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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Louisa Skinner
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Age at death:
   70
Date of burial:
   10 January 1916
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Falkland Farm,, Wash Common
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1899
Page number: 284
Record number: 9466
Official at burial:
   A G P Baines.
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register
* This entry is awaiting verification.

Memorial Details

  Louisa SKINNER
  07 January 1916
  70
  Female
   
  Headstone; 3 kerbstones
  Limestone Letters
   
  Headstone: In / Affectionate Remembrance of / Annie Louisa / infant daughter of / Danford & Lousia / who died August 21st. 1875 / aged 4 months & 19 days. / Also / Philip Stanley, / son of the above / Born 10 April. Died 2 Dec 1883 / Also / Louisa, / wife of Danford Skinner. / Died January 7th 1916. / Aged 70 years. / Also / Danford Skinner. / Died March 2nd. 1924. / Aged 77 years. //
   
  Headstone in excellent condition, upright, letters intact. Kerbstones buried.
  ChNWW19
   
   
  08 June 2017
  EAC
 
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Other people list on this memorial

Annie Louisa SKINNER
Philip Stanley SKINNER
Danford SKINNER

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Louisa Danford Skinner
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and Mrs Pattinson
Date of source:    13/01/1016
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

LOUISA DANFORD SKINNER

WASH COMMON

 

THE LATE MRS. DANFORD SKINNER

 

 After an illness of some duration, Mrs. Louisa Danford Skinner passed away peacefully in her sleep on Friday morning atFalkland-farm,WashCommon.  She was the daughter of the late Mr. Flower of Hollington-farm, a well-known local agriculturist.  On her marriage to Mr. Danford Skinner, they resided at Rectory-farm, Enbourn-road, subsequently at Wash-farm, and also at Hollington.  Latterly Mr. and Mrs. Skinner have been living at Falkland-farm.  Of the family of six children, three survive.

 

The funeral took place on Monday afternoon atNewburyCemetery.   The mourners from deceased’s residence were Mr. Danford Skinner (husband), the Misses Norah and Matilda Skinner (daughters), Mr. E. Danford Skinner (son) and Mrs. Jones.  Many relatives and friends met at the Cemetery to pay their last tribute of respect and esteem in which the deceased lady was held, amongst them Miss Flower (sister), Mrs. Lowe (niece) Mrs. Skinner (St. John’s-road), Mr. H. Skinner (Avebury), Miss Forbes, Miss Parslow, Mrs. Rogers (Wash Common), Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comyns, and many others.

 

There were a large number of wreaths, crosses and other floral offerings of love and respect.  The Rev. A.G.P. Haines impressively read the service in the church and at the graveside.  The arrangements were in the hands of Messrs. A. Jackson and Co., Undertakers, Market Place, Newbury.

 

Also – 1. Infant daughter Annie Louisa d. 21/08/1874 aged 4 months 19 days

            2. Son Philip Stanley b. 10/04/1883, d. 02/12/1883

            3. Danford d. 02/031924 aged 77

            In her will she left £640 to her husband

 

NWN13/01/1916

Mrs P p. 98

ChNWN19

d. 07/01/1916 aged 70

 

Buried 10/01/1916

Bk 189 p. 284 No. 9466

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 
Louisa Danford Skinner
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and Mrs Pattinson
Date of source:    13 January 1916
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

LOUISA DANFORD SKINNER

WASH COMMON

 

THE LATE MRS. DANFORD SKINNER

 

 After an illness of some duration, Mrs. Louisa Danford Skinner passed away peacefully in her sleep on Friday morning atFalkland-farm,WashCommon.  She was the daughter of the late Mr. Flower of Hollington-farm, a well-known local agriculturist.  On her marriage to Mr. Danford Skinner, they resided at Rectory-farm, Enbourn-road, subsequently at Wash-farm, and also at Hollington.  Latterly Mr. and Mrs. Skinner have been living at Falkland-farm.  Of the family of six children, three survive.

 

The funeral took place on Monday afternoon atNewburyCemetery.   The mourners from deceased’s residence were Mr. Danford Skinner (husband), the Misses Norah and Matilda Skinner (daughters), Mr. E. Danford Skinner (son) and Mrs. Jones.  Many relatives and friends met at the Cemetery to pay their last tribute of respect and esteem in which the deceased lady was held, amongst them Miss Flower (sister), Mrs. Lowe (niece) Mrs. Skinner (St. John’s-road), Mr. H. Skinner (Avebury), Miss Forbes, Miss Parslow, Mrs. Rogers (Wash Common), Mr. and Mrs. Frank Comyns, and many others.

 

There were a large number of wreaths, crosses and other floral offerings of love and respect.  The Rev. A.G.P. Haines impressively read the service in the church and at the graveside.  The arrangements were in the hands of Messrs. A. Jackson and Co., Undertakers, Market Place, Newbury.

 

Also – 1. Infant daughter Annie Louisa d. 21/08/1874 aged 4 months 19 days

            2. Son Philip Stanley b. 10/04/1883, d. 02/12/1883

            3. Danford d. 02/031924 aged 77

            In her will she left £640 to her husband

 

NWN13/01/1916

Mrs P p. 98

ChNWN19

d. 07/01/1916 aged 70

 

Buried 10/01/1916

Bk 189 p. 284 No. 9466

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 


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