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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Kate Mortimer
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Age at death:
   72
Date of burial:
   02 June 1933
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   92 Craven Road, Newbury
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1917
Page number: 171
Record number: 10963
Official at burial:
   W.L. Jones
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register

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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Kate Mortimer
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and BMD
Date of source:    08 June 1933
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 

KATE MORTIMER

 

THE LATE MISS KATE MORTIMER

LARGE GATHERING AT THE FUNERAL

 

The funeral of Miss Kate Mortimer, whose death occurred at her home “Montoro”, Craven-road, on Tuesday in last week, took place at theMethodistChurch, Bartholomew-street, on Friday afternoon. The service which was conducted by the Minister, the Rev. W. Lawson Jones, B.A., was short and simple in character. Mr. Charles Griffin was at the organ and played “O rest in the Lord” as the coffin was carried into the church and “Blest are the departed” after the service. The interment was in the grave of her mother and father in theOldCemetery, Newtown-road.

 

The family mourners were Miss Louie Mortimer, Miss Edie Mortimer and Mrs. Blea (sisters), Mr. Blea (brother-in-law), Mr. Cecil Viney, Abingdon (nephew), Mrs. Wakeham, Abingdon (niece), Mr. Godfrey Lay, Thatcham,Mrs. R.W.Church, Purley (cousins) and Mr. Arthur Attewell.

 

There were many friends at the church and graveside, including Mrs. W. Blea (Peasemore), Miss Boyce, Miss Emmeline Stillman, Councillor J.H. Thompson, Mr. W. Thompson (Stroud), Mrs. S.E. West, Mrs Brice Gould, Mrs. Colby, Miss A. Franklin, Mrs. William Davies, Mrs Sam Smith, Miss Willoughby, Miss Edith Midwinter, Mrs. Smith, Miss Langford, Miss Keep, Mrs Butler and Mrs. Smith.

 

Wreaths were sent by the following: Minnie; Louie and Edie; Tom, Nellie and Raymond; Mrs. Philip Mortimer and family; Doris, Arthur and Tony; Cyril, Kitty and family; Uncle Jim; Aunt Liddie and Katy; the cousins at Thatcham; Sydney Mortimer (Reading); S. Mortimer (Kingsclere); Dick and Pollie; Cousin Bertie; A. and M. Attewell; Mrs. Ashdown and Miss Booz; Mrs. Bentley; from all at 3 Gloucester-road; Mr. and Mrs. Beasley and Eric; Mr. C. Burns; Edwin and Daisy Midwinter; Mrs. William Davies; Will and Maud; Sophie; Miss Boyce; Mrs. Hill and Miss Rowles; Fanny; Mrs. Sadler and family; Mrs. Vann and family; Clare and Ernest; Annie F.; Mrs Rosling and Dorothy; Agnes and Frank; Peggy and Bernard; Maggie; Ernest and Nelly Russell; Mrs. Brice Gould and family; Miss E. Stillman; Mr. and Mrs. White and Tom; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Martin; Willis, John Henry, Triffie and Vi; Mrs. F. Stillman; Beryl.

 

Newbury Weekly News 8 June 1933

BMD

Death Jun Q 1933 aged 72 Newbury 2c 290

Birth Mar Q 1861 Newbury 2c 215

 

Sources:Newbury Weekly News and BMD

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