My Family History & Genealogy

Obituary of Hannah Dudley

Found in our photo album, the paper has the date 1938 on it.

 

THE LATE MRS BURNAGE

 

Funeral Service at Wootton Parish Church

 

The funeral of Mrs. A. Burnage, who died on the 4th June after a short illness, at the age of fifty-five years, took place on Tuesday at Wootton.  The service in the Parish Church was conducted by the Vicar (the Rev.C.E.Squire).  The hymn, "Jesu, lover of my soul" was sung.  Mrs Squire being at the organ.

 

The family mourners were Mr. A. Burnage (husband), Miss E .L. Burnage, Miss E. Burnage, and Mrs F Pritchett (daughters), Mr A .J. Burnage, Mr .A. Burnage, Mr. H. Burnage, Mr. S. J. Burnage, and Mr. R. Burnage (sons), Mrs. Wild, Mrs. Parker, and Mr Dudley (sisters and brother), Mr parker, Mrs Dudley and Mr and Mrs W Burnage (sisters-in-law and brothers in law), Mrs A J Burnage, Mrs A Burnage, Mrs H Burnage and Mr A Pritchett (daughters-in-law and son-in-law).

 

The floral tributes were inscribed as follows: In ever loving memory, from Dad and all at home, "Her end was peace"; With deepest sympathy, from Sam and Dora "Peace, perfect peace"; In loving memory, from Sid and Beryl; To one of the best grannies, from Joan, "Good-night"; in dearest memory of mother, from Florrie and Albert, "Patiently she bore her burden, Smiling midst her pain, Gently came the call from heaven, Whispering 'Peace be thine'"; in loving memory of cousin Hannah, from Lizzie and Will Caves and Florrie and George Hare, "At rest"; With deepest sympathy from Mr and Mrs J wright, "In the midst of life we are in death"; In loving memory ofa  dear mother and grandma, from Ben, Win and little Betty, "Some day we will understand"; In loving memory of dear mother, from Arthur , Nell and family, "Gone from sight but not from memory"; In loving memory of dear mother, from Jim, Lucy and family, "Peace, perfect peace"; With deepest sympathy from Mr and Mrs C Brinklow, Houghton Conquest; With deepest sympathy from 57 Stewartby and no 4 Broadmead, "At rest"; With deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mrs J Webb, Stewartby; in loving memory to my sister, from Carrie and family; In loving remembersance of our dear sister, from Jim Uphen and family, Derby, "Life's race well run. Lifes's work well done, Then comes rest"; In ever loving remembrance of dear Hannah, from Walter and Gertie (brother and sister),; In loving sympathy from John, Lizzie and family; From Stewartby branch British Legion with deepest sympathy.