Some Memorial Inscriptions - Pendock, Worcestershire
The Old Church & its Churchyard

Note: the dedication of the Church is unknown. It has been vested in the Churches Conservation Trust since 1987.

Go to Latest Additions New 11th April 2008

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Rosemary Lockie, 1st December 2007.
INSIDE THE CHURCH
A1. Wall Plaque
To the memory of the
Revd. William WADLEY
Who died Oct 1784, Rector of this Parish
for nearly 50 years
And whose remains were interred near this spot.
He was much respected & loved

A2. West Window
Neither shall there be any more pain
For the former things are passed away
To the Memory of the Revd. W.S. SYMONDS Rector of Pendock

A3. East Window
To the Glory of God and in memory of
Samuel KENT died June 4th 1847 aged 57

A4. Stained Glass Window
Caroline MELVILLE obiit 4 Feb 1858

A5. Stained Glass Window
To the Glory of God
and in reverent and dear memory of
William Arthur STRONG
Rector of this Parish 1888-1897

A6. Memorial Plaque
In Memoriam
Sir Joseph Dalton HOOKER
O.M. G.C.S.I C.B., M.D.
D.C.L., L.L.D., E.R.S., &c. &c. &c.
1817-1911.
Sometime Director of the
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
"The Works of the Lord are great,
sought out of all them that have
pleasure therein." Ps. CXI. v2.

A7. Wall Plaque
In Memoriam
Mary Ann PARRY
Died August 19. 1962
At St Leonards-on-Sea.
She lived for 47 years in the Service of the
Revd. W.S. SYMONDS, M.A. J.P. and Sir Joseph Dalton HOOKER
C.G.S.T. and was the devoted Nurse in his happy childhood
of Lieut Joseph Symonds HOOKER (12th Bengal Infantry)
By whom this Tablet is erected.
Blessed are they that do His Commandments that they may
Have right to the Tree of Life: and may enter in through
The Gates of the City Rev: 22.14.

A8. Wall Plaque - War Memorial
Pro Patria Mortui
In Grateful Memory of
William TEALE and
Christopher JAMES
who went out from Pendock
and died in the Sacred Cause
of Freedom and Honour 1914-18
Their Names Liveth for Evermore
[CWGC] Pvt William TEALE, 4 Bn Worcestershire Regt.
d. 23 Apr 1917.
Son of William TEALE, of Kirby Farm, Birtsmorton,
Tewkesbury, Glos., and the late Annie TEALE.

A9. Wall Plaque
In Loving Memory of
James CLARK,
For many years Guardian and Churchwarden
of this Parish
He was faithful in all he undertood and his
Sterling Character endeared him to all
He Passed away in a Sweet Sleep, Sep 11 1900
Erected by Neighbours and Friends

A10. Stained Glass Window
Sacred to the Memory of William & Mary SYMONDS of
Elsdon Herefordshire
Erected by their daughter M. TENNANT 1874.


OUTSIDE THE CHURCH
B1. In Loving Memory of / James CLARK
of Priors Court
who died September 11th 1900,
aged 76 years

B2. Brick Tomb
Ann MINIET (Widow) Relict
of Thomas MINIET late of ye Parish
of Tirley in that Countie of Gloucr
Gent is here Interred Februa
the 4th 1728 Aged 72 Years

B3. Wall Tablet
Near this Place
lye buryed Thomas son of Tho
IAKEMAN [JAKEMAN] of the Grove House
in this Parish Gent by Margaret
his Wife he was buried June 2d
1720 Aged XI Years and upwards
And Also Sarah their Daughter
She was buryed August the 7 1728
Aged about 6 months


Latest Additions New
The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 11th April 2008. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
C1. George Edwin SMITH of this parish
17/8/1910, 64
Harriet Jane, w, 11/2/1945, 95
Annie Marie SMITH, 14/12/1959, 75

C2. Sarah, w/o John JEYNES
22/9/1839, 43
Caroline JEYNES, d, 10/8/1853 [looks like 21]

C3. William JEYNES, 8/5/1864, 77

C4. Charles GOULDING, 1/10/1863, 81
Hannah, w, 5/12/1870, 86
John, s, 10/7/1977, 74
Ann, w/o John, 24/12/1878
John, [remainder has flaked off]

C5. John PEWTRIFS [PEWTRISS], 22 December 1802, 88
Deborah, w, 2 January 1784, 84
Mary, d/o Thomas & Sarah PEWTRIFS [PEWTRISS]
& w/o William PEWTRIFS [PEWTRISS], 10 November 1790, 54

C6. Thomas WEBB, 6 April 1827, 57
Amelia, w, 16 July 1820, 38
Also 2 children who died in infancy

C7. William BOULTER, 14 March 1875, 68
Mary, w, 23 March 1880

C8. John WEBB of this parish
s/o Thomas & Amelia WEBB, 2 April 1844, 41
Thomas, s, 22 January 1851, 39

C9. Sandstone memorial on North Wall
Near this place lye buried Thomas, s/o Thomas JAKEMAN
of the Cleeve-House in this parish, Gent, by Margarett his wife.
He was buried June 2nd 1729 age XI years and upwards
Also Sarah their daughter, she was buried August 7, 1728
aged about six months

C10. John NICHOLLS, 17 June 1893, 69
Jane, w, 23 September 1887, 57

C11. James PEMBER of Berrow
8 May 1886, 63
Caroline, w, 6 August 1884, 61
William, s, 31 March 1889, 47
George Sidney, 25 January 1891, 31

C12. Lt Colonel Duncan St Vincent GORDON, M.C
Who died at the Old Rectory, Pendock
24 February 1962, 65

Separate Memorial, same Grave
Louise GORDON, (Nan) 1905 - 1979

C13. Rose Edith GORDON, who died at the Old Rectory
Pendock, 29 October 1950, 82

C14. Margaret Hannah JOHNSTON
Widow of William Hamilton JOHNSTON
Late of Bedford who died at Pendock
21 January 1947, 85

C15. Edward Charles MASON, 1913 - 1976

C16. Elsie Marion WILKES 1892 - 1978

C17. Geoffrey George James YANDELL
Seed Merchant of Pendock, 1926 - 1983

C18. Lottie, d/o Thomas & Beatrice GREENWOOD
of Pendock Court, 16 June 1908, 24
William Harold, infant son, 16 April 1902, 6 weeks

C19. Stephen GODWIN, 16 January 18*6, 59

C20. William CLARKE, 15 January 1848, 80
Sarah, w, 21 May 1854, 71

C21. Thomas & Hannah JAKEMAN
of Cleeve of this parish, 10 August 1822
Hannah, w, 19 January 1806, 56

C22. Edward JAKEMAN Snr late of
Under Hill, in the parish of Berrow
25 May 1770, 49

C23. Warin SHEEN, 1 January 1845, 54

C24. Joseph SHEEN, 26 October 1765, 64

C25. Ann, w/o William SHEEN of this parish
14 January 1794, 74
also near this place lies the body of William SHEEN
husband of above, 30 August 1798, 80

C26. Mary, w/o Thomas FORD, 23 August 1813, 30
[Auth: unable to read the remaining inscriptions]

C27. George SHAW of this parish
3 December 1897, 74
Esther, w, 13 March 1897, 73

C28. Henry FISHER of this parish
15 May 1871, 59
Harriett, w, 20 April 1877, 61

C29. Our dear mother
Audrey Millicent HOPKINS nee YANDELL
4 November 1983, 59

C30. John BRAY of this parish
9 December 1853, 77
Winifred BRAY, h, 15 October 1843, 65
Robert BRAY, eldest son, late of Cheltenham
11 June 1861, 56
James HAWKER of this parish
11 April 1863, 60

C31. Police Service Death (Kenya)
Major, George Oakley FISHER, F.A.I
Of Fishers Place, Pendock,
4 December 1933, 74
and grandson, George James Oakley FISHER
Police Inspector, Keyna Police who died of
wounds received in action against the Mau Mau Terrorists
14 August 1953 in his 21st year. Buried in St Cuthberts Churchyard,
Nyeri, Kenya, B.E.A.
Erected by George R.L. FISHER, G.M.V., Ex, 1st B.C. Regt C.E.F
World War I, son of George Oakley FISHER and father of
George J. Oakley FISHER.
"Thy will be done"

C32. Sybil YANDELL, 1914 - 1975

C33. Annie PROBERT, 1912 - 1981
Harold, w, 1914 - 1997

C34. Eliza COLEMAN, 17 December 1934, 77

C35. Ann WADLEY, 1938 - 2000
John WADLEY, h, 1933 - 2001

C36. Alick BULLOCK, 18 May 1987, 81
Mary, w, 16 May 1990, 75

C37. Francis LANE, 4 December 1911, 66
Sarah Ann, w, 25 May 1928, 82

C38. Richard FISHER, 23 October 1893, [looks like 73]
Dinah, w, 6 March 1909, 77

C39. James GREEN of this parish
19 October 1895, 72
Charlotte, w, 5 June 1905, 74
Susan, d, 28 March 1876, 17 months

C40. Emily, eldest d/o William & Frances DAVIS
15 March 1873, 20
Amelia, d, 12 March 1865, 1 yr

C41. Robert DAVIS, 24 July 1859, 8rs & 10 months

C42. James, s/o John & Elizabeth CLARKE
Late of The Farm, this parish, 14 May 1808, 43

C43. John CLARKE, late of this parish
22 May 1795, 33
John, s/o Charles & Elizabeth CLARKE &
Grandson of the said John CLARKE, Jnr, who departed
11 May 1821, 10 months
William, s/ John & Elizabeth, [weather damaged]
Mary, d/o John & Elizabeth, [weather damaged]

C44. Frank DREW 1982, 87
Joyce, w, 1984, 71

C45. James DEE of this parish
30 June 1894, 78

C46. Benjamin DEE, late of this parish
5 August 1868, 82
Ann, w, 17 June 1862, 84

C47. Here repose the mortal remains of
Sarah Wright LEES, the devoted and
beloved wife of Edwin LEES, F.L.S
of Greenhill Summit in the city of Worcester
his faithful companion for 50 years
She was born in Tewkesbury, March 21st 1804
and died at Worcester January 9th 1878.
Loving, truthful, sincere, cheerful and amiable
in her department and in all the duties of life irreproachable
This spot had been selected by her husband with the kind
Permission of his friend the Rev'd W.S. SYMONDS for his
Last earthly resting place and she desired here to repose by his side.
Spare the tree planted by his direction and as a memorial
of his near this grave
Edwin LEES, F.L.S.E.G.S. Born, Worcester 12 May 1800
Died in the city, 21 October 1887

C48. Edward RUDGE, 3 February 1925, 84
Charles RUDGE, 17 February 1910, 63
William Edward RUDGE, 15 July 1926, 56

C49. Edith w/o Selvin SMITH & d/o J. GREEN
Of this parish, 10 March 1934, 73
Selvin, above, 16 August 1948, 87

C50. Thomas CLARKE, 2 January 1825, 62
John CLARKE, of this parish, a Gent
9 April 1802, 78

C51. Mary, d/o James & Elizabeth BREWER, 20 May 1861, 22
Hannah Harley BREWER, 1 September 1848, 5 months

C52. Charles Frederick COOKE, 30 June 1907, 71

C53. Mary Clare SELWAY-SWIFT
11 March 1949 - 7 October 2000

C54. Aaron BICK, 13 January 1833, 55
Ann, w, 15 May 1874, 85
Charles, s, 21 June 1845, 34
John, s, 29 December 1864, 59

C55. Guyon Philipson PHILIPSON-STOW
Of Priors Court, Pendock, 1898 - 1983
Alice Mary PHILIPSON-STOW, w, 1905 - 1989
Churchwarden of this parish for nearly 50 years

C56. Harriett, w/o George PHILLIPS
14 December 1909, 73

C57. Thomas William HEMMING, 1939, 64
Alice HEMMING, 1932, 53
Grace, 1905, 4yrs
Alan, 1926, 16

C58. James DAVIES, 9 April 1865, 58
He was twenty two years a faithful servant
of Mr W. Wallington POPE of Pendock Court

C59. Tomb Stone

Panel 1
John JAKEMAN, s/o Robert & Ann JAKEMAN
28 August 1828, 29
Edward JAKEMAN, 22 January 1842, 48

Panel 2
Robert JAKEMAN of Lassington, 9 December 1829, 74
Ann, w, 27 October 1839, 84

Panel 3
Robert JAKEMAN of Ashleworth
20 February 1864, 68

C60. Ann MINIET relict of Thomas MINIET
of ye parish of Turley in the Countie of Glouctr, Gent
was here interred February 4th 1728, aged 72

C61. Charles James GREEN, 1 February 1938, 69
Mary Clinton, w, 19 October 1940, 72

C62. Moses GREEN, 4 February 1867, 80
Anne, w, 24 February 1857, 69

C63. Samuel BEALE, Esqr
Died 28 June 1840 and was buried
at Upton on Severn age 70
Mary Ann SYMONDS, only d/o late
Samuel BEALE, Esqr and relict of William SYMONDS
late of Elsdon, Herefordshire, 1 November 1859, 66

C64. Rose Ellen WATKINS, 5 December 1921, 37
George Leonard WATKINS, h, 14 June 1961, 83

C65. Sylvanus SHAW, 4 May 1928, 73

C66. Richard BEVAN, 15 December 1927
Julia Jane, w, 26 September 1934

C67. Julia Ann BEVAN, 27 October 1950

C68. Frederick DAWE, 22 May 1928, 81
Emily, w, 27 April 1929, 80

C69. William DAVIS, 21 March 1894, 69

C70. Tomb Stone
Panel 1
James CLARK, 11 September 1900, 76

Panel 2
Mary Sarah Caroline POPE, youngest d/o
William Wallington & Elizabeth POPE
20 September 1866, 25

Panel 3
William Wallington POPE, formerly of
Priors Court, 12 May 1865, 66
Elizabeth, w/o William Wallington
21 September 1868, 68

Panel 4
Ann, w/o James CLARK of Priors Court
3rd d/o William Wallington & Elizabeth POPE
25 December 1895, 64

C71. James JEFF, 16 May 1897, 56

C72. James Alec Robert JEFFS
15-12-1958 - 12-3-2003
Mountaineer and Statistican, remembered with
much love by his friends and family

The following 3 stones were removed from PENDOCK WESLEYAN CHURCH when it was closed in July 1980.
D1. Frederick John FOWLER, 1 August 1891, 49
Ellen, w, 14 April 1918, 77
Ellen FOWLER, 21 July 1938, 63

D2. Frederick FOWLER
21 February 1872 - 1 November 1940
Agnes Mary, w,
3 November 1872 - 5 July 1947

D3. Jacob MILLS of this parish
22 September 1868, 76
Margaret, w, 13 October 1870, 58

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