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Name: Henry Burgess

Burial Number: 0919

Gender: Male

Occupation: Bill Broker; Financial Agent;

Born: 00/00/1853

Died: 07/10/1918

Buried: 11/10/1918

Story

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Researcher: Angela Levy

The Grave

Photograph of headstone for Henry Burgess

Location in Cemetery

Area: SWS Row: 1 Plot: 1

Exact Location (what3words): rounds.loans.moral

Ashes or Urn: Unknown

Headstone

Description:

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Inscription:

Henry William Burgess died 7th October 1918 aged 65. Also Mary Agnes his wife died November 29th 1943

Further Information

Birth

Name: Henry William Burgess

Gender: Male

Born: 00/00/1853

Town: Paddington

County: London

Country: England

Marriage

Maiden Name: Not applicable

Marriage Date: //1880

Spouse First Name: Mary

Spouse Second Name: Agnes

Spouse Last Name: Hill

Town of Marriage: Braintree

County of Marriage: Essex

Country of Marriage: England

Information at Death

Date of Death: 07/10/1918

Cause of death: Unknown

Address line 1: Byron Hall

Town: Worthing

County: Sussex

Country: England

Obituary

Worthing Gazette 16 October 1918

FUNERAL OF MR BURGESS. – The funeral of the late Mr. Henry William Burgess, of Byron Hall Byron-road, and formerly of Palmeira-square, Hove, who passed away last week, at the age of sixty five, took place at Heene on Friday. The officiating Clergy were the Rev. Canon Flynn (of St John’s Church, Hove) and the Rev. J.P. Fallowes (Rector of Heene) and the internment was at Heene Cemetery. A number of friends of the family were present. The chief mourners were the elder son, Mr. Harold Burgess, and the daughters of the deceased, Mrs. Brown and the Misses Sylvia and Angela Burgess. His younger son, Captain Cyril Burgess, was unable to be present, as he is now with the North Russian Expeditionary Force. A beautiful white cross extending the entire length of the coffin, was sent by the widow, and among the other contributors of floral tributes were Mrs. Brown (his daughter), Harold, Sylvia, Cyril and Angela (his sons and daughters), Mr. and Mrs. Emmett, Mr. F.W. Hull, Captain A.R.S. Fraser, Major Fraser, Mrs. and Miss Fraser, Mr. Dixon, Commodore and Mrs. Skipwith, Mrs. Sharp, Miss Sharp and Mr. Leslie Sharp, Miss Chapman, Mrs. Pope, Nurse Smith, Princess Irene de Averina W saska, Dr. Le Riche, Miss Grimwood and Miss Ethel Grimwood, Mr. Edwin Clark, Mrs. Kenelm Digby the Misses Digby, Mr. and Mrs. Rodacanachi, Mr. and Mrs. Cavill, Mr. and Mrs. P?c?y, Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Mary Swan, and Mrs. W.J. Dixon.

Personal Effects

Money left to others: £883 18 s 11 d

Current value of effects: Not calculated

Census Information

1881

“South View”, London Road, Reigate, Surrey
Henry W Burgess aged 27, head, bill broker; Mary A Burgess aged 22, wife; Orpha Cardle aged 38, housemaid, domestic servant; Mary Swan aged 22, cook; Reuben Scurry aged 14, page

1891

19, Palmeira Square, Hove, Sussex – Henry W Burgess aged 38, head, bill broker; Mary A Burgess aged 32, wife; Harold P Burgess aged 6, son; Cyril A F Burgess aged 1, son; Muriel E R Burgess aged 4, daughter; Sylvia M A Burgess aged 2, daughter; Richard C Hill aged 35; Clergy, Clerk in Ho;y Orders (curate), brother-in-law; Mary Parnes aged 31, domestic; Alice Whitehead aged 35, domestic; Annie O Swallow aged 22, domestic; Alice Chapman aged 28, domestic; Alice M Markwell aged 18, domestic

1911

24, Palmeira Square, Hove, Sussex – Henry Burgess aged 57, head, financial agent; Mary Burgess aged 50, wife; Cyril Burgess aged 21, son; Sylvia Burgess aged 23, daughter; Angela Burgess aged 16, daughter; Edith Smith aged 42, hospital nurse/ sick nurse; Harriet Newell aged 29, cook; Amy Wells aged 40, parlourmaid; Ethel Millard aged 21, Ladies’ maid; Edith White aged 26, housemaid; Elizabeth Wright aged 23, housemaid; Catherine bailey aged 17, kitchenmaid

Miscellaneous Information

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