Some Memorial Inscriptions - Great Rissington, Gloucestershire
St John the Baptist's Churchyard

War Memorial

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 Mary, w/o William AGG
17 March 1928, 60

A2. Arthur BEDDOE (An Officer and a Gentleman)
Lt Col, R.A.O.C
21 Sept 1915 - 30 Dec 2003

A3. Jonathan BARTLETT, 18 Nov 1949, 77

A4. Annie Cornelia, w/o William BARTLETT
30 Nov 1872 - 4 Feb 1947

A5. Edmund BARTLETT
29 Sept 1914, 81
Jane, w, 21 Dec 1943, 94

A6. Sarah Jane RICHINGS
d/o Edward BARTLETT
15 October 1900, 22
Martha Maria Kate, w/o William BARTLETT
2 Dec 1903, 26

A7. War Death
Pte Thomas SPENCER
Who gave his life for his country in action
3 Dec 1917, 32
Edwin SPENCER, 8 Jan 1919, 33
Information from the CWGC
Pte 202023, 2/4 Gloucestershire Regt
Commemorated on the Cambrai Memorial, Louverval [Louveral], France

A8. Margaret Clemency Lane BAINES
w/o Cuthbert Edward BAINES, 6 April 1886 - 4 March 1946

Separate Memorial, same Grave
Elizabeth Eularia CLARKE, d, 1914 - 1970

A9. Harry BERRY, 2 May 1923, 52
Clara Ellen, w, 2 Jan 1926, 66

A10. Eliah FIELD, 28 Nov 1898, 68

A11. John MORRIS, 25 May 1890, 55

A12. Jane, w/o John SMITH, 9 Jan 1892, 70
[Auth: the stonemason has corrected the lower
part of the 2, with a new piece of stone.
The original year looked like 1898]


A13. John KERMAN, 4 August 1878, 78
Henrietta, w, 18 July 1881, 72

A14. Maria Carter KERMAN, youngest d/o
John and Henrietta, 16 May 1875, 22.

A15. Edward, s/o Edwin and Elizabeth CLARIDGE
1 May 1890, 20

A16. William NEWMAN, 14 Nov 1858, [looks like] 60
Hannah, w, 4, ****, 1868, 69
Charles, s, 1 Jan 1868, 3 [unable to read the full death age]

A17. Ann, w/o William ROBERTS, 8 Nov 1861, 72

A18. William ROBERTS, 15 May 18*6, 60

A19. [Stone weather worn and part flaked off]
Mary, w/o Mathew CADDEL, 20 Feb ****, 70
Mathew CADDEL, 14 Jan 182*, 75 or 77

A20. George GODFREE, 12 May 1847, 76
Mary, w, 6 May 1853, 8*

A21. George GODFREE, 21 April 1850, 53
Mary Ann, w, 4 June 1873, 70

A22. Sarah, w/o Stephen Tho Hr EELES
21 March 1853, 48
Stephen Tho Hr, above, 2 Feb 1860, 62

A23. John ANSELL, 2 Feb 1740, [looks like] *7
Margaret, w, 26 Oct 1751, 52

A24. Robert CAMBRAY, March 1772, 81

A25. Robert CAMBRAY, 19 Oct 1750, 62


INSIDE THE CHURCH
B1. John BARNARDE, Gent, 24 June 1621
over whom:-
Joan his wife put the monument
She also giveth, xx poundes, a stock for the pore, here forever
[We have a Photograph of the BARNARDE Tablet.

B2. Thomas CAMBRAY. 17 Jan 1740, 67
Whilst in this world I did remain, my latter days were grief and pain.
Full fifteen years and something more with pain, I was afflicted sore.
But now the Lord has fet me free from grief and pain and mifery
[We have a Photograph of the CAMBRAY Tablet.

B3. Mary, d/o Giles and Elizabeth CRIPS
Who died Feb ye 9th , 1739, 19 years
[We have a Photograph of the CRIPS Tablet.

Listed below are men who made the ultimate sacrifice in the World Wars for their country, in other conflicts and also whilst in service.
B4. MASTERS, Fred, Pte 1886, Army Cyclist Army Corps, 26 Sept 1916, 23
B5. DADSON, Donald Seymour, Pilot Officer (Pilot) R.A.F, 14 March 1940, 25
B6. BULL Leslie Reginald, Aircraftman 2nd Class 620416, Wireless Op and Air Gunner, 9 Dec 1939, 19
B7. MORRIS F. E., Flt Lieutenant, R.A.F., 30 Oct 1950, 27

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