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PostPosted: Wed Aug 25, 2010 7:18 am 
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February 27 1943

In loving memory of my dear mother, Mary Ann Sutcliffe, died Feb 25th, 1938.
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13 July 1929

SUTCLIFFE.- ON July 2nd Robert Sutcliffe, Briercliffe-road, aged 61.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2012 8:07 am 
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Saturday 23 August 1902

Funeral of Mrs Sutcliffe

Amid many expressions of sympathy and regret, the funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon in the family vault at the Burnley Parish Church of Mrs. Sutcliffe, widow of Mr. Edward Sutcliffe, cotton manufacturer, formerly of Ighten House, Burnley. Mrs. Sutcliffe, who attended St. Peter's Church when in Burnley, and who was held in high respect, died on Friday at her residence, Sutton House, Long Sutton. From this place the body was removed for burial on Wednesday morning, and it arrived at Manchester-road Station early in the afternoon. It was accompanied by several mourners, and these were met at the station by others. The coffin having been removed from the train to a new Washington hearse, and the mourners having been accommodated in several carriages, the cortege left for the place of interment. Messrs. Collinge and Co., Ltd., had charge of the funeral arrangements, and on their behalf they were carried out by Mr. J. Lord. The body was enclosed in a leaden shell, and the coffin was of light panelled oak, with solid brass mountings, and bore the inscription: "Sarah Ann Sutcliffe, born July 25, 1837, died August 15, 1902." The Rev. J.A. Latham conducted the Burial Service. The mourners were as follow: -First carriage: Dr. Harper, Mrs. Harper, Mr. Edward R. Harper, and Mr. Cuthbert T. Harper. Second: Mr. Henry Jobling, J.P., Lieut-Col. Jobling, Mr. John Butterfield, and Mr. Southern. Third: Mr. Geo. E Sutcliffe, Mr. James Hargreaves, J.P., and Mr. Hargreaves. Fourth: Dr. Farrer, Mrs. Farrer, and Mr. John Bradley. The floral tributes were as follow: -Cross, "For a sign of our love in deepest sorrow, from Marion and Russell"; wreath, "In kind remembrance, from Mr. A. H. Atkin"; flowers, "In affectionate remembrance, Mrs. Sidney Duvall"; harp, "Dear Grannie, from her loving grandson, Cuthbert"; cross, "Dear Grannie, from her loving grandson, Ted"; cross, "In loving remembrance, from Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley, Sunnyholme"; cross, "With love and deepest sympathy, Mrs. W. A. Murray"; cross, "From all at Heasandford"; harp, Dr. and Mrs. Farrer, "In loving remembrance of a dear friend," Spring Villa, Brighouse; wreath, "With kind remembrance and deep regret, Mrs. Caudwell, Thimbley House, Hobeach Marsh"; wreath, With heartfelt sorrow, from the maids at Sutton House"; cross, "A token of remembrance, from cook and Graves"; wreath, "In affectionate remembrance, from Mr. and Mrs. Jobling, Springwood"; wreath, "With Dr. Harper and Emily's sympathy"; cross, "Friendship's last offering, from Colonel and Mrs. A. Jobling"; wreath, "With deepest symptahy and sincere regards, from an old friend, Mrs. Rawson, Brooklands, Thornton, Bradford"; and wreath, "With kindest remembrances, from J. W. and T. C. Willders."

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:22 am 
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Saturday 14 December 1895
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Dec. 5 -John Sutcliffe, Lane Bottom, 76 years

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2012 3:31 pm 
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Saturday 14 January 1865
On the 10th inst., aged 14, John Sutcliffe, Lane Bottom, Briercliffe

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Saturday 01 February 1873
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On the 20th ult., aged 62 years, John sutcliffe, Folds House, Briercliffe

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Saturday 09 July 1881
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SUTCLIFFE. -On the 1st inst., Lucy Hannah, the beloved daughter of Sutcliffe and Betty Sutcliffe, of Colne Road Burnley, aged 2 years and 8 months

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January 16, 1935

Well-Known Harle Syker Dies in Hospital

A well-known Briercliffe family has suffered bereavement by the death, last Saturday, of Mr. Marmaduke Miller Sutcliffe, of 26, Queen-street, Harle Syke, at the age of 63 years. Mr. Sutcliffe was taken ill at his home last Friday afternoon and, though he was taken to the Victoria Hospital, he died shortly after midnight before an operation could be performed. A native of Burnley Lane, he had lived in Briercliffe since boyhood, and had been employed by the Haggate Weaving Co. since he commenced work. Although he was not a member of the Briercliffe Glee Union, he was greatly interested in its activities. For a long number of years he was a member of the Briercliffe Central Club. In his younger days he attended Elim Methodist Sunday School. He was a Liberal. A good deal of his time in late years had been spent in poultry-keeping and gardening. He leaves a widow and three sons. The funeral took place yesterday in the Haggate Baptist burial ground.

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February 2, 1935

Carter's Death

The death took place last Sunday night in the Burnley Municipal Hospital of Mr. Albert Sutcliffe, aged 68 years. Mr. Sutcliffe lived in the township until he was over 60 years of age, and then removed to Burnley Lane. He was brought up at Lane House Farm with his grandfather Mr. Henry Sutcliffe, until he got married and then he removed to Haggate. He was well-known in the Burnley Lane district, having been a carter for Messrs. Stuttard manufacturers, for a long number of years, and formerly was employed in the same capacity by the Hill End Manufacturing Co., Briercliffe. He took a lively interest in the Briercliffe Band. He leaves three sons and two daughters, his wife having died 16 years ago. The funeral took place last Thursday from the home of his son, Mr. Ughtred Sutcliffe, 12, Acre-street, Haggate, and the interment was in Haggate Baptist Churchyard. Mr. W.E. Thornber conducted the last rites, and floral tributes were received from:- Mr. and Mrs. Ughtred Sutcliffe, Grace and Lena; Mr. and Mrs. Orrell; Mr. and Mrs. Parker and ALbert; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sutcliffe; Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sutcliffe and baby; Mr. Driver and family; sister Annie and family; Harold, Harry, Edith, Albert and Herbert; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Rawson and Leslie; The arrangements were carried out by Burnley Co-op Socy.



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September 17, 1949

Late Mr. Sutcliffe

The death occurred on Wednesday of Mr. Willie Sutcliffe (79), of 11, Burnley-road. Born at Cockden, he had resided in the village all his life. The whole of his working life was spent in the employ of Haggate Weaving Company. He was one of the founders of Haggate Reading Rooms. His wife died nine years ago. He leaves four sons and one daughter and 10 grandchildren. The funeral takes place to-day at St James's Church, Briercliffe.

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May 16, 1942

Mr. J. H. Sutcliffe

The interment took place on Monday in Haggate Baptist burial ground of Mr. Joseph Henry Sutcliffe, of 252, Colne-road, Burnley. Mr. Sutcliffe had been in business in Colne-road for many years. He was a lifelong member of Hanover Methodist Church, being a trustee, and the interment was preceded by a service in the church, the Rev. F. H. J. Thornton, of Brunswick Circuit, officiating. Much sympathy has been extended to his wife, son and daughter who survive him.

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