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Rushden Echo & Argus, 5th February 1932, transcribed by Kay Collins
Mr George Meadows, of Podington

On Thursday week the funeral took place of Mr George Meadows, of Top End, Podington, whose death occurred the previous Tuesday after a long and painful illness. The deceased, who was eighty years old, was a native of the village. The Rev A W Collins conducted the service. The mourners were: Mrs Meadows (widow), Miss May Meadows (daughter), Mr and Mrs E J Meadows, Bedford (son and daughter-in-law), Mr G Meadows (son), Miss Edith Meadows (grand-daughter), Mrs Kitchener, Luton (daughter), Mrs Watts, Earls Barton (daughter-in-law), Mr and Mrs A Meadows, Wymington (son and daughter-in-law), Mr and Mrs O Meadows, Rushden (son and daughter-in-law), Mr and Mrs Hodgkins, Harrold (son-in-law and daughter), Masters Jack and Arthur Walker, Wellingborough (grandsons), Master Tom Meadows and Miss Lily Watts, Earls Barton (grandson and granddaughter), Miss Vera Watts, Earls Barton (great-grand-daughter), and Mr Simpson, Birmingham (friend).

The floral tributes were inscribed: Mother and May, Sarh, John and 3 grandchildren; Ern and Alice and grandchildren; George and Edie, Betty and George; Nell and Harry, Eric, Ron; Em and Lily, Mary, Tom, Freddie; Art and Emily; Owen and Gertie; All and Reg, Mary and Dorothy; Gwen, Arthur, Renie, Betty; Sister Florrie; Vera great-granddaughter; From all at Braybrooke Common; Mr and Mrs Mason, Rushden; Mrs Stratton and family; Annie and Daniel; Patti and Herbert; and United Services Club, Podington.

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