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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   John Hawe Mason
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Age at death:
   90
Date of burial:
   30 August 1907
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   The Firs, Oxford Road,, Newbury
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1899
Page number: 141
Record number: 8326
Official at burial:
   T A Armber
     
Comments:
   Not sure about officials name
Source of information:
  Burial Register
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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

John Hawe Mason
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and Mrs Pattison
Date of source:    05 September 1907
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

JOHN HAWE MASON

 

THE LATE MR. J. H. MASON

 

A MINISTERIAL APPRECIATION

 

The funeral of the late Mr. John Hawe Mason, J.P., took place on Friday afternoon, and abundant evidence was afforded of the widespread respect entertained throughout the town for the deceased gentleman. The flag was hoisted half-mast at the Town Hall, and all along the route of the procession there were the customary signs of mourning. The first part of the service was conducted in the Wesleyan Church, where for over sixty years the deceased had been a worshipper. As the congregation were assembling the organist (Mr. S.J. Lee Vincent) played “O rest in the Lord”.

 

The body, enclosed in a coffin covered with beautiful wreaths was conveyed from The Firs, Oxford-road, in a Washington car, and was met at the entrance gates by Rev. F. Hunter (Superintendent minister of the Newbury Circuit, Rev. E.P.Lowry (military chaplain) and Rev. T. H. Lomas, who preceded it into the church, which was filled by a sympathetic congregation. The service opened with the singing of the hymn “Give me the wings of faith to rise” followed by the reading of Psalm xc, and the lesson from Corinthians 1 xv 20-58 by Mr. Hunter. [etc]

 

The mourners included – Mr.John Mason, Mr. F.Mason, and Mrs Mason, Miss Mason, Mrs.W. A. Ingram, Mrs. L. E. Yeomans, Mr. Denis Mason, Mrs. A.H. Butler, Mr. F. Adnams, Mr. T. Nicholson, Dr. Wyllie. Mr. R. N. Holland, the nurse, the household servants at The Firs and employees at the firm, including Messrs Job Buckeridge, A. Lewis, E. Hedges, T. Perrett, H. Perris, W. Wheeler, R. Soper, and F. Brindley, also the gardeners. C. Powers and F. Smith. [etc]

 

Newbury Weekly News 5 September 1907

Mrs P p11-W5 died 27 August 1907 aged 90

Bk 1899 p 141 no. 8326

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John Hawe Mason
Mayor of Newbury 1855
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John Hawe Mason

 



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