Harby churchyard texts
Scroll down the page to read the texts on the gravestones and memorials in the church and churchyard. They are listed in numerical order as will be found on the Plan pages. A particular surname can be searched for on the index page. For reasons of respect for recent bereavements, the gravestones after 1979 are not included.
This page covers the churchyard numbers 291 to 430, areas N to S
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MEMORIALS INSIDE THE CHURCH
CHURCHYARD 1 to 124
CHURCHYARD 125 to 290
CHURCHYARD 291 to 430
CHURCHYARD 431 to WF37
N291 In loving memory of Ann, wife of Thomas MARTIN, who died May 18 1909 aged 69 years. Peace, perfect peace also Thomas MARTIN who died Jan 27th. 1931 In his 92nd.Year.[Burial register has burial on 31 January 1931 aged 91]
N292 In loving memory of James Arthur, the beloved husband of Edith SUMNER, who died Oct 1st. 1928, aged 50 years.
N293 In loving memory of Annie daughter of James and Mary SUMNER who died March 10th 1896, aged 16 years. “In heven [sic] we part no more.”
N294 In loving memory of David ELLIOTT, who died April 11th. 1920, aged 70 years. Sweet is the thought, we shall meet again.
N295 In loving memory of Alfred WELSH, who died Sepr. 1st. 1900, aged 64 years. And Amelia, wife of the above who died Feby. 20th. 1913, aged 76 years. Also of Emma Amelia, daughter of the above who died June 7th. 1872, aged 2 years & 8 months. Just as I am, without one plea. Oh lamb of God, I come.
N296 In remembrance of Jonathan ROSLING, who departed this life, November XVth, 1869: aged 66 years. “Reader be wise, remember judgment.” “Prepare to meet thy God.”
N297 In loving memory of Sarah, the beloved wife of Joseph ROSE, who died Decr. 4th. 1913, aged 61 years. The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away; blessed be the name of the Lord. Also of Joseph ROSE, husband of the above who died Feb, 10th. 1918, aged 64 years. In the midst of life we are in death.
N298 In loving memory of Louisa beloved wife of James MARRIOTT. Died Aug. 27 1895, aged 60 years. Also James MARRIOTT, died Jan. 4 1918 aged 87 years. And two children who died in infancy. Rest after weariness, peace after pain.
N299 In loving memory of my dear husband James MARRIOTT who died March 29th. 1915, aged 49 years. Sweet is the thought we shall meet again.
N300 In loving memory of John KNAPP, who died Jany. 20th. 1909, in his 81st year. Rest after weariness, peace after pain. Also Frances (Fanny) wife of the above who died Augst. 1st. 1913, in her 81st year. “resting” she hath done what she could. ….. by her loving and only …… child F.A.S.
N301 In loving memory of Joseph KNAPP, born Nov 17th. 1858, died March 12th. 1859. Also Elizabeth KNAPP, born Sep 14th. 1856, died March 7th. 1857. Also Elizabeth Ann KNAPP, born Oct 14th. 1852, died Dec 5th. 1852. Also George KNAPP, born June 1st. 1851, died March 3rd. 1852.
N302 In loving memory of Margaret Ann (Annie) dearly beloved wife of John William STARBUCK, born April 27th. 1854, entered into rest April 28th. 1914. Just as I am, without one plea, / but that thy blood was shed for me, / and that thou bidd’st me come to thee, / o lamb of God, I come.
N303 John ……….. Leonard …….. GIBSON, ……….1848 fell asleep in Jesus Dec……1874 …………..
N304 Ann, the beloved wife of John MOULDS, who died March 8th. 1899, aged 47 years. Be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not, the son of man cometh. Also of Lucy, beloved daughter of John & Ann MOULDS, who died October 4th. 1897, aged 23 years. Also of John MOULDS, who died Jany. 27th. 1933, aged 81 years.
N305 In affectionate remembrance of Elizabeth, wife of Henry MOULDS, who died Feb. 26th, 1871, in the 23rd, year of her age. Her talents and her virtues were formed rather to bless a narrow circle, than to attract the plaudits of a wide one: no one could see her without love, nor lose her without regret.
N306 In memory of Sarah E. HOPKIN who died May 2nd 1928 aged 68 years [home-made wooden cross]
N307 In affectionate remembrance of John BARLOW, Hose Lodge, who died January 15th, 1901, in the 72nd. year of his age. Also Amelia wife of the above who died October 4th, 1888, aged 61 years. Also Alfred Robert son of the above who died October 8th, 1888, aged 38 years. Also Eliza Amelia third daughter, who died June 7th, 1873, aged 16 years. “Thy will be done.”
N308 Sacred to the memory of Robt. BARLOW of Hose Lodge, who departed this life Mar. 6. 1869 aged 82 years of Jane, wife of Robt. BARLOW of Hose Lodge, who died Mar. 5, 1863 aged 69 years
N309 In loving memory of Sarah Jane BARLOW, of Hose, who died April 16th. 1924, in her 71st year. Rest after weariness, peace after pain.
N310 In loving memory of Lizzie, beloved daughter of William & Elizabeth SWINGLER of Harby Lodge, died May 21st. 1908, aged 28 years. Why what we long for most of all, / eludes so oft our eager hand; / why hopes are crushed and castles fall, up there, sometime, we’ll understand. Also of Alice, sister of the above died Jany. 22nd. 1913, aged 24 years. We’ll catch the broken threads again, / and finish what we here began; / heav’n will the mysteries explain, / and then, ah then, we’ll understand.
N311 In loving memory of Elizabeth MANNING, beloved mother of the late Mrs. SWINGLER, of Harby Lodge, who died Jan. 5th. 1908, aged 86 years. At rest. Also Elizabeth Ann SWINGLER, beloved wife of William SWINGLER, who passed away Feb. 4th. 1920, aged 74 years. Soon shall this frame dissolve in dust, / in death and ruin lie; / but better mansions wait the just, / prepared above the sky. Also the above William SWINGLER, who died Jan. 30th. 1923, aged 78 years.
N312 In affectionate remembrance of Evelyn, the beloved wife of Sydney Burnell PEARSE, who died August 22nd. 1933, aged 39 years. God called her away. Also Sydney Burnell PEARSE, husband of the above and dearly loved husband of Ada, who fell asleep Jan. 14th. 1951, aged 58 years. Peace perfect peace.
N313 In loving memory of Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Robert SMITHSON, who fell asleep Aug. 4th. 1924, aged 61 years. Rest after weariness, peace after pain. Also of the above Robert SMITHSON, who died January 23rd. 1942, aged 79 years.
N314 In loving memory of John, the beloved child of Robert & Elizabeth SMITHSON. who died March 23rd 1899.
O315 In loving memory of William KEMP, the dearly beloved husband of Mary KEMP, who died Decr. 27th. 1900, in his 65th. year. “Peace, perfect peace.” Also of Mary, the beloved wife of the above who died Decr. 26th. 1929, in her 84th. year. God gently closed her weary eyes and whispered “peace be thine.”
O316 In affectionate remembrance of Mary Jane the beloved daughter of William & Mary KEMP, (of Harby) who died April 13th. 1889 in the 16th. year of her age. Farewell dear child. Thou / Art gone a while before / But still we hope again to meet / Thee on that heavenly shore
O317 In loving memory of Elizabeth, beloved wife of Robert STOKES, who died Novr. 14th. 1918, aged 55 years. Also Pte. Robert Archibald, beloved son of the above who died for his country Jany. 17th. 1919, aged 19 years. Rest after weariness, peace after pain.
O318 In loving memory of John Robert the beloved son of Robert & Elizabeth STOKES who died Aug. 3rd. 1897 aged 9 months Safe in the arms of Jesus / safe on his gentle breast.
O319 In loving memory of Robert STOKES, who died April 23rd. 1927, aged 64 years. Rest after weariness, sweet rest at last.
O320 In affectionate remembrance of Willm Ewerdine ATKINS who died 17th Feby. 1862, aged 64 years. [badly worn verse] Also Sarah relict of the above who died 11th Jany. 1879 Aged 78 Years. [Badly worn verse. 1995 survey has “The Lord knoweth the days of the upright and their inheritance”]
O321 In loving memory of Horace (Tom) MOULDS died 24th February 1975 aged 70 years [small metal plaque mounted on wood]
O322 In affectionate remembrance of John Thos. son of Thos. & Rebecca SHIPMAN, who died August 4th, 1869 in the 4th, year of his age. Also John, son of the above, who died Sep. 26th, 1863, aged 16 months, and was interred at Brompton, Middlesex. “For of such is the kingdom of heaven.”
O323 In remembrance of Elizabeth, daughter of John & Rebekah WHITTLE who died July 22, 1839; aged 5 years I shall go to her, but she shall not return to me.
O324 In affectionate remembrance of John WHITTLE, who departed this life June 21, 1871, aged 70 years. Also Rebecca, relict of the above, who departed this life May 31, 1875 aged 74 years. Behold he taketh away, who can hinder him? / Who will say unto him, what doest thou? Job IX, 12.
O325 In loving memory of Linney, son of John & Elizth. WHITTLE who died June 26, 1877, aged 56 years.
O326 The Lord alone did lead him In loving memory of John, the beloved and eldest son of John and Mary WHITTLE, who fell asleep in Jesus Novr. 10th. 1889, aged 20 years. “Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.” Also William Henry, the second and only surviving son who fell asleep in Jesus June 21st. 1895, aged 24 years. “Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me.”
O327 In ever loving memory of John WHITTLE, who died June 1st. 1916, aged 86 years. Until the day break, and the shadows flee away. Also of Mary, the beloved wife of the above, who died April 1st. 1919, aged 81 years. Father in thy gracious keeping, / Leave we now thy servants sleeping.
O328 In memory of Robert GIBSON, who died Jan. 25th 1882. Aged 70 years. Also Alice GIBSON Beloved daughter of the above.
O329 In loving memory of Rhoda BROWN, who died December the 14th. 1893, aged 51 years. Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. Also John BROWN, born Augst. 20th. 1837 died April 5th. 1903, in his 66th year.
O330 In loving memory of Leila, beloved wife of William BROWN, died April 18th. 1910, aged 28 years. “Peace, perfect peace.”
O331 In affectionate remembrance of Edward, the dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth COY, who departed this life June 21st. 1898 aged 60 years Gone from us but not forgotten / never shall thy memory fade, / sweetest thoughts shall ever linger, / round the spot where thou art laid. Also Elizabeth the dearly beloved wife of the above died October 19th, 1905, aged 70 years. Also Thomas COY, who died Jan. 14th. 1867, aged 1 year & 10 months.
O332 To the dear memory of Sarah RAWLINSON, died March 9th. 1933, aged 78 years. Also Kelham William, husband of the above, died Jany. 24th. 1936, aged 80 years. Re-united.
O333 In loving memory of Fred, the beloved son of William and Sarah, RAWLINSON, who died Sept. 25th. 1894, aged 10 years & 5 months. We loved him oh no tongue can tell / how much we loved him and how well / God loved him too and thought it best / to take him home with him to rest.
O334 In loving memory of Richard RAWLINSON, who died Jany. 21st. 1890, aged 75 years. Also of Mary, wife of the above who died July 13th. 1899, aged 79 years. “Not my will, but thine be done.”
O335 In loving memory of Samuel, beloved husband of Elizabeth FURMIDGE, who died Decr. 14th. 1921, aged 73 years. “Peace perfect peace.” Also of Elizabeth, his wife who died March 6th. 1946, aged 93 years. “At rest.”
O336 Sacred to the memory of
Thos. BAGULEY, who departed this life Jan. XVIth, 1869 aged 76 years. Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the son of man cometh. Matt. xxv. 13.
Sarah, wife of Thos. BAGULEY, who departed this life September 22nd. 1872 aged 74 years. Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the son of man cometh. Matt. xxiv. 44.
O337 Sacred to the memory of Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of Thos. & Ellen WHITTLE, who died Aug. 29th, 1854: aged 4 years. Here rests in peace a much beloved child, / of manners gentle and of temper mild, / prompt to obey, in wisdom’s path she trod, / and early knew her Saviour and her God.
O338 In memory of Joseph, son of Thomas, & Sarah BAGULEY, who died November VIIth. 1845; aged 7 years. Forbear to mourn for me my friends, / or shake at death’s alarms; / ‘tis but the voice that Jesus sends, / to call me to His arms.
O339 In remembrance of James, son of Thomas & Sarah BAGULEY, who died, June 6th, 1865; aged 30 years. Blessed are the dead which died in the Lord. Rev. xiv. 13.
P340 In affectionate remembrance of Saml. FURMIDGE, who died Nov. 27, 1875; aged 52 years. Also of Sarah, wife of the above who died July. 26, 1904, aged 77 years. Rock of ages, cleft for me / let me hide myself in thee. To be with Christ which is far better.
P341 Thomas, son of Saml. & Sarah FURMIDGE, departed this life, August XXIVth, 1854; in the 3rd, year of his age. Henry, son of the aforesaid, died July XX1st, 1858; in the 2nd, year of his age. The clarion of the archangel shall summon them on high: till then they will slumber side by side, and the whirlwind will not wake them.
P342 In memory of John HARDY, who died Octr. 31st, 1856; aged 58 years. & Elizth. his wife, who died Octr. 1st, 1872; aged 78 years. Also, Ann daughr. of the above, who died April 24th, 1852; aged 19 years. I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness. Psalm xvii, Ver. 15.
P343 In loving memory of Harry, the beloved son of the late Samuel & Sarah FURMIDGE, who died July 20th. 1906, in his 38th. Year. In the midst of life we are in death.
P344 In loving memory of William HARWOOD, who died Jany. 4th. 1899, in his 85th. year. And Mary, his wife who died June 4th. 1897, in her 82nd year. Also Ellen, daughter of the above who died Decr. 3rd. 1868, aged 22 years. The grass withereth, the flower fadeth; / but the word of our God shall stand for ever. Isaiah 40. 8.
P345 In affectionate remembrance of Thomas MORTON, the beloved husband of Emma MORTON, who departed this life July 24th. 1886, aged 54 years. A sudden change, he in a moment fell, / no time allowed to bid his friends farewell; / ‘tis nothing strange, death’s summons comes to all, / reader, prepare, to-morrow thou may’st fall.
P346 In loving memory of William Hardy FURMIDGE, the beloved husband of Olivia FURMIDGE, who died Feby. 22nd. 1913, aged 68 years. Rest after weariness, peace after pain. Also Olivia, beloved wife of the above who died Feby. 24th. 1921, aged 75 years. Peace, perfect peace.
P347 In loving memory of Gladys Minnie STARBUCK 9th June 1893 13th February 1975 also Violet Ivy CHAMBERS 27th February 1902 7th September 1978 dear sister of the above peace perfect peace [post-1985 death omitted]
P348 In loving memory of Adela, the beloved wife of Richard DUNSMORE, who died Decr. 12th. 1893, aged 61 years. We miss thee when the morning dawns / we miss thee when the eve returns; / we miss thee here, we miss thee there / we miss dear mother everywhere. Also of the above Richard DUNSMORE, who died Jany. 19th. 1909, in his 83rd. year. Thy will be done.
P349 In loving memory of Sarah SCARROTT, who died Octr, 29th 1884 aged 73 years.
P350 In loving memory of Thomas ADAMS, who died April 23rd, 1865 aged 84 years.
P351 In remembrance of Hannah, the beloved daughter of Edmund & Sarah GREGORY, who died, October 8th, 1860 in the sixteenth year of her age. Reader: prepare to meet thy god. We shall go to her, but she shall not return to us.
P352 In affectionate remembrance of my dearly beloved husband, Henry DUNSMORE, who fell asleep in Jesus, May 16th, 1864 aged 28 years. And art thou gone? My husband dear, and art thou dead? / no melting tears can ever raise thy fallen head, / peace be unto thy quiet place of rest, / why should I weep? While thou art ever blest?
P353 In remembrance of Lucy; wife of Edward ADCOCK, who died April 17, 1864 aged 33 years Take ye heed, watch and pray: for ye know not when the time is. Mark, chap. xiii. Ver. 33.
P354 In remembrance of Mary, daughter of William & Sarah SHIPMAN, who died Novr. 28th. 1855: in the 5th. Year of her age. Also Henry son of the above, who died in his infancy. If death only removes our children to a world of perfect happiness, why should we lament their departure from a world of sin and sorrow?
P355 To the memory of Willm. DUNSMORE, who died May 31st, 1852; aged 69 years. Elizth. relict of the above, departed this life, Octr. 4th. 1861; aged 68 years. Also Willm. son of the above, who died Octr. 13th, 1845; aged 29 years. The path of ‘godly sorrow’ that alone , / leads to the land, where sorrow is unknown.
P356 In loving memory of John Henry DUNSMORE, died Jany. 16th. 1908, aged 56 years. Rest after weariness, peace after pain.
P357 In loving memory of the dearly beloved sons of John and Emily STEVENS, Edwin Eddie, died May 4th. 1890 aged 4years and 8 months. And Percy Dunsmore, died May 29th. 1890 aged 6 years and 7 months. He shall gather the lambs with his arm and carry them in his bosom. Isaiah 40th. C. 11th. V.
P358 Erected to the memory of John DUNSMORE, who died Octr. 22nd. 1823 aged 83 years. Why should ye strive with death that is so bold, / that takes away the breath of young and old. / or why should we contend or why complain; / make sure of Christ and death will be your gain.
P359 Erected to the memory of Richd. DUNSMORE who died Decr. 20th. 1832; aged 82 years. He pass’d a life of mingled cares, / such is the lot of man below; / till age’s gray and silvery hairs, / were thinly scatter’d on his brow. He liv’d through many a grief, to prove, / that God could guard and guide him well; / he died to find that God is love, / and with him evermore to dwell.
P360 Erected to the memory of Mary, the wife of Richard DUNSMORE, who died August 15th. 1820. Aged 67 years. Affliction sore long time I bore / physicians were in vain / but Christ the chief sent me relief / and eased me of my pain.
P361 Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth WHITTLE, who died October 9th. 1856, aged 29 years. Also of Elizabeth, daughter of the above who died August 30th. 1928, aged 73 years. Thy will be done.
Q362 In loving memory of Thomas James GREGG, born Octr. 28th. 1833, died Decr. 24th. 1908. For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. Phil. 1. 21. Also Elizabeth GREGG, sister of the above who died Feby. 2nd. 1915, aged 88 years.
Q363 In loving memory of Catherine GREGG, “who fell on sleep” May 9. 1900, [this may be the upper portion of a stone which has been cut and re-set]
Q364 The angel of the Lord encampeth round about them that fear him and delivereth them. In loving memory of Sarah wife of Thomas GREGG [remainder worn away. 1982 survey recorded born _ September 1820, died _ August 1896, but burial register has burial on 19th February 1895, aged 74.]
Q365 In memory of one son and two daughters of Saml. & Sarh. GREGG, Samuel, born Feb.1, 1832, died Sep. 24. 1862. Ann, born January 30, 1822, died Mar. 27, 1843. Martha born July 22, 1828, died Aug. 4, 1830.
Q366 In affectionate remembrance of Samuel GREGG, born April 29th, 1796, died June 14th, 1877, also of Sarah, wife of the above, born Aug. 25th, 1795, died May 26th, 1873.
Q367 In loving memory of Maria HARRIS of Newland, Gloucestershire, born Octr. XIth, 1787, died Novr. VIIth, 1874, Behold, my witness is in heaven and my record is on high [attribution worn]
Q368 In loving memory of Sarah GREGORY, died 14th, Dec, 1887 aged 72 years
Q369 Edmund GREGORY born 3rd, Dec, 1812; died 1st, Dec, 1872; Victory
Q370 Jane Ann, daughter of Samuel, & Jane STARBUCK, died Mar. 25th, 1855; aged 13 months. James Henry, son of the above, died Jany, 25th, 1857; aged 13 months. Dear to their parents – to their God more dear, / two lovely infants, sweetly slumber here: / blest is their lot – from sin and sorrow free, to us they’re dead – but now they live with thee.
Q371 Safe in port e’er the storm came In loving memory of the dear children of Richard & Lucy MATTOCK. William Edward, died Jany. 31st. 1874 aged 1 year & 5 months. Richard Samuel, died Feby. 11th. 1875, aged 8 months. Charles Henry. Died Novr. 21st. 1876, aged 10 months. George Frederick [Freddie.] died June 11th. 1880, aged 2 years & 8 months John Willie, died June 16th. 1881. Aged 1 year & 5 months Edgar Starbuck, died June 28th. 1885, aged 11 months. Marguerite Helen (Daisy) died Feb 6th. 1896, aged 1 year & 6 months. Safe in the arms of Jesus. / safe on his gentle breast. / there by his love o’ershadow’d, / sweetly their souls do rest.
Q372 In loving memory of Samuel STARBUCK, who died Feby. 12th. 1885, aged 61 years. Also of Jane, wife of the above who died Feby. 12th. 1914, aged 86 years. The memory of the just is blessed. Prov. 10. 7.
Q373 In loving memory of Lucy, the beloved wife of Richard MATTOCK, who died at Sheffield Octr. 15th. 1908, aged 58 years. The blood of Jesus Christ his son, / cleanseth us from all sin. / for so he giveth his beloved sleep.
Q374 In loving memory of William WHITAKER, who died suddenly May 21st. 1892, aged 51 years. We cannot tell who next may fall / beneath thy chastening rod / one must be first but let us all / prepare to meet our God.
Q375 In loving memory of Charlotte, the beloved wife of William WHITAKER, who died July 2nd. 1870 aged 33 years. Also Mary Ann, second wife of the above died Novr. 8th. 1883, aged 44 years. And of William, son of the above died Dec, 22nd. 1879, aged 7 months. Be ye also ready for in such an hour as ye think not the son of man cometh.
Q376 In loving memory of Richard MATTOCK 1850 – 1939 James Arthur MATTOCK 1882 – 1959 Eva MATTOCK nee TINKER 1887 – 1964 Maria Anna MATTOCK née PRAGER 1915 – 1951 Richard Donald (Tony) MATTOCK 1920 – 1985 [post-1985 death omitted]
Q377 In loving memory of Mary Jane STARBUCK died January 29th 1944, aged 86 years. Worthy of everlasting remembrance. Also her niece Georgina (Betty) Starbuck PEPPER, died February 20th 1979, aged 72 years. I know that my redeemer liveth.
Q377a [post-1985 death omitted]
Q378 In memory of Annie Elizabeth STARBUCK, died 16th. Jan. 1947, aged 72 years. At rest.
Q379 In memory of William STARBUCK, died 2nd. April 1945, aged 93 years. At rest.
Q380 In loving memory of Frederick George FRECK, born January 25th. 1854, died December 24th. 1909. Also Caroline FRECK, wife of the above born November 9th. 1835, died August 20th. 1911.
Q381 In affectionate remembrance of William, son of James & Catherine FRECK, who died June 7th. 1864, in the 21st. year of his age. My times are in thy hand. Psalm XXXI. 15.
Q382 In affectionate remembrance of James FRECK, who died July XXII, 1869. Aged 56 years. Catherine, relict of the above died Dec. XII, 1875, aged 66 years.
R383 In loving memory of William HALL, beloved husband of Eleanor HALL, who departed this life Nov. 10th. 1916, aged 62 years. Rest after weariness, peace after pain. Also Eleanor, beloved wife of the above died Sept. 11th. 1924, aged 68 years. He giveth his beloved sleep. Also James Henry, killed in France Oct. 26th. 1917, in his 24th. Year. Thy will be done. Also George William, beloved son of the above who departed this life Jan. 16th. 1918, aged 29 years. In the midst of life, we are in death.
R384 In affectionate remembrance of John GREENWOOD of Harby who died Aug. 19. 1876 aged 52 years. There remaineth therefore a rest for the people of God.
R385 In loving memory of Mary Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of William STARBUCK, who died at East Norton Grange October 4th. 1899, aged 45 years. Also Harold, infant son of the above. Not my will O Lord, but Thine be done.
R386 In loving memory of Maria Jane, wife of Thomas GREGG, and daughter of the late Edward & Sarah HARRIS, of Newland, Gloucestershire died March 5th. 1907, aged 56 years. It is I, be not afraid. Mark c.6.v.50.
R387 In loving memory of Sarah HARRIS, relict of Edward HARRIS, late of Newland, Gloucestershire born July 26th. 1816, died Octr. 18th. 1902. Come unto me all ye that labour, and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.
R388 Sacred to the memory of Thos. GREGG, who died May 21st, 1847; aged 49 years.
R389 In remembrance of Thomas GREGG, who died April, 15th. 1841; aged 82 years. Also, Elizth. his wife, who died Decr. 13th. 1853; aged 88 years. I have said to corruption, thou art my father: to the worm, thou art my mother, and my sister. Job c.17. v.14.
R390 In loving memory of William ROSE, born May 23rd. 1833, died April 3rd. 1902. Who shall separate us from the love of Christ. Romans 8.35. Also of Martha, wife of the above who died April 24th. 1906, in her 69th. year.
R391 In remembrance of Martha, wife of William BOYER, and daughr. of Henry & Martha GREGG, who died December 10th., 1859 aged 67 years.
R392 Erected to the memory of Martha, relict of Henry GREGG, who departed this life Novr. 10th. 1831; aged 75 years. Kind and tender mother fond and faithful. Ah! cruel death, how could’st thou seperate / us bosom friends, so happy in our state, / who each on th’ others welfare did depend: / but God was pleas’d our comforts all to end, / grieve not for me, my dearest! Twas God’s will / compose thy mind, for lo! A short time will / Bring thee to me, where heavenly angels sing, / Perpetual anthems to their heavn’ly [sic] King.
R393 This stone erected in affectionate memorial of Henry, son of Henry & Martha GREGG who died Octr 30th. 1825; aged 27 years. Go home dear friends do not lament, / for unto you I was but lent: / my days on earth were but a few, / I wasted like the morning dew; / when I could stay no longer here, / I left my tender parents dear / to the kind providence in heaven, / and died in hope to be forgiven.
R394 H.G. 1825 [This is probably Henry GREGG – see inscription R393 above; there is no other with these initials in the burial register for 1825.]
R395 MB 1859 [this stone has gone but is recorded in the 1982 survey. The only entry in the burial register for 1859 with these initials is Martha BOYER, buried 15th December 1859, aged 67.]
R396 Erected to the memory of Catherine, daughter of Richd. and Cathr. JULIAN, who died Sept. 10th. 1825; in the 20th. year of her age. Also Sarah, daughter of the aforesaid who died Novr. 21st. 1817; in the 6th. year of her age.
R397 Erected to the memory of Richard, son of Richd. And Cathr. JULIAN who exchanged time for eternity on the 1st. day of Decr. 1825, aged 22 years. Young men, prepare yourselves to die, / for life is short, and death is nigh: / make much of time, make no delay, / I in my prime was called away.
R398 Sacred to the memory of Catherine, wife of Richard JULIAN who died May 11th. 1831. Aged 64 years. Lo. Where this silent marble weeps, / a friend, a wife, a mother sleeps: / a heart, within whose sacred cell, / the peaceful virtues lov’d to dwell: / if reader, she can claim a generous tear, / approach and pay the mournful tribute here.
R399 Erected to the memory of Ann, the wife of John WHITTLE, and daughter of Richard & Catherine JULIAN, who died Octr. 18th. 1826, in the 18th. year of her age. Also Eliz. daughter of the above, who died Novr. 28th. 1826, aged 2 months. Oh, cruel death, that would not be denied / that broke the bands of love so lately tied; / Let none suppose they can repent too soon, / I found it night before I thought twas noon.
R400 Sacred to the memory of Richard JULIAN, who departed this life March 11th 1852:in the 90th. year of his age. Remember judgement, learn to die.
R401 In memory of Samuel SMITH, who died Aug. 18th, 1873. Aged 79 years.
R402 Sacred to the memory of Mary, wife of Geoe. WESSON, who died July 18th. 1856 aged 77 years. Geoe. WESSON died December 22nd. 1862.
S403 In affectionate remembrance of Henry MANCHESTER, died Dec. 14. 1878, aged 54 years. Happy whilst we lived together, / and his loss we deeply feel: / but tis God that has bereft us / he will all our sorrows heal.
S403a In loving memory of William Dennis the beloved son of W. H. & May STARBUCK who died June 10th 1916 Aged 6 months Jesus called a little child unto him.
S404 In loving memory of James WESSON, who died April 6th. 1882, aged 35 years. Also William COY, who died June 5th. 1888 aged 29 years. The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away. Blessed be the name of the Lord.
S405 In memory of Sarah, the beloved wife of Edward WESSON, who died Decr. 14th. 1873, aged 71 years. Also of the above Edward WESSON who died Augst. 16th. 1876; aged 73 years. “Our life hangs by a single thread / which soon is cut and we are dead.” Hark from thy tomb a doleful sound / your ears attend the cry / you living men come view the ground / where you must shortly lie.
S406 In loving memory of Elizabeth the beloved wife of Thomas DICKMAN who died Jan. 28th. 1952, aged 72 years. Also Thomas William son of the above who died Nov. 30th. 1904, aged 4 years. And Thomas DICKMAN who died Jan. 11th. 1967, aged 92 years. Worthy of everlasting remembrance. In loving memory of [post-1985 death omitted]. William and Elizabeth DICKMAN. Rose and William FURMIDGE.
S406a [post-1985 death omitted]
S407 In loving memory of Sarah Anne (Annie) the beloved wife of William SPENCER, who passed into the homeland Aug. 5th. 1917, aged 45 years. We’ll catch the broken threads again, / and finish what we here began; / heaven will the mysteries explain, / and then, sometime, we’ll understand. Also William SPENCER, beloved husband of the above, died Jan. 23rd 1954, aged 88 years. “in heavenly love abiding” Interred at Long Clawson.
S408 In loving memory of Frederick SKINNER, who died Novr. 5th. 1908, aged 61 years. Also Anne, wife of the above who died June 12th. 1903, in her 54th. year. “in the midst of life we are in death.”
S409 In loving memory of William PECK, of Threekingham who departed this life April 11th 1903, aged 77 years. Though lost to sight, to memory dear. Also of Sarah, wife of the above died January 5th 1906, aged 82 years.
S410 In remembrance of Eleanor, relict of Thos. MARSHALL, who died Jany. 12th, 1859, aged 63 years. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord; yea, saith the spirit, that they may rest from their labours, and their works do follow them. Rev. c. viv. v. 16.
S411 In affectionate remembrance of John MARSHALL, of Hose Lodge. Leicestershire who died June 23rd 1891. Aged 72 years. Also of Ann his wife died June 27th 1891. Aged 65 years After life’s honest duties done / eternal rest is now begun. Also of Ann their daughter the beloved wife of Joseph Cecil CARTER. Died August 11th 1892 aged 31 years. If affection could have saved thee thou would’st not have died.
S412 In loving memory of William COY, born Sepr. 27th. 1830, died Octr. 13th. 1913. And Mary Ann, his wife born July 1st. 1832, died Octr. 3rd. 1900. Also Edward COY, their son born Novr. 20th. 1860, died Feby. 24th. 1906. “Thy will be done.”
S413 In loving memory of William BAGULEY, died Augst. 24th. 1904, aged 76 years. Also of Elizabeth, beloved wife of the above died Decr. 3rd. 1909, aged 71 years. Peace, perfect peace.
S414 In affectionate remembrance of Frances, wife of William Hall BONSER, of Harby, who died March 7th. 1879. Aged 39 years.
S415 In affectionate remembrance of Henry BONSER, who died October the Xth. 1858, aged 23 years. in affectionate remembrance of Henry BONSER, who died November the 11th. 1876, aged 73 years.
S416 To the memory of Frederic, son of Willm. & Harriot RIDDLE, who died March 23rd. 1840; aged 19 weeks.
S417 In affectionate remembrance of Ann, the beloved wife of Henry BONSER (of Harby.) died at Nottingham 13th. Aug. 1889 aged 79 years. Sweet is the memory of departed worth.
S418 [Inscription worn away. 1982 survey recorded William and _ary KEMP, the former having died 25th May 1877; the latter in 1894 aged 83]
S419 In affectionate remembrance of Mary Ann, wife of Thomas JACKSON who died Feb. 19th. 1893, aged 44 years. “Take ye heed, watch and pray: for ye know not when the time is.”
S420 Thy will be done In affectionate remembrance of Elizabeth MANCHESTER, who died March 10th. 1887, aged 70 years. Also Richard, husband of the above who died March 18th. 1887, aged 69 years. “For so he giveth his beloved sleep.”
S421 In affectionate remembrance of Ann, the wife of James HOPKIN, who departed this life Janry. 1st. 1871, aged 54 years. Happy while we lived together, / and her loss we deeply feel; / but ‘tis God that has bereft us, / he will all our sorrows heal. Also in affectionate remembrance of Sarah-Annie, the dearly loved and only daughter of the above, who departed this life Decr. XIVth, 1880; in her eleventh year. “Thy will be done.”
S422 In loving memory of Catherine, the beloved wife of James HOPKIN, who was called home October 14th. 1902, aged 52 years. “With Christ which is far better.”
S423 To the memory of Ann, daughter of William and Rebecca MANCHESTER, who departed this life October 28th. 1830; aged 15 years. If wit and virtue could not save, / a youthful virgin from the grave; / then parents dear, do not lament, / rather rejoice and be content.
S424 In memory of William, son of William and Rebecca MANCHESTER, who died Decr. 6th. 1833; aged 23 years. How soon my youth has faded, / and hasten’d to decay! / disease my heart invaded, / and took my life away.
S425 In remembrance of George, son of Wm. And Rebecca MANCHESTER, who died October 14th. 1834; aged 17 years.
S426 In memory of William MANCHESTER, who died Sep. 19th, 1848. Aged 70 years. Also Rebekah, relict of the above, who died Feb. 28th, 1855, aged 82 years. John son of William & Rebekah MANCHESTER, died December 2nd, 1876, aged 72 years. What man is he that liveth, and shall not see death Psalm xxxix.48.
S427 In affectionate remembrance of John, the dearly loved and only son, of Thomas, and Sarah MANCHESTER, who died January XXXth. 1878, aged 30 years, I shall go to him, but he shall not return to me. 2 Saml c.xii, v.23.
S428 To the memory of Elizth., the wife, of George HALL who died August 21st.; 1833, aged 47 years. Affliction sore long time I bore, / physicians tried in vain; / till the God of love sent from above, / and eas’d me of my pain. / so now I’m gone, dear friends don’t mourn, / but prepare to meet again; / in heaven above their,s nought but love, / neither sorrow grief or pain.
S429 In loving memory of Edmund HALL, who died Augst. 18th. 1896 aged 79 years. Mary Ann, his wife who died Novr. 2nd. 1897 aged 79 years. James Edward, a son who died in America Octr. 8th. 1880 aged 29 years. And Mary Ann, a daughter, who died in Australia April 2nd. 1883 aged 28 years. “Thou art my hiding place; Thou shalt preserve me from trouble. Thou shalt compass me about with songs of deliverance.” Hide me O my saviour hide, / till the storms of life are past, / safe into the haven guide, / O receive my soul at last.
S430 John SUMNER died Oct 4 1875 aged 21 years
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