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LEDBURY POLICE. I

I NEWENT. - I

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ILEDBURY PARISH CHURCH. I

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HEREFORD MARKET.

FROOME'S HILL.

ICODDINGTON. I

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I CODDINGTON. FUNERAL OF MAJOR MAI:TTINDA LE: -VALE. On Monday, the 20th inst., there was laid to rest in Ooddington Churchyard the mortal remains of the late Major Henry Edward Martindale- Vale, late Worcestershire Regiment and D.L. for the county. The service was most impressively taken by the Rev Canon Bulkeley, Rector, the commital portion at the graveside being taken by the Rev Canon Pitts, son-in-law of the deceased. The church was filled with the most attentive and reverent congregation. Very many lovely floral tributes were sent by the parishioners, tenants and relatives. The late Major was a son of William Vale, Lieut. R.N., J.P., D.L., of Mathon Court, Worcester- I shire. He will be much missed, having lived at the Court for the long period of sixty-three years. He was a keen follower of the Ledbury Hounds in the time of the late Mr J C Thack- well and Mr T M Talbot. A muffled peal was rung at the conclusion of the service. CAMPANOLOGY.âOn Monday last at All Saints' Church, Coddington, a muffled quarter peal of grandsire doubles 1,260 changes, in 45 minutes was rung by the following :âC Greening treble, H Webley 2, R Thomas 3, C Webley 4, W Greening 5, H Thomas tenor. Conducted by C Webley. The peal was rung as a last token of respect to Major Martindale- Vale, of Coddington Court, who died April 16, 1914, and was buried on Monday.

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I,LEDBURY URBAN COUNCIL. I

MUNSLEY.

PUTLEY.