Some Memorial Inscriptions - Hanbury, Staffordshire
St Werburgh's Churchyard and War Memorial

Note: All the stones in this Churchyard have been lifted and are placed around the edge either against the wall or on the ground. The other burial ground (Extended Churchyard) has not been touched.

War Memorial

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 9th June 2004. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
INSIDE THE CHURCH
A1. Hanbury & Wesleyan Sunday School
In grateful recognition of courage, devotion
and sacrifice in the Great War 1914 - 1919
currently enrolled 
William SMITH, Killed in ActionCharles BLURTON
Thomas HODGKINSON 
Thomas WATSON, Killed in ActionWilliam FAULKNER
Fred SHIPLEY 
Samuel WHEAT, Killed in ActionPercy FAULKNER
Percy MANSELL 
Albert TIPPER, died in SalonicaGeorge TENDERS
Harry MANSELL 
George TIPPERAmbrose TENDERS
Isaac HEATH 
Thomas TIPPERPercy MEAKIN
Percy CRIPWELL 
Herbert TIPPERWilliam WATSON
James RATCLIFFE 
Harry TIPPERFrank HODGKINSON

A2. Mary, widow of Thomas CHAWNER, Gent
Late of Denstone Hall, in this County
14 Jan 1842, 85
This tablet is erected by her two surviving
Children, Thomas CHAWNER & Mary WILLIAMS
Relict of that devoted and enterprising Missionary
To the South Sea Islands who was massacred by the
Natives of Erromanto, hazarding his life for the name
Of our Lord, Jesus Christ, 20 Nov 1839

A3. Thomas VILLIERS,
Descended from the ancient family
of the VILLIERS of Broksby in the County
of Leicester, 30 April A.D. 1640
Edward, s, bvried 14 Jan 1666
Thomas, s/o Edward VILLIERS,
bereaved 21 Avgvst 1686
Thomas, eldest s/o Thomas VILLIERS,
was bvried 11 Jvly 1666
Isaac, 3rd, s/o Thomas VILLIERS,
buried 20 Sept 1719
Dorothy VILLIERS, only daughter
of Thomas VILLIERS, bvried
1 Sep 1720, 82
John, 2nd s/o Thomas VILLIERS,
bvried 10 Jan 1726, 80

A4. Eustace Frank Fielden BRACE,
2nd Lieut 15/19 Kings Royal Hussars,
Killed in Action [in] Belgium, 18 May 1940, 20
Buried at Brusseghem
Annie Isobel BRACE,
of Coton Hall, 9 March 1944
And her daughter Edith Dorothy, 30 July 1957

A5. Alabaster or Marble Plaque on East Wall
Near to this place lieth the body of George TIMBRILL
The elder, who dyed the third day of Janvary. A.Dom. 1703
Who left the vse of the poor ten shillings yearly for ever viz
5 shillings to the poor of the village of Hanbvry and 5 shillings
to the poor of the village of Draycott to be paid every year
on St Thomas Day, ovt the profits of a peece of grovnd called
by the name of The Fivelands and adioyning on the west side
to the croft or cow pastvre belonging to Paynters Tenement
sitvate within the Manor of Hanbvry
[We have a Photograph of the Timbrill Plaque]

A6. Brass Plaque
Hanc Fenestram Mariae RAM
Natae: Duodevicesimo Die Decembris MDCCCXLIX
[b. 20 Dec 1849]
Mortuae Septimo Decim Mall MDCCCLXXXIX
[d. 7 Dec 1889] Digant Moerentes
Georgianna Maria BOOTHBY Mater
Carolus Edwardus BOOTHBY Viitricus
[Ed: Charles Edward BOOTHBY mar Georgiana Mary ANSON
at Marylebone, London, 27 Sep 1855, ex IGI]


A7. In memory of the Reverend Hugh BAILYE, A.M
Upwards of forty years Minister of the Parish,
And Canon Residentiary of Lichfield Cathedral,
9 June 1833, 72
Ann, w, 12 Jan 1834, 76
[We have a Photograph of the Tomb of Hugh Bailye]

A8. John WILSON, Esq
A Christian husband, father and friend
25 March 1839 at Barton under Needwood in this
County, 46, leaving a widow and five infant daughters
to mourn their irreparable loss

A9. Underneath is Interred the remains of
Ralph ADDERLEY of Cotton, Efq
30 Nov 1751, 76
Lettice, his wife who was the daughter
of Thomas KYNNERSLEY of Loxley in the
County of Staffordshire, Efq, 22 March 1766, 86
They had ifsue
Lettice, married to Bowyer ADDERLEY of
Hamsiny, County of Warwick, Efq
and Jane, married to the
Revd Henry Offley WRIGHT
Of Mobberley in the County of Chefter [Chester]

A10. In Honoured memory of
Eustace Frank Feilden BRACE
2nd Lieutenant, 15th/19th The Kings Royal Hussars,
Killed in Action in Belgium,
18 May 1940, aged 20
Buried at Brusseghem

A11. Near this place in hope or resurrection to eternal life
Repose the mortal remains of John BOTT, Esq
21 April 1863, at Cotton Hall this parish, 61
This tablet is placed to his beloved memory and by
his affectionate children

A12. In the East Corner of this churchyard
are deposited the mortal remains of
Susanna Maria the beloved wife of John BOTT, Esq
and youngest daughter of the late Major ARDEN,
of the 3rd King's Own Light Dragoons
of Longcroft Hall, in this County
She died on the 17th day of March 1859
at Cotton Hall in this parish in the 57th year of her life
This tablet is placed to her memory by
her affectionate husband & children

A13. John Henry BOTT
Who with two of his schoolfellows was accidentally drowned
while bathing at Seaport near Liverpool on the 26 Aug 1840
Aged 12 years & 11 months
also
Charles Edward BOTT
Late 2nd Lieut of 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade
Who died after an illness of only five days at Toronto in Upper Canada
on 30 Jan 1840, aged 23
This sad memorial of two beloved sons is erected
by their bereaved parents John & Susanna Maria BOTT,
resident at Coton Hall in this parish
In the adjoining churchyard are interred the remains of
Frederick William & Frances Alethea Catherine,
children of the above John & Susannah Maria BOTT
Both of whom died in infancy

A14.
HANBURY WAR MEMORIAL
Erected by parishioner and friends in proud and thankful memory
of the men who died for their country in the Great War
1914 - 1919
Edward BROUGHMarshall MARTIN
Edwin BROUGHTONJames NASH
Edmund Hall BUCKLEYJohn S. RICHARDSON
Harry CARTERThomas RICHARDSON
George CAUSERHenry Ellis ROBINSON
Samuel Charles EVANSJohn Yate ROBINSON
William HARRISONWilliam SMITH
Thomas HARRISJoseph SOWTER
Robert LEADBETTERAlbert Edward TIPPER
Ethelbert McBEANWilliam UPTON
Charles Edwin MARLERThomas WATSON
Joseph William MARLERSamuel WHEAT
"The Souls of the righteous are in the hand of God"
"They are in peace"
1939 - 1935
Samuel ABBERLEYStanley G. GAME
John T. BAILEYBernard HASSANT
Eustance H.F. BRACEJ. Edward RUSHTON
Alan S. DUROSERupert V. STONIER
W. DEUCHARASLouis UPSTONE
Henry C. FAIRBANKSGeoffrey WHITTAKER

A15.
Hanbury Explosion at 11.11 am 27 Nov 1944 at Fauld
A list of those who lost their lives.
APPLETON, H. JohnGENT William
PICKERING, Samuel 
BARKER, EdwardGILBERT, Alma Omar
POWELL, George H 
BEARD, JamesGOODWIN, Maurice
PRIESTLEY, George 
BELL JosephGOODWIN, Mary
REDFERN, John 
BOWERING, FredHARRIS, Arthur
ROCK, F. George 
BRASSINGTON, JamesHARRISON, F.W
SANDERS, Tom 
CARTER, HaroldHILL, Harry John
SHEPHERD, Henry 
CARTWRIGHT, FrankHILL, Sarah L
SHEPHERD, William H 
CARTWRIGHT, ReginaldHOGG, Charles Edmund
SHIPLEY, Alfred A 
CAMPBELL, FredHUDSON, Thomas
SKELLETT, J.W 
CHAWNER, SydneyKIDD, William
SLATER, J. William 
COKAYNE Lawrence GMAHON, Gerald A
SMITH, Elizabeth 
COOPER, JosephMELLOR, Albert W
SMITH, George 
COOPER, PercyMILES, J. Russell
STANLEY, Bert H 
DANIELS, L.W. GustaveNICKLIN, Frederick
WAGSTAFF, Robert 
FELL EdgarPAGE, Ernold Alfred
WEST, John W 
FELL, BenjaminPAGE, George
WEST, Stephen 
FORD, WilliamPAGE, Philip
WOOLEY, Edmund 
FROW, LewisPATTERSON, Ambrose
WORTHINGTON, Norman 
Sgt Stanley G, GAMEL.A.C. John T. BAILEY Cpl
Alan S. DUROSE 
L.A.C. Henry C. FAIRBANKS 
L.A.C. W, DEUCHARAS 
Mrs Lilian Emma CROOK and Mrs Nellie FORD who died subsequently


OUTSIDE THE CHURCH
B1. Elizabeth, w/o John LAWTON of Cotton Hill,
25 April 1815, 23

B2. Joseph FERNYHOUGH,
Late of Yoxall, Surgeon,
23 Sep 1845, 46
Daniel Edward, only child of Joseph & Mary,
13 Nov 1837, 5 weeks

B3. Thomas SHARRATT, 9 July 183* (4), 46
Elizabeth, his mother, 4 Sep 1837, 86
Richard SHARRATT, h, 6 Mar 1839, 85

B4. James UPTON,
Late of Stubby Lane,
14 Aug 1837, 65

B5. Mary WATSON, 4 May 1847, 13

B6. John MARLER,
Native of Sheepy, Leicestershire,
Late of Hanbury Woodend,
2 Dec 1851, 71
Helah, w, 28 Feb 1871, 80

B7. Richard POOLE, 2 June 1833, 72

B8. Joseph MARLER,
Of Linbrook Farm, 16 Feb 1854, 36

B9. John BOWIN,
Late of Tatenhill Lane,
13 Aug 1852, 65

B10. Eliza HUNT, d/o John & Mary HUNT,
Of Hanbury Park, died at Fauld Hall,
13 Aug 1822, 23

B11. Louisa HUNT, 3rd d/o
John & Mary, of Hanbury Park,
6 July 1817, 16

B12. Elizabeth, w/o Charles RICHARDSON,
2 Dec 1878, *2 (8)
William, Richard & Mo*e, their children,
who died in infancy
Charles, their youngest son who died
at Upper Tean, 5 April 1870, 37

B13. Thomas Trundley FORD,
Late of Moreton in this parish,
22 Aug 1800 - 25 June 1853
Ann FORD, w, 12 July 1800 - 26 June 1853

B14. William HOLLIS,
Late of Fauld, 4 Aug 1804, 54

B15. Sarah, w/o Humphrey HOLLIS,
9 May 1822, 26
Thomas, s, 1 Aug 1822,

B16. Walter HOLLIS,
Late of Edengale Field, 28 July 1820, 38
Also two infants, Caroline & Hannah Maria,
d/o the above named Walter HOLLIS & Hannah his wife,
Caroline, 22 Oct 1822, 11 months
Hannah Maria, 31 Jan 1827, 12 days

B17. Elizabeth, w/o Thomas HOLLIS,
1 July 1845, 59

B18. Thomas HOLLIS,
Late of this parish, 7 Sep 1850, 54
James, s, 11 Sep 1832, 15

B19. Thomas HOLLIS, a Gent,
Late of Hanbury, 13 May 1844, 86
Mary, w, 5 March 1830, 75

B20. John HOLLIS of Morton, 25 Jan 1826, 22

B21. Mary, relict of John HUNT, of Hanbury Park,
died at Tutbury, 22 May 1849, 77

B22. John HUNT, of Hanbury,
[unable to read any more, stone has sunk
propped against the wall]


B23. Thomas HUNT,
Eldest s/o John & Mary of Hanbury Park,
28 Oct 1818, 25

B24. William Henry HUNT,
s/o John & Mary, of Hanbury Park,
died at Fauld Hall, 1803, 18

B25. John HUNT of Fauld Hall, 6 Jan 1826, 31
He was the last surviving son of the, late John & Mary

B26. Ann, w/o Tomas ROSE, 27 Oct 1842, 73

B27. Thomas ORM, late of Fauld,
s/o William & Mary ORM,
of the same place, 12 June 1833, 80
Hannah, w/o Thomas ORM,
Late of Fauld, Gent,
18 Jan 1850, 85

B28. Barbara, w/o Henry RICHARDSON,
& youngest d/o Mary DEAVILLE,
all from the parish of Hanbury,
25 Aug 1879, 65
Mary, 2nd, w/o Henry RICHARDSON,
23 Jan 1883, 69

B29. Hannah, w/o John POOLE,
Of Stubby Lane, 31 Aug 1878, 57

B30. Ann HOULBROOK,
Late of Doveridge in the County of Stafford,
2 April 1850 77
Thomas, s, 20 May 1862, 67
[Ed: Doveridge is mainly co. Derby]

B31. Susanna, w/o Thomas ARCHER,
Of Coton, 8 May 1844, 81
Thomas, the above, 23 Feb 184*, 82

B32. Henry ARCHER of Coton,
8 Oct 1839, 56
Edward, his son, died an infant,
8 Aug 1821

B33. Robin ARCHER and Ann his wife,
Late of Coton,
He, 23 Sep 1813, 83
She, 8 Dec 1812, 72

B34. Charlotte, w/o Thomas NYE,
10 Aug 1871, 58

B35. Emily, d/o Thomas & Charlotte NYE,
Of Holly-Bush, 19 Aug 1856, *6 [* looks like 6] (66)
[Auth: It appears she was married, but
unable to decipher who it was]


B36. John WOLLEY,
Of Draycott, 29 Dec 1788, 68
Thomas, s/o John & Mary WOLLEY,
6 March 1790, 30

B37. Joseph ALLEN 2 Jan 1789, 44

B38. Hannah, w/o Thomas COOK,
7 Dec 1778, 33

B39. Here lieth the body of Ralph SMITH,
Who departed life 3 Feb 1713 A.D

B40. Here lyeth the body of Lydia SMITH,
w/o Ralph SMITH, of Cohron fhee,
4 Oct 1720, 46
[Ed: pass on this place name - can't find anything like it!]

B41. Aaron COPLAND,
Of Hanbury, 12 Sep 1800, 72
Elizabeth, w, [stone has sunk]

B42. Caroline, w/o Joseph SHELLEY,
Late of Hanbury Woodend,
26 March 1844, 33
also of their two daughters namely
Hannah died October 22nd 1830 aged 10 months
Caroline died April 2nd 1844 aged 16 months

B43. Mary, d/o James & Ann STARKEY,
7 Oct 1784, **

B44. [Head-Stone, damaged, but in situ]
Katherine Anne, widow of
John WILSON by who side she is laid,
having passed to her rest 14 June 1872
At Barton under Needwood, aged 66

B45. [Tomb Stone in situ]
John WILSON, Esq, 25 March 1880
At Barton under Needwood in this
County aged 46

B46. [Tomb Stone in situ]
Hugh BAILYE, A.M
Canon of Lichfield, Vicar of Hanbury,
9 June 1834, aged 72
Ann, w, 12 Jan 1834, 76
[Auth: Note inside the church he died 1833,
and inscription states 1834]


B47. Charles, s/o Thomas & Hannah ORM,
Of Fauld, 12 Jan 1851, 20

B48. Martha ORM,
d/o Thomas & Hannah of Fauld,
7 Jan 1833, 28

B49. William Joseph BARBER,
s/o Joseph & Ann BARBER,
17 April 1878, 4yrs

B50. Samuel, 2nd s/o
John & Frances THOMAS,
of St Stephens, Cornwall,
He died at Stoke on Trent,
in this County, 26 Sep 1841, **
[Ed: there are two places named St Stephens in Cornwall]

B51. Thomas SWINDALL,
s/o Joseph & Mary, of Newborough,
25 Nov 1840, 45

B52. Joseph SWINDALL, late of Newborough,
4 June 1864, 85
Mary, w, 15 March 1849, 73

B53. Martha, w/o Thomas SMITH,
23 Sep 1837, 89

B54. Hannah, w/o John PHILLIPS,
Of Hanbury Woodend, 9 April 1865, 57
Catherine, d, 12 March 1858, 11

B55. Mary HALL,
Of Waterfall, late of Stubby Lane,
26 June 1865, 62
Lydia HALL, of Stubby Lane,
1 Oct 1877, 76

B56. John HALL, 11 June 1871, 61

B57. Henry HALL, of Moreton,
31 Dec 1881, 57
Alice, widow, 21 Nov 1905, 73

B58. Jane, w/o Robert WOOLLEY,
of The Moat, 30 March 1844, 61

B59. William Henry MARTIN,
26 Dec 1879, 2 yrs

B60. John CLARKE, 2 June 1852, 60

B61. Mary JACKSON,
Who died in this parish,
20 Aug 1849, 75

B62. Thomas George, s/o
Christopher & Anne FOSTER,
Of Hanbury Park, 7 June 1865, 4yrs
Sarah, d, 29 Oct 1860, 12 months

B63. Mary FOSTER, w/o Thomas,
27 Dec 1855, 45
Frederick, s, 15 Oct 1855, 14

B64. George WAKELIN,
Late Master of Newborough School,
22 Oct 1851, 62
Edwin, s, late Master of Hanbury School,
10 Dec 1858, 55

B65. John WAKELIN, of Hanbury,
28 June 1829, 49
Jane, w, 19 June 1868, 84
William, eldest son, 4 Nov 1861, 57
John, youngest son, 3 Aug 1861 58

B66. Mary WAKELIN,
Of Hanbury, 20 April 1875, 57

B67. Thomas HOLLIS,
Of Hanbury Cottage in this parish,
28 May 1857, 40
George, his son, 8 July, in the same year, age **

B68. Hannah, w/o William EDWARDS,
Who died in Birmingham, 17 Dec 1887, 53

B69. John TURNER of Stubby Lane,
30 Dec 1879, 58

B70. Elizabeth, w/o Matthew WALWYN,
of The Riddings, 5 Oct 1864, 78

B71. Thomas WALWYN,
Of Fauld Hall, 25 April 1874, 84

B72. Isaac ORM, late of Fauld,
3 May 1836, 64

B73. George COLTMAN, 29 Nov 1870, 32

B74. Mary ALLEN, w/o John ALLEN,
Late of Draycott and sister to
William RICHARDS, 28 Jan 1821, 82
William RICHARDS,
Late of Draycott, 27 Jan 1817, 78

B75. Willm COPE,
Late of Stubby Lane, 4 March 1851, 81
Jane, w, 26 May 1844, 71

B76. Thomas DEAVILLE,
Of Hanbury, 11 Oct 1873, 62

B77. Mary SMITH, w/o Joseph of Coton,
11 July 1834, 54

B78. Thomas HAWKESWORTH,
Late of Duffey Lane, 14 Aug 1839, 61
Ann, relict of the above,
14 Sep 1866, in Birmingham at the
residence of her son William and was interred here
20 Sep 1866, aged 84

B79. Hannah JERROME, 20 Feb 1866, 24
Eli BENNETT, 9 Aug 1874, 26

B80. Caroline, d/o Daniel & Hannah RILEY,
Late of Lin-brook,
27 June 1846, 30
"The Maid is not dead but sleepeth"

B81. James HARRISON,
Late of Draycott, 30 Aug 1841, 80
Mary, w, 1 March 1832, 71

B82. Jane, d/o Thomas & Elizabeth BANIFTER [BANISTER],
Of Yaxall 19 March 1780, 15

B83. George STUBBS, 12 June 1871, 86
Mary, w, 7 March 1867, 72

B84. Jane, relict of George THORLEY,
7 April 1871, 54

B85. Benjamin WALLIS,
2 Aug 1803 - 26 Mar 1876
Arthur, s, 6 **** 1846 - 1878
[Auth: stone has eroded]

B86. Joseph WOOLLEY & Sarah his wife,
She died Feb 1797, 66
He died 2 Feb 1791, 73
Elizabeth, their d, 3 Sep 1790, 29

B87. William WITHERS,
Twenty one years a member of
the Hanbury Church Choir,
27 July 1868, 62

B88. John BAKE_WELL,
Of Draycott Mill 6 June 1860, 65
Louisa 7 Feb 1885, 72

B89. John RICHARDSON,
Born at Burton-on-Trent 10 Oct 1799
Died at King's Standing, 23 Feb 1877
Elizabeth RICHARDSON,
Born at Burton-on-Trent May 1808
Died at King's Standing 13 Feb 1883
[Ed: Kingstanding appears to be in Warwickshire]

B90. John WILSON Esq,
Died at Barton under Needwood,
25 March 1839, 46

B91. George CORBETT, 10 Jan 1851, 52
Elizabeth, w, 28 Nov 1855, 68
Upwards of 30 years Master of Hanbury Free School
Also two sons George & Thomas,
George, 11 June 1847, 27
Thomas 8 Sep 1852, 25

B92. Thomas HARRISON,
Hanbury Woodend 26 March 1836 49
Frances, w, 19 Oct 1836, 68
William, their only son, 23 March 1837, 23

B93. James SHAW 26 Oct 1836, 66
Sarah, w, 2 Oct 1848, 84

B94. Sarah STANLEY, 27 Feb 1855, 16

B95. Charles, s/o George & Catherine DUNN,
24 May 1871, 54
Henry, 21 Feb 1866, 27

B96. Mary, d/o Joseph & Elizabeth ABBERTON,
10 April 1835, 42
[Auth: Another bad day at the office, the stone mason
did not know what year he was in, and has inscribed 18335]


B97. Mary Ann, d/o Joseph & Elizabeth ABBERTON,
16 Feb 1837, 2yrs & 10 months
[Auth: Note the above "2 ABBERTON" inscription,
are correct but the dates and years appear to be incorrect]


B98. William ARCHER, 18 Oct 1831, 36
Mary, w, 15 June 1828, 34

B99. Susanna, w/o William MOSEDALE,
Of King's Standing, 30 May 1867, 74
Eliza, d, 3 Feb 1865, 30

B100. Sarah, relict of John WATSON,
2 Nov 1862, 57
John Watson, 23 Jan 1859, 61

B101. Joseph ABBERLEY,
30 May 1847, 72

B102. Elizabeth, w/o Joseph ABBERLEY,
4 Feb 1863, 72

B103. Richard WILLIAMS, 1 Feb 1841
Having lived 38 in the service of
R J HARPER, Esq of New Lodge,
Sarah, d, 8 July 1834, 31

B104. William ALLSOP,
Of Hanbury Woodend, 9 Sept 1804 57
Mary, w, 6 May 1832, 86
Joseph MARLER, grandson
of William & Mary ALLSOP,
9 Nov 1828, 14
Thomas ROWBOTHAM,
s/o Jonathan & Ann ROWBOTHAM,
late Newborough Hall, 21 April 1863, 33

B105. John CARTER, 12 Feb 1848, 80
Ann, w, 20 Jan 1824 50

B106. George WARD, 25 May 1847, 43

B107. Charles BANISTER, 18 Jan 1847, 19
Ann BANISTER, 15 April 1843, 14
Aaron BANISTER, 12 May 1843, 8 months
Sarah BANISTER, 4 April 1845, 15
James BANISTER, 6 Nov 1846, 11

B108. Jonathan ROBOTHAM,
Late of Newborough Hall, 19 April 1837, 63
Ann, w, died at Agardsley, 3 Feb 1865, 75

B109. Richard HARDY, late of Draycott,
15 June 1820, 68
Elizabeth, w, 17 Oct 1833, 78

B110. John LAWLEY, of Colter Hill,
7 May 1858, 71
Mary, 2nd w, 23 Nov 1850, 62

B111. Mary, w/o George REY, 24 Mar 1855, 43

B112. Daniel GRICE, 19 March 1858, 75
Elizabeth, relict, 30 April 1867, 83

B113. Thomas Trundley FORD,
Late of Morton, 20 Oct 1847, 80
Mary, w, 16 May 1845, 69

B114. Richard Francis MOORE, 12 July 1838, 24

B115. Catherine SHARRATT, 19 Nov 1857, 78

B116. John WOOLLEY of Hanbury,
11 Nov 1838, 71

B117. Aaron BANISTER,
35 years Parish Clerk of this church,
12 April 1837, 72
Mary, w, 18 May 1834, 72

B118. Benjamin SOARS, 21 Nov 1842, 61

B119. June WOODINGS of Newborough,
13 April 1861, 66

B120. William CARTER,
Native of Rollestone, 14 July 1823, 63

B121. Mary, w/o James BAKER,
Of Newborough, 17 Feb 1850, 70

B122. James BAKER, of Newborough,
23 Dec 1854, 74

B123. Thomas, s/o Thomas & Jane DAKIN,
27 July 1777, 70

B124. Richard, only child of
Richard & Hannah WOODINGS,
of Newborough, 8 April 1853, 6yrs

B125. John HARRIS,
Late of Castle Haze, 18 Oct 1815, 61
Mary, w, 1 Dec 1836, 74

B126. Mary, w/o John HUNT,
19 Feb 1802, 61
Frances Ann JACKSON,
7 Jan 1804, 30

B127. John HUNT of Hanbury Park,
19 Nov 1805, 38

B128. Mary, d/o Thomas & Sarah HOLLINS,
19 April 1781, 20

B129. Charles LOYD, 13 July 1770, 52
John, s, 22 July 1770, 23

B130. William HOLLIS,
Of Hanbury Woodend, 17 Sep 1858, 74

B131. Thomas THORLEY, 15 March 1751 (no age)

B132. William, s/o John MOSEDALE,
Sep 1731, 15

B133. John MILLS of Newborough,
19 April 1807, 87
Ann, w, 20 Nov 1797, 77
James MILLS, s/o James & Ann MILLS,
17 Dec 1807, 11


EXTENDED CHURCHYARD
C1. Eric George HARMER, 15 Oct 1988, 61

C2. Joseph Wilfred HARRISON,
2 Nov 1951, 69
Ida, w, 7 March 1968, 91
Violet L. BROWN,
21.1.1988, 88

C3. Henry ALLPORT, 9 Oct 1958, 67
Amy Ellen ALLPORT, 2 June 1967, 82

C4. Thomas William COLLINGTON,
13 May 1953, 62
Beatrice May, w, 4 Nov 1957, 63

C5. Mary Kirk COLLIER, 13 Dec 1951, 80
William, h, of Stubby Lane Draycott in the Clay,
30 March 1963, 82

C6. Fred BARNETT, 8 June 1978 (no age)

C7. Arthur Cecil BARLOW,
17 Nov 1956, 84
Laura Emily, w, 18 Feb 1962, 83

C8. Mildred MARLER,
7 June 1900 - 8 July 1990, 90

C9. Walter Cecil BUCKLEY,
26 Sep 1957, 47
Mary Isabel BUCKLEY,
22 Feb 1999, 84

C10. David, s/o George & Edna RUSHTON,
2 May 1963, 20
George RUSHTON, 31 Jan 1973, 76
Charlotte Edna, his wife, 29 Nov 1980, 82

C11. James Edgar Moreton TAYLOR,
"Jim" 24 Nov 1983, 56
Susanne Mary (Sue) 19 July 1999, 69

C12. Bertha STUBBS,
of Hazeldale, Marchington,
3 July 1964, 81
Charles STUBBS, 16 Dec 1965, 85

C13. Ruth Mary GRICE, 22 Oct 1965, 80
John William GRICE, 2 Dec 1972, 85

C14. Frederick George COLLINGTON,
11 Oct 1966, 47

C15. Elsie GALLAGHER,
6 Jan 1970, 62
Harry GALLAGHER, h,
16 Sep 1994, 90

C16. Horace W. UTTING, B.E.M,
24 Sep 1968, 70
Gladys May, w, 5 March 1971, 62

C17. Charles BOND, 6 April 1970, 57
Hilda May, w, 17 May 1978, 65

C18. John Edward SCARROTT,
5 March 1973, 75
Kathleen Mary MARLER,
Schoolteacher,
20 June 1912 - 25 Aug 1984

C19. Douglas George DOUGLAS,
15 Dec 1966, 51
Dorothy Ethel, w, 4 Feb 2002, 85

C20. Ernest HARTSHORNE,
17 April 1963, 80
Martha, w, 13 Aug 1972, 88

C21. Audrey Louisa JOHNSON,
nee LINDSEY, 2 Sep 1983, 56
Edward Stephen JOHNSON "Ted", h,
9 Dec 1988, 79

C22. John W. SLANEY,
Of Woodgate Farm, 22 April 1967, 78
Always remembered by Mary SLATER

C23. DOWNING
In proud and loving memory of
our dear and only son,
Robert John,
Petty Officer R.N
Who died so tragically
10 June 1968, aged 25
Harry, father, 3 Feb 1980, 73
Etty, w/o Harry, Jan 1987

C24. Harry William LOCKER,
20 Dec 1975, 80

C25. Ellen Mary WHITTAKER,
24 March 1976, 78
Stephen, h, 13 May 1982, 76

C26. Mary Elizabeth BUTTON,
20 July 1902 - 21 Nov 1976
Samuel Walter, h,
23 Sep 1902 - 23 Dec 1988

C27. Richard Paul HANSON,
Died Tragically 4 Aug 1977, 16
Such a young life came to an end,
he died as he lived every ones friend
deep in our hearts you will always stay
loved and remembered every day

C28. Rose Mary HANSON, 1 Sep 1980, 78
George Edward, h, 6 Jan 1981, 80

C29. Maggie Jane LOCKER, 2 Nov 1976, 57
Thomas Henry, h, 29 Oct 1985, 63

C30. William Samuel THOMPSON,
18 April 1973, 78
Sarah Ellen, w, 18 Feb 1979, 86

C31. Henry HALL, 1 Jan 1900 - 13 April 1970
Adeline Rachel HALL, 22 June 1893 - 6 July 1972

C32. Arthur HARRIS, 28 Dec 1980, 78
Dora Irene, 12 May 1983, 80

C33. Hilda May KIRK,
22 June 1981, 65
Fredrick George KIRK,
1 May 1989, 77

C34. Annie Marjorie NEWBOLD, 1910 - 1990
John Clement Irving NEWBOLD (Dick), 1916 - 2000

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