Some Memorial Inscriptions - Seighford, Staffordshire
St Chad's Churchyard

Latest Additions New 30th May 2007

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 7th November 2005. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
A1. John BODEN, 1 May 1875, 78
Sarah, w, 27 April 1874, 70
Joseph, s, 4 Dec 1854, 12

A2. Joseph MYATT, 29 Feb 1840, 53
Mary, w, 9 July 1892, 101

A3. CWG
45726 Pte A BECK,
N.Staffs Regt, 14 Dec 1918, 20

A4. George Ashton,
s/o Sophia WATSON of Doxey,
12 Jan 1858, 29
Elizabeth, d/o William & Sophia WATSON,
And sister of above, 10 Jan 1859, 16

A5. Francis ASHTON,
Of Doxey, XXIX Dec MDCCCXL. Aged LXXIII
[29 Dec 1860, 73]
Elizabeth, d, 7 Feb 1836, 28
William, s, 28 Dec 1840, 29
Thomas, s, died an infant

A6. Frances, w/o Edward YARDLEY,
Of Seighford, 12 Oct 1884, 43
Edward, above, 3 Dec 1887, 52

A7. Mary, w/o James YARDLEY,
22 March 1860, 60
James, above, 17 Feb 1887, 93

A8. Edward GHINN,
25 Years Headmaster of the Schools of Seighford,
5 Jan 1834 - 10 Jan 1899
Annie, w, 5 Feb 1836 - 19 April 1878
Herbert Forrester, s, killed by a fall from a Harvest Wagon,
14 Sept 1883, 8yrs
Edward Thomas Henry, s, 21 Jan 1872 - 6 Nov 1891


Latest Additions New
The following MIs were kindly contributed by Marion Hall, 30th May 2007.
B1. Memorial Wall Tablet in Seighford Church
In memory of Anthony TITLEY Esquire,
Eldest son of Anthony & Mary TITLEY,
late of Clanford Hall in this parish,
who died May 21st 1845, Aged 66 years
He resided for upwards of thirthy years
at Wortley Lodge near Leeds,
in the County of York.
of which town was a Magistrate,
and his remains are interred
in the family vault in the
churchyard at Addle near Leeds

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