Personal information about William W Wallace Duck

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  Wallace Duck
  06 May 1899
  ILMO / ANN, the dearly beloved wife of / WILLIAM DUCK, Jun. / who died July 6th 1876 / aged 34 years. / "Nothing in my hand I bring / simply to Thy cross cling. / Also WILLIAM DUCK, husband of the above / who died May 26th 1893 / aged 64 years. / "The blood of Jesus cleanseth from all sin." /Also WALLACE DUCK, born Sept. 6th 1879, died May 6th 1899.
  P(K) 3
  01 January 1980
  Mrs Pattison
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William W Wallace Duck
10 May 1899
Unconsecrated Private Grave
Reverend G J Knight



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William W Wallace Duck
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser
Date of source:    11 May 1899
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News





Yesterday afternoon the Rechabites and Good Templars of Newbury, followed to his last resting-place in the cemetery Wallace Duck, who was connected with both these bodies, and the respect and confidence which he was held was testified by the fact he had been elected Chief Templar, an office he had just completed.

Deceased was the son of the late Mr. William Duck, for many years butcher and in business in Bartholomew-street.

He had been employed at Mr. Liddiard’s of the Bridge, and died at the age of nineteen, after only having been confined to his bed three days.

In addition to the members of the John Wynchcombe Tent of Rechabites, and those of the I.O.G.T., and Victory Entertainers, there were a large number present to show their respect and attest their sympathy with the widowed mother bereft of her only son.

The officiating minister was the Rev. G.J. Knight. Two hymns were sung; “Rock of Ages” and “There is sweet rest in heaven”. The workmates of the deceased acted as bearers.

Wreaths were sent by the Recabites, Good Templars and Victory Entertainers, Mr. Henry Wright, Mr. North, Mr. Liddiard and Employees, &c., &c.

The funeral was conducted by Mr. A. Jackson.


Thursday 11 May 1899 Newbury Weekly News and General Advertiser

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William Wallace Duck
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    11 May 1899
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




DUCK – May 6, the dearly loved and only son of Mrs Duck, of Bartholomew Street, aged 19

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