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PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 4:01 pm 
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Wednesday 17 February 1892
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Feb. 12 -William Henry Nixon, Haggate, 22 years

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October 21 1939

Cotton Winder's Death

Following an illness of over five weeks, the death occurred at the Burnley Victoria Hospital last Monday night of Mrs. Mary Emma Nixon, wife of Mr. Cornelius Nixon, of 12, Jubilee-street, Harle Syke. She was only 47 years of age, and had suffered ill-health for about three years. A native of Burnley, she attended regularly at St. James's Church during her youth. She was married at Briercliffe Parish Church in 1909 and came to reside in the district during the last war. Of a quiet and homely disposition, she had been employed at most of the Briercliffe mills, chiefly at Walshaw Mill Co., and later at South View Manufacturing Co., where she worked up to three months ago. Her husband and one son survive her. The funeral took place yesterday in the Briercliffe St. James's Churchyard, the Rev. A. B. Dex, M.A., officiating. Floral tributes were received from:- Cornelius, Leonard, Aunt Lizzie and Evelyn; mother, dad and Miriam; Francis, Mary and Sheila; Alice, Sam and family; Tommy, Katie and family; Harry, Hetty and Benny; Banny, Annie and Derek; Lily and Bill; May and Fred; Leonard, Annie and family; Walter and family; aunts and uncles of Watson's family; Maggie, Bob and Margaret; Mirian; Jack and Laura; Maria, Bert and Kathleen; Lizzie; Nanny, Alan and Leslie; Mr. and Mrs. Stanworth and family; Mr. and Mrs. Storey; Tom, Margaret and Harry; Martha; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn and family; Madam Ogden; Sarah; Mrs. Wigglesworth; workpeople of South View Mill; members of the conservative Institute. Arrangements by Mr. Hartley Foulds, Burnley.

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