|Wellingborough News, 9th February 1884, transcribed by Kay Collins
FUNERALOn Sunday the mortal remains of Mr. Andrew Smart were interred in the Cemetery. The funeral service was impressively read by the Vicar. The deceased was thirty-four years of age, and he had been suffering from consumption for a period of three years. He was a member of the Court "Goodwill" of the Order of Foresters, and about 100 of the members followed the funeral cortege to the grave to show their regard for their departed brother. There was also a large number of the general public present.