Personal information about Ada Kate Boyer

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Ada Kate Boyer
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   28 March 1931
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   2 Madeira Place, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 153
Record number: 10822
Official at burial:
   W.L. Cooper
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  24 March 1931
  Cross on 3 step pedestal + kerbstones on double plot
  Limestone with inlaid letters
  Cross: In Loving Memory. Top step of pedestal: Alfred Edward, son of George & Ellen Boyer/ died Sep. 14 1896 aged 17. Middle step of pedestal: Also of Charles Balding Boyer/ second son of the above/ who departed this life Oct. 8th. 1898/ aged 32 years. Bottom step of pedestal: "Peace, perfect peace". East kerbstone: Henry Balding Boyer who died Dec.29th.1901 aged 24 years./ Also of George Boyer who died March 5th. 1904 aged 66 years./ "Resting". North kerbstone (top): Also of Ada BOYER who died March 24th. 1931 aged 58 years. North kerbstone (side): Also of Ellen wife of George Boyer/ at rest June 18th.1921 aged 83 years. South kerbstone(side): Also of Ellen Louise died May 4th. 1930 aged 59 years.
  Poor. Many letters missing
  21 May 2013
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Other people list on this memorial

Alfred Edward BOYER
Charles Balding BOYER
Henry Balding BOYER
George BOYER
Ellen Louise BOYER



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Ada Kate Boyer
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and Mrs Pattison
Date of source:    03 April 1931
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News







The death occurred with tragic suddenness on Tuesday of Miss Ada Boyer, daughter of the late Mr. George Boyer. Miss Boyer had lived by herself since the death of her sister more than a year ago. Early in the year she had an attack of influenza and had not been able to throw off its ill effects.


On Tuesday she was out in the town. About four o’clock in the afternoon her neighbour heard what she thought was a tap on the wall, but as it was not repeated took no notice of it. About nine o’clock in the evening, as she had no heard Miss Boyer moving about, she went into the house to see if she was all right. She was shocked upon opening the door to find her lying dead in the hall.


Miss Boyer had been writing a letter to her niece in the sitting room when she was taken ill. She apparently was leaving the house for assistance when she fell down.


The Coroner was informed, but an inquest was not deemed necessary. Her married sister, Mrs. Brydone, who lives in London, was sent for and arrived yesterday (Wednesday).


The funeral service will take place in the Newbury Parish Church at three o’clock on Saturday afternoon, the interment being in the Old Cemetery in Newtown-road.


Newbury Weekly News 26 March 1931




The funeral of Miss Ada Boyer, of Madeira-place, Newbury, whose death occurred suddenly on March 24, took place on Saturday afternoon, the first part of the service being conducted by the Rector, the Rev. W. L. Cooper, in the parish church.

The interment was in Newtown-road Cemetery.


The mourners were: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Boyer, Mr. and Mrs. John Brydone, Mrs. Reuss, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Povey, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boyer, Mr. John P.R. Brydone, the Misses Balding (Reading).


Newbury Weekly News 3 April 1931

Ada Kate Boyer Buried 28 March 1931 aged 58

Bk 1917 p. 153 no. 10822

Mrs P. p 25 W154 died 24 March 1931 aged 58


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