Some Memorial Inscriptions - Buckland, Gloucestershire
St Michael's Churchyard

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 20th May 2007. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
Note: We have been informed that the first 3 Memorials, for Frederick TRENFIELD, Mary COCKBILL, and William TRENFIELD are to be found in St Lawrence's Churchyard, Mickleton. This raises doubts about the location of the following 3 in this list, A4 - A6; however, the final Memorial, the Commonwealth War Grave, is certainly understood to be at Buckland, as there is an entry for it on the CWGC website.
A1. Frederick William Charles TRENFIELD
4 February 1850, 24
This stone was erected by Mary COCKBILL the mother of above
William Henry, s/o John & Mary COCKBILL 20 May 1857, 11 yrs

A2. Mary, w/o John COCKBILL
29 January 1872, 70
Samuel, s, 6 April 1859, 28
John COCKBILL, 6 October 1878, 75

A3. William Henry Hemming TRENFIELD
Of Kineton, 27 February 1927, 81

A4. Lucy A.W. POWELL, February 1855

A5. William Sabin WHITE
Late of Shipston on Stow [Stour?], 24 December 1862, 81
Ann, w, 23 July 1862, 82

A6. Mary Ann, w/o Frank KINCHIN
21 November 1908, 27

A7. War Grave
Trooper 314156 B.C. HUNT
Royal Armoured Corps, 17 May 1944, 41
[Ed: According to the CWGC site, this was
Bertie Charles HUNT, of the, Royal Armoured Corps,
buried in N.E. part of Churchyard Extension]

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