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The remains of eleven men from the Great War and two from the Second World War are buried in St. Mary's churchyard. Click on the links below to read more about them.

St. Mary's Churchyard
Part of St. Mary's Churchyard
Part of St. Mary's Churchyard
Image courtesy of Clive Gilbert © 2018

GREAT WAR BURIALS
SURNAMENAMEBURIED
BallingerCharlesOld Ground 389A.
ChandlerGeorgeIn North-East part of old ground.
HamptonWalterOld Ground 182A.
HarlowWilliam RichardOld Ground 322A.
HarmanWilliam AbrahamOld Ground 316A.
HodgsonWilliamOld ground 544A.
JacquesHerbert JosephOld Ground 186A.
JonesGeorge AlbertIn North-East part of old ground,.
MusprattAlfred GeorgeIn South-East part of old ground.
OppenheimerKenneth WilliamIn South-West part of old ground.
SmithCharles JonsingIn South-West part of old ground.

SECOND WORLD WAR BURIALS
SURNAMENAMEBURIED
HamptonDenis AllenOld Ground. Grave 182.
YoungFrancis JamesOld Ground. Grave 576.


It is sad to note that Walter Hampton, who died in the Great War, was the uncle of Denis Allen Hampton who died in the Second World War.

St. Mary's Churchyard Extension
St. Mary's Churchyard Extension.
St. Mary's Churchyard Extension.
Image courtesy of Clive Gilbert © 2018

SECOND WORLD WAR BURIALS
SURNAMENAMEBURIED
BarterWilliam JamesSec. E. Grave 31.
CarpenterReginald RobertSec. C. Grave 60.
CleverleyArthur HenrySec. E. Grave 64.
EadesStanley ThomasSec. E. Grave 75.
GowllandPeterSec. C. Grave 6.
JacksonEric GeorgeSec. E. Grave 14.
JohnsonAlfred WalterSec. E. Grave 51.
PearsonErnest HenrySec. B. Grave 14.
SuttonFrank CharlesSec. D. Grave 92.
TelfordJames GordonSec. B. Grave 48.
WebbArthur Frederick OliverSec. E. Grave