Some Memorial Inscriptions - Winstone, Gloucestershire
St Bartholomew's Churchyard and War Memorial

War Memorial

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. Edwin Francis, s/o Francis John & Clara GIBBINS,
6.11.1869, 4 months
Kate Eliz, d, 16 March 1871, 5 months

A2. Mabel, d/o Francis John & Clara GIBBINS,
24.2. 1879, 9 months
William, s, 11 Jan 1880, 5 months
Edwin, s, 14 Jan 1882, 5 months

A3. Richard HAVILAND, 15 May 1875
Martha, w, 5 June 1872
Edward, s, 8 June 1872

A4. Jane, w/o James SAUNDERS,
10. Feb 1879, 68

A5. William CROSS of this parish,
Occupation, Victualler, 6 Jan 1872, 62
Eliz, w, 16 Dec 1820, 69

A6. John HAVILAND,
Died at Bidfield Farm, 22 April 1888, 44
Elizabeth Rebecca, w, 5 Dec 1930, 82

A7. Ann, w/o William SMITH,
7 April 1890, 65
she was the d/o the late John HALE,
of this parish.
William, above, 19 Jan 1895, 71

A8. Jane Elizabeth, infant d/o
William & Ruth SOUTHAM,
21 Oct 1864, 7 months

A9. James SAUNDERS, 28 Sept 1890, 83

A10. Amy Elizabeth, Wiee of Charles William CAMBRIDGE,
31 Jan 1893, 31
Also two infant daughters
[Auth: WIEE is correct, it has not been corrected]

A11. Alfred COMBE, 16 Jan 1886, 67

A12. Revd John LONGDEN,
68 Years Rector of this parish.
The duties of which he ably and
Conscientiously performed.
He died 3 Oct 1808, 93
Also Robert, s/o the Revd John &
Mary Barbara LONDDEN, 12 Dec 1790, 32

A13. William HAVILAND, Yeoman & Frances,
his late wife, of Cubberly,
She, 22 Sept 1766, 33
He, 23 Feb 1800, 70

A14. Richard BROWN,
Late of Stockwell Park, of Cowley, Yeoman,
6 Dec 1790, 77

A15. Edward Painter HAVILAND,
23 March 1811, 60

A16. John ABLE of this parish, a Baker,
4 August 1801, 70

A17. William MALPASS, 9 Jan 1907, 84
Annie, w, 10 May 1905, 77

A18. James BUTT, 8 May 1909, 84
Henry, s/o James & Sarah, 13 Nov 1923, 53

A19. Sarah, w/o James BUTT, 5 Oct 1925, 86

A20. William Guy NEWBURN, 23 Nov 1958, 78
Priscilla, w, 28 March 1981, 102

A21. Sarah Turk COX, nee HAVILAND,
15 March 1915

A22. Edith Sarah BUTT, 25 Nov 1918, 46

A23. James TRINDER, h/o Joanna,
8 Nov 1913, 62

A24. William Richard EVANS, 27 April 1915, 55
Agnes Emma, w, 12 Nov 1953, 59

A25. Mary, w/o John BRUNSDEN, Yeoman,
14 Nov 1765, 35
also 2 of their sons,
Richard, 24 March 1766, 5 months
Edward, 5 Sept 1770, 11yrs

A26. Thomas LIMBRICK, Carpenter,
& Mary his wife of this parish,
He dyed, 29 Jan 1737, 80
She dyed 17 Sept 1711, 46
Hugh, s, 19 June 1732, 37
Also, Charles John, Mary and two Alices,
their children

A27. Emma, w/o Thomas BLISS,
26 Jan 1886, 67
Thomas, above, 28 Nov 1886, 73


A28. CWG
Sergeant 293630, W REVILL, Royal Air Force,
28 July 1944, 43

At Foot of Stone
M.E.M. REVILL, wife,
30 Dec 1975, 74


INSIDE THE CHURCH
B1. Rev Frederick Williams HOHLER
For many years Rector of this parish,
who died July 19th 1871, 67
This tablet is placed by his loving children

B2. War Memorial on wall
To the Glory of God and in grateful memory of
Arthur Cecil BRIDGEMAN
Benjamin Edwin Percy HAYWARD
William Edward TRINDER
Albert John WILLIAMS
Who gave their lives in the Great War
1914 - 1919
"The glory died not, through the grief is past"
[We have a Photograph of the War Memorial]

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