THE LIVERPOOL OUTRAGE
The funeral of the little girl Eveline CHRISTOPHERSON, who was brutally murdered in the house of her parents in Parr St, took place yesterday, at Anfield Cemetery. The affair has created great popular indignation, and the public interest in the case was shown by the large crowds which assembled in the vicinity of the house to witness the funeral proceedings. The man who is wanted in connection with the outrage is still at large.
Manchester Guardian, June 9th 1904
CRAINE, June 7th, at his residence 14 Richmond Terrace, Anfield, Liverpool, in his 57th year, Thomas William CRAINE, beloved husband of Elizabeth CRAINE and eldest son of the late Thomas CRAINE, Cronk Breck, Ballaugh, I.O.M. Service at Brunswick Wesleyan Chapel, Moss St, Friday June 10th, interment at Anfield Cemetery
The Times, Monday, Aug 29, 1904
McCULLOCH, 26th Aug, Dudley House, Blundellsands, Liverpool, Sarah McCulloch, widow of the late Alex, interred Anfield cemetery, Aug 29th 1904
Manchester Guardian, Oct 29th 1904
MOLLIS, October 26th, Ellen the beloved wife of the Rev M. L. MOLLIS, of Liverpool after a short illness, funeral this day at Anfield Cemetery at 3pm.
The Times, Tuesday, Jan 15, 1907
Alfred James GLOVER, 12th Jan, Oakleigh Marlborough, aged 39, 2nd son of the late James Glover, Blundellsands, Liverpool, interred Anfield cemetery, Jan 16, 1907
Manchester Courier, 28 June 1907
FUNERAL OF MR. S. J. WARING
The funeral of Mr Samuel J. WARING took place at Anfield Cemetery, Liverpool, yesterday afternoon, in the presence of about four hundred mourners, including the heads of departments of the firm of Waring and Gillow Limited, London and the provinces, and senior employees. Many floral tributes were sent. The Rev Canon IRVINE conducted the service and the Dean of Norwich, Dr Defroy, formerly vicar of St Andrew’s Liverpool paid tribute to Mr WARING’S perseverance and integrity and his generosity
Manchester Courier , 8 April 1908
Mr Victor Grayson M.P, yesterday visited Liverpool to conduct a burial service over the remains of Mr William VARLEY, a Southport tradesman who had been an enthusiastic propagandist of Socialism. The service took place at the crematorium in Anfield Cemetery in the presence of a few personal friends and representative Socialists of the city.
The Times, Wednesday, Dec 15, 1909
Alfred Lewis JONES, K.C.M.G, 13th Dec, Oaklands, Aigburth, aged 65, interred Anfield cemetery, Dec 17, 1909
Manchester Guardian, Dec 17th 1909
The funeral of Sir Alfred JONES is to take place at 2pm this afternoon at Anfield Cemetery. At 12.30 there will be a memorial at Mossley Hill Church in which the Bishop of Liverpool Dr CHAVASSE will take part. A special train will leave Lime St, Station for Mossley Hill at 11.50 am and the 2pm train from Lime St to Euston will call at Mossley Hill.
Liverpool Echo, 21 January 1918
GIBSON, Jan 18th, 20 Brunswick Square, Kirkdale, Mary aged 90, Funeral at Anfield, Wednesday next.
GRIFFITHS, Jan 19th, 16 Richmond Terrace, Everton, Mary Elizabeth, aged 70, eldest daughter of the late Humphrey and Mary GRIFFITHS, interment at Anfield Cemetery, Thursday next.
MULREAY, Jan 20th, 23 Ludwig Rd, Mrs MULREAY, interment at Anfield Cemetery, Thursday next.
NELSON, Jan 18th, sisters residence, 66 Silverdale Ave Tuebrook, Florence NELSON, interment at Anfield Cemetery tomorrow, also in loving memory of Thomas father of above who died Jan 20th 1914, reunited.
SHAW, Jan 20th 48 Fazakerley Rd, Philip Harrison aged 86, beloved husband of Elizabeth SHAW, Funeral at Anfield Crematorium Wednesday next.
Liverpool Echo, 2 February 1918
HALL, 117 Salisbury Rd, Wavertree, John devoted husband of Ada E, interment at Anfield Cemetery Tuesday next.
The Times, Friday, Aug 23, 1918
George BARKER, 20th Aug, Kilgraston, Aigburth, aged 77, interred Anfield cemetery, Aug 24, 1918
Liverpool Echo, 28 March 1918
METCALFE, 20 Radcliffe St, Matthew aged 37, interment at Anfield Cemetery tomorrow
STEWART, March 26th, 64 Farnworth St, Elizabeth Ann aged 24, dearly beloved eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. H. BABB, and beloved and devoted wife of William STEWART Jnr, Port Glasgow. Interment at Anfield Cemetery Saturday next.
The demise is announced of Mr Joseph UNSWORTH, for 40yrs secretary of the Liverpool Medical Institution [now the David Lewis Northern Hospital]. Mr UNSWORTH, 70 years of age died on Monday in the Isle of Man, where he had been living since his retirement in 1911. The funeral takes place at Anfield Cemetery today.
Liverpool Echo, 25 June 1918
The interment of the late Hugh FARRIE, foe so long a brilliant member of the Daily Post, literary staff and whose death was recorded last night, will take place at Anfield Cemetery on Thursday
Liverpool Echo, 27 July 1918
DEATH OF A LIVERPOOL MUSICIAN.
A well known Liverpool musician Mr Walter BURNET, died at his residence yesterday, 34 Onslow Rd, Fairfield. He had been in ill health for the past three and a half years and his death was not unexpected. He was 69 years of age, was twice married, and leaves a widow and two grown up sons.
Mr BURNET belonged to a family closely identified with the music life of the city. He was the eldest son of Mr William BURNET, music dealer and at one time he had an extensive professional connection as tutor of the organ, piano forte and singing. A man of literary gifts he had written as well as lectured a good deal on musical topics in the city. He acted as musical critic for the old Liverpool Lantern, Porcupine, and other local journals. He was one of the originators of the Walker Art Gallery soirees. He organised the first three annual concerts given on behalf of the Pilots Fund and the Seamans Orphanage, he was musical instructor at Liverpool College and for 34 years he was organist and choirmaster at St John the Divine Church, Fairfield, The Sefton Park Operatic Society and the Fairfield Operatic Society were founded by him. For many years he acted as musical director to the Negro Nomads an amateur minstrel combination which attained much local favour some 20 years ago Mr BURNET was a Mark Mason and a Past Master of Emulation Lodge 1303. The funeral will take place at Anfield Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon.
Liverpool Echo, 22 October 1918
MILLER, Oct 21st, at 1 Tithebarn St, 63 years, William, the dearly loved husband of Emily Miller. Interment Anfield Cemetery, Thursday.
WILSON, Oct 18th, 12 Worcester Drive, Ann Jane, aged 58, youngest daughter of the late William WILSON, Interment Anfield Cemetery tomorrow.
Liverpool Echo, 21 December 1918
BIGGAR, Dec 20th, 37 Kingfield Rd, Orrell Park, James Holmes, the only son of the late James and Margaret BIGGAR, both this city. Funeral at Anfield Cemetery Tuesday next
. DUNCAN, Dec 19th, 20 Esplanade Waterloo, Walter DUNCAN, aged 29, Lieut 8th [Irish] K.L.R, and Home Intelligence staff, dearly beloved husband of Agnes S, and youngest son of Alderman and Mrs John DUNCAN of Waterloo. Funeral at Anfield Cemetery Monday next.
JONES, Dec 20th, 21 Egerton Rd, Anne Catherine, daughter of the late William JONES late of 102 Canning St. Interment at Anfield Cemetery Tuesday next.
PAYNE, Dec 20th, 38 Ireton St, following an accident, Robert William the beloved husband of Susan. Interment at Anfield Cemetery Tuesday next.
WRIGHT, Dec 18th, 27 Marybone, Henry Brownbill. Interment at Anfield Cemetery Monday next. Also, July 7th, in France Private Richard WRIGHT, R.A.M.C, youngest son of above.
The Times, Friday, Jun 02, 1922
Charles Thomas TAYLOR, 1st June, 23 Aigburth Dr, Liverpool, husband of Amy Strickland Taylor, interred Anfield cemetery, Jun 03, 1922
Western Daily Press, 9 January 1923
LATE CLIFTON RESIDENT'S FUNERAL
The funeral of the late Mrs B. DAVIES of Albert Rd, Clifton, took place at Anfield Cemetery, Liverpool, the coffin being conveyed by road a motor hearse. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. O. F. Welsh Presbyterian Church, Breeze Hill, Liverpool, and the mourners were, Mr and Mrs Radcliffe. Messrs Jas. Knowles Howsden, J. Humphrey, E. T. Carr, Herbert Lee, Harold Lee, W. Boyle, Mr and Mrs M. W. Zambra, and Miss Florence Davies. There were numerous floral tributes, the funeral arrangements at Liverpool and Clifton were entrusted to Mr C. P. Billing of Clifton.
Manchester Guardian, Feb 23rd 1925
ROBERTS, On February 1st, at Merton Rd, Bootle [also of Rhosdican Carnarvon] in his 56th year, Richard Llewellyn, the dearly beloved husband of Edith M. Roberts [senior partner Lumley Lloyd and Co, timber importers and merchants] Interment at Anfield Cemetery tomorrow
Manchester Guardian, March 23rd 1925
MARSDEN, Harold, M.R.C.S, L.R.C.P, London, of 195 Walton Lane, Stanley Park, Liverpool. Interment at Anfield Cemetery this day
The Times, Wednesday, Mar 03, 1926
Frederick Alexander WARING, 28th Feb, aged 61, Home Sefton, Aigburth Dr, Liverpool, husband of Mabel and brother of Lord Waring, interred Anfield cemetery, Mar 03, 1926
The Times, Thursday, Mar 01, 1928
Thomas Fuller TOOVEY, Feb 27th, in London from pneumonia, of Hamworthy Poole, Dorset, aged 69, interred Anfield cemetery, Mar 03, 1928
Western Daily Press 30 August 1928
Miss Fanny Wright, of Sandringham Rd, Tuebrook, Liverpool, who left .£21,000, directed that her body should cremated and the ashes interred as near as possible to the spot where those of her late brother, Thomas, were buried in the oval flower bed, opposite the entrance to the crematorium at Anfield Cemetery today.
Western Daily Press, 4 January 1930
MUFFLED DRUMS AT COUPLE'S FUNERAL
Thousands in striking tribute to dead man and wife.
Thousands of men, women and children, wearing the regalia of the Orange Lodges, attended the funeral at Anfield Cemetery, Liverpool, yesterday, of Mr John Walker, a former Liverpool City councillor, and his wife. Both were buried in one grave. Mr Walker died in hospital, unaware that his wife had died suddenly, and his last words to his son were, “Take care of your mother” To the beat of muffled drums. Those in the cemetery joined hands and formed circles before bowing to the ground as a last token of respect.
23 April 1930
Two hundred Liverpool taxi drivers subscribed to pay the funeral expenses of William Boyeroft, aged 65, whose coffin was escorted from the Royal Infirmary to Anfield Cemetery by fleet of taxis.
The Times, Saturday, Aug 02, 1930
Lucy LISTER [nee Spurrett], July 31st, at 37 Cromwell Rd, London, widow of Rev Brooks Priestley Lister. M.A, aged 91, interment after cremation in London at Anfield cemetery, Aug 6 1930
Western Daily Press,24 November 1932
The late Mrs Matthews
Formerly of Pendeen
We regret to record the death of Mrs Matthews, wife of Mr Peter Matthews, which occurred at her residence 25 Skerries Rd, Anfield Liverpool, on Tuesday November 15th, at an advanced age. Mrs Matthews formerly of Pendeen, St Just. She spent 54 years with her husband in Liverpool. She was also connected with the Methodist Church [formerly Wesleyan] at Liverpool for a great number of years and was held in high esteem by all.
The interment took place on November 18th at Anfield Cemetery, the Rev Frank THOMPSON, of Anfield Methodist Church conducted the service. Mrs Matthews was the daughter of Mr M. WILLIAMS of Pendeen. The coffin was of polished oak and bore the inscription, Margaret Jane Matthews, died November 15th, 1932 aged 83 years. The mourners were, Mr P MATTHEWS [Husband], Mr W. MATTHEWS [son] Mr W. SHIMMIN [son in law] Mrs C SHIMMIN [daughter], Mrs ORPIN, Mrs MORRIS, Mrs GRATTAN, Mrs F. NICHOLLS, Messers F. NICHOLLS, ECCLESTONE, McDONALD, CHIDLEY, ORPIN, KERR, and DODD.
The Times, Wednesday, Jan 11, 1933
Sarah Anne HIGNETT, Jan 7th, Bankfield House, West Derby, Liverpool, aged 94, widow of John Hignett. J.P, interred Anfield cemetery, Jan 11, 1933
Manchester Guardian, August 20th 1936
Last tribute to a goalkeeper
A charming last tribute to William SCOTT, the former Everton and Irish international goalkeeper, who was buried at Anfield Cemetery, Liverpool yesterday, took the form of a goalmouth in flowers complete with posts and net, sent by Birkdale Brewery Company. Everton and Liverpool clubs sent wreaths. His brother Elisha SCOTT, the noted Irish international goalkeeper, manager of Belfast Distillery Football Club, was one of the bearers. William SCOTT kept goal for Everton when they won the cup in 1906.
The Times, Thursday, Feb 08, 1940
Ethel DUMBELL, Feb 4th, Evelyn Nursing Home, Cambridge, youngest daughter of the late John Mawdesley and Ann Dumbell of Bootle, interred Anfield cemetery, Feb 08, 1940
The Times, Friday, Feb 16, 1940
Lady Margaret LARKING, Feb 9th, aged 78, Kingswood Hall, Road East, Blundellsands, widow of Sir John Larking J.P, mother of Reginald her only child, interred Anfield cemetery, Feb 13, 1940
The Times, Friday, Mar 15, 1940
Stanley NAYLOR, March 13th, of Lancaster Gate, London, W2, eldest son of the late Mr and Mrs B. S. Naylor, of Blundellsands, Liverpool, brother of Margaret Whimmerah, 7 Ashbourne Ave, Blundellsands, interred Anfield cemetery Mar 16, 1940
The Times, Friday, Sep 20, 1940
Eliza Jane MORLEY, 21 Clarendon Rd, Egremont, aged 73, daughter of the late William Morley, interred Anfield cemetery Sep 18, 1940
5 December 1940
“Unknown to any but God” to use the words of Bishop of Liverpool, the unidentified victims of the air raid on Liverpool last Thursday were buried together today at Anfield Cemetery
The Times, Monday, Dec 01, 1941
Ada Todd PERRY, Nov 28th, 4 Abbots Hayes, Chester, aged 77, eldest daughter of the late D. T. Perry of Liverpool, interred Anfield cemetery Dec 02, 1941
The Times, Tuesday, Apr 16, 1946
Mary Agnes RUDDIN, April 12th, 7A Westbourne Rd, Birkdale, wife of the late Thomas Owen Ruddin J.P, interred Anfield cemetery Apr 16, 1946
The Times, Friday, Jan 21, 1949
Annie Morrison BICKET, Jan 19th, , aged 92, Orchard Court W.1, widow of Sir Alexander Bicket, interred Anfield cemetery Jan 24, 1949
Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, November 10, 1897
Samuel DAVIES, died Nov 8th 1897, at daughter's residence, Grove Cottage, Gateacre, after an operation, aged 64, for many years employed by the Ocean Steamship Co, Cremated at Anfield Crematorium, November 11, 1897
Daily News, Saturday, June 17, 1899
Dr Lawson TAIT, died at his residence Llandudno, eminent surgeon of Birmingham, cremated Anfield crematorium June 16, 1899, ashes conveyed back to Llandudno
Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, August 8, 1899
William BIRCH, 3 Jermyn St, aged 58, cremated Anfield crematorium August 9, 1899
Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, October 31, 1899
Elizabeth DAVIES, Oct 30th, 95 Park Rd, East, Birkenhead, wife of Edward DAVIES. F.C.S, cremated Anfield crematorium November 2, 1899
Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, November 7, 1899
John MAHLER, Nov 5th, Sudworth, New Brighton, aged 66, cremated Anfield crematorium November 7, 1899
Liverpool Mercury, Wednesday, January 10, 1900
Henry Binnell HARRIS, died Jan 8th, aged 73, of the firm Harris and Thompson cigar manufacturers, 32 Tarleton St, cremated Anfield crematorium January 11, 1900
Liverpool Mercury, Monday, January 29, 1900
A. WYLLIE, Sandown, Leicester St, Southport, aged 77, Engineer, apprenticed to a Newcastle engineering firm, came to Liverpool in the early fifties became a partner in the Vauxhall Foundry, where many successful contracts were carried through, during the Crimean War much of the shot and shell were made for the British Government at the Vauxhall Ironworks, the firm supplied most of the engines for the old Inman liners in the seventies. Retired 1877 and took up residence in Southport, leaves a widow and four sons. Cremated Anfield crematorium January 30, 1900
Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, February 20, 1900
Sarah Jane MILLS, Martensen St, cremated Anfield crematorium February 19, 1900
Liverpool Mercury, Monday, March 26, 1900
James Teare CONCHIE, March 25th, 16 Alexandra Rd, Claughton, aged 59, son of the late Henry CONCHIE, Fowey, Cornwall, cremated Anfield crematorium March 27, 1900
Liverpool Mercury, Friday, May 18, 1900
Frederick Hancock BOULT, 11 Waverley Rd, Sefton Park, aged 64, connected with the firm F. H. Boult and sons estate agents, auctioneers and valuers, Cook St, cremated Anfield crematorium May 21, 1900
Liverpool Mercury, Monday, May 21, 1900
Mary Jane JOHNSON, May 17th, 11 Bertram Rd, Liverpool, aged 72, widow of the late Thomas Johnson of Chester, cremated Anfield crematorium May 21, 1900
Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, July 10, 1900
John LAMONT, July 7th, 5 Labernum Rd, Fairfield, aged 76, cremated Anfield crematorium July 11, 1900
Liverpool Mercury, Tuesday, August 14, 1900
Caroline HUMBY, Aug 11th, Raloe, Formby, aged 74, widow of the late William Humby H.M.C, cremated Anfield crematorium August 14, 1900
Liverpool Mercury, Thursday, November 29, 1900
Mary Jane PROBYN, [Jeannie] Nov 27th, 117 Upper Parliament St, aged 47, wife of Walter cremated Anfield crematorium December 1, 1900
The Times, Wednesday, Mar 12, 1902
Cremation of William RATHBONE at Anfield crematorium, Mar 10th 1902, followed by his funeral Mar 11th, 1902 at Smithdown Rd, cemetery, where his casket was laid in the family vault.
The Times, Thursday, Dec 28, 1922
James Fraser HARRISON, 25th Dec, aged 60, secretary to the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, , daughter's residence 21 Princes Ave, husband of Louie, only son of the late John Harrison, cremated Anfield crematorium, Dec 28, 1922
The Times, Thursday, Apr 05, 1923
Reginald George LAYTON, 2nd April, Hilbre Formby, of pneumonia, husband of Rachael Madge, cremated Anfield crematorium Apr 05, 1923
The Times, Friday, Oct 27, 1933
Frederick Ambrose John POULSOM, J.P, Oct 24th, aged 65, 2nd son of the late William Poulsom of Bootle, cremated Anfield crematorium Oct 27, 1933
The Times, Wednesday, Feb 12, 1936
Hubert MASON, died Feb 1st, when his aeroplane crashed into the Mersey, cremated Feb 11th, at Anfield crematorium, his ashes where carried by aeroplane, which circled three times around Mr Mason's home in Birkdale, dipped in salute, then went out to sea where Mr John Bowring cast the ashes and a wreathe in the form of an aeroplane fuselage.
The Times, Thursday, May 28, 1936
Inez STRAFFORD, May 26th, aged 60, 33 Park Cresent, Southport, eldest daughter of Mrs J. K. Strafford and the late C. A. Von Stralendorff, cremated Anfield crematorium May 29, 1936
The Times, Monday, Oct 18, 1937
Percy de Geiger COGHILL, Oct 15th, Sunnyside House, Princes Park, aged 72, cremated Anfield crematorium Oct 18, 1937
The Times, Monday, Apr 25, 1938
Frances Mary HOUGHTON, April 23rd, aged 94, Glenallon, Greenbank Dr, widow of Edward Albert, late of Barrowfield, Eccleston, daughter of Richard J. Lockett of Liverpool, cremated Anfield crematorium Apr 26, 1938
The Times, Tuesday, Nov 12, 1940
Emily Jane STRAUS, Nov 8th, aged 84, Flat B. 1, Manor House, Alexandra Drive, Liverpool, widow of Herman Straus, cremated Anfield crematorium Nov 11, 1940
The Times, Saturday, Jan 18, 1941
Charles Thurstan HOLLAND. F.R.C.S, Jan 16th, late of 43 Rodney St, Liverpool, cremated Anfield crematorium Jan 18, 1941
The Times, Tuesday, Jun 09, 1942
Eliza Constance WHITWORTH, June 8th, aged 65, Saxonbury, Weld Rd, Blundellsands, widow of Lieut Walton Haworth Whitworth, cremation at Anfiield cemetery
The Times, Monday, Jul 13, 1942
Lauretta Anne LITTLE, July 10th, widow of Charles W. G. Little, Athole Lodge, Village Rd, Enfield, cremated Anfield crematorium Liverpool, Jul 13, 1942
The Times, Monday, Oct 05, 1942
Eva Rose ORR, Oct 3rd, Brunage, Hoylake, wife of Donald J. W. Orr, cremated Anfield crematorium Oct 06, 1942
The Times, Tuesday, Dec 05, 1944
Edward Chorley EDGECOMBE, Dec 1st, aged 76, Arnwood, Blundellsands, husband of Ada Mary, cremated Anfield crematorium Dec 05, 1944
The Times, Thursday, Aug 21, 1947
Walter Edwin STACEY, Aug 20th, cremated Anfield crematorium Aug 22, 1947
The Times, Wednesday, Jun 30, 1948
Theodora Ridgard STUBBS, June 28th, aged 64, wife of George Stubbs, 25 Ullet Rd, cremated Anfield crematorium July 01, 1948
The Times, Friday, Jun 24, 1949
Helena Maud NORBURY, June 23rd, aged 84, wife of the late Allan F. Norbury, of The Dungs, Blundellsands, cremated Anfield crematorium Jun 25, 1949
The Times, Thursday, Mar 02, 1950
Philip Guy Rothay WHALLEY, March 1st, aged 48, husband of Nora Helen, cremated Anfield crematorium Mar 03, 1950
The Times, Wednesday, Oct 04, 1950
Jeremiah Leask MANSON, O.B.E, Oct 2nd, in hospital, aged 68, of 20 College Ave, Crosby, husband of Evelyn, cremated Anfield crematorium Oct 05, 1950
The Times, Monday, Oct 23, 1950
Edith Mary PILKINGTON, Oct 20th, Crank House, St Helens, cremated Anfield crematorium Oct 25, 1950