There were many mourners at LATE MISS NANCY BUCKETT FUNERAL IN GLOUCESTER, a daughter of the Rev. W. R. Buckett, Vicar of St. James' Bermondsey, and formerly Chaplain of the Mariners’ Church, Gloucester. Miss Buckett, who was 29 years of age, and who died after only a few days’ illness, received her early education at Ribston Hall High School for Girls, and had recently been in training for work with the Church of England Zevana Missionary Society. The first part of the funeral service was conducted at the Mariners’ Church the Chaplain (Rev. W. Asbury Smith.)
The principal mourners included the Rev. W. R. Buckett (father) and Mrs. Buckett, the Misses Phyllis and Mollie Buckett (sisters), Mr. Buckett (uncle), and Mr. and Mrs. Legge (Cheltenham). Among many others present were: Canon Billett and Miss Billett, Rev. R. S. Callander. Rev. Dr. Crawford, Rev. P. K. Prince, Rev. E. D. S. Camus, Rev. J. Warwick Armstrong and Mrs. Armstrong, Rev. Goodchild (Bristol). Lt.-Commander Colman, R.N.R. Mr. W. F. Marvin (Hon, Treasurer), and Mr. H. Gascoigne (Lay Reader), representing the Mariners’ Church. Miss Lucy Whitaker (headmistress). and Miss Cotterell (representing the Ribston Hall High School for Girls), Miss Neatby (representing the Church of England Zenana Missionary Society), Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Mr. E. Baker, Mr. ’Boucher, Mr. Maysey, Mrs. Whalley, Miss Cooper, Miss Daubeny, Mrs. Craddock. Miss Marshall. Mrs. Astley Gardiner. Misses Luce, Miss V. Candle, Miss Flunk, Mrs. Jeens. Mrs. Cant. Miss Clissold. Misses and D. Caudle. Mrs. Ridler, Miss Rouse, Mrs. Gowing, Mrs. T. Walker. There were many floral tributes.