Mexborough and Swinton Times January 3, 1930
Obituaries of 1929
20—Mr. Tom Hague (52), of formerly of Mexborough, a well-known musician.
27—Mr. Samuel Marshall, of Swinton (80), formerly headmaster of the Eastwood Church Schools. Rotherham, and more recently Divisional Clerk at Swinton, under the West Riding Education Committals.
2—Mr. Alfred Rose (53), enginewright at the Denaby Main Colliery.
4–Mr. W R Dale (55). of Messrs. Dale Brown and Co . Ltd., glass bottle manufactures, of Swinton, a founder and Past President of the Mexborough Rotary Club.
18—Mr. John Stacey (64), of Conisborough an official of the Denaby and Cadeby Collieries and a noted amateur musician.
26—Mr. Angus McLachlan (53), of Roman Terrace, a member of the Swinton Urban Council.
8—Mr. Mark Hulse, of Mexborough, a former member of the Mexborough Urban Council.
12—Canon Basil Herbert Kingsley, vicar of Hickleton, aged 67
16—Mrs. Hannah Rogers (87), of Wath, the oldest resident of Wath.
18—Mr. Henry Gamwell, of Darfield, for over 20 years a member of the Darfield Urban Council and for many years chairman of the Barnsley Board of Guardians.
19—Mr. James Dash Perkins (86) of Sheffield for many years headmaster of the Mexborough National School.
4—Mr. George Wilkie (79), of Doncaster, a director and former secretary of the Denaby and Cadeby Colliery Co.
11— Mrs. Hattersley (65), wife of Mr. J. W. Hattersley of Cheltenham, formerly of Swinton.
20—Mr. Vincent Rose (80) of Conisborough, veteran official of the Denaby and Cadeby Collieries
23—Mr John Davison (77), of Wombwell, for over half a century an active worker at the Wombwell United Methodist Church.
17—Mrs Fanny Maria Hawksworth (75), wife of Mr. J. Ledger Hawksworth. Clerk to the Dearne and Thurnscoe Urban Council and other public bodies.
20—Mr. Hague (76), of Billingley, a well-known farmer and former chairman of the Barnsley Board of Guardians.
30—Mrs. Wood (94), oldest inhabitant of New Scarborough, Wombwell.
9—Mr. G. F. Shaw (48), a former Swinton cricketer.
10–Mr. W. B. Wells (75), of Conisborough, a former chairman of the Conisborough Urban Council.