Item BCA - 2017.1279 - Deaths of Evalyn Lottie Rose Hornsby & Frederick Charles Hornsby 2015

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BCA - 2017.1279

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Deaths of Evalyn Lottie Rose Hornsby & Frederick Charles Hornsby 2015

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  • May & August 2015 (Creation)

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pdf of 10 pages & photographs

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Evalyn Lottie Rose Hornsby, November 17th 1936 - May 30th 2015. Evalyn attended the National School in Church View and she lived and worked in Bampton and Lew all her life. Her husband worked for John Henly on Deanery Farm and later for his son Roy Henly on the farm at Hobbs Buildings. Frederick Charles Hornsby 1st November 1933 - August 4th 2015. Fred worked for John Henly on Deanery Farm and Hobbs Buildings and later for John's son Roy all his working life. Fred died just 2 months and a few days after his wife Evalyn Lottie Rose Hornsby. Fred took part in the FFF & B Ploughing Match (Faringdon, Fairford, Filkins & Burford) many times and was a keen supporter of the event. Agriculture was his life's work. His coffin was carried from the church to the cemetery on this trailer pulled by a Massey Ferguson tractor supplied by Patrick Edwards of Clanfield. Fred Hornsby can be seen in two photographs, with his wife Evalyn showing the medal he has just received from the Duchess of Gloucester in recognition for his long service to agriculture working 40 years for John Henly and later for John's son Roy on Glebe Farm and Hobbs Buildings.

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