Personal information about Marianna Packer

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Death Information

Name:
   Marianna Packer
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Death certificate for Marianna Packer
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Marianna Packer
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Maiden name:
 
Date of Death:
   09 May 1863
Age at death:
  40
Date of birth:
(From death certificate)
 
Place of birth:
(From death certificate)
 
Gender:
   Female
Place of death:
   as above, Hanover Square
Usual address:
   4 Conduit Street, Hanover Square
Occupation:
 
Cause of death:
  Disease of the heart - has suffered from attacks resembling angina for some years.
Death certificate information
Registration year:
   1863
Registration quarter:
   June
Registration district:
   St George Hanover Square
Register volume:
  1a
Register page/folio:
   170
Comments: 
Information Sources: General Register Office
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Memorial Details

  Marianna PACKER
  09 May 1863
  39
  Female
   
  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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Other people list on this memorial

Susannah PACKER
John PACKER

Cemetery Accounts Record

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

Mary Ann Packer
13 May 1863
Newbury
Consecrated - Family Vault
Rev'd. J.L. Randall
 
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65
 

 

 

Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Mary Ann Packer
Article source:    Berkshire Chronicle
Date of source:    16 May 1863
Copyright:    © Berkshire Chronicle

Transcription:

 
MARY ANN PACKER
 
SUDDEN DEATH
 
Our obituary contains the sudden death of Mrs. Packer, wife of Mr. John Packer, silversmith, of Northbrook street, in this town (Newbury). The deceased lady was on a visit to some friends in London, when tbe melancholy event occurred. 
 
She retired to rest on Friday night in her usual health, and about four o'clock the next morning the lady who slept with her was awoke (sic) by her, when she found her in a dying state, and almost immediately afterwards expired. 
 
Mr. Packer received a telegraph message on Saturday morning last to summon him to London immediately, the dreadful news not being mentioned; but it would be impossible to describe his feelings on his arrival at the scene of desolation, and when the awful news was made known to him. 
 
It was not before Sunday morning that the melancholy event was generally known in this town, and when it was, it cast quite a gloom over it, every one appearing to sympathise at such unexpected bereavement. 
 
The deceased lady was well known, and highly respected, her character being kind and unassuming. 
This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 
Mary Ann Packer
Article source:    Berkshire Chronicle and Reading Mercury
Date of source:    16 May 1863
Copyright:    © Berkshire Chronicle and Reading Mercury

Transcription:

 
MARY ANN PACKER
 
On the 9th inst., suddenly at 4, Conduit-street, Regent-street, London, the beloved wife of Mr. Packer, silversmith, Newbury, Berks, aged 39.

This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 


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