Rashcliffe Parish Communicants' Union

Small pocket booklet for the Rashcliffe Parish Communicants' Union, including the "Objects of Union" and "Rules of Life and Conduct for Communicants".

The item belonged to Ellen Bower (1853-1940) of 15 Albany Terrace and is dated 28 May 1892. Ellen was the daughter of millwright Original Bower (c.1817-1892), who was buried at Emmanuel Church, Lockwood, on 8 December 1892. Ellen was able to live on her own means, likely from her father's estate which was valued at £5,485 17s. 4d.

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tags:1890-99, 1892, Albany Terrace (Lockwood), Booklets, Digitised Items, Ellen Bower (1853-1940), Lockwood, Rashcliffe (Lockwood)
date:28 May 1892
rights:Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
date added:3 June 2017

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