THE LATE CANON BURTON: REQUIEM AT WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL – December 1925

Page 22, 26th December 1925

THE LATE CANON BURTON: REQUIEM AT WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL.—At the funeral of the Very Rev. Canon Edwin Burton on Thursday of last week, at St. Edmund’s College, the relatives and family friends present included, among others, Mr. Lennox B. Dixon, Mr. Wynyard Dixon, Miss Gladys O’Bryen, Sir Henry Jerningham, and Mr. Herbert. A requiem Mass was sung also at Westminster Cathedral, by the Rev. Herbert F. Hall. A large body of the clergy was present in the choir, including the Right Rev. Abbot Butler, 0.S.B., Mgr. Canon Surmont, V.G., and Mgr. Canon Moyes; Mgr. Canon Brown, Mgr. Carton de Wiart and Mgr. Evans; Canon Norris, and many members of the Cathedral chapter. King Manoel was represented by M. de Sanpayo. There were also present the Rev. H. Burton, Miss Gladys O’Bryen, Sir Charles Fielding, Lady O’Bryen, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald O’Bryen, Mr. Alfred O’Bryen, Miss Clare Atwood, Mr. F. Atwood, the Rev. J. Cuddon, Mr. D. Ovington Jones and Miss Agnes Ovington Jones, Mrs. Beresford, Lady Euan-Sinith, Mr. James Farmer, Lady Farmer, Mr. Robert Cornwall and Miss Cornwall, Mrs. Gray, and others.

Agnes Mary O’Bryen – obituary 1924

23rd August 1924 MRS. A.M. O’BRYEN.

On Friday, the Feast of the Assumption, the death took place at Convent Lodge, Harrow, of Mrs. Agnes Mary O’Bryen, at the age of seventy-three. The deceased lady was the daughter of the late Dr. Kenny, of Richmond. The funeral took place at Hampton Hill on Tuesday last. After Requiem Mass, celebrated by the Rev. John O’Brien (of Twickenham), his lordship Bishop Butt performed the burial service, attended by Canon Burton, D.D., Canon Myers (President of St. Edmund’s College), the Revv. Harold Burton, John Cuddon, T. Bishop, and H. Darbey. Among those present were Miss Gladys O’Bryen (daughter), Lady O’Bryen, Miss Cecily O’Bryen, Mr. and Mrs. R. O’Bryen, Mrs. Fitzgerald, and Miss Throckmorton (relatives), and many friends. His Eminence Cardinal Bourne sent a kind message of sympathy. —R.I.P.