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Eliza (Berry) Grubham

Philip Grubham
Born: 9th May, 1846.
Baptised: Whitbourne, Herefordshire.
Parents: James and Elizabeth (Passey) Bury
Married: Eliza Bury
On: Tuesday, 26th September, 1871,
At: Knightwick Church, Worcestershire.
Died: 17th April, 1934 (Aged 89 years)
Buried: 20th April, 1934.
Rector: J. R. Burns.
Epitaph: "Without one tear, without one sigh - How merciful thy parting"
Knightwick Chapel, Worcestershire.[101 ]

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Eliza Berry
Born: 22nd January, 1851.
Baptised:
Parents: William and Elizabeth (Daniell) Grubham
Married: Philip Grubham
On: Tuesday, 26th September, 1871,
At: Knightwick Church, Worcestershire.
Died: 7th January, 1923 (Aged 72 years)
Epitaph: "In Loving Memory of Eliza the beloved wife of Philip Grubham"
Knightwick Chapel, Worcestershire.[101]

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Funeral of Eliza Grubham - Bromyard News - 25th January, 1923.


Bromyard News - 25th January, 1923.

Knightwick

The sudden death took place on Sunday, January 7th, at Ankerdine Hill of Mrs Eliza Grubham, the wife of Mr Grubham, in her 72nd year. She was much respected by a large circle of friends for her piety and cheerfulness. She was ever ready to assist any deserving cause, and as recently as the 6th of January she presented to Mr R. H. Collins, Barbourne, a walking stick, subscribed for by a few residents of Ankerdine, as a mark of appreciation for his great kindness in supplying them with water for the past seven years. She leaves three sons and two daughters to mourn the loss of a very dear and affectionate mother. The whole of the residents paid a tribute of respect by drawing the blinds along the route of the funeral procession, many following to the quiet Knightwick cemetery. Amongst those present were Mrs John Walker and Mrs Gordon Smith. The Rector (Rev W. S. Floyde Ratcliffe) conducted the service. The wreaths included " Husband and Sister Fanny." The Rev W. S. Floyde Ratcliffe preached an impressive sermon at the memorial service on Sunday week last at Knightwick Church.