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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Jane Seward
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   24 April 1929
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   12 Howard Road, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 135
Record number: 10677
Official at burial:
   E.G. French
   Mrs P page 48 WB7
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Jane Seward
  20 April 1929
  ILMO/ Jane/ Beloved wife of Samuel SEWARD/ who passed away April 20th 1929 in her 70th year./ Also of Samuel SEWARD who died Jan. 25th. 1938/ in his 81st year./ “I heard the voice of Jesus say, ‘Come unto me and rest./ Lay down thou weary one, lay down thy head upon My breast ------------------/Our heavenly Father has called us to the Home which He has gone to prepare.”
  WB 7
  01 January 1980
  Mrs Patterson
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Samuel Seward



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
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The death took place on Saturday April 20th, of Mrs. Jane Seward, wife of Mr. Samuel Seward, of “Longmead” Howard-road. She was struck down with a severe illness two years ago, but bore up with fortitude and made two remarkable rallies. Bronchitis set in at the end.

Mrs. Seward, who was in her 70th year, was born at Ashford Hill, but spent most of her life in Newbury, throughout which time she was a loyal and energetic worker at the Primitive Methodist Church.

The funeral took place on Wednesday, April 24th, the service at the church being conducted by the Rev. E.G. French, assisted by the Rev. T. Bates of Witney, and formerly of Newbury. The hymns were “O, for a faith” and “There is a land,” and at the graveside in the Newtown-road Cemetery, “Abide with me” was sung. Mr. Charles Griffin was at the organ and rendered Mendelssohn's “But the Lord is mindful,” and Handel's Dead March in “Saul.”

The mourners were Mr. S. Seward (husband), Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Seward, Mr. and Mrs.Fred Seward, and Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Seward (sons and daughters-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Moore (sons and daughters-in-law); Mr. C. Seward, Tilehurst (brother-in-law); Mrs. Stanton (Reading), and Mrs. W. Seward, Ashford Hill, (sisters-in-law); Mr. and Mrs Jim Folly, Wokingham, Mr. and Mrs. F. Wootton, Marsh Benham, Mrs. Frank Fisher, Abingdon, and Mrs. W. Keyte, Maidenhead (nephews and ….........(see photo for full list)


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death of mrs S Seward NWN 2/5/29
death of mrs S Seward NWN 2/5/29


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