The Wells Journal 20 Sep 1946 Births Marriage Deaths includes Sergt B. J. FOURACRE R.A.F.

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The Wells Journal Somerset and West of England Advertiser Friday 20 Sep 1946

Page 2 Column 6 and 7

Births, Marriages, Deaths

Announcements under this heading 5/- for 30 words (minimum), 2d. each additional word. All prepaid.


LADD. - On September 16th, 1946, to Joan (née WEIGHT), wife of P. Alan LADD, of Barnstaple, a son (Christopher Alan).

SADLER. - On 17th September, 1946, at the Orange Grove, Wells, to Megan (née YARROW), wife of Peter P. SADLER, a daughter (Wendy Margaret).

TAYLOR. - On September 8th, 1946, at the Butleigh Hospital to Marie (nee MULLINS), wife of C. Stuart TAYLOR, a son, David Stuart, a brother for Paul and Louise.


HARVEY – ROGERS – On Saturday, Sept. 7th, 1946, at St. Ann's Church, Nottingham, Henry Joseph, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. H. J. HARVEY, 4, Somerville-road, Wells, to Alice May, eldest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. H. ROGERS, of Nottingham.


MOSS. - On Sept. 16th, 1946, at Hill Top Farm, Yarley, William MOSS, market gardener aged, 71. Funeral at Henton Church at 2 p.m., on Friday, Sept. 20.

RICKETTS – William Herbert (Bert), dearly loved son of W. and F. RICKETTS, 8, Cranhill-road, Street, formerly of Bristol, died Sept. 13th. He was an inspiration to all who knew him.



DAVIES. - Fondest memories of our dear son Arthur, who made the supreme sacrifice, Sept. 22nd, 1944. At home on that beautiful hill of God, By the valley of peace so fair;

Some day, some time, when our work is done.

Dear son, we'll meet you there.

Mum, dad and family, Elmhurst-road.

DAVIES. - In loving memory of Arthur, who made the supreme sacrifice on Sept. 22nd, 1944.

We often look at your photo,

You are smiling, and seem to say:

Don't grieve, I am only sleeping,

We shall meet again some day.”

Georgina and Rosalind.

FOURACRE. - In loving memory of our darling Jim, R.A.F., died Sept. 21st, 1944, aged 22 years. Always remembered by Mum, Dad, sisters and brothers. Also his seven pals who died with him.

Safe in the arms of Jesus.”

FOURACRE. - In proud and loving memory of our dear son and brother, Sgt. B. J. FOURACRE, who lost his life while on active service, Sept. 21st, 1944. Always in our thoughts. Mum, Dad, Brothers and Sisters.

LANSDOWNE. - In loving memory of my dear son Ron, 1st Airborne Div., reported missing, Sept. 17th, 1944, now presumed to have been killed Sept. 25/26, 1944, at Arnhem.

Not just to-day, but every day in silence we remember.

He gave his life that we might live.

TUTTON – In loving memory of our dear son and brother, George TUTTON, killed in action, Sept. 18th, 1944.

Ever remembered by Mum, Dad and family, at Sand Heath, Wedmore.

Sweet is the word of remembrance,

Dear is the one who is gone;

And we will ever remember,

As long as the years roll on.


SUMMERHAYES. - Happy tender memories of dear Wallace, who passed peacefully away, Sept. 18th 1945. The loving husband and affectionate companion of his dear wife Annie (Nan). Sadly missed.

At rest in God's keeping.

TANNER. - In loving memory of our dear daughter, Jessie Kathleen, who passed away Sept. 22nd, 1942. Always in the thoughts of Mam, Dad, sister Iris and brother-in-law George.

WILLS. - In loving memory of my dear wife, who died September 21st, 1945.

In my heart your memory lingers,

Sweet and tender, kind and true;

Not a single day goes over,

That I do not think of you.

Remembered by your Husband, Son and Daughter.

WILLS. - In memory of my dear Mother, Leah Maud, died Sept. 21st, 1945. Always remembered by her daughter Lavinia.

Not gone from memory, not gone from love,

But gone to our Father's home above.

25, Northload Bridge, Glastonbury.

WILLS. - Cherished memories of my dear Mother, Maud WILLS, who was taken from us Sept. 21st, 1945. Sadly missed by her daughter Queenie husband and family.

Gone, but not Forgotten.”

Rushmead, Westhay.

WINDMILL (Sarah Ann). - In loving memory of dearest Mother, called to rest September 21st, 1944. Remembered always by her daughters.

Memories are treasures no one can steal;

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal.

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<NOTES: Jim or Sergt. B. J. FOURACRE is Bertram James FOURACRE son of John Emanuel FOURACRE and Frances Fanny SIMPSON-HOLLY>