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Courier. Bristol and Exeter Journal, and Western Advertiser
Wednesday 03 Apr 1935
Page 7 Column 4
AGED RESIDENTS' DEATHS.
Two old inhabitants have died within the last week – Mr. Samuel BURT, aged 81 years, and Mr. Anthony CROSSMAN. Both had lived in Curry Mallet all their lives and were very familiar figures.
The funeral of Mr. Sam BURT took place on Tuesday at the Parish Church. In the absence, through illness, of the Rector, Rev H. C. TRITTON, the service was taken by the Rev. CANHAM, of Hatch. Miss PESTER presided at the organ.
The bearers were Messrs. W. BURT, R. BURT, and J. BURT (nephews), and W. SUMMERHAYES.
The family mourners were: Mr. William BURT, Messrs. Arthur, Albert, and Henry BURT (sons, Mrs. FRANKLYN (daughter), Mrs. M. MORGAN, Mrs. H. ADAMS, and Miss S. BURT (sisters), Mrs B. BURT, Mrs. W. BURT (daughters-in-law), the Misses Alice, Florrie, and Beatrice ADAMS, Mrs. John BURT, Mr. Albert BURT, and Mrs. BOWEY, Lillesdon, Miss Gertrude BURT, Mr. S. MEARE, Mrs. and Mr. Alfred MERRIFIELD.
There was a beautiful collection of flowers.
LATE MR. ANTHONY CROSSMAN.
The funeral of Mr. Anthony CROSSMAN, who was 87 years of age, took place on Saturday, the Rev. CANHAM of Hatch, officiating. Miss PESTER was at the organ.
The bearers were Messrs. G. BAILEY, W. PAULL, A. PAULL, and J. BURT.
The family mourners were Messrs. Albert and Charles CROSSMAN (sons), Mrs. A. CROSSMAN (daugher-in-law), Misses Mabel and Ethel CROSSMAN (grandchildren), Mrs. Lily KEEN, Mrs. J. HUXTABLE, Mr. T. CROSSMAN (grandchildren), Mr. G. CROSSMAN (nephew), and Mr. J. HUXTABLE
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