES BENHAM ROGERS

DEATH OF MR C. B. ROGERS.

Death of Mr. C. B. Rogers.

The death occurred on Tuesday morning of Mr. Charles Benham Rogers at the age of 65. The announcement will come as a great shock to his many friends, for during his long residence in the town, his courtesy and genial disposition earned him the esteem of everyone with whom he came into contact. He was a native of Newnham, in Hampshire, and came to Newbury as a young man to start in business as a baker, at 19 Cheap-street. He owned the business for forty years until a year last June, when he retired for a well-earned rest. He took a house at Bucklebury Slade, where he interested himself in tending his garden and fowls. In his usual health last week, he was suddenly taken ill on Monday morning, and was taken to Reading Hospital, where he died following an operation for an internal complaint. Deceased leaves a widow, two daughters and two sons, the youngest of whom is employed in Singapore. The funeral takes place next Saturday at Newtown-road Cemetery at 2.30pm.

Charles Benham Rogers

died 11th January 1927 aged 65

Newbury Weekly News 13th January 1927

Mrs P p145 LS (G) 1

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Charles Benham Rogers
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    20 January 1927
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

CHARLES BENHAM ROGERS

The Late Mr C B Rogers

The funeral of Mr Charles Benham Rogers, who for 40 years had a baker’s business in Cheap street, prior to hi retirement 18 months ago, took place in the Newtown road Cemetery on Saturday, the Rev. J Birchenall Longden, Wesleyan Minister, officiating.  The mourners were Mrs Rogers, widow; Mr and Mrs C T Rogers, son and daughter-in-law; Master C W Rogers, grandson; Mrs L M Fisher, daughter; Mr S J Wells, son-in-law; Mr W Parsons (Fleet), nephew; Messrs O and G Parsons (Odiham), nephews; Mr P Pinnock (Thatcham) nephew; Mr P Chamberlain (Reading), brother-in-law; Messrs. M Fisher, A Stocker and G Quallington, Mrs Wells (daughter) and Mr L Fisher (son-in-law) were unable to attend.  Others noticed present were Miss Edith Dolton, Messrs. John Bradfield (Kingsclere) J Johnson, S North, C Freeman and W Prior (Reading).

Wreaths were sent by: Rose (widow); Charlie, Blon and grandson Charlie; Rose and Stan; Oscar; Elsie and son; His Four Grandchildren, Harts Hill; Trottie, Frank and family; L Rogers, Thatcham; Will, Oscar, Percy, Sid and Stan; Gus and Herbert; Mr and Mrs R Chamberlain (Reading); Fanny, Rhoda and Harry; Mr and Mrs Timms; Mr and Mrs M Fisher; Mr and Mrs Wells and family; Alderman and Mrs Gould; Mrs Hughes and Mrs Whitington; Mr and Mrs Mitchell; Mrs Crocker;George, Jennie, Wilfred and Lizzie; Frank Ashman, Brothers and Sisters; Mr and Mrs Whitehorn; Mrs Perry and family; Mr and Mrs  J Sellwood, Bucklebury; Winnie, Wally and Cecil.   

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