Personal information about Sarah  Taylor

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Sarah  Taylor
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   05 March 1910
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   5 Salisbury Terrace,, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1899
Page number: 187
Record number: 8692
Official at burial:
   The Rev'd. G H W Newgold, Priest
Source of information:
  Burial Register
* This entry is awaiting verification.

Memorial Details

  Sarah Taylor
  01 March 1910
  Cross on 3 stepped pedestal & 4 kerbstones.
  Limestone, Letters
  East face: Top step : In // Middle step: Loving Memory of / Henry Taylor // Bottom step: who died April 16th 1880 // South face: Top step: In / Loving Memory of / Sarah // Bottom step: Widow of Henry Taylor / who entered into rest / March 1st 1910 //
  Good condtion. Kerbstones covered by grass.
  14 November 2014
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Other people list on this memorial

Henry Taylor



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Sarah Taylor
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and BMD
Date of source:    10 March 1910
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News and BMD







The funeral of the late Mrs. Henry Taylor widow of the late Mr. Henry Taylor, for many years in business as a chemist in Northbrook-street, Newbury, took place on Saturday afternoon last. Mrs. Taylor had been for many years an invalid, and for some time past was entirely confined to her house in Salisbury-terrace.


The first part of the service took place at the Parish Church, the Rev. L.R. Majendie, being the officiating clergyman. The interment was in the Cemetery, in a brick grave, which contained the remains of her husband. The Rev. H.D. Newbold officiated. The coffin was of polished oak with brass fittings.


The mourners were Mr. Charles Eustace, Mr. Fred Fell Seymour (nephews), Sister Alice, O.S.B. (niece), Rev. E. Gurney Ryott, Mrs. Folkard, Mrs. Embling, (Housekeeper), Nurse Roche.


There were also several neighbours present at the graveside. Several beautiful floral offerings were sent from Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, Sister Marion and family, Fred F. Seymour, Dr. and Mrs. Watson, Mrs Embling, Katie and Trixie.


The undertakers were Messrs Penford and sons, Newbury.


Newbury Weekly News March 10 1910


Mrs P. p 105 NW (D) 1

Book 1899 Page 187 No. 8692


BMD Deaths Mar Q 1910

Sarah Taylor aged 81 Newbury 2c 165

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