Emma Allen and Henry Mansell married at St Lukes Cheltenham record no.177 on 12th December
1863. They were both full age and Henry was listed as a Groom. He was living at Vittoria House,
father Richard Mansell who was a Shoemaker. Emma was living in Sandford Street and her father
Henry Allen was a coachman.|
Witness to the wedding was John Williams and Sarah Anne Marshall.
Notice of Death:|
MANSELL - March 21, 1905, at Belle Vue Stables. Emma, widow of the late Henry Mansell and late of the Old Swan Hotel, Cheltenham aged 62 years. - Funeral on Friday 24th at Cemetery at 2.30.
Also in the Echo on 30th, 31st March and 1st April
EMMA MANSELL. Deceased.
All persons having any CLAIMS or DEMANDS against the estate of Emma Mansell, Belle Vue Stables, Cheltenham, in the County of Gloucester. Fly Proprietress, are requested to send particulars thereof to the undersigned.
W and CH JESSOP, Solicitors, 1 Church Street, Cheltenham
Mrs Emma Mansell's Funeral|
FUNERAL, - The funeral of the late Mrs Emma Mansell
late of the Old Swan Hotel, took place at the
Cheltenham Cemetery on Friday. The coffin was
of polished oak with brass furniture, and bore
the following inscription: "Emma Mansell, died
March 21st. aged 61 years." The chief mourners
were Mr W. Mansell, Mrs Jesurum, Mr H.
Mansell, Mrs Davies, Mr C, Mansell, Mrs
Dunn, Mrs Howe, Mr Tom Mansell, Miss B.
Mansell, Mrs Jones [deceased's sister], Mrs
Williams [sister-in-law] Miss Williams [niece]
and Mrs Harding [an old friend of the family].
Other friends were also present. A number of floral
tributes were sent from the following: "From
her loving sons, William, Harry, Charlie, Tom
and Jack", "In loving remembrance from her
sorrowing daughter, Doll". In loving memory
of dear mother, from Alice and Harry": Rest
perfect rest from her loving grandsons, Harry and Charlie";
"In loving memory of dear mother from Emma
Llew": "In everlasting memory of dear mother
from Beatie and Mr C. Walklett": "In loving
memory of the best of mothers, from Florrie":
"With deepest sympathy from Mr and Mrs
Lewis, 93 High Street": [heart] With sincere
sympathy from Mr and Mrs Gaada": "From
Auntie Lizzie and Rose, deepest sympathy":
"From a few customers at the Old Swan";
"From the staff at the Belle Vue Hotel":
"With sympathy from Mr Wakeford and
Bessie [cross], With sincere sympathy from
Mr and Mrs H. W. Harris": "From A. Ash,
with deepest sympathy": "From Mr and Mrs J. M.
Goode, Bradenbury, near Bromyard, with deepest
sympathy". The family desire to return their sincere
thanks to all friends who made kind
inquiries during the mother's illness, and have
since shown their sympathy with them in their
Notes of Joan Carthy:
The Mrs Williams mentioned was Jane Mansell, Henry's sister and Miss Williams was My Great Aunt Lizzie [Baptised Eliza]. It was her daughter with whom I stayed in Cheltenham often, up to 1996. The extract was undated and I do not know when Emma was born If you can tell me that we can date the cutting.
Cheltenham Cemetery O-2073|
of Royal Hotel Mews Cheltenham
Who died 8th Feb 1886 age 46 years
Emma Mansell widow of the above
Who died 21st March 1905 aged 62
Rest In Peace
Youngest son of the above
Who died 18th May 1905 aged 21 years
His end was peace
Thomas fourth son of the above
Who died 30th Sept 1908 aged 25 years
Peace Perfect Peace