"ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY PRESS Saturday Aug 5th 1933, page 7"
1901 CENSUS: RG13/1026. folio 821. pages 29/30. Abode: Clair Vough, Ryde-road, Seaview, IW. Leonard GREENHAM. Head. M. 54. Trinity House Pilot IW district, Seaview, IW. Mary GREENHAM. Wife. M. 52. Seaview, IW. Annie GREENHAM. Dau. S. 29. Dressmaker. Seaview, IW. Blanche GREENHAM. Dau. S. 27. Seaview, IW. May GREENHAM. Dau. S. 23. Seaview, IW. Beryl GREENHAM. Dau. 10. Seaview, IW. Reginald GREENHAM. Son. 5. Seaview, IW. MARRIAGE: 1905 at the Register office or Non-conformist Church Wallace M. CAWS & Blanche F. GREENHAM. ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY PRESS Saturday Aug 5th 1933, page 7. DEATH OF MRS. WALLACE CAWS We regret to record the death on Friday week at 9 Queen’s-road, of Mrs. Blanche Fanny CAWS, wife of Mr. Wallace CAWS, a Trinity House pilot. For many years she was a greatly esteemed resident of Seaview, being a member of the GREEENHAM family. She was actively associated with the work of the Wesleyan Church. The deceased lady possessed a singularly kind and happy nature that endeared her to a wide circle of friends, and her demise is deeply regretted. She was 58 years of age. The Rev. Arthur TRIGGS conducted the funeral at the Garfield-road, Methodist Church on Monday, when a large number of sympathisers attended. The mourners were Mr. Wallace CAWS (husband), Miss Edna CAWS (daughter), Miss GREENHAM (sister), Mr. and Mrs. W. G. SAVAGE (brother-in-law and sister), Mr. Albert, Mr. Julian and Mr. Reginald GREENHAM (brothers), Mr. Norman CAWS (representing Mrs. Richard CAWS, of Chichester, a sister), Mrs. A. and Mrs. J. GREENHAM (sisters-in-law), Miss Yvonne SAVAGE (niece), Mr. Peter SAVAGE (nephew), Mr. and Mrs. neil, Miss Sylvia, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon GREENHAM, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. RYDER, Miss RIBBENS, Miss Julia MATTHEWS, Mr. and Mrs. KNAPP, Mr. J. BOWYER, Miss May WARD, Miss Mabel CAWS (sister-in-law), and Nurse TOLMAN. There were also present Mr. R. TRAVES, Alderman T. LANDER, Mr. T. F. SHEATH, T.C., Mr. H. V. TAYLOR, T.C., Mr. and Mrs. VINE, Mr. and Mrs. A. BLACKBURN, Miss GALLOP, Miss WARD, Miss MATTHEWS, Mrs. STEVENS, Mrs. LOCK, Mrs. G. WEARN, the Rev. and Mrs. G. A. HILLYAR-RUSS, Mrs. SPURGEON (secretary of the Missions to Seamen), Mr. and Mrs. W. L. MCISAAC, and the following Trinity House pilots: Messrs. L. C. CHAPMAN, W. A. MOSES, H. T. LASHMAR, N. WOODCOCK, and J. BOWYER. Interment was at Ryde Cemetery and there were some choice flowers. Wreaths were sent by the following: Dad, Edna, and Maurice; Mother, Carrie, Reg, and Stella; Alb, Flo, Len, and Steve; Julian and Jinnie; Beryl and Bert; Dick, May, Raymond, and Norman; Mabel and Nellie; Yvonne, Peter, and Bill; Nuge and Olive, Tony and Muriel; Gordon, Annie and family; Neil, Jessie and Sylvia; Lissie; Milton House, Seaview; Mr. and Mrs. C. A. KNAPP and family; From all at Vernon House, Cowes; Jim and Beryl BOWYER; Mr. and Mrs. CHAPMAN and family; Mr. and Mrs. MCISAAC; the inward pilots of the I.W. district; the outward pilots of the I.W. district; “The Totland crowd”, pilots; the superintendents and staff of the marine engineering and victualling departments of the White Star Line; Mr. and Mrs. GADD, Mr. and Mrs. W. TANNER; Mrs. F. WATSON and family; Mr. and Miss WARD; Sister GENTLE; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. NASH; Mr. and Mrs. MICHIE; Mr. John WATERS; Miss D. MATTHEWS; Mr. and Mrs. SAPP; Mr. and Mrs. SAMPSON; Seaview Methodist Church; Molly and her mother. Messrs. PURNELL and PURNELL were the undertakers.