Personal information about Lucy Eliza Taylor

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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   Lucy Eliza Taylor
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Age at death:
Date of burial:
   24 July 1933
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   5 Livingstone Road, Newbury
Burial register information:
Book number: 1917
Page number: 172
Record number: 10971
Official at burial:
   J. Brady Cameron
   Mrs P page 120 LN(J)8
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Lucy Eliza Taylor
  20 July 1933
  ILMO / ALFRED BRINDLEY / who departed this life / Feb. 3rd 1895 / aged 40 years. / "I heard the voice of Jesus say 'Come unto Me and rest.'" /Also of FRANCIS WILLIAM TAYLOR / who died June 15th 1913 aged 38 years. / Peace perfect peace. / Also ILMO / our dear mother / LUCY ELIZA TAYLOR / who died July 20th 1933 / aged 72 years. / At Rest.
  LN(J) 8
  01 January 1980
  Mrs Pattison
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Other people list on this memorial

Alfred Brindley
Francis William Taylor



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Lucy Eliza Taylor
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    27 July 1933
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News




Funeral of Mrs L E Taylor


The death occurred on Thursday,July 20th, of Mrs Lucy Ellis Taylor, of 5 Livingstone road, Newbury, after a long and painful illness. The funeral took place on Monday, the first part of the service being held in St John’s Church, conducted by Father W B Cameron.  The interment was at the Newtown road Cemetery.

The mourners were: Mr C Brindley, Mrs F Hill, Mr S Brindley, Mrs F Higgins, Mr F Brindley, Miss N Taylor, Mr R Taylor (sons and daughters); Mrs T Dodd, Mrs C Brooks (sisters); Mr G Smith, Mr J Smith (brothers); Mrs C Brindley, Mrs S Brindley, Mrs F Taylor (daughters in-law); Mr F Hill; Nr F Higgins sos-in-law); Miss E Brindley, Miss D Hill (granddaughters); Mrs H Smith (sister-in-law); Ethel ad Florrie (nieces); Mr F Pomroy, Mr A Ilsley, Miss D Crame.

There were many beautiful wreaths.  A Cross the length of the coffin was sent from Mrs Taylor’s children.  Others were from Sister Nell; Sister Jane; George, Jack and Sue; Laura (Andover); Fred, Joan and Cecil; Frank, Doris and Billie; Three granddaughters (Burghclere); Mr and Mrs Smithers (Burghclere); Mr Hart (Burghclere); Ron, Jack, Harold and Douglas; Bill; Jimmy; Mrs Pomroy and Frank; Arthur and Mrs Ilsley (Reading; Grace (Reading); Annie and Fred and all at Fawley; Sis, Kath, Jack, Rich and Arthur; Sis; Phyllis (Bucklebury); Mr and Mrs Adams; Daisy; Ethel and Florrie; Mr and Mrs Hieatt; Joan and John Hieatt; Brenda Hieatt; Mr and Mrs G Stephens;  Rosa, Ella and Rene Hill; Alex and Nellie and Mr Mayhew; Mr and Mrs Long; Mr and Mrs Williams (Aldern Bridge); ; staff 88 Northbrook street; Mr and Mrs Crame and family (Hungerford); Mr and Mrs Mason (Stockcross); Mrs Dubock; Miss L M Else; Auntie Bessie and Ronnie.

The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr A Turner.

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