Personal information about William Wilson

Below is all the information we have about William Wilson. As far as we know, the information is correct. However, if you find any errors or have additional information, certificates or pictures, please contact us so that we can update this page. Thank you.


Death Information

Name:
   William Wilson
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Death certificate for William Wilson
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Death certificate for
William Wilson
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Maiden name:
 
Date of Death:
   29 March 1850
Age at death:
  51
Date of birth:
(From death certificate)
 
Place of birth:
(From death certificate)
 
Gender:
   Male
Place of death:
   , Speen
Usual address:
   Speen
Occupation:
  Presbyterian Minister
Cause of death:
  Disease of the heart and ?? pulmonary
Death certificate information
Registration year:
   1850
Registration quarter:
   June
Registration district:
   Newbury
Register volume:
  6
Register page/folio:
   155
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Memorial Details

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Cemetery Accounts Record

The information below is derived from the Newbury Cemetery company Accounts ledgers.

William Wilson
06 April 1850
Speen
Vault - Unconsecrated ground
Rev'd. Edmund Kell
Paid by owning of a share
 
1
1
 

 

 

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Biographies & History

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Other Resources

This person has featured in dramas performed by the Friends. Details below.

In The Beginning

First performed: 26/05/2011
Author: Ros Clow

“In the beginning…” was our first production in 2011, in the Town Hall. In a one hour re-enactment, using the notes taken during the Parliamentary Enquiry in 1847, we presented the lighter aspects of the enquiry as evidence of the need for a new cemetery was presented to a parliamentary commissioner, G H Whalley. The venue has tight fire regulations resulting in some Friends not being allowed in. They were not happy! So we were asked to put the production on again during Heritage Weekend in September – two more performances were well attended.

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