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DEATH OF AN OLD INHABITANT, OF PUTLEY. It is with regret that we record the death of Mr Thomas Gieen, an octogenarian, which oocured at bis residence, Puokmore Cottage, Putley, at 4 o'clock on Saturday morning Inst. He had resided in the parish for over 40 years and originated from Bosbury, where he was born in 1831. For a great number of years he had been employed by Mr John Riley, of Putley Court, as an agricultural labourer. He had been attended by Dr Home, but passed away on the date stated, the caige of death being senile decay. He leaves a w idow of over 70, and six children, three sons and three daughters to mourn his loss. Ono of the sons, who had been out in Halifax, Nova Scotia for 14 years, came aver on holiday but weut back jast before his father's death. THE FUNERAL. I The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon at PuLley Churchyard, the Rector (Rev F W Freemantle Bishop) beiag the officiating clergv man. The first portion of the burial service was conducted in the church, and the committal sentences were read at the grave-side. Thtt following were the chief moarners :— Mrs Sarah Green (widow), Mr George Green (son). Mrs Annie Woodyatt, Mrs Lee, and Mrs Bew (daughters). Miss Nora Woodyatt (grand-niece), Mr T Bew (grandson), Mr Geo Green (brother), Mr Carter, Mrs Baggott, Mre Goode, Mr H Taj lor, and Scout George Callingbam. The bearers were as follows:—John Pocknell, Joseph Pocknell, W Walker, J Baggott, W Preece, J Preece, W Lloyd and J Goode. The coffin was of polished elm with brass furniture, and bore the following inscrip- tion Thomas Green, aged 83 years." Mr Geo. Hill, Ledbury, was the undertaker. A number of beautiful wreaths and floral tributes were sent, of which the following is a list In loving memory, from mother and Jim With deepest sympathy, from Annie, Sally and "Nora In loving memory of my dear father, from George With loving memory, from Herbert, Polly, and little Tom S. M. G. Callingham W L Powell, Brainge Lodge With sincere sympathy, from Mrs Baggott In loving remem brance, from George and Jim Carter With deepest sympathy, from Mrs Pocknell With deepest sympathy, from Mr and Mra Davies With deepest sympathy, from Emily and Jack Goode

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