Last Saturday the funeral took place at Rushden of Mr. W. J. Bunting (72), of 9, Victoria-road, who died the previous Thursday.
The service was conducted at the home of the deceased by the Rev. E. E. Bromage (Mission Church) and the mourners were: Mrs. W. J. Bunting (widow), Mrs. W. King (daughter), Mr. and Mrs. Tolman (son-in-law and daughter), Mrs. A. Wright, of Northampton, (sister), Miss D. King (granddaughter), Mrs. A. Bunting, Mr. J. Tomlin, Mr. and Mrs. C. Tomlin, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bailey, Mrs. E. Tomlin (brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law) and Mr. J. Bailey, junr. (nephew).
The wreaths were inscribed: In loving memory of my dear Husband, from his sorrowing wife; From his loving daughter Kate, and grand-daughters Doreen and Chrissie; In loving memory of dear Dad, from his loving daughter and son, Mina and Charles; From his loving sister and brother, Mina and Alf, Northampton; In loving memory, Annie and family, Northampton; With deepest sympathy, from John and family; With deepest sympathy, from Charles, Ellen and family; In loving memory from all at Berkhampstead; With loving sympathy from Nance, Jack, and family; With deepest sympathy, from Elizabeth and family; With heartfelt sympathy of Uncle Bill, from John, Mabel, Winnie and George; In loving memory of Uncle Bill from Kitty, Sid and family Cricklewood; In remembrance, from Mercy, Flo, and Elsie; With deepest sympathy, from Hilda and Betty; With deepest sympathy, from Mr. and Mrs. G. Tolman, New Bradwell; Mr. and Mrs. F. Botterill and Gladys; Mr. and Mrs. W. Litchfield, Frank and Dolly; Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Lilley; Mrs. Hill and Lilian; With sincere sympathy, from Mr. and Mrs. Brumwell and Dennis; With deepest sympathy, from Clicking Department, Cunnington Bros., Ltd.
Messrs. Whittington and Tomlin were the undertakers.