Arthur Channing Purnell
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- Stone Stone (any)
- First World War (1914-1918)
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Headstone- IN/ LOVING MEMORY OF/ JOHN ALFRED PURNELL,/ WHO DIED OCTOBER 6TH 1884,/ AGED 46 YEARS/ ______ ______ "THY WILL BE DONE"/ ALSO OF/ EMILY BLANDFORD PURNELL,/ WIFE OF THE ABOVE/ DIED NOVEMBER 18TH 1920,/ IN HER 81ST YEAR/ On base plinth of headstone- AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF THE YOUNGEST SON OF THE ABOVE ARTHUR CHANNING PURNELL CAPT. 16TH MIDD'X REGT. KILLED IN ACTION AT BEAUMONT HAMEL, FRANCE, JULY 1ST 1916 AGED 34 YEARS. Stone tablet with fluted border IN VERY DEAR MEMORY OF A BELOVED HUSBAND AND FATHER CLYDE HONEYSETT PURNELL 14. 5. 1877 - 14. 8. 1934 "WITH GOODWILL TO ALL, WITH THE GOODWILL OF ALL, AND NOT DEVOID OF HOPE." PLATO Plain stone tablet ALSO OF HIS SON H. CLYDE PURNELL WHO PASSED AWAY 17TH MAY 1981 AGED 75 YEARS Upright cross on triple plinth First tier IN LOVING MEMORY OF 2nd tier NINETTE WHITMORE, SECOND DAUGHTER OF THE LATE J. A. PURNELL, AT REST MARCH 5TH 1901, AGED 29 YEARS.
Headstone- IN/ LOVING MEMORY OF/ JOHN ALFRED PURNELL/, WHO DIED OCTOBER 6TH 1884,/ AGED 46 YEARS/ ______ ______ "THY WILL BE DONE"/ ALSO OF/ EMILY BLANDFORD PURNELL,/ WIFE OF THE ABOVE/ DIED NOVEMBER 18TH 1920/ IN HER 81ST YEAR/ On base plinth of headstone- AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF THE YOUNGEST SON OF THE ABOVE/ ARTHUR CHANNING PURNELL CAPT. 16TH MIDD'X REGT./ KILLED IN ACTION AT BEAUMONT HAMEL, FRANCE, JULY 1ST 1916/ AGED 34 YEARS./ Stone tablet with fluted border/ IN VERY DEAR MEMORY OF/ A BELOVED HUSBAND AND FATHER/ CLYDE HONEYSETT PURNELL/ 14. 5. 1877 - 14. 8. 1934/ "WITH GOODWILL TO ALL,/ WITH THE GOODWILL OF ALL,/ AND NOT DEVOID OF HOPE." PLATO/ Plain stone tablet- ALSO OF HIS SON/ H. CLYDE PURNELL/ WHO PASSED AWAY/ 17TH MAY 1981/ AGED 75 YEARS/ Upright cross on triple plinth- First tier- IN LOVING MEMORY/ OF/ 2nd tier- NINETTE WHITMORE,/ SECOND DAUGHTER/ OF THE LATE J. A. PURNELL,/ AT REST MARCH 5TH 1901,/ AGED 29 YEARS./