Personal information about Thomas Smith

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Thomas Smith
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   02 March 1929
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   32 York Road, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 133
Record number: 10662
Official at burial:
   E.G. French
   Mrs P page 198 Nc3
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Thomas Smith
  27 February 1929
  ILMO JESSIE K. SMITH Died June 30th. 1924 aged 18 years./ At rest./ Also THOMAS SMITH died Feb. 27th. 1929 aged 79 years.
  Mc 3
  01 January 1980
  Mrs Patterson
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Other people list on this memorial

Jessie Katherine Smith



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Thomas Smith
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and Mrs Pattison
Date of source:    07 March 1929
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




The Late Mr. Tom Smith

By the death of Mr. Tom Smith, of 32, York-road, Newbury, which took place last week, the Primitive Methodist Church at Stroud Green loses a member and friend who for the past 50 years has held practically every office. He was a trustee for many years, was a Sunday School teacher for nearly 35 years, was a member of the band during the late Mr. S. Attewell's time, and latterly had been Chapel Treasurer.

Mr. Smith led an active life, and with members of his family was largely responsible for the Stroud Green Chapel being kept open during the Great War, when most of the members were away from home, and the attendances were so small that it hardly seemed worth while carrying on the regular services. He was of a jovial disposition and was very much liked and respected by all with whom he came into contact, being always willing to help in any project. He will be very much missed by all his fellow members of the Stroud Green Chapel.

The funeral took place at Newtown-road Cemetery on Saturday last, the Rev. E.G. French officiating. A service was first held in the Stroud Green Chapel.

The mourners present were Mrs Smith (widow), Albert, Monty, Stan and Harold (sons); Daisy (daughter); Mrs. Bert and Mrs. A. Smith (daughters-in-law), Mrs. Swain (sister), Mrs Gardener (sister-in-law), and Mrs. Fowler.

Wreaths were sent from the following: his sorrowing Widow and Children: Monty, Stan, Harold and May; Albert and Lizzie; Bert and Minnie; Daisy; Flo and family; Stan and Ethel; Mrs. Swain. Kate and Maud; Jessie and Tom; Louie and Phyllis; Friends; Mr. and Mrs. Fowler; Mr. and Mrs. Vickers; Stroud Green Primitive Methodists; Messrs. F. and A. Cockell; Mr. and Mrs. Giles; May and Mary; Two friends, George, Annie and family; Sarah and the boys; Mrs. Humphreys and Win; Mrs. Baker and family; and Mrs. Turvey and family. Many friends were at the graveside.

A Memorial Service was held at Stroud Green Chapel on Sunday night, conducted by Mr.H. Meagrow and Mr. J. Holmes.

The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. T. Plumb, Greenham-road, Newbury.

Newbury Weekly News 7 March 1929

Buried 2 March 1929 Aged 79 from 32 York-road. Bk 1917 p. 133 no. 10662

Mrs. P. p 198 Nc 3 died 27 February 1929 aged 79

Also Jessie K. Smith died 30 June 1924 aged 18

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.

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John and Maria Hunt - 50th Wedding Anniversary in 1897
Thomas Smith (John and Maria Hunt's son-in-law) and his family are almost certainly in the photograph
©Sylvia Sellwood
John and Maria Hunt - 50th Wedding Anniversary in 1897


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