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BEA Tit AND FUNERAt OF MRS. I HASHES, OF PIXLEY. We regret to record this week the death of Mrs Louisa Flayneii, postmistress of the Trumpet su b-post office, Pixley, which occurred on Friday la3t, at 8 p.m., at the age of 47 years. Mrs Haynes had not been in robust health for some years, and about two months ago she became seriously ill from kidney disease. She gradually grew weaker and passed away as stated. Drs Harrison and McKean were her medical attendants. Mrs Haynes had for the past 13 or 14 years been the postmistress at the Trumpet sub- office, and she was highly respected in the distiict. She leaves a husband and grown- up son and daughter, with whom the deepest sympathy is felt. THE FUNERAL. I The interment took place on Tuesday after- noon in Pixley Churchyard. The coffin was carried by bearers to the Church, where the first portion of the burial service was con- ducted, and the committal sentences were read at the graveside. The Rev A H Knapp (Rector of Pixley and Aylton) was the officiat- ing clergyman. The chief tnoumers were :—Mr T Haynes (husband), Miss Haynes (daughter), Mr T Haynes (son), Miss James, Mr and Mrs Williams. Bromesberrow (brother and sister- in-law), Mr and Mrs Edward Jones, Castle- morton (brother-iu-law and sister), Mrs P, Hodges, Ledbury (sister). Also present were Mr J Bell (Postmaster of Ledbury), Mr E J Smith (chief clerk, Led- bury), Mr W J Teague (telephone lineman). Postmen R Hawkett, J Davis and H Griffiths. Mr John Caffelle, of Ashperton, was the undertaker, and the bearers were Messrs T Parry, W Parker, S Wright, F Caffelle, W East and J Workman. The coffin was of panelled elm, with brass furnishings, and the name-plate bore the inacription Louisa Haynes, died June 5th, 1914, aged 47 years. THE WREATHS. I A large number of floral tributes was sent, I including from the following In loving memory of our darling mother, from Dad, Mabel, Tom and Myra From her loving sister Ro se and family From her loving brother and sister With sincere sympathy from the Postmaster and staff at tHe Ledbury Post Office With deepest sympathy, from the Trumpet Postmen With deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mrs Teague I With deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mrs J Brain and family, Little Marcle Post Office With deep sympathy for her dbrrowing husband and children from all at Canon Froome Post Office With deepest sympathy, from; all at the Trumpet Mr and Mrs C T Smith, with deepest sympathy With deepest sympathy, from Mrs Hickman and family With deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mrs Wargent and family With Mrs Ward's deep sympathy In affectionate remembrance, from Mrs Arthur Knapp and family K!?;pitph deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mrs Morris, senr., and family With deepest sympathy, from Mrs Norman With deepest sympathy, from Mrs Morris, junr. From Mrs Davies and Alfred with sincere regret With deep sympathy, from Mr and Mrs Treherne and family With deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mrs Cheshire and family With deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mrs Wright From Mrs Bough From Mr and Mrs Parry, with deepest sympathy In loving remembrance, from Mrs Gunter (Ross) With deepest sympathy, from Mrs and Miss Davies With love from Miss Gibbons

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