Personal information about Mary Jane Burningham

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Mary Jane Burningham
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   27 May 1932
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   7 Montana Terrace, Greenham, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 162
Record number: 10891
Official at burial:
   Geo. Glandfield
   Burial Register shows surname as Birningham, but GRO death register show surame as Burningham
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  23 May 1932
  Scroll headstone with 3 kerbstones
  Marble. Letters
  Headstone: In Ever Loving Memory of / my dear husband / James Chitty Burningham / who departed this life / 14th July 1927 aged 66 years // Grant him Eternal Rest O Lord / Also of Mary Jane his wife / died May 23rd 1932, / aged 71 years. // Reunited //
  Good condition. Some loose. letters
    James & Mary had 3 children. James was a house painter of 9 Carnarvon Tce, West St, Newbury (Source: 1911 census). James's parents, James & Elizabeth nee Chitty are buried with his brother Charles William in LN (E) 7
  12 November 2012
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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Mary Jane Burningham
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    02 July 1932
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




Funeral of Mrs J C Burningham

The death occurred on May 3rd at 7, Montana-terrace, Boundary-road, Newbury, of Mrs J C Burningham, after a short illness.  The deceased was well-known and respected.  The funeral took place on Friday, the first part of the service being conducted by the Rev.G Glanfield at the Wesleyan Church.  Mrs Burningham’s favourite hymn, “Jesu, Lover of my soul” was sung.  The mourners were Mr Burningham (son), MrsPurton and Mrs Marshall (daughters), Mr Fred Denniss (brother),  Mrs W Kimber (sister),  Mrs Burningham (daughter-in-law), Mr Purton and Mr Marshall (sons-in-law), Mr F Cummins (brother-in-law), Miss R Purton (granddaughter), Mrs Liddiard and Mrs Stoneham (nieces), Mr Liddiard and Mrs Chapman.  Wreaths sent were from: Her loving Children; Tom, Nell and Ken; Berth, Frank, Denis and Bobby; Edie and Jum; Sarah and Walt; Mr and Mrs Cummins and family (Swindon); Rema; Nellie, Ern and Walter; Ron, Berth and baby Freda; Carrie and George; Ern; Lil, Maidie  and Greta; Clara and Fred (Marlston); Maisie and Cyril; Nance; Charlie and Kate (Wales); Gus and Tom (Cricklewood); All neighbours at Montana Terrace; Mr and Mrs Hester and daughters; Mr and Mrs Bailey; |HJose, Alf and Kath; Mr and Mrs Powers and Beat; Mrs A Purton and family; Mr and Mrs Chapman and Babs; Emily; Mr W Swindon; Mr G Holloway; Mr and Mrs Gregory; Mr and Mrs Humphries; Newbury P.S.A; Mrs Turk; Mr and Mrs Gore; Mrs Richmond; Maud and Marvy.  Mr W B Hitchman, Newbury, carried out the funeral arrangements.

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