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HEREFORDSHIRE TEACHERS'I STRIKE.

BOSBURY CONSERVATIVEI LEAGUERS.

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DEATH AND, FUNERAL OF MR. W. HEATH. We regret to record this week the death of Mr William Heath, of York House, Homend- street, Ledbury, which occurred suddenly at his residence at 3.15 on Friday morning last. He retired to rest as usual on Thursday night and was apparently sleeping peacefully, when he .had a sudden seizure and expired almost im- mediately. He had been medically attended by Dr. McKean, who was summoned, and certified the cause of death to be heart failure. The late Mr Win. Heath was born at Bradlow, .near the town, and for over 30 years he was coachman to the late Mr Hopton, of Canon Froome Court. He returned to Ledbury about ten years ago, and since that time he had resided at York House. He was a member of the Ancient Order of Foresters, and was also one of the first members to join the Ledbury and District Lodge of the National Conservative League when it was formed. Mr Heath leaves a widow and family of two sons and four daughters JO mourn his demise, and with them the deepest sympathy is expressed. One daughter, Miss Frances Heath, resides in Bermuda, and of the others one is married, another resides at. Clevedon, and the fourth lives at home. The two sons live respectively at Swindon and Hartpury. THE FUNERAL. I The interment took place at Ledbury Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, the first portion of the burial service being conducted in the Parish Church by the Rector (the Rev F W Carnegy ), who also officiated at the graveside. The mourners were :—Mrs Heath, widow Mr Albert Heath (Hartpury), Mr George Heath (Swinden), sons Mrs Hodges (London), Miss Florrie Heath (Clevedon), Miss Constance Heath, daughters Mrs Albert Heath, daughter- in-law Mrs Gardiner (Southend), Mr W Hodges, Mr H W Wildman and Mr E W Reed. Wreaths were sent by the widow George, Florrie and Connie Mr and Mrs Albert Heath Mr and Mrs Hodges, London Frank, Bertie and Mabel, Penge Frank and Bess. Penge H W Wildman, E W Reed, H Cox and F M Draper Ledbury and District Lodge National Conservative League Mrs Gardiner, Flo and Reg Mr and Mra David Smith The Arches, Clevedon Mr Peart, Canon Froome Mr and Mrs H Morris; Miss K Wargent, Canon Froome Mrs K Walker Bert. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr David Smith, and the coffin was of polished elm, with brass furnishings, the inscription on the breastplate being :—William Heath, died January 16, 1914, aged 73 years.

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LEDBURY BOAnD OF GUARDIANS.

LEDBURY RURAL DISTRICTI COUNCIL.

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