Personal information about Harry Cecil Atkins

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Death Information

   Harry Cecil Atkins
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   10 February 1895
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  01 January 1884
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  Phthisis i.e. Tuberculosis date of birth not known
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Memorial Details

  Harry Cecil Atkins
  10 February 1895
  Plinth, kerbstones and cross laying flat
  Plinth: In loving remembrance of / Alfred Ernest Atkins / who died July 15th 1878 / aged 2 1/2 years / Jesus took a little child and set him by Him / Also of Harry Cecil Atkins / born May 3rd 1877 / died Feb 10th 1895
  27 June 2017
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Alfred Ernest Atkins

Cemetery Accounts Record

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

Harry Cecil Atkins
13 February 1895
Consecrated Private Grave
Reverend F A Hill



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Harvey Cecil Atkins
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    21 February 1895
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News



The death of Mr. Harvey Cecil Atkins, son of the Head Master of the Newbury Grammar School, at the early age of 18, has cut short a career of unusual promise. Deceased had had a most successful school career, gaining high honours and distinction in the Oxford and Cambridge locals, and was at the time of his death a student at University College, London. He died on Sunday, the 10th inst., at the School House after a protracted illness. The funeral took place on the following Wednesday, the first portion of the service being read at the Parish Church. The officiating clergy were the Revs. F. A. Hill and W. M. Hope. As the cortege was leaving the church, Mr. Vickers, organist of St. John’s, played “I waited for the Lord.” The service at the graveside was taken by the Rev. F. A. Hill. The mourners included the grief-stricken parents, for whom much sympathy is felt, Mr. R. Atkins and Mr. B. Atkins (brothers), the Misses Ethel, Edith, and Alice Atkins (sisters), Mr. Patterson, Mr. H. Kitchener, Mr. W. Atkins, and Dr. Wilson; the two latter being of Swansea – brother and collegiate friend of the Rev. John Atkins.


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