Flowers, Mrs Alice – 1929

March 8th 1929 – Funeral of Nantyderry Widow

The funeral took place on Saturday at Goytrey Church, of Mrs Alice Flowers, whose death was reported last week, occurred on the previous Tuesday. She was the widow of the late Mr Gilbert Flower of Temple Cloud, near Bristol, who predeceased her seven years ago..

Deceased who was 39 years of age was the daughter of Mr John Harding, Nantyderry with who she had lived since the death of her husband.

Mrs Flower was born in the same house in which she died. Unassuming in character, she possessed a sweet and loveable disposition and throughout the countryside, her demise roused general sympathy with her aged father and family.

The Rev. HCP Belcher, M.A. conducted the services at the house and graveside. With Mr C Merrick presiding at the organ, two of the deceased favourite hymns were sung, viz., “God moves in mysterious way” and “Thy will be done”.

The bearers were Messrs Spencer, Dobbs, Taylor and Lloyd.

The mourners were:

Father; Millie, Laura, and Edith and husbands (sisters and brothers-in-law); Richard and Harry (brothers); and Mrs Flowers (mother in law).


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