Personal information about John Packer

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Memorial Details

  John PACKER
  07 January 1855
  71
  Male
   
  Copestone with iron rail surround
  Sandstone with engraved letters
  North slope of copestone: sacred to the Memory of Susannah Packer/ who departed this life May 21st. 1850/ aged 67 years./ "Her children arise and call her blessed."/ Also of John Packer/ who died Jan. 7th. 1855/ In the 71st year of his age. South slope of copestone: Also of Marianna Packer/ who died May 9th. 1863/ aged 39 years. ".......Quote unreadable...".
  Copestone badly eroded with letters missing
  W111
   
   
  16 April 2013
  DL
 
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Susannah PACKER
Marianna PACKER

Cemetery Accounts Record

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

John Packer
12 January 1855
Newbury
Consecrated Ground - Vault - 2nd Interment
Rev'd. H.T. White
 
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20
 

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

John Packer senior
Article source:    Berkshire Chronicle
Date of source:    13 January 1855
Copyright:    © Berkshire Chronicle

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JOHN PACKER senior

There is a brief report of John Packer senior's death on 7th January 1855 at the age of 70 in the 13th January 1855 edition of the Berkshire Chronicle

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 

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John Packer senior
Advertisement in Berkshire Chronicle 26th February1825
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John Packer senior
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John Packer
John Packer became the first master of the Loyal Berkshire Lodge of Hope in March 1950 at The White Hart Tavern in the Market Place, Newbury
©From “A History of Craft Masonry in Newbury 1815-1985” by W.Bro. W. J Barber
John Packer

 



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