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.......AND SOME MORE MEMORIAL/FUNERAL CARDS FOR S
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|Nantwich||Report||27 Feb 2005 19:11|
More new on e-bay. 1. ALICE PICKIN of 89 Bucknall Road, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent who died on December 1st 1905 aged 33 and she was interred in Hanley Cemetery on December 6th. 2. ARTHUR WOODHOUSE who died on May 28th 1926 aged 44 the husband of LEONORA WOODHOUSE of Halesowen Road, Old Hill.He was interred at Rowley Regis Cemetery on June 1st. 3. WILLIAM MILLWARD who died on June 22nd, 1872 aged 88.He was interred in Leek Cemetery. 4. EMILY ELLEN HARDING who died in 1902 aged 63. Interred at Chesham Cemetery. 5. ELIZA LYDIA SAYERS September 1940. Brighton. 6. JESSIE SERVY DEAN August 1899. Manor Park Cemetery. Sarah x