The service at the graveside was conducted by Canon Browning and the Guard of Honour of the Rushden Boy Scouts, under Scout Master F.E.Preston, was present at the interment.
The grave was bricked and lined with violets, ivy, chrysanthemums and maidenhair ferns by the Head Gardener, Mr G.Woollard and Mr F.Betts.
The family mourners were, Mrs Browning (Widow), Mr Campbell Browning (Son), Miss Mary Browning, Miss Rosa Browning, Mrs F.J.Simpson, Mrs Short (Lincoln), daughters, Mrs James Browning (Daughter in law), Mr Harry Browning (London, nephew), Lieut. F.J.Simpson (Son in law), Mr C.Pratt-Barlow (Plymouth, brother in law), Mrs Montague Browning (Branfield, Herts, sister in law), Mrs Julius Arkwright (Stoney Grange, Kimbolton), Mr F.Daubeny (London), Mr C.Brooks and Mr F.Beanford (Sussex).
There was a beautiful collection of wreaths from the following:
Widow and children, Mr and Mrs Campbell Browning, Mrs James Browning, Lieut. and Mrs F.J.Simpson, Di, Tiny and Spoo, Geoffrey and Peter, Jim and Nancy, Captain and Mrs F.Browning, Miss Grace Browning, Mr and Mrs W.H.Simpson, Mrs A.H.Sartoris, General Sir William and Lady Seymour (Brighton), Mr Beauford, Mrs Arkwright, Mrs W.Kitchin, Mrs Kennedy (Onslow Square, London), Dr Crew, Dr and Mrs Greenfield, Indoor and Outdoor servants, Boy Scouts, Mr H.Lack (Wellingborough), and Mr and Mrs Woollard (Wymington).
Undertakers, Messrs Chillington & Tomlin, Queen Street, Rushden.