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   James Young
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  Gertrude YOUNG
  13 October 1902
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  From top of headstone: In Loving memory of/ James YOUNG / who died January 20th 1892/ aged 62 years./ Also Gertrude YOUNG/ who passed away/ October 13th 1902/ aged 12 years and 8 months./ "Earth has one good spirit less/ and Heaven one angel more".
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  01 September 2015
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James Young
25 January 1892
Consecrated private grave
Rev'd. W. Pheasant



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James Young
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    28 January 1892
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News



The death of Mr James Young is announced at the age of sixty-nine after a short illness.
Mr Young was born in Jack-lane, and at the age of eighteen enlisted in the 3rd Buffs, and in 1854-5 went through the Crimean War, for which he was awarded two medals. Young also carried on his breast a good conduct medal and long service medal, and the Star of India. Deceased never desired promotion in the ranks, and during the twenty-one years that he served his Queen and country he had only three or four short periods of absence. He was for a considerable period of his military life an officer's servant, and at an inspection Young was called out and presented with a silver goblet by the Colonel as a mark of respect.
On leaving the Army he settled at Thatcham, and subsequently returned to his native town, being well known as a waiter, a vocation in which his services were much sought for. Young was also a familiar figure in the Cricket Ground.
Deceased was buried in Newbury Cemetery on Monday afternoon, the Rev. W. Pheasant reading the service. Deceased, who married for a second time late in life, leaves a widow and three little children.


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