Personal information about Louisa Turner

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Louisa Turner
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   03 March 1915
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   7 York Road,, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1899
Page number: 270
Record number: 9353
Official at burial:
   J Edward Peel
Source of information:
  Burial Register
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Memorial Details

  28 February 1915
  Headstone; Kerbstones
  Marble Lead letters
  Headstone: In Loving Memory of / Sarah Naylor / who fell asleep in Jesus / March 12th. 1894 /aged 65 years. / "Blessed are the Dead which die in the Lord." / Rev. XII, 13. / Also of Louisa / the beloved wife of Thomas Turner, / who entered into Rest / February 28 1915 / aged 81 years. / "Jesu lover of my soul / Let me to thy bosom fly." / Also of Thomas Turner / husband of the above / who departed this life / Dec. 4. 1916, / aged 75 years. / At Rest. // East Kerbstone: Side: In Loving Memory of // North Kerbstone: Side: William Panchaud who departed this life February 1st. 1928 aged 68 years. // North Kerbstone: side: "Safe in the Homeland." //
  Good condition but tilting right & forward; letters vulnerable.
    Sarah Naylor was born to John, a glazier, & Ann, a Laundress, of West Mills, Newbury. She was a dressmaker in the 1851 census. By 1861, her father was dead and she lived with her mother in Bartholomews Almshouses. No records can be found until the 1891 census when she is recorded as working as a dressmaker and visiting another dressmaker in 3,Trafalgar Place, Bartholomew St. Louisa Turner, nee Naylor, was sister to Sarah & grew up in West Mills. She was a live-in domestic servant in 1851 to Mason's, Grocer's, of West Mills &, a Cook to John Staples, Ironmonger of Bartholomew St in 1861. In 1874,she became Thomas Turner's 2nd wife, bringing up his three daughters by his first wife, Mary. Thomas Turner was born to an Agricultural Labourer & his wife, Sarah, who lived in The City, a poor area of small cottages in St John's, Newbury. He continued to live there after his marriage to Mary Adams in 1863, working in a Candle Making factory at 48, Bartholomew St which he later took over. When Mary died in 1873 he was left to bring up three daughters and he married Louisa Naylor in Newbury in 1874. He was still a Candle maker's porter in the 1881 census but was described as a Tallow Chandler at 48, Bartholomew St in an 1887 directory. After the trade died out they moved to Ernest Cottage, 7, York Rd, Newbury & his occupation was described as an Oilman in the 1891 census. He had retired from this trade by the 1901 census when his occupation was given as a Market Gardener, and again in the 1911 census. He left £7464 to Stephen North, Auctioneer's Clerk & Alexander North, Accountant's Clerk. Sources: NRC Bur Recd; Ancestry records.
  01 May 2021
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