Some Memorial Inscriptions - Corse, Gloucestershire
St Margaret's Churchyard

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 2nd December 2007. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
A1. Emma Eliza WYATT, d/o Sir Edward WHITE
Of Great Marlborough Street, London and w/o Rev'd
A.H. WYATT, late Vicar of this parish, 8 June 1875, 41

A2. Edward SPARKES, 26 January 1786, 84
Ester, w/o Edward SPARKES [date & month eroded] 1762, 76

A3. Elizabeth HULLS, d/o John & Deborah
fatally injured 1 November 1963, 19

A4. Robert HULLS, h/o Deborah and a devoted father
26 December 1964, 54
Deborah Sadie HULLS, 7 September 1995, 82

A5. Square Pillar
Thomas HVLLS [HULLS]
Ex hac paroecia generosvs
hic Sepltvs fvit VII ID IVL Anno Dom MDCCLIX, aet XLVII
Martha Eivsdem Vidva et Thomae
VERNON civ glen armiceri soror
Ad conivgem Descendit XII cal Novemb An Dom, MDCCLXVI aet LIV
Martha HVLLS [HULLS]
Thomae et Marthae filla obit VID Decemb Anno Dom MDCCLXXII aet XXI
Venustatis eximial qvod
Reliovvmest hev svbstvsiacet

Side Two
Here lies the remains of Thomas the son of Thomas & Martha HULLS
Late of this parish who died February 1772 in the 37th year of his age
Mary, w, the above Tho's HULLS, departed life July 11th 1792, age 52
Sarah, granddaughter of Thomas & Mary HULLS died in her infancy

Side Three
Francis BAYLY late of Linton 21 November 1784, 69
Ann, w, 21 December 1781, age [not inscribed] years

Side Four
Thomas HULLS only s/o Thomas & Mary HULLS, 22 December 1826, 63
Henry HULLS, 1848, 50
Eliza, his wife, 1902, 89
Mary Jane, d, 1904, 55
Thomas Henry HULLS, s, 14 May 1916, 68
Sarah HULLS, widow of T.H. HULLS, 10 November 1960, 84
And her son, Thomas Henry, 22 July 1972, 65
And his wife, Mary HULLS, 30 July 1973, 86

A6. Bill TROUT age 62 and son Peter age 33 who died
tragically on the 20th August 2000
"In our hearts you will always stay
loved and remembered every day"

A7. Thomas VAUGHAN, 23 February 1837, 88
Mary, w, 17 April 1812, 77
Thomas, s, 22 March 1831, 53
Mary, his wife, 16 March 1843, 76
Mary, d, [looks like 24 May 1844, 34]
Ester w/o Enos, 30 June 1854, 51
Enos VAUGHAN, 9 June 1882, 72

A8. George STEPHENS of the parish of Ashleworth
20 March 1747, 55
Joan, w, 5 October 1779, [looks like 81]

A9. William SPIERS, 30 April 1880, 48

A10. James LOVERIDGE of this parish
30 September 1886, 64
Helen, w, 1 October 1884, 53

A11. [stone nearly face down on the ground]
Frederick Enos LAMBERT
28 May 1892, died at Cold Aston, Gloucestershire, 65

A12. Frances. w/o William HOBBS, 16 September 1887, 65
William HOBBS, above, 4 May 1896, [looks like 89]
Sarah Ann HOBBS, 2nd wife, 13 December 1902, 56

A13. James CULLIMORE, 7 January 1919, 71
Caroline, 2 June 1883, 33

Also a separate Headstone for Caroline, same Grave
Caroline, w/o James CULLIMORE 2 June 1882, 33

A14. Isabel Olive Annette, w/o
Lt Col E.M.A. HOGAN, I.A. [Indian Army], 1 October 1928
Edward Michael Angelo HOGAN, 31 December 1971, 91

A15. Geraldine Isabel Mary JOHNSTONE
11 February 1918
Maxwell Maughan, s, 21 April 1957

A16. William Alfred Dennis DYER, 1900 - 1973
Ellen Hawkins DYER, w, 1899 - 1985

A17. Edward HOLMAN, h/o Dorothy and devoted uncle to
Glyn, 16 May 1974, 73
Dorothy HOLMAN, 22 January 1979, 73

A18. Harold HINDE, 1899 - 1969
Kathleen May, nee RICHINGS of this parish
1897 - 1980

A19. Robert George MARMON
2 December 1901 - 20 November 1969
Beatrice Eileen
21 September 1907 - 6 February 1992

A20. Frederick DAWE, 31 March 1969, 58
Edith, w, 5 February 1978, 78

A21. Charles WENT, 19 September 1919, 60
Michael BULLOCK, cousin of above
2 November 1921, 48

A22. Christopher George PALMER, 1911 - 1985
Annie Joyce PALMER, w, 1916 - 1997

A23. Sidney John WHITE, 17 July 1948, 71
Agnes Mary WHITE, died in America
3 May 1949, 70

A24. George BOURNE, 6 December 1941, 76
Henry George, s, 3 June 1968, 70

A25. William DOWNTON, 20 December 1946, 83
Eliza Jane, 22 September 1954, 82

A26. Emma Elizabeth NEWMAN, w/o George James NEWMAN
7 April 1945, 69
George James, above, 12 December 1945, 68

Separate Memorial, same Grave
Kathleen NEWMAN, d, 21 May 1981, 78

A27. Martha GREEN, 17 May 1944, 71
John, h, 27 February 1963, 94

A28. Marianne CLARY, 15 August 1887, 76

A29. Sarah Ann, 5th d/o Christopher & Mary Ann BARNES
of this parish, 8 June 1907, 39
Christopher Job BARNES father of above
1 May 1911, 79
Mary Ann BARNES, wife and mother
15 April 1915, 77

A30. Harriet VAIL, 15 November 1935, 54
Joseph Thomas VAIL, h, 25 November 1959, 86

A31. War Grave
Flt Sgt 1586441, R.H. HOULDEY, Air Bomber
R.A.F. died 4 April 1945, 21

A32. George William GASKIN, 19 January 1918, 24
William Thomas SMITH, uncle of above
10 May 1919, 56
George GASKIN, 13 December 1929, 69
Alice, w, of above, 28 January 1947, 64

A33. John BARNFIELD, 11 June 1894, 66
Elizabeth, w, 5 February 1896, 69
Caroline HUNT, d,
Isaac, s,
[Auth: no other information for the children]

A34. Mary Ann SHEPPARD, 7 January 1884, 73
William SHEPPARD, 23 February 1886, 78
Ann E. LOWE, 26 January 1897, 68

A35. James William BUNDY of this parish
2 January 1897, 28

A36. Joseph SIMS, 29 March 1892, 51

A37. Thomas HOBBS, 26 June 1878, 60
Caroline, w, 21 December 1898, 78

A38. James HIDDEN, 21 November 1850, 26

A39. Ann, w/o John COOK, d/o
James & Jane HIDDEN of this parish
Who after a long and painful illness, departed
This life 18 November 1845, 60
Her only child erected this stone as a mark of
respect due to the memory of an affectionate mother
Jane COOK, her daughter, 20 July 1902, 89

A40. Samuel LANE of the parish of Staunton
3 May 1815, 38
Mary, w, May 1845, [looks like 83]
William, s, 7 February 1823, 37
Ann LANE, his sister who died at Newent
8 November 1829, 75

A41. Mary Ann BISHOP, dear wife of Edward
And only d/o May & Ted BISHOP, late of
Corse Grange, 28.12.1944 - 4.7.2001
"We think about you all the time and talk about you too.
We have lots of lovely memories but wish we still had you"

A42. Sheila June MOFFATT, 1944 - 1997, 53
A dear wife and much loved mother and grandmother

A43. John MARSTON late of this parish
14 February 1834, 70
Catharine, w, 16 May 1814, 52

A44. Eva Doris ARCHER, 26 March 1979, 71
Rev'd Frederick John ARCHER, 29 December 2002, 96
Rector of Corse and Staunton, 1960 - 1973
beloved parents reunited

A45. Robert DOBBINS, late of this parish
3 January 1862, 82
Elizabeth, relict of the above
21 September 1857, 75


INSIDE THE CHURCH
B1. John Eccles St George JOHNSTONE 1873 - 1958
Garaldine Isabel Mary, w, 1873 - 1918
Maxwell M St George, 1906 - 1957
In grateful memory of the service of John and his son
of Corse Grange, Physicians in this district for 61 & 21 years

B2. To preserve the memorial of his mother's relations
Robert GEGG, Vicar of this church removed it hither from the
Old Chapel of St Barth Hospital, Gloucester on the demolition
of that structor in the year 1788
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Joseph GEGG, A.M. Rev'd adomdum Josepho WILCOCKS
primo Gloc deinde Roff Epifcopo a sacris vicinae Ecclefia Afhleworth [Ashleworth]
15 annos amplius et hujufee prope 38 Vicarius ero '? ? ? 6 Non Mau AD 1770 aet 72
Ejufdem vidua Elizabetha, Roberti TIMBRELL de Ewen in agro wih generofe filia
Ex uxore Amicia, Revdi Thomae GRAIL, Rectoris Laffingtoniae [Lassington] filia
Obut 3 kal Julii AD 1781 aet 72
Ex eorundem conjugio
Josephus Coll, Pemb, Oxon Scholaris atfopia confumptus abut 3 ld Jilii AD 1762, aet 20
Maria fimiliter occidit kal Apr 1768, aet 24
Esthera, variolis fublata, pr.Nom. Mau 1752, aet 3
Hoc, Kev?lapiov parebtibus, fratri est sororibus (quorum reliquiae, in veteri Sacello Hospitii
Scti Barth Gloceftr, Anno 1788, diruto reconditae beatam avablabiv praefiolantur) Robertus GEGG
Ecclefio Vicarious
Posurr, Hic jacet
Robertus GEGG, A.M., hujus ecclefiae 28 annos Vicarious, obut 20 calend Novembris 1793 aet 56
Gulielmus GEGG, fupradict: Josephe et Elizabeth GEGG filius natu ininimus Robertt frater,
Fohis fuperftes, de Livox in parochial Chapell-hill, Comitut: Monemeth: [Monmouth] hoc pietatismonumentum, diu
propofitum, anno demum 1817, conftructum vidit, upfe agens annum 70
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This monument was erected by a relative of the late Richard WOOD
of the City of Gloucefter [Gloucester] who had lived many years in terms of the fticteft [strictest]
friendship with the above excellent divine and always enterained the higheft
opinion of the learning and other eminent virtues with which he was endowed
[Ed: additional information, ex. Alumni Oxoniensis & IGI:
Joseph GEGG s/o Jonathan bap 10 Nov 1698, Siddington, Glos. (IGI)
GEGG, Joseph, s. Jonathan, of Sydenham [sic] co. Gloucester, pleb. Pembroke Coll.,
matric 26 March, 1717, aged 17; BA. 1720, MA. 1725.
GEGG, Joseph, s. Joseph, of Gloucester (city), cler. Pembroke Coll, matric,
10 Oct 1759, aged 16.
GEGG, Robert, s. Joseph, of Gloucester (city), cler. Pembroke Coll, matric,
21 Oct 1755, aged 17; B.A. 1759, M.A. 1762.
Joseph GEGG apparently m. Elizabeth TIMBRELL, d/o Robert of Ewen (Wilts),
and his wife, daughter of Revd. Thomas GRAIL, Rector of Lassington. His appointment
as Vicar of Ashleworth was first recorded in 1724, and his appointment as Vicar of
Corse in 1727 - both during the jurisdiction of Bishop Joseph WILCOCKS, who was
Bishop of Gloucester, 1721-1731 - ex. Clergy of Church of England Database]


B3. Near this place lieth the body of John CLARK, Yeoman, late of Snigsend
in this parish, he died Decbr 18, 1787 age 42
Also Joseph, s/o John & Elizabeth CLARK died in his infancy in 1788
Also, Sarah, d/o John & Elizabeth CLARK, died 16 February 1796, 15
Henry Healing CLARK, s, died in infancy, 20 April 1810

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