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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Charles Rawlings
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Age at death:
   63
Date of burial:
   28 December 1915
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Enbourne Road,, Newbury.
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1899
Page number: 283
Record number: 9462
Official at burial:
   The Rev'd. L R Maquire, Rector.
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register
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Memorial Details

  Charles RAWLINGS
  23 December 1915
  63
  Male
   
  Double Grave. 4 x kerbstones with corner stone
  Limestone
   
  South kerb: In loving memory of /Charles RAWLINGS died December 23rd 1915 aged 63 years./ North kerb: Martha RAWLINGS who died March 16th, 1929 aged 79 years./ Also Rose Lilian died June 26th 1892 aged 2 years 10 months/ East kerb: "At rest"
   
  Fair, inlaid letters
  LN(A)2
   
   
  01 September 2015
  JB & SK
 
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Other people list on this memorial

Martha RAWLINGS
Rose RAWLINGS

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Charles Rawlings
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    30 December 1915
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

CHARLES RAWLINGS

 

MR. CHARLES RAWLINGS

 

This well-known native of Newbury passed to his rest after a painful illness, on Thursday, December 23rd. Born in 1852 he was educated at the National

School under Mr. H. Pratt. He was for many years noted as one of the leading plasterers of the locality, and in that capacity was responsible for some of the best work in the buildings erected by the late Mr. S. Elliott and others in this neighbourhood.

 

The funeral took place on Tuesday December 28th, the first part at St. Nicholas Church and the interment in the Newtown-road Cemetery. The Rev. L.R.

Majendie officiated.

 

Those present included Mrs. Charles Rawlings (widow), Mr. C. Rawlings (son), Mrs. G. Millard (daughter), Mr. A. Rawlings (son), Mrs. W. Jarrett, Mrs. W. Adey, Mrs. C.F. Critchley (daughters), Mr.. A. Rawlings (brother), Mrs. J. Wheeler (sister), Messrs. G. Millard, W. Jarrett, Mrs. W. Adey (sons in law), Mrs. A. Rawlings (daughter-in-law), Flossie Jarrett, Kitty Millard, Mabel Millard, Gladys Rawlings, Charles Rawlings (grandchildren) Messrs F. Lewis, J. Millard, J. Holder.

 

A deputation from the Britons Pride Lodge of Oddfellows, of which deceased was a member, attended in compliance with his wish, and consisted of Bros J. Tennant, Prov. G.M., D. Geater, Prov G.S., H. Pratt, P.P.G.M., W. Ward, P.P.G.M.

 

Newbury Weekly News 30 December 1915

 

Mrs. P. p. 110 LN(A)3 Died 23 December 1915 aged 63

 

Buried 28 December 1915 Book 1899 p. 283 no. 9462 Buried from Enbourne Road

 

[Also Martha Rawlings died 16 March 1929 aged 79 and

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