Some Memorial Inscriptions - Stratton, Gloucestershire
St Peter's Churchyard

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 21st July 2005. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
A1. Anne Williams, w/o Thomas MANN,
15 April 188*, 46
Hattie Christine Eliza, d/o
Thomas & Anne Maslin MANN,
25 April 1895, 17 months
Thomas William Arthur, s/o
Thomas & Anne Williams MANN,
25 Jan 189*, 28

A2. George HOLDER, 30 Aug 1902, 70
Ann, w, 7 Nov 1902, 72

A3. Dorothea, w/o Robert BUNGE,
28 Oct 1897, 48

A4. Stone erected by her children and
first husband, John KINGETT of
Cirencester,
Mary Ann, w/o George TOWNSEND,
24 June 1897, 68

A5. John WILLIAMSON, 8 Feb 1908, 85
Harriet, widow of above, 22 March 1912, 76

A6. William Charles CHRISTIE,
20 August 1908, 31
Annie Eliza, w, 21 Feb 1924, 81

A7. John & Rebecca CLARKE,
Husband & wife of Stratton,
He, 18 Jan 1892, 70
She, 14 Jan 1892, 73

A8. Charles MAY, 23 Dec 1914, 72

A9. George DIVER, 27 July 1900, 40
William Henry, s/o George & Elizabeth DIVER,
7 Sept 1892, 13 months
Dorothy May, d, 10 Sept 1918, 23
Elizabeth his widow & wife of the late
George BARKER, 11 August 1929, 63

A10. Henry HARRISON, 8 Oct 1904, 71
Matilda, w, 19 July 1884, 52

A11. Frederick HALL,
4th s/o William & Elizabeth HALL,
late of Cirencester, 22 June 1840 - 15 June 1902
Martha, w, 16 March 1899 [no age given]

A12. Hester, w/o W.L. COOKE,
22 Oct 1910, 83
William Lawrence, above, of this parish,
17 Feb 1830 - 19 August 1898, 68

A13. Lieutenant General R.B. HAWLEY, C.B,
Colonel Commandant, Kings Royal Rifle Corps,
Formerly Lieut Colonel Commanding
4th Battn, 60th Rifles, 5 August 1898, 77

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