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Death Information

Name:
   John Reginald Atkins
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Death certificate for John Reginald Atkins
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John Reginald Atkins
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Maiden name:
 
Date of Death:
   05 November 1902
Age at death:
  27 years
Date of birth:
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Place of birth:
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Gender:
   Male
Place of death:
   2 Colchester Street, Whitechapel, London, Whitechapel
Usual address:
   2 Colchester Street, Whitechapel, London
Occupation:
  Veterinary Surgeon
Cause of death:
  Acute Pneumonia Cardiac failure
Death certificate information
Registration year:
   1902
Registration quarter:
   December
Registration district:
   Goodman's Fields, County of London
Register volume:
  1c
Register page/folio:
   219
Comments: 
Information Sources: Death Certificate
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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   John Reginald Atkins
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Age at death:
   27
Date of burial:
   10 November 1902
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   The Grammer School, Newbury
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1899
Page number: 055
Record number: 7634
Official at burial:
   The Rev'd. L R Maquire, Rector
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register
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Memorial Details

  John Reginald Atkins
  05 November 1902
  28
  Male
   
  Double Grave, kerbstones
  Unknown
   
  kerbstone south inner: In loving memory of/ Arthur Bernard Atkins born Nov 3rd 1880 died Oct 11th 1899 / Kerbstone west: : Also of Ivor Maurice Atkins , Priest, born Sept 13th 1883 died July 29th 1918 / kerbstone north: Also of John Reginald Atkins born Nov 15th 1874 died Nov 5th 1902
   
  Double grave, inscriptions on inner kerbstones - reasonable
  CH20(B)
   
   
  27 June 2017
  SK
 
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Other people list on this memorial

Arthur Bernard Atkins
Ivor Maurice Atkins

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

John Reginald Atkins
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    13 November 1902
Copyright:    © 

Transcription:

 

JOHN REGINALD ATKINS


DEATH OF MR. REGINALD ATKINS

When the news became known that Mr. John Reginald Atkins, eldest son of the Rev. John Atkins, of the Grammar School, had passed away on Wednesday in last week, the greatest sympathy was expressed by the many acquaintances of the deceased in Newbury.
Mr. Reginald Atkins was an old boy at the Grammar School, and was well known and popular amongst the last generation of scholars. He had always shown a liking for animals and outdoor pursuits, and when the time came for him to enter upon a business career, he chose to be a veterinary surgeon. He was for some time a pupil of Mr. J.H. Wilson, F.R.C.V.S., who entertained a high opinion of his character, and during that time he made many friends in the district. After a course of study at the veterinary colleges of London and Edinburgh, he obtained the diploma of M.R.C.V.S., highly distinguishing himself by three first-class certificates in clinique, surgery, and materia medica.
His first appointment, which he held until his death, was with Mr. J.G. Chesterman of Whitechapel, who spoke in the highest terms of his general work, and of his ability as a skilful operator. He became very popular in the East End, and expressions of sorrow and regret have been received from all classes.

His illness developed rapidly, the first news being received in Newbury on Thursday, October 30, at eight o'clock in the evening. Mrs. Atkins at once left, arriving at the bedside of her son at midnight. A specialist had been called in, and diagnosed the case as acute pneumonia, but held out hopes. In spite of watchful nursing and the best care, he did not rally, his mother being in constant attendance during the week, and never leaving until she brought the body of her son home with her on the Thursday. Mr. Atkins and his two eldest daughters were present the last two days and at the death, which took place early on Wednesday morning. It has been indeed a terrible blow to Mr. and Mrs. Atkins, which has been intensified by the former loss of two other sons.


THE INTERMENT The interment took place on Monday afternoon, the first part of the service being at St Nicolas' Parish Church.... The mourners were the Rev. J. Atkins and Mrs. Atkins, Miss Atkins, Miss K.V. Atkins, Mr. H.L. Atkins, Miss N. Atkins, Mr. J. Atkins, Miss A. Atkins, Mr. Patterson, Miss D.W. Atkins, Miss E. Atkins, Dr. Wilson, Mr. Chesterman, Mr. Walters, Miss Walker, Mr. Watson, Mr. Carroll, Mr. Routledge. Long lists of those attending

The coffin was of polished oak with brass fittings, and bearing the inscription; John Reginald Atkins Born November 15, 1871 Died November 5, 1902

Newbury Weekly News

13 November 1902

Mrs P. p 63 Ch. 20(B)

Buried 10 November 1902 Bk 1899 p. 055 No. 7634
See also Arthur Bernard ATKINS Born 3 November 1880 Died 11 October 1899
Ivor Maurice ATKINS Born 13 September 1883 Died 29 July 1918



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