Personal information about Henry Hollands

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Henry Hollands
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   08 January 1908
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Bankside, Greenham
Burial register information:
Book number: 1899
Page number: 147
Record number: 8374
Official at burial:
   George J Knight
Source of information:
  Burial Register
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Memorial Details

  Henry Hollands
  03 January 1908
  Headstone and four kerbstones
  From top of headstone: In Loving memory of/ our dear mother/ Elvira Hollands/ who passed away/ March 25 1901/ aged 73 years./ In affectionate memory of /Henry Hollands/ died on Jan. 3 1908/ aged 43 years./ In Loving memory of/ Ellen/ widow of Henry Hollands/ died on Nov.19 1940/ aged 78.
  Engraved letters, fair
  09 June 2015
  SC & AD
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Other people list on this memorial

Elvira Hollands
Ellen Hollands



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Henry Hollands
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    09 January 1908
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News





Born March 26th 1864

Died January 3rd 1908

 The funeral of the late Mr Henry Hollands, of Bankside, Greenham Mills, took place on Wednesday (yesterday) at the Newbury Cemetery, amid a large concourse of relatives, friends and fellow tradesmen of the town.  The remains were enclosed in a handsome, french-polished coffin, furnished with massive brass handles and shield, name-plate on which was inscribed the following inscription:


Born March 26th, 1864

Died January 3rd, 1908


The cortege left deceased’s residence at 2.30. The coffin containing the remains, in a glass Washington car, was completely covered with wreaths, crosses, and other beautiful floral offerings from friends.  The carriages – containing the widow and young son, Mr and Mrs Alfred Hollands, Mr and Mrs Duke, Mr Osgood, and Mr Boustred (solicitor) – were met at the entrance to the chapel by the Rev. G J Knight, who impressively read the service.  Amongst the many friends who were also at the Cemetery and surrounding the graveside were noticed:  Canon Scannell, Mr Arthur Attewell, the Misses Draper, Mr and Mrs W R Davey, Mr C W Burns, Mr R F Wilson (Speenhamland), Mr G H Huson, Mr Walter Bell, Mr E Turner, Mr T H Liddiard, Mrs Freemantle, Mr Walter Midwinter, Mr W G New, Miss Corneby, Miss Newton, Miss Gale, Mr Hy Langford, Mr Budd (Shaw), Mr Pocock, several of the clerks and employees, and many others.  We append a list of those sending wreaths and other floral offerings, which were very handsome:  Wife and son, Alf and Hetty, Dorothy, Arthur and Madeline, Very Rev.Canon Scannell, Mr T H Liddiard, Mr and Mrs A Attewell, Mr and Mrs Smith and Violet (East Sheen), Mr and Mrs A C Pemberton (Rickmansworth), Mr and Mrs J N Day, Mr and Mrs Anderson (Teddington), Master G Ravenor, Mr and Mrs W F Porter, Mr and Mrs W R Davey and Mrs Langridge, Mrs Guyer, Nurse friend, Henry, Miss Corneby, Mr and Mrs Holyman, Mrs and Miss Duck, Mr H Boustred (Highgate), Mrs Church and Mrs Booth.  The whole of the arrangements were superintended by Messrs Alfred Jackson and Co. undertakers, Newbury

Newbury Weekly News 9 January 1908

Mrs P page 163

page 29 - shared with "dear mother" Elvira Hollands Mar 1901 aged 73 and Ellen widow of Henry Hollands, Nov 19 1940 aged 78.  Also p 30 Dorothy Hollands, April 7 1926 aged 74.   Ellen Wingrove, Dec. 29  1908 aged 82.   Alfred Hollands, Jan 22nd 1949 aged 86  

Sources:Newbury Weekly News 9 January 1908




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