Some Memorial Inscriptions - Pebworth, Gloucestershire
St Peter's Churchyard

The following MIs were kindly contributed by Alf Beard, 25th May 2007. Entries supply name, date of death, and age. Abbreviations: w=wife; h=husband; s=son; d=daughter; &c.
A1. Jeannie, d/o John & Martha Morrison TAYLOR
of Broad Marston, 13 December 1893, 16

A2. Rhoda Frances, 2nd d/o
John P. & Charlotte A. CHAPMAN
29 December 1877 - 31 March 1892

A3. Walter, s/o William & Emily RIMELL
1 April 1872 - [looks like] 26 February 1891

A4. Sarah SMITH, widow of late Daniel SMITH
18 December 1886, 82

A5. Grace, youngest child of the late Charles & Ann TYSOE
Of Pebworth, 24 October 1880, 87

A6. Elizabeth TYSOE, d/o Charles & Ann TYSOE
1 September 1868, 79

A7. Michael, s/o Michael & Ann PETTIPHER
2 January 1880, 85

A8. Elizabeth, w/o William RIMELL
of Pebworth 4th d/o William & Elizabeth SMITH
19 January 1872, 38

A9. Henry EAST 12 December 1872, 53
Emma, w, 6 March 1905, 75

A10. Joseph FOSTER
Born at Mickleton 13 August 1797
Died at Broad Marston, 24 August 1877

A11. James BUTTLER, 21 June 1880, 84
Emma, w, 12 September 1891, 67

A12. Ann, w/o Levi BUTTLER, 18 April 1870, 72

A13. Sarah, youngest d/o the late Mr John TYSOE
Formerly of Broad Marston who died at
Stratford on Avon, 24 April 1855, 58

A14. John TYSOE
Of Stratford on Avon, formerly of
Broad Marston, 23 February 1835, 78

A15. John TYSOE, formerly of Rumer Hall
In this county who died at Stratford upon Avon
3 August 1866, 77

A16. Tablet on North Wall [outside]
In a vault underneath were depofited in certain hope
of a joyful refurrection the remains of Mr William SHAKEL
The beft of hufbands and the beft of fathers, meek, humble, plefant
and an enemy to none who laid down his corruption to fin on
incorruption. May ye 14th Anno Dom 1748 age 56 years
Also in memory of Ann, relict of above, 23 January 1780, 68

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