Page: 1881 Minichampton, Gloucestershire
Title: Middlesex County Times and Gazette
Page: Ealing Edition, July 25, 1953, p7
Title: Pamela BATES Essex
Page: E-mail of Feb 20, 2006 13:43
Note: BIOGRAPHY: Residence abt 1949 - 18 Aulminton Rd, Ealing W 13 No children. * * * Middlesex County Times and Gazette, Ealing Edition, July 25, 1953, p7 has: MRS. EVA NEWMAN After a long period of illness cheerfully and courageously borne, in her ninetieth year, in the early morning of Thursday,July 16, very peacefully in her sleep, there entered into the peace of God the soul of Eva Newman, the beloved wife of George Edward Newman, of 18 Culminhton-road, Ealing. She was the eldest daughter Peter Clinch and Anna Maria Essex, formerly of Avening, Gloucestershire, who retired to Ealing in 1907 and whose younger son. Canon E. C. Essex, was curate of the Parish Church 1910-1914. By her devotions to all her relation and the warmth of her affection for her many friends she won grateful love and admiration. The funeral service was held in Ealing Parish Church on Monday. The Priest-in-charge, the Rev. L. Omerod, said the opening sentences, and after the singing of Psalm 23, he read the lesson, Revelations 7 v 9-17, and as the cortege left the church sais the Nunc Dimittis, After the lesson, the Rev, R. J. A. Jary rendered Praise and Thanksgiving to God for all His faithful servants in the words of the Suraum Cordia and Tersanctus from the Holy Communion, and after the hymn. "Holy Father, cheer our way," was sung. The internment took place at South Ealing Cemetery in the family grave where her parents and two younger sisters were buried. The Rev. R. J. A. Jary conducted the committal. The chief mourners were Mr. G. E. Newman (husband) Mr. A. C. Essex and Canon E. C. Essex (brothers), Mr. and Mrs. S. Young and Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Wood (brother and sisters-in-law)
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