Personal information about Harriett Hannah Fielder

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Harriett Hannah Fielder
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   14 September 1915
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   38 Craven Road, , Newbury.
Burial register information:
Book number: 1899
Page number: 278
Record number: 9424
Official at burial:
   A F Baines
Source of information:
  Burial Register
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Memorial Details

  Harriette Hannah FIELDER
  09 September 1915
  Chest tomb with carved side panels
  North side, left panel: To/ the memory of/ Barron Fielder of Newbury/ Born 2nd Dec 1833/ Died 11th Feb 1882/ North side, middle panel: Also/ Barron/ eldest son of/ Barron & / Harriete Fielder/ who died Jan 15th 1871/ aged 4 years/ North side, right panel: Also/ Thomas Furnell/ second son of/ Barron&/ Harriete Fielder/ who died Jan 18th 1871/ aged 2 years/ East side: In/ Memory of/ Thomas Wooldridge/ Fielder/ who died April 11th 1857/ aged 58 years./ South side, left panel: In/ Memory of/ Harriete Hannah/ wife of Barron Fielder/ died Sepr 9 1915/ aged 81 years/ South side, middle panel: In/ loving memory of/ Barron son of Alfd & Catherine/ Smith/ Born June 13 1855/ died March 27 1881.
    Recorded by Chris Reynolds. Thomas Fielder has a memorial Plaque in United Reform Church which adds " promoted the erection of this building
  07 November 2012
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Other people list on this memorial

Thomas Furnell FIELDER
Thomas Wooldridge FIELDER
Barron SMITH



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Mrs Barron Fielder (Harriette)
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    16 September 1915
Copyright:    © 



Death has removed another member of an old Newbury family, in the person of Mrs. Fielder, of Craven Road*. She was a Miss Rooke, and widow of the late Mr. Barron Fielder, a well-known townsman and junior member of the firm of Messrs. T.W. And B. Fielder, grocers, of Nothbrook-street.
Mr. Barron Fielder had for some years a seat on the Corporation, and was a prominent Freemason. He died on the 14th of February, 1882, at the age of 48.
The funeral of the deceased lady took place on Friday afternoon, the first part of the service being conducted at the Parish Church by the Rev.A.F. Bliss, the interment being in the family vault at Newbury Cemetery.
The mourners were Miss Fielder, Miss E. Fielder, Mrs. Stevenson, Nurse Roche, Miss Wise, and Miss Bradfield. Among friends present were Mr. W.C. Fremantle, Miss Count, Miss Adey, Miss fiance, Mrs. 3. Parker, Mr. F.C. Fidler, Misses Smith, Miss Boyer, and others.

Funeral tributes were sent by "Her loving children," Mrs and Miss M.F. May (Marlborough), Mrs. F.C. Fidler, Miss E. and J.Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. Adey and family, Mr. R. and the Misses Adey, Mrs. and Miss Boyer, Mr. Coldicutt and family, Miss Count, Mrs. F. Davis and family, Miss Fryer, Miss Roche.

The coffin was of unpolished oak, mounted with brass furniture, the plate being inscribed:


Died September 9, 1915

Aged 81.


The funeral arrangements were carried out by Messrs. Penford and Son, of Northbrook-street.
Newbury Weekly News: 16th September, 1915
NOTES *The announcement gives the address as 38 Craven-road. Also in the vault were:- THOMAS WOOLDRIDGE FIELDER - died 11/04/1857 BARRON FEILDER - born 11/04/1857 - died 11/02/1882

BARRON FIELDER - eldest son of Barron and Harriette died 15/01/1871 - aged 4

THOMAS FURNELL FEILDER - their second son died 18/01/1871 - aged 2

MARY SMITH - daughter of Alfred and Catherine Smith born 13/06/1855 - died 27/03/1881

BARRON SMITH - son of Alfred and Catherine Smith born 08/01/1861- died 18/12/1862


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