Some Memorial Inscriptions - Brimpsfield, Gloucestershire
St Michael's Churchyard

Latest Additions New 18th May 2009 [collected 24 Dec 2008]
War Memorial

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 21st April 2004. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
A1. Edward infant s/o J.A. PHELPS, A.M.,
Rector of this parish, and Mary Ann his wife,
22 July 1817

A2. Hannah, w/o Robert White WINNING,
26 Jan 1868, 54
Eliza, 2nd, w, 27 Sept 1881, 54

A3. Joseph WINNING,
Of Stoneyhill this parish, Yeoman,
31 Jan 1847, 73
Elizabeth, w, 24 May 1847, 75
John White, s/o Robert & Hannah WINNING,
Of this parish, 16 Jan 1859, 3yrs

A4. Richard, s/o Richard & Christine SADLER,
18 April 1862, 12 months

A5. Charlotte, w/o Richard SADLER,
Of this parish, 22 Aug 1826, 82

A6. Edward PALLING,
Of Caudle Green, Yeoman,
9 March 1836, 55
Ann, w, 29 May 1864, 88
In memory of the following children of
Edward & Ann PALLING, Yeoman,
Sarah, 7 March 1803, 6 months
Mary, 21 Dec 1807, 6 months
William, 24 June 1826, 16

A7. John PEACHEY,
Of Caudle Green, 10 May 1892, 70
Mary, w, 27 April 1882, 33
Robert, infant son, died an infant

A8. Elizabeth, d/o William & Mary Ann WILSON,
8 Dec 1886, 36

A9. William WILSON of this parish,
1 March 1884, 74
Mary Ann, w, 16 March 1887, 70

A10. George Young DYER,
Of Caudle Green, late of Throughamin,
In the parish of Bisley, 25 Aug 1857, 64

A11. John BIRD of Caudle Green,
16 Nov 1789, 82
Susannah, 1st wife, 28 Dec 1742, 42
Mary, 2nd wife, 15 July 1750, 34
Elizabeth, 3rd wife, 4 Jan 1775, 67
This plate was erected by Henry BIRD, eldest son

A12. Mary, w/o Henry BIRD,
Of Caudle Green, Yeoman,
d/o Mr John JONES, of Coopers Hill,
parish of Brockworth, Gent,
11 April 1803, 66
Henry BIRD, 16 Dec 1810, 78

A13. Mary Ann, eldest d/o John Biddle OCKWELL,
and Mary Ann, w, 7 June 1859, 16
Lucy Elizabeth, 2nd, and only surviving daughter,
5 Oct 1861, 16
Elizabeth HARPER of Caudle Green, 31 Aug 1878, 52
John Biddle OCKWELL of Caudle Green,
8 Sept 1864, 58
Mary Ann, w, 5 Feb 1873, 62
John, s, 1 Nov 1872, 26

A14. Richard OCKWELL, 3 May 1834, 63
Mary, w, 26 April 1836, 62
Mary Ann, d, 1 Nov 1810, 19 months
Jane Lucy, 15 Feb 1815, 1yr & 10 months

A15. Richard BIDDLE, of Caudle Green,
5 May 1814, 36
Ann, w, 9 April 1810, 78
Richard, s, 9 Sep 1809, 48

A16. Lucy PRICE,
Of Caudle Green, 21 May 1837, 81

A17. William BIRD of Caudle Green, Yeoman,
20 Feb 1794, 58
Mary, w, 15 Aug 1831, 97

A18. John BIRD, of Caudle Green,
27 July 1836, 71
Mary, w, 5 Feb 1851, 81

A19. Susanah, d/o John & Mary FEWINGS,
5 April 1831, 2yr & 6 months
Stephen William, s, 12 Oct 1860, 27

A20. Anthony SADLER,
Of Brimpsfield Park,
15 June 1866 - 27 July 1907
Emmie Blanch, w, 1 May 1952, 77
Cathleen Gertrude ROBERTS nee SADLER,
1907-1984
Leslie Layton ROBERTS,
1910 - 2000

A21. Clara Caroline WILLIS,
Of this parish, 3 July 1858 - 20 Oct 1937
George Harry WILLIS, h,
24 April 1865 -10 April 1946
Dorcy Mabel WILLIS, 2nd wife,
2 March 1882, - 14 Dec 1951
Philip Godfrey SALT, MA (Cantb)
14 Sept 1902 - 17 Jan 1941
Daphne SALT, w, 25 March 1898 - 11 Nov 1981
George Bertram WILLIS, 12 Nov 1888 - 25 July 1953
Doris WILLIS, 7 Aug 1892 - 17 Sept 1962,
d/o George Harry WILLIS

A22. William ARCHER, 7 March 1839, 62
Sarah, w, 6 July 1860, 75

A23. John LONG, of this county,
12 Feb 1842, 67

A24. Wooden Cross
William ELDRIDGE,
22 Sep 1839


Latest Additions New
The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 24th December 2008. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
B1. War Grave
Major William Henry DENNE, D.S.O
Bedford Regt, died 21 February 1917

B2. War Death
Henry HUNT of Caudle Green, 17 March 1915
Mary Emily, w, 2 December 1918
Sidney, s, killed in action, 14.4.1918, 20
Additional information added with permission of the CWGC.
Pte 70457, 95th Coy, Machine Gun Corps [Inf]
Buried at Merville Communal Cemetery, Extension, France

B3. War Grave
Pte 75058, Wilfred SEELY, West Yorkshire Regt
30 September 1919, 19

B4. Henry Charles LEWIS, 18 November 1924, 60
Emily, w, 18 December 1923, 65

B5. Janet Hutton, w/o James MACKINLAY
who died at Brimpsfield, 21 June 1899, 60
James MACKINLAY 17 October 1918, 78
Interred at Saltcoates, Scotland

B6. Henry GIBBINS, 9 June 1865, 55

B7. Mary, w/o Henry GIBBINS
of this parish, 25 February 1888, 60

B8. Mabel Alice GIBBINS, 7 August 1909, 14

B9. Eliza, w/o Richard ILES, 30 July 1896, 71
Richard ILES, above, 10 April 1909, 80

B10. John Rogers NEWMAN, 27 December 1858, 29
Sidney NEWMAN, 21 February 1860, 24
both of this parish
Emma NEWMAN, 14 June 1861, 29
of this parish

B11. Ann LONG, 12 January 1903, 82

B12. John PEACHY of Caudle Green
10 May 1892, 70
Mary, w, 27 April 1882, 53
also, Robert their infant son

B13. Lucy Elizabeth, d/o William & Mary Ann WILSON
8 December 1886, 35

B14. William WILSON of this parish
1 March 1884, 75
Mary Ann, w, 16 March 1887, 70

B15. Helen WHEELER, w/o Henry WHEELER
of Birdlip, 13 December 1906, 74

B16. Gertrude Norma WALL
8 May 1869 - 21 March 1922

B17. Louis Phillippe LARTHE
29 December 1908 - 17 September 1994

B18. Georgina SNOW, w/o Richard SNOW
of this parish, 15 April 1905, 66
Richard SNOW, 7 April 1908, 88

B19. Charles FEBERY, 19 March 1906, 82
Priscilla, w, 19 September 1905, 77
Ellen, d, 26 July 1881, 30

B20. Ann NEWCOMB, 12 September 1879, 58
John NEWCOMB, 8 April 1908, 89
John, s, 25 July 1883, 24
James HEWCOMB, 24 April 1928, 85
Sarah Ann NEWCOMB, 27 July 1935, 85

B21. Frederick EVANS of Caudle Green
12 September 1867 - 19 December 1924
Rebecca, w, 22 September 1867 - 26 January 1953
Gladys Mary, d, 4 July 1892 - 12 January 1935

B22. Richard COX, late of the parish of Stroud, Yeoman
30 November 1800, 74
Jane, w, 18 February 1807, 75

Separate Memorial, same Grave
Mary, w/o Edward HAYWARD of this parish, Yeoman
20 January 1801, 64

Separate Memorial, same Grave
Elizabeth FISHER, w/o Joshua FISHER, Currier
of the City of Glocester and d/o Richard & Jane COX
25 December 1809, 41
also their three infant children
Jane, 14 January 1803, 15 weeks
Louisa, 20 August 1804, 11 months
Ralph, 3 November 1805, 13 weeks
Joshua FISHER, above, 28 December 1845, 79
Simon Peter FISHER, 8 December 1841, 42
Mary FISHER, 19 December 1863, 63
Harriet FISHER, 1 October 1869, 73

Separate Memorial same Grave
Sarah FISHER, 29 June 1870, 78

B23. Jane, w/o Tho's WILKS [as inscribed]
of this parish, 14 June 1815, 84
Tho's WILKES [as inscribed]
of this parish, 29 March 1820, 79

B24. Hannah DRIVER, 6 May 1914, 91
William DRIVER, 13 June 1919, 65
Ruth DRIVER, sister of above
21 July 1927, 74

B25. Ella Lily MUTLOW, 13 April 1910, 27
John Edward MUTLOW, father
21 January 1914, 75
Lucy Anne MUTLOW, 23 April 1934, 85


ROLL OF HONOUR - INSIDE THE CHURCH
C1.
Roll of Honour[Left Panel]
BERRY, ArthurPrivate:1st Life Guards
BOLTON, ThomasPrivate:10th Glos:
CRIPPS, JessePrivate:A.S.C.
CRIPPS, PercyPrivate:A.S.C.
DENNE, A.Lt:Col:Indian Army.
DELDERFIELD, Fred:Private:Manchesters
DRIVER, GeorgePrivate:Glos:
DRIVER, HarryCorporal: 
EVANS, Fredk. JohnPrivate:M.G.C.
ELDRIDGE, WilliamSargeant:11th Glos: att: Ox: & Bucks L.T.
FREEMAN, AlbertPrivate:1st Life Guards.
HUNT, RolandPrivate:10th Glos:
HUNT, ErnestPrivate:A.S.C.
HUNT, ArthurL/Cpl:2nd Staffs:
HARRIS, WilliamCorporal9th Glos:
HOLTHAM, FrederickPrivate:Glos:
ILES, Albert:Private:15th Hussars
LITTLE, GeorgePrivate:A.S.C.
MILLS, HerbertPrivate:1st Glos:
MILLS, WilliamPrivate:7th Glos:
PAGET, WilliamPrivate:R.G.A.
PARTRIDGE, MartinSargeant:R.E.
- Their Name - / - Liveth - / For Evermore.[Center Panel]
DENNE, W.H. D.S.O.Major.2nd Beds.
GIBBINS, ThomasCpl:6th Glos.
HUNT, SidneyPvte:11th Glos.
TILLARD, P.A.Capt:Royal Fus:
DRIVER, H.Cpl: 
PREW, C.Pvte:Mon:
Rest Eternal Grant Them / O Lord.
Roll of Honour[Right Panel]
TWINNING, E.A.S.C. 
SAUNDERS, WilliamPrivate:D.L.I.
SAUNDERS, Fred:Private:1st Glos:
SPENCER, Fred:Sargeant:Glos:
SPENCER, CharlesPrivate:10th Glos:
SMITH, GeorgeBombadier:R.G.A.
SADLER, Henry F.Driver:R.F.A.
TICEHURST, F.J.Sapper:R.E.
TICEHURST, G.Lieutenant:Glos:
WRIGHT, FrederickPrivate:11th Glos:
WAIT, H.W.K.Major:R.F.A.
WAIT, G.M.C.Captain:Wiltshire:
WAIN, CharlesPrivate:Glos:
ARKELL, WilliamPrivate:Glos:
BIRD, Clem:Private:Lab: Batt:
EVANS, ArthurL/Cpl:Guernsey L.I.
CRIPPS, HerbertPrivate:R.F.C. Batt: Sect:
BARNFIELD, WilfridA.B.H.M.S. Exmouth.
HARRIS, JackA.B.H.M.S. Michael.
PARTRIDGE, WallaceA.B.H.M.S. Amphitrite
JAMES, John Chas: D.S.M.Ldg-Seaman.H.M.S. President.
EAMES, Winifred[?] C.Fore: Wom: Clerk: 
DAVIES, Olive[?]??? 

NB: We have a photograph of the Roll of Honour inside St Michael's Church. It is a beautifully crafted handwritten document, mounted in a wooden frame covered in glass, but the last two entries are added in different ink, which appears to have faded, so they are barely readable.

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