Personal information about Rosalie Susan Matilda Knight

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Rosalie Susan Matilda Knight
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   13 September 1930
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Holland House, Greenham Road, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 147
Record number: 10776
Official at burial:
   W.G. Holloway
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Rosalie Susan Matilda KNIGHT
  10 September 1930
  Plaque laid on ground.
  Ground Plaque: ILMO Stephen KNIGHT born 4th May 1866 died 19th Jan. 1945. And of his loving wife Rosalie Susan Matilda KNIGHT born 21st Nov. 1868 died 10th Sept. 1930. And of their infant son Gerald Lewis KNIGHT born 3rd May 1892 died 31st Jan. 1894. "All things bright and beautiful All creatures great and small. All things wise and wonderful The Lord God made them all".
  Good / Inlaid lead / Stone plaque laid on ground.
  01 August 2017
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Other people list on this memorial

Stephen KNIGHT
Gerald Lewis KNIGHT



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    18 September 1930
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




The funeral of the late Mrs. Stephen Knight, wife of Captain Knight, of Holland House, Newbury, who, as announced in last week's “N.W.N.” died at the wheel of her car from heart failure, whilst motoring between Faccombe and Ashmansworth, took place on Saturday afternoon. Owing to the sudden nature the Coroner for north-west Hants. Had to be informed of the death, but decided that an inquest was not necessary, as the deceased lady had been under her medical attendant, Dr. Leggat, for heart trouble for some time past. She had also been seen by Dr. Wylie, who happened to be coming along the same road in his motor at the time she lost consciousness.

The interment took place in the Old Cemetery in the Newtown-road in a downpour of rain, the service in the Cemetery Chapel being conducted by the Rev. WW.L. Holloway, Vicar of St. Mary's, Speenhamland. The family mourners included Stephen Knight, Dr. Bernard Knight, Mrs. Wykeham Robinson, Miss Gabrielle Robinson (grand-daughter), Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Knight and Miss Helen Strong (sister). Amongst those also present were Dr. Gordon Leggat, Mr. Edward Turner, Mr. Percy Chillingworth, Mr. W. P. Wright, Mr. R. Richardson, Mr. H.H. Brooks, Mr. Hugh Turner, Mrs. Danford Skinner, Mr. Harold Walker and Mr. M. Fabry.

[There follows a long list of those giving wreaths.]

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