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WELLINGTON HEATH. FUNERAL.-On Thursday afternoon, April 9, the funeral of the late Walter Herbert Bowers (who met with his death as a result of an accident in Gloucester on the previous Saturday) took place at Upton St. Leonards, amidst manifestation of sincere sympathy, the church being practically filled with mouners and friends. Canon Brewster, the Rector of the parish, conducted the service. The coffin was made of polished elm, with oak mouldings, and brass furniture, and the breastplate bore the inscription Walter Herbert Bowers, died April 4th, aged 38 years." The principal mourners were the Widow, Mr T Davis, Long- hope (father-in-law), Mr and Mrs Howes, Steen Bridge (brother-in-law and sister), Mrs Greville, Cheltenham (sister-in-law), Mr F Davis, Long- hope (brother-in-law), Mr Lee, Ledbury, (brother-in-law), Mrs Scott, Gloucester, (aunt), M A Scott, Gloucester, (cousin), Mr W Howes Steen Bridge (nephew), Mrs F James, Ledbury, (niece), M G Wilson, Churchdown, (cousin), Mrs G Worley, Gloucester, and Miss Maynard, Gloucester. Members of the Committee of the Birchall Memorial Institute, who acted as bearers, were Messrs E Davis, J Millard, A C Townsend, T Scholar, W Smith, H Moss, Sergt.- Majors Toms and W Browning. Other members of the Committee present were Mr J D Birchall (president), J Morris (trustee), S T Davies (hon. secretary), and F Gengo. Others present included Col. F K S Metford, V. D. (the deceased being an ex-Sergt. in the Volunteer Artillery), J Cromwell, H Turner, Sergt.-Major Bruton, A Thomas, W Mathias, W Avery, C Riches, J Mornby, Dyer, and Tucker. The Wesleyan and General Office was represented by Mr J E Kearsey, W Barrett and H Dredge, E Hughes, H Holder, J Stevens, Griffin, and many others. The hymn, Rock of Ages "was sung duriug the service, and as the cortege was leaving the ohurch, Mr F Genge, the organist, played the Dead March in Saul." The following sent wreaths The widow and family Sister and family (Wellington Heath) Emmie and Charlie (Cheltenham) Sister and family (Ledbury) Sister and family (Steen Bridge) Frank and Ella (Ledbury) Ruth (Cheltenham), Aunt Mary Scott; Edward and Bate Gertie and Arthur Committee and Members of Birchall Memorial Institute; Superintendent and Agents of Wesleyan and General, Gloucester District Mr and Mrs Wilson Mr and Mrs Moss, Mr and Mrs F Genge Neighbours and Friends; Tuffley; Sergt.-Major and Joe Cromwell; Gloucester National Reserves and Comrades Mrs Philips (King's Head, Upton); Mr and Mrs Wanklyn; Mr and Mrs Allen; Mr and Mrs Seargent; Miss Maynard and Elsie Mra Dobhs Mrs Wrathall Messrs Franklin Mr Graham and Mrs Wooley. The funeral arrangements were in the han4a of Walter Webb, Barton-street, Gloucester. «

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