Frank Sawbridge
Frank was a keen gardener,
he also had an allotment where he kept pigs.
He is pictured here carrying the pig food on a yoke.
The Wolverton Express 16 October 1964


The funeral service took place last Thursday at Milton Crematorium for Mr. Frank Edward Sawbridge who died in Renny Lodge Hospital on October 5. He was 82.
For many years Mr. Sawbridge worked in the Brass Shop of the Wolverton Carriage and Wagon Works. After retiring he worked for some time at Hanslope Park as a part time cleaner.
His home was at 17 North Street, Castlethorpe, and his wife, Charlotte, died three years ago.
Family mourners were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sawbridge (sons and daughters-in-law), Mr. A. Sawbridge (brother), Mrs. J. Sawbridge, Mrs. M. Patrick (nieces), Mr. and Mrs. F. Lane, Mr. and Mrs. G. Smith (friends).
The service was conducted by the Vicar of Castlethorpe the Rev. D. Wingate.
On Sunday the ashes were interred in the grave of Mrs. Sawbridge in the churchyard. The Rev. D. Wingate officiated.
Floral tributes from the family were inscribed: In affectionate remembrance of Dad, from Joe, Ethel, Mary, and John, “Rest where no shadows fall”: In loving memory and affection of Dad, from Ben, Nancy, and Charles, “Sadly missed, loved, and remembered always”.
Other tributes were from: Alf, Mary, and Arthur and family; All at Forest Farm; Dorothy, Ron, and Shirley; Edwin, Winnie, and family; Lizzie, Joe, and Elsie; Vic; Mrs. Markham and family; Mr. and Mrs. Mackay; Paddy, Mrs. Mullins and Michael; From all at “Sunny View”; Tom West, Norman and Rene; Mrs. Nicholls and Mrs. Campbell; Leonard Nichols; The Court of Hope, No. 6114 A.O.F.; Hilda and John; Mrs. N. Cook; Lilian, Len and Susie; Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert; Mr. and Mrs. T. Carpenter; Pat and Den; Terry and Hilary.

Frank Sawbridge