Helen Holt
The Wolverton Express February 3rd 1963

Miss Helen Holt, of Elm Cottage, 5 Bullington End Road, Castlethorpe, died at her home on Saturday, having been in ill health for sometime. She was 80 and had lived in Castlethorpe with her brother, Mr. Robert Holt, since 1911.
A native of Twyford, near Buckingham, she was a keen churchwoman and delivered church magazines in the village. She had been afflicted for sometime with deafness and poor eyesight.
The funeral service was on Wednesday at the Parish Church.
Helen Holt
The Wolverton Express February 15th 1963



Late Miss Helen Holt

The funeral service for the late, Miss Helen Holt, who died at her home, Elm Cottage, 5 Bullington End Road, Castlethorpe, on February 2, aged 80, was held at the Parish Church on Wednesday last week.
Miss Holt, a keen church worker, had benne ill for some years.
The service was conducted by the Rev. D. Wingate, and Mrs. W. Cook was organist for the hymn “Praise my soul”. Interment was in the churchyard.

Family mourners were: Mr. R. Holt (brother), Mrs. M. Kenney, Mrs. C. Jeffery, Mrs. W. Brown, Mrs. B. Sharp (nieces), Mr. J. Holt (nephew). Friends in church included: Mr. L. Nicholls, Mr. Brown (Vicar’s Warden), Mrs. H. Cook, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. H. Ray, Mrs. E. Ray, Mrs. P. Homer, Mr. T. West (People’s Warden), Miss Edith Feasey, Miss Ellen Feasey, Mrs. Brown. Mr. W. Holt (brother) was unable to attend.

Floral tributes

Floral tributes were: With very deepest sympathy of a dear sister I loved so much from her sorrowing brother Robert; To a very dear sister with deepest sympathy from Walter; With deepest sympathy to our beloved auntie, remembered always, your loving nephew John and Mary; Treasured memories of our dearest auntie. “The same as you were you will always stay. Loved and remembered every day. From your loving niece Winnie, Len and children; In ever loving memory of our beloved auntie, your loving niece Beryl, Arthur and family; With very fond memories of our dear auntie from Helen, Tom and family; With deepest sympathy to dear auntie, from her loving niece Connie, Ern and family; With loving remembrance of a dear friend, from Mr. and Mrs. Kingston (Wolverton); “Resting from her labours” With deepest sympathy to a very dear auntie whom we all loved from her loving niece and family; In remembrance of a happy friendship, sincere sympathy from Nellie and Mrs. Irons; With deepest sympathy Mr. and Mrs. Belton and family; With deepest sympathy from Dr. and Mrs. R. Cooper; With deepest sympathy from Mrs. Pittam, John and Gerald:

With deepest sympathy Mr. and Mrs. T. West, Mr. and Mrs. N. West, Diane and Angela, “Peace perfect peace”, With deepest sympathy Mr. and Mrs. H. Gray, Miss Manning, Betty and John, Fond remembrances and deepest sympathy Frances and Ern, With deepest sympathy, Mrs. Markham and family, With sincere sympathy Mrs. Whiting and Mrs. St. John, Deepest sympathy Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Peter. With deepest sympathy Mrs. Booth, Miss Rawlinson, the Misses E. and N. Feasey, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Burbidge, With deepest sympathy Mr. and Mrs. Pile.

Funeral arrangements were by Mr. B. E. Sawbridge.