Personal information about Charles Thomas Bailey

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Birth information

Name at birth:
   Charles Thomas Bailey
Date of birth:
   28 September 1820
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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Charles Thomas Bailey
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Date of burial:
   30 June 1904
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Craven Road, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1899
Page number: 086
Record number: 7887
Official at burial:
   John Neville
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  Burial Register
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Memorial Details

  Charles Thomas BAILEY
  26 June 1904
  From top of headstone: In Memory of/ Charles Thomas bailey/ departed this life/ 26th. June 1904/ in his 84th. Year./ "His end was perfect peace./ Also of / Eliza Green/ daughter of the above/ who died 7th. June 1937/ aged 88 years.
  Inlaid letters. air
  02 June 2017
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Charles Thomas Bailey
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    07 July 1904
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News





The funeral of the late Mr. Charles Thomas Bailey, of Craven-street, took place the afternoon of Thursday last. The remains, enclosed in a coffin of polished oak with brass fittings, were conveyed to the Primitive Methodist Church, where the services were conducted by the Revs. J. Neville and W. Bridge, and afterwards the body laid to rest in Newbury Cemetery. The mourners were Mr. William Charles Bailey (son), Mrs. Carruthers, Mrs. Ridler, Mrs. Heineman (daughters), Mrs. W. C. Bailey (daughter-in-law), Mr. Ridler (son-in-law), Miss Swann (London). Miss M. Smith, Mr. Jamieson (London). Several friends were present in the Church and at the graveside.

Two wreaths had also been sent, but the expressed wish of the deceased was that there should be an absence of flowers. The arrangements were carried out by Messrs. Penford and Son.

Losing his parents when young, deceased was brought up by an uncle, who held a position of trust on the Shaw Estate during the period that Sir Joseph Andrews lived at Shaw House. He was apprenticed to a coachbuilder in Speenhamland, and afterwards left the town, but about nine years ago he returned to Newbury with the desire of ending his days in close association with surroundings in which the earlier days of his life were spent.

Mr. Bailey retained many of the characteristics of a former generation, and while being genial, was particularly out-spoken and straightforward in all his relations.

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