Some Memorial Inscriptions - Rangemore, Staffordshire
All Saints Churchyard and War Memorial

Latest Additions New 9th July 2006
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.
A1. William Eugene MELLEY,
Of Needwood House,
17 Jan 1883 - 20 Feb 1955

A2. Arthur Malcolm Augustus BAILLIE,
4 July 1896 - 14 Feb 1963
Rosemary, w, 27 Sep 1903 - 31 May 1987

A3. Colonel, Ian Bruce BAILLIE,
The Life Guards,
18 Jan 1928 - 28 Nov 1978
son of Major the Hon. Arthur BAILLIE

A4. Double Plot
Andrew GOVAN, 20 Aug 1788 - 27 Jan 1882

Next Grave
Charlotte GOVAN, wife
She thought and acted more for others than
herself, and the sorrow of her surviving friends
is moderates by the assurance that her firm and
stedfast faith in the merits of her redeemer has
gained her a place in the realms of everlasting
happiness. Died 5 March 1876, 65

A5. Elizabeth, w/o John DAKIN,
Of Highlands Park, 10 June 1909, 71
John DAKIN, the above, 20 Feb 1919, 82

A6. Walter E. McGIBBON,
Of The Deanery Farm, Rangemore,
20 Sep 1907, 72
Janet, w, 10 April 1925, 82

A7. James McGIBBON,
Of Deanery Farm, Rangemore,
18 March 1926
Emily, w, 5 Oct 1947, 69

A8. Anne McDonald,
w/o James BEATTIE,
of Byrkley, Burton on Trent,
8 Oct 1905, 74
James BEATTIE, 22 Jan 1913, 88

A9. George SAVAGE, h/o
Late Hannah SAVAGE,
31 Jan 1910, 73

A10. Hannah SAVAGE, w/o George SAVAGE,
27 May 1901, 63

A11. Annah Maria SHILTON,
10 March 1896, 40

A12. Harriet SHILTON, 19 Dec 1885, 51
Thomas SHILTON, 1 June 1888, 53
In affectionate remembrance of
beloved parents

A13. William STONEHOUSE,
Of Rangemore, 3 March 1895, 67
Jane, w, 21 Dec 1884, 67

A14. William BENNETT, 5 March 1913, 70
William Henry BENNETT, s/o above,
J.B. BENNETT, 2nd Lieut. Notts & Derby Regt,
Fell in action in France, 11 April 1917
Buried at St Leger, aged 40

A15. Charles YEOMAN, 6 March 1932, 75
Elizabeth, w, 6 Dec 1936, 82

A16. Joseph COATES of Tatenhill Lane,
5 Aug 1885, 62
He was a patient in long suffering

A17. Mary VERNON, 14 Sep 1889, 62
Mary Ellen VERNON,
8 April 1877, 17

A18. Edith, child of John & Jane RUTLAND,
5 Dec 1890, 6yrs

A19. James SHILTON, 3 April 1877, 56

A20. John STEANE, 12 April 1887, 74

A21. George WATTS,
Born Jan XXX MDCCCLII
Died Oct XXL MDCCCLXXXV
[Ed: day as recorded is invalid -
doesn't compute to a Roman Numeral]


A22. Dorothy DAKIN,
2 April 1825 - 27 April 1903
Ann KIRK, 29 Nov 1882, 81

A23. Charles STONEHOUSE,
Of Rangemore, 14 Dec 1892, 67

A24. Joseph BAILEY, of Callingwood,
18 Dec 1874 - 22 Dec 1936

A25. Mildred, w/o Joseph BAILEY,
Of Callingwood, 18 Jan 1878 - 26 July 1948

A26. John ALLSOP, 5 Jan 1912, 62
Annie, w, 18 March 1918, 65

A27. Annie ASTLE, 14 May 1951, 77
William ASTLE, 13 Feb 1953, 75

A28. Frances, w/o Theophilus SHILTON,
Of Rangemore, 13 March 1910, 82
Theophilus SHILTON, 5 May 1911, 82

A29. Thomas, h/o Frances DICKEN,
Of Rangemore, 30 Sep 1909, 49
Frances, the above,
10 May 1864 - 19 March 1946

A30. Herbert HACKETT, 28 April 1961, 77
Ellen Grace HACKETT, w/o Herbert,
28 June 1979, 88

A31. The Revd, William Philip SMEETH. M.A,
of Rangemore 23 June 1831 - 14 Aug 1881

A32. Clare Eliza SMEETH, 25 Aug 1892, 63

A33. Mary Elizabeth, w/o Arthur Morton BRAMELL,
7 Feb 1873 - 26 Jan 1950
Arthur Morton BRAMELL,
23 May 1878 - 13 July 1951

A34. Michael Arthur BASS grave
Here resting Michael Arthur, 1st Baron Burton
Of Rangemore, born 12 Nov 1837, died 1 Feb 1909
also of Harriet Georgina his wife, born 20 May 1841, Died 21 Jan 1931

A35. Michael Thomas BASS of Rangemore born A.D 6 July 1799, died 29 April 1884
Eliza Jane, w born A.D, 2 Nov 1812, died 7 Aug 1897

A36. Nellie Lisa BASS,
Baroness Burton
only d/o Baron Burton [BURTON],
27.12.1873 - 28.5.1962
[We have a Photograph of the BASS Gravestone]


WAR MEMORIAL
B1.
Remember the Loyal and Gallant men of the Rangemore Roll of Service
who gave their lives for their country and for the cause of liberty and right
In the Great War, 1914 - 1919 / Death is swallowed up in Victory
1915
Harry WILDES, Colr Sergt, Royal Marine Light Infantry
1916
William BURNETT, Lieut Col, N.Staffs Regt, D.S.O.
Samuel LOWE, Pte, R.A.M.C.
Thomas BEEVERS, L/Cpl, 6th N.Staffs Regt
Percy GREATOREX,
Frank HOOPER
William G. GREEN
all Ptes, 8th N.Staffs Regt 6th, 7th & 8th Batt
Joseph Richard SIMPSON, L/Cpl, 7th N.Staffs Regt
Herbert LITHERLAND, Pte, York & Lanc Regt
John YEOMANS, Pte, 8th N.Staffs Regt
Walter MACEY, Pte, Kings Royal Rifles
Frederick HARRISON, Pte, 7th Suffolk Regt
1917
William Henry BENNETT, 2nd Lieut, Notts & Derby Regt
William DOE, Pte, 7th N.Staffs Regt
1918
Thomas Percy LOWE, L/Cpl, Armoured Car Section, R.E
William John BEE, MG, 3rd E. Yorks, Regt
Ethelbert MacBEAN, QMS, 15th Notts & Derby Regt
George TYRELL, Gunner, R.G.A
Alfred Ernest BOND, Pte, 9th Notts & Derby Regt (Signal)
1919
Joseph Frederick WARDLE, Lieut, R.E
Thomas DERBYSHIRE, L/Cpl, 1st S.Staffs Regt
Thomas HOOPER, Pte, A.S.C
William BAYLISS, Pte, 9th Inniskillen Fusiliers
Beacham SHARP, Pte 8th N.Staffs Regt
Robert Dow DICK, Pte Royal Fusiliers
Bertram FORSDYKE, Cpl, R.F.A
A grateful parish by the free will offerings of its people and other friends
Erects the cross to the Glory of God and the dear memory of its fallen
1914 - 1919
Their name liveth for evermore


Latest Additions New
The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 9th July 2006. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
C1. Frances DERBYSHIRE, 5 Sept 1942
George T. DERBYSHIRE, 19 Feb 1955

C2. Frances A. HASSENT, 21 Feb 1966, 55
David, h, 14 June 1982, 75

C3. John William PURSEGLOVE,
of Knightley Farm, 17 August 1937, 63

C4. Joseph BAILEY of Calling Wood,
18 Dec 1871 - 22 Dec 1936

C5. Mildred w/o Joseph BAILEY of Callingwood,
18 Jan 1878 - 26 July 1948

C6. Frank BAILEY (Callingwood) 1 Sept 1987.81
Tilda w, 1 Dec 2001 86

C7. John STOKES, 22 March 1908, 74
Elizabeth, w, 3 March 1931, 88

C8. Frances, w/o Theophilus SHILTON,
of Rangemore, 13 March 1910, 82
Theophilus, above, 5 May 1911, 82

C9. Thomas, w/o Frances DICKEN,
of Rangemore, 30 Sept 1909, 49
Frances, above, 10 May 1864 - 19 March 1946

C10. Colonel Ian Bruce BAILIE
The Life Guards, 18 Jan 1928 - 28 Nov 1978
s/o Major the Honourable Arthur BAILIE

C11. Dear daughter
Edwince Joy BROWN, 28 Dec 1975, 40

C12. Dear son
Douglas Alfred BROWN, 28 April 1975, 32

C13. George H. SHIPTON,
of Penny's Turn, Sherholt, 8 Sept 1960
Elizabeth, sister, 8 Jan 1977

C14. Brenda d/o Arthur & May
[looks like] (CIRSONY), 29 Nov 1944, 18

C15. John, h/o Lucy LOWE, 14 March 1941, 74
Lucy, above, 9 Jan 1956, 80

C16. Elizabeth, w/o Arthur William
PICKERSGILL, 19 Feb 1916, 55
Arthur William, above, 17 March 1933, 72

C17. Elizabeth w/o John DAKIN,
of Highlands Park, 10 June 1909, 71
John, above, 20 Feb 1919, 82

C18. Charlotte w/o Andrew COVAN, 5 March 1876, 65

C19. Andrew COVAN, 20 August 1788 - 27 Jan 1882

C20. Edward ABBRY, 28 Oct 1886, 82
Mary ABBRY, sister, 20 Jan 1953, 84

C21. Mary (Polly) w/o Arthur GARRETT, 5 March 1946, 72
Arthur, above, 20 Jan, 1953, 84

C22. Anne McDonald w/o James BEATTIE
Of Birkley, Burton on Trent, 8 Oct 1903, 74
James, above, 22 Jan 1913, 86

C23. Walter W. McGIBBON, The Deanery Farm,
Rangemore, 20 Sept 1907, 72
Janet, w, 10 April; 1925, 82

C24. James McGIBBON, The Deanery Farm,
Rangemore, 18 March 1926
Emily w, 5 Oct 1947, 69

C25. Susan SHORE, 15 Dec 1877, 58
John Lander SHORE, 25 May 1896, 77

C26. Ann WILKINSON, w/o John of this parish,
21 July 1896, 45

C27. Ann KIRK, 29 Nov 1882, 81

C28. Our dear mother
Dorothy DAKIN, 2 April 1825 - 27 April 1903

C29. George WATTS, Born Jan XXX MDCCCLII
Died Oct XXI MDCCCLXXXV

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