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 Post subject: Sagar MI's
PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 3:06 pm 
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Section D Grave 187
Headstone
John SAGAR, October 12th 1960, aged 79 years
Eliz. Ann, wife, August 13th 1941, aged 63.
John, husband of Mary YATES, February 20th 1961, aged 52 years

Section F Grave 81
Headstone (small)
SAGAR
In Loving Memory of
Our dear father
and mother
Ever Remembered
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Grave%20Stones/Haggate%20Chapel/S/Sagar.htm

Section L Grave 128
Vase
Jas. H. and Nancy SAGAR

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 13, 2007 3:08 pm 
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St James

B63
Gone But Not Forgotten
In Affectionate Remebrance of John SAGAR
of Cop Row
Who died November 24th 1887
Aged 57 years
Also Sarah relict of the above
Who died March 29th 1905
Aged 73 years
Also William O SAGAR
Son of the above
Who died April 30th 1905
Aged 49 years
Also James the beloved husband of Mary SAGAR and son of the above
Who died April 11th 1907
In his 47th year
Also Mary relict of the above
Who died May 8th 1916
Aged 54 years
Also Rebecca Jane beloved wife
of the above William Oates SAGAR
Who died Dec 18th 1927
Aged 70 years
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Grave%20Stones/St%20James%20the%20Great/S/Sagar1.htm

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A35
A. SAGAR
Ordnance Mechanic 4th Class
R.N. B
MX 89501 H.M.S. Ferret
15/12/1943 aged 33

A58
In Loved Memory of
A dear husband and father
Harold SAGAR died 14th Oct 1960 aged 63
Also his dear wife Sarah Jane who died 2nd March 1969 aged 76

B13
In
Loving Memory of
Henry SUTCLIFFE
of Worsthorne
Who died Jan 3rd 1914 aged 65 years
Also Sarah his wife
Who died March 23rd 1923
Aged 73 years
Also of Alfred WHITTAM
Who died July 4th 1934
In his 76th year
Also Emma his wife
Who died March 26th 1925
In her 68th year
Also Sarah Ann
Daughter of Alfred
And Emma WHITTAM
Who died Feb 18th 1895
Aged 5 years
Also Albert SAGAR
Who died Oct 31st 1938
Aged 52 years

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St John Worsthorne

A21
In Loving Memory of
John
The dearly loved husband of
Sarah Hannah SAGAR
Who died 24th Feb 1940
Aged 58 years
Also the above named
Sarah Hannah SAGAR who died 31st Jan 1958
Aged 76 years
Sweet Memories
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Grave%20Stones/St%20John%20Worsthorne/S/Sagar.htm

A46
Front
In Memory of
Ann
Beloved wife of ???s SAGAR
who died November
21st 1884 in the
67th year of her age
Also Mary Ellen
their daughter
Who died July 22nd
1887 aged 29 years
Also Sarah PARKER
who died March 21st 1920 aged 80 years
Left
In Memory of
John SAGAR who
died Nov 2nd 1853
aged 1 year and 9 months
Also Thomas SAGAR
April 6th 1866 aged
6 years
Also
Robert SAGAR
May 31st 1873 aged
19 years
Right
In memory of
Sagar SAGAR
Died Jan 16th 1881
in the 33rd year of his
age
Also Henry SAGAR
Who died January
28th 1885 in his
35th year
Also James SAGAR who died July 20th 1925 in his 62nd year
On scroll
In
Loving memory of
William
the beloved husband of
Sarah Jane SAGAR
of Burnley
Who died Sept 21st 1926
aged 70 years
Also Sarah Jane wife of the above
who died May 9th 1956
aged 83 years

B35
In
Memory
of
Elizabeth
Wife of Moses SUTCLIFFE,
Stonemason, who departed
This life November 2? 1854
Aged 65 years
Also the above named
Moses SUTCLIFFE
Who died January 17th 1872
Aged 81 years
Also James SAGAR, who died
November 3rd 1809, aged 75 years
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Grave%20Stones/St%20John%20Worsthorne.htm?collection=S

B37
FRONT
In Memory of
Smith
son of Henry and Margaret
PICKLES who died April 25th 1856 aged 40 years
Also Margaret daughter
of Hitchon and Elizabeth PICKLES who died June 10th
1861 aged 17 years
Also John SAGAR their
Grandson who died April 7th 1879 aged 7 months
Also Harry their grandson who
died Jan 3rd 1884 aged 17 months
LEFT
In Memory of
George
son of Henry and Margaret PICKLES who died June 22nd 1854 aged 62 years
Also Hitchon son of
Henry and Margaret
PICKLES who departed this life Feb 26th 1892
Aged 83 years
Also Mary Ann SAGAR
Daughter of the above Hitchon PICKLES
Who died Jan 3rd 1915
Aged 68 years
REAR
Sacred
To the memory of
Margaret daughter of
the late Peter and Sarah HITCHON and
wife of Henry PICKLES
Stone mason of
Worsthorne who departed this
life on the 9th day of
Feb 1839 aged 68
years
RIGHT
In Memory of
Henry son of Henry and Margaret PICKLES
Who departed this life
Sept 13th 1841 aged
34 years
Also Hitchon the beloved
son of the aforenamed
Mary Ann SAGAR and
grandson of Hitchon PICKLES
Who died May 2nd 1924
In his 50th year
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Gra ... ickles.htm

B65
The the
memory of
Oates SAGAR who
died June 16th 1837
Aged 10 years
Also Sarah ASPDEN
the daughter of James
and Sarah SAGAR
Who died September 17th 1859 aged 21 years
Also Sophia SAGAR who
died July 1st 1861 aged 21 years
Also William Henry
son of the above Sophia
Who died an infant
Also Joseph SAGAR who
died December 4th 1861
Aged 9 months
Also
the beloved wife of James SAGAR
Who died May 9th 1888
Aged 81 years

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 1:00 pm 
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A Briercliffe Sagar at St Bartholomew's in Colne

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In Memory of William SAGAR Esq.
of Southfield Merchant who
Departed this life May 12th 1809
In the 59th year of his age
Leaving this good testimony
John III chap. 2 verse.

In Memory of
Ellen widow of William SAGAR
late of Catlow in Great Marsden
Who departed this life January
16th 1820 aged 65 years
Also of Susannah SAGAR daughter
of the above named William & Ellen
SAGAR who died on the 17th day of March
1829 aged 49 years

Sacred to the memory
Betty SAGER widow of Henry SAGAR
late of Allerton near Bradford
Yorkshire, gentleman. She was
daughter of William SAGAR of
Southfield in this Chapelry
Gentleman. She was born 21st December
1745 and died 15th January 1823
being in her 78th year

In memory of
Margaret
the wife of William SAGAR of
Stoney Rakes within Briercliffe who
departed this life July 23rd 1841 in
the 24th year of her age
Also of Susannah the daughter of
William and Mary SAGAR
Who died in infancy
Also of Ellen the daughter of
William and Mary SAGAR who died
March 14th 1855 aged 4 years
and 6 months
http://www.briercliffesociety.co.uk/Gra ... Sagar2.htm

In Memory of
John SAGAR
of Roughlee who died
august 18th 1843 aged 45 years
And was interred in his Father's vault west of this stone
also of Betty his wife
Who died November 7th
1854 aged 54 years
And of Richard their
son who died February
6th 1869 aged 28 years
also of William their son who died April 22nd
1878 in his 58th year
Also of Samuel their son
Who died Nov 28th
1915 aged 80 years

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 1:25 pm 
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Found at St Bartolomew's but not in above list

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 14, 2008 11:51 am 
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The Leeds Mercury

Wednesday February 13 1895

Obituary

Mr. John Sagar, of Coley Hall, Nelson, died suddenly from an apoplectic seizure on Monday night. Deceased, who was 58 years of age, carried on business as a cotton manufacturer at Trawden, and he was chairman of the Trawden District Council. He was also a member of the Nelson Town council, his death being the first amongst the members of that body since the incorporation of the borough four years ago, when he was first elected upon the council. He was a prominent Liberal and Wesleyan.

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Saturday August 2 1823

On Saturday last, at Southfield, near Colne, much respected by a large circle of friends, Richard Sagar, Esq. He bore a a long affliction with the most perfect submission to the Divine will, and supported by the truths of our holy religion, met death with the utmost composure.

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Burnley Express and News, June 5, 1943
OBITUARY
MR. W. SAGAR
A native of Briercliffe, Mr. Walter Sagar, 24, Gilbert-street, Burnley, died last Sunday in the Primrose Bank Institution after a long illness. Aged 61, he was well-known in the district in his younger days, attending St. James’s Church, playing both cricket and football for the Sunday school team. A weaver, he had worked throughout his life for the same firm, Thornton and Co., Harle Syke. In his younger days he was a cornet player in the Briercliffe Brass Band. He served with the East Lancashire Regiment for over three years during the last war and was twice wounded. He was a member of the G.U.O.O.F., Burnley. He leaves a widow, son and daughter. Mr. W. E. Thornber officiated at the internment in Haggate Burial Ground on Thursday. Arrangements by J. Atkinson, Harle Syke.


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The Burnley Express and Burnley News
Wednesday April 28 1943

Briercliffe

The interment took place in Hill-lane Baptist Burial Ground on Monday of Mr. James Henry Sagar, of 42, Halifax-road, Briercliffe. Mr. Sagar died on Thursday last at the age of 76. A native of Worsthorne, he had been engaged in poultry farming all his life. He had lived in Briercliffe during the past ten years. His wife and five daughters survive him. The Rev. H. Hough offered prayers at the home and officiated at the graveside. Arrangements by Burnley Co-op.

A verdict of "Death from natural causes" was returned at an inquest on Saturday on James Henry Sagar (76), retired cotton weaver, High Sym, Briercliffe, who was found dead in Simpson-lane on Thursday evening. Alice Eastwood, Willow Dene, Halifax-road, Briercliffe, said that on Thursday afternoon Sagar called at her house and said he wanted some shopping doing. Witness went for these articles and Sagar then left the house. Ethel Goddard, Leaches-road, Colne, daughter, said that her father always enjoyed good health. the only time he had been medically attended was when he had his left eye removed 12 years ago. Harry Whittaker, Slack Farm, Briercliffe, spoke to finding Sagar lying on a grass bank, 200 yards along the lane.

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Burnley Advertiser, 4th, January 1862
On the 1st Inst. at his residence, Southfield House, Colne, aged 42 years, William Lister Sagar, Esq., J.P. and Captain in the Regiment of the 5th Royal Lancashire Militia.


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Saturday 07 February 1903
Deaths
Feb. 2. -Ellen Sagar, Briercliffe, 54 yrs.

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Mel wrote:
The Burnley Express and Burnley News
Wednesday April 28 1943

Briercliffe

The interment took place in Hill-lane Baptist Burial Ground on Monday of Mr. James Henry Sagar, of 42, Halifax-road, Briercliffe. Mr. Sagar died on Thursday last at the age of 76. A native of Worsthorne, he had been engaged in poultry farming all his life. He had lived in Briercliffe during the past ten years. His wife and five daughters survive him. The Rev. H. Hough offered prayers at the home and officiated at the graveside. Arrangements by Burnley Co-op.

A verdict of "Death from natural causes" was returned at an inquest on Saturday on James Henry Sagar (76), retired cotton weaver, High Sym, Briercliffe, who was found dead in Simpson-lane on Thursday evening. Alice Eastwood, Willow Dene, Halifax-road, Briercliffe, said that on Thursday afternoon Sagar called at her house and said he wanted some shopping doing. Witness went for these articles and Sagar then left the house. Ethel Goddard, Leaches-road, Colne, daughter, said that her father always enjoyed good health. the only time he had been medically attended was when he had his left eye removed 12 years ago. Harry Whittaker, Slack Farm, Briercliffe, spoke to finding Sagar lying on a grass bank, 200 yards along the lane.


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