Some Memorial Inscriptions - Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire
St James's Churchyard

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 25th April 2007. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
A1. Elizabeth, w/o John KEILTY
22 Feb 1868, 53
also three children who died in infancy
John, above, 24 Dec 1894, 78

A2. John Stuart ROSS, M.B., C.H., F.R.C.S
29 March 1874 - 11 Feb 1944
Maude Mary ROSS
16 Nov 1880 - 7 May 1966
Mary Pamela ROSS, d,
25 August 1907 - 2 Feb 1996

A3. Mary ABBITS, 28 Jan 1782, 82
Thomas, s/o William & Hannah ABBITS
8 Jan 1778, 1yr & 9 months

A4. William ABBITS, 5 Nov 1813, 81
Hannah, w, 11 Feb 1823, 77
Thomas & William, sons, died in their infancy
Thomas ABBITS, 6 Jan 1851, 68
Elizabeth ABBITS, 22 Jan 1860, 70

A5. Thomas HARTWELL, Jan 1842, 68
Ann HARTWELL, 7 August 1864, 93

A6. Thomas FLETCHER, Gent, who after more than
30 years spent in a profefsion he dignified. Died in the
62nd year of his age. Truly lamented by the poor
To Whom / He was a private Benefactor and
in distrefs Counsellor and Friend
Orbit December 4th 1766

A7. John HICKMAN, 19 Jan 1875, 84
Sarah, w, 28 Feb 1867, 82
James HICKMAN, 1 Nov 1880, 70

A8. Robert HAWKES, 2 May 1878, 80
Francis Goupil, w, 16 Dec 1870, 75

A9. Ruth, w/o John SUCH, 17 Oct 1871, 51
John SUCH of Broad Campden
9 May 1888, [stone sunk]

A10. Ulric C. STANLEY, 19 June 1918, 72
Elizabeth Susannah, 13 July 1926, 86

A11. Charles Frederick LINDSELL
Major, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 10 Nov 1929, 77

A12. Sudney Bolton RUSSELL
28 March 1866 - 26 Jan 1938
Elizabeth, w, 26 Jan 1864 - 14 Feb 1956

A13. John Sidney REEVE
11 March 1875 - 20 April 1943
Dorothy Rose REEVE
2 Dec 1884 - 2 Oct 1963

A14. John GOULDING
27 Feb 1864 - 15 April 1945
Magdalen Mary GOULDING
16 July 1863 - 28 March 1944

A15. Emily Elizabeth WARNER, 7 Oct 1951, 86
Edith Helen WARNER, 20 Feb 1956, 85
Lucy Hambidge WARNER, 11 March 1963, 86

A16. Ormonde William PLESTED 1888 - 1953
For 21 years, Friend and Fool
to the Campden Morris Dancers
Nora, w, 1899 - 1972

A17. Benjamin Martin CHANDLER, 1872 - 1948
Frances Izod , w, 1880 - 1972
Philip, s, 1909 - 1955
Frances Aubrey WHITFIELD, d, 1912 - 1993
Her husband, Christopher Gilbert WHITFIELD, FSA
1902 - 1967

A18. Henry ELLIS, 6 May 1900, 67
Hannah, w, 3 April 1903, 68

A19. War Death
Ellen, w/o Harry G. ELLIS, 4 Oct 1895, 33
Gordon, youngest son, killed in action at Festubert
24 May 1915, 20
Harry George ELLIS, 22 Dec 1938, 82
Roland, s, died at Trail B.C. 11 Jan 1939, 47

A20. Annie Sophia, w/o William GLADWIN
13 April 1901, 60
William, above, [stone has sunk])

A21. Children of William & Ethel HAINES of Westington
Margaret Julia, 21 May 1917, 15 months
Edna Helen, 26 Dec 1921, 3 years
Dorothy Ann, 20 August 1931, 15 months
Susan Edith, 8 July 1942, 7years
William Russell HAINES, Farmer, s/o George & Julie
11 March 1881 - 3 May 1967
Charlotte Ethel, w, 1 Sept 1892 - 31 August 1988

Reverse side of stone
William Horace HAINES of Westington
7 March 1913 - 6 March 1994
Horace Peter HAINES
15 March 1947 - 1 June 1975
Joan Thomasine ATKINS, d/o William & Ethel HAINES
10 August 1914 - 27 Dec 2002

A22. Dear little George, s/o George & Julie HAINES
Of Westington, 11 Dec 1892, 3yrs & 9 months
George HAINES, 20 March 1920, 75
Julie HAINES, w, 25 August 1951, 93

A23. Thomas HAINES, born at Westington 21 Sept 1801
Died at Campden, 8 Oct 1892
Sarah, w, 29 Sept 1893, 91

A24. War Death
Robert Henry HAYDON, 3 April 1929, 84
Annie, w, 31 Jan 1927, 83
Frederick, 2nd son, 19 April 1892, 13
Gilbert, their younger son, killed in action
The Somme, France, age 27
[CWGC information] Pte 2781, 1/5th Gloucestershire Regt
died 27/8/1916. Commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial
The Somme France

A25. Arthur Henry HAYDON
4 March 1876 - 19 Sept 1936

A26. John SMITH, 5 Feb 1909, 70
Elizabeth SMITH, 13 June 1910, 67

A27. Sarah, w/o Jesse HELPS 13 April, look like 1889, 38
Jesse HELPS, for 7 years Supt of Police in this town
27 Oct 1893, 50

A28. William Alfred STARKISS, 13 May 1903, 48
Esther, w, 2 July 1949, 87

A29. Horace SMITH
5 June 1881 - 23 Dec 1961
Therza, sister of above who died in infancy age 1yr
Owen SMITH, Oct 1916, 31
Thomas William SMITH, father of above
28 Dec 1917, 65
Sarah SMITH, w, 6 Feb 1940, 84

A30. Charles IZOD, 23 Feb 1896, 66
Athan IZOD, 31 Jan 1951, 82

A31. Arthur Gerard Noel KENNAN
6 April AD 1851 - 15 April AD 1869

A32. Robert BRAITHWAITE
For 9 years Vicar of this parish
21 Jan 1882, 65

A33. William IZOD, 1 March 1951, 81
Lucy Ann IZOD, 2 Feb 1953, 80

A34. George J. RESON 8 Dec 1890, 58
Mary, widow, 26 Nov 1923, 91

A35. Mary LYDIATT, 10 Nov 1827 - 29 Oct 1861

A36. Thomas CLAPTON, 18 July 1847, 71
Elizabeth, w, 19 Dec 1855, 55
Maria, d, died in infancy
Charles, s, 27 Nov 1885, 71
Julia, d, 3 Sept 1886, 75

A37. James RESTALL, 12 Sept 1892, 68
Sarah, w, 25 Nov 1903, 87

A38. Joseph RESTALL, 22 Nov 1903, 76
Jemima, 27 August 1908, 76

A39. Samuel DUNN, 25 Nov 1883, 81
Margaret, w, 24 March 1887, 74
Charles T. DUNN, s, 2 June 1885, 25

A40. Sarah, w/o Richard DUNN, 4 Dec 1798, 72

A41. Lucy DUNN, 23 Dec 1828, 53
William DUNN, 27 Oct 1841, 86
Samuel DUNN, * Dec 18*0, 45


The following made the ultimate sacrifice in the World Wars.
A42. L/Cpl 9432, F. HOWELL, South Wales Borderers, 9 Feb 1915
A43. Pte 7335, F. MERRIMAN, Worcestershire Regt, 12 April 1917, 32
A44. Pte 15144, George Enoch JAMES, Gloucestershire Regt, 3 June 1918, 24, brother of Harry
A45. Pte 241706, Harry JAMES, 23 March 1918, reported missing
brother of George mentioned on the headstone of George, not buried in this churchyard
A46. CQMRS, M2/099871, J A HOWELL, Royal Army Service Corps 2 Dec 1918, 41
A47. Pte 103465, William Edwin HARRIS, Machine Gun Corps (Inf) 13 August 1918, 30
A48. Officer Steward, 1st Rn 363448, HMS, Impregnable, 27 Dec 1919, 34
A49. Pte 2240, Charles John BRUCE, Gloucestershire Regt, 3 August 1919, 37
A50. Pte, O. BRUCE, killed in action, 19 July 1918
mentioned on head stone of Charles and not buried in this churchyard
A51. Gunner 225766, Joseph George WHATCOTT, Royal Field Artillery, 17 Feb 1919, 23
A52. Sgt 1396063, Norman Henry POWELL, Air Bomber, R.A.F. 28 April 1944, 26

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