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Hannah (Lowe) Heginbotham Funeral Mourners

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Location: Tupton, Derbyshire, Englandmap
Surname/tag: Heginbotham, Lowe
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Derbyshire Courier, 09 Oct 1915, page 4:
LOSS TO TUPTON -- Popular Octogenarian's Death
A Tupton octogenarian in the person of Mrs. Anna Higginbottom, of Wright's Row, has been removed by death, much to the regret of her many friends and relatives. The deceased, who was 84 years of age, was buried on Saturday in the North Wingfield Churchyard, by the Rev. W. R. Minta., M.A. (curate-in-charge of St. John's Tupton).
Though born at Stock's Row, Wingerworth, the late Mrs. Higginbottom had spent almost all her life at Tupton, where she was greatly beloved for the many kind actions it was always her pleasure to perform. Her genial nature won her the respect of all.
The deceased was the widow of the late Mr. George Higginbottom, who died some 20 years ago; he was employed at the Avenue Pit (No. 9) as a miner. Seven sons and daughters, all married, are left to mourn their loss.
The chief mourners at the interment were...
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Higginbottom (son and daughter-in-law), John Higginbotham and Emma (Thompson) Higginbotham
Mrs. James Kirk (daughter) Mary (Higginbotham) Kirk
Mrs. Thos. Atkin (daughter), Eliza Alice (Higginbotham) Atkin
Mr. George Higginbottom (son), George Thomas Higginbotham
Mr. and Mrs. George Atkin (son-in-law and daughter) George Atkin and Louisa Laura (Higginbotham) Atkin
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith (son-in-law and daughter) William Smith and Georgina (Higginbotham) Smith
Mr. and Mrs. George Lowe (brother and sister-in-law) George Lowe and Sarah Ann (Arnold) Lowe
Mr. Thomas Lowe (brother) Thomas Lowe
Mr. Thos. Rodgers (brother-in-law)
Mrs. R. Betton (niece)
Mr. Cyril Lowe (nephew) Cyril Lowe
Grandchildren
Mr. and Mrs. R. King Robert King and Sarah Ann (Higginbotham) King
Mrs. Wm. Davis
Miss Atkin
Mr. and Mrs. W. Goodwin
Mr. Thos. Higginbottom
Mr. John Kirk John Thomas Kirk
Mr. Alfred Kirk Alfred Kirk
Mrs. Wm. Betton
The bearers were Messrs. G. and J. Lowe, M. and J. Lowe, J. Beard and J. Bicknal. Wreaths were sent by Mrs. R. King and Mr. C. Lowe, and flowers by Mr. and Mrs. George Atkin.
The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. G. Davenport, of Tupton.




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Your information is so helpful, but one more question. Did everyone on the list already have a profile or did you create a free space page for them. In my picture, the students listed (except for my grandfather) are not related to anyone I know.
I did have some of the family profiles already created, but the text of the article made it clear who they married. Example, Louise Higginbotham (daughter) shows as married to George Atkin, so I could create a profile for him.
posted by Dave Welburn
Did you create the profile for all the people at the funeral or did they already exist? How did you create the live links?
I was working on this family at the time, and found the newspaper article, which is in full on Hannah profile. Using the information, which also you will notice shows relationships, I was able to add a lot more family members.

For the links, it is easiier if you see the help page at.. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:Adding_Links I hope this helps.

posted by Dave Welburn
edited by Dave Welburn