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Algernon Arthur Garneys BOND

London Gazette - 8 August 1899

Gentleman Cadet Algernon Arthur Garneys Bond from the Royal Military College, to be Second Lieutenant, vice A.T. Paley. Dated 9 August 1899.

Jane BOND died 8 March 1854

The Standard - Saturday 11 March 1854

On the 8th inst., at Tyneham, Dorsetshire, Jane, relict of the late Rev. William Bond, Rector of Steeple-with-Tyneham, and Canon of Bristol Cathedral, aged 85.

Lilian BOND died 12 August 1980

The Times – Thursday 14 August 1980

Deaths: BOND. – On 12th August, 1980, Lilian, aged 93, widow of Ivo Bond, daughter of William Bond of Tyneham, Dorset. Funeral service at St. Mary’s Church, Dorchester on Tuesday, 19th August at 11.30 am, followed by cremation at Weymouth. No flowers by request. Enquiries please to Grassby & Sons, Funeral Directors, 16 Princes Street, Dorchester. Tel. Dorchester 2338

Reverend William BOND died 5 March 1852

The Morning Post, London - Monday 8 March 1852

Deaths: At Tyneham, Dorsetshire, on the 5th inst., in his ninety-fifth year, the Rev. William Bond, Rector of Steeple-with-Tyneham, and Canon at Bristol Cathedral.


Arthur GRANT died 12 January 2010

GRANT ARTHUR (AMENDED NOTICE) (Photographer) aged 87 years peacefully at home on Tuesday 12th January 2010. Dearly beloved Husband of Grace and Dad of Geoff, Annette and to Tanya and Mike. A dear Grandad of Jamie-Lee, Saffron and Poppy. Funeral Service in the Church of Lady St Mary, Wareham, Monday 25th January at 2.15pm. Family flowers only please, donations if desired for Wareham Surgery Medical Trust Fund and the Tyneham Fund may be sent to:- Albert Marsh Funeral Directors, St Michaels Road, Wareham, BH20 4QU. Tel. 01929 552107.


Claude Samuel HOMAN died 5 May 1947

Poole & Dorset Herald - 8 May 1947

HOMAN - On May 5, 1947, CLAUDE SAMUEL HOMAN of 72, Parkstone Road, Poole, formerly Rector of Carne, Tyneham, Frampton, Stockton, the Diocese of Salisbury, and for three years Chaplain at Costobello, South of France, aged 78. Cremation at [illegible] Crematorium to-morrow (Friday). Service ; St. Peter’s Church, Parkstone, later. No flowers, by request.


Poppy C INGRAM (formerly BUDDEN nee HOUSE)

died 27 September 2006

Dorset Echo - Saturday 30 September 2006

POPPY INGRAM. Dearly mother of Ruth, David and Lizzie, widow of Gilbert and Cliff Budden, of Southdown. Adored granny and great granny, fell asleep on 27th September, 2006. Funeral service service at St Michaels Church, Owermoigne, on Friday 6th October at 10.00am. Flowers and/or donations in aid of St Catherine's Chapel, Holworth, may be sent c/o Woods Funeral Service, 11a Icen Way, Dorchester, DT1 1EW (please make cheques payable to Woods Funeral Service). Please wear something red for Poppy.

Poppy C INGRAM (formerly BUDDEN nee HOUSE)
died 27 September 2006
Dorset Echo - Saturday 14 October 2006

POPPY INGRAM. Ruth, David and Lizzie and their families would like to thank all friends and family who filled St Michael's Church, Owermoigne for Poppy's funeral. Grateful thanks to the staff at Maiden Castle House, Doctors and nursing staff at Dorset County Hospital, A&E and Purbeck Ward for their care and support. Special thanks to Paul Gawler and his team at Woods Funeral Service and to Reverend Jean Coates for a truly wonderful service. Your kind donations will  benefit St Catherine's Chapel, Holworth where Poppy will rest.


Louisa Mary Alberta Symes MAYO (nee HULL)

died 18 January 1955

London Gazette - 4 February 1955

Name of Deceased:

    MAYO, Louisa Mary Alberta Symes

Address,description and date of death of Deceased:

    Frome Whitfield, Dorchester, Dorset, Widow, 18th January, 1955

Names, addresses and descriptions of Persons to whom notices of claims are to be given and names, in parentheses, of Personal Representatives:

Andrews Son & Huxtable, Dorchester, Solicitors (George Algernon Hull Mayo and Graham Hamilton-Sharp)

Date on or before which notices of claim to be given:

    7th April, 1955

Mr. and Mrs. Charles William MILLER

The Times, Saturday 4 February 1939

Mr. and Mrs. Charles William Miller, of Worbarrow Bay, Dorset, have received a message of congratulations from the King and Queen on their diamond wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Miller have lived in the same cottage for 58 years.