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DEATH AND FUNERAL OF MRS. W. H. HATTON. It is with sorrow that we have to record the death of Mrs. Hannah Hatton, wife of Mr William Henry Hatton, builder, of New- street, Ledbury, which occurred at her residence early on Tuesday morning in last week, at the ad vanced age of 69 years, which she bad reached on the previous day (Mon- day). The late Mrs Hatton had enjoyed fairly good health up to a week before her death. On Wednesday Dr. Green, her medical attendant, was sent for. She had a seizure, from which she never recovered, and passed away at the early hour of 4-30 on Tuesday morning. She was the daugh- tpr of the late Mr Wm. Jackson, of Maylands, Newtown, Ledbury, and was married in 1870, over 44 years ago. She had three children, one son, Mr Alfred Hatton (who is in partnership with his father in the busi- ness), and two daughters, both of whom died whilst young, one being 14 years of age and the other five. The greatest sym- pathy is felt for the bereaved family, who are held in high esteem in the town and district. THE FUNERAL. I The interment took place at Ledbury Cemetery,on Friday last, the Rev 0 F R Strickland (curate) officiating. The remains were enclosed in a coffin of polished oak with brass furnishings, and the breastplate bore the following inscription :â" Hannah Hatton, died May 5th, 1914, aged 69 years." The chief mourners were:âMr W H Hatton (husband), Mr A W Hatton (son), Mrs E Hatton (daughter-in-law), and Mr G Bey ley (cousin). THE WREATHS. I Beputiful floral tributes lined the grave, of which the following is a list In loving and affectionate remembrance, from Dad, Fred and Ethel. In loving memory, from Nora and Harry. With deep sympathy, from Bert and Joe. In loving and affectionate memory, from her sister Charlotte. From all the employees, with sincere sym- pathy. With sincere sympathy, from Mr and Mrs E Preece. In fondest remembrance of a dear friend, from Mr and Mrs L W Crossley. With deepest sympathy, from Mr E Hopkins and family. From Mrs Julius. In affectionate remembrance, from Mr and Mrs T Chadd and family. With sincere sympathy, from Mr and Mrs H J Prichard. With sincere sympathy, from Charles A James. From Mr and Mrs J Herbert, with sincere sympathy. In affectionate remembrance, from Eva and Nora Croker. With sincere sympathy, from Mr and Mrs W J Boyd. With deep sympathy, from Mr C H Bastow. With deep sympathy, from Mr 0 P, Miss, and Mr A C Ford. In fond remembrance, from Florrie and David. In affectionate remembrance, from Mr and Mrs H H Smith and family. Prom her loving nephew, Giles. In deep sympathy, from Mrs M Cale. With sincere sympathy, from Mrs Dawe, May and Alfred. The duties of undertaker were carried out by Mr Giles Bayley.

WOMAN'S SUICIDE NEARI LEDBURY.

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