Personal information about Thomas Turner

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Thomas Turner
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Age at death:
   75
Date of burial:
   06 December 1916
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   7 York Road,, Newbury.
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1899
Page number: 295
Record number: 9553
Official at burial:
   J Edward Peel
     
Source of information:
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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Thomas Turner
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
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Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

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THOMAS TURNER
A DEFUNCT INDUSTRY
Mr. Thomas Turner of York-road, who died last week, is noteworthy as having been the last tallow chandler to carry on business in Newbury. In the early years of the century, the manufacture of tallow candles was a lucrative industry. The factory in Newbury where the candles were made, was on the west side of Bartholomew-street close to the opening of the Craven-road, the old meeting house of the Society of Friends being on the same spot. For many years the business was carried on by Ald. John Kimber, a leading townsman in municipal affairs, who, on his retirement, went to live at Cope Hall.

It was disposed of in the late eighties to Mr. John Mason, but was not long in his occupation, when the concern was sold to Mr. David Dolby, the manager, who, on leaving Newbury, sold it to Mr. Thomas Turner, who had previously worked in the factory. He kept on until local candle making died out, and then he took up with the oil trade- which he successfully carried on until having made a competency, he retired on his little property in the York-road, where he passed away, and was buried in the Cemetery on Wednesday in last week, the Rev. J. Peel officiating.

The mourners were Mrs Panchard, his only surviving daughter, and her husband; Mrs. Blackwell, sister; Mr, F, Pocock, son-in-law; three grandchildren; Mr. J. Adams, nephew; Mrs. Taylor, niece; Mr. S. North.

Wreaths were received from his daughter Alice and her husband; Sister and brother (Emma and George); son-in-law (Fred), grandchildren (Nellie and Willie, Janey and Fred); Jack Polly; Mr. and Mrs. S. North; Mrs Rawlings and Elsie; Mr. and Mrs. Ryder; Mr. A.T. Whitington; Mr. and Mrs. H. Taylor.

[A list of those present is appended, but has not been reproduced].

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