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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Edward Fidler
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   04 December 1901
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Redfield, Thatcham
Burial register information:
Book number: 1899
Page number: 039
Record number: 7508
Official at burial:
   John Crawshaw
Source of information:
  Burial Register
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Memorial Details

  Edward FIDLER
  30 November 1901
  "On E kerb: In Loving Memory of / On N kerb: Edward Fidler of Redfield, died Nov. 30th 1901 aged 80 years.// On W kerb: And of his wife / On S kerb: Matilda Jane Fidler died July 30th. 1904 aged 78 years.// "
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  01 March 2012
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Matilda FIDLER



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Edward Fidler
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    05 December 1901
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




FIDLER – Nov. 30, at Redfield, Newbury, Edward Fidler aged 80. – No cards.

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Edward Fidler
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    05 December 1901
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




Another old inhabitant has passed away by the death of Mr. Edward Fidler on Saturday last, at his residence, Redfield, in the 81st year of his age.  The event was not unexpected, as Mr. Fidler had suffered from heart disease for some years, and since last summer had been more or less seriously ill.  Mr. Fidler succeeded his father, Mr. John Fidler, in the Shaw Kilns Brick and Tile Works so long ago as 1844,  and also carried on business as an agriculturist at Ham Bridge and Henwick Manor Farms.  Although a keen man of business all his days, Mr. Fidler never took any active interest in public affairs.  He was a trustee of the Newbury Wesleyan Chapel and a member of that church for over 60 years. He leaves a widow, one son, Mr. Fred C. Fidler of Yattendon, and one daughter, Miss Florence Fidler.  The funeral took place yesterday at the Cemetery, the Rev. J. Crawshaw officiating, the mourners being Mr. Fred Fidler (son), Mr. Charles Fidler (grandson), Mr. Alderman Fidler (brother), and Mr. Rolfe (farm manager).

The arrangements were carried out by Messrs. Hopson and Son.  The deceased was one of a large family.  His eldest brother was Mr. Samuel Fidler, the father of Mr. John C. Fidler.  Mr. Samuel Fidler was formerly in business as an ironmonger on the Bridge, succeeding after his death his second brother Mr. John Fidler, who established the business now carried on by Mr. F. L. Staples, in 1832. The other brothers were Mr. Thomas Fidler, who in his 87th year is the sole survivor of the family.  Mr. Charles Fidler died at the age of 26, and Mr. Caleb Fidler, who married the sister of Messrs. Charles and John Webb, emigrated to Australia where he died. Mr. Edward Fidler had two sisters, one of whom died when young, the other was married to Mr. Henry Allen, who subsequently became Mayor of Gloucester.  The father died in 1855, and the mother in 1868, being in her 91st year.


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