Some Memorial Inscriptions - Longborough, Gloucestershire
St James's Churchyard

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 25th May 2007. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
A1. War Grave
Gunner 1730739 O. CASTLE, Royal Artillery
3 April 1941, 34

A2. John AKERMAN, 30 April 1907, 82
Mary Ann, w, 24 March 1901, 72

A3. Annie Eleanor STOKES, 10 March 1887, 11 months
Adelaide Mary STOKES, 22 November 1888, 5yrs
Sidney Owen STOKES, 30 November 1888, 9 months

A4. Robert WATTS of the Home Farm, Sezincote
26 January 1886, 79
Tabitha, w, 2 May 1882, 68

A5. Henry DABELL who died at Moreton in Marsh
22 February 1888, 44

A6. Elizabeth, w/o William CHURN
of Sezincote, 8 September 1886, 53
William, above, 18 January 1895, 76

A7. William NEWMAN, 2 April 1893, 60

A8. Elizabeth, widow of the late Stephen HOWES
Who died Easter Eve, 24 April 1886, 88

A9. Richard EDGINTON, 12 July 1871, 70
Leah, w, 4 February 1883, 82

A10. Joseph Arthur, s/o
Joseph and Charlotte HALE
21 March 1878, 16
James Frederick, s/o Joseph & Margaret HALE
who died in a fatal accident 8 December 1866, 18

A11. Eliza DAUBNEY, 7 August 1892, 77

A12. Mary Ann, w/o Samuel MARSHAL
1 January 1873, 59
Samuel, above, 3 September 1876, 59

A13. Richard RIMELL, 20 March, [looks like] 1862, 63

A14. This stone is erected by M.A. NEWMAN in
Affectionate remembrance of her dearly
beloved mother, Ann NEWMAN, 4 January 1867, 79

A15. John, 2nd s/o Samuel & Mary SHELTON
19 December 1842, 32
Charles, youngest son, 10 July 1856, 47
Thomas, 9 February 1868, 55

A16. Mary, only d/o Samuel & Mary SHELTON
of Luckley, 12 March 1828, 4yrs
Samuel, eldest son, 9 April 1834, 24

A17. Samuel SHELTON of Luckley Farm
14 April 1867, 87
Mary, w, 9 January 1875, 83

INSIDE THE CHURCH
B1. Sacred to the Memory of
Sir Charles COCKERELL, Baronet, 6 January 1837, 82
He went early in life to India and married a daughter of
Sir Charles BLUNT, Bart, who died at Calcutta, where after
having filled very high and important situations. He returned to England
and in 1808 married the Honorable Harriet RUSHOUT,
daughter of the Lord Northwick by whom he had three children
Charles Rushout, married the daughter of The Lord Foley,
Harriet Anne, married to Viscount Deerhurst, son of the Earl of Coventry,
and Eliza Maria who died the 13 June 1832 in the 17th year of her age
[We have a Photograph of the COCKERELL Memorial]

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