Some Memorial Inscriptions - Redmarley d'Abitot, Gloucestershire
St Bartholomew's Churchyard

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 1st December 2007. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
A1. Emma, w/o A.D. DOBBINS & d/o
Timothy and Mary ROBINSON
of The Heath, 26 September 1909, 56

A2. Anne Farmer, w/o Rev'd James COMMELINE
late Rector of this parish, 2 March 1845, 81

A3. Stephen HILL, 30 May 1828, 50
Elizabeth, w, 24 March, [looks like 1840, 66]

A4. G. DOWDESWELL Esqr of the Down House
in this parish, 6 February 1852, 86
George Francis DOWDSWELL
5 October 1891, 62
Mary Ann Rose, widow of George DOWDSWELL, Esqr
of the Down House, 25 May 1893, 89

A5. John BOSLEY of The Mill
in this parish, 9 August 1777, 45

A6. William REDDING, late of The Mill in
This parish, 1 March 1825, 77
Nancy, w, & d/o John & Jane BOSLEY
11 October 1825, 65

A7. Jane, w/o John BOSLEY
13 December 1769, [looks like 41]

A8. Elizabeth, w/o John SHAILL of [ London !!] in this parish, Yeoman
29 December 1780, 45
John SHAILL, 2 December 1821, 82
[Ed: possibly 'Little London', just up the road
from Redmarley in the Ledbury direction]


A9. Francies [as inscribed] WESTON
4 July 1821, 80
Fanny WESTON, w, 29 May 1823, 80

A10. Sarah, w/o Richard DAY
& d/o Jn, & Margaret MAYO
20 March 1764, 44
John MAYO, Jnr, 13 December 1801, 86

A11. Ann, w/o John WESTON of this parish
20 June 1848, 69
Mary, d, 15 June 1836, age **
Elizabeth, d, died in infancy

A12. Sarah, w/o William MAYO
of this parish, February 1845, 57

A13. Robert George EVANS, 9 May 1966, 79
Ida Rosalie, 15 January 1980, 87

A14. Henry WILLIS, s/o
William & Mary Ann WILLIS
20 May 1867, 17
also, eight of their children who
died in their infancy

A15. Richard ROBINSON, 27 February 1857, 86
Lydia, w, 16 May 1840, 58

A16. John COLWELL of The Rock
22 February 1892
Emily, w, 24 April 1919
William George, s, 18 July 1900
Agnes, d, 13 October 1950
Elizabeth Emily COLWELL
22 November 1953

A17. Georgina, w/o William Dipple STEPHENS
8 August 1889, 58
William Dipple, above, 11 March 1908, 86

A18. Elizabeth, d/o Richard & Elizabeth PRICE
Of this parish, 16 September 1850 [looks like 51]
George PRICE, 22 March 1868, 24

A19. William John REYNOLDS
5 October 1848 - 8 April 1889

A20. John HEALING, 12 October 1891, 46

A21. Rhoda York, w/o John Charles JOHNSON
25 June 1896, 26

A22. Elizabeth YOUNG
11 January 1881 - 26 September 1896

A23. William WATKINS, 15 August 1893, 79
Hannah, w, 15 May 1893, 78

A24. Mary, w/o John TURNER
of Kings Green in this parish
23 June 1902, 64

A25. Henry ROBINSON of Pell Grove
in this parish, 3 December 1902, 58
Margaret, w, 21 July 1923, 83

A26. Elizabeth, w/o John VOYCE
18 November 1902, 72
John VOYCE, 15 August 1910, 80

A27. William Alder HOW
24 March 1906, 86
Eleanor, w, 4 November 1892, 77
Frances HOW nee HASKARD, w,
22 August 1922, 79

A28. [this stone is nearly face down on the ground]
Mary Ann, w/o William HORTON
24 July 1906, 84
William HORTON, above, 24 December 1909, 84

A29. William HODGES, of Everess Farm
13 June 1908, 87

A30. Fanny, w/o Benjamin NUNN
2 June 1907, 61
Benjamin NUNN, above, of
Drury Lane in this parish
31 May 1927, 84

A31. Sarah Ann, w/o William Dipple BOSLEY
of The Oakes in this parish
26 August 1904, 74
also an infant son of above
William Dipple BOSLEY, above
7 February 1910, 82

A32. John Edwin Bundy POOLE
Late of Durbridge Mill Farm
5 November 1978.
Vida, w, 13 April 1985

A33. Henry Morton NIBLETTE, M.A
Rector of this place, 1882 - 1926
Died 24 January 1941, 86
Marian, w, 3 June 1942, 82

A34. Kathleen, d/o Edward & Harriet FIELD
19 April 1928, 20
Doris, her sister, 18 May 1988, 85

A35. James COX, 23 April 1931, 91
Emily Jane, w, 11 April 1935, 72

A36. Mary E. DAWE, 29 August 1968, 59

A37. William Smith DAVIS, 11 September 1927, 72
Catherine, w, 8 April 1929, 70

A38. John HOW
6 December 1841 - 13 January 1911
Annie, d, 19 June 1870 - 9 November 1916
Jane, widow of above, 14 October 1933, 86

A39. Caroline DANIELS, 9 August 1910, 84

A40. Richard BEARD, 20 July 1910, 61
Rosa, w, 24 December 1931, 89

A41. Ada Annie, w/o Richard John BEARD
2 July 1934, 54
Richard John BEARD, above,
27 December 1961, 83

A42. Sarah Ann LANE, 25 April 1926, 90
Mary CARTER, 5 October 1944, 78
Alice Rose MASON, 29 March 1945, 68
Win MASON, 1910 - 1987
Beat MASON, 1903 - 1989

A43. Lily Mary Ann BROWNING
24 January 1939, 54
William Charles BROWNING
23 July 1949, 62
Rest in peace our beloved parents

A44. John DENNIS of The Twynings, Redmarley
1861 - 1945

A45. William DEVEREUX, 29 August 1945, 67
Emily, w, 10 January 1968, 86

Separate Memorial, same Grave
Elsie DEVEREUX, 1904 - 1979, mother of Joyce
Bill DEVEREUX, h, 1906 - 1986

A46. Henry George WATKINS
25 March 1953, 62
Gladys, w, 23 August 1978, 76

A47. Harry KENDRICK, 4 June 1953, 72
also of G.W & I.F. KENDRICK

A48. Winifred Mary BEARD, 29 October 1955, 43
Lewis William BEARD, 20 October 1995, 86

A49. Elizabeth EDWARDS, 23 March 1956
Her son, John Henry, 1 October 1967, 54

A50. William WATKINS, 22 March 1955, 78
Ann, w, 19 April 1964, 85

A51. Edith Mary DAWE, 18 April 1954, 58
Arthur Sidney DAWE, 20 October 1982, 85

A52. Thomas William WORDLEY
8 November 1951, 77
Ellen. w, 25 May 1959, 84

A53. John TAYLOR, 30 August 1951, 72
Amelia Hannah, w, 11 December 1963, 80
Richard David John TAYLOR, grandson
23 June 1979, 19

A54. Canon James Leford DWYER, 1859 - 1949
Adelaide Eleanor, w, 1859 - 1948
Eileen Adelaide DWYER, d, 1884 - 1949
Hilda Beatrice HOGAN, 1887 - 1973

A55. Elizabeth COTTON, mother of
Elsie BULLOUGH
27 February 1864 - 26 April 1922

A56. Florence Louisa NEWBURY, 17 May 1936
Eldest d/o Thomas NEWBURY, late Major,
8th Madras Cavalry

A57. Richard John BEARD
18.10.1902 - 5.2.1984
Richard John, s,
10.7.1939 - 19.3.2003

Separate Memorial, same Grave
Our dear mum
Mary WILLIAMS (BEARD) 1914 - 2005

A58. John EDWARDS of Brangwells
20 May 1931, 81
Eliza Harriet, w, 9 January 1911, 75

A59. John WOODWARD
16 February 1903, 75
Elizabeth, d, 30 November 1900, 38
Elizabeth, w, 26 July 1909, 81

A60. Charles DAWE, h/o Ellen DAWE
8 March 1898, 64
Ellen, above, 10 February 1910, 75

A61. Ellen WATKINS, 21 July 1890, 71

A62. William HOLLAND 1813 - 1890
Sarah, w, 1818 - 1880

A63. [inscription for Arthur, weather damaged]
Arthur Geoffrey ROBINSON
5 January [looks like 1880]
Joseph Claude ROBINSON
14 September 1898 - 6 February 1900

A64. Joseph ROBINSON
of the Post Office, for 22 years Clerk of this
parish. 5 June 1854 - 9 June 1900

A65. Edith Emily, w/o Joseph ROBINSON
22 March 1854 - 8 April 1884

A66. Archibald Kennedy ANKETELL
eldest s/o Henry K. ANKETELL, sometime Curate
of this parish and Amy his wife killed at Durbridge
21 April 1878 and buried here 28 March aged 6yrs & 6months

A67. [all except the below inscription, has flaked off]
Betty WHITTLE, 23 September 1779, 23

A68. Thomas HENDY, 6 September 1776, 66
[the other inscription has eroded]

A69. John STEPHENS, 28 April 1785, [[age eroded]

A70. [most of the inscription has eroded]
Stephen STEPHENS of this parish,
4 December, [looks like 1813, 71]
Ma--, w, January ---, age 79

A71. Joseph LOWE, 26 March 1814 - 7 December 1877

A72. [stone damaged by time and weather]
Harriet, d/o Daniel & Sarah POCKETT
11 December 1822, 12 yrs
also the above Daniel POCKETT
4 December 1855, 82
Sarah, w/o Daniel POCKETT
22 April 1864, 83

A73. Harriett, w/o John H COURT
12 February 1820 - 11 March 1881
John Henry COURT, 30 December 1907, 87

A74. Frederic Royd ROBERTS, Major, Royal Bombay
Artillery, 2nd s/o the late Sir H.C. ROBERETS, K.C.B
Of Hazeldine House, Redmarley
17 July 1841 - 17 February 1884

A75. Margaret CLEMENTS
10 December 1869, 80
George CLEMENTS, s,
28 [looks like April 1881, 76]

A76. Elizabeth Mary, w/o John Allen BEACH
of Redmarley Park, 17 July 1870, 29
Elizabeth, d, 11 April 1887, 26

A77. John Allen BEACH, of Hillfields, 17 May 1892, 56

A78. Gilbert JONES, 27 January 1868, 87
William TURNER, 31 October 1867, 42

A79. Mary Ann STEPHENS, d/o
Charles & Hannah STEPHENS
16 January 1864, 21
Sarah Jane, w/o Matthew TOWNSEND
& d/o Charles & Hannah STEPHENS
28 March 1870, 25
Charles STEPHENS, above, 17 August 1872, 63
Hannah, w, 2 September 1876, 70
[there is another inscription, but the stone has sunk]

A80. Benjamin WILLIAMS, 16 September 1905, 87
Jane, w, 22 June 1895, 79
Charles, s, 1 August 1868, 23
Sarah, d, 27 December 1869, 17

A81. William STALLARD
25 November 1818 - 2 April 1881


INSIDE THE CHURCH
A82. George DOWDESWELL, Esqr
of the Down House in this parish, 6 February 1832, 86
he was the youngest s/o George DOWDESWELL, Esqr, M.D &
Elizabeth his wife, and nephew of the Right Hon, William DOWDESWELL
of Pull Court in this county.
In very early life Mr DOWDESWELL went to India, in the Bengal Civil Service
where he attained the highest destinction, became Vice President in Council
and Deputy Governor of India. He won the respect and esteem of all around
him by his integrity and amiability. After seven years and thirty years service
in India, he sought in retirement in this county, that happiness which in his
domestic circle he himself constituted in August 1823, he married
Mary Anne Rose EGERTON

A83. This tablet is erected to the memory of
George Francis DOWDESWELL, M.A., F.R.M.S., F.L.S., & F.C.S
Eldest s/o George DOWDESWELL Esq and Mary Ann Rose, his wife
Of The Down House in this parish, late Captain, 89th Foot. He served with
Distinction throughout the Chinese Campaign 1860-1866, under Sir Dighton
PROBYN, K.C.B, upon his retirement from H.M. Service. He devoted himself
to science in which he greatly distinguished himself. He died 5 October 1891 age 62

A84. Mary Ann Rose, widow of George DOWDESWELL, Esq
of Down House, 25 May 1893, 89

A85. William Fombelle DOWDESWELL
Captain in the 7th Princess Royal Dragoon Guards
Youngest s/o George DOWDESWELL Esq
[formerly member of the Supreme Council in Bengal] and
Mary Ann Rose his wife of The Down House in this parish
17 August 1830, died of Cholera at Desa Doon in Bengal, 31 August 1861.
This table is erected in token of regard by his brother officers

A86. To the memory of Major General, Sir Henry Gee ROBERETS, K.C.B,
H.M. Bombay Army who after forty years of an eminent military and
political career and distinguished service in the field during the Indian Mutiny
in 1857 for which he received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament.
Died at he residence, Hazeldine House in this parish, October 6th 1860 age 60yrs

A87. Ann, w/o Edward COOPER of this parish, Gent
18 October 18**, 80
Edward COOPER, above, 3 July 1850, 96
Edward Stallard, s/o James & Marianne COOPER
of Saxville House in this parish, 9 December 1835, 6 months
James, s/o Edward & Ann COOPER, 28 August 1853, 64

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