Some Memorial Inscriptions - Berkeley, Gloucestershire
St Mary's Churchyard & Berkeley Cemetery

Latest Additions New 17 Jun 2004

The following MIs were extracted from BIGLAND by Rosemary Lockie, 4/6th February 1987.
A1. William SUMMERS of this Town, Butcher died 18th Feb. 1765, aged 52

A2. Mary, Wife of Nicholas COLE, of Scotland in the Parish of Hill, Yeoman
died April 13th 1768, aged 45

A3. Henry SUMMERS of this Town, Mercer died April 9th 1773, aged 83

A4. John son of Thomas & Hester HILL died June 10th 1775, aged 20

A5. Mr James REEVES,
late Steward to the Right Honourable the Earl of Berkeley
died July 2nd 1767, aged 46


The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 4/5th January 2002. Entries supply name, date of death, age, and an estimated date of birth.
ST MARY'S CHURCHYARD
B1. Octavius LONG died at Coventry 11 Jan 1910, 87, 1823
Catherine, wife, of Ham, 1 Jan 1856, 23, 1833

B2. Children of Anthony & Susan KINGSCOTT
William, 27 Mar 1822, 11 months, 1821
Charlotte, 4 June 1830, 3 yrs 7 months, 1827
Samuel KINGSCOTT, Drowned, 22 Sep 1846, 28, 1818

B3. Tomb Stone
Nicholas CORNOCK of Breadstone, Yeoman, 20 May 1875, 59, 1818
William CORNOCK of Oldbury on Severn, 2 Nov 1777, 60, 1711
Nicholas son of William, 5 Jun 1776, 24, 1752
Mary CORNOCK of Gold Wick, 22 Oct 1776, 50, 1726
Nicholas, 6 Nov 1779, 67, 1712
John CORNOCK of Breadstone, 29 Jun 1794, 60, 1734
Nicholas CORNOCK, 2 May 1782, 42, 1740

B4. Tomb Stone
Nicholas CORNOCK of Blanchworth, 30 Nov 1732, 37, 1695
Mary, wife, 6 Apr 1780, 73, 1707
Here lyeth the body of Jonathon CORNOCK, of ye City of Bristol, wine !!, 25 Jun 1729, 33, 1696
Nicholas son of Nicholas & Mary of Blanchworth, 30 Nov 1739, 25 weeks & 4 days, 1739
William, their son, 4 Jul 1749, 6 yrs, & 2 weeks
[Auth: please note not all the Inscriptions on the above
Tomb Stone were readable, the weather has done its worst]


B5. Tomb Stone
William CORNOCK of Goldwick, Yeoman, 25 Apr 1718, 33, 1685
Mary, wife, 25 Jan 1764, 83, 1681
Nicholas of Woodford, 4 Jun 1700, (no age)
Ann, daughter, 20 Nov 1691 (no age)
Sufannah [Susannah] wife of William of Oldbury on Severn, 25 Jun 1761, 43, 1718

B6. Tomb Stone
William CORNOCK of Goldwick, 21 Nov 1803, 64, 1739
Sarah, 1 Jun 1834, 86, 1748
Susannah, 2 Nov 1828, 49, 1780
Henry, son of William & Elizabeth, 2 Nov 1827, 3 months
Nicholas, Yeoman, 26 Oct 1653
Eliz, widow, 6 Aug 1676
William, Yoeman [Yeoman], 3 Mar 1696
Hester, wife, 6 Aug 1728.

B7. James KINGSCOTT of Ham, 30 Jul 1846, 77, 1769
Mary, 5 Aug 1846, 74, 1772

B8. Harriet PICK 19 Jan 1847, 23, 1824
Hester HAWSON, daughter, 18 Mar 1847, 14 weeks
Thomas, husband, was mentioned,

B9. William LUCE of Berkeley 19 Jul 1850, 64, 1786
Hannah 20 Jan 1854, 64, 1790
George, son, 30 Nov 1845, 18, 1827

B10. John Cox HICKES, Town Surgeon, 8 Feb 1848, 20, 1828
Mary, wife, 30 Jun 1866, 63, 1803
John Cox HICKS, Surgeon, 21 Feb 1870, 72, 1798
Susan Anne, daughter, 14 Jul 1834 - 18 Dec 1884

B11. Joseph PICK of Bevington, 4 Jan 1821, 76, 1745
Christian, 7 Jan 1827, 89, 1738
William, son, 19 Oct 1823, 48, 1775

B12. John MAYO of Breadstone, 12 Aug 1735, 51, 1684
Elizabeth 21 Jan 1760, 84, 1676

B13. John Gastrell PHILLIPS, 7 Jun 1790 - 24 Jan 1837
Harriet, 23 Feb 1792 - 13 Sep 1869

B14. Robert PEARCE, Alderman of Berkeley, 25 Dec 1865, 86, 1779
Anna, wife, 12 Dec 1844, 68, 1776

B15. John KENCH of Berkeley, 3 Dec 1846, 36, 1778


The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 4/5th January 2002. Entries supply name, date of death, age, and an estimated date of birth.
BERKELEY CEMETERY
C1. Peter CLARK, 1 Mar 1888, 65, 1823
Mary Sophia, 1 Feb 1894, 74, 1820

C2. William CLARK, 15 Nov 1882, 77, 1805
Elizabeth, 2 Jun 1892, 88, 1804
James, youngest son, 6 Apr 1910, 65, 1845

C3. Albert J. PRICE, 29 Mar 1946, 76, 1870.
He worked 38 yrs, for the Gloster & Channel Pilots
Lillian Mary, daughter, 11 Dec 1904, 8 months
Ellen Elizabeth, wife, 15 Apr 1950, 76, 1874

C4. Henry PULLEN, 27 Oct 1867, 29, 1838
Elizabeth, wife, 1 Sep 1916, 82, 1834
Henry Charles MRCBA, son, Killed in Action, 27 Apr 1915, 47, 1868
Eliz Jane, 28 Nov 1928, 63, 1865

C5. William CORNOCK, 3 Mar 1878, 86, 1792

C6. William Thomas PRICE of Wanswell,
Gloster & Channel Pilot, 19 Jan 1876, 66, 1810
Henry PRICE, Gloster Pilot [Water], 29 Apr 1886, 41, 1845
Hannah, wife of William, 15 Feb 1906, 84, 1822

C7. Ann TROTMAN, 23 May 1887, 84, 1803

C8. Thomas PRICE, 30 Dec 1902, 67, 1835, 32 yrs a Gloster Pilot (Water)
Sarah, wife, 7 Sep 1924, 87, 1837

C9. Arthur Trevor PRICE, 12 Aug 1856 - 12 Oct 1928

C10. James CULLIMORE of Swanley, 9 Nov 1887, 58, 1829
Sarah, wife, of Swanley, 13 Oct 1887, 59, 1825

C11. William E. CULLIMORE, 1888 - 1953
Elizabeth Kate CULLIMORE, 1886 - 1964

C12. Ellen PULLIN, 2 Sep 1933, 92, 1841
James PULLIN, 3 Oct 1909, 69, 1840
Rose PULLIN, 2 Oct 1917 85, 1832

C13. Eliza ROBINSON, 1846 - 1908, wife of Edgar of Goldelm !! Berkeley

C14. James SMITH, of Sharpness, 10 May 1882, 65, 1817
Emma, wife, 21 Aug 1918, 89, 1829

C15. John BLICK of Berkeley, 12 Nov 1860, 61, 1799
Charlotte, of Brookend, wife, 1 Apr 1889, 69, 1820
Rose, of Brookend, March 1892, [unable to read any more]

C16. John PRICE of Wanswell, 8 Dec 1872, 62, 1810
Hannah, wife, 24 Feb 1890, 83, 1807
Sarah, daughter, 25 Mar 1907, 64, 1843

C17. Charlotte GABB, 6 Feb 1899, 77, 1822
John GABB, husband, 18 Sep 1905, 89, 1816
Esau PURNELL, father of Charlotte GABB, 18 Apr 1876, 76, 1800

C18. Joseph SMITH of Kingshill Farm, Hinton 21 Dec 1872, 52, 1820
Sarah, wife, 10 Oct 1911, 89, 1822
Frederick Joseph, of Hinton, 9 Jan 1873, 23, 1850

C19. Jane BROWN, wife, 8 Apr 1906, 66, 1840
James BROWN, 5 Apr 1921, 84, 1771
Mary WORKMAN, of Imperial Mews, Cheltenham, 9 Apr 1906, 87, 1819

C20. Hester KING of New Park Farm (Hystfield) 13 Jun 1869, 63, 1806
William, 18 Apr 1884, 77, 1807
Hannah, widow, 28 Dec 1890, 76, 1814

C21. Maria Elizabeth BROWN, 29 Oct 1910, 56, 1854
Joseph, husband, 19 Apr 1933, 75, 1858
Caroline Brown, 2nd wife, 8 Mar 1956, 92, 1864

C22. Patience KING, wife, 4 Nov 1885, 69, 1816
Thomas 17 Oct 1886, 79, 1807

C23. Bertha CHAPPELL 11 May 1936, 42, 1894
William George, husband, 27 Mar 1964, 71, 1893

C24. Henry (Harry) HALE, Jan 1964, 70, 1894
Ellen (Topsy) Apr 1977, 67, 1910
Gloria (Joan) HALE, 1 May 1988, 50, 1938

C25. Marian WILTSHIRE, 23 Mar 1962, 69, 1843
Walter John WILTSHIRE, 7 Apr 1973, 77 1896

C26. Alice CHAPPELL, 10 Feb 1959, 68, 1891
(She died at home at Pedington Elm)
Husband Tom, who also died at the same place
[no other details, possible in same Grave]

C27. Ellen Mary BROWN, 7 Aug 1971, 62, 1909
Albert Edward BROWN, husband, 13 Sep 1987, 80, 1907

C28. Marian Edith KING of Wanswell, 1 May 1952, 73, 1879
John George KING, husband, 3 Feb 1954, 78, 1876

C29. Frances Adam KING, [7] Jan 1952, 77, 1875
Beatrice Mary KING, wife, 16 Jan 1965, 90, 1875

C30. Frederick BROWN, 18 Apr 1979, 78, 1901
Jessie May 10 Dec 1982, 84, 1898

C31. Thomas KING of Berkeley, 14 Mar 1910, 74, 1836
Susanna, wife, 25 Jan 1917, 83, 1834

C32. Richard Victor CORNOCK,
son of Richard & Annie CORNOCK of Sisons, nr Berkeley
9 Jul 1887 - 7 Jul 1901
Sarah Ann, wife of Richard, 21 Feb 1916, 62, 1853
Richard 14 Aug 1913, 61, 1852

C33. William NELMS of Pitbrook, 22 Feb 1895, 61, 1834
William HISLEN, 1 Jun 1902, 69, 1833

C34. Thomas BEARD, 9 Jun 1907, 53, 1854
Emily Maria, wife, 7 Oct 1924, 82, 1842
Millicent BEARD, 1886 - 1968

C35. Charles Nimrod Thomas LONG, 25 May 1912, 77, 1835
Mary, wife, 30 Nov 1922, 78, 1844

C36. Daniel LONG, 3 Feb 1886, 78, 1808
Charlotte, wife, 30 Nov 1892, 81, 1811

C37. Susan Mary Ann LONG, daughter of George & Sarah LONG
27 Mar 1875, 9 yrs, 1866
Sarah KNIGHT nee LONG, 16 Jan 1899, 94, 1805

C38. Lewis PRICE, Jan [1] 1837, 46, 1791
Ellen, daughter, and wife of George MITCHELL, 7 May 1912, 34, 1878
Mary Ann WILSON, wife, 2 May 1932, 85, 1847

C39. Reginald CORNOCK, 14 Apr 1931, 34, 1897
Myrtle J.P. CORNOCK, 26 Jul 1942, 47, 1895

C40. Ethel Matilda SMITH, wife of E.C. SMITH, 28 Jul 1973, 78, 1895,
daughter of Susan & William Thomas NELMS, reunited 1944

C41. William CLARKE, 26 Jul 1926, 64, 1862
Ellen Ann CLARK, 6 May 1953, 90, 1863

C42. Sarah Jane CULLIMORE, 30 Oct 1925, 52, 1873
Frank 31 Mar 1958, 82, 1876

C43. Mabel Fanny LONG, 31 May 1933, 82, 1851
Henry LONG (brother), 20 May 1931, 76, 1855
Elizabeth S. LONG, 3 Mar 1933, 88, 1845

C44. Harry NELMES of Newport nr Stone, Glos, 11 Nov 1920, 24, 1896
Charles NELMES, 21 Apr 1934, 70, 1864
Fanny NELMES, 23 Nov 1957, 80, 1877

C45. Henry SHIELD of Floodgate Farm, 17 Apr 1921, 82, 1839
Selina, 24 Dec 1920, 67, 1853

C46. George Frederick CULLIMORE, 28 Apr 1927, 72, 1855
Minnie CULLIMORE, wife, 28 Oct 1931, 69, 1862

C47. Elizabeth PRICE, wife of Henry PRICE of Wanswell, 18 Apr 1929, 75, 1854
Henry, 8 Jan 1930, 79, 1851
Rosella Lyne [no other details!!]

C48. Roland Frederick WITHERS, 11 Apr 1983, 55, 1928
Barbara Joyce, 8 Oct 1999, 68, 1931

C49. Roger Arthur PULLIN, of Manor Farm, Purton, 7 Jun 1982, 64, 1918

C50. William John NELMES, 13 Nov 1980, 73, 1907

C51. William Joseph PULLIN, 3 Dec 1941, 63, 1878
Kate Victoria, wife, 16 Jan 1958, 78, 1880
Victor William PULLIN, husband of Rose, 27 Nov 1971, 53, 1918
Rose Gertrude, 18 Nov 1978, 57, 1918

C52. Henry Francis PEGLAR, 27 Jan 1952, 59, 1893
Doris Maria, 22 Oct 1981, 87, 1894
Maria ASHFORD, 24 Oct 1841, 72, 1869

C53. Jack TROTMAN, 17 Nov 1988, 82, 1906

C54. Yvonne NELMS, 2 Jul 1973, 60, 1913
wife of Elton George NELMS [no other details]

C55. John David DANIELS, 2 Aug 1984, 15, 1969

C56. William TUDOR, 20 Aug 1885 - 25 Jun 1973
Milicent TUDOR, 31 Mar 1904 - 26 Oct 1997

C57. Maggie Mary TROTMAN, 1 Apr 1959, 46, 1913
Clifford Charles TROTMAN, 26 Aug 1977, 67, 1910

C58. Frank LONG, 11 Jan 1962, 75
Eva Mary Cole LONG, 22 Jul 1966, 76, 1890

C59. Leonie Gwendoline Isabel TROTMAN, 25 Dec 1961, 65, 1896
William Henry TROTMAN, 5 Feb 1972, 75, 1897

C60. Olive Evelyn NELMES, 16 Jan 1975, 60, 1913
Francis Jack NELMES, 6 Apr 1991, 80, 1911

C61. Ernest George TROTMAN, 13 Jun 1998, 84, 1914

C62. Victor HEWER, 1930- 1997

C63. Nelson NASH, 23 Feb 1996, 84, 1912
Ethel Edith NASH, 4 Jul 1998, 84, 1914

C64. Patrick John NELM[E]S, 22 Apr 1913 - 27 Apr 1970

C65. Hartley NASH, 27 Nov 1966, 76, 1890
Lillian Amy NASH, 11 Feb 1971, 65, 1906

C66. Austin PRATT, 1977

C67. Lucy Elizabeth PRICE, 1900 - 1973

C68. Henry George LONG, 24 May 1931, 64, 1867
Florence Ida LONG, 1 Feb 1932, 58, 1874

C69. Claribel SMITH, 4 Jan 1946, 65, 1881
Egbert Adolphus SMITH, 11 Nov 1962, 84, 1878

C70. Ellen SMITH, 12 Jul 1946, 61, 1885
Joseph, 11 Jun 1968, 86, 1882
Vernon, son, 13 Jan 1978, 65, 1913

C71. Frederick Timothy Tratman PARSLOW, 19 Sep 1946, 71, 1875
Blanche, 28 Feb 1955, 69, 1886

C72. Mabel SMITH, 26 Feb 1947 (no age given)
Alexander D. SMITH, 17 Apr 1960, 81, 1879

C73. Dorothy SMITH, 22 Nov 1943, 47, 1896
Husband Ted C. SMITH [no other details]

C74. D.W. SMITH, Royal Air Force, Sergeant 1837100 U/T Air Gunner
17 May 1944, 19, 1925
Matilda, mother, 18 Jul 1942, 49, 1893

C75. David Charles SMITH, 17 Jan 1980, 77, 1903
Doris Emily 18 Jan 1995, 94, 1901

C76. William John SMITH, 30 Aug 1882, 66 1916
Jack TROTMAN, 17 Nov 1988, 82, 1906

C77. Peter Robert SMITH, 16 May 1984, 55, 1929

C78. Kathleen SMITH, 1962 - 1983, Grand daughter to Eva & Stanley
Eva COOPER, 1910 - 1976, 66
Stanley, 1910 - 1976, 66

C79. Florence CROSS, 12 May 1883 - 7 Jun 1971
Frederick BEARD, 5 Dec 1888 - 3 Mar 1942

C80. Gwendoline Mary, wife of Frederick TANNER, 1891 - 1952
Ellis Paul GEORGE, husband of Avril, 1902 - 1975
Rowland David GEORGE, husband of Hon. Sylvia Norton,
of Hampsden, Oxfordshire 1905 - 1997

C81. Mary Ellen SMITH, 2 Feb 1945, 80, 1865
William Henry, husband, 13 Dec 1913, 51, 1962
Gladys Ellen, 18 Mar 1911, 23, 1888

C82. Lawrence Gilbert CLUTTERBUCK, 12 June 1982 [no age given]
Joan CLUTTERBUCK, 19 Jun 1988, 79, 1909

C83. Charles SMITH, 1922 - 1977

C84. Thomas NICHOLLS of Purton, 19 Dec 1898, 77, 1821
Eliza, 2 Jul 1866, 35, 1831

C85. James SAVAGE, 17 Jun 1871, 84, 1781

C86. John Whitfield GODFREY, 12 Apr 1854 - 10 Jul 1868
Mary Elizabeth 27 Dec 1867 - 15 Jul 1874
Isaac, 8 Nov 1891, 67, 1824

C87. John Kingsley JONES, of Carthmyl, Mon, 3 Mar 1904, 61, 1843
45 yrs Faithfull Servant to Mrs HUMPHRIES of Carthymyl Hall
[Ed: No Carthmyl in MON - could it be Garthmyl in MGY?]

C88. Mary Ann PRICE, wife of Reuben, 5 May 1897, 48, 1849

C89. Henry MURPHY, late, Sgt Major of the Berkeley Squadron
R.C.H. (could be R.G.H.) 12 Dec 1875, 73, 1802
Sarah, 5 Aug 1834, 79, 1755

C90. Sarah CARY of Hamfield Farm, Berkeley, 18 Apr 1876, 62, 1814
John, 12 Oct 1893, 81, 1812
Joseph, son, 9 May 1890, 38, 1852

C91. Stephen JENNER, died at Heathfield 9 Oct 1881, 87, 1794
Mary, 4 Apr 1874, 72, 1802
Mary, daughter of Stephen & Mary, 16 May 1898, 56, 1842
[Note: Stephen JENNER was the grand-son of Henry, brother of Dr. Edward JENNER of Berkeley]

C92. Susan ROTHERS, 10 Mar 1887, 85, 1802
Leonora Leonard GILLATT, 92, also,
Leonora PHILLIPS, 9 Aug 1949, 48, 1901

C93. Henry LAWRENCE of Court House, Oldbury on Severn, 13 Feb 1908, 80, 1828
Sister, Emily of Newton, Thornbury, niece of above, 1 Jan 1920, 64, 1856
Elizabeth TAYLER, 29 Aug 1935, 82, 1853

C94. Edward HARDY, 7 Apr 1822 - 10 Jan 1888
Jane, wife, 27 Oct 1904, 72, 1832

C95. Jane MILLS of Bevington, 31 Jul 1884, 56, 1828
John, 11 Nov 1895, 77, 1818

C96. Richard FORD, 17 Jun 1891, 85, 1806
James A. FORD, 5 Dec 1882, 4yrs & 10 months 1877
Henry Richard FORD, 7 Jan 1883, 2yrs & 9 months 1880
Betha, 7 May 1889, 73, 1816
William, 28 Apr 1970, 85, 1885
Children of Archibald & Annie FORD and Grand sons of above

C97. Cornelius J. MULDER, eldest son of Capt, J.B. MULDER of New Petala,
Holland, 6 Feb 1876, 23, 1853

C98. Harriet Rebekah (Hattie) TANNER of Wanswell, 27 Feb 1917, 55, 1862
Joseph, husband, 25 Nov 1919, 64, 1855, Gloster Pilot
Ralph Joseph, son, 3 Apr 1955, 72, 1883
Clarissa Ilma, wife of Ralph, 28 Nov 1980, 100, 1880

C99. James Davis SMITH, of Halmore, 21 Apr 1923, 65, 1858
Emma, 27 Aug 1943, 83, 1860

C100. Charles SMITH of Oakhunger, 6 Mar 1873, 33, 1840

C101. Ruth SMITH, 17 Jun 1908, 77, 1831
Richard Warren SMITH, 4 Sep 1897, 72, 1825

C102. Alfred Gough BRAIN, 8 Nov 1918, 53, 1866
Sarah Ann, 13 Dec 1952, 85, 1867

C103. Henry PULLEN, 22 Oct 1867, 29, 1838
Elizabeth, 1 Sep 1916, 82, 1834
Henry Charles

C104. Henry SMITH, 7 May 1932, 85, 1847
Helen SMITH, 24 Jan 1941, 95, 1846

C105. Sophia TAYLER, widow of late John CLUTTERBUCK, 13 Feb 1910, 82, 1828
John CLUTTERBUCK of Bucketts Hill Farm, Berkeley, 4 May 1897, 78, 1819

C106. Thomas CLUTTERBUCK of Chast House, Kingswood, 8 Apr 1884, 62, 1822
Elizabeth, wife, 31 Dec 1903, 79, 1824

C107. William CULLIMORE, 1888 - 1953
Eliz Kate, 1886 - 1964

C108. George Frederick CULLIMORE, 28 Apr 1927, 72, 1855
Minnis, wife, 28 Oct 1951, 69, 1882

C109. Elizabeth MANN, 10 Sep 1935, 72, 1863
Albert Joseph MANN, 23 Feb 1956, 95, 1861

C110. William Augustin CLUTTERBUCK, of Rookery Farm, Wanswell, 30 Nov 1935, 56, 1879
Daisy Mabel CLUTTERBUCK, 5 Apr 1966, 83, 1883

C111. Frank Ernest SMITH, 12 Jan 1938, 43, 1895
Edith Maud, 18 Dec 1989, 97, 1892

C112. Charles Leonard CLUTTERBUCK, 2 Oct 1936, 73, 1863

C113. Eliza Jane SEALEY of Severn House, 4 Nov 1931, 74, 1857
William, 27 Aug 1942, 86, 1850

C114. Sarah Kate PEAD, 12 Mar 1945, 74, 1871
Kathleen Elizabeth, (sister) 31 Mar 1969, 56, 1913

C115. William John SEALEY, 3 Jun 1986, 68, 1918
Betty Kathleen 18 Sep 1987, 60, 1927

C116. Walter MILES, 10 Jul 1927, 59, 1868
Amy, 27 Nov 1971, 100, 1871

C117. George William BUTCHER, of the Gloucestershire Regiment,
died at Fingerhoe, Essex 27 Aug 1946, 21, 1925
William George Henry BUTCHER (father), 9 May 1970, 84, 1886
Nora, 12 Jun 1982, 92, 1890

C118. Robert TROUGHTON, 16 Feb 1936, 66, 1870
Lucy, 20 Jan 1958, 66, 1892

C119. J.W. WINDOW, 13 Aug 1934, 68, 1866

C120. Annie M. ROWBERRY, 2 Feb 1968, 58, 1900
Edmund Alister ROWBERRY, 19 Feb 1973, 67, 1906

C121. William HEAVEN, 14 Mar 1958, 61, 1897
Phyllis Ceceila HEAVEN, 21 Nov 1981, 81, 1900

C122. James TIMBRELL, 9 Apr 1955, 85, 1870
Eva TIMBRELL, 11 Sep 1956, 83, 1873

C123. John James TIMBRELL, 26 Oct 1963, 79, 1884
Ethel Emily, 7 May 1955, 70, 1885

C124. Patrick John HAUGH, born in Castlebar, Co. Mayo, Ireland,
died 11 Apr 1992, 55, 1937
He left behind, a wife, & 5 sons, no daughters

C125. Edward Joseph WEBB, 3 Aug 1960, 49, 1911
Brian Keith, son, 29 Jun 1973, 31, 1942

C126. Queenie WEBB, 9 Mar 1984, 82, 1902
Bill, 19 Aug 1984, 81, 1903
Alice DOLBY, 28 Jul 1948, 88, 1861

C127. Henry John (Jack) PORTLOCK, 17 Jan 1955, 64, 1891
Doris Maria 10 Oct 1949, 51, 1898

C128. Richard Gabriel FORD, 6 Aug 1967, 25, 1942

C129. Alan George NURSAW, 27 Mar 1984, 71, 1913

C130. William John NELMES, 13 Nov 1980, 73, 1907

C131. Sidney BYE, 2 Sep 1941, 64, 1877
Emily, 27 Jul 1964, 92, 1872

C132. Frederick Albert STINCHCOMBE, 31 May 1944, 65, 1879
Florence Maud, wife, 1 Jul 1964, 90, 1874

C133. Frederick Stanley CULLIMORE, 9 Oct 1967, 75, 1892
Annie, 24 Jun 1908, 85, 1895,
Victor Frederick, 19 Dec 1997, 78, 1919

C134. Edith BRITTON, 16 Jul 1970, 64, 1906

C135. Harold SMITH, 28 Sep 1965, 57, 1908

C136. Harry Robert SMITH, 27 Jul 1965, 65, 1900
Iris Irma 19 Nov 1999, 95, 1904

C137. Norah NELMES, 2 Jul 1964, 78, 1886
Albert Eli, 1 Jan 1966, 82, 1884

C138. Patricia Ann CLUTTERBUCK, 14 Apr 1998, 62, 1936
Pearce, 14 Apr 2000, 62, 1938

C139. George Davis SMITH, 1893 - 1981
Doris Elizabeth, 1903 - 1983

C140. Beatrice Alice SMITH, 12 Jun 1960, 72, 1888
Clifford, 11 Aug 1973, 58, 1915

C141. Clarice Annie SMITH, 20 Feb 1962, 68, 1894
William John, 15 Jan 1973, 82, 1891

C142. Isaac NELMES, 17 Dec 1951, 62, 1889
Ellen NELMES, 3 Dec 1982, 92, 1890

C143. Albert Henry (Bert) MANN, 1 Feb 1952, 63, 1889
Hilda Harriet, 9 Sep 1976, 87 1889

C144. Winifred Gladys MANN, 12 Apr 1917 - 19 Dec 1984
Thomas Leslie, 30 Dec 1915 - 17 Jan 1985

C145. Velma Kathleen SMITH, 6 Jan 1956, 30, 1926

C146. Bethiah (Ballie) Mary FORD, 3 Mar 1954, 60, 1894
Annie Lavina, 30 Nov 1971, 89, 1882
Archibald, 3 Dec 1976, 80, 1896

C147. William REYNOLDS, 24 Feb 1954, 80, 1874

C148. Thomas PORTLOCK, 30 Nov 1948, 71, 1877
Emily, 10 Jul 1972, 93, 1879
Florence Emily PORTLOCK, 2 Aug 1910, 6 yrs 1904

C149. John GAZARD, 21 Mar 1911, 78, 1833
Mary Ann, 10 Oct 1921, 85, 1836

C150. Zebedee George BACON of Wanswell Court, 27 Dec 1910, 66, 1844

C151. Harriett PEGLAR, 13 Jul 1912, 47, 1865
George, 24 Mar 1920, 36, 1884

C152. Robert Albert MILLS of Purton, 9 Nov 1912, 57, 1855
Annie 25 May 1913, 58, 1855
Elton Robert, youngest son Killed in Action 17 Sep 1916, 26, France, 1890
At Rest in New Cemetery, Amiens, France

C153. Thomas Alfred BICK, 9 Jan 1940, 62, 1878
Edith Mary, 17 Sep 1954, 76, 1878

C154. Harry A.J. FORD, 3 Feb 1922, 9yrs, 11 months, 1919
Samuel, 23 Nov 1965, 79, 1886
Lilian Ann, 2 Jan 1976, 92, 1884

C155. Timothy HADLY, 9 Jul 1894, 66, 1828
Mary of Middleton House, Berkeley, 9 Sep 1882, 67, 1815

C156. Alfred HODDER of Purton, 19 Dec 1894, 38, 1856

C157. George ANDREWS, 9 Jan 1879, 58, 1821
Mary Ann, 23 Oct 1882, 66, 1816

C158. William GASTON, of Hinton, 8 Jan 1870, 43, 1827

C159. Eliza NELMES of Pittbrook, 22 Feb 1895, 61, 1834
William, husband, 11 Jun 1902, 69, 1833

C160. Charlotte NICHOLLS of Berkeley, 27 May 1895, 63, 1832
George NICHOLLS, 22 Oct 1902, 76, 1826
Mary, daughter, 29 Oct 1922, 63, 1859

C161. Thomas Herbert PICK, 28 Dec 1898, 38, 1860
Mary Eleanor, wife, 21 Apr 1913, 53, 1860

C162. Fanny Maria BICK, 9 Feb 1905, 48, 1857
John, 16 Jun 1817, 72, 1745

C163. Maud Mary KING, 7 Aug 1918, 49, 1869


The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 26th April 2002. Entries supply name, date of death, age, and an estimated date of birth.
BERKELEY CEMETERY
D1. John GAZZARD, of Sanigar,
11 Feb 1904, 61, 1843
James Herbert, brother, 17 Feb 1913, 59, 1854
Ann, sister, 15 Jan 1926, 81, 1845

D2. James NICHOLLS, 31 May 1907, 53, 1854
Fanny, 8 May 1924, 64, 1860
Charles, son, 21 Feb 1917, 36, 1881

D3. Henry GAZARD, 9 Aug 1876, 74, 1802
Hester, July 1879, 80, 1799
Henry, son, 1 Mar 1915, 84

D4. Harry BARRETT, of Brookend, 4 May 1875, 81, 1794
Elizabeth Constance, 5 Feb 1870, 7 weeks

D5. Elizabeth BARRETT, of Halmore, 16 Feb 1898, 70, 1828
Thomas, son, 12 June 1884, 39, 1845

D6. Amanda ALDRIDGE, wife of Ambrose,
69 June 1890, 23, 1867

D7. Fanny BARRETT, 21 Sept 1907, 56, 1851
Lionell, 8 Mar 1965, 78, 1887
Clara, 17 June 1976, 80, 1896

D8. Francis SMITH, 6 June 1875, 29, 1846
Anna Maria, daughter of John COOK,
niece of above, 1874 - 1918
Hannah, widow of above, 12 Aug 1924, 82, 1842

D9. Francis George SMITH,
26 Dec 1876 - 10 Jan 1897, died at sea
Amy SMITH
13 July 1873 - 4 May 1907
son & daughter, above, of George & Elizabeth SMITH
of Brookend
George, 28 Oct 1909, 70, 1839
Elizabeth, 15 April 1923, 86, 1837

D10. Alice BATEMAN, born at Folkston, Kent
died at Gloster, 28 Jan 1882, 74, 1808


The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 7th October 2002. Entries supply name, date of death, and age.
ST MARY'S CHURCHYARD
E1. William LUTHER of Mobbley, 13 Feb 1844, 37

E2. Mary, w/o Thomas Pearce BAILEY, of Wallgaston, Berkeley, (Glos),
15 Jan 1905, 60

E3. William BAILEY, late of Wallgaston, Yeoman,
12 Dec 1950, 72
Sarah, w, 3 Sept 18**, 56
Joseph BAILEY, of Abwell House, 4 Feb 1960, 66
Henry BAILEY, of Wallgaston, 26 April 1972, 75
Mary Ann, w, died at Wallgaston, 20 Oct 1859, 57
Sarah Ann, daughter & wife of James Henry DUNLEE
Farm, Grittleton, Wilts, 31 Dec 1834, 24
[Auth: Not sure if it is Dunllee Farm, or James Henry DUNLEE]
[Ed: There are East- and West- Dunley Farms on the map,
but there seems to be some mis-match in centuries?]


E4. William Joyner ELLIS, of Wickslem House, 7 July 1855, 62
Susan Elizabeth of Berkeley, 2 April 1870, 78

E5. John FRYER of Ham, of this parish, 21 Aug 1817, 72
J.F. 1847
C.F. 1840
CAAST, J.T. 1862

E6. Henry TAYLER, of Purton, 11 April 1840, 55
Hannah, w, 12 Nov 1794, 39
John, s, 29 Oct 1806, 26
James TAYLER of Purton, 15 June 1844, 67
Sophia, w, 10 Jan 1825, 64
Mary Sophia, w/o John Pearce POPE, of Luggs Farm
26 March 1850, 20
John, s/o James & Sarah TAYLER, of Purton
2 March 1815, 90
James, s, 19 May 1815, 15

E7. James COLE of Pedington, Yeoman,
s/o James & Catherine, 26 Sept 1798, 60
Robert COLE, s, 3 Dec 1881, 79

E8. Thomas PEARCE, 25 Feb 1665, 77
He was five times Mayor of this town

E9. Here lies the Earl of Suffolk's Fool
men call him Dicky Pearce
His Folly serv'd to make Folks laugh
when Wit & Mirth were scarce
Poor Dick Alas is dead & gone what signifies to cry
Dickys enough are still behind to laugh at by & by
Buried XVIII, June MDCCXXVIII, aged LXIII, yrs
[Ed: 18 June 1728 aged 73 - surname PEARCE]


INSIDE THE CHURCH
F1. Robert GILES, 25 Nov 1861, 44
Rebecca, w, 28 Jan 1828, 29
Robert, s, 17 Jan 1847, 82

F2. William RAYMOND, youngest son of George RAYMOND
of Yate, 7 Oct 1736, 77
Mary, w, 19 Nov 1745, 76
Alex, s, 24 Dec 1787, 78
Gyles, s, 16 Oct 1775, 70
Elizabeth, d/o Christopher RAYMOND,
16 Sept 1786, 60

F3. Mary, w/o John TRATMAN, of Breadstone,
24 June 1826, 39
John TRATMAN, 17 May 1844, 64
Mary Ann, daughter & widow of Nicholas CORNOCK,
26 March 1885, 70

F4. Sarah SMITH, of Heathfield, 9 Dec 1764, 77

F5. Miss Charlotte PARRY of Cheltenham, died at Newport, Glos,
on her way from Bristol, 21 April 1771, 43

F6. John WILKIE, Gent of Donnington, Northumberland,
Who returned from Bristol, died at Newport, this parish,
12 Dec 1785, 28
[Ed: possibly Dinnington - there is no Donnington in NBL!]

F7. Lloyd JONES, of Trinity College, Cambridge,
s/o Lloyd John JONES, late of Montgomeryshire,
died at Newport, Glos, returning from Bristol,
22 Jan 1791, 18

F8. Francis IAYE of this parish, Gent
15 March 1736, 70
Elizabeth, w, 11 June 1709, 40
Jane, d, 18 March 1736
Charles, eldest son, 1692, infancy
Charles IAYE, Gent, brother of Francis
8 Nov 1707, 46
Ann, d, 18 March 1736

F9. Francis IAYE, Gent, 2nd s/o Francis,
25 Nov 1714, 23
Thomas, son, died in December following the 7th year of his age
Charles IAYE, Gent, surviving son of Francis, was Steward to
James, Earl of Berkeley, died in London, and was buried
in the Chapel in Broadway, West Ham, 6 Nov 1725, 25

F10. Charles IAYE, sometime of Durking [Dorking] in the County of Surrey
And was of this parish of Berkeley, a Gent
Died in the County of Southhampton, 6 July 1657
Francis, s, buried, 2 Nov 1685, 52
Martha, w, 9 Jan 1713, 74
Elizabeth, d, March 1772

F11. Jane CAM, of Stockhouse, Berkeley, 6 Dec 1920
In memory of brother & sisters, John, Mary & Hester HICKS

F12. George Harold MATTHEWS, Lt, 2nd Bn of the Gloucestershire Regt, M.I.
2nd son of T.C. MATTHEWS of Newport Towers, Berkeley
30 May 1900, of wounds received in action at Kaheis, S.A.
two days previously, aged 22

F13. Thomas Parnell PARNELL, s/o late John Griffin & Burnetta, wife
Late of Port Berry House, Somerset, MA, Christ Church, Oxford,
JP, for Gloucestershire, 1 Feb 1914, 54
[We have a Photograph of the PARNELL Memorials]

F14. John Atherton PARNELL, 1st Bn of the Gloucestershire Regt,
s/o Thomas Parnell PARNELL & Edith Mary, died 8 Sept 1916, 21
and buried at the British Cemetery, Bazentine

Author's Note: On the 28th August 2002, I, Alf Beard was visiting the graves
of two of my Grt Uncles Leonard BEARD & Frederick TUDOR
(both of whom served with the Gloucestershire Regt)
at Flatiron Copse, Bazentine when I came
across the grave for John Atherton Parnell PARNELL.
I read the Remembrance Book and noted the following:

PARNELL PARNELL
John Atherton Parnell PARNELL
1st Bn of the Gloucestershire Regt, Killed in Action
at High Wood, 8 October 1916, aged 21, son of
Edith Mary Parnell PARNELL of 1 Aubrey Rd, Kensington, London
& Thomas Parnell PARNELL M.A. (Oxon) Ch., Barrister at Law - Inner Temple
of Berkeley Glos, Educated at Winchester & Magdalen College, Oxford


Latest Additions New
ST MARY'S CHURCHYARD
The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 17th June 2004. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
G1. Thomas PEIRCE Tomb
[beside the entrance to the Church on the North Side]
Here Resteth the body of
Thomas PEARCE who was five times
Mayor of this towne who deceased
25 Of Feb 1665, 77
Here Lyeth Thomas PEIRCE whom no man taught
Yet he in fron [Iron] Braffe [Brasse] and Silver wrought
He jacks and Clocks, and watches (with Art) made
And mended too when others work did fade of Berkeley
Frue tymes Major this Artist was and Yet this Major this
Artist was but Grasse when he owne watch was Downe on
The laft Day He that made watches had not made A Key to
Wind it Vp but Vfelesse it must lie Vntill he Rise AGaine
no more to die

INSIDE THE CHURCH
H1. Tablet on South Wall
Near this place lyeth the body
William RAYMOND, Gent,
Youngeft son of George RAYMOND
Of Yeat in this County, Efqr who
Died Octbr 7th 1736 Aetat 71
And alfo of Mary his wife who died
Novr 19th 1745, Aetat 76
Alex their son died Decr 24th
1787 aged 78 years
Gyles their son Octr 16th 1775
aged 70 years
Elizabeth daughter of
Christopher RAYMOND
obt 16th Septr 1786 aged 60

H2. Tablet on South Wall
Underneath lie the remains of
William SMITH, Gent of this
Town, who departed this life
The 12th day of May 1833 aged 72 years
Also of George SMITH, Gent
Late Alderman of this town
Who died November 24th 1833
Aged 78
"Happy are they who die in the Lord"

H3. Tablet on South Wall
In memory of
William Joyner ELLIS Esqr
Of Wickselme House, Clerk of the Peace
And one of the Coroners for this County,
Who died on the 7th day of July 1855 aged 62 tears
Also of
Susan Elizabeth, his wife
Who died on the 22nd day of April 1870 aged 78 years
This Tablet is erected by their nephews and nieces
As an affectionate tribute to their memory

H4. William Joyner ELLIS, Esq
only one the Coroners for this county,
24th Jan 1823, 75
Sarah, w, 6 April 1840, 95

H5. Near the place are the remains of
Nicholas DAVIDGE of this town
1 April 1782, 78 [will recheck this date]
Rebecca, w, 16 Dec 1787, 82
Ann d, 15 Aug 1775, 15
George Nicholas s/o
George & Sarah DAVIDGE, 1 Nov 1781
George DAVIDGE of this town, 11 Feb 1833, 76
Sarah, his wife, 9 Feb 1819, 69

H6. This tablet is erected to record
The many virtues of a great usefulness of
Miss Sarah MERRETT of this town who lived
Highly respected and died much regretted
22 Dec 1855

H7. Tablet on South Wall
This Tablet is erected as a small but
Sincere tribute of affection to the
Memory of
Edward SIDNEY of Petty France
In the County who departed this life
17th September 1838 aged 54
Mary SIDNEY, widow of the above
Named Edward SIDNEY, died at Clifton
March 15th 1870, aged 80
And is buried in the ground attached to this church

H8. Tablet on South Wall
Sacred to the memory of
Eliza, wife of William SMITH
Of this town, Alderman who
Departed this life 10th October
1853, aged 42 years
Her children arise up and call her
Blessed; her husband also, and he
Praiseth her
Also of Harriet Ellen, their daughter
Who died 23rd November 1855, aged 5 years
Also of the said William SMITH
Who died May 22nd 1872, aged 69 years

H9. In the floor in the Chancel
Hie jacet
Guliellmus HOPTON Armiger,
Stirpe et moribus vere' generosus
Amicorum

H10. In the floor in the Chancel
Near this place lyeth the body of
John HOPTON of Littleton upon Severne
in this County Efqr
Who departed this life A.D. 1681
Alfo the body of Anne his wife
Died December A.D. 17193
Alfo ye body of William HOPTON Efsq
Son of ye said John died in April
A.D. 1713
Here alfo the body of John HOPTON
Efsqr, son, of ye said John who departed
This life March ye 15th A.D. 1727 aged 48

H11. Tablet on South Wall
In memory of
Lieut, Frederick HICKES
Of the 2nd Bombay European Light Infantry
Eldest son of the late Lieut Colonel Frederick HICKES, H.E.I.C.S.
Who died at Kurrachee, in Lower Scinde on the 20th October 1856
Aged 28

H12. Tablet South Wall
John Harvey OLLNEY
Lieutenant Colonel of the South Gloucester Militia
By Will dated 3rd January 1836, gave to the Town
Of Berkeley the sum of 300 to be paid in six Months
After the decease of his Wife and to be then invested in
Names of the Vicar and Churchwarden the Interest and
Annual produce to be laid out in the purchase of Coals
And Blankets to be distributed at Christmas annually
To such poor deserving persons in Berkeley as the
Vicar and Churchwarden shall select.
This legacy became payable in July 1839, and was then
Invested in the purchase of 324l, 6s, 6d three per cent
Consols which now stand in the joint names of
Revd John Seton KARR, Vicar
Mt Timothy TRATMAN, Churchwarden

H13. On South Wall
This monument is erected as a tribute of conjugal affection
To Mary, wife of John TRATMAN of Breadstone
24 June 1826, 39
John TRATMAN, 17 May 1844, 64
Mary Ann, daughter, and widow of Nicholas CORNOCK
26 March 1883, 70

H14. On South Wall
Elizabeth SMETHYMAN wife of Roland
And daughter Mr William JENKINS
At The Stock, who is buried here June 1739, 27

H15. Tablet on South Wall
Lieutenant Colonel Frederick HICKES
eldest son of Thomas HICKES Esqr of Berkeley
Commanding 2nd Regt of Grenadiers in the service of
The Honourable The East India Company in the Bombay Presidency
He fell wounded by a cannon shot whilst leading on the brigade He
Commanded to the attack of the Hill Fort of Punella, in the district of Kolapore
on the 27th day of November 1844 aged 57 years. To the inexpressible grief of
his affectionately attached children and relatives, t
His Military Career extended over 40 years of active service in India
and the despatches of the several commanders under whom he served as well as
the repeated honourable mention of his name in General Orders of the Army
Attest the gallantry of his conduct and the zealous discharge of
The duties of his important command
He possessed in an eminent degree a most amiable and kind disposition and
was beloved and lamented by all who had the happiness of knowing him
The Officers of his regiment earnestly desirous of testifying their
admiration of his many virtues and of evincing their sincere regard
and affection for his memory have erected this monument
He lived and honour to an honourable profession,
and he died the death of the righteous and the brave.

H16. Tablet on South Wall
Lieut, Thomas William HICKES
Of the 2nd Bombay Grenadiers, acting Adjutant of
The 2nd Regiment Scinde Irregular Horse.

Second son of the late Lieut Colonel Frederick HICKES, H.E.I.C.S
Who died at Jacobad, Upper Scinde, on the 28th October 1857, aged 26

H17. Tablet on South Wall
John Heathfied HICKES. M.D
of Pedington in this parish
Died 10th July 1808, 57
The confidence of those of his own profession
who could best appreciate his skill, bore
testimony to his merit as a Physician
[T]he gentlemanly manners, his good sense:
But above all, his upright mind, secured him to
love and esteem of his friends
The real universal sorrow which attended his
funeral expressed the public loss of this neighbourhood
But the private loss sustained by his family of a Master,
a Father, a Husband, is known only to her
Who with never ceasing regret erects this Tablet to his memory

H18. Tablet on West Wall
Sacred be the memento of filial affection
Erected to the memory of Robert GILES
Who died Nov 23rd 1801, aged 44 years
Also Rebecca GILES his wife who died
Janr 28th 1828, aged 79 years
Also of Robert GILES, son of the above named
Robert and Rebecca GILES who died the
Third day of Jan 1847, aged 62 years

H19. Stone in floor near to West Door
Here lyeth the body of Richard ARCHER
Of Green Street who deceased Novem the 5
Ano Do 1665
His six sons and one daughter leying near
To him whose names follows, Richard,
Thomas, and William, John, William, John
And Katherine

H20. The Revd Jonathan Lett STACKHOUSE, M.A.
Curate in charge of this parish from 1871 - 1883,
And Vicar from 1884-1907
also Honorary Canon of Gloucester,
13 April 1907, 73

H21. Anthony WILTSHIRE, Gent of Newport,
17 Jan 1819, 83
Betty, w, & d/o John & Elizabeth PEARCE,
late Chick Green 18 Sep 1797, 54

H22. Mary Ann, wife of Timothy TRATMAN,
21 July 1804-1 Aug 1845
Sophia, 15 Dec 1832 - 19 Feb 1834
Caroline TRATMAN, 21 April 1830 - 14 Dec 1836
T.J.C.K. TRATMAN, 19 April 1838 - 27 Nov 1848
Timothy TRATMAN 27 Oct 1790 - 13 Dec 1869

H23. John Pearce POPE, Gent.
of Luggs Farm, this parish, 28 Aug 1833, 45

H24. William WILKWRIGHT, Solicitor,
Died at Liverpool, 20 April 1844, 30

H25. Thomas PEARCE, 20 Aug 1818, 63
Hesther, spinster, 7 Feb 1840, 74

H26. Thomas HICKES, of Pedington,
This parish, Gent, 9 Feb 1746, 52
Ruth, w, 6 Dec 1772, 83

H27. George Harold MATTHEWS,
2nd Lieut Gloucestershire Regiment, M.I.
2nd son of T.G MATTHEWS J.P,
of Newport Towers Berkeley,
15 May 1900, of wounds received in action
at Khes, South Africa to days previously, aged 22

H28. Nicholas HICKES, Esq 9 Mar 1798, 75
Elizabeth, w, 1 Nov 1799, 77

H29. Susannah, w/o Thomas HICKES,
Of this town 26 April 1847, ** (8)
Thomas HICKES, 15 July 1842, 92

H30. Hannah, w/o John JOYNER,
Of this town, 1 Oct 1779, 69
John JOYNER, 15 Jan 1781, 62
Hannah JOYNER, spinster, 19 Jan 1822, 73

H31. Harriet, w/o Lieut William BAILEY, R.N.
Of Abwell this parish, and d/o the late
William Joyner ELLIS, Esq 17 March 1850, 63
Lieut William BAILEY, R.N, eldest son of
William BAILEY, 17 Jan 1851, 64
Lieut Thomas BAILEY, Royal Marines,
2nd son of Adrian BAILEY died at
Abwell, 16 Aug 1830, 42

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