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FUNERAL OF THE LATE MR. J. G. SYKES. The interment of the remains of the late Mr. John Gardner Sykes, whose death occurred on Tuesday, at his residence, Breck House, Poulton- le-Fylde, took place on Friday in the quaint little churchyard of Pilling, some nine or ten miles from Poulton. As the head of the firm of Messrs. James Sykes and Co., wine and spirit merchants, and also as an extensive owner of hotel property in various parts of the country, including the business of Walker and Knight, Chester, the deceased gentleman was widely known and respected, while in the im- mediate neighbourhood of his residence he was held in the highest possible esteem. The funeral ceremony was, as a consequence, numerously attended. The principal mourners were Mr. B. L. Sykes, Mr. T. B. Sykes, and Mr. W. H. H. Sykes, Chester (brothers), Mr. Wm. Little (brother-in-law), Mrs. Little (sister), Miss C. M. M. Sykes (niece), Mr. James Porter (uncle), Mr. J. N. M. Sykes (nephew), Mr. P. M'Candlish (uncle), Messrs. B. Sykes, B. C. Sykes, James Sykes, Dr. R. P. Sykes, J. S. Porter, and Arthur Ritson (cousins), Mr. Alfred Tyrer, &c. Among those representing the firm of Messrs. Sykes and Co. were Messrs. John Kendall and W. O. White (Chester). Among the general body of mourners were Messrs. Thomas Bush, William Hall (Wm. Hall and Co., Wem), Thos. Montgomery, J. W. Montgomery (Lion Brewery, Chester), N. Christensen, and W. Gill, chairman and secretary of the Liver- pooLicensed Victuallers' Association, of which the deceased gentleman was a trustee, &c. The coffin was completely hidden by a number of most beautiful floral tributes.

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