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Derby Daily Telegraph, 24th December 1932, Page 8



The funeral of Mr. Henry Tivey licensee of the Malt Shovel, Kedleston-street, Derby, took place at Nottingham-road Cemetery, yesterday.

A service in St Alkmund’s Church, was conducted by the rev. P F Pleming.

Mr Tivey was a member of the Derby Licensed Victuallers’ Association. Many friends gathered at the church to pay their last tribute of respect.

Mourner’s were: Mr H Tivey and Mr G Tivey (sons) Mr George Tivey (brother), Mrs F Taylor and Mrs H Ward (sisters) Mrs G Tivey (sister-in-law) Mr A Tivey (nephew) Mrs H Holt, Mrs J Wheeldon and Mrs P Thompson (nieces)

Wreaths were sent by : With deppest regret from his two sons, Harry and George; Brother George, Edith and Family’ sister Harriet; sister Esther, Fred and Family; Arthur, Edith and little Bobby; Gertie and family; neighbours of Garden-street and Kedleston-street, Derby Licensed Vituallers Association; customers and friends Malt Shovel Inn; an old friend Mrs Williamson; Kedleston-street – Mr and Mrs J Sketchley, Frank; Mrs Sam Roome; Lizzie; Mrs Morgan and Thursa; Mr and Mrs Fred Turpie; Mr and Mrs Bowler; Mr and Mrs Bond. Doris and Alf; directors and staff of Pountain & co. Ltd. The arrangements were by Messrs G Wathall and Son  


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