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LEDBURY PARISH CHURCH.

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FUNERAL OF MR. WM. PALMER,…

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FUNERAL OF MR. WM. PALMER, OF WELLINGTON HEATH. On Monday afternoon the interment of the late Mr Wm. Palmer, of the Farmers' Arms, Wellington Heath, whose death we chronicled in our last issue, took place at Wellington Heath churchyard. The coffin was carried by bearers from the residence to the Church, where the first portion of the burial service took place, conducted by the Vicar (the Rev F S Stooke-Vaughan.) There was a large attendance at the church, and the hymn Rock of Ages" was sung. The Vicar read the committal sentences at the graveside. The chief moarners were Mr J Palmer (Bristol), Mr E W Palmer, Mr Frank Palmer, sons Mrs C G Curnock, Mrs F Drew, and Mrs David Smith, jun., daughters Mr H Palmer (London), brother Mr G F Palmer, grandson; Mr E Palmer, nephew Mr C G Curnock, Mr C F Drew, Mr David Smith, jun., sons-in-law; Mrs F Palmer, daughter-in-law. Also present were Messrs T Bailey, H W Hayter, M Dawe, E Dawe, A Dawe, R Swift, F Malpas, W Drew, J Mark- love, T Mason, W Davis, J Davis, etc., etc. The bearers were Messrs H Phillips, H Eacock, W Gladwin, T Payne, H Payne, and T Lane. The coffin was of polished elm with brass furnishings and the inscription on the breastplate read William Palmer, died April 2nd, 1914, aged 73 years." THE WREATHS. I A number of beautiful floral tributes were sent by the following :— In loving memory of dear father, from Jack and Lill. In loving memory of our dear Dad, from Emily, Ern, and family. In loving memory of our dear father, from George and Ada. In effectionate remembrance, from Frank and Bessie. In loving memory of our dear father, from Emily and Fred. In memory of our dear father, from Alice and David. In loving memory of dear father from Doris. In loving memory of dear old Dad, from Harry. With deep "ympathy, to dear old Grandad, from Jim, Bert and Art. In loving memory of Grandad, from Elsie. In loving memory of dear Grandad, from Trevor, David and Venny. With sympathy from all at the Willows. In loving memory from Mr and Mrs Fisk. With deepest sympathy, from J Marklove and T Bailey. With deepest sympathy, from Tom and Bessie Payne. In memory, from Eva. With deep sympathy, from Mr and Mrs Way and Ethel. With deep sympathy from Mrs E Payne. In loving memory from Wilcox, Worcester. The coffin was made by Mr D Smith, jnr., Wellington Heath, and the funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr D Smith, senr., of Ledbury.

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