Mr W.J. Marrow

Liverpool Daily Post 12th November 1895

The flag was hoisted at half-mast yesterday over the Royal Insurance-buildings, Dale-street, the Corn Exchange and other buildings, as a mark of respect for the memory of the late Mr. W.J. Marrow, who died at Cavers, Bournemouth, at an advanced age. Deceased was in business as a corn merchant, and was also well-known and associated with various large commercial enterprises in the city. He had, however, retired from active business for about fifteen years, leaving an honoured name behind him. He ws an ex-director of the Royal Insurance Company. The demise of Mr. Marrow was all the more sad because within a couple of days of his death Mrs. Marrow, who was devotedly attached to her husband, died; and both were interred on Sunday together.