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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   James White
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Age at death:
   80
Date of burial:
   18 January 1917
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Wharf House,, Newbury.
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1899
Page number: 297
Record number: 9571
Official at burial:
   H C Roberts
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register.
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Memorial Details

  James WHITE
  14 January 1917
  80
  Male
   
  Small cross, 3 plinths and Urn for flowers and kerb stones
  Sandstone
   
  1st Plinth: In / Loving memory / of / 2nd plinth: Dorothy Winifred / the second daughter / of George and Ellen White / died Nov 1st 1902 aged 6 years and 7 months / Jesus loves me / In loving memory of James White who died Jan 14th 1917 aged 80 / Also of Kathleen May White died Feb 22nd 1924 aged 25
   
  Much foliage etc. very overgrown
  NCH(G)16
   
   
  01 August 2020
  JB & SK
 
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Other people list on this memorial

Dorothy Winifred WHITE
Kathleen May  WHITE

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

James White
Article source:    Reading Mercury
Date of source:    27 January 1917
Copyright:    © Reading Mercury

Transcription:

 

MR JAMES WHITE

Death and Funeral Mr. James White.

 

The death occurred Sunday week. at the advanced age of 80 years, of Mr. James White, who for many rears was in the employ of the Canal Department of the Great Western Railway Company, retiring on a pension from the position of canal inspector between Devizes and Bristol.

 

The deceased had lived in his late years with his son, Mr. George A. White, who is also the official of the G.W.R. Canal Office Newbury, and it was here that death took place.

 

The mortal remains were interred the Newtown Road Cemetery on Thursday, the 18th. the first portion of the service being conducted the Rev. H. C. Roberts (curate) at the Parish Church.

 

The mourners included: Mr. George White (son), Trixie and Kitty (granddaughters), Mrs. Gold and Mrs. Hope (Wokingham), cousins; Mrs. Hay (New Milton), Mrs. Astridge (Aldershot) and Mrs. May (Devizes), nieces; Inspector Weston (Bradford on-Avon); and Inspector Morgan (Devizes), nephews.

 

The following employees of the Canal Department were also present: Inspector Nash (Devizes), Inspector Stowell, Messrs. J. Ferris, J. Slade. G. Dally, J. Paradise, E. Crouch, J. Chamberlain. Hawkins, Robbins, T. Hillier, and J. Salter.

 

The coffin was of polished elm, and the funeral arrangements were carried out Mrs. Chivers, of Cheap Street. There were no flowers (by request).

 

 

 

Reading Mercury - Saturday 27 January 1917

 

 

Name on burial register:

  

James White

 

 

Age at death:

  

80

Date of burial:

  

18 January 1917

Abode at death:
(according to burial register)

  

Wharf House, Newbury.

Burial register information:

  

Book number:

1899

Page number:

297

Record number:

9571

 

 

Official at burial:

  

H C Roberts

 

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 


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