Some Memorial Inscriptions - Stanton, Gloucestershire
St Michael's Churchyard

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 9th June 2007. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
A1. Hester ROGERS, youngest d/o
John and Mary MOORE, 3 March 1857, 79
John MOORE, 7 April 1849, 86
Thomas MOORE, 26 September 1847, 75

A2. William EVANS, 18 August 1871, 59

A3. Sophia EVANS, 14 February 1855, 78
Ann, w/o Joseph EVANS, 11 February 1860, 66

A4. Francis HINE of this parish
17 June 1867, 97
Alice, w, 15 January, [looks like] 1852, 89

A5. Sarah, w/o Thomas MARTIN, 19 July 1876, 70

A6. Maurice DAY, 7 October 1893, 48
Maurice, s, 17 October 1891, 15

A7. Frederick BEARD, 12 August 1886, 56
Elizabeth, w, 29 July 1916, 84

A8. Mary Wilder THOROLD
Of Stanton Court, 1899 - 1963
Guy Frederick, h, 1898 - 1970

A9. Reginald WYNNIATT
Of Stanton and Dymock, 4 June 1881, 68

A10. Thomas WYNNIATT of Stanton
26 December 1880, 50

A11. Edwin & Henry Arkell WALKER
s/o Edwin & Ann WALKER of Little Washbourn
Edwin, died 21 January 1861, 24
Henry Arkell, died 20 November 1883, 37
Ann, w/o Edwin WALKER of Little Washbourn
And of Sarah Elizabeth his 2nd wife.
Ann, died 8 July 1862, 52
Sarah Elizabeth, died, 2 December 1884 58
Edwin, above, died at Washbourne
31 December 1892, 79
Sarah, w/o William WALKER of Berry Wormington
15 June 1920, 72

A12. Richard SHARP,
15 February 1786 - 6 December 1862
Ann, w, 28 April 1793 - 12 June 1851

A13. Ann, d/o Samuel & Elizabeth TROUGHTON
13 May 1870, 26
Ellen Sarah, d, 13 December 1884

A14. Charles SHARP of this parish
29 April 1873, 52

A15. [stone very weather worn:
some of this transcription may be incorrect]

Robert BANNING, 26 May 1848, 26
Mary, w, 8 November 1883, 81

A16. Robert BANNING
late of Buckland, 11 July 1880, 37

A17. John SHARP, 27 June 1812, 84
Ann, w, 8 November 1826, 61
Thomas, s, 16 June 1848, 83

A18. Henry, s/o Henry & Mary HARRISON
6 September 1867, 20
Thomas, s, 1 October 1873, 24

A19. John HARRISON, 4 Oct 1922, 62
Ellen, w, 16 April 1936, 74

A20. Kate, 1888 - 1955
Wife of George Edward STOTT 5th Baronet of Stanton
George Edward, above, 1887 - 1957

A21. War Grave
Philip Nicholson STOTT
2nd Lt, 2/10th Manchester Regiment
s/o Philip Sidney & Hannah Nicholson STOTT
of Stanton Court who died at Southport, 21 March 1915, 19

A22. Robert WARD. A. A., J.P., of Sodstone, Penbrokshire
20 July 1825 - 16 July 1904
eldest s/o the Rev'd Barnard John WARD
Elizabeth, w, 2 October 1925 or 1927

A23. Sarah, w/o William GRIMMITT
d/o the late William & Lucy DOUGHTY
of this parish, 22 February 1828 - 19 January 1897

A24. William DOUGHTY, 27 June 1889, 91
Lucy, w, 15 December 1890, 90

A25. Dorothy & Reginald WIDDOWSON
Who died in the spring of 1996 age 80 and 86
After 56 happy years of marriage

A26. Richard ROGERS, 22 November 1826, 57

A27. Richard JACKSON, 19 June 1711, 29
Richard JACKSON, 23 January 1715.
Anna JACKSON an aged widow 27 March 1720
William JACKSON, 17 April 1727
Thomas JACKSON, 12 January 1729
Elizabeth, w/o John JACKSON, 25 June 1775
Benjamin Richard JACKSON
10 November 1784, 18
Hannah JACKSON, 22 June 1787, 46
Richard JACKSON, 3 April 1788
Elizabeth JACKSON, 21 April 1789
This stone was erected and five other Headstones & Tombs
Restored by J & R. JACKSON of Cheltenham in 1883

A28. Tomb Stone
Francis JACKSON, 1597
John JACKSON, 1598
Eleanor JACKSON 1588
William JACKSON, Yeoman 1602, [looks like] 51
John JACKSON, 21 July 1614

Next side
Joan JACKSON, 1604
Joan JACKSON, 1615
[unable to read any more]

Next side
Richard JACKSON, 27 April 1626
Thomas JACKSON, 3 March 1636
Ann, widow of Richard JACKSON, 8 April 1641
Jane JACKSON, 19 October 1642
Richard JACKSON, 13 December 1658
Ann, w/o Richard JACKSON 25 February 1666
Richard, s/o Richard JACKSON 10 February 1679
Elizabeth, w/o Richard JACKSON, 18 December 1687

INSIDE THE CHURCH
B1. Reginald WYNNIATT, Rector of this parish
1 February 1810 age 81
Frances, his relict and 2nd d/o Thomas PHILLIPS
Of Eaton Bishop in the County of Hereford, Esqr
185*, 79

B2. In a vault in the churchyard the body of the Reverend
Bernard John WARD, M.A., Vicar of Peterchurch in the
County of Hereford. Third surviving son of the late Hon,
Robert WARD of Bangor Castle in the County of Down
Son of the first Viscount Bangor
He married 31 August 1824, Isabella Frances, youngest
d/o the late Robert PHILLIPS Esqr of Longworth
in the County of Hereford and died 24 January 1832, 33
leaving three sons and one daughter.
His widow affectionately inscribes this memorial

B3. In the Porch
The late Miss Elizabeth MILLS of the Manor House in this parish
By her Will, bearing the date of the 31st of May 1895, bequeathed the
following Charitable Legacies
£300 to the parish of Stanton, the interest to be applied in the purchase
of coal for the poor
£300, to the Stanton National School
£300 to the parish of Stanton the interest to be applied in the purchase
of blankets for the poor and one third of the residue of her estate for
the restoration of Stanton Parish Church
£500 to Gloucester Infirmary
£500 to Cheltenham General Hospital
£500 to Tewkesbury Dispensary
£500 to the Childrens Hospital Gloucester
£500 to Winchcomb Rural Hospital
£500 to Kings College Hospital, London
£500 to Dr Barnardo's Homes
£500 to Muller's Orphanage, Bristol
£500 to the Society for the propogation of the Gospel in foreign parts
£200 for the erection of stained glass windows in Stanton Church
The above were all left Free of Legacy Duty

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