Row I. St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick Smallcombe Cemetery Memorial Inscriptions. Names Inscriptions Notes ALEXANDER Graham ( )

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1 Row I D.I.20a Alexander John ALEXANDER Graham ( ) JOHN GRAHAM MRCS, LRCP D.I.21 Lucy Alice Trench ( ) Francis Ponsonby Trench ( ) Angelique Katarina Hammer ( ) East: South: IN LOVING MEMORY OF LUCY ALICE TRENCH BORN 20. SEPT DIED 28. AUGT AND THIS IS JUST... THE ONLY ALSO OF HER BROTHER FRANCIS PONSONBY TRENCH M.B. MAST. SURG. F.R.C.S. BORN 25. OCT. 1854, DIED 2. JAN Cream-coloured plaque 12 x 12. Cross on 3 plinths. In the 1881 census as lodgers at Grafton, Holdenhurst (Hants): Lucy Trench, aged 27, unmarried, independent, born in Ireland, Evelyn Trench, aged 20, unmarried, born in Ireland, and a servant. In the 1901 census at 1 Craven Street, Westminster, London: Francis P Trench, aged 47, unmarried, physician, born in Ireland. North: WITH CHRIST WHICH IS FAR BETTER. AND OF ANGELIQUE KATARINA HAMMER, BORN 4. MAY 1873, DIED 6. JAN BEHOLD I COME QUICKLY AND MY REWARD IS WITH ME. REV. XXII. 12. From the burial register: Lucy Alice Trench, aged 52, of 9 Catherine Place, was buried on 30 Aug The death of Angelique Catharine Hammer, aged 37, was registered 1911/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Angelique Katerina Hammer, aged 37, of Glenbrook, Claremont Rd, Bath, was buried on 11 Jan From the UK Medical Register for 1923: Trench, Francis Ponsonby 81 Eaton terrace, London S.W , Oct. 15 S M.B. C.M. 1890, U. Edin; F.R.C.S. Edin., 1899 D-192

2 D.I.23 From the burial register: Francis Ponsonby Trench, aged 70, visitor at Perrymead Court, Bath, died at the R U Hospital and was buried on 6 Jan William Morgan ( ) Harriet Jane Morgan ( ) Left: Right: IN LOVING MEMORY OF WILLIAM MORGAN BORN 1833 DIED 1891 AT REST ALSO HARRIETT JANE HIS WIFE DIED APRIL 27 TH 1916, AGED 83 YEARS. UNTIL THE DAY DAWN. Cross resting on a block of stone. In the 1871 census at 16 Canonbury Terrace, Islington, London: William Morgan, aged 36, commercial clerk in Manchester..., born at Weston nr Bath, wife Harriet Jane, aged 34, born at Torquay, and a servant. In the 1881 census at 16 King s Terrace, Landport, Portsmouth: Wm Morgan, aged 47, born at Weston nr Bath, wife Harriet J, aged 44, born at Torquay, Sarah J Blunden, aged 45, widow, costume manufacturer employing 20 girls, born at Torquay, Ellen H Blunden, aged 16, visitor s daughter, born at Lewisham (Kent), and a servant. From the burial order book: William Morgan, aged 56, of London, was buried on 29 Jan From the National Probate Calendar 1891: 23 February. The Will of William Morgan late of 17 and 18 St. Dunstan shill in the City of London who died 26 January 1891 at 17 St. Dunstan s-hill was proved at the Principal Registry by James Edward Blakeney of Lord-street Southport in the County of Lancaster Journalist and George Dart of 1 St. Leonard s-terrace Newton Abbot in the County of Devon Bootmaker the Executors. Personal Estate s. 10d. In the 1901 census at 15 Daniel Street, Bath: Harriet Jane Morgan, D-193

3 aged 65, widow, boarder, living on own means, born at Torquay. D.I.24 Maria Allen ( ) Benjamin Jeffries East: South: North: THIS STONE IS ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF MARIA ALLEN BY HER AFFECTIONATE NEPHEWS In Affectionate Remembrance of MARIA ALLEN ELDEST DAUGHTER OF THE LATE BENJAMIN JEFFRIES ESQ R (OF TAUNTON.) WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MARCH 29 TH 1884 AGED 85 YEARS BLESSED ARE THE DEAD WHICH DIED IN THE LORD. I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVES. WHAT JOY THE SWEET ASSURANCE GIVES HE LIVES TRIUMPHANT FROM THE GRAVE HE LIVES OMNIPOTENT TO SAVE. From the burial register Harriet Jane Morgan, aged 83, of Strathearn, Cleveland Rd, Torquay, was buried on 2 May Pitched 4 ways. From Pigot s Directory National Directory for Somerset 1830 for Taunton in the section on Nobility & Gentry: Jeffries Benjamin, esq., Cannon street Will of Benjamin Jeffries, Gentleman of Taunton Saint James, Somerset, date 26 Apr 1831, PROB 11/1784. In the 1851 census at 22 Stokes Croft, St James, Bristol: Maria Allen, aged 40, married, visitor, annuitant, born at Dorchester (Dorset). In the 1861 census at 1 Stuart Villas, St James & St Paul, Bristol: Maria Allen, aged 61, widow, visitor, fundholder, born at Dorchester (Dorset). In the 1871 census at 14 Daniel Street, Bath: Maria Allen, aged 70, widow, annuitant, born at Dorchester (Dorset). In the 1881 census at 15 Daniel Street: Agnes Morgan, aged 48, unmarried, annuitant, born at Weston (Som), a visitor, Maria Allen, aged 82, widow, annuitant, born at Dorchester (Dorset), and a servant. From the burial register: Maria Allen, aged 85, of 15 Daniel St, was buried on 4 Apr D-194

4 D.I.25 Alice Townend ( ) Henry Townend ( ) IN MEMORY OF ALICE, WIDOW OF REV: HENRY TOWNEND LATE RECTOR OF LIFTON DEVON, WHO DIED DEC R 1 ST AGED 70. HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED SLEEP. Cross on plinths. From White s Devonshire Directory of 1850 in the entry for Lifton: The rectory, valued in K.B. at 31. 2s. 11d., and in 1831 at 423, is in the patronage of Henry Blagrove, Esq., and incumbency of the Rev. Henry Townend, M.A., who has a good residence and 21A. of glebe. In the 1861 census at the Rectory, Lifton (Devon): Henry Townend, aged 50, rector of Lifton, born at Manchester, wife Alice, aged 42, born at Grantham (Lincs), five children and three servants. From the National Probate Calendar 1863: 8 May. The Will with a Codicil of the Reverend Henry Townend late of Lifton in the County of Devon Clerk Rector of Lifton aforesaid deceased who died 4 February 1863 at Lifton aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oaths of Alice Townend of Lifton aforesaid Widow the Relict and Henry Townend of Ely near Cardiff in the County of Glamorgan B.A. the Son the Executors. Probate being granted under certain Specialities. Effects under 10,000. In the 1871 census at a lodging house at 342 Oxford Street, Chorlton on Medlock (Lancs): Alice Townsend (sic), aged 53, widow, annuitant, born at Grantham (Lincs), and William Townsend, aged 23, clergyman s son, born at Lifton (Devon). In the 1881 census at Elm Terrace, Plympton St Mary (Devon): Alice Townend, aged 62, clergyman s widow, born at Grantham (Lincs), son D-195

5 Louis and his wife and a servant. D.I.26 Zachariah Twamley ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF ZACHARIAH TWAMLEY, OF CASTLE BROMWICH, WARWICKSHIRE WHO DIED AT BATH, APRIL 28 TH 1885, AGED 81 YEARS BLESSED ARE THE MERCIFUL. From the burial register: Alice Townend, aged 70, of 74 Pulteney St, was buried on 4 Dec Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. In the 1861 census at The Firs, Castle Bromwich, Aston (Warks): Zachariah Twamley, aged 56, agent to the Rt: Honble Earl of Bradford farmer of 545 acres employing 14 mean & 2 boys, born at Castle Bromwich, wife Ellen, aged 41, born at Bickenhall (Warks), children: Zachariah, aged 21, born at Castle Bromwich, and Frances Ellen, aged 19, born at Castle Bromwich, a visitor and two servants. In the 1871 census at The Firs, Castle Bromwich, Aston (Warks): Zachariah Twamley, aged 67, agent to Earl of Bradford & farmer of about 600 acres, born at Castle Bromwich, wife Ellen, aged 52, born at Bickenhall (Warks), children: Zachariah, aged 31, bar student, born at Castle Bromwich, and Frances Ellen, aged 29, born at Castle Bromwich, and two servants. In the 1881 census at 10 Edward Street, Bath: Zachariah Twamley, aged 77, annuitant, born at Castle Bromwich (Warks), wife Ellen, aged 60, born at Bickenhall (Warks), daughter Frances E, aged 35, unmarried, born at C Bromwich, and a servant. From the burial register Zachariah Twamley, aged 81, of 41 Pulteney St, was buried on 1 May From the National Probate Calendar 1885: 16 November. The Will with two Codicils of Zachariah Twamley formerly of the Firs Castle Bromwich in the County of Warwick but late of 41 Great-Pulteney-street Bath in the County of Somerset Gentleman who died 28 April 1885 at 41 Pulteney-street was proved D-196

6 D.I.27 at Bristol by the Reverend Zachariah Twamley of Wymondley Stevenage in the County of Hertford Clerk the Son the surviving Executor. Personal Estate 1,159 16s. Mary Anne Garland ( ) Catherine Mary Garland ( ) In loving memory of MARY ANNE GARLAND DIED 27 TH SEPT R Also in loving memory of CATHERINE MARY GARLAND DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE FELL ASLEEP 27 TH Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. In the 1881 census at 24 New King Street, Bath: Mary A Garland, aged 79, widow, income from interest of money, born at Plush (Dorset), and daughter Catherine M, aged 43, unmarried, born at Dorchester (Dorset). From the burial register: Mary Anne Garland, aged 80, of 24 Old King St, was buried on 3 Oct D.I Mary Dykes ( ) Robert Armstrong Dykes ( ) Percy Armstrong Dykes ( ) East: North: IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY WIFE OF ROBERT A. DYKES WHO FELL ASLEEP... AGED 43 UNTIL THE DAY BREAK AND THE SHADOWS FLEE AWAY. ROBERT ARMSTRONG DYKES From the burial register: Catherine Mary Garland, aged 81, of 11 Daniel St, was buried on 1 Jan Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. The marriage of Robert Armstrong Dykes to Mary Duffett was registered 1863/Q3 Clifton. D-197

7 DIED MAR... The birth of Percy Armstrong Dykes was registered 1868/Q1 Spalding. AGED South: PERCY ARMSTRONG DYKES BORN DEC. 4 TH 1867 DIED OCT. 19 TH In the 1871 census at Thomazine Lane, Spalding (Lincs): Robert Dykes, aged 36, traffic superintendent Gt Northern & Midland Joint Railway, born at Bristol, wife Mary, aged 30, born at Bristol, children: Francis, aged 6, born at Litchurch (Derbys), Adelaide, aged 5, born at Litchurch, Percy A, aged 3, born at Spalding, and Robert, aged 1, born at Spalding, and a servant. In the 1881 census at 1 Hayesland Villas, Wells Road, Bath: Robert A Dykes, aged 46, traffic manager Somerset & Dorset Railway, born at Bristol City, wife Mary, aged 40, born at Bristol City, seven children and two servants. From the burial register: Mary Dykes, aged 43, of 1 Haysland Villa, Wells Road, was buried on 16 Jun In the 1891 census at 3 Norfolk Crescent, Walcot, Bath: Robert A Dykes, aged 56, widower, railway traffic manager, born at Bristol, children: Adelaide M, aged 25, born at Litchurch (Derbys), Percy A, aged 23, medical student, born at Spalding, Robert H, aged 22, locomotive engineer fitter, born at Spalding, Charles R, aged 18, medical student, born at Spalding, Jane A, aged 14, born at Spalding, and Mary E, aged 13, born at Bath, Harriett Duffett, aged 47, unmarried, visitor, living on own means, born at Bath, two other visitors and two servants. From the burial register: Robert Armstrong Dykes, aged 73, of 8 Grosvenor Place, Bath, was buried on 12 Mar From the National Probate Calendar 1908: DYKES Robert Armstrong of 8 Grosvenor-place Bath died 8 March 1908 Probate London 30 April to Charles Reginald Dykes surgeon Mary Ethel Dykes spinster and George David Dike yeoman. Effects s. 7d. From the burial register: Percy Armstrong Dykes, aged 72, of 10 Belvedere, Bath, was buried on 21 Oct D-198

8 D.I.30 Mary White (1800- On cross: 1886) JESU MERCY Mary Elizabeth White ( ) Fanny White ( ) East: IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY WHITE WHO FELL ASLEEP OCTR 29 TH AGED 86 North: South: ALSO OF MARY ELIZABETH WHITE WHO FELL ASLEEP OCT ALSO FANNY WHITE (NAN) WHO FELL ASLEEP FEB AGED 72. Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1881 census at 25 Daniel Street, Bath: Mary White, aged 80, widow, lodging house keeper, born at Stogursey (Som), Mary E White, aged 43, unmarried, daughter, lodging house keeper, born at Southampton, Fanny White, aged 38, school teacher, born at Southampton, Fanny Mercy Moger, aged 13, grand-daughter, born at Aldershot, Ettie E Meier, aged 12, grand-daughter, born at Belfast, and a boarder. From the burial register: Mary White, aged 86, of 4 Bathwick St, was buried on 2 Nov In the 1891 census at 5 Bathwick Street, Bath: Mary E White, aged 53, unmarried, school mistress, born at Southampton, Fanny White, aged 48, unmarried, sister, school mistress, born at Southampton, Jessie E Meier, aged 22, unmarried, niece, school teacher, born in Ireland, and a servant. From the burial register: Mary Elizabeth White, aged 86, of Southsea, was buried on 31 Oct From the burial register: Fanny White, aged 77, of 3 Cedar Villas, Cedar Rd, Croydon, was buried on 28 Feb D-199

9 D.I.31 Nora Creina Brittain ( ) Arthur Henry Brittain (1841-) IN LOVING MEMORY OF NORA CREINA WIDOW OF CAPT A.H. BRITTAIN 12 REG T FOOT WHO FELL ASLEEP 6 TH AUG. 1882, AGED 33 YEARS. Cross on plinths and kerb. The birth of Arthur Henry Brittain was registered 1841/Q3 Gt Boughton. The birth of Nora Creina Ettrick was registered 1849/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Burt. (In the handwritten GRO index the second forename is as Creiria.) In the 1861 census at Whitefriars, Chester: Thomas Brittain, aged 51, surgeon Rl College of England, born at Chester, wife Mary, aged 47, born at Wrexham (Denbighshire), seven children of which the eldest was Arthur H, aged 19, Ensign Army, born at Chester, a sister-in-law, a governess, a visitor and a servant. In the 1861 census at 9 Boughton Street, Bishopwearmouth (Durham): Sophia C Ettrick, aged 44, widow, born at Exeter, children: Helen A, aged 16, born at Bath, Nora C, aged 12, born at Bath, Sophy G, aged 10, born at Bath, and Arthur D, aged 8, born at Bath, a visitor and a servant. The marriage of Nora Creina Ettrick to Arthur Henry Brittain was registered 1870/Q1 Sunderland. The death of Nora Creina Brittain, aged 33, was registered 1882/Q3 Marylebone. From the burial register: Nora Creina Brittain, aged 33, of 7 Clarendon Villas, Widcombe Hill, was buried on 9 Aug D-200

10 D.I.32 Walter Cumberland IN Ettrick ( ) LOVING MEMORY OF WALTER CUMBERLAND ETTRICK WHO DIED JULY 10 TH 1888 AGED 42. Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. The birth of Bessie Maitland Ettrick was registered 1841/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Burt. In the 1841 census at Gothic Cottage, Entry Hill, Bath: Walter Ettrick, aged 25, solicitor, not born in Somerset, Sophia Ettrick, aged 25, not born in Somerset, and Bessie Ettrick, aged 3 months, born in Somerset, and two servants. The birth of Walter Cumberland Ettrick was registered 1846/Q4 Sunderland. Will of Walter Ettrick, Gentleman of Bishop Wearmouth, Durham, date 22 Jan 1857, PROB 11/2244. The death of Bessie Maitland Ettrick was registered 1858/Q1 Sunderland. In the 1861 census at 23 Nelson Street, Bishopwearmouth (Durham): Walter C Ettrick, aged 14, boarder, born at Sunderland. The birth of Alice Maud M C Ettrick was registered 1870/Q3 Sunderland. Baptised on 13 Aug 1870 at Deptford (co Durham): Alice Maud Mary Cumberland Ettrick, daughter of Walter Cumberland & Elizabeth Grace Ettrick [IGI]. D-201

11 The marriage of Walter Cumberland Ettrick, son of Walter Ettrick, to Mary Ann Ruth Firr, daughter of Abraham Firr, on 30 May 1871 was registered 1871/Q2 York. The death of Walter Cumberland Ettrick, aged 42, was registered 1888/Q3 Barnstaple. From the burial register: Walter Cumberland Ettrick, aged 42, of Barnstaple, was buried on 14 Jul D.I.33 Mary Ann Tanner ( ) Alfred Richard Tanner ( ) Alfred John Tanner ( ) North-west: AND OF ALFRED JOHN TANNER THEIR SECOND SON WHO DIED FEB: 18: AGED 67, From the Sunderland Antiquarian Society s webpage on a few notes on Sunderland street name origins : One of Sunderland s nineteenth century magistrates, William Ettrick, is remembered through Ettrick Grove. He used to preside over the courts held in the George Inn in High Street. Cross resting on a block of stone carved as a pile of stones. The cross is displaced. The block has subsided and is tilting to the north-east making the supposed inscription on the eastern side inaccessible. The marriage of Alfred Richard Tanner to Mary Ann Williams was registered 1851/Q3 Bedminster. The birth of Alfred John Tanner was registered 1854/Q4 Frome. In the 1861 census at New House Farm, Hemington (Som): Alfred Ricard (sic) Tanner, aged 32, farm of 150 acres employing 5 labourers 2 boys, born at Frome (Som), wife Mary Ann, aged 33, born at Bedminster (Som), children: James, aged 8, born at Hemington, Alfred John, aged 6, born at Hemington, Richard, aged 4, born at Hemington, Mary Elizabeth, aged 3, born at Hemington, and Elinor Jane, aged 11 months, born at Hemington, and a servant. In the 1891 census at Ford, Castle Combe (Wilts): Alfred R Tanner, D-202

12 aged 62, living on own means, born at Frome (Som), wife Mary A, aged 63, born at Bedminster (Som), Mary E Tanner, aged 33, married, daughter, born at Harrington (Som), John G A Tanner, aged 64, married, living on own means, born at Bath, and two servants. In the 1891 census at the Full Moon Hotel, Southgate Street, Bath: Alfred J Tanner, aged 36, unmarried, hotel keeper, born at Falkland (Som), Amy Tanner, aged 16, cousin, barmaid, born at Chippenham (Wilts), a visitor and five servants. From the burial order book: Mary Ann Tanner, aged 65, of Biddlestone, was buried on 16 Feb From the National Probate Calendar 1893: TANNER Mary Ann of Bladud house Biddestone Wilts (wife of Alfred Richard Tanner) died 12 February 1893 Probate London 7 March to the said Alfred Richard Tanner gentleman Effects s. 2d. From the burial order book: Alfred Richard Tanner, aged 72, of Southgate St, was buried in Mar In the 1901 census at the Full Moon Hotel, 10 Dorchester Street, Bath: Alfred J Tanner, aged 46, unmarried, hotel keeper, born at Hemington (Som), three assistant and three servants. In the 1911 census at the Full Moon Hotel, Southgate Street, Bath: Alfred John Tanner, aged 56, unmarried, hotel proprietor, born at Faulkland (Som), and five servants. From the burial register: Alfred John Tanner, aged 67, of 5 Lynwid Villas, Widcombe, Bath, was buried on 22 Feb D-203

13 D.I.34 Alfred Richardson ( ) Elizabeth Mary Richardson ( ) ALFRED RICHARDSON DIED DEC. 30 TH 1941, AGED 73. Cross on plinths, kerb and a vase. The birth of Elizabeth Mary Hames was registered 1875/Q4 Frome. The marriage of Alfred Richardson to Elizabeth Mary Hames at St Swithin s, Walcot, Bath was registered 1894/Q4 Bath. The birth of Lilian Mabel Richardson was registered 1895/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Hames. The birth of Leslie Maurice Richardson was registered 1899/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Hames. From the burial register & burial order book: Louisa Mabel/Lilian Richardson, aged 4, of Sydney Wharf, was buried on 12 Aug In the 1911 census at Sydney Wharf, Bathwick, Bath: Alfred Richardson, aged 40, carriage & motor builders employer, born at Woodford (Essex), wife Elizabeth, aged 35, born at Radstock, children: Alfred Reg, aged 13, born at Bath, Leslie Maurice, aged 11, born at Bath., Harry Edgar, aged 9, born at Bath, Violet May, aged 7, born at Bath, and Ruby Richards, aged 4, born at Bath. From the burial register: Elizabeth Mary Richardson, aged 46, of Wells Asylum, late of Raby Villa, Sydney Wharf was buried on 29 Jul From the burial register: Alfred Richardson, aged 73, of Raby Villa, Sydney Wharf Rd, Bath, was buried on 2 Jan D-204

14 D.I.35 Thomas Scarlett IN ( ) AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF THOMAS SCARLET (WHO DIED AT BATH CITY HOUSE) 17 TH FEBRUARY AGED 60 YEARS. THIS STONE IS ERECTED BY A FEW OLD FRIENDS AS A TOKEN OF THEIR ESTEEM. Headstone. In the 1871 at New Bond Street, Bath: Thomas Scarlett, aged 38, unmarried, manager to Hamper & Son drapers, born at Wrentham (Suffolk), twenty-six male and female assistants/apprentices, a housekeeper, and three servants. In the 1891 census at 1-4 New Bond Street, Bath: Thomas Scarlett, aged 57, unmarried, draper s buyer, born at Wrentham (Suffolk), housekeeper, a clerk and seventeen of draper s assistants or apprentices, a dressmaker, a dressmaker s assistant, two mantle makers, four further draper s assistants and three servants. D.I.36 Charlotte Williams ( ) In Loving Memory of CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS WHO ENTERED INTO REST MAY 7 TH 1893, AGED 88. R I P From the burial order book: Thomas Scarlett, aged 60, of Northgate St, was buried on 21 Feb The spelling of the surname as Scarlet on the MI has been verified. THE GOLDEN EVENING BRIGHTENS IN THE WEST: SOON, SOON TO FAITHFUL WARRIORS COMES THE REST; SWEET IS THE CALM OF PARADISE THE BLEST. ALLELUIA. Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. D-205

15 In the 1891 census at 7 Bathwick Street, Bath: Charlotte Williams, aged 86, widow, living on own means, born at Knighton (Radnorshire), daughter Emily, aged 45, unmarried, born at Haverfordwest (Pembs), and three servants. From the burial order book: Charlotte Williams, aged 88, of 7 Bathwick St, was buried on 11 May D.I.37 Henry Smith Hewitt ( ) Isabel Jane Hewitt ( ) Francis St John Christie (1897) East, left: West, right: West, left: IN LOVING MEMORY OF HENRY SMITH HEWITT BORN 7 TH FEB Y FELL ASLEEP 29 TH JUNE IN LOVING MEMORY OF ISABEL JANE WIDOW OF HENRY SMITH HEWITT FELL ASLEEP 30 TH MAY 1899 AGED 68. FRANCIS S T JOHN CHRIST_ GRANDSON OF HENRY SMITH HEWITT DIED 22 SEPT AGED 7 MONTHS BURIED IN THE... From the burial order book: Emily Williams, aged 57, of Reading, was buried on 27 Jan From the National Probate Calendar 1904: WILLIAMS Emily of 13 Jesse-terrace Reading spinster died 24 January 1904 Probate London 7 March to Harry Williams Ward esquire Effects s. Cross resting on a rock. The incised inscriptions are on four panels at the corners of the rock. The birth of Henry Lovell Hewitt was registered 1868/Q1 Warminster. The birth of Katherine Agnes Hewitt was registered 1871/Q2 Warminster. In the 1891 census at 14 Druces Hill, Bradford (Wilts): Henry S Hewitt, aged 72, woollen manufacturer, born at Great Bedwin (Wilts), wife Isabel J, aged 57, born at Yeovil (Som), children: Henry L, aged 23, woollen manufacturer, born at Upton Lovell (Wilts), and Katharine A, aged 19, born at Upton Lovell, a niece and two servants. The marriage of Henry Lovell Hewitt to Evelyn Maud Wood was registered 1893/Q3 Easington. The marriage of Katherine Agnes Hewitt to George Francis S Christie was registered 1895/Q4 Bradford W. D-206

16 West, right: TO LIVE IN HEARTS OF GRIEF... IS NOT TO DIE The birth of Francis St John Christie was registered 1897/Q1 Sevenoaks. The death of Henry Smith Hewitt, aged 78, was registered 1897/Q2 Bath. From the burial order book: Henry Smith Hewitt, aged 78, of 12 Queens Parade, was buried on 1 Jul The death of Isabel Jane Hewitt, aged 68, was registered 1899/Q2 Portsea. From the burial order book: Isabel Jane Hewitt, aged 68, of 2 Menton Road, Southsea, was buried on 2 Jun D.I.38 Thomas William Cator ( ) Jane Louisa Cator ( ) East: In Memoriam THOMAS WILLIAM CATOR, L T COL. DIED JANUARY 14 TH AGED 70. From the National Probate Calendar 1939: HEWITT Henry Lovell of Trowle Manor Trowbridge Wiltshire died 21 March 1939 Probate London 28 June to Evelyn Maude Hewitt widow Evelyn Lovell Hewitt solicitor and Henry Lionel Lovell Hewitt woollen manufacturer. Effects s. 3d. HE THAT BELIEVETH IN ME THOUGH HE WERE DEAD YET SHALL HE LIVE. North: Also In memory of JANE LOUISA CATOR WIDOW OF LIEUT. COL. THOMAS CATOR AND THIRD DAUGHTER OF THE LATE ADMIRAL SOTHEBY OF THE MANOR HOUSE SEWARDSTONE ESSEX BORN 26 NOV DIED 12 JAN Cross on 3 plinths. The marriage of Thomas William Cator to Jane Louisa Sotheby was registered 1873/Q4 Kensington. In the 1891 census at Ollerton House, Ollerton (Notts): Thomas Wm Cator, aged 61, Lieut Colonel late 76 Regt, born at Womerlsey (Yorks), wife Jane Louisa, aged 54, born at Brighton, and three servants. From the burial order book: Thomas William Cator, aged 70, of D-207

17 Princes Bdgs, was buried on 17 Jan D.I.39 Edith Henrietta Sophia Vernon ( ) AT REST EDITH H. S. VERNON BORN MARCH 1848 DIED APRIL 1924 From the burial register: Jane Louisa Cator, aged 75, of Parkfield Park Gardens, Lower Weston, was buried on 17 Jan Cross resting on an oblong block. The incised inscription is on the eastern side of the block. The birth of Edith Henrietta Sophia Vernon was registered 1848/Q2 Penkridge (Staffs). In the 1901 census at 16 Sydney Buildings, Bath: Edith Vernon, aged 53, unmarried, born at Shareshill (Staffs), a visitor and a servant. In the 1911 census at 29 Sydney Builds, Bath: Edith Henrietta Sophia Vernon, aged 63, unmarried, [living on] private means, born at Shareshill (Staffs), and a servant. From the burial register: Edith Henrietta Sophia Vernon, aged 76, of 29 Sydney Bldgs, was buried on 1 May From the National Probate Calendar 1924: VERNON Edith Henrietta Sophia of 29 Sydneybuildings Bath spinster died 28 April 1924 Probate London 20 June to William Harland retired captain H.M. Army and Harold William Martin solicitor. Effects s. 6d. D-208

18 D.I.40 Elizabeth Walker IN LOVING MEMORY ( ) OF ELIZABETH William Walker WIFE OF COL. W M WALKER WHO DIED AT BATH 6 TH JANUARY AGED 72. JESU MERCY Cross on 3 plinths. D.I James Rumsey ( ) Eliza Rumsey ( ) THE REV. JAMES RUMSEY M.A. ALSO ELIZA HIS BELOVED WIFE From the burial register: Elizabeth Walker, aged 72, of Pulteney Villa, was buried on 9 Jan From the National Probate Calendar 1903: WALKER Elizabeth of Pulteney-house Bath (wife of William Walker) died 6 January 1903 Probate Bristol 20 March to Robert Lowe Grant Vassall solicitor and Margaret Alice Douglas spinster Effects s. 6d. Cross on 3 plinths. Accessibility is limited by tree growth. In the 1871 census at 2 Magdalene Terrace, Cowley, Oxford: James Rumsey, aged 46, MA Pembr Coll Oxford clergyman without cure of souls, born at Chesham (Bucks), wife Eliza, aged 44, born in county Waterford, four children and two servants. From the burial register: James Rumsey, aged 79, of Southfield, Claremont Road, was buried on 25 Mar From the burial register: Eliza Rumsey, aged 89, of 6 Percy Pl, Bath, was buried on 15 May From the National Probate Calendar D-209

19 D.I : RUMSEY Eliza of 6 Percy Place Bath widow died 12 May 1914 Probate Bristol 7 July to the reverend William Westropp Flemyng and the reverend Francis Rayner Brooksbank Pinhorn clerks. Effects s. 11d. Maria Medlycott ( ) In Loving Memory MARIA MEDLYCOTT JAN , AGED 92. INTO HIS MARVELLOUS LIGHT. D.I.44 Mary West ( ) Joshua West ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY WEST DIED AUGUST 9 TH 1904 ALSO OF JOSHUA WEST DIED OCTOBER 11 TH 1904 Cross on 3 plinths. Overwhelmed by an adjacent yew tree. The marriage of Edward Bradford Medlycott to Maria Emma Mansel was registered 1869/Q3 Malling (Kent). In the 1881 census at Ven House, Milbourne Port (Som): Edward B Medlycott, aged 58, magistrate, born at Milbourne Port, wife Maria, aged 54, birthplace unspecified, daughter Lilian, aged 18, born at Clifton, Bristol, ten servants and two visitors. In the 1911 census at Little Ven, Milbourne Port (Som): Maria E Medlycott, aged 77, widow, [living on] private means, born at Comrie (Perthshire), daughter Lilian Muriel, aged 38, unmarried, born at Clifton, and six servants. The death of Maria Medlycott, aged 92, was registered 1925/Q1 Poole. From the burial register: Maria Medlycott, aged 92, of Meadowcroft, Kingsbridge, Parkstone, Dorset, was buried on 16 Jun Sir Edward Bradford Medlycott ( ) was the 4 th baronet. Headstone. D-210

20 THY WILL BE DONE The birth of Joshua West was registered 1851/Q2 Bourne (Lincs). The birth of Mary Pilkington was registered 1853/Q4 Lincoln. The marriage of Joshua West to Mary Pilkington was registered 1879/Q1 Lincoln. In the 1901 census at 25 Sydney Buildings, Bath: Joshua West, aged 49, manufacturer s agent, born at Deeping St James (Lincs), wife Mary, aged 47, born at Lincoln, and a servant. From the burial register: Mary West, aged 51, of 28 Sydney Bdgs, was buried on 13 Aug D.I.45 William Parham ( ) East: Peace, Perfect Peace From the burial register: Joshua West, aged 54, of 28 Sydney Bdgs, was buried on 13 Oct Maria Theresa Parham ( ) Beatrice Berger ( ) Alice Willis ( ) Katherine Mary Airey ( ) North: IN LOVING MEMORY OF WILLIAM PARHAM BORN SEP DIED OCT ALSO MARIA THERESA WIFE OF THE ABOVE BORN SEP DIED DEC ALSO OF BEATRICE BERGER BORN DEC DIED DEC ALSO OF ALICE WILLIS BORN OCT Celtic cross on plinths. Metal fence. The birth of Maria Theresa Maskelyne was registered 1843/Q4 Faringdon. The birth of Beatrice Parham in 1864 was registered 1865/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Maskelyne. The birth of Nowlson Parham was registered 1868/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Maskelyne. The birth of Katherine Mary Parham was registered 1871/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Maskelyne. The marriage of Beatrice Parham to Hermann August Emil Berger at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1884/Q3 Bath. D-211

21 DIED FEB South: KATHERINE MARY AIREY BORN MAR DIED DEC The death of Hermann August E Berger, aged 39, was registered 1888/Q3 Bromley. The marriage of Katherine Mary Parham to Frederick Wilkin Jago Airey at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1899/Q2 Bath. In the 1901 census at Cleveland House, Bathwick, Bath: William Parham, aged 68, horticultural engineer employer, born at Sutton Veny (Wilts), wife Maria, aged 57, born at Faringdon (Berks), Beatrice Berger, aged 36, widow, daughter, born at Bath, Alice Berger, aged 13, grand-daughter, born at Bath, Nelson Parham, aged 32, son, eastern merchant employer, born at Bath, and three servants. The death of William Parham, aged 69, was registered 1901/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: William Parham, aged 69, of Cleveland House, was buried on 5 Oct The death of Maria Theresa Parham, aged 65, was registered 1908/Q4 Brighton. From the burial register: Maria Theresa Parham, aged 65, of 40 Dyke Road, Brighton, was buried on 10 Dec From the burial register & burial order book: Beatrice Berger, aged 85, of Macaulay House, Widcombe Hill, Bath, was cremated and her ashes buried on 4 Jan The death of Alice Willis, aged 75, was registered 1963/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Alice Willis, of 21a Macaulay, Widcombe, Bath, was cremated and her ashes buried on 22 Feb The death of Katherine M Airey, aged 97, was registered 1968/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Katherine Mary Airey, of Woodland Grove Nursing Home, Weston, Bath, was buried on 7 Dec D-212

22 D.I.46 Nevil Gordon Parham (1897) Marion Parham ( ) Thomas Nevil Maskelyne Parham ( ) Phyllis Maskelyne Parham ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF NEVIL GORDON, INFANT SON OF THOMAS NEVIL MASKELYNE AND MARION PARHAM, WHO DIED 29 TH NOVEMBER 1897, AGED 5 MONTHS. SUFFER THE LITTLE CHILDREN TO COME UNTO ME... FOR OF SUCH IS THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN. ALSO OF MARION PARHAM, BELOVED WIFE AND MOTHER WHO DIED JANUARY 10 TH AGED 63. ALSO OF THOMAS NEVIL MASKELYNE PARHAM WHO DIED 20 TH JULY 1933, AGED 63. ALSO OF PHYLLIS MASKELYNE PARHAM WHO DIED 23 RD MARCH 1940, AGED. Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. The birth of Marian Robertson was registered 1868/Q3 Cheltenham. The birth of Thomas Nevil Maskelyne Parham was registered 1869/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Maskelyne. The marriage of Thomas Nevil M Parham to Marian Robertson at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1894/Q1 Bath. The births of Nevil Gordon Parham and Phyllis Maskelyne Parham were registered 1897/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Robertson. From the burial order book: Nevil Gordon Parham, aged 5 months, of 1 Sion Place, Bathwick Hill, was buried on 2 Dec In the 1901 census at 1 Sion Place, Bathwick, Bath: T H M Parham, aged 31, solicitor, born at Bath, wife Marian, aged 32, born at Cheltenham, children: Phyllis M, aged 3, born at Bath, and Lennox K, aged 10 months, born at Bath, a visitor, and two servants. From the burial register: Marion Parham, aged 63, of 52 Cranbrook Rd, Bristol, was buried on 13 Jan From the burial register: Thomas Nevil Maskelyne Parham, aged 63, of Springcroft, Wickham Hill, Hurstpierpoint, was buried on 28 Jul From the burial register: Phyllis Maskelyne Parham, aged 43, of D-213

23 D.I.47 Haywards Heath, Sussex, was buried on 28 Mar Mary Shute Anne Leir ( ) Charles Kington Leir ( ) TO the memory of MARY SHUTE ANNE WIFE OF CHARLES KINGTON LEIR WHO DIED JANUARY 26 TH 1893 IN HER 84 TH YEAR Headstone surmounted by a cross, this lying flat on the adjacent grave in row J. In the 1851 census at 71 Pulteney Street, Bath: Francis Adams, aged 38, landed proprietor, born at Clifton, wife Maria, aged 36, born at Bleadon (Som), Mary S A, aged 40, unmarried, sister, funded proprietor, born at Weymouth, children: Frederick A, aged 4, born in France, and Mary J, aged 1, born at Locking (Som), and two servants. The marriage of Charles Mascie Leir to Mary Shute Anne Adams at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1853/Q1 Bath. In the 1861 census at Beaulieu Lodge, Weston (Som): Charles Mascie Leir, aged 30, gentleman farmer, born at Swansea, E Wales, wife Mary Shute A, aged 40, born at Weymouth (Dorset), and three servants. In the 1881 census at Sea Vale Villas, Clevedon (Som): Mary Shute Ann Leir, aged 70, married, [living on] interest of money, born at Weymouth (Dorset), and a visitor. The death of Mary Shute Anne Leir, aged 84, was registered 1893/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Mary Shute Anne Leir, aged 84, of 52 Pulteney St, was buried on 31 Jan From the grant of probate the date of death was 27 Jan The death of Charles Kington Leir, aged 65, was registered 1894/Q4 Axbridge. D-214

24 D.I.48 Frederick James East: Parham ( ) Jessie Esther Brooks Parham ( ) Ivy Robertson Parham ( ) North: West: IN LOVING MEMORY OF FREDERICK JAMES PARHAM BORN MAY DIED MARCH... IN THE PRESENCE... AND OF JESSIE HIS WIFE... ALSO IVY BORN OCT DIED AUG DEVOTED DAUGHTER Celtic cross. The birth of Frederick James Parham was registered 1873/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Maskelyne. The birth of Jessie Esther B Robertson was registered 1874/Q3 Cheltenham. The marriage of Frederick James Parham to Jessie Esther Brooks Robertson at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1899/Q3 Bath. In the 1901 census at Marlbro House, Marlboro Lane, Bath: Fredk Jas Parham, aged 27, horticultural engineer, born Bath, wife Jessie E B, aged 26, born at Cheltenham, son Fredk R, aged 2 months, born at Bath, and two servants. The birth of Ivy Robertson Parham was registered 1902/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Robertson. From the burial register: Frederick James Parham, aged 32, of Elmsville, Marlborough Lane, died on 30 Mar 1906 and was buried on 3 Apr From the burial register: Jessie Esther Brooks, aged 87, of St George s Retreat, Ditchling, Sussex, was buried on 28 Aug From the burial register: Ivy Robertson Parham, of 22 The Circus, D-215

25 Bath, was cremated and her ashes buried on 5 Sep The death of Alice Willis, aged 75, was registered 1963/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Alice Willis, of 21a Macaulay, Widcombe, Bath, was cremated and her ashes buried on 22 Feb D-216

26 Row J D.J.21 Henry Fyers Turner East: ( ) Henry Austin Turner ( ) Henry Hamilton Fyers Turner ( ) West: IN LOVING MEMORY OF COLONEL HENRY FYERS TURNER C.B. ROYAL ENGINEERS ELDEST SON OF MAJOR GENERAL HENRY AUSTIN TURNER R.A. DIED SEPTEMBER 17 TH 1909 AGED 68 YEARS SOON SOON TO FAITHFUL WARRIORS COMES THEIR REST SWEET IS THE CALM OF PARADISE THE BLEST CHRIST S FAITHFUL SOLDIER & SERVANT UNTO HIS LIFE S END. LIEUT-COLONEL H. HAMILTON FYERS TURNER COMM DG 2 ND LANCERS (GARDNER S HORSE) KILLED IN ACTION NEAR CAMBRAI, FRANCE ON 1 ST DECEMBER 1917 AGED 49. GOD BLESS THEE WHERESO ER IN HIS GREAT UNIVERSE THOU ART TO-DAY. Cross on 3 plinths. Much lead gone. From The London Gazette of 10 Oct 1871 p4200: Royal Engineers, The promotion of Lieutenant Henry Fyers Turner, in succession to Second Captain G. W. Stockley, as notified in Gazette of 12 th September, 1871, has been cancelled. The death of Henry Austin Turner, aged 60, was registered 1875/Q3 Bath. From the National Probate Calendar 1875: 31 July. The Will of Henry Austin Turner late of the City of Bath a Major-General on the Retired Full Pay List of the Royal Artillery who died 18 July 1875 at 14 Dunsford-place in the Parish of Bathwick was proved at Bristol by Henry Fyers Turner of Ipswich in the County of Suffolk a Captain in the Royal Engineers the Son the sole Executor. Effects under 1,500. In the 1901 census at a hotel at 18 Queen Square, Bath: Henry F Turner, aged 60, widower, retired Colonel Royal Engineers, born in Mauritius. The death of Henry Fyers Turner, aged 68, was registered 1909/Q3 Bradford W. From the burial register: Henry Fyers, aged 68, of Avonside, Winsley nr Bath, was buried on 21 Sep In The London Gazette of 14 Dec 1915 p9096 in a list of promotions: Princess Charlotte of Wales s (Royal Berkshire Regiment). D-217

27 Reginald Hamilton Fyers Turner. D.J.22 Sophia Carolina Chalke ( ) Henry James Chalke ( ) IN MEMORY OF SOPHIA CAROLINA WIDOW OF HENRY JAMES CHALKE ESQ RE OF DIAMOND HARBOUR E.I. BORN SEP R 14 TH 1801 DIED MARCH 5 TH 1868 HIM THAT COMETH UNTO ME I WILL IN NO WISE CAST OUT. H H F Turner, Lt Colonel, 2 nd Lancers (Gardner s Horse), died on 1 Dec 1917, Tincourt New British Cemetery (Somme, France) III.C.22 [CWGC]. From the National Probate Calendar 1918: TURNER Henry Hamilton Fyers of 12 Ashburn-place Cromwell-road Middlesex lieutenant-colonel 2nd Lancers Indian Army died 1 December 1917 in France or Belgium Probate London 3 April to Archer Lloyd Marischal Turner retired colonel R.A. Effects s. Slab. On 4 Jul 1808 at Calcutta Henry James Chalke married Isabella Fergusson [IGI]. From the Asiatic Journal and Monthly Journal for British and Foreign India, China and Australasia Vol XXIII May-Aug 1837 p331 in a list of deaths: July At his residence in Peckham-grove. Camberwell, Henry James Chalke, Esq., formerly of Diamond Harbour, Bengal, aged 51. Will of Henry James Chalke, formerly Port Master of Camberwell, Surrey, date 14 Oct 1837, PROB 11/1885. In the 1841 census at Peckham Grove, Camberwell: Sophia Chalke, aged 35, independent, not born in Surrey, Mary Chalke, aged 30, independent, not born in Surrey, Caroline Chalke, aged 25, independent, not born in Surrey, Maria Chalke, aged 20, independent, not born in Surrey, and a servant. The death of Sophia Carolina Chalke, aged 67, was registered 1868/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Sophia Carolina Chalke, aged 67, of Henrietta St, was buried on 10 Mar Diamond Harbour is a southern suburb of Calcutta on the Hooghli D-218

28 D.J.23 river. Elizabeth Jane East: Ames ( ) Florence Louisa Ames ( ) John Charles Ames ( ) William George Ames ( ) Rebecca Ames ( ) North: West: IN LOVING MEMORY OF ELIZABETH JANE (BESSIE) YOUNGER CHILD OF WILLIAM GEORGE AND REBECCA AMES BORN 19 TH APRIL 1874, DIED 12 TH NOVEMBER HE SHALL GATHER THE LAMBS WITH HIS ARMS AND CARRY THEM IN HIS BOSOM. ALSO FLORENCE LOUISA THEIR SECOND DAUGHTER. WHO FELL ASLEEP IN JESUS, 5 TH OCTOBER AGED 18 YEARS. NOT GONE FROM MEMORY OR FROM LOVE BUT TO HER FATHER S HOME ABOVE. ALSO OF JOHN CHARLES YOUNGEST SON OF WILLIAM GEORGE & REBECCA AMES WHO DIED AT BLŒMFONTEIN C.P. SOUTH AFRICA JANUARY 1 ST 1896 AGED 27 YEARS. THY WILL BE DONE. ALSO OF WILLIAM GEORGE AMES WHO DIED JULY 2 ND 1899 AGED 71 YEARS I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVETH. JOB XIX.25. Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. The bases of supports for metal railings remain in the edges. The birth of John Charles Ames was registered 1868/Q2 Devizes. The birth of Florence Louisa Ames was registered 1870/Q1 Devizes. The birth of Elizabeth Jane Ames was registered 1874/Q2 Devizes. The death of Elizabeth Jane Ames, aged 2, was registered 1876/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Elizabeth Jane Ames, aged 2½, of Henrietta St, was buried on 14 Nov In the 1881 census at 8 Henrietta Street, Bath: William G Ames, aged 53, superannuated Supervisor of Inland Revenue, born at Frome (Som), wife Rebecca, aged 50, born at North Bradley (Wilts), children: Annie M, aged 14, born at Bedford, John C, aged 12, born at Devizes (Wilts), Florence L, aged 11, born at Devizes, and Edith R, aged 9, born at Devizes, and a servant. From the burial register: Florence Louisa Ames, of 8 Henrietta St, was buried on 11 Oct In the 1891 census at 8 Henrietta Street, Bath: William G Ames, aged 63, supervisor IR, born at Frome (Som), wife Rebecca, aged 60, born at North Bradley (Wilts), children: Annie M, aged 24, born at Bedford, and Edith R, aged 19, born at Devizes (Wilts), and a servant. The death of William George Ames, aged 71, was registered 1899/Q3 Marylebone. From the burial register: William George Ames, aged 71, of Hampton Row, was buried on 7 Jul D-219

29 D.J.24 South: ALSO OF REBECCA AMES, THE BELOVED WIFE OF WILLIAM GEORGE AMES WHO DIED SEPTEMBER 26 TH AGED 81 YEARS. WITH CHRIST WHICH IS FAR BETTER. PHIL. I.23 Mary Elizabeth Twynam ( ) South: Sacred TO THE MEMORY OF MARY ELIZABETH TWYNAM DIED DEC R 17 TH 1873, AGED 73 YEARS. The death of Rebecca Ames, aged 81, was registered 1912/Q3 Bath. From the burial register: Rebecca Ames, aged 81, of 8 Henrietta St, was buried on 2 Oct North: I AM THE WAY THE TRUTH AND THE LIFE NO MAN COMETH UNTO THE FATHER BUT BY ME. JOHN XIV. CHAP. 6. VERSE Pitched 4 ways. The death of Mary Elizabeth Twynam, aged 72, was registered 1873/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Hon Mary Elizabeth Twynam, aged 70, of 8 Edward St, was buried on 22 Dec From the National Probate Calendar 1874: 31 January. Administration of the effects of the Honourable Mary Elizabeth Twynam late of Bath in the County of Somerset Widow who died 17 December 1873 at Bath was granted at the Principal Registry under the usual Limitation to Mary Livingstone Davis (Wife of George Frederick Davis, Esquire) of Furzeley near Axminster in the County of Devon the Mother and Guardian of Dudley Guy Gisborne Emily Beatrice Gisborne Spinster and Frederick Augustus Wingfield Gisborne and for the Use and Benefit of Mary Julia Gisborne (now residing in India) Minors the Grandchildren and only Next of Kin. Effects under 1,500 Resworn October 1874 under 2,000. D.J.25 Darley Knight Sayers Goodridge ( ) Baptised on 29 May 1858 at St Marylebone, London: Dudley Guy Gisborne, son of Frederick William & Mary Livingstone Gisborne, father s occupation: gentleman, date of birth 19 Feb On 9 Jul 1891 Frederick Augustus Wingfield Gisborne, aged 31, married Eva Grace Young, aged 28, in Tasmania [IGI]. No memorial found. The marriage of James Frederic Goodridge to Selina Emma Sayle (sic) was registered 1844/Q3 Southampton. D-220

30 Selina Emma Goodridge( ) James Frederick Goodridge ( ) The birth of Darkey Knight Sayers Goodridge in 1850 was registered 1851/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Sayers. The birth of Marguerite Louisa Florence Goodridge was registered 1852/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Sayers. The birth of Sexta Rose Southey Goodridge was registered 1860/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Sayers. In the 1871 census at The Cottage, Bathwick Hill, Bath: James F Goodridge, aged 66, solicitor, born at Bath, wife Selina E, aged 51, born at Bath, children: Darkey K S, aged 20, born at Bath, Marguerite L F, aged 19, born at Bath, and Sexta R S, aged 11, born at Bath, and two servants. From the burial register & burial order book: Darley Knight Sayers Goodridge, aged 22, of Cavendish Crescent, was buried on 1 Nov From the burial register: Selina Goodridge, aged 53, of Bailbrook, was buried on 5 May In the 1881 census at 3 Old King Street, Bath: James F Goodridge, aged 76, widower, solicitor, born at Bath, and two servants. From the burial register: James Frederick Goodridge, aged 80, of Old King St, was buried on 15 Mar From the National Probate Calendar 1884: 2 February. The Will with three Codicils of James Frederic Goodridge late of the City of Bath Gentleman who died 11 March 1884 at 3 Old-King-street Bath was proved at the Principal Registry by Sexta Rose Southey Goodridge of Lucknow Residency Harold-road Upper Norwood in the County of Surrey Spinster the Daughter one of the Executors. Personal Estate 97 1s. 9d. D-221

31 D.J.26 Anne Frances James North: ( ) Capt n Richard James. died August 6 th 1876, Aged 41. Richard James ( ) South: [Anne] Frances James, died June 22 nd 1872 Ag... Layered tomb with the upper portion having pitched sides, a flat top with a raised cross. The death of Ann Frances James, aged 74, was registered 1872/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Anne Frances James, aged 74, of 26 Pulteney St, was buried on 29 Jun From the National Probate Calendar 1872: 8 August. The Will of Ann Frances James formerly of 4 Chesterfield-place Weymouth in the County of Dorset but late of 26 Pulteney-street Bath in the County of Somerset Widow who died 22 Jun 1872 at 26 Pulteney-street was proved at the Principal Registry by Richard James of Weston-super-Mare in the County of Somerset Esquire the Son the sole Executor. Effects under 1,500. D.J.27 Mary Anne Charlotte Charlton ( ) Caroline Charlton ( ) MARY ANNE CHARLOTTE CHARLTON DIED JANUARY 27 TH 1873 CAROLINE CHARLTON... AGED 88. The death of Richard James, aged 41, was registered 1876/Q3 Hereford. From the burial register: Richard James, aged 41, of Hereford, was buried on 10 Aug From the National Probate Calendar 1876: 30 August. The Will of Richard James late of the City of Hereford Esquire who died 6 August 1876 of 2 Holmer-villas in the said City was proved at the Principal Registry by Frederic William Blunt of 26 Gresham-street in the City of London Solicitor the sole Executor. Effects under 3,000. Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. In the 1851 census at Newland, Sherborne (Dorset): M A Charlton, D-222

32 aged 60, widow, schoolmistress, born in London, Ann Agnes Charlton, aged 30, unmarried, daughter, born at Stourton (Wilts), Caroline Charlton, aged 44, unmarried, sister-in-law, born at Stourton, a teacher, an assistant, two visitors and eight pupils. In the 1861 census at High Street, Bruton (Som): Fannye Michell, aged 59, widow, landed proprietor, born at Frome (Som), Ernest Cassan, aged 25, unmarried, son, undergraduate Oxford, born at Bruton, Mary A C Charlton, aged 72, widow, visitor, born in London, Caroline Charlton, aged 55, unmarried, visitor, born at Sturton (Wilts), and two servants. From the burial register: Mary Anne Charlotte Charlton, aged 82, of 15 Edward St, was buried on 31 Jan In the 1891 census at 4 Green Park, Bath: Caroline Charlton, aged 85, unmarried, living on own means, born at Stourton (Wilts). D.J.28 Michael Ewing ( ) SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF MICHAEL EWING. ESQ RE LATE OF NEW LODGE. ISLE OF WIGHT WHO DIED 25 TH DECEMBER 1878 AGED 75. From the burial order book: Caroline Charlton, aged 88, of 4 Green Park, was buried on 22 Dec Slab, the upper surface slightly curved. From the burial register: Michael Ewing, aged 75, of Gloucester Place, was buried on 30 Dec From the National Probate Calendar 1879: 21 January. The Will of Michael Ewing formerly of New Lodge Ryde in the Isle of Wight but late of 5 Gloucester-place in the City of Bath Esquire who died 25 December 1878 at 5 Gloucester-place was proved at Bristol by Robert Ruthven Pym of 59 Strand in the County of Middlesex and Ernest Wallace Rooke of 37 Gay-street Bath Esquires the Executors. Personal Estate under 7,000. D-223

33 D.J.29 Anna Mary South: Catharine Lind ANNA MARY CATHARINE LIND DIED OCTOBER 12 TH 1885 ( ) SHE IS NOT DEAD BUT SLEEPETH. Tomb with pitched sides and a flat top with a raised cross. Partially delaminated. Baptised on 23 Jan 1831 at Futtehport, Bengal, India: Anna Mary Catharine Lind, daughter of Alexander Francis & Anesia Moria Lind, date of birth 20 Dec 1830 [IGI]. In the 1871 census at 10 Blomfield Street, Paddington: Elizabeth Lind, aged 48, unmarried, lodger, annuity from Bengal Civil Fund, born in Bengal E Indies, and Anna Lind, aged 37, unmarried, sister, annuity from Bengal Civil Fund, born in Bengal. D.J.30 Ethel Fanny Margaret Hartree (1887) The death of Anna Mary Catharine Lind, aged 54, was registered 1885/Q4 Bath. From the burial register Louisa (sic) Mary Catherine Lind, aged 54, of 54 Pulteney St, was buried on 17 Oct No memorial found. The birth of Ethel Fanny Margaret Hartree was registered 1887/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Whiffin. D.J.31 Rosetta Lambert Williams ( ) South:... Alfred Williams Priest Rector of Culmington Salop East: who fell asleep March 27 th 1881 From the burial register & burial order book: Ethel Fanny Margaret Hartree, aged 5 months, of 4 George St, was buried on 4 Nov North: + Lord... pity... Multilayered tombs with a separate cross on the upper surface, this resting in a recess. The incised inscriptions, in a gothic script on the sides, are difficult to read because of white lichen. Ant hill on the D-224

34 south-western corner. In the 1851 census at 5 Stanley Villas, Kensington, London: Alfred Williams, aged 52, lecturer St Pancras church, born in London, wife Rosetta, aged 44, born at St Pancras (Middx), children: Alfred H, aged 18, born at St Pancras, Rosetta K, aged 16, born at St Pancras, Lloyd E, aged 12, born at St Pancras, and Frederick M, aged 11, born at St Pancras, three visitors and three servants. In the 1861 census at the Rectory, Seifton (Salop): Alfred Williams, aged 62, rector of Culmington, born in London, wife Rosetta L, aged 54, born in London, son Lloyd E, aged 24, born in London, and four servants. From Crockford s Clerical Directory 1868: Williams, Alfred, Culmington Rectory, Bromfield, Shrewsbury. King s Coll. Cam. B.A. 1842, M.A. 1845, R. of Culmington, Dio. Herf (Patron, W. J. Clement, Esq ; Tithe, 685l; R s Inc. 702l and Ho; Pop. 517.) Formerly Fell. of King s Coll. Cam. From Crockford s Clerical Directory 1874: Williams, Alfred, Culmington Rectory, Bromfield, Shrewsbury. Late Fell. of King s Coll. Cam. B.A. 1842, M.A. 1845; d 1846 by Bp of Worc. p 1850 by Bp of Lich. V. of Kingston-on-Thames Inc. 630l; Net 500l and Ho; Pop ) Formerly C. of Stourbridge ; Spon Lane, Birmingham, ; Tiverton ; P.C. of Molesey, Surrey, From the burial register: Rosetta Lambert Williams, aged 73, of 34 Bathwick St, was buried on 31 Mar D-225

35 D.J.32 Henry Wills Guy ( ) Ann Agnes Guy ( ) HENRY WILLS GUY BORN OCTOBER 21 ST 1819 DIED FEBRUARY 14 TH 1898 ANN AGNES WIDOW OF THE REV D HENRY WILLS GUY DIED MARCH 8 TH 1906, AGED 92. Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. The marriage of Henry Wills Guy to Ann Agnes Charlton was registered 1856/Q3 Wincanton. In the 1881 census at the Rectory, Winterborn Clenstone (Dorset): Henry Wills Guy, aged 62, rector of W Clenstone, born at Hinton St George (Som), wife Ann A, aged 67, born at Stourton (Wilts), and two servants. From the burial order book: Henry Wills Guy, aged 79, of 4 Henrietta St was buried on 19 Feb D.J.33 Ann Stallard ( ) James Stallard ( ) From the burial register: Ann Agnes Guy, aged 92 of 5 Forester Rd, was buried on 12 Mar No memorial found. In the 1881 census at 11 Brunswick Street, Bath: James Stallard, aged 64, supt school board agents, born at Milverton (Som), and wife Ann, aged 74, born at Bromsgrove (Worcs), Emma Treahearn, aged 59, widow, sister-in-law, land & houses, born at Bromsgrove, a niece and a visitor. From the burial register & burial order book: Ann Stallard, aged 76, of 4 Brunswick St, was buried on 1 Jan From the burial register & burial order book: James Stallard, aged 70, of 11 Brunswick St, was buried on 20 Dec D-226

36 IN LOVING MEMORY OF Harriet Hurst (1823- JAMES HURST 1883) WHO DIED OCT AGED 49 YEARS Mary Jane Hurst ( ) ALSO OF HARRIET HURST WIDOW OF THE ABOVE Edward George WHO DIED AUG Hurst ( ) AGED 60 YEARS THY WILL BE DONE IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY JANE HURST WHO DIED APRIL AGED 68 ALSO OF EDWARD GEORGE HURST HUSBAND OF ABOVE DIED MAY AGED 85 YEARS D.J.34 James Hurst ( ) Headstone and kerb. Metal, fluted vase. The birth of William Arthur Hurst was registered 1858/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Barnes. In the 1861 census at 7 Princes St, Walcot, Bath: William Cross, aged 46, domestic coachman, born at Chipping Sodbury (Glos), wife Mary, aged 43, born at Selsey (Sussex), four children, William A Hurst, aged 3, nephew, born at Bath. (The birth of Tom Cross was registered 1860/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Barnes.) The death of James Hurst, aged 49, was registered 1868/Q4 Bath. There is no entry in the burial order book for the burial. The birth of Edward George Hurst was registered 1864/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Barnes. From the burial register (but not in the burial order book); James Hurst, aged 69, of Cottage Row, was buried on 5 Nov In the 1871 census at 22 Bathwick Street, Bath: Harriet Hurst, aged 48, widow, daily cook, born at Selsey (Sussex), and children: Arthur, aged 13, born at Bath, and Edward, aged 6, born at Bath. In the 1881 census at 22 Bathwick Street, Bath: Harriet Hurst, aged 56, widow, domestic cook, born at Chichester (Sussex), and son Edward, aged 16, cutler, born at Bath. D-227

37 From the burial register: Harriet Hurst, aged 60, of 22 Bathwick St, was buried on 9 Aug From the National Probate Calendar 1883: 21 August. Administration of the Personal Estate of Harriet Hurst formerly of Bathford House near Bath but late of 22 Bathwick-street in the City of Bath Widow who died 5 August 1883 at 22 Bathwickstreet was granted at Bristol to William Arthur Hurst of Hornby Castle in the Parish of Hornby in the County of York Footman to his Grace the Duke of Leeds the Son and one of the Next of Kin. Personal Estate 93 3s. 7d. In the 1891 census at 81 Yalsham Road, Fulham, London: Edward G Hurst, aged 27, police sergeant T Division, born at Bath, wife Mary J, aged 28, born at Egham (Surrey), children: Emily M, aged 3, born at Paddington, and Edith M, aged 2, born at Hammersmith. In the 1901 census at 39 East St Bldgs, Marylebone, London: Edward G Hurst, aged 36, inspector of police, born at Bath, wife Mary J, aged 38, born at Virginia Water (Surrey), children: Emily M, aged 13, born at Paddington, Edith M, aged 12, born at Fulham, and Winifred L, aged 14 months, born at Fulham. In the 1911 census at 6 Forester Avenue, Bathwick, Bath: Edward George Hurst, aged 46, sub-divisional inspector Met. Police (retired), born at Bathwick, wife Mary Jane, aged 48, married 23 years 3 children, born at Callow Hill, Virginia Water (Surrey), daughter Winifred Lizzie, aged 11, born at St Marylebone, London, and a servant. The death of Mary J Hurst, aged 68, was registered 1931/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Mary Jane Hurst, aged 68, of 5 Rockliffe Rd, Bath, was buried on 24 Apr From the burial register: Edward George Hurst, aged 85, of 5 Rockliffe Rd, Bath, was buried on 8 May D-228

38 D.J.35 Augusta Caroline East: Coore ( ) Henry Coore ( ) AUGUSTA CAROLINE, WIFE OF HENRY COORE, OF SCRUTON HALL, YORKSHIRE ENTERED INTO REST AUGUST 8 TH 1889, AGED 68. R.I.P. Cross, in grey polished granite, on 3 plinths (in stone). The marriage of Henry Coore to Augusta Caroline Milbank was registered 1841/Q3 Bedale (Yorks). In the 1881 census at 2 Edward Street, Bath: Hy Coore, aged 61, landowner, born at Hanwell Hall (Yorks), wife Augusta C, aged 59, born in London, children: Caroline A, aged 32, unmarried, born at Scruton Hall (Yorks), George B M, aged 15, born at Scruton Hall, and three servants. The death of Augusta Caroline Coore, aged 68, was registered 1889/Q3 Bath. From the burial order book: Augusta Caroline Coore, aged 68, of 2 Edward St, was buried on 13 Aug The death of Henry Coore, aged 70, was registered 1890/Q2 Bath. From the burial order book: Henry Foster Coore, aged 70, of 3 Bathwick Hill, died/was buried on 8 May From the two grants of probate, he died on 4 May 1890 at Pembroke Villa, Bathwick Hill. D-229

39 D.J.36 Caroline Macknay East: ( ) Eliza Morris ( ) North: CAROLINE MACKNAY DIED DEC R 10 TH 1886 AGED 56 ELIZA MORRIS DIED AUGT 3 RD 1919 AGED 55 D.J.37 Fanny Maria Whitehorne ( ) Cross on 3 plinths, cross flat on the grave. The birth of Eliza Macknay was registered 1863/Q4 Derby. In the 1881 census at the home of Henry & Augusta C Coore at 2 Edward Street, Bath: Caroline Macknay, aged 50, housekeeper, born at Southampton, Isabella Hare, aged 31, unmarried, cook, born at...don (Yorks), and Eliza Macknay, aged 17, unmarried, parlor maid, born at Derby. The marriage of Frederick James Morris to Eliza Macknay was registered 1884/Q3 Bath. The death of Caroline Macknay, aged 56, was registered 1886/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Caroline Macknay, aged 56, of 2 Edward St, was buried on 14 Dec In the 1911 census at 6 Kingsdown View, Bath: Frederick James Morris, aged 49, foreman house painter, born at Bath, wife Eliza, aged 47, married 26 years 2 children, born at Derby, children: Wilfred, aged 25, shipping clerk, born at Bath, and Arthur William, aged 20, school teacher, born at Bath, and a boarder. From the burial register: Eliza Morris, aged 55, of 6 Kingsdown View, Fairfield, Bath, was buried on 8 Aug No memorial found. In the 1891 census at 110 Adelaide Road, Hampstead, London: Fanny M Whitehorne, aged 56, living on own means, born at Westbury (Wilts), Edith A Whitehorne, aged 52, unmarried, sister, living on own means, born at Bristol, two servants and a visitor. D-230

40 D.J From the burial register & burial order book: Fanny Maria Whitehorne, aged 58, of 17 Bathwick Hill, was buried on 18 Jan From the National Probate Calendar 1894: WHITEHORNE Fanny Maria of Heron lodge 17 Bathwick-hill Bath spinster died 15 January 1894 Probate London 19 March to Edith Ann Whitehorne spinster Effects s. 9d. Sarah Catherine Clara Fowler Butler ( ) Richard Fowler Butler (-1864) Betsey Sperring ( ) John Sperring East: North: SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF SARAH FOWLER BUTLER DAUGHTER OF RICHARD FOWLER BUTLER OF PENDEFORD HALL STAFFORDSHIRE DIED 11 TH OCTOBER 1898 Jesu Mercy ALSO OF BETSEY FOR 30 YEARS HER FAITHFUL SERVANT AND FRIEND AND THE BELOVED WIFE OF JOHN SPERRING DIED 6 TH MARCH 1909 PEACE IN HIM. Cross on 3 plinths. Double-width plot. A list of memorials at St James, Barton-under-Needwood (Staffs) at the online The Staffordshire Encyclopedia has: Eliza, 2 nd wife of Richard Fowler-Butler of Barton Hall d1838. Richard Fowler-Butler of Pendeford Hall & Barton Hall served in Rifle Brigade during the Peninsula War & at Waterloo d1864. Anne wife of Robert Henry Fowler-Butler d1900, & her mother, Eliza wife of Rev. J. de Courey O Grady d1898, & Anne s aunt Agnes wife of Richard Fowler-Butler d1885. The death of Richard Fowler Butler was registered 1864/Q1 Burton on Trent. The death of Sarah C C Fowler-Butler, aged 71, was registered 1888/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Sarah Catherine Clara Fowler Butler, aged 71, of 9 Laura Place, was buried on 14 Oct The death of Betsy Sperring, aged 68, was registered 1909/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Betsey Sperring, aged 68, of 17 Rockliffe Rd, was buried on 11 Mar Pendeford Hall was the home of the Fowler family from the 17 th century. A member of the family assumed the named Butler in D-231

41 D.J.40 addition to Fowler. After being requisitioned during the war, it was partly demolished in 1953 and this completed in It is now the site of a caravan park. John Herbert Shackleford ( ) John Shackleford ( ) Hannah Maria Shackleford ( ) East: North: West: IN LOVING MEMORY OF JOHN HERBERT THE DEARLY LOVED AND ONLY SON OF JOHN AND HANNAH SHACKLEFORD, WHO FELL ASLEEP APRIL 29 TH 1899 AGED 29 YEARS LORD OF MERCY, JESUS BLEST GRANT HIM THINE ETERNAL REST. IN LOVING MEMORY OF JOHN SHACKLEFORD WHO FELL ASLEEP NOV. 20 TH 1901 AGED 76 YEARS PEACE, PERFECT PEACE FATHER IN THY GRACIOUS KEEPING LEAVE WE NOW THY SERVANT SLEEPING. IN LOVING MEMORY OF HANNAH MARIA WIFE OF JOHN SHACKLEFORD WHO FELL ASLEEP FEB Y 22 ND 1907 AGED 69 YEARS HER CHILDREN ARISE UP AND CALL HER BLESSED. Cross on 3 plinths. In the 1881 census at Broad Street, Lyme Regis (Dorset): John Shackleford, aged 56, printer, stationer &c, born at Brighton, wife Hannah, aged 44, born at Brighton, children: John Herbert, aged 11, born at Brighton, Alice Hannah, aged 10, born at Brighton, Ella Elizabeth, aged 8, born at Brighton, Kate Mary, aged 6, born at Brighton, and Constance, aged 2, born at Lyme Regis, and Hannah Shackleford, aged 54, unmarried, sister, born at Brighton. In the 1891 census at 134 High Street, Crediton (Devon): John Shackelford (sic), aged 66, bookseller & librarian, born at Brighton, wife Hannah M, aged 54, assisting in business, born at Brighton, and children: Alice H, aged 20, shop assistant, born at Brighton, Kathleen, aged 17, shop assistant, born at Brighton, and Constance, aged 12, born at Lyme Regis. In the 1891 census at 8 Belgrave Crescent, Walcot, Bath: John H Shackelford (sic), aged 21, unmarried, lodger, telegraph clerk GPO, born at Brighton. The death of John H Shackelford (sic), aged 29, was registered 1899/Q2 Marylebone. From the burial register: John Herbert Shackleford, aged 29, of 20 Daniel St, was buried on 5 May In the 1901 census at 20 Daniel Street, Bath: John Shackleford, aged 76, living on own means, born at Brighton, wife Hannah Maria, aged 63, born at Brighton, children: Alice Hannah, aged 30, unmarried, art D-232

42 needleworker, born at Brighton, and Kathleen Mary, aged 27, unmarried, fancy goods, born at Brighton, and a boarder. The death of John Shackelford (sic), aged 76, was registered 1901/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: John Shackleford, aged 76, of 19 Daniel St, was buried on 25 Nov D.J.41 Amelia Charlotte Duke ( ) Richard Duke IN LOVING MEMORY OF AMELIA CHARLOTTE WIDOW OF ROBERT DUKE OF NEWPARK, C O SLIGO SHE FELL ASLEEP IN JESUS MARCH 11 TH 1900 R I P The death of Hannah Maria Shackelford (sic), aged 69, was registered 1907/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Hannah Maria Shackleford, aged 69, of 19 Belvedere, Bath, was buried on 27 Feb Cross on 3 plinths. D.J.42 D.J.43 Frederick William Morriss ( ) Cecilia Susan Macdonald ( ) Frances Amelia Macdonald ( ) Flora Macdonald East: SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF CECILIA SUSAN THIRD DAUGHTER OF THE LATE REV D DOUGLAS MACDONALD DIED FEB Y 10 TH 1903, AGED 60. R I P The death of Amelia Charlotte Duke, aged 62, was registered 1900/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Amelia Charlotte Duke, aged 62, of 12 Raby Place, was buried on 14 Mar No memorial found. The death of Frederick William Morriss, aged 39, was registered 1901/Q2 Bath. From the burial register & burial order book: Frederick William Morriss, aged 39, of 3 Cambridge Place, was buried on 10 Jun Cross on 3 plinths. D-233

43 ( )... SHALL LIVE ALSO Douglas Macdonald ( ) North: West: FRANCES AMELIA MACDONALD BORN APRIL 20 TH 1841, DIED MARCH 5 TH R I P MAKE THEM TO BE NUMBERED WITH THY SAINTS IN GLORY EVERLASTING. FLORA ELDEST DAUGHTER OF THE LATE DOUGLAS MACDONALD (PRIEST) VICAR OF WEST ALVINGTON S. DEVON BORN DECR 16 TH 1839 DIED MARCH 7 TH 1917 LET THE BEAUTY OF THE LORD OUR GOD BE UPON US. In the 1861 census at Vicarage House, West Alvington (Devon): Douglas Macdonald, aged 49, vicar of West Alvington, born at Broad Hinton (Wilts), wife Flora G, aged 45, born at Colway House (Herts), children: Flora, aged 20, born at W Alvington, Frances, aged 19, born at W Alvington, Cecilia, aged 18, born at W Alvington, Eva, aged 16, born at W Alvington, Helen, aged 14, born at W Alvington, Maurice, aged 10, born at W Alvington, Angus, aged 8, born at W Alvington, and Georgina, aged 4, born at W Alvington, a governess and four servants. The death of Douglas Macdonald was registered 1865/Q1 Kingsbridge. In the 1901 census at 5 Blomfield Street, Paddington, London: Frances A Macdonald, aged 58, unmarried, living on own means, born at W Alvington (Devon), and a visitor. In the 1901 census at St Pauls Road, Bournemouth: Flora Macdonald, aged 60, unmarried, boarder, born in Devon. From the burial register: Cecilia Susan Macdonald, aged 60, of 4 Daniel St, was buried on 16 Feb From the burial register: Frances Amelia Macdonald, aged 68, of 41a Pulteney St, died 116 Sutherland Ave, London and was buried on 12 Mar From the burial register: Flora Macdonald, aged 77, of Warwick Grange, 48 Lansdown Rd, Bournemouth, was buried on 9 Mar D.J.44 William Wells ( ) Mary Ann Wells ( ) Alice Wells ( ) See also G.L.11 and D.Y.39. No memorial found. In the 1901 census at Lime Grove Cottage, Bath: William Wells, aged 70, nurseyman employer, born at Bath, wife Mary A, aged 71, born at Bath, and daughter Alice, aged 35, unmarried, cook domestic, born at Bath. From the burial order book: William Wells, aged 73, of Lime Grove Cottage, Pulteney Gardens, was buried on 20 Apr From the burial order book: Mary Ann Wells, aged 92, of Lime Grove Cottage, Pulteney Gdns, was buried on 1 Dec D-234

44 From the burial order book: Alice Wells, aged 76, of 16 Queen's Pl, Pulteney Rd, Bath, was buried on 18 Aug D.J.45 Alfred Baker ( ) Mary Jane Baker ( ) Annie Edmonds Prior ( ) In Loving Memory of ALFRED BAKER WHO FELL ASLEEP NOV 5 TH AGED 54. THY WILL BE DONE Also IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY JANE BAKER, WIFE OF THE ABOVE WHO ENTERED INTO LIFE DEC 7 TH 1923, AGED 79. UNTIL THE DAY BREAK AND THE SHADOWS FLEE AWAY. Also of ANNIE EDMONDS PRIOR SISTER OF MARY JANE BAKER WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE NOV 7 TH 1929, AGED 81 YEARS. Headstone and kerb. The birth of Mary Jane Pryor was registered 1844/Q2 Wantage. In the 1871 census at Manor House, Fritwell (Oxon): Alfred Baker, aged 22, unmarried, servant, footman, born at Stamford (Lincs). In the 1881 census in the household of Honble Shaw Gordon at 98 Sydney Place, Bath: Alfred Baker, aged 32, unmarried, butler, born at Stamford. In the 1891 census at 73 Pulteney Street, Bath: Alfred Baker, aged 47, lodging house keeper, born at Stamford (Nhants), wife Mary J, aged 47, born at Wantage (Berks), and two servants. In the 1901 census at 73 Pulteney Street, Bath: Alfred Baker, aged 52, lodging house keeper own account, born at Stamford (Northumberland), wife Mary, aged 55, born at Wantage (Berks), Letitia Baker, aged 54, unmarried, sister, assistant, born at Stamford, and three boarders. From the burial register: Alfred Baker, aged 54, of 73 Pulteney St, was buried on 8 Nov From the burial register: Mary Jane Baker, aged 79, of 3 Darlington St, Bath, was buried on 11 Dec From the burial register: Annie Edmonds Prior, aged 86 (!), of 3 D-235

45 D.J.46 Darlington St, Bath, was buried on 11 Nov From the National Probate Calendar 1929: PRIOR Annie Edmonds of 3 Darlington-street Bath spinster died 7 November 1929 Probate Bristol 11 December to Helen Mary Johnson spinster. Effects 312 2s.2d. Arthur Edward Burr ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF ARTHUR EDWARD BURR WHO PASSED PEACEFULLY AWAY APRIL 26 TH AGED 74. WITH CHRIST WHICH IS FAR BETTER PEACE, PERFECT PEACE. Headstone with a pointed top and kerb. The marriage of Arthur Edward Burr to Ellen Hackett Piercy was registered 1858/Q4 Wokingham. The death of Ellen Hackett Burr was registered 1859/Q4 Lambeth. In the 1871 census at a school at 40 South Street, Dorchester (Dorset): Arthur E Burr, aged 43, widower, assistant master, born at Sandhurst. In the 1881 census at 10 Cleveland Place West, Bath: Emily Piercy, aged 53, unmarried, born at Sandhurst (Berks), Arthur E Burr, aged 54, widower, born at Sandhurst, and a servant. In the 1891 census at Rosemount Cottage, Hampton Row, Bath: Arthur E Burr, aged 59, widower, living on own means, born at Sandhurst (Berks). D.J.47 Mary Freeman Hiron ( ) West: East: North: South: MARY FREEMAN HIRON BORN JUNE DIED OCT I WAITED PATIENTLY FOR THE LORD From the burial register: Arthur Edward Burr, aged 74, of 9 Hampton Row, was buried on 1 May D-236

46 RETURN UNTO REST O MY SOUL Kerb. The marriage of William Hiron to Mary Freeman Cooper was registered 1842/Q2 Evesham. The birth of Henry Hiron was registered 1845/Q4 Shipston on Stour. The birth of Mary Franklin Hiron was registered 1847/Q3 Shipton on Stour. In the 1851 census at High Street, Chipping Campden (Glos): William Hiron, aged 36, general practitioner MRCS & LACS, born at Campden (Glos), wife Mary F, aged 34, born at M... (Glos), children: Henry, aged 7, born at Campden, Lucy, aged 6, born at Campden, and Mary F, aged 5, born at Campden, a governess and two servants. Will of William Hiron, Surgeon of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, date 17 Aug 1854, PROB 11/2196. In the 1861 census at 74 Francis Street, Edgbaston (Warks): Mary Freeman Hiron, aged 43, widow, fundholder, born at Hulcot (Glos), children: Henry, aged 15, born at Hulcot, and Mary F, aged 13, born at Hulcot, and two servants. D.J.48 George Parsons ( ) Zitella Emily Tompkins ( ) From the burial order book: Mary Freeman Hiron, aged 73, of Combe Down, died/was buried on 22 Oct No memorial found. In the 1851 census at 7 Princes Buildings, Widcombe, Bath: George Parsons, aged 62, gardener s labourer, born at Stalbridge (Dorset), wife Mary A, aged 56, born at Frome (Som), and son Henry, aged 11, born at Bath. From the St Mark s burial register: Mary Ann Parsons, aged 63, of Pulteney Road, Widcombe, was buried at St Mark s on 20 Dec In the 1861 census at 14 Albert Terrace. Widcombe, Bath: George Parsons, aged 60, widower, labourer, born at Stallbridge (Dorset). D-237

47 From the burial order book: George Parsons, aged 76, of Albert Terrace, Widcombe, died on 4 Jan 1865 and was buried on 7 Jan In the 1891 census in the household of Victor A Montagu at The Priory, Wherwell (Hants): Zitella Tompson, aged 43, unmarried, tutor (educational), born at Paris. The death of Zitella E Tompkins, aged 73, was registered 1918/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Zitella Emily Tompkins, aged 73, of 14 Bathwick Street, was buried on 25 Oct From the National Probate Calendar 1919: TOMKINS Zitella Emily of 14 Bathwick-street Bath spinster died 23 October 1918 Administration Bristol 24 January to Charles John Tomkins esquire. Effects 47 12s. 6d. D-238

48 Row Ja D.Ja.21 Alpheus Baylis In Wood ( ) Memory of ALPHEUS BAYLIS WOOD of PHILADELPHIA U.S.A. who died at Bath July 15 th 1907 Aged 81 Headstone and kerb. The marriage of Alpheus Baylies (sic) Wood to Ann Mary Maw was registered 1863/Q4 Pancras. In the 1871 census at Castlerigg St John (Cumberland): Alpheus B Wood, aged 44, pencil manufacturer employing 5 men & 2 boys, citizen of the U States, wife Anne Mary, aged 41, born in London, children: Elizabeth Read, aged 6, born in Shropshire, Harry Crowley, aged 5, born at Crosthwaite (Cumberland), and John Nicholas, aged 1 month, born at Crosthwaite, and two servants. In the 1891 census at 92 Abingdon Road, Kensington, London: Alpheus B Wood, aged 64, living on own means, born in Pennsylvania USA, wife Anne M, aged 61, born in London, and son Francis D, aged 19, student S Kensington, born at Keswick (Cumberland). In the 1901 census at Tan House, Little Stretton (Salop): Alpheus B Wood, aged 74, married, living on own means, born at Harrisburg USA. The death of Alpheus Baylis Wood, aged 81, was registered 1907/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Alpheus Bayliss (sic) Wood, aged 81, of 14 North Parade, Bath, was buried on 18 Jan D-239

49 D.Ja.22 Ann Candy ( ) Martha Candy ( ) Pitched 4 ways. Almost completely delaminated with only a small piece of the surface remaining on the northern side. No inscription found. In the 1861 census at 22 Sydney Buildings, Bath: William Candy, aged 50, unmarried, retired farmer, born at Claverton (Som), Ann Candy, aged 63, unmarried, sister, born at Doulton (Som), and Martha Candy, aged 61, unmarried, sister, born at Doulton. From the burial register and burial order book: Ann Candy, aged 65, of Sydney Bldgs, died on 3 Jul 1863 and was buried on 9 Jul In the 1871 census at 22 Sydney Buildings, Bath: Martha Candy, aged 71, unmarried, income from house property, born at Doulton (Som), and Maria Morgan, aged 48, unmarried, niece, income from house property, born at Bath. D.Ja.22 Frances Colborne ( ) B Colborne Mary Jane Ninnes ( ) South: SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF FRANCES COLBORNE [REL]ICT OF THE LATE B. COLBORNE E[SQ] DIED MAY 17 TH 1873, AGED 83. HER END WAS PEACE. From the burial register and burial order book: Martha Candy, aged 78, of 22 Sydney Bldgs, died on 2 Apr 1878 and was buried on 8 Apr North: Pitched 4 ways. Partly delaminated. D-240

50 ALSO IN MEMORY OF MARY JANE NINNES GRAND-DAUGHTER OF FRANCES COLBORNE DIED DEC R 23 RD 1874 AGED 33. LORD JESUS RECEIVE MY SPIRIT. The marriage of John Walker Ninnes to Fanny Colborne at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1838/Q4 Bath. The birth of Mary Jane Ninnes was registered 1840/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Colborne. In the 1851 census at 30 Sydney Buildings, Bath: Frances Colbourn, aged 57, widow, [income from] house property, born at Bath, daughter Eliza, aged 25, unmarried, [income from] house property, born at Bath, and Mary Ninnes, aged 10, grand-daughter, born at Bath. In the 1871 census at 30 Sydney Buildings, Bath: Frances Colborne, aged 80, widow, income from house property, born at Bath, Fannie Ninnes, aged 54, married, wife of retired watchmaker, born at Bath, Mary J Ninnes, aged 30, unmarried, grand-daughter, living with head of family, born at Bath. From the burial order book: Frances Colborne, aged 83, of 30 Sydney Bldgs, was buried on 23 May D.Ja.23, 24 John Gregory ( ) Mary Eliza Gregory ( ) South: Sacred to the Memory of JOHN GREGORY DIED OCTOBER 24 TH 1875 AGED 50 ASLEEP IN JESUS From the burial register: Mary Jane Ninnes, aged 33, of 30 Sydney Bldgs, was buried on 28 Dec North: ALSO MARY ELIZA WIDOW OF JOHN GREGORY DIED AUGUST 8 TH 1900 AGED 75. Pitched 4 ways. Double-width plot. In the 1871 census at 30 Sydney Buildings, Bath: John Gregory, aged 46, income from house rentals, born at Risley (Beds), and wife Mary E, aged 46, born at Bath. From the burial register: John Gregory, aged 50, of 30 Sydney Bldgs, D-241

51 was buried on 30 Oct D.Ja.25 Henry Austin Turner ( ) Renée Theresa Turner ( ) Hugh Rainsford Turner ( ) In Loving Remembrance OF MAJOR GEN L HENRY AUSTIN TURNER ROYAL ARTILLERY DIED 18 TH JULY 1875, AGED 60. And RENÉE THERESA TURNER DIED 28 TH DECEMBER 1886, AGED 64. And HUGH RAINSFORD, THEIR YOUNGEST SON DIED 2 ND APRIL 1878, AGED 12. BLESSED ARE THE DEAD WHICH DIE IN THE LORD. THIS IS ERECTED BY THEIR SURVIVING CHILDREN. From the burial register: Mary Eliza Gregory, aged 75, of 30 Sydney Bldgs, was buried on 13 Aug Headstone and kerb. The birth of Hugh Rainsford Tuner was registered 1865/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Fyers. In the 1871 census at 14 Dunsford Place, Bathwick, Bath: Henry A Turner, aged 56, M General retired Rl Arty, born in county Meath, Ireland, wife Renée T, aged 49, born at Gibraltar, children: Alfred H P, aged 14, born in Bermuda, Flora E T, aged 11, born in Bermuda, Archer L M, aged 11, born in Bermuda, and Hugh R, aged 5, born at Bath, and two servants. From the burial register: Henry Austin Turner, aged 60, of 14 Dunsford Place, was buried on 23 Jul From the burial register: Hugh Rainsford Turner, aged 12, of 14 Dunsford Place, was buried on 6 Apr D.Ja.26 Mary Rouban ( ) John Keppel Rouban To the memory of MARY, THE WIDOW OF JOHN KEPPEL ROUBAN LATE OF THE ISLAND OF S T VINCENT IN THE WEST INDIES From the burial register: Renée Theresa Turner, aged 64, of 14 Dunsford Place, was buried on 1 Jan D-242

52 ESQUIRE Slab with an incised inscription facing westwards. WHO DIED ON THE 4 TH DAY OF MAY 1876 AGED 71. In the 1861 census at 1 Great Stanhope Street, Bath: Mary Rouban, aged 50, lodger, fundholder, born in Ireland. In the 1871 census at a lodging house at 25 Gay Street, Bath: Mary Rouban, aged 60, widow, boarder, born in Ireland. The death of Mary Rouban, aged 71, was registered 1876/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Mary Rouban, aged 71, of North Parade, was buried on 9 May D.Ja.27 Hannah Malvina Caroline Bordwine ( ) South: HANNAH MALVINA BORDWINE DIED AUGUST 19 TH 1878 The Necropolis of (Low Hill) Everton has an entry for: Rouban, John Keppel, 19 Oct 1825, 27 years, Castle Street. Kerb. The northern side is overgrown by turf. In the 1871 census at 7 Darlington Place, Bath: Eliza Adeline Macrone, aged 62, widow, annuitant, born in London, two children, Hannah M Bordwine, aged 66, unmarried, sister, independent, born at Exeter, and two servants. From the burial register: Hannah Malvina Caroline Bordwine, aged 73, of 7 Darlington Place, was buried on 23 Aug D-243

53 D.Ja.28 Richard Henry South: Goolden ( ) Katherine Goolden ( ) North: In Memory of RICHARD HENRY GOOLDEN M.D. (OXON) F.R.C.S. BORN 30 TH DECEMBER 1810 DIED 10 TH MARCH And of KATHERINE HIS WIFE BORN 24 TH SEPTEMBER DIED 23 RD JUNE THE LORD SHALL BE THINE EVERLASTING LIGHT. Pitched 4 ways in white stone with a raised cross on the western face. There is an ant hill on the south-eastern corner. In the 1861 census at 41 Surrey Gardens Parade, Paddington: Richard H Goolden, aged 50, Physician MD Oxford Fellow of R Coll Physicians, born at Cookham (Berks), wife Katherine, aged 47, born at Hammersmith (Middx), children: Louisa C, aged 19, born at St Martin in the Fields (Middx), and Edwin R, aged 10, born at Paddington, and two servants. From the burial register: Richard Henry Goolden, aged 69, of 11 South Parade, was buried on 15 Mar D.Ja.29 Eliza Adeline Macrone ( ) William John Bordwine Macrone ( ) Josephine Bordwine Macrone ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF ELIZA ADELINE MACRONE (WIDOW) DIED ON DECEMBER 23 RD IN MY FATHERS HOUSE. ST JOHN XIV.2 BOUGHT WITH A PRIZE. I. COR. VI.20 THE PRECIOUS BLOOD OF CHRIST. I S T PETER I.19 GLORY TO GOD IN THE HIGHEST, AND ON EARTH PEACE & GOOD WILL TO ALL MEN. ST LUKE II.1 ALSO OF HER BELOVED SON WILLIAM J. B. MACRONE. WHO DIED MAY 1 ST 1893 ALSO OF HER BELOVED ONLY DAUGHTER From the burial register: Katherine Goolden, aged 67, of The Grove, Cookham (Berks), was buried on 29 Jun Headstone with a rounded top. Baptised on 18 Jul 1810 at St John the Baptist, Croydon: Eliza Bordwine, daughter of Joseph & Eliza Bordwine [IGI]. (The Joseph is more likely to be John, see below.) Baptised on 13 Oct 1836 at St James, Westminster: William John Bordwine Macrone, son of John & Adeline Macrone, date of birth 30 Sep 1836 [IGI]. D-244

54 JOSEPHINE BORDWINE MACRONE WHO DIED DECEMBER 30 TH 1906, AGED 69 YEARS. Baptised on 19 Dec 1837 at St James, Westminster: Josephine Bordwine Macrone, daughter of John & Eliza Adeline Macrone, date of birth 9 Dec 1837 [IGI]. (There is also a second baptism on 10 Aug 1842 at St John the Baptist Croydon with the same parents and date of birth.) From Croydon in the past: historical, monumental, and biographical;...including also the villages of Beddington, Shirley, and Addington by Annesley William Streane (Croydon: 1882) in a list of memorials at St James church: An honest man is the noblest work of God. John Macrone, d Sept. 9, 1837, a 28. John Bordwine, twenty-five years Professor of Fortification at the neighbouring Military Seminary, d Feb. 21, 1835, a 57. Elizabeth, his wife, d April 17, 1850, 78. In the 1871 census at 7 Darlington Place, Bath: Eliza Adeline Macrone, aged 62, widow, annuitant, born in London, children: Fanny Adeline, aged 10, born in NW Provinces, India, and Emily Josephine P, aged 9, born at sea, Hannah M Bordwine, aged 66, unmarried, sister, independent, born at Exeter, and two servants. (Those designated as children were in fact grand-children.) In the 1881 census at 7 Darlington Place, Bath: Eliza A Macrone, aged 72, widow, income derived from dividends, born in Middlesex, Josephine B Macrone, aged 43, unmarried, daughter, income derived from dividends, born in Middlesex, Fanny A Macrone, aged 20, unmarried, grand-daughter, born in India, and two servants. The death of Eliza Adeline Macrone, aged 74, was registered 1883/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Eliza Adeline Macrone, aged 74, of 7 Darlington Place, was buried on 27 Dec The death of William John B Macrone, aged 57, was registered 1893/Q2 Barton R. From the burial register: William John Bordwine D-245

55 Macrone, aged 57, of Clifton, was buried on 4 May In the 1901 census at 15 Tyning Road, Bath: Josephine Bordwine Macrone, aged 63, unmarried, living on own means, born at Piccadilly, London, and two servants. D.Ja.30 Charles Cooper ( ) Emily Grace Cooper ( ) SIR CHARLES COOPER CHIEF JUSTICE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA DIED MAY 24 TH 1887 AGED 92. MENS CONSCIA RECTI EMILY GRACE COOPER WIDOW OF THE ABOVE DIED OCTOBER 18 TH 1906, AGED 89. The death of Josephine Bordwine Macrone, aged 69, in 1906 was registered 1907/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Josephine Bordwine Macrone, aged 69, of 15 Tyning Road, Bath, was buried on 3 Jan Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. In the 1881 census at 40 Pulteney Street, Bath: Chas Cooper, aged 86, rted Colonial C Justice, born at Henley on Thames (Oxon), wife Emily G, aged 65, born in Ireland, Chas B Newnham, aged 86, ex Colonial High Sheriff, born in Ireland, a cousin, a niece and three servants. From the burial order book: Sir C Cooper, aged 92, of 12 Pulteney St, was buried on 28 May From Supplement to The South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA) of Mon 30 May 1887 p2: THE LATE SIR CHARLES COOPER. Our London telegrams record the death of Sir Charles Cooper, who was the second English appointed Judge and first Chief Justice of this colony, and who, while performing the duties of his high office here, gained general respect by his ability and integrity. Sir Charles, who was born in 1795 at Henley, England, had attained to the rare age of 92 years, and was probably one of the oldest members of the English Bar. He was the third son of the late Mr. Thomas Cooper, of Henleyon-Thames, and married in 1853 Miss Emily Grace Newenham, D-246

56 daughter of Mr. Charles Barton Newenham, formerly Sheriff of South Australia. He was admitted a member of the Inner Temple in February, 1827, his professional career thus extending back for more than sixty years. He travelled on the Oxford Circuit until he sailed for South Australia, having been appointed to succeed Sir John Jeffcott, the first Judge, who had been brought to an untimely end by drowning at the Murray-mouth. Judge Cooper arrived in the Catherine Stewart Forbes in December, 1839, and occupied the responsible position of senior Judge of the Supreme Court until June, 1856, when he was appointed the first Chief Justice of the colony. He filled the exalted position for some five years, and retired through ill-health in 1861 on a pension of 1,000 a year, his successor being the late Sir R. D. Hanson. He returned to England in 1862, where, notwithstanding the cause of his return, he enjoyed twenty-five years of longer life. In the year 1858 he received the distinction of knighthood. His association with the colony will be preserved, not only through his official connection, but through the important creek in the interior discovered by Sturt which bears his name. He was well versed in the law, and framed the first insolvency legislation of the colony. Many of the colonists can remember the fact that owing to the circumstances of the infant settlement being such that no proper building could be provided for some time, he held his first Courts in his own house. During his occupancy of the Judicial Bench several matters of very great importance were brought under his notice, including the cases respecting the seizure of the Ville de Bordeaux, the royalty on copper, and the question of having a Cathedral built in Victoriasquare. Of late years Sir Charles Cooper has resided at Bath, and, owing to his advanced age, he has been in weak health.... From the burial register: Emily Grace Cooper, aged 89, of 27 Pulteney St, died on 18 Oct 1906 and was buried on 20 Oct Sir Charles Cooper: first Chief Justice of South Australia by John Michael Bennett (The lives of the Australian Chief Justices series) (Federation Press 2002) D-247

57 D.Ja.31 Ellen Drake ( ) Katharine Mary Drake ( ) Agnes Blanche Caroline Drake ( ) Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. The headstone is delaminated and no inscription was found. D.Ja.32 Francis Sykes ( ) Mary Ann Sykes ( ) Elizabeth Taylor ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF FRANCIS SYKES WHO DIED JUNE IT IS ONLY TILL HE COME. AND OF MARY ANN WIDOW OF THE ABOVE FEB In the 1881 census at 7 Bathwick Street, Bath: Ellen Drake, aged 68, widow, annuitant, born at Handsworth (Staffs), children: Katharine May, aged 36, unmarried, annuitant, born in France, imbecile from birth, Agnes B C, aged 25, unmarried, annuitant, born in France, and a servant. The death of Ellen Drake, aged 73, was registered 1886/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Ellen Drake, aged 73, of 7 Bathwick St, died on 28 Dec 1886 and was buried on 31 Dec The death of Katharine Mary Drake, aged 70, was registered 1915/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Katharine Mary Drake, aged 70, of 6 Edward St, died on 9 Jan 1915 and was buried on 13 Jan From the burial register: Agnes Blanche Caroline Drake, aged 82, of 6 Edward St, Bathwick, Bath, died on 18 Apr 1940 and was buried on 22 Apr Headstone with a rounded top. D-248

58 ALSO OF ELIZABETH TAYLOR OCT The birth of Arthur Frank Sykes was registered 1860/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Taylor. The birth of Ernest John Sykes was registered 1864/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Taylor. In the 1881 census at 22 Darlington Street, Bath: Francis Drake, aged 46, commercial traveller drapery, born at Pimlico (Middx), wife Mary Ann, aged 53, born at Bridgwater (Som), children: Arthur J, aged 21, ironmonger, born at Bath, and Ernest J, aged 17, chemist, born at Bath, Elizabeth Taylor, aged 48, unmarried, sister-in-law, schoolmistress, born at Bridgwater, and a servant. The death of Francis Sykes, aged 49, was registered 1882/Q2 Newton Abbot. From the burial register: Francis Sykes, aged 49, of Henrietta St, was buried on 14 Jun From the burial register: Elizabeth Taylor, aged 83, of 4 Darlington St, was buried on 18 Oct D.Ja.33 Amelia Mathison ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF AMELIA MATHISON DIED FEB Y 22 ND AGED 70 YEARS BLESSED ARE THE DEAD WHICH DIE IN THE LORD.... The death of Mary A Sykes, aged 89, was registered 1915/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Mary Ann Sykes, aged 89, of 4 Darlington St, was buried on 3 Mar Low headstone and kerb. In the 1871 census at 6 Greenfield Place, Weston-super-Mare (Som): Lydia Mathison, aged 58, widow, fundholder, born at Croydon (Surrey), two children, and Amelia Mathison, aged 59, unmarried, D-249

59 sister-in-law, lady s companion, born at Clapham (Surrey). D.Ja.34 Laura Harris ( ) From the burial register: Amelia Mathison, aged 70, of James Street, was buried on 24 Feb John Dafter Harris ( ) Headstone surmounted by a cross. Delaminated and no inscription found. The marriage of John Dafter Harris to Frances Elizabeth Louisa Rosenberg at Holy Trinity, Monmouth Place, Bath was registered 1846/Q4 Bath. In the 1851 census at 2 South Hayes, Bath: John Dafter Harris, aged 35, goldsmith master, born at Bath, wife Frances L, aged 28, artist flower painter, born at Bath, three children and three servants. The death of Frances Elizabeth L Harris, aged 49, was registered 1872/Q3 Bath. The marriage of John Dafter Harris to Laura Augusta F Boerngen was registered 1877/Q3 Hampstead. In the 1881 census at 2 Queen Square, Bath: John Dafter Harris, aged 64, goldsmith, born at Bath, wife Laura, aged 45, born at Leipzic (sic), Germany, Norman M Krüger, aged 2, grandson, born at Bath, and three servants. The death of Laura Harris, aged 44, was registered 1881/Q2 Bath. From the burial register and burial order book: Laura Harris, aged 44, of 5 Queen Square, was buried on 4 Jun From the burial register and burial order book: John Dafter Harris, D-250

60 D.Ja.35 aged 85, of Oldfield Park, died/was buried on 22 Jan Harriott Robina Bell East: ( ) Mary Ann Bell ( ) North: IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY GENTLE SISTER HARRIOTT ROBINA BELL WHO DIED AT BATH JANUARY 26 TH 1893 BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART FOR THEY SHALL SEE GOD. ALSO IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY ANN BELL WHO DIED APRIL 25 TH 1905 AGED 75 YEARS. Cross on 3 plinths in polished grey granite. In the 1891 census at 26 Pulteney Street, Bath: Mary A Bell, aged 61, unmarried, boarder, living on own means, born at Sutton (Yorks), and Harriet B Bell, aged 60, unmarried, boarder, living on own means, born at Sutton (Yorks). From the burial order book: Harriett Robina Bell, aged 61, of 26 Pulteney St, was buried on 1 Feb In the 1901 census at 26 Pulteney Street, Bath: Mary Ann Bell, aged 71, unmarried, living on own means, born at Sutton in Holderness (Yorks). D.Ja.36 Alice Louisa Douglas Fox ( ) Louisa Emma Fox ( ) Maud Cecilia Douglas Fox ( ) East: In Loving Memory of ALICE LOUISA DOUGLAS FOX DAUGHTER OF THE LATE CHARLES FOX OF MALPAS, MONMOUTHSHIRE WHO DIED APRIL 4 TH AGED 21 BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART FOR THEY SHALL SEE GOD. From the burial register and burial order book: Mary Ann Bell, aged 75, of 13 Edward St, was cremated at Woking on 29 Apr 1905 and her ashes buried on 3 May D-251

61 North: Cross on 3 plinths. South: LOUISA EMMA WIDOW OF CHARLES FOX AND DAUGHTER... HON... CHARLES DOUGLAS... BORN... DIED DEC Also of MAUD CECILIA DOUGLAS FOX BORN APRIL 28 TH 1864 DIED MARCH 27 TH AT EVENING TIME SHALL BE LIGHT. The birth of Charles Douglas Fox was registered 1867/Q1 Newport M. In the 1881 census at 2 Widcombe Crescent, Bath: Louisa E Fox, aged 49, widow, [living on] dividends, born at Glendermot, Londonderry, children: Constance, aged 21, born at Malpas (Mon), Maud, aged 16, born at Malpas, Kathleen, aged 15, born at Malpas, and Charles Douglas, aged 14, born at Malpas, and two servants. In the 1881 census the home of Thomas Fox at The Rectory, Abbas & Temple Combe (Som): Alice L D Fox, aged 19, niece, born at Malpas (Mon), and Beatrice E, Fox, aged 18, niece, born at Malpas. From the burial register: Alice Elizabeth (!) Douglas Fox, aged 21, of 2 Widcombe Crescent, was buried on 10 Apr (The burial order book has Alice Louisa Douglas Fox.) The death of Louisa Emma Fox, aged 54, was registered 1884/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Louisa Emma Fox, aged 54, of 2 Widcombe Crescent, was buried on 27 Dec In the 1891 census at 2 Widcombe Crescent, Bath: Beatrice E Douglas- Fox, aged 28, living on own means, born at Malpas (Mon), Maud Cecilia Douglas-Fox, aged 26, unmarried, living on own means, born at Malpas, Sholto Osborne E Douglas, aged 17, cousin, born in Scotland, a visitor and two servants. The death of Beatrice Elizabeth D Fox, aged 34, was registered 1897/Q2 Kettering. From the burial order book: Beatrice Douglas Fox, aged 34, of 6 Widcombe Crescent, died at Ludington, Northampton and was buried/died on 9 Apr From the National Probate Calendar 1897: FOX Beatrice Elizabeth Douglas of 3 Widcombe-terrace Bath spinster died 6 April 1897 at Loddington-hall Kettering Leicestershire Administration London 11 May to Kathleen Douglas Fox spinster Effects s. 9d. From the burial register: Maud Cecilia Douglas Fox, aged 57, of 38 Gay St, Bath, was buried on 31 Mar D-252

62 D.Ja.37 George Honeybone ( ) Jemima Honeybone ( ) Mary Annie Honeybone ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF GEORGE HONEYBONE DIED OCT , AGED 72. ALSO JEMIMA HONEYBONE WIFE OF THE ABOVE DIED JAN , AGED 62. R.I.P. ALSO OF MARY A. HONEYBONE DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE DIED DEC. 19: 1943, AGED 72. Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. The marriage of George Honeybone to Jemima Whatley at St Swithin s, Bath was registered 1865/Q1 Bath. The birth of Mary Ann Honeybone was registered 1871/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Whatley. In the 1881 census at 1 Pulteney Mews, Bath: George Honeybone, aged 67, fly proprietor, born at Wootton Bassett (Wilts), wife Jemima, aged 47, born at Upton Scudamore (Wilts), and children: George, aged 15, born at Bath, Edward, aged 13, born at Bath, Mary A, aged 9, born at Bath, and Jemima B, aged 7, born at Bath. From the burial order book: George Honeybone, aged 72, of Pulteney Mews, was buried on 13 Oct From the burial order book: Jemima Honeybone, aged 62, of 5 Cleveland Row, was buried on 27 Jan In the 1901 census at The London Hospital, Mile End, London: Mary Honeybone, aged 29, unmarried, hospital nurse, born at Bath. The death of Mary Annie Honeybone, aged 72, was registered 1943/Q4 Bath. From the burial register and burial order Book: Mary Anne Honeybone, aged 72, of 10 Clarendon Villas, Widcombe Hill, Bath, died on 19 Jan 1943 and was buried on 22 Dec D-253

63 Headstone, east: TO THE DEAR MEMORY OF Egbert Lewis (1891- LIEUT. COL. EGBERT LEWIS, V.D., J.P. 1916) DIED 29 TH SEPT. 1933, AGED 74. AND CAPT. EGBERT LEWIS, S.L.I. Ada Mary Lewis HIS ELDEST SON ( ) KILLED IN ACTION IN MESOPOTAMIA 8 TH MARCH AGED 23. INTO THY HANDS. D.Ja.38-9 Egbert Lewis ( ) Wilfred Lewis ( ) Plaque: ADA MARY WIFE OF EGBERT LEWIS DIED 31. AUG IN HER 90 TH YEAR WILFRED THEIR 2 ND SON DIED 7. JULY 1957 Headstone as a block of stone surmounted by a cross and a plaque. The birth of Egbert Lewis was registered 1858/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Bishop. The birth of Ada Mary Dawson was registered 1865/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Morgan. The marriage of Egbert Lewis to Ada Mary Dawson at St Andrew s, Julian Road, Bath was registered 1889/Q4 Bath. The birth of Egbert Lewis was registered 1891/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Dawson. The birth of Mary Lewis was registered 1893/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Lewis. The birth of Wilfrid Lewis was registered 1895/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Dawson. From the burial order book: Mary Lewis, aged 4, of 12 Bathwick St, was buried on 23 Jul In the 1901 census at 12 Bathwick Street, Bath: Egbert Lewis, aged 43, Captain &... (Volunteers) newspaper proprietor printer employer, born at Bath, wife Ada Mary, aged 35, born at Bath, children: Edgbert, aged 9, born at Bath, Wilfred, aged 5, born at Bath, Florence, aged 1, born at Bath, and Philip, aged 4 months, born at Bath, and two servants. Captain Edgar Lewis, 1 st /4 th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, died on 8 Mar 1916; Basra War Memorial [CWGC]. From the burial register: Egbert Lewis, aged 74, of 23 Bathwick Hill, Bath, was buried on 2 Oct From the burial register: Ada Mary Lewis, aged 89, of 12 Sydney Pl, D-254

64 Bath, was buried on 24 Aug The death of Wilfred Lewis, aged 61, was registered 1957/Q3 Bath. The marriage of Job Pearce to Elizabeth Ann White at St Michael s, Bath was registered 1843/Q2 Bath. The birth of Martha Pearce in 1845 was registered 1846/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: White. The birth of Mary Pearce was registered 1848/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: White. In the 1851 census at 8 Frys Belle Vue, Bath: Job Pearce, aged 32, gardener lab:, born at Bath, wife Elizabeth, aged 34, born at Bath, and children: Sarah Anne, aged 7, born at Bath, Martha, aged 5, born at Bath, and Mary, aged 2, born at Bath. In the 1901 census at 11 Church Street, Widcombe, Bath: Job Pearce, aged 82, widower, retired gardener, born at Bath, and children: Sarah Ann, aged 57, unmarried, born at bath, and Mary, aged 52, unmarried, born at Bath. From the burial register & burial order book: Job Pearce, aged 83, of 14 Church St, Widcombe, was buried on 20 Oct D.Ja.40 Louisa Ann Honywood ( ) John Edward Honywood ( ) R I P IN LOVING MEMORY OF LOUISA ANN, THIRD DAUGHTER OF SIR J. E. HONYWOOD OF EVINGTON, KENT 6 TH BART. BORN AUG T 7 TH 1841, DIED FEB Y 10 TH From the burial register & burial order book: Mary Pearce, aged 68, of 11 Church St, Widcombe, Bath, was buried on 11 Dec Cross on 3 plinths. D-255

65 The birth of Louisa Ann Honywood was registered 1841/Q3 Elham (Kent). Sir John Edward Honywood, 6 th Baronet ( ). Will of Sir John Edward Honywood of Evington, Kent, date 26 Aug 1845, PROB 11/2022. From The Sydney Herald of Mon 29 Dec 1845 p3: Suddenly, on the 17 th of July last, aged 36, at his seat, Evington, near Canterbury, Kent, Sir John Edward Honywood, Baronet, brother in-law to William Hughes Hallett, Esq., late of H. E. I. C. Service, now of this colony. In the 1881 census at Rogues Hill, Penshurst (Kent): Louisa A Honywood, aged 39, annuitant s daughter, born at Elmstead (Kent), and three servants. In the 1891 census at 3 Rochfort Place, Bath: Louisa A Honeywood (sic), aged 49, unmarried, lodger, living on own means, born at Elstead (Kent). D.Ja.41 Richard Atkinson Grimshaw ( ) Anna Maria Atkinson Grimshaw ( ) East: North: ANNA MARIA GRIMSHAW WIFE OF THE REV D R ATKINSON GRIMSHAW BORN 6 TH APRIL DIED 20 TH JAN... The death of Louisa Anne Honywood, aged 57, was registered 1899/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Louisa Anne Honywood, aged 57, of 7 Bathwick St, was buried on 13 Feb THE REV D RICHARD ATKINSON GRIMSHAW FORMERLY VICAR OF C... BORN 10 TH JANUARY 18 DIED 27 TH AUGUST 18_9 AT... Cross on 3 plinths. The marriage of Richard Atkinson to Anna Maria Hughes Hallett was registered 1846/Q2 Bridge (Kent) In the 1871 census at Ware, Cockerham (Lancs): Richard Atkinson, aged 49, vicar of Cockerham, born at Lancaster, wife Anna Maria, D-256

66 aged 47, born at Bridge (Kent), three children and six servants. See the Alumni Oxonienses entry (below) for the addition of Grimshaw to the surname. From the burial register: Richard Atkinson Grimshaw, aged 77, of 5 Royal Crescent, was buried on 25 Aug In the 1901 census at 5 Royal Crescent, Bath: Anna Atkinson Grimshaw, aged 74, widow [living on] own means, born at Bridge (Kent), and five servants. From the burial register: Anne Maria Atkinson Grimshaw, aged 80, of 5 Royal Crescent, was buried on 23 Jan From the National Probate Calendar 1904: ATKINSON-GRIMSHAW Anna Maria of 5 Royalcrescent Bath widow died 20 January 1904 Probate London 13 April to Charles Henry Simpson major in H.M. army Effects s. 9d. Resworn s. 8d. D.Ja.42 Ann Godsall ( ) Alice Godsall ( ) Eliza Godsall ( ) IN Loving Memory of OUR BELOVED SISTER ANN GODSALL WHO DIED SEP T 14 TH 1904 AGED 71. BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART FOR THEY SHALL SEE GOD. MATT.V.8 ALSO ALICE GODSALL WHO DIED DEC R 26 TH 1911 AGED 80 YEARS HER END WAS PEACE ALSO OF ELIZA GODSALL From Alumni Oxonienses: Grimshaw, Richard Atkinson, 1s. Richard Atkinson, of Lancaster, arm. ST JOHN S COLL., matric. 14 March, 1839, aged 17; B.A. 1843, M.A. 1849, of the Inner Temple 1851, vicar of Cockerham , assumed the additional surname of GRIMSHAW by royal licence in Headstone and kerb. In the 1901 census at 34 Henrietta Street, Bath: Ann Godsall, aged 67, unmarried, lodging house keeper, born at Mathen (Worcs), Eliza Godsall, aged 60, unmarried, sister, lodging house keeper, born at Withington (Hereford), Alice Godsall, aged 70, unmarried, sister, D-257

67 WHO DIED JANUARY 13 TH 1926 living on own means, born at Mathen, a niece and two boarders. AGED 85 YEARS ASLEEP IN JESUS From the burial register: Ann Godsall, aged 71, of 34 Henrietta St, was buried on 19 Sep From the burial register: Alice Godsall, aged 80, of 34 Henrietta St, was buried on 29 Dec D.Ja.43 Mary Anne Fenton ( ) From the burial register: Miss Elizabeth Godsall, aged 85, of 34 Henrietta St, Bath, was buried on 16 Jan No memorial found. In the 1871 census at 21 Crimbles Street, Leeds: Emma Fenton, aged 52, widow, interest [on] money, born at Wickersely (Yorks), Mary A Fenton, aged 40, step-daughter, born at Clyst St Laurence (Devon), Harriett Fenton, aged 34, unmarried, step-daughter, born at Budleigh Salterton (Devon), children: Herbert, aged 14, born at Leeds, Edith, aged 15, born at Leeds, Mildred, aged 11, born at Leeds, Mabel, aged 10, born at Leeds, a cousin and a servant. In the 1901 census as a boarder at 59 Newbridge Road, Weston (Som): Mary A Fenton, aged 70, unmarried, born at St Lawrence (Devon). From the burial order book: Mary Anne Fenton, aged 73, of St Leonards, Lyncombe Hill, was buried on 11 Jan From the National Probate Calendar 1904: FENTON Mary Ann of St Leonard s Lyncombe-vale Bath spinster died 8 January 1904 Probate Bristol 16 February to Edith Fenton and Mildred Fenton spinsters. Effects 405 1s. 1d. Edith Fenton and Mildred Fenton (both born at Leeds) appear in the 1901 census as running ladies colleges at 6 Upper Church Street, Bath and 27 Circus, Bath respectively. D-258

68 D.Ja.44 Hugh Penderel Price East: ( ) Mary Price ( ) IN thankful and loving memory of our beloved HUGH PENDEREL PRICE, M.A. PRIEST AT REST AUGUST 7 TH 1902, AGED 58 North: And of his wife MARY WHO FELL ASLEEP 1 ST OCTOBER 1920, AGED 79. Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. The marriage of Hugh Penderel Price to Mary Perry Keene was registered 1869/Q3 Weymouth. In the 1881 census at Green Hill, Sherborne (Dorset): Hugh P Price, aged 39, MA Oxford assistant master of Sherborne School clerk in holy orders, born at Cratfield (Suffolk), wife Mary, aged 39, born at Menity (Minety?) (Wilts), three children, William J K Perey, aged 65, widower, father, visitor, Lt Colonel R V Justice of Peace for Wilts, born at Purton (Wilts), thirty-two boarders/scholars and seven servants. The death of Hugh Penderel Price, aged 50, was registered 1902/Q3 Bradford W. From the burial register: Hugh Penderel Price, aged 50, of Felixstowe, was buried on 12 Aug From the burial register Mary Penderel Price, aged 79, of The Nightingale Nursing Home, Stafford Rd, Twickenham, died on 1 Oct 1920 and was buried on 6 Oct From Alumni Oxonienses: Price, Rev. Hugh Penderell, 1s. Thomas, of Cratfield, Suffolk, cler. ORIEL COLL. matric. 16 Oct., 1863, aged 19; B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870, assistant-master King s School, Sherborne, D-259

69 D.Ja.44 Emily Beecher IN Browne ( ) Loving Memory of EMILY BEECHER BROWNE, WHO DIED MAY 28: 1901, AGED 96. FOR SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE WORLD MEN HAVE NOT HEARD, NOR PERCEIVED BY THE EAR, NEITHER HATH THE EYE SEEN, O GOD, BESIDE THEE, WHAT HE HATH PREPARED FOR HIM, THAT WAITETH FOR HIM. ISAIAH, LXIV. 4. Headstone with a pointed top and kerb. In the 1901 census at a boarding house at 6 Johnstone Street, Bath: Emily B Browne, aged 92, unmarried, boarder, living on own means, born at Bath, and Elizabeth W Browne, aged 90, unmarried, boarder, living on own means, born at Bath. D.Ja.46 Robert Court Gazeley ( ) SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF THE REV. R. COURT GAZELEY, M.A. CAMB. RECTOR OF WAYFORD, SOMERSETSHIRE. WHO DIED NOVEMBER 26 TH 1900 AGED 87 YEARS. The death of Emily Beecher Browne, aged 92, was registered 1901/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Emily Beecher Browne, aged 92, of 6 Johnstone St, was buried on 31 May (The age of 96 on the memorial has been verified.) Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1881 census at 9 Wellington Road, Brighton: Robert C Gazeley, aged 65, clerk in holy [orders], born in Suffolk, wife Agatha, aged 61, born in Cornwall, son Robert C, aged 26, no occupation, born at Newbury (Wilts), four visitors and two servants. In the 1891 census at 20 Henrietta Street, Bath: Robert C Gazeley, aged 76, widower, clergyman, born at Languard Fort, three visitors and two servants. The death of Robert Court Gazeley, aged 87, was registered 1900/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Robert Gazeley, aged 87, of 9 D-260

70 D.Ja.47 Henrietta St, was buried on 29 Nov William Whaley Billyard ( ) Elisabeth Billyard ( ) SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF WILLIAM WHALEY BILLYARD WHO DIED 9 TH APRIL 1903 AGED 89 ALSO OF ELISABETH HIS WIFE WHO DIED 23 RD FEB AGED 82 COME UNTO ME YE WEARY Headstone surmounted by a cross. In the 1901 census at 29 Pulteney Street, Bath: William W Billyard, aged 86, lawyer (retired), born in Nottinghamshire, wife Elizabeth, aged 77, born in Cheshire, Dorothy E T Pellam, aged 16, granddaughter, born in Cumberland, and a servant. From the burial register: William Whaley Billyard, aged 88, of 29 Pulteney St, was buried on 11 Apr D.Ja.48 Henry Ralph Francis ( ) Anne Francis ( ) Philip Cooke IN LOVING MEMORY OF HENRY RALPH FRANCIS FORMERLY FELLOW OF ST JOHNS COLL. CAMB. AND DISTRICT JUDGE IN N. S. WALES, BORN JULY , DIED JUNE HE ASKED LIFE OF THEE AND THOU GAVEST HIM A LONG LIFE EVEN FOR EVER AND EVER. From the burial register: Elizabeth Billyard, aged 81, of 29 Pulteney St, was buried on 28 Feb ALSO OF HIS SECOND WIFE ANNE DAUGHTER OF THE REV. PHILIP COOKE, D.D. BORN MARCH DIED JULY Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1891 census at 5 Montpelier Square, Westminster, London: Henry R Francis, aged 79, retired barrister & write for the..., born in London, wife Anne, aged 73, born at Macclesfield (Ches), and a D-261

71 WHERE THOU DIEST I WILL DIE AND THERE WILL I BE BURIED servant. The death of Henry Ralph Francis, aged 88, was registered 1900/Q2 Bath. From the burial order book: Henry Ralph Francis, aged 88, of 13 Pulteney St, died on 10 Jun 1900 and was buried on 14 Jun From NSW State Records: Henry Ralph Francis was born at London on 11 July Educated at Brentford School and St. John s College, Cambridge (BA 1833, MA 1839), he was a Fellow of St. John s College from 7 April 1835 to March 1839 and a private tutor. His career continued from 1839 to 1843 as Principal of Kingston College, Hull, and from 1843 till 1855 as a private tutor at Hurley-on-the-Thames. Although he was admitted at the Inner Temple on 3 June 1844 and called to the Bar on 28 January 1848, he did not practise law in England. For two years from 1856 he studied under F O Haynes, a well-known lecturer in Equity. Francis arrived in Sydney on 11 August 1858 with his family. (1) On 2 January 1866 he described his arrival whilst appearing as a witness before the Select Committee on the Present State of the Colony. From long correspondence with well-informed friends resident in this Colony, and personal intercourse with them in their visits to England, I had a very fair notion before I came here, of the state of the Colony; I was not taken much by surprise. (2) On 27 August 1859, Francis was admitted to the New South Wales Bar. (3) To supplement his income while practising law, he contributed newspaper articles and poems to the Sydney Morning Herald. On 1 July 1861 he was made a Judge of the District Courts for the Northern District of New South Wales, and Chairman of Northern District Quarter Sessions. This District covered Armidale, Tamworth, Tenterfield, Glen Innes, Grafton, West Kempsey, Port Macquarie and Wingham. He transferred to the South-western District on 1 May 1865, an area that covered Albury, Gundagai, Tumut, Wagga Wagga, Deniliquin and Hay. (4) On 2 January 1866 he described the demands of his job before the Select Committee. The first year, I travelled 4,000 miles; the second, 3,000; the third, 3,500; this year I have travelled about 3,500; and next year the figures will be raised to about 5, It is more easy to get anything to Sydney and from Sydney, from any other place, than to get it to or from the interior... If I am at Deniliquin, and wish to reach Sydney, my shortest route would be to go to Melbourne. (5) Francis was prominent in the D-262

72 promotion of the National Mutual Life Association of Australia after its formation in 1869, and was later a director. (6) In 1871 his health deteriorated and he went on leave of absence without salary from 11 December, recuperating in Tasmania. He was also on leave in 1872 from 25 January to 19 April and 17 May to 8 July and 9 August to 19 October. In 1873 he took twelve months leave, visiting England. Although he returned to his role as District Court Judge and Chairman of Quarter Sessions of the South-western District in 1874, family problems and ill health saw him take leave from 9 January 1875 until his retirement on 7 June He returned to England where he made his living writing about his hobby of fly-fishing and Australia. He died at Bath, England, on 10 June (7) D-263

73 Row K D.K.21 Richard Wallis May Upper surface: ( ) Barbara Stewart Wadham ( ) Frank Morley May ( ) John Mylan Wadham ( ) Agnes Mabel May ( ) Wallis Nicholas Wyndham Wadham (1918) In grateful memory of RICHARD WALLIS MAY, LIEUT. 2 ND BATT. DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY, KILLED IN ACTION AT HOOGE, BELGIUM, ON AUGUST 9 TH 1915, AGED 21. To the Perfect Memory of BARBARA, WIFE OF NICHOLAS WYNDHAM WADHAM WHO DIED MAY 4 TH 1920, AGED 24. Also FRANK MORLEY MAY IN CHRIST DEC R 9 TH 1928, AGED 62 YEARS. JUNIOR STAFF OFFICER JOHN MYLAN WADHAM, SON OF BARBARA WADHAM, KILLED AT RAMLEH, PALESTINE, SEP T 3 RD AGED 23 YEARS Also AGNES MABEL MAY, WIFE OF FRANK MORLEY MAY, , AGED 80 YEARS. Pitched 4 ways: IN LOVING MEMORY OF WALLIS NICHOLAS WYNDHAM WADHAM BORN FEB. 20 TH DIED MARCH 5 TH A table tomb with the upper surface pitched 4 ways and, below it, a stone pitched 4 ways. The birth of Frank M May was registered 1866/Q4 Clifton. The birth of Agnes Mabel Coote was registered 1867/Q2 St Ives (Cambs/Hunts). The marriage of Frank Morley May to Agnes Mable Coote was registered 1893/Q3 Chertsey (Surrey). The birth of Richard Wallis May was registered 1894/Q2 Barton R. The birth of Barbara Stewart May was registered 1895/Q2 Barton R. In the 1901 census at Cecil Road, Weston super-mare: Frank May, aged 34, timber importer employer, born at Bristol, wife Agnes M, aged 34, born at St Ives (Hunts), children: Richard W, aged 6, born in Bristol, and Barbara S, aged 5, born at Bristol, a visitor and two servants. In the 1911 census at Brendon, Weston-super-Mare: Frank Morley May, aged 44, timber merchant, born at Bristol, wife Agnes Mabel, aged 44, married 18 years 2 children, children: Richard Wallis, aged 16, and Barbara Stuart, aged 15, Edith Coote, aged 44, married (20 years 1 child), visitor, born at Cardiff, Charles Mervyn Jeffreys Coote, aged 19, visitor, undergraduate Oxford University, born at Hutton (Som), and two servants. Richard Wallis May, 2 nd Lieutenant Durham Light Infantry, died on 9 Aug 1915, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial Addenda Panel 57 [CWGC]. The marriage of Barbara S May to Nicholas W Wadham was registered D-264

74 1917/Q1 Birmingham. From the burial register: Wallis Nicholas Wyndham Wadham, aged 13 days, of Spa Hotel, North Road, Bath, was buried on 9 Mar From the burial register: Barbara Stewart Wadham, aged 24, of 7 Berkeley Square, Clifton, Bristol was cremated at Golders Green and her ashes buried on 10 May From the burial register: Frank Morley May, aged 62, of Glendower House, Clifton, Bristol, was cremated at Arno s Vale and his ashes buried on 13 Dec John Mylan Wadham, Lieutenant Royal Artillery, aged 23, died on 3 Sep 1943; son of Nicholas Wyndham Wadham and Barbara Morley May Wadham; nephew of Mr. G. C. Wadham, of Paddington, London; Ramleh War Cemetery 3.G.10 [CWGC]. D.K.22 Harriet Biggs ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF HARRIET BIGGS WHO DIED AT BATH MAY 25 TH 1926 IN HER NINETY FIFTH YEAR THE LORD MY GOD HATH GIVEN THEE REST From the burial register: Agnes Mabel May, aged 80, of 24 Pembroke Rd, Clifton, Bristol, was cremated at Arno s Vale and her ashes were buried on 7 Feb Cross on a plinth. In the 1911 census at 11 Henrietta Street, Bath: Harriet Biggs, aged 79, unmarried, visitor, no occupation, born in county Cork, Ireland. In the 1911 census at 52 Pulteney Street, Bath: Jane Lane Biggs, aged D-265

75 74, unmarried, boarder, living on private means, born at Knockavilly, county Cork. From the burial register: Harriet Biggs, aged 94, of 8 Henrietta St, Bath, was buried on 28 May D.K.23 Charles Edward Russell ( ) William Clark Russell ( ) Left: Right: IN LOVING MEMORY OF WILLIAM CLARK RUSSELL BORN 24 TH FEBRUARY 1844 DIED 8 TH NOVEMBER 1911 FAITHFUL BELOW HE DID HIS DUTY IN LOVING MEMORY OF CHARLES EDWARD RUSSELL ENGINEER LIEUTENANT, ROYAL NAVY BORN 9 TH JUNE 1876 DIED 19 TH OCT R SAFE HOME, SAFE HOME IN PORT PEACE, PERFECT PEACE. From the burial register: Jane Lane Biggs, aged 91, died at 8 Henrietta St, Bath, and was buried on 21 Apr From the National Probate Calendar 1928: BIGGS Jane Lane of 8 Henrietta-street Bath spinster died 18 April 1928 Probate London 26 June to Charles James Lane solicitor and Margaret Elizabeth Lane spinster. Effects s. 3d. Block carved as a pile of stone with an anchor and chain at the front, The inscriptions are on rocks to the left and right of the anchor. On 27 Jun 1868 at St Stephen s, Paddington William Clark Russell married Ann Maria Alexandrina Henry (registered 1868/Q2 Kensington). The birth of Charles Edward Russell was registered 1875/Q2 Thanet. In the 1881 census at 63 Westmorland Rd, Elswick (N humberland): Wm C Russell, aged 37, born at New York USA, wife Ann M, aged 36, born at Liverpool, children: Herbert W H, aged 12, born in London, G M (daughter), aged 9, born at Ramsgate, Chas E, aged 5, born at Ramsgate, M J (daughter), aged 3, born at Ramsgate, and Annie M, aged 6 months, born at Ramsgate, and three servants. In the 1901 census at 9 Sydney Place, Bath: William Clark Russell, aged 57, living on own means, born at New York USA (British Subject), wife Alexandrina, aged 56, born at Liverpool, children: Geraldine Mary, aged 29, born at Ramsgate, Marguerite Isabella, aged 23, born at Ramsgate, and Annie Marcella, aged 20, born at Ramsgate, and three servants. D-266

76 In the 1911 census at 9 Sydney Place, Bath: William Clark Russell, aged 67, novelist [living on] private means, born at New York USA British Subject, wife Alexandrina, aged 66, married 42 years 6 children of which 4 then living, born at Liverpool, Marguerite Ellaby, aged 33, married, daughter, born at Ramsgate (Kent), two Ellaby children (both born at Bath), Annie Marcella Russell, aged 30, unmarried, daughter, born at Ramsgate, and six servants (of which two were nurses). From the burial register: Charles Edward Russell, aged 31, of 9 Sydney Pl, was buried on 23 Oct From the burial register: William Clark Russell, aged 67, of 9 Sydney Pl, was buried on 13 Nov The death of Ann Maria Alexandrina Clark Russell, aged 81, was registered 1926/Q3 Bath. From the burial register: Ann Maria Alexandrina Russell, aged 81, of 4 Park St, Bath, was buried on 15 Sep William Clark Russell was born in New York, son of Henry Russell, composer. Educated at Winchester and then at Boulogne, he joined the merchant service at the age of 13 and served for 8 years before working as a journalist on the Newcastle Daily Chronicle and then the Daily Telegraph where he was a leader-writer. He resigned from journalism due to ill health in He was the author of a large number of novels of heroism and adventure at sea. Novels include: As Innocent as a Baby (1874), John Holdsworth, Chief Mate (1875), Captain Fanny (1876), The Wreck of the Grosvenor (1877), Auld Lang Syne (1878), The Sea Queen (1884), The Frozen Pirate (1887), The Death Ship (1888), Marooned (1891), Master Rockafellar s Voyage (Whitaker, 1891), The Emigrant Ship (1893), The Convict Ship (1895), What Cheer! (1895), The Phantom death (1895), A Noble Haul (1897), The Two Captains (1897), The Romance of a Midshipman (1898), The Ship s Adventure (1899), Overdue (1903), Abandoned (1904), His Island Princess (1905). D-267

77 As a testament to the popularity of Russell's novels in his day, there is a reference to him in The Five Orange Pips by Arthur Conan Doyle: Sherlock Holmes sat moodily at one side of the fireplace crossindexing his records of crime, while I at the other was deep in one of Clark Russell's fine sea-stories until the howl of the gale from without seemed to blend with the text, and the splash of the rain to lengthen out into the long swash of the sea waves. D.K.24 Ellen Anne Fuller ( ) Henry Robert Fuller ( ) Emily Fuller ( ) ELLEN ANNE FULLER WHO DIED AUGUST 7 TH 1904 AGED 37. NOT OUR WILL BUT THINE BE DONE. Also IN LOVING MEMORY OF HENRY ROBERT FULLER, HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE WHO FELL ASLEEP AUGUST 15 TH 1913, AGED 49. TO LIVE IN HEARTS WE LEAVE BEHIND IS NOT TO DIE. EMILY WIFE OF THE ABOVE DIED MAY 11 TH 1954, AGED 82. He has an entry in the 1911 British Encyclopaedia and the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Headstone and kerb. The marriage of Henry Robert Fuller to Ellen Anne Doble was registered 1892/Q3 Portsea I. In the 1901 census at 5 Sunny Bank, Bath: Henry R Fuller, aged 36, wine & spirit merchant, born at Stoke Gifford (Glos), and wife Ellen A, aged 33, born at Gittisham (Devon). From the burial register Ellen Annie Fuller, aged 37, of Sunny Bank, Lyncombe Vale, was buried on 11 Aug The marriage of Henry Robert Fuller to Emily Doble was registered 1907/Q3 Bath. In the 1911 census at 5 Sunnybank, Lyncombe Vale, Bath: Henry Robert Fuller, aged 46. licensed victualler, born at Stoke Gifford (Glos), and wife Emily, aged 39, married 3 years, born at Gittisham (Devon). From the burial register: Henry Robert Fuller, aged 49, of 5 Sunny Bank, Lyncombe Vale, Bath, was buried on 19 Aug D-268

78 D.K.25 From the burial register: Emily Fuller, aged 82, of 5 Sunny Bank, Lyncombe Vale, Bath, was buried on 15 May Sarah Anne Simmons ( ) William Simmons ( ) IN MEMORY OF SARAH ANNE... WILLIAM SIMMONS Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1901 census at Glenborok, St Saviours Gardens, Claremont Road, Bath: two nurses and Sarah A Simmons, aged 68, married, patient, born at Ashford (Middx), imbecile. In the 1901 census at 9 Bathwick Hill, Bath: Henry A Simmons, aged 68, solicitor, born at Kennington (Surrey), wife Emily, aged 65, born at Stamford (Lincs), William Simmons, aged 79, married, living on own means, born in London, and two servants. From the burial register & burial order book: Sarah Anne Simmons, aged 71, of Glenbrook, Claremont Road, died on 11 Nov 1903 and was buried on 14 Nov From the burial register & burial order book: William Simmonds, aged 83, of 9 Bathwick Hill, Bath, was buried on 3 May From the National Probate Calendar 1905: SIMMONS William of Spa-villa Bathwick-hill gentleman died 29 April 1905 Probate Bristol 23 May to Henry Argent Simmons and Graham Simmons solicitors Effects s. From the burial register & burial order book: Julia Brodie, aged 94, of Clan House, Bathwick, Bath, was buried 4 Mar From the National Probate Calendar 1922: BRODIE Julia of Clan House Bath D-269

79 D.K.26 widow died 1 March 1922 Probate Bristol 17 March to George Edward Hughes solicitor. Effects 294 7s. Henry Argent Simmons ( ) Graham Simmons ( ) East: HERE RESTS THE BODY OF HENRY ARGENT SIMMONS WHO DIED MAY AGED 78 YEARS Emily Simmons ( ) MAY HE REST IN PEACE Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. The marriage of Henry Argent Simmons to Emily Phillips was registered 1859/Q2 Stamford. The birth of Graham Simmons was registered 1863/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Phillips. In the 1871 census at 9 Bathwick Hill, Bath: Henry A Simmons, aged 38, solicitor, born at Lambeth (Surrey), wife Emily, aged 35, born at Stamford (Lincs), children: Argent, aged 10, born at Bath, Mary E, aged 9, born at Bath, and Graham, aged 7, born at Bath, and two servants. In the 1901 census at 9 Bathwick Hill, Bath: Henry A Simmons, aged 68, solicitor, born at Kennington (Surrey), wife Emily, aged 65, born at Stamford (Lincs), William Simmons, aged 79, married, living on own means, born in London, and two servants. The death of Henry Argent Simmons, aged 78, was registered 1911/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Henry Argent Simmons, aged 78, of 9 Bathwick Hill, Bath, was buried on 1 Jun From the burial register & burial order book: Graham Simmons, aged 53, of The Rocks, Limpley Stoke, died on 11 Dec 1916 and was buried on 19 Dec From the burial register & burial order book: Emily Simmons, aged 92, of Spa Villa, 9 Bathwick Hill, died on 20 Aug 1927 and was buried on D-270

80 D.K Aug William Fothergill Tuckett ( ) Eliza Tuckett ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF WILLIAM FOTHERGILL TUCKETT J.P. WHO DIED APRIL 27 TH 1904, AGED 86. D.K.28 Ernest John Plantagenet Cassan ( ) Cross on plinths and kerb. The cross has a wreath of flowers carved on it. The topmost plinth is in the form of a pile of stones with the inscription on this on a shield. The marriage of William Fothergill Tuckett to Eliza Williams was registered 1848/Q3 Newport M. In the 1901 census at 18 Daniel Street, Bath: William Fothergill Tuckett, aged 83, retired physician, born at Bath, wife Eliza, aged 72, born at Charlton (Som), and three servants. From the burial register: Eliza Tuckett, aged 75, of 18 Daniel St, died on 2 Dec 1903 and was buried on 8 Dec From the burial register: William Fothergill Tuckett, aged 86, of 18 Daniel St, was buried on 30 Apr From the National Probate Calendar 1904: TUCKETT William Fothergill of 18 Daniel-street Bath died 27 April 1904 Probate London 7 June to Henry Herbert Tuckett surgeon-dentist and William Frank Pettigrew civil-engineer Effects s. 2d. No memorial found. In the 1901 census at 4 Green Park, Bath: Ernest Cassan, aged 55, unmarried, livng on own means, born at Bruton (Som). From the burial register and burial order book: Ernest John Plantagenet Cassan, aged 70, of 104 Sydney Place, was buried on 28 D-271

81 D.K.29 Dec From the National Probate Calendar 1905: CASSAN Ernest John Plantagenet of 104 Sydney-place Bath died 24 December 1904 Probate London 18 January to Edward Clifford Paul gentleman Effects 57 6s. Lydia Josephine Mathison ( ) John Mathison (1812-) IN LOVING MEMORY OF LYDIA JOSEPHINE MATHISON WIDOW OF THE LATE D R JOHN MATHISON OF THE MADRAS ARMY, MEDICAL STAFF BORN 12 TH JUNE 1812, DIED 12 TH FEB I THANK GOD UPON EVERY REMEMBRANCE OF YOU. THE MEMORY OF THE JUST IS BLESSED. PROV. X. CH. 11.V. Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1851 census at 71 High Street, Croydon: Lydia Mathison, aged 72, widow, annuitant, born at B... (Salop), Amelia Mathison, aged 39, unmarried, daughter, annuitant, born at Clapham (Surrey), John Mathison, aged 38, married, son, MD Edinburgh not practicing, born at Clapham, Lydia Mathison, aged 38, daughter-in-law, no occupation, born at Croydon (Surrey), Fredk R Mathison, aged 1, grandson, born at Croydon, and two servants. In the 1871 census at 6 Greenfield Place, Weston-super-Mare (Som): Lydia Mathison, aged 58, widow, fundholder, born at Croydon (Surrey), children: Alice, aged 17, born at Croydon, and Fredk R, aged 21, undergraduate Cambridge, born at Croydon, and Amelia Mathison, aged 59, unmarried, sister-in-law, lady s companion, born at Clapham (Surrey). From the burial register & burial order book: Lydia Josephine Mathison, aged 92, of 13 Pulteney St, died on 12 Feb 1905 and was buried on 15 Feb D-272

82 D.K.30 Frances Dayrell IN Wayte ( ) LOVING MEMORY OF FRANCES DAYRELL WAYTE WHO DIED SEPTEMBER AGED.. YEARS Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1901 census at 23 Pulteney Street, Bath: Frances D Wayte, aged 67, unmarried, living on own means, born at Calne (Wilts), Clara C Wayte, aged 63, unmarried, sister, living on own means, born at Calne, and two servants. From the burial register: Frances Dayrell Wayte, aged 93, of 23 Pulteney St, Bath, died on 12 Sep 1923 and was buried on 15 Sep D.K.31 Jane Sadler Guillemard ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF JANE SADLER GUILLEMARD DIED APRIL , AGED 98 YEARS. From the burial register & burial order book: Miss Clara Catherine Wayte, aged 95, of 23 Pulteney St, Bath, was buried on 14 Apr From the National Probate Calendar 1931: WAYTE Clara Catherine of 23 Pulteney-street Bath spinster died 11 April 1931 Probate London 27 May to Christopher Harold Wayte member London stock exchange and Ernest Edward Bird solicitor. Effects s. 7d. Resworn s. 10d. THE GIFT OF GOD IS ETERNAL LIFE THROUGH JESUS CHRIST OUR LORD D-273

83 Cross on 3 plinths in light grey polished granite. In the 1871 census at St Michaels Institution for Girls, South Bersted (Sussex): Jane S Guilleman, aged 64, unmarried, assistant, fund & share holder, born in London. In the 1881 census at 18 Brookside, Cambridge: Jane S Guillmead (sic), aged 74, unmarried, boarder, annuitant, born in London. In the 1901 census at 17 Raby Place: Jane S Guilleman (sic), aged 94, unmarried, lodger, birthplace not known. D.K.32 Fanny Gunyon ( ) The death of Jane Sadler Guillemard, aged 98, was registered 1905/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Jane Sadler Guillemard, aged 98, of 17 Raby Place, was buried on 8 Apr No memorial found. In the 1861 census at a school at 3 Albert Villas, Clifton: Fanny Gunyon, aged 27, unmarried, teacher, assistant governess, born at Clapham (Surrey). In the 1901 census at Glenside, Southville Terrace, Lyncombe & Widcombe, Bath: Fanny Gunyon, aged 68, unmarried, boarder, born at Clapham (Surrey). D.K.33 Emeline Campbell ( ) Robert Campbell EMELINE DAUGHTER OF THE LATE ROBERT CAMPBELL OF MONTREAL, CANADA BORN 27 TH APRIL 1843 DIED 20 TH NOVEMBER 1903 THERE REMAINETH A REST TO THE PEOPLE OF GOD. From the burial register: Fanny Gunyon, aged 71, of 12 Seymour Road, was buried on 18 Mar From the grant of probate, she died on 16 Mar Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1901 census at 1 Darlington Street, Bath: Selina Campbell, aged 56, unmarried, living on own means, born in Canada, Emeline D-274

84 Campbell, aged 58, unmarried, sister, living on own means, born in Canada, and two servants. D.K.34 Jane Harper ( ) William Harper ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY _ OF _ MY DEAR WIFE JANE HARPER, WHO DIED MARCH 10 TH 1906, AGED 64 YEARS. AND THOU BIDD ST ME COME TO THEE O LAMB OF GOD, I COME! ALSO OF WILLIAM HARPER WHO FELL ASLEEP DECEMBER 16 TH 1928 IN HIS 84 TH YEAR. From the burial register: Emeline Campbell, aged 60, of 1 Darlington St, was buried on 24 Nov Headstone and kerb. In the 1891 census at 5 Grove Street, Bath: William Harper, aged 46, chimney cleaner, born at Bath, wife Jane, aged 49, born at Calne (Wilts), and a servant (chimney cleaner). In the 1901 census at 5-6 Grove Street, Bath: William Harper, aged 56, chimney sweep, born at Bath, and wife Jane, aged 59, born at Calne (Wilts). From the burial register: Jane Harper, aged 64, of 50 Shakespeare Avenue, Wells Road, was buried on 15 Mar D.K.35 William Manning Peasley ( ) Annie Peasley ( ) From the burial register: William Harper, aged 83, of Alexandra Villa, Shakespeare Ave, Wells Rd, Bath, was buried on 19 Dec No memorial found. The marriage of William Manning Peasley to Annie Arnold was registered 1869/Q3 Bristol. In the 1881 census at 4 Hatfield Buildings, Widcombe, Bath: William Peasley, aged 39, draper, born at Bristol, wife Annie, aged 30, born at Bristol, seven children, and Emma Arnold, aged 21, unmarried, sister- D-275

85 in-law, draper, born at Bath. From the burial register: William Manning Peasley, aged 68, of 5 Alexandra Road, was buried on 28 Mar From the National Probate Calendar 1906: PEASLEY William Manning of Britannia-villa Beechen-cliff draper died 24 March 1906 Probate Bristol 16 May to Annie Peasley widow Effects 148 8s. D.K.36 Ann Perkins ( ) Charles Perkins ( ) Clara Marianne Perkins ( ) Annie Amelia Perkins ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF ANN PERKINS DIED NOV AGED 80. ALSO OF CHARLES PERKINS HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE DIED JAN AGED 84. ALSO OF CLARA M. PERKINS DIED MAY AGED 74. ALSO OF ANNIE A. PERKINS DIED DEC AGED 76. From the burial register: Annie Peasley, aged 79, of 74 Triangle, Bath, was buried on 7 Jun Headstone and kerb. The birth of Clara Marina Perkins was registered 1858/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Blake. The birth of Beatrice Mary Perkins was registered 1871/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Blake. In the 1901 census at 6 Hampton Row, Bath: Charles Perkins, aged 71, gardener not domestic, born at Lanham (Wilts), wife Ann, aged 72, born at Chilcompton, and children: Clara M, aged 42, unmarried, dressmaker own account, born at Bathampton, and Beatrice M, aged 30, unmarried, dressmaker worker, born at Bath. From the burial register: Ann Perkins, aged 80, of 6 Hampton Row, was buried on 2 Dec From the burial register: Charles Perkins, aged 84, of 6 Hampton Row, was buried on 27 Jan The death of Clara Marianne Perkins, aged 74, was registered 1933/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Clara Marianne Perkins, aged 74, of 39 D-276

86 Powlett Rd, Bath, was buried on 6 Mar (The date of death on the memorial of 6 May 1933 has been verified.) From the National Probate Calendar 1933: PERKINS Clara Marianne otherwise Clara of 39 Powlett-road Bath spinster died 2 March 1933 Probate Bristol 23 May to Annie Amelia Perkins spinster and Beatrice Mary Honeybone (wife of Edward Honeybone). Effects 880 2s. 9d. D.K.37 Beatrice Mary Honeybone ( ) Edward Honeybone ( ) Emily Kate Honeybone ( ) Beatrice Emily Honeybone ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF BEATRICE MARY HONEYBONE DIED AUGUST AGED 63. ALSO EDWARD, BELOVED HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE, DIED JULY , AGED 84. ALSO EMILY KATE HONEYBONE, DIED JANUARY AGED 85. AND BEATRICE EMILY HONEYBONE DIED JANUARY AGED 89. REUNITED. The death of Annie Amelia Perkins, aged 76, was registered 1935/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Annie Amelia Perkins, aged 76, of 22 Rockliffe Rd, Bath, was buried on 9 Dec Headstone and kerb. The birth of Edward Honeybone in 1867 was registered 1868/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Whatley. The birth of Beatrice Mary Perkins was registered 1871/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Blake. In the 1901 census at 8 Laymead, Walcot, Bath: Edward Honeybone, aged 31, unmarried, visitor, grocer employer, born at Bath. The marriage of Edward Honeybone to Beatrice Mary Perkins at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1902/Q3 Bath. From the burial register: Beatrice Mary Honeybone, aged 63, of 39 Powlett Rd, Bath, was buried on 20 Aug From the burial register: Edward Honeybone, aged 84, of 39 Powlett Rd, Bath, was buried on 21 Jul D-277

87 The birth of Emily Kate Wheeler was registered 1866/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Simmonds. The marriage of George Honeybone to Emily Kate Wheeler at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1890/Q1 Bath. The birth of Beatrice Emily Honeybone was registered 1895/Q2 Hendon. In the 1911 census at 50 Acklam Road, London W: George Honeybone, aged 45, fitter s assistant railway company, born at Bath, wife Emily Kate, aged 44, born at Bath, and children: George Edward Samuel, aged 20, wiremans improver, born at Kensington, and Beatrice Emily, aged 15, dressmakers apprentice, born at Willesden. From the burial register: Emily Kate Honeybone, aged 85, of 3 Widcombe Crescent, Bath, was buried on 7 Jan From the burial register: Beatrice Emily Honeybone, aged 89, of 39 Powlett Rd, Bathwick, was buried on 11 Jan D.K.38 Ellen Parsons ( ) ELLEN PARSONS DIED NOVEMBER AGED 71. WASH ME AND I SHALL BE WHITER THAN SNOW. See also D.Ja.37. Headstone with a pointed top. In the 1881 census at 5 Prior Park Buildings, Bath: Emma Hallett Comyns, aged 61, unmarried, house property, born in Devon, Maria Lear Abbot, aged 59, widow, sister, house & land proprietor, born in Devon, Fanny Karslake, aged 30, unmarried, niece, born in Devon, Ellen Parsons, aged 38, unmarried, servant, housekeeper domestic, born at Bath, and another servant. D-278

88 The death of Ellen Parsons, aged 73, was registered 1903/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Ellen Parsons, aged 73, of 20 Bathwick St, was buried on 1 Dec From the National Probate Calendar 1904: PARSONS Ellen of 20 Bathwick-street Bath spinster died 26 November 1903 Probate Bristol 5 January to Fanny Comyns Karslake spinster Effects 206 9s. 3d. From the burial register & burial order book: Sarah Ann Pearce, aged 74, of 11 Church St, Widcombe, was buried on 26 Jun From the National Probate Calendar 1916: PEARCE Sarah Ann of 11 Churchstreet Widcombe Bath spinster died 20 June 1916 Probate London 21 July to Mary Ann Pininger spinster. Effects s. 8d. D.K.39 Charles Thompson Child ( ) In Memory OF CHARLES THOMPSON CHILD BORN IN WARREN RHODE ISLAND U.S.A. OCTOBER DIED IN BATH AUGUST (In the 1911 census at 5 Widcombe Villas: Mary Anne Pinninger, aged 51, unmarried, private means, born at Avebury (Wilts), Fanny Martha Pinninger, aged 49, unmarried, sister, private means, born at Avebury, two servants and a visitor. The following entry appears in the Bath Directory for 1912: Irish Church Missions, Bath Auxiliary. Treasurer Brigadier-Surgeon Dudley, Secretary Miss M.A. Pinniger. Banks, Parr s Bank (Ld.). For the conversion of the Roman Catholic population of Ireland by means consistent with the principles of the Churches of England and Ireland. ) Headstone. In the 1860 census at Warren, Rhode Island, USA: Charles T Child, D-279

89 aged 44, merchant, born in Rhode Island, Anna E Child, aged 38, born in Maryland, four presumed children, and Catherine Farrel aged 25, born in Ireland. In the 1881 census at 32 Leam Terrace, Leamington Priors (Warks): Charles Thos Child, aged 64, married, lodger, [living on] interest of money, born at Warren, Rhode Is USA. In the 1891 census at 26 Pulteney Street, Bath: Charles T Child, aged 74, married, living on own means, born at Rhode I, USA. In the 1901 census at 26 Pulteney Street, Bath: Charles T Child, aged 84, widower, lodger, living on own means, born in America (foreign subject). D.K.40 Charlotte Audas ( ) South: IN MEMORY OF M RS CHARLOTTE AUDAS RELICT OF M R WILLIAM AUDAS, OF WAINFLEET ALL SAINTS WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT BATH MARCH THE 16 TH 1867 AGED 72 YEARS. From the burial register: Charles Thompson Child, aged 86, of 26 Pulteney St, was buried on 26 Aug From the National Probate Calendar 1903: CHILD Charles Thompson of 26 Pulteney-street Bath gentleman died 23 August 1903 Administration (with Will) (Limited) Bristol 15 October to Charles Edward Thomas solicitor the attorney of Edward Freeborn Child Effects 163 3s. 3d. Pitched 4 ways. On 11 Aug 1820 at Thorpe St Peter (Lincs) William Audas married Charlotte Dawson [IGI]. In the 1851 census at Chapple Place, Wainfleet All Saints (Lincs): Charlotte Audas, aged 57, widow, annuitant, born at Louth (Lincs), and a servant. (There is another entry for William & Charlotte Audas at Wainfleet All Saints but the age for Charlotte of 40 does not accord with the entry for this burial.) In the 1861 census at Hill House, Burgh (Lincs): Thomas Payne James Grantham, aged 67, widower, MRCP Scld MRCS Scld practising as a D-280

90 physician, born at Leek (Staffs), a daughter, Charlotte Audas, aged 67, unmarried, aunt, born at Louth (Lincs), and three servants. From the burial order book: Charlotte Audas, aged 72, of Sydney Bdgs, was buried on 22 Mar From the National Probate Calendar 1867: 14 August. The Will of Charlotte Audas late of Burgh le Marsh in the County of Lincoln and of 3 Sydney-buildings Bathwick Hill Bath in the County of Somerset Widow deceased who died 16 March 1867 at 3 Sydney-buildings aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oaths of John Hotchin Waters Grantham of Burgh le Marsh aforesaid Grazier and Benjamin Crow of Louth in the County of Lincoln aforesaid Clerk to a Solicitor the Executors. Effects under 800. Resworn at the Stamp Office August 1868 under 600. D.K.41 Jane Dodsworth Haydon ( ) JANE DODSWORTH HAYDON DEPARTED THIS LIFE DECEMBER AGED 78. JESU MERCY (John Hotchin Water Grantham ( ) was a farmer at Burgh (Lincs).) Cross on 3 plinths. In the 1891 census at 41 Bathwick Street, Bath: Jane D Haydon, aged 69, unmarried, living on own means, born at Guildford (Surrey), and two servants. The death of Jane Dodsworth Haydon, aged 78, was registered 1899/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Jane Dodsworth Haydon, aged 78, of 42 Bathwick St, was buried on 12 Dec D-281

91 D.K.42 Mary George ( ) MARY GEORGE DIED APRIL Cross on 3 plinths. The marriage of Philip Edward George to Mary Haydon was registered 1858/Q3 Guildford. In the 1861 census at North Street, Midhurst (Surrey): William Haydon, aged 37, unmarried, perpetual curate of Midhurst, born at St Nicholas, Guildford (Surrey), Philip Edward George, aged 33, married, rector of Comb Hay Somerset, born at Walcot St Swithins Bath, and two servants. In the 1901 at St Winifreds, Sion Hill, Bath: Philip E George, aged 73, clergyman (church of England), born at Bath, wife Mary, aged 65, born at Guildford, and four servants. D.K.42 Philip Edward George ( ) P. E. GEORGE IN PACE ET IN CHRISTO OBDORMIVIT JULY From the burial register: Mary George, aged 68, of St Winifreds, Sion Hill, was buried on 20 Apr External memorial at St John the Baptist: LET US REMEMBER BEFORE GOD THE SOUL OF HIS FAITHFUL SERVANT PHILIP EDWARD GEORGE PRIEST WHO MINISTERED IN THIS CHURCH AS CURATE AND VICAR Internal memorial at St John the Baptist: Let us remember before God Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1861 census at North Street, Midhurst (Sussex): William Haydon, aged 37, unmarried, perpetual curate of Midhurst, born at St Nicholas Guildford (Surrey), Philip Edward George, aged 33, married, visitor, rector of Comb Hay (Som), born at Walcot St Swithins Bath, and two servants. D-282

92 Philip Edward George, Priest, Curate & Vicar of this Church born 1828, died In the 1891 census at Winifreds House, Winifred Lane, Walcot, Bath: Philip E George, aged 63, clerk in holy orders, born at Bath, wife Mary, aged 55, born at Guildford (Surrey), and three servants. The death of Philip Edward George, aged 79, was registered 1907/Q3 Bath. From the burial register: Philip Edward George, aged 79, of St Winifreds, Sion Hill, was buried on 3 Aug From the National Probate Calendar 1907: GEORGE the reverend Philip Edward of St Winifred s Bath clerk died 30 July 1907 Probate Bristol 4 September to William Scott Owen esquire and Catharine Seymour Owen spinster. Effects s. Memorials at St John the Baptist, Bathwick: D.K Harold John Gilbert ( ) Louisa Dorothea Gilbert ( ) East: HAROLD JOHN GILBERT, DIED OCTOBER THE SECOND 1896, AGED NINETEEN THY WILL BE DONE. See also D.K.42. Edward Foot Gilbert ( ) North: LOUISA DOROTHEA GILBERT DIED SEP TR 25 TH 1897 AGED 54 YEARS JESU MERCY. Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. The birth of Edward Foot Gilbert Gilbert was registered 1838/Q2 Devizes. (The double Gilbert in the typescript GRO index has been D-283

93 EDWARD FOOT GILBERT verified.) LATE MAJOR 49 TH REGIMENT DIED DEC. 26 TH 1910, AGED 72 YEARS The marriage of Edward Foot Gilbert to Louisa Dorothea Price was registered 1874/Q3 Sherborne. THE SOULS OF THE RIGHTEOUS AE IN THE HANDS OF GOD. In the 1881 census at Stoneleigh, Warminster (Wilts): Edward Foot Gilbert, aged 43, Captn on half pay late 106 Regiment, born at Marden (Wilts), wife Louisa Dorothea, aged 36, born at Cralfield (Suffolk), son Harold John, aged 3, born at Warminster, a visitor and three servants. From the burial order book: Harold John Gilbert, aged 19, of Bathampton, was buried on 7 Oct From the burial order book: Louisa Dorothea Gilbert, aged 55, of Bathampton, was buried on 2 Oct D.K.46 George Henry Briant ( ) IN Loving Memory of GEORGE HENRY BRIANT DIED FEBRUARY 9 TH 1898 AGED 66 YEARS Thy will be done. From the burial register: Edward Foot Gilbert, aged 72, of Hillside, Bathampton, was buried on 31 Dec Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1881 census at 28 Osney Crescent, St Pancras, London: George Henry Briant, aged 48, merchant, born at Oxford, wife Jane Maria, aged 44, born at Chiseldon (Wilts), two children, two servants and a visitor. In the 1891 census at 25 Disraeli Road, Ealing (Middx): George H Briant, aged 59, living on own means, born at Oxford, wife Jane M, aged 54, born at Bedbury nr Swindon (Wilts), son William H M, aged 29, unmarried, office manager on newspaper, born at Hackney, and a servant. D-284

94 D.K.47 Henry Waterman ( ) Ann Waterman ( ) IN Loving Memory of HENRY WATERMAN WHO DIED 18 TH DECEMBER 1904 AGED 66 YEARS. PEACE PERFECT PEACE Also of ANN WATERMAN, WIDOW OF THE ABOVE DIED 5 TH NOV AGED 74 YEARS. The death of George Henry Briant, aged 66, was registered 1898/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: George Henry Briant, aged 66, of 3 South Parade, was buried on 11 Feb (The burial order book has the age as 56.) Headstone with a pointed top and kerb. In the 1901 census at 15 Pulteney Street, Bath: Henry Waterman, aged 64, lodging house keeper & waiter, born at Stanstead (Essex), wife Ann, aged 58, born at Stubbington (Hants), and a niece. From the burial register: Henry Waterman, aged 66, of 15 Pulteney St, was buried on 22 Dec D.K.48 Thomas Edward Bartlett ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF THOMAS EDWARD BARTLETT BORN JUNE , DIED NOV UNTIL THE DAY BREAK From the burial register: Ann Waterman, aged 74, of 33 Park Parade, Harlesden, Willesden NW, was buried on 9 Nov Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. D-285

95 In the 1881 census at Bartletts Nursery (by Abbey View House), Widcombe, Bath: Thomas E Bartlett, aged 49, widower, gardener & florist, born at Bath, and children: Catherine J, aged 22, born at Bath, and Mary Elizth, aged 18, born at Bath. In the 1901 census at 19 Sydney Buildings, Bath: Thomas C Bartlett, aged 69, widower, retired fruit grower, born at Bath, and daughters: Catherine J, aged 42, unmarried, born at Bath, and Mary E, aged 38, unmarried, born at Bath. From the burial register: Thomas Edward Bartlett, aged 75, of 32 Sydney Bdgs, was buried on 30 Nov See also J.P.15. D-286

96 Row L D.L.21a William Gordon COMMANDER Lockyer ( ) WILLIAM G LOCKYER O.B.E. ROYAL NAVY MOST DEARLY LOVED Plaque 16 x12 The birth of William G Lockyer was registered 1919/Q4 Axminster, mother s maiden name: Gibbs. D.L.21b Gertud Margrethe Van Slooten ( ) GERTRUD VAN SLOOTEN A WONDERFUL AND MUCH LOVED MOTHER The death of William Gordon Lockyer, born on 17 Oct 1919, was registered 1998/Jan Bath & NE Somerset. From the burial register: William Gordon Lockyer, aged 78, of 7 Gallants, Combe Down, Bath, died on 15 Jan 1998, was cremated on 23 Jan 1998 and his ashes buried on 14 Feb There is a memorial table in St Mary s church. Plaque 14 x10 Passenger on the SS Athlone Castle from Cape Town to Southampton, arriving on 22 Apr 1955: Gertrud van Slooten, born on 26 Mar 1928, housewife, nationality: Danish, country of last permanent residence: S Africa, country of intended permanent residence: S Africa, UK address: Danish Embassy, London SW1. The death of Gertrude Margrethe Van Slooten, born on 26 Mar 1928, was registered 1998/Oct Bath & NE Somerset. From the burial register: Gertrud Van Slooten died on 5 Oct 1998, was cremated on 13 Oct 1998 and her ashes buried on 25 Nov D-287

97 D.L.21c Thomas Edward THOMAS ROWE Rowe ( ) AND YOU SHALL SEE HIM AS HE REALLY IS D.L.21d Kathleen Edythe Young ( ) KATHLEEN EDYTHE YOUNG IN LOVING MEMORY A DEDICATED NURSE Plaque 15 x12 The death of Thomas Edward Rowe, born on 29 Dec 1956, was registered 2000/Sep Bath & NE Somerset. D.L.21 Martha de Havilland ( ) Charles de Havilland ( ) Richard Saumarez ( ) South: SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF MARTHA, WIDOW OF MAJOR CHARLES DE HAVILLAND.. TH REGT (KING S OWN) OF CHOISY TERRACE, ISLAND OF GUERNSEY [D]AUGHTER OF R. SAUMAREZ ESQ RE F.R.S. &c. &c. DIED ON DEC R 26 TH 1864 [I]N PERFECT PEACE AFTER MANY YEARS SEVERE ILLNESS BORNE WITH CHRISTIAN FORTITUDE AGED 66. North: 2.COR. V.I. FOR WE KNOW THAT IF OUR EARTHLY HOUSE OF THIS TABERNACLE WERE DISSOLVED WE HAVE A B... OF GOD. AN HOUSE NOT MADE WITH HANDS ETERNAL IN THE... JOHN XIV.2. IN MY FATHER S HOUSE ARE MANY MANSIONS... NOT SO. I WOULD HAVE TOLD YOU. I GO TO PREPARE A... JOB XIX.25. I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVETH Plaque 16 x12 The death of Kathleen Edith/Edyth Young, born on 4 Jun 1906, was registered 2000/Mar Bath & NE Somerset. Pitched 4 ways. Partially delaminated. Six posts around the grave. A neighbouring oak tree has a trunk with diameter of 30cm. From peerage.com quoting Burke s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107 th edition (2003): Major Charles de Havilland was born in 1787, son of Sir Peter de Havilland. On 7 Oct 1819 he married Martha Saumarez, daughter of Richard Saumarez and Martha Le Mesurier. They had two children: Rev Charles Richard de Havilland ( ), and Maj-Gen James de Havilland ( ). He died on 23 Nov Richard Saumarez was born on 12 Nov 1764, son of Matthew Saumarez and Carteret Le Marchant. Surgeon at Newington and Fellow of the Royal Society of Antiquaries. His eldest son was Admiral Richard Saumarez ( ). D-288

98 Will of Richard Saumarez of Bath, Somerset, date 9 Apr 1835, PROB 11/1846. In the 1851 census at Downside, Midsomer Norton (Som): Charles Ric de Havilland, aged 27, clergyman incumbent of Downside near Bath MA Oxford, born at Walcot parish Bath, wife Agnes Maria, aged 28, born at Madras, son Saumarez, aged under 10 months, born at Midsomer Norton, three private pupils and four servants. From Alumni Oxonienses: Havilland, Charles Richard de, 1s. Charles, of Bath, ar. ORIEL COLL., matric. 17 Feb., 1842, aged 18; B.A. 1846, M.A. 1949, chaplain at Memel and Königsberg , etc, vicar of St. Matthew s, Cobo, Guernsey, , acting chaplain to the forces in that island In the 1861 census at 14 Sydney Place, Bath: Martha de Havilland, aged 63, widow, born at Newington (Surrey), daughter Martha H, aged 36, unmarried, born at Hastings (Sussex), and three servants. D.L.22 Harriet Martha Jackson ( ) William Owen Jackson South: Harriet Martha widow of the late William Owen Jackson Esq who died East: June 1 st 1870 Aged 71. From the burial register: Martha de Havilland, aged 66, of Sydney Place, was buried on 3 Jan Pitched in the form of a cross. The death of William Owen Jackson was registered 1856/Q4 Brighton. Will of William Owen Jackson of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, date 29 Oct 1856, PROB 11/2240. From the burial register: Harriet Martha Jackson, aged 74, of 29 Sydney Bdgs, was buried on 9 Jun (The age of 71 on the D-289

99 memorial has been verified.) From the National Probate Calendar 1870: 6 July. The Will of Harriet Martha Jackson late of the City of Bath Widow deceased who died 1 June 1870 at Bath aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the oath of Thomas Staunton of 29 Bedford-square Brighton in the County of Sussex Esquire the sole Executor. Effects under 12,000. D.L.23 Ann Brice ( ) D.L.24 Georgiana Rutherford ( ) Sarah Ann Shepherd ( ) No memorial found. From the burial order book: Ann Brice, aged 76, of 3 Nile St, was buried on 26 Jun From the National Probate Calendar 1873: 16 August. The Will of Ann Brice formerly of 5 Barton-buildings near Queen-square but late of 3 Nile-street Walcot both in the City of Bath Spinster who died 21 June 1873 at 3 Nile-street was proved at the Principal Registry by John Stone of 13 Queen-square Solicitor the sole Executor. Effects under 800. No memorial found. In the 1851 census at Homebush Cottage, Alphington, Exeter: Benjamin Shipherd (sic), aged 43, gentleman, born at Butcombe (Som), wife Sarah, aged 54, born in London, daughter Charlotte, aged 17, born at Exeter, Georgiana Rutherford, aged 54, unmarried, wife s sister, born in London, and two servants. From the burial order book: Georgiana Rutherford, aged 88, of 1 Darlington St, died on 30 Mar 1875 and was buried on 3 Apr In the 1891 census at 35 Belvedere, Walcot, Bath: Sarah A Shepherd, aged 95, widow, living on own means, born in London, and daughter Charlotte E, aged 57, unmarried, living on own means, born at Exeter. D.L.25 Hannah Edmunds ( ) Henry Edmunds ( ) In memory of HANNAH WIFE OF HENRY EDMUNDS 2 LORNE VILLAS, PULTENEY ROAD BATH WHO DIED JUNE 9 TH 1877 AGED 66 YEARS HER END WAS PEACE From the burial order book: Sarah Ann Shepherd, aged 95, of 34 Belvedere, was buried on 18 Aug Also of HENRY EDMUNDS Headstone. Partly obscured by the branches of a fir tree. D-290

100 HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED SEP TR 24 TH AGED 71 YEARS. THEY REST FROM THEIR LABOURS In the 1871 census at Albert House, Sonning (Berks): Henry Edmunds, aged 58, landowner, born at Cerne Abbas (Dorset), wife Hannah, aged 59, born at Symondsbury (Dorset), daughter Sarah, aged 21, born at Blandford (Dorset), and a servant. From the burial register: Hannah Edmunds, aged 66, of Lorne Villa, was buried on 12 Jun In the 1881 census at 2 Lorne Villas, Bathwick, Bath: Henry Edmonds, aged 68, retired woolstapler, born at Cerne Abbas (Dorset), a niece and a servant. D.L.26 Mary Ann Harris ( ) From the burial register: Henry Edmunds, aged 71, of 2 Lorne Villas, was buried on 27 Sep From the National Probate Calendar 1883: 12 October. The Will with a Codicil of Henry Edmunds late of 2 Lornevillas in the City of Bath Gentleman who died 24 September 1883 at 2 Lorne-villas was proved at Bristol by John Edmunds of 58 High-street Andover in the County of Southampton Ironmonger the Son and Charles Edmunds of South-street Bridport in the County of Dorset Tanner the Nephew the Executors. Personal Estate 42,361 17s. 10d. No memorial found. In the 1861 census at 33 Langton St, Bedminster (Som): Nicholas Harris, aged 54, railway guard, born at Little Slempson (Devon), wife Mary, aged 43, born in London, and a daughter. The marriage of Nicholas Harris to Mary Ann Cox at St Mary s, Swainswick nr Batheaston was registered 1867/Q4 Bath. In the 1871 census at 10 Hampton Row, Bathwick, Bath: Nicholas Harris, aged 64, railway policeman, born at Totnes (Devon), and wife Mary A, aged 47, born at Bath. From the burial register & burial order book: Mary Ann Harris, aged 54, of 10 Hampton Row, died on 10 Mar 1878 and was buried on 14 Mar D-291

101 D.L.27 Henrietta Jane Raby ( ) Arthur Turnour Raby ( ) IN... HENRIETTA JANE WIDOW OF ARTHUR TURNOUR RABY ESQ BORN JULY 26 TH 1792 DIED FEB Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. Baptised on 19 Sep 1791 at Cobham (Surrey): Arthur Turner Raby, son of Alexander & Ann Taby, date of birth 31 Aug 1789 [IGI]. From now superseded by Arthur Turnour Raby, younger son of Alexander Raby, was born in 1791 and educated at Westminster School. He later moved to Llanelli when his father decided to invest a fortune in the iron and coalmining industries. Arthur and his father Alexander were involved in Llanelli s iron and coal industries for 30 years. They had invested and lost a fortune, purported to have been around 175,000, trying to exploit the area s resources. Sometime after 1827 Arthur Turnour Raby left Llanelli to live abroad, probably to avoid creditors. Henry James Raby was born on 26 Sep 1827 at Boulogne, France, the son of Arthur Turnour Raby, of Llanelli. Boulogne-sur-Mer was a common location for those escaping creditors. Henry Raby was the first person ever to receive the Victoria Cross at an Investiture on Hyde Park on 26 June Arthur Turnour Raby travelled extensively and died in Russia in In the 1861 census at 16 Edward Street, Bath: Portia M Smith, aged 53, unmarried, fundholder, born at Bath, Henrietta J Raby, aged 60, widow, sister, fundholder, born in London, Henrietta M Raby, aged 40, unmarried, niece, born in Wales, Jane L Raby, aged 35, unmarried, niece, born in Wales, Georgiana M Raby, aged 30, unmarried, niece, born in Wales, and four servants. D-292

102 In the 1871 census at 65 Pulteney Street, Bath: Portia M Smith, aged 64, unmarried, no profession, born at Bath, Henrietta J Raby, aged 78, widow, sister, no profession, born in London, Henrietta M Raby, aged 56, unmarried, niece, no profession, born at Swansea, Georgina M Raby, aged 49, unmarried, niece, no profession, born at Swansea, Jane L Raby, aged 51, unmarried, niece, no profession, born at Swansea, Arthur Raby, aged 47, unmarried, nephew, HM Consul at Jeddah, born at Dursley (Glos), and four servants. From the burial register: Henrietta Jane Raby, aged 87, of 65 Pulteney St, was buried on 7 Feb From the grant of probate, she died on 3 Feb D.L.28 Mary Louisa Newenham ( ) Charles Burton Newenham ( ) Sacred TO THE MEMORY OF MARY THE BELOVED WIFE OF CHARLES B. NEWENHAM WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE IN BATH 2_ MARCH 1880 AGED 88 YEARS NOT DEAD BUT SLEEPETH. Also of CHARLES BURTON NEWENHAM DIED 18 TH NOVEMBER AGED 93 YEARS. See also D.L.42 and D.L.43. Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. From The Sydney Herald of Tue 31 May 1842 p4: Despatches have been received from the Right Hon. the Secretary of State for the Colonies, signifying to his Excellency the Governor, that the Act declaring the appointment of Charles Burton Newenham, Esq., to the office of Sheriff for this province,... have been regularly made, and were duly allowed. From The Sydney Herald of Sat 27 Jun 1846 p2: Mr. Charles Burton Newenham had been re appointed Sheriff of South Australia. D-293

103 From the Australian Dictionary of Biography in the entry for Sir Charles Cooper ( ): On 7 July 1853 at St Michael s Church of England, Mitcham, Charles Cooper married Emily Grace, daughter of Charles Burton Newenham, sheriff of South Australia. In the 1871 census at Amberton House, College Road, Cheltenham: Sir Charles Cooper, aged 76, knight barrister at law, born at Henley on Thames (Oxon), wife Emily, aged 54, born in Ireland, Newenham Burton (sic), aged 71, father-in-law, land & bond monies, born in Ireland, Mary Burton (sic), aged 75, mother-in-law, land & bond monies, born in Ireland, two visitors and three servants. From the burial register & burial order book: Mary Louisa Newenham, aged 86, of 40 Pulteney St, died on 28 Mar 1880 and was buried on 31 Mar In the 1881 census at 40 Pulteney Street, Bath: Chas Cooper, aged 86, retd Colonial C Justice, born at Henley on Thames (Oxon), wife Emily G, aged 65, born in Ireland, Chas B Newnham (sic), aged 86, widower, ex-colonial High Sheriff, born in Ireland, a cousin, a niece and three servants. From the burial order book: Charles Burton Newenham, aged 93, of 12 Pulteney St, was buried on 22 Nov D.L.29 Gertrude Cooper ( ) Frederick Bathurst Cooper ( ) BENEATH THIS STONE ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS OF GERTRUDE, WIFE OF MAJOR BATHURST COOPER. OF 12 PULTENEY STREET. WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MAY 14 TH From the Mercury (Hobart, Tas) of Sat 3 Dec 1887 p3: The death is announced of Mr. Charles Burton Newenham, who was the first sheriff of the Supreme Court of South Australia, at the age of 93 years. Headstone with a pointed top and kerb. D-294

104 In the 1881 census at 12 Pulteney Street, Bath: F B Cooper, aged 70, Major H M S, born at Hatch Beauchamp (Som), wife Gertrude, aged 70, born at Marylebone, London, and three servants. From the burial register: Gertrude Cooper, aged 71, of 12 Pulteney St, was buried on 14 May (The date on the memorial has been verified but the burial order book has the date as 12 May 1883.) D.L.30 Charlotte Simeon ( ) Richard Goden Simeon ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF CHARLOTTE SIMEON WIDOW OF THE LATE LIEUT T COL L R. GODEN SIMEON 15 TH BENGAL CAVALRY WHO DIED 13 TH FEBRUARY 1883 AGED 53. The death of Frederick Bathurst Cooper, aged 69, was registered 1884/Q4 Marylebone. Headstone and kerb. From by Stephen Lewis, Cheltenham: Simeon Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Godin Bengal Staff Corps died 1 st July Son of Rear-Admiral Charles Simeon (Royal Navy). Born in Londonderry, 3 rd July Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Maharajpoor 1843 (medal, wounded), Mutiny 1857 (medal). Married Charlotte Earle at Allahabad, 11 th October Grave at Srinagar In memory of Richard Goden Simeon, Lieut Col. Staff Corps Died on 1 st July 1867 Aged 43 years & 11 months. In the 1881 census at 36 Pulteney Street, Bath: Charlotte Simeon, aged 51, widow, annuitant, born in India, and children: Anne K, aged 22, born at Muscat, India, Charles, aged 21, born at Muscat, and Gertrude, aged 19, born at Muscat. D-295

105 D.L.31 Jane Westcott ( ) Robert Westcott (1811-) Edgar Wallace Andrews ( ) South: North: IN LOVING MEMORY OF JANE. WIDOW OF ROBERT WESTCOTT WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE DECEMBER 19 TH 1885 AGED 64 YEARS IT IS THE LORD LET HIM DO WHAT SEEMETH HIM GOOD. ALSO OF EDGAR WALLACE ANDREWS GRANDSON OF THE LATE ROBERT & JANE WESTCOTT WHO DIED AUGUST 23 RD 1884 AGED 1 YEAR & 5 MONTHS From the burial register: Charlotte Simeon, aged 53, of 36 Pulteney St, was buried on 16 Feb Pitched 4 ways. The birth of Emma Westcott was registered 1850/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Cook. In the 1851 census at Entry Hill, Bath: Robert Westcott, aged 40, brewer, born at Bath, wife Jane, aged 30, born at Stroud (Glos), and children: George, aged 6, born at Widcombe (Som), and Emma, aged 1, born at Widcombe. The marriage of Annie Westcott to Thomas Franklin Andrews at St Thomas à Becket, Widcombe, Bath was registered 1881/Q1 Bath. The birth of Edward Wallace Andrews was registered 1883/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Westcott. From the burial register: Edgar Wallace Andrews, aged 17 months, of 10 Darlington Place, was buried on 3 Sep The death of Jane Westcott, aged 67, was registered 1885/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Jane Westcott, aged 67, of 10 Darlington Place, was buried on 19 Dec (The date of death on the memorial has been verified.) D-296

106 D.L.32 Sarah Leach ( ) Robert Burton Leach ( ) SARAH WIFE OF REV. R. BURTON LEACH RECTOR OF SUTTON MONTIS ZOE. Headstone surmounted by a cross. Most of the lead has gone. The birth of Robert Burton Leach was registered 1837/Q3 Wincanton. The marriage of Robert Burton Leach to Sarah Martin at St Michael with St Paul, Bath was registered 1867/Q1 Bath. In the 1871 census at Sutton Montis (Som): Robert B Leach, aged 33, rector of Sutton Montis, born at Sutton Montis, wife Sarah, aged 34, born in Tasmania, two children, Selina Martin, aged 28, step-sister, born in Tasmania, a visitor and four servants. The death of Sarah Leach, aged 51, was registered 1888/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Sarah Leach, aged 51, of 12 Pulteney St, was buried on 8 Nov In the 1891 census at 3 Widcombe Terrace, Bath: Robert Burton Leach, aged 53, widower, rector of South Cadbury (Som), born at Sutton Montis (Som), children: Eveline Zoe, aged 22, born at Sutton Montis, Madeline Edith, aged 22, born at Sutton Montis, Mary Alice Burton, aged 18, born in Portugal British Subject, and Frank Burton, aged 9, born at Weston Bampfylde (Som), and two servants. The death of Robert Burton Leach, aged 61, was registered 1898/Q3 Wincanton. From the grant of probate, he died on 11 Jul 1898 at South Cadbury. D-297

107 D.L.33 Presumbly the Zoe on the inscription refers to the daughter Selina Zoe who appears in the 1891 census. Thomas William Goldie ( ) Sarah Elizabeth Goldie ( ) IN MEMORY OF THOMAS WILLIAM GOLDIE COMMISSARY GENERAL (RETIRED) ONLY SON OF THE LATE L. COL. GOLDIE OF GOLDIE LEIGH, KIRCUDBRIGHTSHIRE BORN 25 TH MARCH DIED 12 TH JUNE ALSO OF SARAH ELIZABETH GOLDIE. HIS WIFE WHO PASSED FROM PAIN AND SORROW ON THE 22 ND NOV: 1889, AGED 74. I WILL GIVE THEE REST. Headstone surmounted by a Celtic cross and kerb. The Kircudbrightshire rather than Kirkcudbrightshire is as found. In the 1871 census at Hornsdale Lawn, Lansdown Road, Cheltenham: Thomas W Goldie, aged 59, retired Commissary General, born in London, wife Sarah E, aged 55, born in London, a niece, a nephew and two servants. From the burial order book: Thomas William Goldie, aged 74, of 1 Bathwick St, was buried on 16 Jun From the National Probate Calendar 1886: 9 July. The Will of Thomas William Goldie formerly of Beadon House Addiscombe-road Croydon in the County of Surrey but late of 1 Bathwick-street in the City of Bath Esquire who died 12 June 1886 at 1 Bathwick-street was proved at the Principal Registry by Sarah Elizabeth Goldie of 1 Bathwick-street Widow the Relict the sole Executrix. Personal Estate 284 5s. 4d. D.L.34 George Edward Sheward Cartwright ( ) GEORGE EDWARD SHEWARD CARTWRIGHT LATE CAPTAIN IN H.M. 83 RD REGIMENT DIED 8 TH OCT R AGED 32. WITH THE LORD THERE IS MERCY AND WITH HIM IS PLENTEOUS REDEMPTION. From the burial order book: Sarah Elizabeth Goldie, aged 74, of Lambridge Place, was buried on 26 Nov D-298

108 Headstone surmounted by a cross. The birth of George Edward Sheward Cartwright was registered 1847/Q2 Keynsham, mother s maiden name: Fox. In the 1851 census at Brislington (Som): George L Cartwright, aged 36, curate of Brislington, born at Bewdley (Worcs), wife Asenath, aged 38, born at Brislington, children: Frederick F, aged 5, born at Brislington, George E S, aged 3, born at Brislington, Isabella M L, aged 2, born at Brislington, and three servants. D.L.35 Ellen Jesson ( ) Thomas Jesson ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF ELLEN WIFE OF THE REV D THOMAS JESSON WHO ENTERED INTO REST JULY 30 TH 1892 ALSO OF THE REV D THOMAS JESSON L.L.D., RECTOR OF BISHOP CLEEVE DIED JANUARY 1 ST AGED 76 YEARS From the burial register: George Edward Sheward Cartwright, aged 32, of 7 Duke St, was buried on 13 Oct Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. The birth of Hilda Mary Jesson was registered 1884/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Saunders. In the 1891 census at Bathwick House, Bath: Thomas Jesson, aged 47, clerk in holy orders, born at West Bromwich (Staffs), wife Ellen, aged 40, born in London, children: Gundred M (daughter), aged 16, born at Handsworth (Staffs), Mildred E, aged 9, born at West Bromwich, and Hilda M, aged 6, born at Bath, and three servants. The death of Ellen Jesson, aged 42, was registered 1892/Q3 Bath. From the burial order book: Ellen Jesson, aged 42, of Bathwick House, was buried on 3 Aug D-299

109 D.L.36 John Glover ( ) From the burial register: Thomas Jesson, aged 76, of Cleeve, 51 Woodbourne Ave, Streatham, London, was buried on 5 Jan No memorial found. In the 1881 census at 1 Bathwick Place, Bath: John Glover, aged 82, widower, labourer, born at Wiveliscombe (Som). D.L.37 Mary Elizabeth Astley ( ) William Dugdale Astley ( ) Headstone: IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF MARY ELIZABETH WIFE OF THE REV. WILLIAM DUGDALE ASTLEY LATE RECTOR OF EAST LANGDON KENT WHO ENTERED INTO REST DEC R 21 ST From the burial register: John Glover, aged 85, of Grove St, was buried on 1 Jul Kerb, south: Kerb, east: Kerb, north: ALSO WILLIAM DUGDALE ASTLEY PRIEST WHO ENTERED INTO REST MARCH 28 TH 1907, AGED 92 UNTIL THE DAY DAWN. Celtic cross on plinths and kerb. The marriage of William Dugdale Astley to Mary Elizabeth Barton was registered 1849/Q3 Sheppey. In the 1881 census at the Rectory, East Langdon (Kent): William D Astley, aged 66, rector of East Langdon, born at Quenington (Glos), wife Mary Elizabeth, aged 54, born at Ulverston (Lancs), two children and two servants. From the burial order book: Mary Elizabeth Astley, aged 66, of 2 Darlington Place, was buried on 23 Dec From the burial register: William Dugdale Astley, aged 92, of 2 Darlington Place, was buried on 2 Apr From Alumni Oxonienses: Astley, William Dugdale, 3s. John Wolvey, of Quenington, co. Gloucester, cler. PEMBROKE COLL. matric. 17 May, 1834, aged 19, B.A. 1838, M.A. 1847, rector of East Langdon, Kent, D-300

110 D.L.38 Alfred William Turpin ( ) Alfred Christopher Turpin ( ) IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF ALFRED WILLIAM TURPIN (BABS) WHO DIED JAN Y 16 TH 1894 AGED 1 YEAR & 4 MONTHS ALSO OF ALFRED CHRISTOPHER TURPIN FATHER OF THE ABOVE DIED NOV Cross and kerb. The birth of Alfred Christopher Turpin was registered 1862/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Bright. The birth of Susie Jago Turpin was registered 1871/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Bright. In the 1891 census at 20 Darlington Place, Bath: Alfred C Turpin, aged 28, auctioneer, born at Bath, and wife Florence K, aged 21, born at Bath, and a servant. The birth of Alfred William Turpin was registered 1892/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Marchant. From the burial order book: Alfred William Turpin, aged 16 months, of 20 Darlington Place, was buried on 19 Jan The birth of Reginald Bright Turpin was registered 1897/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Turpin. From the burial order book: Reginald Bright Turpin, aged 2 months, of 20 Darlington Place, was buried on 16 Nov In the 1901 census at Kensington Square Kensington, London: Susie J Turpin, aged 28, unmarried, boarder, drapers assistant, born at Bath (as part a group of ten drapers assistants/boarders). In the 1911 census at Beckford, Bathwick, Bath: Alfred Christopher D-301

111 Turpin, aged 48, accountant & auctioneer, born at Bath, wife Florence Kate, aged 41, married 20 years 7 children of which 5 then living, born at Bath, four children and two servants. From the burial register: Alfred Christopher Turpin, aged 78, of 2 Lorne Villas, Pulteney Rd, Bath, was buried on 22 Nov D.L.39 Ann Eliza Latham ( ) Lawrence Latham ( ) IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF ANN ELIZA WIDOW OF THE REVD LAWRENCE LATHAM 45 YEAR RECTOR OF QUENINGTON GLOUCESTERSHIRE WHO ENTERED INTO REST OCT R XXII A.D. MDCCCXCV. AGED 85 YEARS. The death of Susan Jago Turpin, aged 80, was registered 1951/Q1 Bath. From the burial register & burial order book: Susan Jago Turpin, aged 80, of 2 Lorne Villas, Pulteney Rd, Bath, died on 13 Feb 1951 and was buried on 16 Feb THEY SHALL BE MINE SAITH THE LORD OF HOSTS IN THAT DAY WHEN I MAKE UP MY JEWELS. MAL. III.17. Cross on plinths and kerb. In the 1861 census at Quenington: Lawrence Latham, aged 62, rector of Quenington, born at Romsey (Hants), wife Ann Eliza, aged 50, born at Quenington, and two servants. The death of Lawrence Latham, aged 81, was registered 1880/Q3 Cirencester. (Entry in Alumni Oxonienses.) In the 1891 census at 13 Brook Street, Bath: Ann E Latham, aged 80, widow, living on own means, born at Quenington (Glos). From the burial order book: Ann Eliza Latham, aged 84, of 13 Brock St, was buried on 26 Oct D-302

112 ihs IN MEMORY OF ELLEN Henry Menars THE BELOVED WIFE OF ( ) MAJOR MENARS, RETIRED LIST, INDIAN ARMY. BORN NOV. 13 TH 1819, PASSED TO THE HIGHER LIFE JAN. 28 TH ALSO OF HER HUSBAND MAJOR HENRY MENARS AGED 82. LATE OF THE 45 TH M.I. WHO DIED ON 25 TH JAN D.L.40 Ellen Menars ( ) Headstone with a rounded top and kerb. In the 1881 census at 12 Bathwick Street, Bath: Henry Menars, aged 62, Major retired Indian Army, born at Geneva British Subject, and wife Ellen, aged 61, born in London. From the burial order book: Ellen Menars, aged 77, of 1 Darlington St, was buried on 1 Feb D.L.41 George Philipps ( ) Gertrude Marianne Philipps ( ) East: IN LOVING MEMORY OF GEORGE PHILIPPS PRIEST WHO ENTERED INTO REST JANUARY AGED 71 From the burial order book: Henry Menars, aged 82, of 16 Edward St, was buried on 28 Jan North: IN LOVING MEMORY OF GERTRUDE MARIANNE PHILIPPS WHO ENTERED INTO REST MARCH AGED 67 Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. The marriage of George Philipps to Gertrude Marianne Channell was registered 1859/Q1 Marylebone. GRANT HER O LORD ETERNAL REST AND LET LIGHT PERPETUAL SHINE UPON HER. In the 1881 census at the Rectory, Winfrith Newburgh (Dorset): George Philipps, aged 55, clerk in holy orders, born at Narbeth South D-303

113 Wales, wife Gertrude M P, aged 39, born in London, six children and three servants. From the burial order book: George Philipps, aged 71, of 1 Sion Hill, Sion Place, was buried on 19 Jan D.L.42 Arthur Raby ( ) Emma Raby ( ) South: IN MEMORY OF ARTHUR RABY H. B. M. CONSUL (RETIRED) DIED 16 TH FEBRUARY 1898 AGED 74. THY WILL BE DONE. From the burial register: Gertrude Marianne Philipps, aged 68, of 22 Pulteney St, was buried on 2 Apr North: IN LOVING MEMORY OF EMMA WIFE OF ARTHUR RABY DIED 16 TH JULY 1 Pitched in the form of a cross. Much of the lead has gone. In the 1891 census at 11 Catherine Place, Walcot, Bath: Arthur Raby, aged 67, retired HBM Consul, born at Lev... (Glam), wife Emma, aged 53, born in Belgium (British Subject), Leila Leslie, aged 18, stepdaughter, unmarried, born in New Zealand, and three servants. From the burial order book: Arthur Raby, aged 74, of 11 Catherine Place, was buried on 21 Feb D.L.43 Portia Myers Smith ( ) PORTIA MYERS SMITH DIED FEBRUARY 17 TH 1906 AGED 99 From the burial register: Emma Raby, aged 80, died at 9 Pulteney St and was buried on 18 Jul THY WILL BE DONE Cross on 3 plinths with a common kerb with D.L.44. In the 1861 census at 16 Edward Street, Bath: Portia M Smith, aged 53, unmarried, fundholder, born at Bath, Henrietta J Raby, aged 60, D-304

114 widow, sister, fundholder, born in London, Henrietta M Raby, aged 40, unmarried, niece, born in Wales, Jane L Raby, aged 35, unmarried, niece, born in Wales, Georgiana M Raby, aged 30, unmarried, niece, born in Wales, and four servants. In the 1901 census at 65 Pulteney Street, Bath: Portia Smith, aged 94, unmarried, living on own means, born at Bath, Henrietta Raby, aged 86, unmarried, niece, living on own means, born at Swansea, Jane L Raby, aged 81, unmarried, niece, living on own means, born at Swansea, Georgina Raby, aged 79, unmarried, niece, living on own means, born at Swansea, and three servants. From the burial register: Henrietta Maria Raby, aged 90, of 65 Pulteney Street was buried on 13 Apr From the National Probate Calendar 1905: RABY Henrietta Maria of 65 Pulteney-street Bath spinster died 9 April 1905 Probate London 9 June to Jane Lang Raby and Georgina Maria Raby spinsters Effects s. 3d. D.L.44 Georgina Maria Raby ( ) IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF GEORGINA MARIA RABY BORN DECEMBER 4 TH 1821 DIED JULY 4 TH From the burial register: Portia Myers Smith, aged 99, of 65 Pulteney St, was buried on 22 Feb Cross on 3 plinths with a common kerb with D.L.43. From the burial register: Georgina Maria Raby, aged 95, of 65 Pulteney St, was buried on 7 Jul From the National Probate Calendar 1917: RABY Georgina Maria of 65 Pulteney-street Bath spinster died 4 July 1917 Probate London 30 October to Jane Lang Raby spinster. Effects s. 1d. From the burial register: Jane Lang Raby, aged 106 years 7 months and 19 days, of 65 Pulteney St, was buried on 15 Jun From the D-305

115 National Probate Calendar 1926: RABY Jane Lang of 65 Pulteneystreet Bath spinster died 11 June 1926 Probate Bristol 20 July to Violet Anna Sylvia Raby widow and Bruce Metcalfe commander R.N.R. Effects s. 2d. D.L.45 Jane Willes ( ) Diagonally across the cross: In memory of See D.L.43. Charlotte Willes ( ) Scroll: JANE WILLES DIED FEB RY 2 ND AGED 43 YEARS PASSED FROM DEATH INTO LIFE ALSO IN MEMORY OF CHARLOTTE WILLES WHO DIED SEPTEMBER 12 TH 1898, AGED 53 YEARS NEITHER SHALL THERE BE... PAIN Cross carved in the form of the trunk and branches of a tree with a banner going diagonally across it, resting on a plinth carved as pile of stones with, integral to it, a plaque in the form of a scroll. There are eight posts on the kerb, carved as pieces of a tree, each with metal fitting which would probably have supported chains between the posts. Found covered in ivy. The birth of Jane Willis was registered 1853/Q1 Weymouth. In the 1861 census at 10 Belgrave Crescent, Radipole (Dorset): William Willes, aged 48, landed proprietor, born at Bath, wife Christian, aged 42, born in the Isle of Man, Mary Stead, aged 20, unmarried, stepdaughter, born in Guernsey, and children: Charlotte, aged 15, born in the Isle of Man, Jane, aged 7, born at Weymouth, and William, aged 5, born at Weymouth, and three servants. In the 1891 census as lodgers at 8 Edward Street, Bath: Charlotte Willes, aged 45, unmarried, living on own means, born at Douglas (Isle of Man), and Jane Willes, aged 38, unmarried, living on own means, born at Weymouth (Dorset). From the burial order book: Jane Willes, aged 43, of 4 Edward St, was buried on 6 Feb From the burial register: Charlotte Willes, aged 52, of 4 Edward St, D-306

116 D.L.46 was buried on 15 Sep From the National Probate Calendar 1898: WILLES Charlotte of 4 Edward-street Bath spinster died 12 September 1898 Probate London 15 November to Francis William Willes esquire and William Willes physician and surgeon Effects s. 2d. Robert George Tufnell ( ) On cross: ROBERT GEORGE TUFNELL ROYAL NAVY Kerb, north: BORN SEPTEMBER 16 TH 1824 DIED NOVEMBER 9 TH Cross and kerb. In the 1891 census at Thrub Hill House, Middle Hill, Box (Wilts): Robert G Tufnell, aged 66, widower, Captain Royal Navy retired, born at Springfield (Essex), a daughter and three servants. D.L.47 James Edward Bateman Dashwood ( ) Anne Mildred Dashwood ( ) East: IN FAITH HOPE AND LOVE JAMES EDWARD BATEMAN DASHWOOD DIED FEBRUARY 11 TH 1905 AGED 71 YEARS. I WILL RANSOM THEM FROM THE POWER OF THE GRAVE. I WILL REDEEM THEM FROM DEATH. HOSEA XIII.14. The death of Robert George Tufnell, aged 72, was registered 1895/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Robert George Tuffnell, aged 72, of 16 Kensington, was buried on 12 Nov North: ALSO ANNE MILDRED WIDOW OF JAMES EDWARD BATEMAN DASHWOOD Celtic cross on a tapering plinth and kerb. In the 1891 census at Huntington Court, Huntington (Herefordshire): James Edw Bateman Dashwood, aged 57, retired senior clerk Foreign Office, born at Compton (Berks), wife Anne Mildred, aged 52, born at D-307

117 DIED DECEMBER 31 ST 1923 Dublin, a daughter and two servants. AGED 85 YEARS From the burial register: James Edward Bateman Dashwood, aged 71, of The Grove, Freshford, was buried on 14 Feb D.L.48 Charles Barton ( ) Mary Barton ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF CHARLES BARTON, LATE OF HOLBROOK, WINCANTON, JAN , APRIL AND GOD SHALL WIPE AWAY ALL TEARS FROM THEIR EYES. ALSO IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY BARTON, THIRD DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE, JUNE 1_. 1848, SEPT From the burial register: Anne Mildred Bateman Dashwood, aged 85, of 3 South Parade, Bath, was buried on 4 Jan Headstone surmounted by a cross and kerb. In the 1881 census at Holbrook House, Charlton Musgrove (Som): Charles Barton, aged 61, magistrate, born at Bocking (Essex), wife Dorothea, aged 62, born at... (Mon), children: Katharine, aged 36, born at C Musgrove, Mary, aged 30, born at C Musgrove, Lucy, aged 27, born at C Musgrove, John M, aged 24, student, born at C Musgrove, and Elizabeth, aged 21, born at C Musgrove, and four servants. In the 1901 census at a lodging house at 10 Duke Street, Bath: Charles Barton, aged 83, widower, living on own means, born at Bocking (Essex), and Mary Barton, aged 52, unmarried, living on own means, born at Holbook Charlton. From the burial register: Charles Barton, aged 88, of 13 Pierrepoint (sic) St, Bath, was buried on 30 Apr From the burial register: Mary Barton, aged 61, of 19 Kings Terrace, Southsea, was buried on 11 Sep D-308

118 Row La D.La.21a Margery Jeanne IN LOVING MEMORY OF Grubb ( ) JEANNE GRUBB BORN 14 TH FEBRUARY 1919 DIED 19 TH JUNE 1992 Plaque 18 x18 The birth of Margery J Bland was registered 1919/Q1 Portsmouth, mother s maiden name: Watkins. The marriage of Margarey J Bland to Robert G Grubb was registered 1943/Q1 Portsmouth. D.La.21b Florence Alice Emily Bland ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF FLORENCE BLAND BORN 7 TH JANUARY 1908 DIED 9 TH JUNE 1999 DEVOTED SISTER OF JEANNE The death of Margery Jeanne Grubb, born on 14 Feb 1919, was registered 1992/Jun Bath. From the burial register: Margery Jeanne Grubb, of 24 Minster Way, Bath, died on 19 Jun 1992, was cremated on 29 Jun 1992 and her ashes buried on 7 Jul Plaque 18 x18 The birth of Florence Alice E Bland was registered 1908/Q1 Portsmouth. The death of Florence Alice Emily Bland, born on 7 Jan 1908, was registered 1999/Jun Bath & NE Somerset. D-309

119 D.La.21c Reginald Seymour Dans notre Redwood (1905- cœur 1998) à jamais tu demeures REGINALD REDWOOD Plaque 15 x8 The birth of Reginald Seymour Redwood was registered 1905/Q4 Swindon. The marriage of Reginald S Seymour to Ada J Woods was registered 1931/Q2 Depwade (Norfolk). D.La.21d Ada Joan Redwood ( ) JOAN REDWOOD R I P The death of Reginald Seymour Redwood, born on 19 Oct 1905, was registered 1998/Nov Bath & NE Somerset. D.La.21e Sybil Esther Woods ( ) SYBIL WOODS Plaque 12 x6 The birth of Ada Joan Woods was registered 1909/Q1 Depwade. The death of Ada Joan Redwood, born on 27 Jan 1909, was registered 1993/Aug Bath. PER ARDUA AD ASTRA Plaque 9 x9 The birth of Sybil E Woods was registered 1910/Q3 Depwade. The death of Sybil Esther Woods, born on 1 Jul 1910, was registered 1997/Sep Bath & NE Somerset. D-310

120 D.La.21f Eric Weaver ( ) Phyllis Norah Weaver ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF ERIC WEAVER AND HIS DEVOTED WIFE NORAH Plaque 16 x12 The death of Eric Weaver, born on 20 Aug 1916, was registered 1995/Jun Bath. From the burial register: Frederick Walsingham (Eric) Weaver, aged 78, of 3 Darlington St, Bath, died on 14 Jun 1995, was cremated on 20 Jun 1995 and his ashes buried on 27 Jun Name on a plaque in St John s, Bathwick. D.La.21 Eliza Johnston ( ) John Johnston ( ) To the memory of ELIZA JOHNSTON WHO, ON THE 17 TH JANUARY 1865 AT THE AGE OF 63, CLOSED A LIFE OF MEEK YET STEADFAST PIETY AND SELF DENYING LOVE IN THE CALM ASSURANCE OF THAT REST WHICH REMAINETH TO THE PEOPLE OF GOD THROUGH FAITH IN HER LORD AND SAVIOUR, JESUS CHRIST. LET US LABOUR THEREFORE TO ENTER INTO THAT REST. HEB. IV.II. Also in memory of JOHN JOHNSTONE The death of Phyllis Norah Weaver, born on 26 Jul 1910, was registered 1998/Jul Bath & NE Somerset. From the burial register: Norah Weaver, aged 87, of 27 Gt Pulteney St, died on 4 Jul 1998, was cremated on 13 Jul 1998, and her ashes buried on 6 Aug Headstone with a pointed top and kerb. In the 1851 census at 35 Onslow Square, Kensington, London: John Johnston, aged 48, unmarried, solicitor, born in Jamaica, Eliza Johnston, aged 51, unmarried, sister, fundholder, born in Jamaica, and two servants. In the 1861 census at Barnard Villa, Pulteney Road, Bath: John Johnstone (sic), aged 57, unmarried, solicitor, born in Jamaica, Eliza D-311

121 BROTHER OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED 1 ST APRIL AGED 80. TO THEM WHO BY PATIENT CONTINUANCE IN WELL BEING SEEK FOR GLORY AND HONOUR AND... ETERNAL LIFE.... Johnstone, aged 60, unmarried, fundholder, born in Jamaica, and two servants. From the burial register: Eliza Johnston, aged 63, of 1 Barnard Villas, was buried on 21 Jan In the 1881 census at 9 Park Street, Bath: John Johnston, aged 78, married, fundholder, born in Jamaica. D.La.22 Mary Anne Warden ( ) IN memory of MARY ANNE WARDEN DIED MARCH , AGED 88. LOVING, FAITHFUL AND BELOVED. INASMUCH AS YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO ONE OF THE LEAST OF THESE MY BRETHREN, YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO ME. MATT. XXV.40. BY GRACE ARE YE SAVED THROUGH FAITH AND THAT NOT OF YOURSELVES: IT IS THE GIFT OF GOD. EPH.II.18 From the burial register: John Johnston, aged 80, of 9 Park St, was buried on 7 Apr Headstone with a pointed top and kerb. In the 1881 census at 9 Park Street, Walcot, Bath: Mary Ann Warden, aged 71, unmarried, [living on] dividends, born at St Pancras, London, Sophia W Warden, aged 61, unmarried, sister, [living on] dividends, born at St Pancras, two servants, two visitors and a boarder. In the 1891 census at 9 Park Street, Walcot, Bath: Mary Ann Warden, aged 81, unmarried, born at St Pancras (Middx), two servants, and five lodgers. From the burial order book: Mary Ann Warden, aged 88, of 9 Park St, was buried on 17 Mar D-312

122 In Affectionate Remembrance of ROSA, THE BELOVED WIFE OF Henry Tom Fisher HENRY TOM FISHER ( ) WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MARCH 24 TH 1871, Rebecca Fisher AGED 25 YEARS. ( ) We loved her, oh no... can tell Harry Fisher (1871- How much we loved her and how well 1894) God loved her too. He thought... To take her home with Him to rest. Also of REBECCA, THE BELOVED WIFE OF THOMAS FISHER WHO DIED 20 TH MARCH 1891 AGED 76. Also of HARRY ONLY CHILD OF HENRY TOM FISHER AND ROSA HIS WIFE WHO DIED 20 TH JAN Y 1894 AGED 22. D.La.23 Rosa Fisher ( ) Headstone with a rounded top and kerb. The birth of Henry Tom Fisher was registered 1845/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Wilkins. In the 1851 census at 13 Beaufort Buildings West, Bath: Thomas Fisher, aged 34, assistant paper hanger, born at Bathampton (Som), wife Rebecka, aged 36, born in London, son Henry Tom, aged 6, born at Bath, and a servant. In the 1861 census at 12 Bridge Street, Bath: Thomas Pawsey, aged 56, master butcher, born in London, wife Ann, aged 55, born at Stoney Littleton (Som), children: Edwin, aged 20, butcher, born at Bath, and Rosa, aged 15, born at Bath, a lodger and a servant. The marriage of Henry Tom Fisher to Rosa Pawsey was registered 1870/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Rosa Fisher, aged 25, of 15 Bathwick St, was buried on 30 Mar From the burial order book: Rebecca Fisher, aged 76, of Bridge St, was buried on 23 Mar In the 1891 census at 5 Bridge Street, Bath: Thomas Fisher, aged 74, widower, manager for decorator, born at Bath, Harry Fisher, aged 20, unmarried, grandson, dealer in foreign stamps, born at Bath, and two D-313

123 servants. From the burial order book: Harry Fisher, aged 22, of Bridge St, was buried on 24 Jan From the burial register: Thomas Fisher, aged 77, of Bridge St, was buried on 27 Nov From the National Probate Calendar 1894: FISHER Thomas of 5 Bridge-street Bath gentleman died 24 November 1894 Probate Bristol 21 February to Henry Tom Fisher commission agent Effects 171 5s. 6d. D.La.24 Matilda James ( ) In Affect[ionate] Remem[brance] [of] MAT[ILDA] JAMES BO[RN J]UNE 20 TH 1789, D[IED] JULY 28 TH AND SO HE BRINGETH THEM UNTO THE HAVEN WHERE THEY WOULD BE AT REST. The death of Henry Tom Fisher, aged 61, was registered 1909/Q1 Thanet. (The age does not accord with the year of birth.) Headstone. Delaminated with pieces resting against the headstone. In the 1851 census at 46 Pulteney Street, Bath: Juliana Allison, aged 80, widow, fundholder, born in London, Matilda James, aged 61, unmarried, niece, land holder, born at Esher (Surrey), and two servants. In the 1871 census at 37 Pulteney Street, Bath: Matilda James, aged 81, annuitant, born at Epsom (Surrey). The death of Matilda James, aged 90, was registered 1874/Q3 Bath. From the burial register: Matilda James, aged 85, of 27 Pulteney St, was buried on 31 Jul From the National Probate Calendar 1874: 4 September. The Will with a Codicil of Matilda James formerly of 39 but late of 27 Pulteney-street in the City of Bath Spinster who died 28 July 1874 at 27 Pulteney-street was proved at Bristol by Edward Parry Nisbet of Hollywood Lodge in the Parish of Kensington in the County of Middlesex a Captain and Elder Brother of Trinity House London and D-314

124 D.La.25 Granville Diggle Hill of 3 Laura-place Bath Esquire the Executors. Effects under 1,500. Jane Hambidge ( ) Fanny Hambidge ( ) Maria Hambidge ( ) South: In loving memory of JANE HAMBIDGE WHO DIED APRIL 29 TH 1875 AGED 55 YEARS THEM ALSO WHICH SLEEP IN JESUS WILL GOD BRING WITH HIM North: In loving memory of FANNY HAMBIDGE WHO DIED JULY 25 TH 1889 AGED 52 YEARS Also in loving memory of MARIA HAMBIDGE WHO DIED JAN Y 23 RD 1906 AGED 72 YEARS. PEACE PERFECT PEACE Pitched 4 ways. In the 1871 census at 7 Laura Place, Bath: Jane Hambridge, aged 48, unmarried, lodging house keeper, born at Wotton under Edge (Glos), Maria Hambridge, aged 33, unmarried, sister, lodging house keeper, born at Wotton under Edge, and Fanny Hambridge, aged 30, unmarried, sister, assistant lodging house keeper, born at Wotton under Edge. D.La.26 Frances Ferris ( ) Henry Ferris ( ) The death of Jane Hambidge, aged 55, was registered 1875/Q2 Bath. From the burial order book: Jane Hambridge (sic), aged 55, of 7 Laura Pl, was buried on 5 May The death of Fanny Hambidge, aged 52, was registered 1889/Q3 Bath. No entry found in the burial order book. The death of Maria Hambidge, aged 72, was registered 1906/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Maria Hambidge, aged 72, of 16 Crescent Gdns, Bath, was buried on 27 Jan From the National Probate Calendar 1906: HAMBIDGE Maria of 18 Crescent-gardens Bath spinster died 23 January 1906 Probate London 13 February to Maria Louisa Hambidge spinster and Richard John Hambidge gentleman Effects s. 11d. No memorial found. The marriage of Henry Ferris to Frances Shepard was registered 1852/Q3 Bath. The birth of William Edward Ferris was registered 1857/Q2 Bath, D-315

125 mother s maiden name: Shepard. In the 1861 census as lodgers at 27 Grove Street, Bath: Henry Ferris, aged 41, tailor, born at Bath, wife Frances, aged 37, born at Bath, and William E Ferris, aged 3, born at Bath. In the 1871 census at 27 Grove Street, Bath: Henry Ferris, aged 50, master tailor, born at Bath, wife Frances, aged 46, born at Bath, and son William, aged 14, born at Bath. From the burial register & burial order book: Frances Ferris, aged 53, of 7 Grove St, died on 21 May 1877 and was buried on 27 May D.La.27 Jane Elizabeth Thompson ( ) Mary Charlotte Crichton ( ) Edward Owen Crichton (1825-) IN MEMORY OF JANE ELIZABETH THOMPSON FELL ASLEEP OCTR 11 TH AGED 91. I HAVE WAITED FOR THY SALVATION O LORD. ALSO IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY CHARLOTTE NIECE OF THE ABOVE AND WIDOW OF THE LATE EDWARD OWEN CRICHTON OF EDINBURGH PASSED ON MAY 6 TH From the burial register & burial order book: Henry Ferris, aged 58, of 7 Grove St, died on 2 Jun 1878 and was buried on 2 Jun From the National Probate Calendar 1878: 4 July. Administration (with the Will) of the Personal Estate of Henry Ferris late of 7 Grove-street in the City of Bath Tailor a Widower who died 30 May 1878 at 7 Grovestreet was granted at Bristol to William Edward Ferris of 7 Grovestreet Gentleman the Son and only Next of Kin. Personal Estate under 200. Small headstone. The birth of Mary Charlotte Thompson was registered 1844/Q4 [City of] London. In the 1871 census at 14 Angel Terrace, Bath: Jane E Thompson, aged 84, unmarried, lodger, no occupation, born at Bath. In the 1871 census at 13 Lambeth Terrace, Lambeth: Edward Thompson, aged 80, widower, solicitor, born at Rotherhithe (Surrey), D-316

126 daughter Mary Charlotte, aged 26, unmarried, born at Middle Salters Hall, London, Charlotte W Thompson, aged 76, unmarried, sister, born at Rotherhithe, and three servants. From the burial register: Jane Elizabeth Thompson, aged 91, of 34 Bathwick St, was buried on 16 Oct On 14 Apr 1880 at St John the Evangelist, Notting Hill, London Edward Owen Crichton, aged 55, widower, Royal Navy, of 6 Greenhall Place, Edinburgh, son of George Crichton (dec), Royal Navy, married Mary Charlotte Thompson, aged 35, spinster, of 25 Clarendon Road, daughter of Edward James Thompson (dec), solicitor (registered 1880/Q2 Kensington). In the 1901 census at 1 Rochfort Place, Bath: Mary Charlotte Crichton, aged 56, widow, living on own means, born at St Swithen s, London, a step-daughter and two daughters (born at Edinburgh), and a servant. D.La.28 Sarah Petheram ( ) William Petheram ( ) Jane Petheram ( ) East: South: North: IN LOVING MEMORY OF SARAH WIFE OF WILLIAM PETHERAM DIED 3 RD JAN AGED 52 ALSO WILLIAM PETHERAM DIED 27 TH MAY 1900, AGED 71. ALSO JANE PETHERAM The death of Mary Charlotte Crichton, aged 66, was registered 1911/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Mary Charlotte Crichton, aged 66, of 1 Rochfort Pl, Bath, was buried on 9 May Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1871 census at 1 Upper St Buildings, Trowbridge (Wilts): William Petheram, aged 42, coachman domestic servant, born at Weston-super-Mare (Som), wife Sarah, aged 43, born at Devizes (Wilts), and children: Jane, aged 11, born at Devizes, Louisa, aged 6, D-317

127 THEIR DAUGHTER DIED 4 TH NOV AGED 78 born at Minehead (Som), and Annie K, aged 2, born at Broad (sic) Salterton (Devon). From the burial register: Sarah Petheram, aged 52, of Church St, Widcombe, was buried on 5 Jan In the 1881 census at 9 Church Street, Widcombe, Bath: William Petheram, aged 53, widower, gentleman s coachman, born at Clareham (Som), and daughter Annie Kate, aged 12, born at Budleigh Salterton. From the burial register: William Petheram, aged 71, of Powlett Road, was buried on 31 May In the 1901 census at 44 Pulteney Street, Bath: Jane Petheram, aged 41, unmarried, lodging house keeper own account, born at Bishop Canning (Wilts), Louisa Petheram, aged 36, unmarried, sister, lodging house assistant, born at Alcombe (Som), Annie Kate Petheram, aged 32, unmarried, sister, lodging house assistant, born at Budleigh Salterton (Devon), and two lodgers. D.La.29 Sarah Willis ( ) William Willis ( ) Mary Jane Willis ( ) In Loving Remembrance of SARAH. THE DEARLY LOVED WIFE OF WILLIAM WILLIS WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE APRIL 6 TH AGED 70. MY PRESENCE SHALL GO WITH THEE AND I WILL GIVE THEE REST. EX: XXXIII._4 Also of the above WILLIAM WILLIS WHO FELL ASLEEP JULY 30 TH 1887 IN HIS [8]2 ND YEAR FATHER IN THY GRACIOUS KEEPING LEAVE WE NOW THY SERVANT SLEEPING. From the burial register: Jane Petheram, aged 78, of 20a Powlett Rd, Bath, was buried on 9 Nov Headstone with a pointed top and kerb. The birth of Mary Jane Willis was registered 1839/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Fear. In the 1851 census at 2 Windsor Terrace, Bathwick, Bath: William Willis, aged 46, gardener, born at Langridge (Som), wife Sarah, aged 38,m laundress, born at West Harptree (Som), and children: Emma, D-318

128 Also MARY JANE WILLIS DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE DIED NOV. 19 TH AGED 83. AT REST aged 14, dress maker, born at Walcot, Bath, and Mary, aged 11, born at Walcot, Bath. In the 1871 census at 5 Windsor Cottages, Bathwick, Bath: William Willis, aged 66, gardener, born at Langridge (Som), wife Sarah, aged 57, born at West Harptree (Som), and children: Emma, aged 33, unmarried, dressmaker, born at Bath, and Mary J, aged 30, unmarried, dressmaker, born at Bath. From the burial register: Sarah Willis, aged 70, of Windsor Terrace, was buried on 10 Apr From the burial order book: William Wills, aged 81, of Windsor Terrace, was buried on 3 Aug In the 1891 census at 5 Windsor Terrace, Bathwick, Bath: Mary Jane Willis, aged 51, unmarried, laundress, born at Bath. D.La.30 Alfred Keating ( ) Mary Jane Blenkinsop ( ) From the burial register: Mary Jane Willis, aged 83, of Windsor Terrace, Bathwick Hill, was buried on 22 May (The age is inconsistent with the birth registration.) No memorial found. In the 1861 census at 34 Moscow Road, Paddington: Mary J Blenkinsop, aged 54, Indian officer s widow, born at Sheppey (Kent), and son Edward C, aged 28, Lieut East India Army, born at Aressa, India. In the 1881 census at 34 Daniel Street, Bath: Alfred Keating, aged 64, Lieut Col retired list, born at Bimlimpitarn, India, wife Mary J, aged 50, born in Bengal, children: James A, aged 18, born at Chepstow, and Annie L, aged 14, born at Bath, Mary Jane Blenkinsop, aged 74, widow, mother-in-law, annuitant, born at Mile Town, Isle of Sheppey (Kent), and a servant. From the burial register and burial order book: Alfred Keating, aged 67, of 34 Daniel St, was buried on 12 Dec From the National Probate Calendar 1884: 4 January. The Will of Alfred Keating late of 34 Daniel-street in the City of Bath late Lieutenant-Colonel in the D-319

129 Honourable East India Company s Service who died 8 December 1883 at 34 Daniel-street was proved at Bristol by Mary Timmins Keating of 34 Daniel-street Widow the Relict the sole Executrix. Personal Estate s. 8d. D.La.31 George Daniels ( ) Jane Daniels ( ) In LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF OUR DEAR FATHER GEORGE DANIELS WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE AUGUST 19 TH AGED 75. From the burial register: Mary Jane Blenkinsop, aged 80, of Henrietta St, was buried on 1 Dec HIS END WAS PEACE Also JANE. WIFE OF THE ABOVE WHO FELL ASLEEP DEC R 12 TH 1893 AGED 61. GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. Headstone and kerb. In the 1881 census at 35 Bathwick Street, Bath: George Daniels, aged 66, gardener, born at West Ashton (Wilts), wife Jane, aged 48, dressmaker, born at Beckington (Som), and four children. From the burial order book: George Daniels, aged 74, of 35 Bathwick St, was buried on 24 Aug D.La.32 Charlotte Cecelia Hyde ( ) CHARLOTTE CECELIA HYDE BORN 1 ST JULY 1794 DIED 3 RD SEPTEMBER From the burial order book: Jane Daniels, aged 60, of 35 Bathwick St, was buried on 16 Dec Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1881 census at 30 Henrietta Street, Bath: Charlotte C Hyde, aged 78, unmarried, [living on] dividends & annuity, born at D-320

130 Marylebone (Middx), a companion and a servant. D.La.33 Emily Joyce Bird ( ) Thomas Smith ( ) Elizabeth Smith ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF EMILY JOYCE BIRD WHO DIED NOV. 20 TH AGED 73. ALSO OF THOMAS SMITH HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED FEB. 2 ND 1909 AGED 71. ALSO OF ELIZABETH SMITH FIRST WIFE OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED JULY 10 TH 1890, AGED 56. From the burial order book: Charlotte Cecelia Hyde, aged 95, of 30 Henrietta St, was buried on 10 Sep Medium-sized headstone and kerb. The birth of Janetta Florence Smith was registered 1875/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Young. In the 1881 census at 49 Villa Fields, Bath: Thomas Smith, aged 43, butcher, born at Bath, wife Elizth, aged 45, born at Bridgwater, and children: Wm J, aged 16, apprentice to father, born at Bath, Fred R, aged 13, printer & eng[rave]r, born at Bath, Walter J, aged 11, born at Bath, Elzth E, aged 8, born at Bath, and Jeanetta F, aged 5, born at Bath. From the burial order book: Elizabeth Smith, aged 56, of Villa Fields, was buried on 15 Jul The marriage of Thomas Smith to Emily Joyce Amos at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1891/Q3 Bath. (The birth of Emily Joyce Amos was registered 1870/Q2 Chipping Sodbury.) The birth of Matilda Beatrice Smith was registered 1895/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Amos. In the 1901 census at 49 Villa Fields, Bath: Thomas Smith, aged 60, D-321

131 gardener not domestic, born at Bath, wife Emily J, aged 30, born at Marshfield (Glos), children: Kate A, aged 8, born at Bath, Matilda B, aged 6, born at Bath, Henry A, aged 4, born at Bath, and Rose Alice, aged 2, born at Bath. From the burial register: Thomas Smith, aged 71, of 11 Gloucester St, was buried on 6 Feb The marriage of Emily Joyce Smith/Amos to William Isaac Bird was registered 1910/Q1 Bath. D.La.34 Lucy Sparrow Georgia Meyler ( ) Letitia Hill ( ) South: North: LETITIA HILL BORN JANUARY 27 TH 1824 DIED JULY 3 RD 1915 LUCY SPARROW GEORGIA MEYLER MAY 4 TH 1885 AT REST From the burial register: Emily Joyce Bird, aged 73, of 44 Rockliffe Rd, Bath, was buried on 24 Nov Tomb with pitched sides and a flat top on which is a raised cross. In the 1881 census at 2 Stoneleigh Villas, Bathwick, Bath: Lucy G Mayler, aged 73, married, annuitant, born at Malmesbury (Wilts), Letitia Hill, aged 53, unmarried, sister, annuitant, born at Malmesbury, Lucy Hill, aged 34, unmarried, niece, annuitant, born at Trieste Austria B[ritish] S[ubject], and a servant. (Trieste has been governed at different times by Austria and Italy, and at one time was a free port.) The death of Lucy Sparrow Georgia Meyler, aged 78, was registered 1885/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Lucy Sparrow Georgina Meyler, aged 79, of 2 Stoneleigh Villas, was buried on 8 May In the 1891 census at 6 Pulteney Gardens, Bath: Letitia Hill, aged 57, living on own means, born at Malmesbury (Wilts), Henrietta Hill, aged 39, unmarried, living on own means, born at Trieste, Austria, and two servants. D-322

132 D.La.35 George Sydney Scott ( ) H.S.E. GEORGE SYDNEY SCOTT. ESQ RE OF THE ISLAND OF BARBADOS,... CADOGAN PLACE, LONDON WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MAY 17 TH 1892 From the burial register: Letitia Hill, aged 91, of 6 Pulteney Gdns, was buried on 7 Jul Slab of pink, polished granite with a curved upper surface. In the 1891 census at 48 Cadogan Place, Chelsea, London: George S Scott, aged 70, widower, living on own means, born at Bath, Helen Hunt, aged 30, widow, step-daughter, living on own means, born in London, and five servants. D.La.36 Zachary Brooke Drage ( ) In memory of ZACHARY BROOKE DRAGE LATE OF SHANGHAI, CHINA DIED MAY AGED 54. From the burial order book: George Sydney Scott, aged 75, of London, was buried on 23 May From the National Probate Calendar 1892: Scott George Sidney of 48 Cadogan Place Middlesex of Parkside Edinburgh North Britain and of Barbadoes West Indies esquire died 17 May 1892 at 48 Cadogan Place Probate London 14 June to Percy Dixwell Nowell Dixon Ozenden esquire Albert de Rutzen esquire and Henry Atlee solicitor Effects s. 11d. resworn April s. 9d. D-323

133 Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. The birth of Zachary Brooke Drage was registered 1839/Q1 Ipswich. Baptised on 1 Jan 1839 at Westerfield (Suffolk): Zachary Brooke Drage, son of Charles & Elizabeth Drage, date of birth 26 Dec In the 1841 census at the Rectory, Westerfield (Suffolk): Charles Drage, aged 50, rector of the parish, not born in Suffolk, Elizabeth Drage, aged 35, not born in Suffolk, nine presumed children of which the eighth was Zachary, aged 2, born in Suffolk. The marriage of Zachary Brooke Drage was registered 1874/Q1 Newmarket. Baptised on 22 Dec 1875 at St John the Evangelist, Brownwood Park, Hornsey (Middx): Charles Hubert Drage, son of Zachary Brooke & Ellen Valentia Drage, of 11 Finsbury Park Villas, father s occupation: master mariner. From the burial order book: Zachary Brooke Drage, aged 54, of Batheaston, was buried on 16 May D.La.37 Louisa Joyce Smith (1894) Leonard Joyce Burnell Bird ( ) From the British Medical Journal of 26 Sep 1896 p889 in a list of marriages: YELF-DRAGE.-On September 10 th, at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Bathwick, Bath, by the Rev. G. H. D. Jones, Vicar of Gazeley, and the Rev. Claud C. Parker, Curate of the Parish, Robert E. Burnet Yelf, M.B.. of Bengal House, Moreton-in-Marsh, Glos, to Winifred Ellen (Freda), elder daughter of the late Zachary Brooke Drage, of Shanghai, and Mrs. Drage, 50, Pulteney Street. No memorial found. The birth of Louisa Joyce Smith was registered 1894/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Amos. From the burial order book: Louisa Joyce Smith, aged 18 days, of 40 Villa Fields, was buried on 11 Apr See also D.La.33. The marriage of William Isaac Bird to Emily Joyce Amos was registered 1910/Q1 Bath. D-324

134 The birth of Leonard Joyce Burnell Bird was registered 1911/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Amos. D.La.38 Ariana Maria Sherwill ( ) Helene Mathilde Sherwill ( ) Markham Eeles Sherwill ( ) Sacred to the Memory of ARIANA MARIA ELDEST DAUGHTER OF THE LATE CAPTAIN MARKHAM EELES SHERWILL, OF WINDSOR, SHE ENTERED INTO REST MARCH Also of HELENE MATHILDE, HER SISTER, WHO FELL ASLEEP NOV From the burial register & burial order book: Leonard Joyce Burnell Bird, aged 5, of 13 James' St West, Bath, was buried on 23 Feb Pointed headstone and kerb. In Coburn s New Monthly Magazine p is an article entitled: Narrative of An Excursion To The Summit Of Mont Blanc. By Dr. Edmund Clark, and Captain Markham Sherwill. August 26 th, In Museum Of Foreign Literature And Science, Volume 10 p reproduced from the New Monthly Magazine has on p404: Copy of the Certificate. Nous Simon Coutet guide chef présidant la compagnie des Guides établie à Chamouni, province de Faucigny, division de Savoie, Royaume de Sardaigne, certifions, et attestons à qui il appartiendra, avoir vu nous-mèmes des notre bureau siégeant au chef lieu de Chamouni, au moyen de lunettes de longue vue, le vingt six août courant à trois heures dix minutes de I après-midi, arriver à la premiere sommité du Mont Blanc, Messieurs le Docteur Edmund J. Clark de Londres, et le Capitaine Markham Sherwill de Fontainebleau, accompagnés de sept guides, dont le retour trèsheureux a eu lieu le lendemain dans l après-midi, au désir de la multitude qui les a vus arriver. En foi de quoi, Chamouni le 29 août, Signed, Le Guide-chef, Simon Coutet, Le Syndic, W. Darvies. D-325

135 A Brief historical sketch of the valley of Chamouni, commencing with the foundation of the priory in 1090, drawn up from original documents, and now first put into chronological order, by Markham Sherwill Lettres du Mont-Blanc : Récit d une ascension du sommet les 25, 26 et 27 août 1825, Markham Sherwill (Guérin, 2006) Modern Antiquity by Charles Caleb Colton, published posthumously in 1835 by his friend of twenty years standing, Markham Sherwill. From the National Probate Calendar 1866: 27 June. Letters of Administration (with the Will annexed) of the Personal estate and effects of Markham Eeles Sherwill late of Kirby Lonsale in the County of Westmoreland Esquire a Major-General on the Retried List of the late Honourable East India Company deceased who died 25 September 1865 at Kirby Lonsdale aforesaid were granted at the Principal Registry to Sarah Jane Sherwill of Cleeve House Yatton in the County of Somerset Widow the Relict the Universal Legatee named in the said Will she having been first sworn. Effects under 200 Resworn September 1876, Under 800. In the 1891 census at a lodging house at 3 North Parade, Bath: Ariana Sherwill, aged 70, unmarried, living on own means, born at Windsor (Berks), and Hélène Sherwill, aged 60, unmarried, sister, born in France. The death of Ariana Maria Sherwill, aged 85, was registered 1897/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Ariana Maria Sherwill, aged 85, o 27 Pulteney St, was buried on 5 Mar In the 1901 census at a lodging house at 27 Pulteney Street: Helene Sherwill, aged 70, unmarried, boarder, living on own means, born in Normandy (British Subject). D.La.39 Elizabeth Oldaker Woodward (1813- The death of Helene Mathilde Sherwill, aged 82, was registered 1902/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Helene Mathilde Sherwill, aged 82, of Devaido Villa, Larkhall, was buried on 29 Nov No memorial found. In the 1891 census at 23 Daniel Street, Bath: Elizabeth Woodward, D-326

136 1897) aged 77, widow, living on own means, born at Bristol, and son Francis H, aged 37, unmarried, registered & qualified dental surgeon, born at Worcester. D.La.40 D.La.41 Jeremias Benedictus Auret ( ) Eliza Whitehead ( ) The death of Elizabeth Oldaker Woodward, aged 83, was registered 1897/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Elizabeth Oldaker Woodward, aged 83, of 12 Daniel St, was buried on 20 Mar From the National Probate Calendar 1897: WOODWARD Elizabeth Oldaker of 12 Daniel-street Bath widow died 16 March 1897 Probate Bristol 24 May to Francis Herbert Woodward dentist Effects s. No memorial found. From and also at Marcella Susan [Devenish born] 11 Apr 1823 near Bedford, died 30 Dec Married to Jeremias Benedictus Auret on 7 Sept 1846 at Beaufort West. He was born 14 Nov 1821 at Cape Town and died abt 1900 at Victoria West. The death of Jeremias Benedictus Auret, aged 77, was registered 1899/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Jeremias Benedictus Auret, aged 77, of 2 Laura Place, was buried on 18 Mar Small headstone. Completely delaminated. The death of Eliza Whitehead, aged 59, was registered 1899/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Eliza Whitehead, aged 59, of 59 Pulteney St, was buried on 1 Feb D-327

137 D.La.42 Edward William East: Fenwick (1826- TO DIE IS GAIN 1894) Frances Ursula Fenwick ( ) Antonia Rafela Boothby ( ) In loving memory of EDWARD WILLIAM FENWICK LATE RECTOR OF BRADFORD ON AVON & SALTFORD SOMERSET FORMERLY OF THE 23 RD ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS ENTERED INTO REST JUNE HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED SLEEP BLESSED BE THE LORD THAT HATH GIVEN REST Cross on 3 plinths and kerb in grey, polished granite. Double-width plot. The marriage of Edward William Fenwick to Frances Ursula Adams was registered 1870/Q2 Guildford. North: West: Also of ANTONIA RAFELA BOOTHBY... BORN AT HAWKESBURY SEP DIED AT BATH MAY In Loving Memory of FRANCES... FENWICK WIFE OF THE REV D E. W. FENWICK WHO DIED APRIL In the 1891 census at Heddon (by Oxford Terrace), Lyncombe & Widcombe, Bath: Edward W Fenwick, aged 64, clerk in holy orders, born at Northfield (Worcs), wife Franc[e]s U, aged 43, born at Wimbledon (Surrey), daughter Evelyn W, aged 13, born at Bridford (Devon), and four servants. From the burial order book: William Edward Fenwick, aged 67, of 5 Camden Crescent, was buried on 20 Jun From the burial register: Frances Ursula Fenwick, aged 57, of 5 Camden Crescent, was buried on 20 Apr The marriage of Eleanor Jane Fenwick to William Henry Boothby was registered 1851/Q3 Burton upon Trent. The birth of Antonia Rafaela Boothby was registered 1854/Q4 Chipping Sodbury. In the 1861 census at the Vicarage, Hawkesbury (Glos): William H Boothby, aged 37, vicar of Hawkesbury, born at Sutterton (Lincs), wife Eleanor J, aged 40, born at Northfield (Worcs), children: Antonia R, aged 6, born at Hawkesbury, Edith S H, aged 5, born at Tenby (Pembs), and Eleanor M, aged 3, born at Weston-super-Mare, and three servants. In the 1901 census as boarders at 11 West Mall, Clifton: Eleanor Boothby, aged 81, widow, [living on] own means, born at Northfield (Worcs), and Antonia Boothby, aged 46, unmarried, born at North D-328

138 Perrott (Som). D.La.44 Hilda Elizabeth Osborne ( ) Elizabeth Brock Osborne ( ) Alice Maud Marquiss ( ) East: North: In Loving Memory of HILDA ELIZABETH OSBORNE WHO DIED AUGUST 29 TH 1901 AGED 6 YEARS THY WILL BE DONE. IN LOVING MEMORY OF ELIZABETH BROCK OSBORNE ENTERED INTO REST JUNE 17 TH 1920 AGED 61 YEARS THE SOULS OF THE RIGHTEOUS ARE IN THE HAND OF GOD. From the burial register: Antonia Rafela Boothby, aged 80, of 16 Bennett St, Bath, was buried on 23 May Cross on 3 plinths. The cross has a carving of a dove of peace on it. The birth of Elizabeth Brock Membery was registered 1859/Q1 Greenwich. The marriage of Elizabeth Brock Membery to William Frank Marquiss at St Michael s, Broad Street, Bath was registered 1881/Q3 Bath. West: ALSO OF ALICE MAUD MARQUISS DIED 26 TH SEPTEMBER 1968 AGED 94. The birth of Alice Maude Marquiss was registered 1882/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Membery. The death of William Frank Marquiss, aged 25, was registered 1883/Q1 Bath. The marriage of Elizabeth Brock Marquis/Membery to Charles Alfred Cavill at St John the Baptist, Bathwick was registered 1886/Q3 Bath. The death of Charles Alfred Cavill, aged 23, was registered 1886/Q3 Bath. The marriage of Elizabeth Brock Cavill/Membery to Henry Thomas Osborne at Holy Trinity, Monmouth Place, Bath was registered 1888/Q1 Bath. D-329

139 The birth of Hilda Elizabeth Osborne was registered 1895/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Membery. In the 1901 census at the Castle Inn, Forester Avenue, Bath: Henry T Osborne, aged 43, licensed victualler, born at Bath, wife Elizabeth B, aged 52, born at Greenwich (Kent), Alice M Marquiss, aged 18, unmarried, student, step-daughter, born at Bath, Hilda E Osborne, aged 5, daughter, born at Bath, and two servants. From the burial register: Hilda Elizabeth Osborne, aged 6, of Forrester Road, was buried on 2 Sep From the burial register: Elizabeth Brock Osborne, aged 61, of 7 Cleveland Pl E, Bath, was buried on 19 Jun D.La.45 Samuel Beddome Charlesworth ( ) Beneath REST THE REMAINS OF THE REV. SAMUEL CHARLESWORTH LATE RECTOR OF ST ANNE LIMEHOUSE, FOR 12 YEARS AND PREVIOUSLY RECTOR OF LIMPSFIELD, SURREY, FOR 14 YEARS BORN AT IPSWICH, 9 TH JULY 1817 DIED AT BATH, 11 TH AUGUST 1897 I HEARD THE VOICE OF JESUS SAY, COME UNTO ME AND REST, LAY DOWN THY WEARY ONE, LAY DOWN THY HEAD UPON MY BREAST I CAME TO JESUS AS I WAS WEARY AND WORN AND SAD, I FOUND IN HIM A RESTING PLACE, AND HE HAS MADE ME GLAD. The death of Alice M Marquiss, aged 86, was registered 1968/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Alice Maude Marquiss, aged 86, of St Martins Hospital, Bath, was buried on 3 Oct The age of 94 on the MI has been verified. Pointed headstone and kerb. The marriage of Samuel Beddome Charlesworth to Maria Amelia Beddome was registered 1857/Q4 Handsworth. In the 1861 census at the Rectory, Limpsfield (Surrey): Samuel Charlesworth, aged 43, married, rector of Limpsfield, born at Ipswich (Suffolk), and two visitors. The National Archives Cause number: 1864 D65. Plaintiffs: John Darvill and Sarah Darvill his wife. Defendants: Elizabeth Anderson, D-330

140 Charles Anderson, John Anderson, George Anderson, Revd William George Faulkner Jenkyn, Osborne Augustus Jenkyn, Alfred Godwin, Robert Crook Walford and Revd Samuel Beddome Charlesworth. In the 1881 census at St Anne s Rectory, Limehouse, London: Samuel B Charlesworth, aged 63, married, rector of Limehouse, born at Ipswich (Suffolk), and two servants. Memorials of a blessed life, a record of the work of M.A. Charlesworth by Samuel Beddome Charlesworth and Mary Amelia Charlesworth, Memorials of a blessed life: a brief record of the work of Mrs. Maria Amelia Charlesworth in the parishes of Limpsfield & Limehouse (Seeley, Jackson, & Halliday, 1882). Women s History Review Vol 16 Issue 5, Nov 2007 has an article by Midori Yamaguchi entitled The Religious Rebellion of a Clergyman s Daughter. The abstract is: In the 1880s, a struggle between a teenage girl and her father attracted public attention. Maud Charlesworth, a daughter of an Anglican clergyman, became involved in the Salvation Army against her father s wish, and eventually married a son of General William Booth. It was one of those subtle, day-to-day resistances which occur within a family, at the same time being a battle between the two religious family enterprises. The contest was over ideas on gender, class, age, and the way to salvation, all of which the Rev. Charlesworth, as a clergyman as well as a father, had imparted to Maud. In this sense, a Victorian parsonage might be considered an excellent example of the gender/power structures that shaped middle-class relationships. This article analyses the various discourses that Maud, her father, her mother, her sisters, the Salvation Army, and the Church of England utilised, in order to explore the complexity of family dynamics and the interface between gender, class and religion in the negotiation of family roles and identities. From the forms of rhetoric that she used, it will also reconsider the issue of separate spheres. D-331

141 From General Evangeline Booth of the Salvation Army (1948): The Rector of St. Anne s, Limehouse, was the Reverend Samuel Beddome Charlesworth. His kith and kin were literary as well as religious, and one of them, Maria Louise Charlesworth, wrote the widely read story Ministering Children. An aunt, Mrs. Barclay, was author of a book called The Rosary, to be distinguished, of course, from the song so named. Mr. Charlesworth had a daughter Maud who, with his consent, accompanied Kate, the Marechale, to Paris. The trip was on the clear understanding with the father that she was to be in no way associated with the Army as a Salvationist. Unspeakable, therefore, was Charlesworth s horror when he learned that his young and delicate child had been selling En Avant, the French War Cry, in front of the Opera House, and had been ogled and quizzed in the street by the Parisians. He wrote a pamphlet on the subject for private circulation. With Ballington Booth, his personal charm, his gifts as an evangelist, his kindliness and sincerity, Maud Charlesworth was fascinated, and her love was returned in full measure. In writing to the Rector, William Booth made no secret of the situation between the young people or of his respect for the girl. Firmly the General stood for her right to join the Army and marry his son. On his side Charlesworth was no less candid. A Booth was not good enough for a Charlesworth that was the long and short of it. Enough that Maud overruled the parental veto, and once more a wedding in the Army was a triumph for the uplifted Flag. The date was September 16, 1886 and the price of admission was raised to half a crown. Beaming with delight, William Booth evoked thunders of laughter by leading Maud onto the platform, kissing her and declaring, This is my bride. Within a few months Ballington and Maud found themselves in New York, charged with responsibility for the Army in the United States. The death of Samuel Beddome Charlesworth, aged 80, was registered 1897/Q3 Bath. From the burial order book: Samuel Biddone Charlesworth, aged 80, of 16 Sydney Bdgs, was buried on 14 Aug D-332

142 D.La.46 Mary Rudston Swayne ( ) Joseph Quicke Swayne ( ) IN SACRED AND LOVING MEMORY OF MARY RUDSTON WIFE OF JOSEPH QUICKE SWAYNE WHO DIED AT BATH 16 TH NOV R 1895, AGED 49 YEARS. NEARER MY GOD TO THEE. Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. The marriage of Joseph Quicke Swayne to Mary Rudston Mallard was registered 1886/Q4 Kensington. In the 1891 census as boarders at 76 Mouth Road, Brighton: Joseph Quicke Swayne, aged 44, living on own means, born at Clifton, and wife Mary Risdon Swayne, aged 42, living on own means, born at Meerut, India. From the burial order book: Mary Rudston Swayne, aged 49, of 77 Pulteney St, was buried on 19 Nov The marriage of Joseph Quicke Swayne was registered 1896/Q4 Chippenham. The marriage of Joseph Quicke Swayne was registered 1907/Q4 Kensington. D.La.47 Frances Maria Caroline Wemyss- Whitaker ( ) Edmund Juxon Wemyss-Whittaker ( ) IN Loving Memory of FRANCES MARIA CAROLINE (FANTY) WEMYSS-WHITTAKER who died at The Roost, Widcombe Jan. 12 th 1918; aged 77. THE GREATEST OF ALL IS LOVE. Also of The death of Joseph Q Swayne, aged 64, was registered 1913/Q1 Ringwood. From the grant of probate, he died on 19 Feb D-333

143 EDMUND JUXON WEMYSS-WHITTAKER husband of the above born Aug. 6 th 1837, died Dec. 9 th 1929 Aged 92. THERE ARE THEY WHICH HAVE WASHED THEIR ROBES AND MADE THEM WHITE WITH THE BLOOD OF THE LAMB. REV. VII.14. Headstone in the form usually surmounted by a cross (but the cross not in evidence). There is also a separate cross, which is too big for the headstone, which has carvings of ivy on it. The cross is broken and part of it is under an ant hill. In the 1881 census at Falfield, Thornbury (Glos): Edmund J Whittaker, aged 43, born at Vicarage Blackburn (Lancs), wife Frances M C, aged 40, baroness s daughter, born at Combe House, Fife NB, daughter Blanche M, aged 17, born at Accrington (Lancs), a niece, a boarder and five servants. In the 1891 census at 1 Widcombe Crescent, Bath: Edmund J Wemyss- Whittaker, aged 53, vicar of S. Marks Bath, born at Blackburn (Lancs), wife Frances Maria Caroline, aged 51, born at Cambo House, Fife, Caroline Venables Vernon, aged 67, widow, the Honourable, born at Blithfield Hall, Stafford, and four servants. According to the burial index Caroline Venables Vernon ( ) is buried at D.La.47 but the burial order book has the location as D.L.47. From the burial register: Caroline Venables Vernon, aged 70, of 1 Widcombe Crescent, was buried on 21 Jul From the National Probate Calendar 1894: VERNON the honourable Caroline Venables of 1 Widcombe-crescent Bath widow died 17 July 1894 Probate London 1 August to the reverend Edmund Juxon Wemyss-Whittaker clerk Effects s. 8d. In the 1901 census at 14 Widcombe Crescent, Bath: Edmund J Wemyss-Whittaker, aged 63, clergyman (Church of England), born at Blackburn (Lancs), wife Frances M C, aged 61, born in Scotland, a grand-daughter and four servants. The death of Frances M C Wemyss-Whittaker, aged 77, was registered 1918/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Frances Maria Caroline Wemyss-Whitaker, aged 77, of The Roost, 11 Church St, Widcombe, was buried on 16 Jan The death of Edmund J Wemyss-Whitaker, aged 92, was registered 1929/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Edmund Juxon Wemyss- Whittaker, aged 92, of Fiesole, Bathwick Hill, Bath, was buried on 11 Dec D-334

144 From Alumni Oxonienses: Whittaker, Edmund Juxon, 5s. John William, of Blackburn, Lancashire, D.D. ST MARY HALL, matric. 5 NOV., 1869, aged 32. The British-Israel-World Federation- Patron: The Rt Hon The Viscount Allenby of Megiddo, was founded in Supported by many prominent people over the past nine decades this movement has been giving sound instruction on prophecy and related matters to the promotion of Christian-Israel teaching among the Covenant People in their great company of nations (Genesis 35:11). It has as its objective to protect [Kingdom Identity Groups] from individuals and subversive organizations trying to put an end to our Christian Constitution and Divine destiny, that of leading the nations in peace. In its online history it has Among Church representatives in the Federation were well-known clerics such as The Rt. Rev. Bishop Vaughan DD, The Rev. Dr. Wm. Pascoe Goard LLD, FRGS, FRES, The Rev. A.B. Grimaldi MA, The Rev. Arthur Pritchard MA, The Rev. E J Wemyss Whittaker MA and The Rev. Dinsdale T. Young DD. The following entry appears in the Post Office Bath Directory 1912: Bath Anglo-Israel Association. For spreading the knowledge of our identity with the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel. President Rev. E. J. Wemyss-Whittaker. Hon. Secretary. John H. Floor. D-335

145 Row M D.M.20 Mary Kathleen Fox ( ) D.M.21a Ailsa Russell ( ) IN MEMORY OF AILSA RUSSELL BORN 30. JAN DIED 3. NOV No memorial found. From the burial register & burial order book: Mary Kathleen Fox, aged 95, of Ormond Lodge, Weston Rd, Bath, died on 14 Nov 1957 and was buried on 16 Nov D.M.21b Douglas Edwin Winkworth ( ) Catherine Megan Winkworth ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR DAD AND MUM FROM THREE GRATEFUL SONS DOUGLAS EDWIN WINKWORTH WHO DIED AGED 70 ON CATHERINE MEGAN WINKWORTH WHO DIED AGED 84 ON WE ALL STILL MISS YOU Plaque 12 x8. The death of Ailsa Russell, born on 31 Jan 1914, was registered 1989/Nov Bath. Plaque 18 x14. The birth of Douglas E Winkworth was registered 1919/Q3 Marylebone. The marriage of Douglas E Winkworth to Catherine M Jones was registered 1941/Q4 Newtown. D.M.21c Leslie Herbert Sambourne ( ) Thea Sambourne ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF A DEAR HUSBAND AND FATHER LESLIE SAMBOURNE FEB AND HIS BELOVED WIFE THEA OCT The death of Douglas Edwin Winkworth, born on 15 Jun 1919, was registered 1990/Mar Hove. The death of Catherine Megan Winkworth, born on 25 May 1917, was registered 2002/Apr Brighton. Plaque 14 x10. D-336

146 The birth of Ethel Doris May Dibble was registered 1909/Q2 Keynsham, mother s maiden name: Partridge. The birth of Leslie H Sambourne was registered 1912/Q1 Keynsham, mother s maiden name: Thomas. The marriage of Leslie H Sambourne to Ethel D M Dibble was registered 1936/Q3 Bristol. In the Post Office Directory 1980: Sambourne Leslie H, 4 St Anns Wy, Bathwick Hl. D.M.21d Rosa Julia Ost ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF ROSA JULIA OST 28 JANUARY MARCH 2004 The death of Leslie Herbert Sambourne, born on 24 Feb 1912, was registered 1992/Feb Bath. The death of Thea Sambourne, born on 24 Apr 1909, was registered 1997/Nov Trowbridge. Grey plaque 16 x12. The birth of Rosa Julia Hoysted was registered 1909/Q1 W Derby. The marriage of Rosa J Hoysted to John D Ost was registered 1935/Q3 Chester. D.M.21 Paul Briscoe ( ) South: Sacred TO THE MEMORY OF PAUL BRISCOE ESQ RE A GOVERNOR OF CHRIST S HOSPITAL AND SEVERAL OF THE METROPOLITAN CHARITIES WHO DIED IN THIS PARISH DECEMBER 12 TH 1858 AGED 69. The death of John Dudley Ost, born on 21 May 1909, was registered 1977/Q2 Chippenham. The death of Rosa Julia Ost, born on 28 Jan 1909, was registered 2004/Mar Bath & NE Somerset. D-337

147 Pitched 4 ways. Baptised on 8 Nov 1789 at St Michael s Bath: Paul Briscoe, son of Griffith & Susanna Briscoe [IGI]. Will of Griffith Briscoe, Hosier and Haberdasher of Bath, Somerset, date 5 Feb 1795, PROB 11/1255. In the 1841 census at Darlington Place Bath: Thomas Briscoe, aged 60, independent, born in Somerset, Frances Briscoe, aged 50, not born in Somerset, five presumed children, Paul Briscoe, aged 50, born in Somerset, and two servants. In the 1851 census at 6 York Place, Newington (Surrey): Paul Briscoe, aged 62, unmarried, fundholder, born at Bath. D.M.22 Anne Smyth ( ) Harry Smyth (-1854) Edmund Knox ( ) Sacred to the Memory of ANNE DAUGHTER OF THE LATE HON BLE EDMOND KNOX LORD BISHOP OF LIMERICK AND RELICT OF THE LATE HARRY SMYTH. LIEU T COLONEL OF THE 68 TH REG T OF LIGHT INFANTRY WHO FELL AT THE BATTLE OF INKERMAN IN THE CRIMEA SHE DIED AT BATH ON THE 28 DAY OF APRIL 1859 AGED 47 YEARS WHEN CHRIST WHO IS OUR LIFE SHALL APPEAR THEN SHALL YE ALSO APPEAR WITH HIM IN GLORY COL. III CH. 4. V. The death of Paul Briscoe, aged 69, was registered 1858 Bath. From the burial register: Paul Briscoe, aged 69, of 1 Vane St, was buried on 17 Nov Slab. From Genealogical Memoirs of John Knox and of The Family of Knox by The Rev. Charles Rogers, LL.D. (Edinburgh: 1879): Edmund Knox, D.D., seventh son of Thomas Knox, Viscount Northland, entered the Church. Dean of Down in 1817, he was, in 1831, consecrated Bishop of Killaloe ; and in 1834 was preferred to the see of Limerick. He died in Bishop Edmund Knox married, in 1796, Anna Charlotte, daughter of Sir Thomas Hesketh, Bart., and by her (who died in 1837), had two sons and four daughters. The eldest son, Edmund Dalrymple, Archdeacon of Killaloe, was born in Ann, fourth daughter, married, 1832, Colonel Henry Smith, who was killed at Inkerman; she died in (The Battle of Inkerman occurred on 5 Nov 1854.) D-338

148 From the burial register: Anne Smyth, aged 47, of Henrietta St, was buried on 4 May D.M.23 Maria Smith ( ) Thomas Ferguson In Memory of MARIA SMITH A FAITHFUL & MUCH RESPECTED SERVANT FOR MORE THAN FORTY YEARS IN THE FAMILY OF THE LATE THOMAS FERGUSON ESQ RE OF GREENVILLE COUNTY DOWN IRELAND SHE DIED 6 TH JUNE 1869 AGED 76 YEARS. WELL DONE GOOD AND FAITHFUL SERVANT... THOU INTO TO THE JOY OF THY LORD. Slab. In the 1851 census at 36 Brock Street, Bath: Thomas Ferguson, aged 55, proprietor of lands houses & funds, born in Ireland, wife Emma, aged 48, born at Leeds, seven daughters, a governess, Maria Smith, aged 57, widow, lady s maid, born at Harewood (Yorks), and five other servants. D.M.24 D.M.25 Ann Gingell ( ) Ann Gingell ( ) From the burial register: Maria Smith, aged 76, of Bathwick Hill, was buried on 11 Jun No memorial found. In the index but not in the burial register or burial order book: Elizabeth Bates was buried in There is no age that might allow identification of the individual. No memorial found. In the 1871 census at 9 Bathwick Street, Bath: Ann Gingell, aged 83, widow, born at Corsham (Wilts), daughter Ann, aged 58, unmarried, grocer, born at Bath, and a servant. From the burial register & burial order book: Ann Gingell, aged 86, of 9 Bathwick St, died on 16 Nov 1873 and was buried on 20 Nov D.M.26 Eliza Loveless ( ) From the burial register & burial order book: Ann Gingell, aged 65, of 18 Bathwick St, died on 13 Apr 1878 and was buried on 16 Apr Tree. No memorial found. In the 1871 census at 26 Grove Street, Bath: William Loveless, aged 48, master cabinet maker, born at Bath, wife Eliza, aged 52, born at D-339

149 Preston (Som), children: Elizabeth, aged 19, upholstress, born at Bath, and William H, aged 13, born at Bath, and a visitor. D.M.27 Thomas Abrahams ( ) James Abrahams ( ) Mary Ann Mills ( ) John Mills ( ) Sacred to the memory of THOMAS ABRAHAMS, WHO DIED JUNE 15 TH 1876, AGED 63 YEARS. Also JAMES ABRAHAMS, BROTHER OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED JULY 18 TH 1885, AGED 75 YEARS. Also MARY ANN MILLS, WIDOW OF THE ABOVE JAMES ABRAHAMS, AND WIFE OF JOHN MILLS, WHO DIED MAY 22 ND 1890, AGED 73 YEARS. Also JOHN MILLS, WHO DIED FEB Y 14 TH 1912, AGED 87 YEARS. From the burial register & burial order book: Eliza Loveless, aged 52, of 26 Grove St, was buried on 24 May Headstone and kerb. In the 1871 census at 2 Darlington Wharf, Bath: Thomas Abrahams, aged 58, labourer, born at Bath, and wife Ann, aged 53, laundress, born at Combe Hay (Som). In the 1871 census at 18 Claverton Buildings, Widcombe, Bath: James Abrahams, aged 59, publican, born at Radstock (Som), and wife Mary Ann, aged 56, born in London. The death of Thomas Abraham (sic), aged 57, was registered 1876/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Thomas Abrahams, aged 57, of Old Darlington Wharf, was buried on 25 Jun The age of 63 on the MI has been verified. From the burial register: James Abrahams, aged 75, of Trafalgar House, was buried on 24 Jul The marriage of John Mills to Mary Ann Harris/Abrahams at St Michael s, Twerton was registered 1886/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Mary Ann Mills, aged 73, of Trafalgar Place, was buried on 27 May In the 1891 census at 4 Sydenham Terrace, Bath: John Mills, aged 67, widower, gardener, born at Bath, and a boarder. D-340

150 The marriage of John Mills to Eliza Green/Watts at St Michael s, Twerton was registered 1891/Q3 Bath. In the 1901 census at 4 Sydenham Terrace, Bath: John Mills, aged 74, master gardener, born at Bath, and wife Eliza, aged 77, born at Midsomer Norton (Som), and a niece. D.M.28 William Burbage Saxty ( ) Alice Anna Saxty ( ) In Loving Memory of WILLIAM BURBAGE SAXTY, WHO DIED OCTOBER 8 TH AGED 67. Also of ALICE ANNA SAXTY, DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE NAMED WHO DIED JUNE 20 TH From the burial register: John Mills, aged 87, of 49 Lower Bristol Rd, was buried on 10 Feb (The date of 14 Feb on the memorial has been verified.) From the National Probate Calendar 1912: MILLS John of 49 Lower Bristol-road Bath gardener died 4 February 1912 Probate Bristol 3 April to Frederick Charles Mills photographer and Ferdinand Edward Roberts accountant. Effects s. HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED SLEEP. Headstone with a pointed top and kerb. The marriage of William Saxty was registered 1844/Q2 Melksham. In the 1851 census at Bearfield, Bradford (Wilts): Martha Say, aged 30, married, annuitant, born at Trowbridge, and two children. The marriage of William Saxty to Martha Say was registered 1858/Q4 Bradford W. The marriage of Alice Anna Saxty to Henry Saxty at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1863/Q1 Bath. D-341

151 In the 1871 census at the Pulteney Arms, 37 Daniel Street, Bath: William Saxty, aged 48, licensed victualler, born at Trowbridge (Wilts), wife Martha, aged 49, born at Trowbridge, Emily Honeybone, aged 23, married, daughter, born at Bradford (Wilts), Henry Saxty, aged 25, son, born at Trowbridge, a servant and two lodgers. From the burial register & burial order book: Martha Saxty, aged 54, of 37 Daniel St, died on 24 Sep 1877 and was buried on 30 Sep In the 1881 census at 37 Daniel Street, Bath: William B Saxty, aged 56, licensed victualler Pulteney Arms, born at Trowbridge (Wilts), wife Louisa A, aged 22, born at Trowbridge, and children: Henry, aged 35, barman, born at Trowbridge, and William Thos, aged 1 month, born at Bath. The death of William Burbage Saxty, aged 69, was registered 1890/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: William Burbage Saxty, aged 69, of 37 Daniel St, was buried on 14 Oct From the National Probate Calendar 1890: 27 October. The Will of William Burbage Saxty late of the Pulteney Arms in the City of Bath Licensed Victualler who died 8 October 1890 at the Pulteney Arms was proved at Bristol by Alice Anna Saxty (Wife of Henry Saxty) of the Pulteney Arms the Daughter the sole Executrix. Personal Estate s. 8d. The age of 67 on the MI has been verified. In the 1901 census at 37 Daniel Street, Bath: Alice Ann Saxty, aged 53, widow, licensed victualler own account, born at Trowbridge (Wilts), and children: Gertrude Mary, aged 26, licensed victualler assistant, born in London, and Robert, aged 14, born in London. D.M.29 William Adolphus Rolfe ( ) From the burial register: Alice Anna Saxty, aged 64, of 37 Daniel St, was buried on 25 Jun No memorial found. In the 1881 census at 3 Edward Street, Bath: Wm A Rolfe, aged 48, practical chemist, born at Ellisford (Hants), wife Mary A M, aged 40, born at Bath, four children and a servant. The death of William Adolphus Rolfe, aged 53, was registered 1885/Q4 Bath. From the burial register & burial order book: William Adolphus Rolfe, aged 53, of 3 Edward St, was buried on 10 Dec From the National Probate Calendar 1886: 8 January. Administration D-342

152 D.M.30 of the Personal Estate of William Adolphus Rolfe late of 3 Edwardstreet in the City of Bath Chemist who died 5 December 1885 at 3 Edward-street was granted at Bristol to Mary Ann Matilda Rolfe of 3 Edward-street Widow the Relict. Personal Estate 490 4s. 4d. Charles Wilkins ( ) Emma Wilkins ( ) D.M.31 Anne Barrow ( ) Selina Barrow ( ) IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF CHARLES WILKINS, WHO FELL ASLEEP IN JESUS DEC R 31 ST AGED 47 YEARS. BE THOU FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH AND I WILL GIVE THEE A CROWN OF LIFE. REV IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF EMMA WILKINS WIDOW OF THE LATE CHARLES WILKINS DIED APRIL 20 TH AGED 77. FEAR THOU NOT FOR I AM WITH THEE. BE NOT DISMAYED, FOR I AM THY GOD: I WILL STRENGTHEN THEE. ISA... Headstone with a rounded top and kerb. From the burial register: Charles Wilkins, aged 47, of Windsor Terrace, was buried on 3 Jan In the 1901 census at 6 Windsor Terrace, Bath: Emma Wilkins, aged 64, widow, dressmaker, born at Bath. From the burial register: Emma Wilkins, aged 77, of 5 Windsor Tce, Bathwick Hill, was buried on 23 Apr From the National Probate Calendar 1914: WILKINS Emma of 6 Windsor-terrace Bathwick Hill Bath widow died 20 April 1914 Probate London 29 May to May Jane Willis spinster. Effects s. 10d. No memorial found. The marriage of John William Barrow to Selina Rodford at St Michael s, Monkton Combe was registered 1886/Q2 Bath. The death of Anne Barrow, aged 33, was registered 1889/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Annie Barrow, aged 33, of Windsor Terrace, was buried on 14 Feb In the 1891 census at 3 Brewery Yard, Monkton Combe: John Barrow, aged 34, rural postman, born at Monkton Combe, wife Selina, aged D-343

153 30, born at Walcot, Bath, and children: Florence S, aged 4, born at Monkton Combe, and Henry G, aged 2, born at Monkton Combe. The death of John Barrow, aged 40, was registered 1897/Q2 Bath. In the 1911 census at 9 Queens [Terrace], Widcombe, Bath: Selina Barrow, aged 49, widow, charwoman, born at Monkton Combe, and daughter Dorothy, aged 15, corset trimmer, born at Monkton Combe. D.M.32 Amelia Holbrook ( ) Thomas Barrow ( ) Ellen Amelia Barrow ( ) From the burial register & burial order book: Selina Barrow, aged 61, of 25 Grove St, Bath, was buried on 2 Feb No memorial found. The marriage of Thomas Barrow to Sarah Holbrook was registered 1866/Q4 Bath. The birth of Emily Barrow was registered 1868/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Holbrook. In the 1881 census at 42 Villa Fields, Bath: James Holbrook, aged 57, carter, born at Publow, Bristol, and wife Amelia, aged 53, born at Monkton Combe. From the burial register & burial order book: Amelia Holbrook, aged 62, of Villa Fields, was buried on 4 Jun In the 1901 census at Elmstead Lodge, Bathwick, Bath: Thomas Barrow, aged 68, Army pensioner, born at Monkton Combe, wife Sarah, aged 52, born at Bath, children: Emily, aged 31, housemaid, born at Bath, William, aged 28, decorator s clerk, born at Bath, Thomas, aged 26, confectioner & pastry cook, born at Bath, Giles, aged 24, trunk & fancy shop (assistant), born at Midsomer Norton, John Jas, aged 19, grocer s shop assistant, born at Midsomer Norton, Francis H, aged 16, trunk manufacturer (assistant), born at Bath, and Mary, aged 15, dressmaker (apprentice), born at Bath, and a boarder. From the burial register & burial order book: Thomas Barrow, aged 70, of Elmshed Lodge, was buried on 6 Apr From the burial register and burial order book: Ellen Amelia Barrow, aged 47, of 40 Rockliffe Rd, was buried on 24 Aug D-344

154 D.M.33 Catherine Jane Goldsworthy ( ) William Goldsworthy Catherine Mary Gaisford ( ) IN MEMORY OF CATHERINE JANE. WIDOW OF THE LATE WILLIAM GOLDSWORTHY DIED MAY 25 TH 1891 AGED 75 YEARS ALSO CATHERINE MARY GAISFORD DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE DIED DEC. 21 ST Headstone (now flat) and kerb. The marriage of William Goldsworthy to Catherine Jane Abrahams at St Swithin s, Walcot, Bath was registered 1838/Q1 Bath. The birth of William John Goldsworthy in 1838 was registered 1839/1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Abrahams. The birth of George Goldsworthy was registered 1840/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Abrahams. The birth of Thomas Goldsworthy was registered 1845/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Abrahams. The birth of Robert Goldsworthy was registered 1847/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Abrahams. (Note that at BathBMD some births are under Goldworthy.) In the 1851 census at 3 Villa Place, Bathwick, Bath: William Goldsworthy, aged 38, born in Devonshire, wife Jane, aged 35, born at Bath, children: William, aged 12, born at Bath, George, aged 10, born at Bath, James, aged 8, born at Bath, Thomas, aged 6, born at Bath, Robert, aged 4, born at Bath, and Charles, aged 2, born at Bath. The birth of Catherine Mary Goldsworthy was registered 1851/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Abrahams. In the 1881 census at Swainswick (Som): Catherine Goldsworthy, aged 64, widow, formerly sempstress, born at Bath, and daughter Catherine M, aged 29, unmarried, teacher elementary school born at D-345

155 Bath. The marriage of Catherine Mary Goldsworthy to Jabez Gaisford was registered 1886/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Catherine Jane Goldsworthy, aged 75, of Batheaston, was buried on 29 May The death of Catherine M Gaisford, aged 61, was registered 1912/Q4 Wincanton. From the burial register: Catherine Mary Gaisford, aged 61, of Charlton Musgrove, Wincanton, was buried on 26 Dec D.M.34 D.M.35 Edward Albert Collier ( ) Emily Collier ( ) Cecil Edward D A Wall ( ) See also E.La.51. No memorial found. The birth of Emily Pope Hellings was registered 1843/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Wintle. The birth of Edward Albert Collier was registered 1848/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Flint. The marriage of Edward Albert Collier to Emily Helling at St John the Baptist, Bathwick was registered 1873/Q2 Bath. In the 1891 census at 31 Powlett Road, Bath: Edward A Collier, aged 43, French polisher, born at Bath, wife Emily, aged 52, laundress, born at Bath, and daughter Ellen A, aged 11, born at Bath. From the burial order book: Edward Albert Collier, aged 45, of 31 Powlett Road, was buried on 10 Aug From the burial register & burial order book: Emily Collier, aged 78, of 31 Powlett Road, was buried on 1 Dec No memorial found. The death of Cecil Edward D A Wall, aged 19, was registered 1894/Q4 Bath. From the burial register and burial order book: Cecil Wall, aged 19, of 4 Albion Terrace, was buried on 23 Oct D-346

156 D.M.36 Annie Catherine East: Arnott ( ) Archibald Arnott Mary Ann Arnott ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF ANNIE CATHERINE DAUGHTER OF THE LATE ARCHIBALD ARNOTT M.D. H.E.I.C.S. ENTERED INTO REST 13 TH FEB Y North: AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY ANN WIDOW OF THE LATE ARCHIBALD ARNOTT M.D. H.E.I.C.S. ENTERED INTO REST 26 TH JULY AGED 90 YEARS. Cross on 3 plinths. The cross has a garland of leaves carved on it. From an affidavit by John Gregan written in 1847 quoted at That the said last named Mary Ann Louden, daughter of the said John Louden, who is now widow of Archibald Arnott, surgeon in the service of the Hon. East India Company, is still alive and is presently resident at the Glencaple Quay in Co. Dumfries aforesaid. Role of adjuvant cryosurgery in intralesional treatment of sacral tumors in Cancer Vol 97 Issue 11 pp quoting History of cryosurgery by A A Gage in Semin Surg Oncol. 1998; 14: has: The history of cryosurgery dates back to the 19th century. As early as 1851, Archibald Arnott, a surgeon in the service of the East Indian described the use of ice-cold salt solution and crushed ice... There are also paintings by Archibald Arnott ( ) held by the British Library India Office such as 'View of the Fort of Gwalior from the North. On the left a Pullass tree Butea Frondosa-Bastard Teak' and 'Dhurmsala. Tank and Grove on Domus Road near Surat' In the 1851 census at a school at Prospect House, Winchcomb Street, Cheltenham: Annie C Arnott, aged 9, scholar, born off Bombay at sea. In the 1891 census at The Firs, Walcot, Bath: Mary A Arnott, aged 70, widow, living on own means, born at Liverpool, daughter Annie K, aged 40, unmarried, born at sea, and two servants. D-347

157 From the burial order book: Annie Catherine Arnott, aged 53, of The Firs, Claremont Road, was buried on 17 Feb From the National Probate Calendar 1896: ARNOTT Annie Katherine of the Firs Claremont-road Bath spinster died 13 February 1896 Administration Bristol 27 April to Mary Ann Arnott widow Effects 299 2s. 9d. In the 1901 census at The Firs, Claremount Road, Bath: Mary A Arnott, aged 89, widow, living on own means, born at Liverpool, a visitor and a servant. From the burial register: Mary Ann Arnott, aged 90, of The Firs, Claremount Road, was buried on 31 Jul D.M.37 William Howell Gale ( ) Elizabeth Gale ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF WILLIAM HOWELL GALE DIED NOVEMBER 24 TH 1896 AGED 56. MY PRESENCE SHALL GO WITH THEE AND I WILL GIVE THEE REST. ALSO OF ELIZABETH, WIDOW OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED MARCH 13 TH 1923 AGED 72. AT REST. Archibald Arnott ( ) was a British Army surgeon, best known for being Napoleon s doctor on St Helena. This cannot be the individual referred to as the affidavit of 1847 states that Mary Ann Arnott was then already a widow. Will of Doctor Archibald Arnott, Doctor of Medicine late Surgeon in the Twentieth Regiment of Foot of Kirkconnell, Dumfriesshire, date 16 Nov 1855, PROB 11/2221. Headstone with rounded top. The marriage of William Howard Gale to Elizabeth Bailey was registered 1870/Q1 Westbury. The birth of Fanny Elizabeth Gale was registered 1873/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Bailey. The birth of John Howell Gale was registered 1881/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Bailey. D-348

158 In the 1891 census at Cottage, Oakwood (next to Claverton Lodge), Bathwick, Bath: William H Gale, aged 50, gardener (domestic), born at Steeple Ashton (Wilts), wife Elizabeth, aged 40, born at Steeple Ashton, and children: Fanny E, aged 17, dressmaker, born at Bath, and John H, aged 9, born at Bath. The death of William Howell Cale (sic), aged 56, was registered 1896/Q4 Shepton Mallet. From the burial order book: William Gale, aged 54, of Oak Wood, Bathwick Hill, was buried on 27 Nov The death of Elizabeth Gale, aged 72, was registered 1923/Q1 Headington. From the burial register: Elizabeth Gale, aged 72, of 145 Cowley Rd, Oxford, was buried on 17 Mar D.M.38 Adelaide Lucy Fenton ( ) ADELAIDE LUCY FENTON DIED... AGED.. YEARS From the burial order book, but not in the index: Jane Webb, aged 76, of 13 Bathwick Street, was buried on 31 Dec No corresponding death registration has been found. Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1861 census at 3 Montpellier, Walcot, Bath: Ann S Ford, aged 76, unmarried, fundholder, born at Birmingham, Mary J Ford, aged 73, unmarried, sister, fundholder, born at Birmingham, Adelaide L Fenton, aged 36, unmarried, friend, fundholder, born at Bath, and two servants. In the 1881 census at 24 Canynge Square, Clifton: Adelaide L Fenton, aged 56, unmarried, income from dividends, born at Bath, and two D-349

159 servants. D.M.38a Pamela Kate Sheppard ( ) Martha Jane Holbrow ( ) Joseph George Holbrow ( ) In Loving Memory of PAMELA KATE SHEPPARD WHO DIED JULY 22 ND 1897 AGED 32 YEARS. PEACE PERFECT PEACE Also OF OUR DEAR MOTHER MARTHA JANE HOLBROW, SISTER OF THE ABOVE DIED JUNE 14 TH 1938 R I P Also JOSEPH GEORGE HOLBROW HUSBAND OF ABOVE DIED FEB. 8 TH 1941, AGED 72 YEARS. From the burial order book: Adelaide Lucy Fenton, aged 72, of Clifton, died on 6 Feb 1897 and was buried on 10 Feb Pointed headstone. The birth of Martha Jane Sheppard was registered 1861/Q1 Highworth. The birth of Pamela Kate Sheppard was registered 1865/Q1 Highworth. The birth of Joseph George Holbrow was registered 1869/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Snailum. In the 1891 census at Booth s Rescue Home, 28 Clapton Square, Hackney, London: Emily Benwell, aged 42, widow, Captn S Army Rescue Home, born at Brentford (Middx), a daughter, six Lieutenants of which one was Pamela Sheppard, aged 26, unmarried, born in London, and twenty-four inmates (all with occupation of domestic servant). The marriage of Joseph George Holbrow to Martha Jane Sheppard was registered 1892/Q2 Bath. From the burial order book: Pamela Kate Sheppard, aged 32, of Windsor Terrace, was buried on 25 Jul In the 1901 census at 3 Windsor Terrace, Bathwick, Bath: Joseph Holbrow, aged 32, gardener domestic, born in Somerset, wife Martha, aged 38, born in Wiltshire, and children: Ruth, aged 5, born at Bath, and Charles, aged 1, born at Bath. D-350

160 From the burial register: Martha Jane Holbrow, aged 77, of Beechmount Grove, Hengrove, Knowle, Bristol, was buried on 18 Jun D.M.39 Catharine Lewis ( ) Mary Jane Eacott ( ) From the burial register: Joseph George Holbrow, aged 72, of 16 Beechmount, Hengrove, Bristol, was buried on 18 Feb No memorial found. The marriage of Edward Eacott to Mary Jane Lewis was registered 1890/Q1 Bath. In the 1891 census at 13 Grove Street, Bath: Edward Eacott, aged 25, wheelchairman, born at Bath, and wife Mary Jane, aged 24, born at Hereford. From the burial order book: Catherine Lewis, aged 58, of Grove St, was buried on 22 Nov D.M.40 James Serle Butler Peacock ( ) North (on 1 line): IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF JAMES SERLE (JIMMY) THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF IDA PEACOCK From the burial order book: Mary Jane Eacott, aged 49, of 6 St James's Bdgs, Marks Hill, Bath, was buried on 21 Apr Ida Sarah Peacock ( ) East: DIED MARCH 5 TH 1928 AGED 63 YEARS South (on 1 line): FOR 33 YEARS IN GOVERNMENT SERVICE _ CAIRO. Life s work well done, then cometh rest. Kerb. The birth of Fanny Serle was registered 1843/Q2 Bath. The birth of Walter Daniel Serles was registered 1850/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Wood. In the 1851 census at 17½ Monmouth Place, Bath: James Serle, aged D-351

161 41 wheelwright, born at Bampton (Devon), wife Charlotte, aged 36, born at Pitminster (Som), children: Charlotte, aged 12, born at Collumpton (Devon), Fanny E, aged 7, born at Collumpton, and Walter D, aged 8 months, born at Bath, and two visitors. The marriage of James Peacock to Fanny Elizabeth Serle at St Thomas à Becket, Widcombe, Bath was registered 1863/Q3 Bath. The birth of James Serle Butler Peacock was registered 1864/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Serle. In the 1891 census at 3 Abbey View Terrace, Bath: James Peacock, aged 52, accountant, born at Bath, wife Fanny Elizabeth, aged 47, born at Bath, children: James Serle B, aged 26, unmarried, certificated teacher & organist, born at Bath, Florence A, aged 18, pupil teacher, born at Bath, Mary Frances S, aged 17, milliner s apprentice, born at Bath, and Mabel Dora, aged 6, born at Bath, and a boarder. From the burial register & burial order book: Frances Elizabeth Peacock, aged 53, of Prior Park Road, was buried on 19 Mar From the National Probate Calendar 1898: PEACOCK Frances Elizabeth of Honfleur Prior Park-road Bath (wife of James Peacock) died 16 March 1898 Administration Bristol 20 April to the said James Peacock accountant Effects 395. From the burial register: James Peacock, aged 77, of Bromley, Kent, was buried on 22 Jul From the National Probate Calendar 1916: PEACOCK James of 7 Widmore-road Bromley Kent died 18 July 1916 at the Cottage Hospital Bromley Probate London 19 August to Edward George Peacock fishmonger s manager. Effects s. 8d. Passenger on the SS Nankin from Port Said to Plymouth, arriving on 30 May 1919: James Serle Peacock, aged 55, country of last permanent residence: Egypt, address; 14 The Tyning, Bath, England. From the burial register: James Serle Butler Peacock, aged 63, of 4 Beaufort East, Bath, was buried on 8 Mar From the National Probate Calendar 1928: PEACOCK James Serle Butler of 4 Beaufort East Bath died 5 March 1928 Probate Bristol 20 March to Ida Sarah Peacock widow. Effects s. 4d. D-352

162 D.M.41 Mary Susannah Garrett ( ) Henry Newson Garrett ( ) East: MARY SUSANNAH FOR 37 YEARS THE BELOVED WIFE OF HENRY NEWSON GARRETT The death of Ida S Peacock, aged 79, was registered 1950/Q4 Hastings. Ethel Mary Garrett ( ) DIED JANUARY Alec Henry Garrett ( ) North: IN LOVING MEMORY OF ETHEL MARY GARRETT INTERRED AT ST OUEN PARIS JULY BELOVED BY ALL WHO NEW HER Cross in polished, pink granite mounted in the centre of a slab in white stone. The inscription on the northern side starts at the top of the cross with the last two lines must lower down. The inscription on the northern side is on the vertical and horizontal parts of the cross. The birth of Ethel Mary Garrett was registered 1867/Q1 Blything. The birth of Alec Henry Garrett was registered 1870/Q4 Blything (Suffolk). In the 1881 census at Baddow Court, Great Baddow (Essex): Henry N Garrett, aged 39, born at Leiston (Suffolk), wife Mary S, aged 38, born at Huntingfield (Suffolk), children: Ethel M, aged 14, born at Leiston, Mary D, aged 13, born at Leiston, Hilda M, aged 11, born at Leiston, Alec H, aged 10, born at Leiston, Abraham, aged 9, born at Leiston, Rachel M, aged 7, born at Leiston, Sybil M, aged 6, born at Leiston, and Faith M, aged 3, born at Leiston, a visitor and seven servants. The death of Mary Susannah Garrett, aged 57, was registered 1900/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Mary Susannah Garrett, aged 57, of 101 Sydney Place, was buried on 2 Feb From the National Probate Calendar 1906: GARRETT Ethel Mary of 92 rue-de-la-pompe Paris France spinster died 29 July 1905 Probate London 26 January to Elizabeth Genge widow and Mercy Emily Skelton D-353

163 (wife of John Skelton) Effects s. 7d. The marriage of Alec Henry Garrett was registered 1907/Q2 Bristol. The death of Alec Henry Garrett, aged 36, was registered 1907/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Alec Henry Garrett, aged 36, of 101 Sydney Place, was buried on 6 May In the index the entry has Alexander W Garrett. From the National Probate Calendar 1907: GARRETT Alec Henry of 101 Sydney-place Bath died on or between 5 April and 2 May 1907 at Bath Administration Bristol 11 June to Alice Mary Garrett widow Effects s. 6d. D.M.42 Sarah Martha Reade ( ) David John Reade SARAH MARTHA READE WIDOW OF REV. DAVID J. READE, M.A. OF CLONDALKIN CO. DUBLIN DIED 8 DEC THE SON OF GOD WHO LOVED ME AND GAVE HIMSELF FOR ME. See also G.E.9. Cross on 3 plinths. In the 1891 census at 6 Laura Place, Bath: Sarah M Reade, aged 67, widow, living on own means, born in Ireland, and Christiana N Pratt, aged 38, unmarried, niece, living on own means, born in Ireland. In the 1901 census at 77 Pulteney Street, Bath: Sarah M Reade, aged 77, widow, living on own means, born in Ireland, and Christiana N Pratt, aged 47, unmarried, niece, living on own means, born in Ireland. From the burial register: Sarah Martha Reade, aged 77, of 77 Pulteney St, was buried on 11 Dec From askaboutireland.ie concerning Clondalkin: The Glebe House was situated opposite the Clondalkin Paper Mills in Clondalkin Village. No building is marked in its location on Duncan's 1821 map but it is clearly labelled on Griffith's 1852 map, so it was most probably built D-354

164 in the intervening period. In the early 1850's it was occupied by the Rev. David John Reade, who succeeded his father as rector of St. John's Parish when he died in The paper mills were fairly recently established at the time and Rev. Reade was very reluctant to occupy the Glebe House because of the terrible smell from boiling rags at the mills. Also the Glebe House was old and built by a 'mere country carpenter'. However, by the time that permission was given in 1864 to spend money on building a new rectory, the mills had ceased operations so the money was spent on repairs and an extension to the Glebe House instead. It was eventually sold in 1948 to the Clondalkin Paper Mills and subsequently demolished. D.M.43 William Bryant ( ) Thomas James Bryant ( ) Mary Slade Bryant ( ) Hannah Bryant ( ) The vicarage of Clondalkin passed from David John Reade to William Winslow Berry in 1873 The almshouses in Clondalkin, built in 1879, were constructed in memory of Rev David John Reade. No memorial found. The birth of Hannah Scammell was registered 1842/Q4 Ringwood. The marriage of Thomas James Bryat to Hannah Scammell at St Nicholas, Winsley was registered 1868/Q4 Bradford W. The birth of Mary Slade Bryant was registered 1873/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Scammell. In the 1891 census at 15 Argyle Stree, Bath: Thomas J Bryant, aged 58, baker, born at Bath, wife Hannah, aged 46, born at Kimpton (Hants), children: Mary S, aged 17, born at Bath, Agnes L, aged 14, born at Bath, and Margaret A, aged 7, born at Bath, William Bryant, aged 51, unmarried, brother, baker, born at Bath, Maria Scammell, aged 85, widow, mother-in-law, living on own means, born at Eddington (Wilts), a niece and a servant. From the burial register & burial order book: William Bryant, aged 63, of 15 Argyle St, was buried on 16 May From the burial register & burial order book: Thomas James Bryant, aged 80, of 15 Argyle St, was buried on 19 Jun D-355

165 From the burial register & burial order book: Mary Slade Bryant, aged 43, of Argyle St, Bath, was buried on 9 Dec D.M.44 Frederick Bartlett ( ) Frederick William Bartlett ( ) Mary Ann Bartlett ( ) From the burial register & burial order book: Hannah Bryant, aged 76, of 3 Vineyards, Bath, was buried on 3 Dec No memorial found. The birth of Frederick William Bartlett was registered 1842/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Green. The marriage of Frederick William Bartlett to Mary Ann Clark at Holy Trinity, Monmouth Place, Bath was registered 1867/Q4 Bath. The birth of Frederick William Bartlett was registered 1869/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Clark. In the 1881 census at 9 Westgate Street, Bath: Frederick W Bartlett, aged 38, cabinet maker, born at Bath, wife Mary Ann, aged 37, born at Bristol, and children: Frederick W, aged 12, born at Bath, and Mary Ann, aged 5, born at Bath. The marriage of Frederick William Bartlett to Elizabeth Mary Mountjoy Selman at St James, Bath was registered 1896/Q4 Bath. In the 1901 census at 17 Forester Avenue, Bath: Fredk W Bartlett, aged 31, cabinet maker, born at Bath, wife Ellen Mary, aged 32, born at Chippenham (Wilts), and children: Fredk Geo, aged 3, born at Bath, and Ellen Isabel, aged 1, born at Bath. In the 1901 census at 11 Kingston Buildings, Bath: Frederick Wm Bartlett, aged 52 (!), cabinet maker, born at Bath, wife Mary, aged 50, born in Bristol, and daughter Mary Louise, aged 21, unmarried, milliner own account, born at Bath. The death of Frederick William Bartlett, aged 32, was registered 1902/Q3 Bath. From the burial register: Frederick Bartlett, aged 33, of 17 Forester Avenue, was buried on 2 Sep From the burial register: Frederick William Bartlett, aged 62, of 11 Kingston Bldgs, Bath, was buried on 26 Sep D-356

166 From the burial register: Mary Ann Bartlett, aged 85, of 10 George St, Bathwick Hill, Bath, was buried on 1 Oct D.M.45 Mary Emma Wood ( ) John Wood ( ) SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF MARY EMMA WOOD, DAUGHTER OF JOHN WOOD, ESQ BORN JUNE 30 TH DIED MARCH 7 TH See also H.T.34. Cross on 3 plinths. In the 1851 census at 23 Oxford Square, Paddington, London: John Wood, aged 61, chairman of Inland Revenue, born at Manchester, wife Elizabeth, aged 44, born at Kilby Knowles (Yorks), children: Mary Emma, aged 20, born at Eaton Socon (Beds), and Emily Grace, aged 18, born at York, a niece and six servants. From Public Administration Vol 32 Issue 1 pp17-51 in an article entitled Civil Service Reform by Edward Hughes (originally published in History in 1942): [a] supporter of the proposed reform was Mr. John Wood, Chairman of the Inland Revenue Board, formerly a highly respected Member of Parliament for Preston Will of John Wood, Barrister at Law and member in this Parliament for the Borough of Preston of Inner Temple, Middlesex, date 14 Nov 1856, PROB 11/2242. In the 1861 census at Golders Hill, Hendon (Middx): John Evans, aged 79, widower, Commissioner Court [of] Bankruptcy, born in Ireland, an adopted child, Eliz Wood, aged 54, widow, visitor, born in Yorkshire, D-357

167 Mary Wood, aged 30, unmarried, visitor, born in Bedfordshire, and seven servants. In the 1891 census at 14 Bathwick Hill, Bath: Mary Emma Wood, aged 60, unmarried, living on own means, born at Eaton Socon (Beds), a visitor and two servants. D.M.46 D.M.47 Percy Douglas Jackman (1895) Charles Fallows ( ) From the burial order book: Emma Mary Wood, aged 68, of 14 Bathwick Hill, was buried on 11 Mar No memorial found. The birth of Percy Douglas Jackman was registered 1895/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Day. From the burial order book: Percy Douglas Jackman, aged 26 days, of 33 Henrietta St, was buried on 22 Feb No memorial found. Possibly the Charles Fallows, cotton & waste dealer, born at Liverpool, who lived at various places in Lancashire and, in 1891, in Cheshire. From the burial order book: Charles Fallows, aged 70, of 4 Berkeley Place, was buried on 21 Dec From the National Probate Calendar 1895: FALLOWS Charles of 4 Balliol-road Bootle Lancashire gentleman died 19 December 1894 at 4 Berkeley-place Bath Probate London 14 February to William Gorton Caldwell civil engineer Effects 5. D-358

168 Row N D.N.21a Frederick Roose IN MEMORY OF Connolly (1921- A LOVING HUSBAND 1994) AND DEAR FATHER FREDERICK ROOSE CONNOLLY BORN DIED Plaque 17½ x 12. D.N.21b Rosamund Crichton Temple Southon ( ) Rosamond Crichton Temple Southon The birth of Fredrick R Connolly was registered 1921/Q4 Plymouth, mother s maiden name: Roose. The death of Frederick Roose Connolly, born on 26 Sep 1921, was registered 1994/Jun Bath. Plaque 12 x12. D.N.21c Jean Fergus Henderson Orr ( ) IN MEMORY OF JEAN ORR APRIL 1920 APRIL 1997 REST IN PEACE The marriage of Rosamund C T Fischer to Julius V Southon was registered 1934/Q2 Kensington. The death of Rosamund Crichton T Southon, born on 19 Feb 1905, was registered 1995/Mar Bath. Plaque 16 x12. D-359

169 D.N.21d Brian John Pascoe ( ) BRIAN JOHN PASCOE R.I.P The birth of Jean F H Orr was registered 1920/Q2 Brentford. The death of Jean Fergus Henderson Orr, born on 3 Apr 1920, was registered 1997/Apr Bath & NE Somerset. Plaque 9 x9. D.N.21e Bernard Alfred Keeling ( ) Mary Morrison Keeling ( ) BERNARD ALFRED KEELING 10 th JULY nd MAY 1986 AND HIS WIFE MARY MORRISON KEELING (Née BUCK) 23 rd NOVEMBER th APRIL 1997 FORMERLY OF NEW MALDEN EPSOM AND MIDHURST AT PEACE TOGETHER NOW IN BATH AND REMEMBERED BY THEIR SONS JEREMY AND ANTHONY AND THEIR FAMILIES The birth of Brian J Pascoe was registered 1918/Q4 St Austell, mother s maiden name: Bullen. The death of Brian John Pascoe, born on 15 Sep 1918, was registered 1998/Jan Bath & NE Somerset. Plaque 21 x21. The birth of Bernard A Keeling was registered 1913/Q3 W Ham, mother s maiden name: Hopkins. The marriage of Bernard A Keeling to Mary M Buck was registered 1937/Q1 Surrey NE. The death of Bernard Alfred Keeling, born on 10 Jul 1913, was registered 1986/May Chichester. The death of Mary Morrison Keeling, born on 23 Nov 1913, was registered 1997/Apr Chichester. D-360

170 D.N.21 Sarah Byrom ( ) Henry Byrom In Memory of SARAH YOUNGER DAUGHTER OF THE LATE HENRY BYROM OF LIVERPOOL DIED AT BATH FEBRUARY 7 TH 1875 IN HER 69 TH YEAR ABSENT FROM THE BODY PRESENT WITH THE LORD THEM ALSO WHICH SLEEP IN JESUS WILL GOD BRING WITH HIM Pitched 4 ways. Baptised on 16 Jun 1808 at St Stephen s Liverpool: Sarah Byrom, daughter of Henry & Elizabeth Byrom, date of birth 7 Jun 1806 [IGI]. From a description of monuments at All Saints church, Daresbury (Cheshire) by Craig Thornber at and also in a Wikipedia entry for the church: On the south wall is a white marble monument by the English sculptor, John Gibson, RA, working in Rome, which shows a husband mourning over the body of his young wife. It commemorates Sarah, the wife of Henry Byrom of Liverpool, who was married in April 1832 and died in childbirth the following February, aged 27. Lancashire Record Office DDX 75/158 6 Sep 1837: Release: rent of d: (i) Henry Charles Lacy of Manchester, innkeeper and coach proprietor, (ii) James Allen of Manchester, coach proprietor, (iii) Thomas Harbottle of Manchester, merchant, Joseph Adshead of Manchester, merchant, Henry Byrom of Liverpool, gent. John Westhead of Manchester, merchant, and Richard Bealey of Radcliffe, bleacher 11,870 sq. yds of land at Rusholme bounded on the north by Park Crescent. In the 1851 census at Argyle Street, Birkenhead: Henry Byrom, aged 80, widower, sugar refiner, born at Moor (Cheshire), and daughter Sarah, aged 40, unmarried, born at Dar[e]sbury (Cheshire). The death of Sarah Byrom, aged 68, was registered 1875/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Sarah Byrom, aged 68, of 9 Abbey View, was D-361

171 D.N.22 buried on 11 Feb From the National Probate Calendar 1875: 27 February. Administration of the effects of Sarah Byrom late of 9 Abbey-View in the Parish of Lyncombe and Widcombe in the City of Bath Spinster who died 7 February 1875 at 9 Abbey-View was granted at Bristol to Henry Byrom of Byland House in the Parish of Bathwick in the said City Esquire the Brother the only Next of Kin. Effects under 100. William Stockham ( ) Harriet Hancock ( )...AM [WHO DEPARTED] THIS LIFE AGED 46 HE WEAKENED MY STRENGTH IN THE WAY HE SHORTENED MY DAYS PS... Also HARRIET HANCOCK DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED APRIL 28 TH 1881 AGED 33 YEARS I LOOK FOR THE LORD MY SOUL... WAIT FOR MY TRUST. Slab. Top part delaminated. A small cross resting on the grave has, on 2 lines, M. P. 1867, which seem to belong to the grave of Mary Pook at D.Na.23. The birth of Charles Stockham in 1846 was registered 1847/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Lane. The birth of Harriet Stockham was registered 1848/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Lane. In the 1851 census at Sydney Wharf, Bath: William Stockham, aged 37, born at Corsham (Wilts), wife Mary A, aged 34, born at Stonehouse (Glos), children: Charles, aged 4, born at Bath, and Harriet, aged 3, born at Bath, a visitor and two lodgers (plus an unknown!). From the burial register & burial order book: William Stockham, aged 46, of Sydney Wharf, died on 16 May 1860 and was buried on 23 May The marriage of Harriet Stockham to Frederick Cole Hancock was registered 1869/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Harriet Hancock, aged 33, of 5 Belvedere, was buried on 4 May See also A.Fa.5 D-362

172 D.N.23 Richard Jordan North: ( ) Rebecca Jordan ( ) Rebecca Mayo Jordan ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF RICHARD JORDAN WHO FELL ASLEEP MAY 23 RD 1878 AGED 58 YEARS ALSO REBECCA JORDAN WIFE OF THE ABOVE WHO ENTERED INTO REST NOV. 9 TH 1890 AGED 75 YEARS NOT GONE FROM MEMORY, NOT GONE FROM LOVE BUT GONE TO OUR FATHER S HOME ABOVE South: IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF REBECCA THE BELOVED DAUGHTER OF RICHARD AND REBECCA WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE JUNE 24 TH 1868 AGED 19 YEARS FEAR NOT I HAVE REDEEMED THEE I HAVE CALLED THEE THY NAME THOU ART MINE ISAIAH 4 Pitched 4 ways. The birth of Rebecca Mayo Jordan was registered 1849/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Mayo. From the burial register: Rebecca Mayo Jordan, aged 19, of Georges Place, was buried on 30 Jun In the 1871 census at 2 George s Place, Bathwick, Bath: Richard Jordan, aged 51, baker (master employing 4 men & 2 boys), born at Newbury (Berks), wife Rebecca, aged 52, born at Freshford (Som), children: Mary A, aged 20, born at Bath, William M, aged 15, born at Bath, Alice S, aged 12, born at Bath, Kate S, aged 9, born at Bath, and a servant. From the burial register: Richard Jordan, aged 58, of 2 Georges Place, was buried on 30 May In the 1881 census at 33 Sydney Buildings, Bath: Rebecca M Jordan, aged 64, widow, retired baker, born at Freshford (Som), children: Mary Ann, aged 30, born at Bath, William M, aged 25, unmarried, pigeon fancier, Alice L, aged 22, music teacher, born at Bath, and Lucy K, aged 19, born at Bath. From the burial order book: Rebecca Jordan, aged 75, of 16 Sydney Bdgs, was buried on 14 Nov D-363

173 D.N.24 Lucy Alice Mayo South: ( ) William Mayo Jordan ( ) Richard Jordan ( ) Rebecca Jordan ( ) North: TO THE MEMORY OF LUCY MAYO WHO DIED AT BATH DECEMBER 10 TH 1871 AGED 98 YEARS THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD PSALM XXIII STONE IS ERECTED BY HER DAUGHTER REBECCA AND GRAND DAUGHTERS AS A TRIBUTE ALSO OF WILLIAM MAYO JORDAN THE BELOVED AND ONLY SON OF THE LATE RICHARD AND REBECCA JORDAN WHO DIED MARCH 16 TH 1899 IN HIS 44 TH YEAR RESTING IN HOPE Pitched 4 ways. The birth of Mary Ann Jordan was registered 1851/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Mayo. The birth of William Mayo Jordan was registered 1856/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Mayo. In the 1851 census at Middle Rank, Bradford (Wilts): Lucy Mayel, aged 74, widow, servant, born at Plymouth. In the 1861 census at 20 Caroline Buildings, Bath: Lucy Mayo, aged 85, widow, independent, born at Plymouth. D.N Mary Ann Buckler ( ) Mary Ann Buckler ( ) In the 1871 census at 4 Princes Buildings, Widcombe, Bath: Sarah (!) Mayoll, aged 99, widow, independent funds, born on the Irish seas, and a servant. From the burial register: Lucy Alice Mayo, aged 98, of 4 Princes Bdgs, was buried on 14 Dec From the burial order book: William Mayo Jordan, aged 43, of 2 Georges Place, was buried on 21 Mar From the burial register & burial order book: Mary Ann Jordan, aged 57, of 32 Kipling Avenue, Wellsway, Bath, was buried on 13 Aug John Buckler ( ) Pitched 4 ways. Delaminated and no inscription found. The burial D-364

174 William Buckler order book indicates that the plot is double-width. ( ) Joseph Buckler ( ) Elizabeth Buckler ( ) In the 1851 census at 19 Sams Court, Bathwick: William Buckler, aged 47, pensioner, born at Tatworth (Som), wife Mary, aged 46, born at Bath, and children: William, aged 19, shoe maker, born at Cork, John, aged 17, errand boy, born at Cork, David, aged 12, errand boy, born at..iah, Joseph, aged 9, born at Kingsale, and Emma, aged 7, born at Mitchels Town. (All the children as designed as British Subjects indicating that the births were abroad.) In the 1871 census at 19 Bathwick Place, Bath: William Buckler, aged 66, pensioner, born at Chard (Som), wife Mary A, aged 65, laundress, born at Bath, Emma Trotman, aged 26, married, daughter, laundress, born at Mitchel Town, Ireland, and Joseph Trotman, aged 34, married, son-in-law, gardener, born at Bath. From the burial register & burial order book: Mary Ann Buckler, aged 65, of Bathwick Place, died on 6 Apr 1871 and was buried on 12 Apr From the burial register & burial order book: William Buckler, aged 75, of 22 Bathwick Street, died on 25 Jan 1880 and was buried on 1 Feb The marriage of John Buckler to Mary Ann Sartain at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1854/Q3 Bath. The birth of Mary Ann Buckler was registered 1858/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Sartain. In the 1861 census at 5 Cottage (near Daniel Street), Bathwick, Bath: John Buckler, aged 27, labourer, born at Bath (!), wife Mary, aged 29, dressmaker, born at Bath, and children: Emma, aged 4, born at Bath, and Mary A, aged 2, born at Bath. From the burial register & Burial order book: Mary Ann Buckler, aged 14, of Henrietta Park, died on 22 Aug 1872 and was buried the same D-365

175 day. From the burial register & burial order book: John Buckler, aged 40, of Henrietta Park, died on 18 Dec 1874 and was buried on 24 Dec The marriage of Joseph Buckler to Elizabeth Mary Palmer at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1873/Q4 Bath. In the 1901 census at 8 Frankley Terrace, Bathwick, Bath: Joseph Buckler, aged 59, tailor at home, born in Armagh, Ireland, wife Elizabeth, aged 54, born at Bath, and four children. (The Armagh is anomalous as in the 1851 census the birthplace is Kingsale, probably Kinsale, county Cork.) From the burial register: Joseph Buckler, aged 73, of 7 Frankley Terr, Bath, was buried on 30 Jun D.N.27 Emma Trotman ( ) SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF From the burial register: Elizabeth Buckler, aged 71, of 5 Tudor Pl, Snow Hill, Bath, was buried on 7 Feb Thomas Trotman ( ) EMMA TROTMAN WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE SEPT R AGED 36 Also of THOMAS HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE... Headstone with a pointed top. There is a large gap below the first part of the inscription to the first name. The marriage of Emma Buckler to Thomas Trotman was registered 1863/Q1 Bath. In the 1871 census at 19 Bathwick Place, Bath: William Buckler, aged 66, pensioner, born at Chard (Som), wife Mary A, aged 65, laundress, born at Bath, Emma Trotman, aged 26, married, daughter, laundress, born at Mitchel Town, Ireland, and Joseph Trotman, aged 34, married, son-in-law, gardener, born at Bath. D-366

176 (Mitchelstown is in county Cork.) From the burial register & burial order book: Thomas Trotman, aged 39, of 13 Villa Place, died on 17 May 1876 and was buried on 25 May D.N.28 John White ( ) William Buckler ( ) IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF JOHN WHITE LATE OF SWAINSWICK WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 16 TH MAY AGED 56 YEARS THE WILL OF THE LORD BE DONE. Also WILLIAM BUCKLER BROTHER-LAW OF THE ABOVE WHO PASSED AWAY FEB Y 23 RD AGED 59. REST IN PEACE. From the burial register & burial order book: Emma Trotman, aged 36, of Villa Fields/ Bathwick St, died on 4 Sep 1880 and was buried on 8 Sep Headstone. The brother-law rather than brother-in-law is as found. The marriage of William Buckler to Elizabeth White was registered 1864/Q2 Bath. In the 1871 census at 18 Bathwick Street, Bath (next to his parents): William Buckler, aged 39, boot maker, born at Cork, and wife Elizabeth, aged 45, cook, born at Bath. From the burial register: John White, aged 56, of 27 Bathwick St, was buried on 20 May In the 1881 census at 27 Bathwick Street, Bath: William Buckler, aged 49, bootmaker, born in Ireland, wife Elizabeth, aged 55, born at Bath, and William Sheppard, aged 11, adopted, born at Bath. From the burial order book: William Buckler, aged 59, of 27 Pulteney St, was buried on 26 Feb D-367

177 D.N.29 Reuben Horsell ( ) Sarah Horsell ( ) IN Loving Remembrance Of REUBEN HORSELL WHO DIED MARCH 6 TH 1879 AGED 48 YEARS. Richard Horsell ( ) ALSO OF SARAH. THE BELOVED WIFE OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED NOVEMBER 6 TH 1876 AGED 48 YEARS THEREFORE BE YE ALSO READY FOR IN SUCH AN HOUR AS YE THINK NOT THE SON OF MAN COMETH. MATTHEW XXIV.44. ALSO OF RICHARD HORSELL WHO DIED MAY 16 TH AGED 30 YEARS. GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. Pointed headstone in red stone. The marriage of Reuben Horsell to Sarah Smart at St John the Baptist, Batheaston was registered 1858/Q2 Bath. In the 1871 census at 23 Bathwick Street: Reuben Horsell, aged 40, publican, born at Batheaston (Som), wife Sarah, aged 42, born at Batheaston, and a servant. From the burial register: Reuben Horsell, aged 48, of Bathwick St, as buried on 12 Mar From the burial register Sarah Horsell, aged 48, of Crown Inn, Bathwick St, was buried on 12 Nov The marriage of George Horsell to Sarah Elizabeth Lane was registered 1859/Q4 Bath. The birth of Richard Horsell was registered 1868/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Lane. In the 1881 census at Cottage in Lane (next to Fernleigh), Bathwick, Bath: George Horsell, aged 41, labourer, born at Bath, wife Sarah, aged 41, born at Bath, seven children of which the fourth was Richard, aged 12, born at Bath. In the 1891 census at house of Eliza Shail at Marshfield (Glos): Richard Horsell, aged 24, unmarried, coachman, born at Bath. The marriage of Richard Horsell to Ada Jane Ash at St James, Bath was registered 1895/Q2 Bath. D-368

178 From the burial register: Richard Horsell, aged 30, of Villa Fields, was buried on 12 Nov The death of Ada J Horsell, aged 44, was registered 1911/Q2 Bath. From the burial order book: Sarah Horsell, aged 70, of 35 Villa Fields, was buried on 11 Jun D.N.30 Mary Jane England ( ) John England ( ) Walter England (1893) See also A.B.10, G.B.29 and G.G.14. Headstone, completely delaminated. The marriage of John England to Mary Jane Foot was registered 1848/Q3 Bath. The birth of William Frederick England was registered 1861/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Foot. In the 1861 census at 4 Sydney Wharf, Bath: John England, aged 40, smith & farrier employing 2 men & 1 boy, born at Chard (Som), wife Mary J, aged 36, born at Bath, and children: John J, aged 10, born at Bath, and William, aged 2 months, born at Bath. In the 1881 census at Sydney Wharf, Bath: John England, aged 60, farrier smith (3 men employed), born at Chard (Som), wife Mary J, aged 56, born at Bath, and son William, aged 20, unmarried, farrier smith, born at Bath. D-369

179 From the burial register: Mary Jane England, aged 60, of Sydney Wharf, was buried on 12 Mar From the burial register: John England, aged 67, of Sydney Wharf, was buried on 31 Mar D.N.31 Charlotte Horsell ( ) The birth of Walter Frank England was registered 1893/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: England. From the burial order book: Walter England, aged 2 months, of Newark St, was buried on 23 Apr No memorial found. The birth of George Horsell was registered 1839/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Stone. In the 1841 census at Batheaston: Willm Horsell, aged 35, agricultural labourer, born in Somerset, Charlotte Horsell, aged 35, born in Somerset, and presumed children: Willm, aged 15, Henry, aged 13, Reuben, aged 10, Albert, aged 4, and George, aged 1. In the 1881 census at 20 Bathwick Street, Bath: William Horsell, aged 55 (!), coal merchant, born at Batheaston, wife Charlotte, aged 75, born at Bath, and a servant. D.N.32 Mary Ann Tombs ( ) East: M[ARY ANN TO]MBS WHO DIED DECEMBER 16 TH 1888, AGED 57 YEARS. From the burial order book: Charlotte Horsell, aged 80, of 20 Bathwick St, was buried on 17 Aug (The burial index has the location as Na.31 but it is N.31 in the burial order book.) North: EARTH TO EARTH RECEIVED ME WELL. TILL EARTH TO EARTH SHALL GO TO DWELL EARTH TO EARTH SHALL CLOSE REMAIN TILL EARTH TO EARTH SHALL MEET AGAIN HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED AGED YEARS Originally an obelisk on a base. The base is in place but the obelisk is in three pieces resting against the base and is partially delaminated. For the enigmatic reference to the husband, no name, date or age has been found on the monument. D-370

180 THINK NOT OF THE MORROW FOR HE KNOWETH NOT WHAT A DAY MAY BRING FORTH The marriage of Edwin Tombs to Mary Ann Buckler was registered 1879/Q2 Bath. In the 1881 census at 6 Caroline Buildings, Bath: Edwin Tombs, aged 46, carpenter, born at Malvern (Worcs), wife Mary A, aged 48, dress maker, born at Bath, and Edith Buckler, aged 19, unmarried, sister-inlaw, dress maker, born at Bath. D.N.33 Henry Owens ( ) Edith Owens ( ) The death of Mary Ann Tombs, aged 57, was registered 1888/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Mary Ann Tombs, aged 57, of 1 Larkhall Place, was buried on 21 Dec No memorial found. In the 1881 census at 10 Sydney Wharf, Bathwick, Bath: Henry Owens, aged 37, wheel chairman, born at Cold Ash Common (Berks), and wife Edith, aged 46, born at Bath. From the burial register: Henry Owens, aged 47, of Sydney Wharf, was buried on 4 Feb D.N.34 George Owens ( ) In the 1901 census at 25 Grove Street, Bath: Edith Owens, aged 66, widow, dressmaker own account, born at Bath. The death of Edith Owens, aged 69, was registered 1904/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Edith Owens, age unspecified, of 14 James St, was buried on 12 Feb No memorial found. The marriage of George Owens to Mary Ann Clarke was registered 1856/Q4 Bath. In the 1891 census at 32 Powlett Road, Bath: George Owens, aged 60, wheelchairman, born at Thatcham (Berks), wife Mary A, aged 59, born at Bath, and a lodger. From the burial order book: George Owens, aged 61, of Powlett Road, was buried on 9 Feb D-371

181 D.N.35 Laura Elizabeth Pavitt ( ) Louisa Pavitt ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF LAURA ELIZABETH PAVITT, WHO FELL ASLEEP OCT. 18 TH 1921, UNTIL THE DAY BREAKS. ALSO OF LOUISA PAVITT, WHO FELL ASLEEP JAN. 7 TH Cross on 1 plinth, in rough granite. The birth of Laura Elizabeth Pavitt was registered 1857/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Skinner. The birth of Louisa Pavitt was registered 1860 Bath, mother s maiden name: Skinner. In the 1891 census at Rose Cottage, Vellore Lane, Bathwick, Bath: Samuel J Pavitt, aged 61, nurseryman & florist, born at Sawbridgeworth (Herts), wife Elizabeth, aged 67, born at Sidmouth (Devon), children: Laura E, aged 34, unmarried, dairy keeper, born at Bath, Samuel J, aged 31, unmarried, nurseryman & florist, born at Bath, and Louisa, aged 30, unmarried, dairy keeper, born at Bath, and a niece. The death of Laura Elizabeth Pavitt, aged 63, was registered 1921/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Laura Elizabeth Pavitt, aged 63, of 5 New Bond St, was buried on 21 Oct D.N.36 Frederick Pinch ( ) Charles Douglas Pinch ( ) Evelyn Gladys Pinch ( ) IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF FREDERICK PINCH DIED SEPTEMBER 1 ST 1896 AGED 54 ALSO OF CHARLES DOUGLAS HIS DEARLY LOVED SON WHO FELL ASLEEP SEPT AGED 12 YEARS The death of Louisa Pavitt, aged 67, was registered 1929/Q1 Bath. From the burial register: Louisa Pavitt, aged 67, of Rose Cottage, Sham Castle Lane; 5 New Bond St, Bath, was buried on 10 Jan D-372

182 Rosalie Helen Pinch UNTIL THE DAY BREAK AND THE SHADOWS FLEE AWAY Cross on 3 plinths. ( ) ALSO ROSALIE HELEN DAUGHTER OF FREDERICK PINCH DIED MARCH 18 TH 1934 AGED 57 YEARS The birth of Frederick Pinch was registered 1842/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: White. The marriage of Frederick Pinch to Grace Catherine Biggs at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1863/Q4 Bath. ALSO EVELYN GLADYS (DAUGHTER) DIED AUG. 16 TH 1920 AGED 35 YEARS The birth of Rosalie Helen Pinch was registered 1876/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Biggs. In the 1881 census at 17 Edward Street, Bath: Frederick Pinch, aged 39, accountant, born at Bath, wife Grace, C, aged 39, born at Bath, daughter Helen R, aged 5, born at Bath, and two servants. From the burial register: Grace Catherine Pinch, aged 39, of 17 Edward St, was buried on 26 Sep The marriage of Frederick Pinch to Mary Elizabeth Fatt was registered 1884/Q2 Bath. The birth of Evelyn Gladys Pinch was registered 1885/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Fatt. The birth of Charles Douglas Pinch was registered 1889/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Fatt. In the 1891 census at 17 Edward Street, Bath: Frederick Pinch, aged 48, accountant, born at Bath, wife Mary E, aged 40, born at Westbury (Wilts), children: Rosalie H, aged 15, born at Bath, Evelyn Gladys, aged 5, born at Bath, and Charles D, aged 1, born at Bath, and two servants. From the burial order book: Frederick Pinch, aged 55, of 17 Edward St, was buried on 4 Sep From the burial order book: Charles Douglas Pinch, aged 12, of Forrester Road, was buried on 24 Sep D-373

183 From the burial register: Evelyn Gladys Pinch, aged 35, of 12 Dunsford Pl, was buried on 19 Aug From the burial register: Mary Elizabeth Pinch, aged 87, of 12 Dunsford Pl, Bathwick Hill, Bath, was cremated and her ashes buried on 6 Oct From the National Probate Calendar 1933: PINCH Mary Elizabeth of 12 Dunsford-place Bath widow died 2 October 1933 Probate Bristol 12 December to William Moger solicitor and Rosalie Helen Pinch spinster. Effects s. 5d. Resworn s. 5d. D.N.37 Elizabeth Marriott ( ) ELIZABETH MARRIOTT BORN 25 TH DECEMBER 1810 DIED 5 TH SEPTEMBER 1896 THIS STONE IS ERECTED... MEMORY BY HER GRAND-NEPHEWS AND NIECES From the burial register: Rosalie Helen Pinch, aged 57, of 12 Dunsford Pl, Bathwick Hill, Bath, was cremated and her ashes buried on 21 Mar JESUS SAID I AM THE RESURRECTION AND THE LIFE HE THAT BELIEVETH IN ME THOUGH HE WERE DEAD YET SHALL HE LIVE. Headstone and a small footstone. In the 1891 census at 9 Henrietta Villas, Bath: Elizabeth Marriott, aged 80, unmarried, living on own means, born at Needham Market (Suffolk), to servants and two boarders. D.N.38 William Moore ( ) SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF WILLIAM MOORE FOR 22 YEARS VERGER OF THE CHURCH OF S. MARY, BATHWICK DIED DECR 9 TH 1896 AGED 72 YEARS ERECTED BY MANY OLD FRIENDS AND FELLOW WORSHIPPERS AT S. MARYS From the burial order book: Elizabeth Marriott, aged 85, of 9 Henrietta Villas, was buried on 10 Sep D-374

184 Cross on 3 plinths. The cross is missing. The birth of Ellen Eliza Moore was registered 1867/Q2 Bath. In the 1891 census at 1 Providence Villas, Bathwick, Bath: William Moore, aged 65, waiter, born in Northamptonshire, wife Harriet, aged 52, sextoness, born at Wells, daughter Ellen E, aged 24, unmarried, draper s assistant, born at Bath, and a boarder. From the burial order book: William Moore, aged 72, of 1 Providence Villa, was buried on 14 Dec D.N.39 Frederick John Falkner ( ) LIEUT. COLONEL FREDERIC JOHN FALKNER LATE OF H.M. 50 TH REGIMENT DIED MARCH 16 TH 1898 AGED 64 YEARS From the burial register: Harriet Eliza Moore, aged 65, of 1 Providence Villas, was buried on 3 Feb Cross on 3 plinths. In the 1891 census at Sunnyside, Oldfield Park, Bath: Frederick Falkner, aged 56, retired Lieut Col in Army, born in Ireland, wife Mary S, aged 37, born at Trowbridge, children: Mary B, aged 17, born at Trowbridge, and Amy S, aged 10, born at Wimbledon (Surrey), a servant and Robert H Falkner, aged 62, married, rector Woodham Walter, born in Ireland. D.N.40 Sarah Jane Harris ( ) From the burial order book: Frederick John Falkner, aged 62, of Sunnyside, Oldfield Park, was buried on 19 Mar No memorial found. In the 1891 census at the Rising Sun, 4 Grove Street, Bath: William J D-375

185 Harris, aged 51, licensed victualler, born at Bristol, wife Sarah J, aged 49, born at Bristol, and Louise Jefferies, aged 20, niece, barmaid, born at Bristol. D.N.41 John Henry Holmes ( ) Elizabeth Jane Holmes ( ) Reginald Harold Holmes ( ) In Loving Memory of JOHN HENRY HOLMES WHO DIED NOVEMBER AGED 46 YEARS IN THE MIDST OF LIFE WE ARE IN DEATH From the burial order book: Sarah Jane Harris, aged 56, of Grove St, was buried on 26 May From the National Probate Calendar 1898: HARRIS Sarah Jane of the Rising Sun Grove-street Bath widow died 20 May 1898 Probate Bristol 6 June to Alfred Richard Baily maltster Effects s. 9d. Cross on 3 plinths. The birth of Winifred Gladys Holmes was registered 1888/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Norman. In the 1891 census at 23 Henrietta Street, Bath: John H Holmes, aged 37, professional cricketer, born at Nottingham, wife Elizabeth A, aged 37, born at Bath, children: Harry M, aged 4, born at Bath, Winifred G, aged 2, born at Bath, and Archibald S, aged 1, born at Bath, Thorny Holmes, aged 70, married, father, dyer, born at Nottingham, and a servant. The birth of Reginald Harold Holmes was registered 1891/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Norman. The birth of Dorothy Hilda Holmes in 1893 was registered 1894/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Norman. From the burial register: John Henry Holmes, aged 45, of 12 Argyle St, was buried on 17 Nov In the 1901 census at 3 Miles Buildings, Bath: Elizabeth J Holmes, D-376

186 aged 47, widow, licensed victualler, born at Ashwick (Som), children: Harry N, aged 14, born at Bath, Winifred G, aged 12, born at Bath, Archibald A, aged 11, born at Bath, Reginald H, aged 10, born at Bath, and Dorothy H, aged 7, born at Bath, and a servant. From the burial order book: Elizabeth Jane Holmes, aged 63, of 17 Gt Stanhope St, Bath, was buried on 11 Mar D.N.42 Henry Hargreaves ( ) Lucy Kate Hargreaves ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF HENRY HARGREAVES, DIED MARCH 13 TH AND HIS WIFE LUCY KATE, DIED OCT. 26 TH From the burial register: Reginald Harold Holmes, aged 62, of Barton House, Shoeburyness, died on 6 May 1954 and was buried on 11 May Low headstone and kerb in red granite. The birth of Lucy Kate Jordan was registered 1861/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Mayo. The marriage of Lucy Kate Jordan to Henry Hargreaves at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1895/Q2 Bath. The birth of Thomas Hodgson Jordan Hargreaves was registered 1896/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Jordan. The birth of Kate Hargreaves was registered 1900/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Jordan. In the 1901 census at Ashton House, Bath: Henry Hargreaves, aged 41, living on own means, born at Eccleshill (Yorks), wife Lucy K, aged 39, born at Bath, children: Thomas H, aged4, born at Bath, Henry E, aged 3, born at Bath, and Kate, aged 9 months, born at Bath, James A Hargreaves, aged 43, unmarried, brother, living on own means, born D-377

187 at Eccleshill, and a servant. From the burial register: Henry Hargreaves, aged 42, of Entry Hill, was buried on 19 Mar From the National Probate Calendar 1903: HARGREAVES Henry of Ashton-house Entry-hill Bath died 13 March 1903 Probate London 22 April to Lucy Kate Hargreaves widow Effects s. 6d. D.N.44 Henry Peacock ( ) South: In memory of HENRY PEACOCK LATE SURGEON ROYAL NAVY WHO DIED JUNE 5 TH 1900 IN HIS 88 TH YEAR HAVE MERCY HIM O GOD AFTER THY GREAT GOODNESS PSALM LI From the burial register: Lucy Kate Hargreaves, aged 76, of Forest Hydro, Forest Rd, Leytonstone, was buried on 29 Oct From the National Probate Calendar 1937: HARGREAVES Lucy Kate of 896 Forest-road Walthamstow Essex widow died 26 October 1937 at Forest Hydro Forest-road Probate Wakefield 21 February to Thomas Hodgson Jordan Hargreaves physician and Kate Hardy (wife of Bertram Frank Hardy). Effects s. 9d. Pitched 4 ways. Parts delaminated and cracked. In the 1881 census at 3 Gun Terrace, Westminster: Henry Peacock, aged 69, widower, boarder, retired surgeon, born at Lincoln s Inn (Middx). D.N.45 William Willicombe Bird ( ) Caroline Emma Bird ( ) Alice Charlotte Fitch ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF WILLIAM WILLICOMBE BIRD WHO FELL ASLEEP SEPTEMBER 15 TH 1899, AGED 78. AT REST. From the burial order book: Henry Peacock, aged 87, of 1 Laura Place, was buried on 7 Jun Also CAROLINE EMMA BIRD. Pointed headstone. D-378

188 HIS BELOVED WIDOW WHO FELL ASLEEP MARCH 2 ND 1914, AGED 86. The marriage of William Willicombe Bird to Caroline Emma Hancock was registered 1846/Q1 Bath. PEACE PERFECT PEACE Also ALICE CHARLOTTE FITCH ELDEST DAUGHTER OF ABOVE FELL ASLEEP DECEMBER 6 TH 1935, AGED 87. R I P The birth of Alice Charlotte Bird was registered 1848/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Hancock. The birth of William Sadler Bird was registered 1862/Q4 Bath, mother s maiden name: Hancock see grave F.D.35. The birth of Caroline Kate Marianne Bird was registered 1872/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Hancock. In the 1891 census at Bird s Cottage (Near St John s Vicarage), Bathwick, Bath: William W Bird, aged 69, house decorator, born at Bath, wife Caroline E, aged 63, born at Bath, and daughter Caroline K M, aged 19, assistant schoolmistress, born at Bath. From the burial order book: William Willicombe Bird, aged 78, of 13 Henrietta Villas, was buried on 21 Sep The marriage of Alice Charlotte Bird to John Fitch was registered 1901/Q4 Wandsworth. From the burial register: Caroline Emma Bird, aged 86, of 119 Wells Rd, Bath, was buried on 7 Mar D.N.46 Richard Colthurst ( ) Harriett Colthurst ( ) Margaret Elizabeth Warren Spurrell ( ) East: North: IN LOVING MEMORY OF RICHARD COLTHURST M.D. DIED AUGUST 19 TH 1899 AGED 78 UNTIL THE DAY BREAK ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF From the burial register & burial order book: Alice Charlotte Fitch, aged 87, widow, of 13 Henrietta Rd, Bath, was buried on 10 Dec D-379

189 William George Spurrell ( ) HARRIET HIS WIFE WHO DIED MARCH 21 ST 1910 AGED 79. Cross on 3 plinths. The first part of the inscription on the western side is inaccessible as the cross and two of the plinths have been laid horizontally on the grave. West: CANON OF ST DAVIDS DAUGHTER OF RICHARD & HARRIETT COLTHURST DIED OCTOBER 26 TH 1937 AGED 69. The marriage of Richard Colthurst to Harriet Warren was registered 1861/Q3 Newton Abbot. The birth of Margaret Elizabeth Areen Colthurst was registered 1865/Q1 Axbridge. In the 1901 census at 3 Westfield Park, Westbury on Trym (Glos): Richard Colthurst, aged 69, physician (registered), born at North Petherton (Som), wife Harriett, aged 60, born at Broomfield (Som), children: Jessie C W, aged 27, unmarried, born at Weston-super-Mare, Margaret E W, aged 26, unmarried, born at Weston-super-Mare, and Constance H W, aged 21, unmarried, born at Keynsham (Som), and three servants. From the burial order book: Richard Colthurst, aged 78, of 12 Raby Place, was buried on 21 Aug From the burial register: Harriet Colthurst, aged 79, of Keynsham, was buried on 24 Mar The marriage of Margaret E W Colthurst to William G Spurrell was registered 1928/Q2 Lambeth. From the burial register: Margaret Elizabeth Warren Spurrell, aged 69, of 49 Combe Park, Bath, was buried on 30 Oct The death of William George Spurrell, aged 93, was registered 1949/Q4 Bath. D-380

190 D.N.47 Basil Theodore Lace East: ( ) John William Lace ( ) R.I.P. IN LOVING MEMORY OF BASIL THEODORE LACE SON OF THE LATE REV D J. W. LACE VICAR OF PILL, SOMERSET BORN DEC R 17 TH 1872, TAKEN TO REST OCT R 22 ND THERE SHALL BE NO MORE PAIN Cross on 3 plinths. The birth of Basil Theodore Lace was registered 1873/Q1 Bedminster. D.N.48 Arthur Leech- Wilkinson ( ) In the 1881 census at Haywood Hall, Easton in Gordano (Som): John William Lace, aged 50, vicar of Pill, born at Maston (Yorks), wife Georgina D, aged 47, born at Cheltenham, children: Francis W, aged 9, born at Pill, Basil T, aged 8, born at Pill, and Oswald H, aged 4, born at Pill, and three servants. From the National Probate Calendar 1896: LACE the reverend John William of the vicarage Pill Somerset clerk died 14 June 1896 Probate Bristol 4 August to Georgina Douglas Lace widow Effects s. 1d. The death of Basil Theodore Lace, aged 33, was registered 1906/Q4 Ruthin. From the burial register: Basil Theodore Lace, aged 33, of Llanbedr Hall, Llanbedr, Ruthin (Ravenswell, Sydney Gdns), was buried on 26 Oct From the National Probate Calendar 1907: LACE Basil Theodore of Ravenswell Bathwick Bath engineer died 22 October 1906 at Llanbedr-hall Denbighshire Administration Bristol to Frederick Lace surgeon Effects s. 6d. No memorial found. The birth of Arthur Leech Wilkinson was registered 1899/Q2 Taunton. The marriage of Arthur Leech-Wilkinson to Joan Kingdon was registered 1935/Q4 Chelsea. D-381

191 List of the biographies of Organists, Composers for Organ and Organ Builders has an entry for Arthur Leech Wilkinson (1899-) From the AHRC Research Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music, in a list of record choice programmes is one entitled Personal Choice by Arthur Leech-Wilkinson broadcast on the BBC on 15 May 1938 for which the description is From local West of England radio, a personal choice by a doctor [identified here as an organist and composer, since broadcasting by identified doctors was then thought to constitute unethical advertising].... The marriage of Arthur Leech-Wilkinson to Janet Elizabeth Coombs at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1950/Q2 Bath. From the burial order book: Arthur Leech Wilkinson, aged 64, of St Stephens Lodge, Lansdown, Bath, died on 18 Feb 1964, was cremated and his ashes buried on 24 Feb In the index and the death registration the surname is as Leech-Wilkinson. There was an obituary in the British Medical Journal of 1964 p641. D-382

192 Row Na D.Na.21a Peter Brian Morgan IN LOVING MEMORY OF ( ) PETER MORGAN Plaque 16¾ x12. D.Na.21b Anthony Raymond Tanser ( ) in loving memory of DR. ANTHONY TONY R. TANSER OCT JUNE The birth of Peter Brian Morgan was registered 1944 Bath, mother s maiden name: Batt. The marriage of Peter Brian Morgan to Mary Jean Cadwallader at All Saints Weston was registered 1966 Bath. Plaque 16 x12. The birth of Antony R Tanser was registered 1933/Q4 Leicester, mother s maiden name: Hipwell. From The Medical Register for 1959: Tanser, Anthony Raymond, 17 Kingswood Avenue, Leicester, MRCS Eng 1956; LRCP Lond 1956; MB, BS 1956, U Lond. The death of Anthony Raymond Tanser, born on 26 Oct 1933, was registered 2003/Jun Bath & NE Somerset. D-383

193 D.Na.21c Vincent Thomas LOVING MEMORIES Wall ( ) VINCENT THOMAS WALL D.Na.22 Lewis Albert Martin Way ( ) Henrietta Matilda Way ( ) East: In memory of LEWIS A. M. WAY LATE RECTOR OF FOXLEY, WILTS DIED 5 TH FEB Y 1894, AGED 68. Plaque 14 x10. The death of Vincent Thomas Wall, born on 2 Sep 1917, was registered 2002/Feb Bath & NE Somerset. ALSO OF HENRIETTA MATILDA WAY WIDOW OF THE ABOVE DIED AUGUST 14 TH 1899, AGED 79. Cross on 3 plinths. In the 1891 census at Foxley (Wilts): Lewis Way, aged 66, rector of Foxley, born in France, wife Matilda, aged 71, born at Hammersmith, London, and two servants. From the burial order book: Lewis Albert Martin, aged 68, of 62 Pulteney St, was buried on 8 May D.Na.22a Elizabeth Restorick ( ) Mary Ann Restorick ( ) Jane Gillard ( ) IN Loving Memory of ELIZABETH RESTORICK WHO PASSED AWAY AUGUST 29 TH 1911 AGED 85 YEARS AND OF HER SISTER MARY ANN WHO DIED DECEMBER 27 TH 1911 AGED 88 YEARS From the burial order book: Henrietta Matilda Way, aged 79, of 62 Pulteney St, was buried on 27 Aug Headstone with a pointed top. In the 1851 census at Sherborn Lane, Lyme Regis (Dorset): Mary Ann D-384

194 IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF MY DEAR WIFE JANE GILLARD NEE RESTORICK WHO PASSED AWAY AUGUST 22 ND 1920 AGED 84 YEARS Restorick, aged 27, unmarried, dressmaker, born at Lyme, Elizabeth Restorick, aged 25, unmarried, sister, dressmaker, born at Lyme, and Jane Restorick, aged 14, sister, born at Lyme. In the 1871 census at 83 St Pauls Road, Islington, London: Jane Restorick, aged 32, unmarried, general servant, born at Lyme Regis (Dorset). The marriage of Jane Restorick to Henry Gillard was registered 1873/Q4 Westminster. From the burial register: Elizabeth Restorick, aged 85, of 2 Montague Villas, Bath, was buried on 2 Sep From the burial register: Mary Ann Restorick, aged 88, of 7 Lower East Hayes, Bath, was buried on 1 Jan D.Na.23 Mary Pook ( ) Sacred TO THE MEMORY OF MARY POOK, WHO DECEASED AUG T 30 TH 1867, AGED 61 AND NOW LORD WHAT IS MY HOPE:... MY HOPE IS EVEN IN THEE. From the burial register: Jane Gillard, aged 84, of 32 S Pauls Crescent, S Pancras, London, was buried on 27 Aug Headstone surmounted by a cross. Remnants of red pigment indicate that some letters were originally gilded. From the burial register: Mary Pook, aged 61, of Pulteney St, was buried on 4 Sep From the National Probate Calendar 1867: 16 September. The Will of Mary Pook late of 29 Pulteney-street in the City of Bath Spinster deceased who died 30 August 1867 at 29 Pulteney-street aforesaid was proved at the Principal Registry by the D-385

195 D.Na.24 oath of Louisa Coles of 29 Pulteney-street aforesaid Spinster the sole Executrix. Effects under 100. Frances Ottley Horne ( ) Thomas Morgan John Charles Horne ( ) IN LOVING MEMORY OF FRANCES OTTLEY HORNE DAUGHTER OF THOMAS MORGAN ESQ RE OF S T VINCENT W. INDIES CALLED TO REST APRIL 22 ND AGED 71 YEARS. I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVETH DIED AT 44 S T JAMES SQUARE, BATH MAJOR GENERAL J. C. HORNE. B.S.C. LATE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL IN INDIA AGED 61 YEARS. DEEPLY MOURNED AND REGRETTED. Headstone surmounted by a cross. British Library, Bengal Army Service List 1854 includes: Horne, John Charles IOR/L/MIL/10/59/572 The death of Frances Ottley Horne, aged 71, was registered 1874/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Frances Ottley Horne, aged 71, of 16 Henrietta St, was buried on 25 Apr D.Na.25 Sophia Lewsey ( ) From the burial order book: John Charles Horne, aged 61, of St James Square, was buried on 13 Jan From the National Probate Calendar 1891: 5 May. The Will of John Charles Horne late of 44 St. James-square Bath in the County of Somerset Major-General in the Bengal Staff Corps who died 9 January 1891 at 44 St. James-square was proved at Bristol by Charles John Cox of Holywell House Wrotham in the County of Kent Esquire and Thomas Spooner Soden of 1 Hare- Court-Temple in the City of London Barrister-at-Law the Executors. Personal Estate 1,873 14s. 5d. No memorial found. In the 1871 census at 8 Fountain Buildings, Walcot, Bath: Sophia Lewsey, aged 80, unmarried, lodger, annuitant, born in London. From the burial register: Sophia Lewsey, aged 84, of 5 Hampton Row, was buried on 9 May From the National Probate Calendar 1874: 18 May. The Will of Sophia Lewsey late of 5 Hampton-row in the Parish of Bathwick in the City of Bath Spinster who died 4 May 1874 at 5 Hampton-row was proved at Bristol by Sarah Braden of 57 Manorstreet Clapham in the County of Surrey the sole Executrix. Effects under 200. D-386

196 D.Na.26 Anna Maria Barnes ( ) The burial order book has the location as opposite 26N and the index as Na.26. No memorial found. The death of Anna Maria Barnes, aged 49, was registered 1875/Q1 Bath. From the burial register & burial order book: Anna Maria Barnes, aged 45, of Elms Lea, died on 2 Jan 1875 and was buried on 5 Jan D.Na.27 George Creese ( ) Ann Creese ( ) The burial order book has the location as 27O and the O has been overwritten by N. According the index the location is Na.36. No memorial found. The marriage of George Creese to Ann Eyres at St Thomas à Becket, Widcombe, Bath was registered 1848/Q1 Bath. The birth of Sarah Ann Creese was registered 1848/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Eyers. In the 1871 census at Grove Street, Bath: George Creese, aged 40, gardener, born at Wobbow (!) (Som), wife Ann, aged 55, born at Westbury (Wilts), and daughter Sarah A, aged 22, unmarried, dressmaker, born at Bath. From the burial register: George Creese, aged 53, of Grove Cottage, was buried on 28 Aug D.Na.28 Sarah Hayward ( ) William Hayward ( ) South: In Loving Memory of SARAH WIDOW OF WILLIAM HAYWARD, BORN FEBRUARY 21 ST DIED MARCH 15 TH NOT LOST BUT GONE BEFORE. From the burial register: Ann Creese, aged 67, of Grove Cottage, was buried on 13 Jan Pitched 4 ways. D-387

197 The birth of Rosina Hayward was registered 1838/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Manners. The birth of Matilda Hayward was registered 1840/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Manners. The birth of William Hayward was registered 1842/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Manners. The marriage of William Hayward to Catharine Sarah Careley was registered 1860/Q2 Bristol. In the 1861 census at 9 Bathwick Street, Bath: William Haywood, aged 47, bath chairman, born at Melksham (Wilts), wife Sarah, aged 49, dressmaker, born at Headdington (Wilts), children: Rosina, aged 22, born at Bath, and Matilda, aged 20, born at Bath, and a lodger. In the 1861 census at 18 Westgate Street, Bath: William Hayward, aged 20, bookseller s clerk, born at Bath, and wife Catherine S, aged 20, milliner & dressmaker, born at Bath. The birth of Walter Manners Hayward was registered 1863/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Careley. The death of William Hayward, aged 53, was registered 1867/Q4 Bath. In the 1871 census at 8 Bathwick Street, Bath: William Hayward, aged 29, accountant, born at Bath, wife Catherine S, aged 29, born at Bath, children: Walter M, aged 7, born at Bath, Rosa M, aged 5, born at Bath, Blanche M, aged 3, born at Bath, and Florence S, aged 2, born at Bath, and a servant. From the burial register: Sarah Hayward, aged 66, of Bathwick St, was buried on 20 Mar 1876, The death of Catharine Sarah Hayward, aged 51, was registered 1892/Q4 Bath. From the burial order book: Catherine Sara Hayward, aged 51, of 16 Bathwick St, was buried on 12 Oct From the burial register: Rosina Hayward, aged 75, of 19 Daniel St, was buried on 3 Apr See also D.P.40. D-388

198 D.Na.29 Grace Catherine Pinch ( ) Frederick Pinch ( ) In Loving Remembrance of Grace Catherine the beloved Wife of Frederick Pinch, who died September 22 nd 1881 Aged 39 Years Thy will be done. Headstone surmounted by a cross. Front surface separating from the rest. Traces of red pigment indicate that once some of the letters were gilded. The marriage of Frederick Pinch to Grace Catherine Biggs at St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick was registered 1863/Q4 Bath. The birth of Rosalie Helen Pinch was registered 1876/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Biggs. In the 1881 census at 17 Edward Street, Bath: Frederick Pinch, aged 39, accountant, born at Bath, wife Grace, C, aged 39, born at Bath, daughter Helen R, aged 5, born at Bath, and two servants. From the burial register: Grace Catherine Pinch, aged 39, of 17 Edward St, was buried on 26 Sep D.Na.30 Elizabeth Hiles Edbrooke ( ) Nathaniel Edbrooke ( ) IN Loving Memory of ELIZABETH HILES THE BELOVED WIFE OF NATHANIEL EDBROOKE, WHO ENTERED INTO REST JUNE 8 TH 1883 AGED 60. Also See also D. N.36. D-389

199 NATHANIEL EDBROOKE Headstone and kerb. HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE WHO PEACEFULLY PASSED AWAY MAY 22 ND 1893 AGED 75. HEAVEN IS MY HOME The marriage of Nathaniel Edbrooke to Louisa Roberts at St James, Bath was registered 1841/Q3 Bath. The death of Louisa Elizabeth Edbrooke, aged 0, was registered 1842/Q3 Bath. The death of Louisa Edbrooke was registered 1844/Q4 Bedminster. The marriage of Nathaniel Edbrooke to Elizabeth Hiles Hitchens at St James, Bath was registered 1847/Q2 Bath. In the 1881 census at 3 Pulteney Street, Bath: Nathaniel Edbrook, aged 63, retired bootmaker, born at Tarr (Som), wife Elizh H, aged 57, born at Frome (Som), and children: Wm H, aged 26, draper, born at Bath, and Selina L, aged 24, born at Bath. The death of Elizabeth Hiles Edbrooke, aged 60, was registered 1883/Q2 Bath. From the burial register: Elizabeth Hiles Edbrooke, aged 60, of 3 Pulteney Gardens, was buried on 12 Jun D.Na.31 John Morris Webb ( ) Elizabeth Webb ( ) IN Loving Memory of JOHN MORRIS WEBB WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE SEPTEMBER 17 TH 1888 AGED 71 YEARS...THE DAYS OF... Also of ELIZABETH WEBB WIDOW OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED DECEMBER 30 TH 1893, AGED 82 YEARS. The death of Nathaniel Edbrooke, aged 75, was registered 1893/Q2 Bath. From the burial order book: Nathaniel Edbrooke, aged 75, of 3 Pulteney St, was buried on 25 May Headstone and kerb. The marriage of John Morris Webb to Elizabeth Edbrooke was registered 1848/Q4 Shoreditch. In the 1851 census at 38 Castle Street, St Martin in the Fields, London: D-390

200 John M Webb, aged 33, master butcher employing 2 men, born at Frome (Som), wife Elizabeth, aged 36, born in Somerset, son William E, aged 7, born at St Martin (Middx), and three servants. In the 1881 census at 6 Gunnersbury Place, Chiswick (Middx): John M Webb, aged 63, butcher, born at Frome (Som), wife Elizabeth, aged 68, born at Old Cleave (Som), and two servants. From the burial order book: John Morris Webb, aged 71, of 14 Prior Park Bdgs, was buried on 21 Sep D.Na.32 Henry Cox ( ) From the burial order book: Elizabeth Webb, aged 82, of Prior Park Bdgs, was buried on 4 Jan No memorial found. In the 1881 census at Sydney Wharf, Bath: Henry Cox, aged 69, widower, coal merchant, born at St Georges (Som), and a lodger. D.Na.33 Martha Wilkey ( ) Richard Cooper Wilkey ( ) From the burial order book: Henry Cox, aged 74, of Sydney Wharf, was buried on 11 Feb From the National Probate Calendar 1885: 16 March. The Will of Henry Cox late of Sydney Wharf in the Parish of Bathwick in the City of Bath Coal Merchant who died 5 February 1885 at Sydney Wharf was proved at Bristol by Mary Ann Cox of Sydney Wharf Widow the Relict the sole Executrix. Personal Estate 202 7s. The probate indicates that between the 1881 census and his death Henry Cox remarried. No memorial found. The marriage of Richard Cooper Wilkey to Martha Sims was registered 1847/Q4 Bristol. The birth of Louisa Wilkey was registered 1850/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Sims. The birth of William Wilkey was registered 1871/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Sims. In the 1881 census at 3 Henrietta Buildings, Bath: Richard Wilkie, aged 60, butchers assistant, born at Bath, wife Martha, aged 50, born at Bath, children: Louisa, aged 30, dressmaker, born at Bath, and D-391

201 William, aged 10, born at Bath. The death of Martha Wilkey, aged 57, was registered 1888/Q1 Bath. From the burial order book: Martha Wilkie, aged 57, of Henrietta Bdgs, was buried on 22 Mar The book does not give a plot but the entry for Richard Cooper Wilkey (see below) states that a grave was reopened. D.Na.34 Mary Ann Broom ( ) THIS STONE IS ERECTED BY HER THREE DAUGHTERS IN LOVING AND GRATEFUL MEMORY OF MARY ANN BROOM WHO FELL ASLEEP AT BATH JULY 1 ST 1890 AGED 77 YEARS THE MEMORY OF THE JUST IS BLESSED PROVERBS X.7.V FATHER IN THY GRACIOUS KEEPING, LEAVE WE NOW THY SERVANT SLEEPING. From the burial order book: Richard Cooper Wilkey, aged 76 of Henrietta Bdgs, was buried on 12 Mar From the National Probate Calendar 1896: WILKEY Richard Cooper of 3 Henriettabuildings Bathwick Bath died 7 March 1896 Probate London 20 March to George Smith coastguardsman Effects 105 3s. 1d. Cross on 3 plinths and kerb. In the 1881 census at 9 Marine Parade, Dawlish (Devon): Mary A Broom, aged 67, widow, annuitant, born at Shadwell (Middx), and daughter Fanny, aged 37, unmarried, land & dividends, born at Uffculme (Devon). From the burial order book: Mary Ann Broom, aged 77, of 16 Edward St, was buried on 5 Jul From the National Probate Calendar 1890: 20 September. The Will of Mary Ann Broom formerly of 9 Marine-parade Dawlish but late of Uffculme in the County of Devon Widow who died 1 July 1890 at Bath in the County of Somerset was proved at Exeter by Mary England Venn (Wife of Robert Warren Venn) of Northcott in Uffculme Fanny Broom of Stowe in the County of Buckingham Spinster and Ann Warren (Wife of the Reverend John Warren, Clerk) of Stowe the Daughters the Executrixes. Personal Estate 6,441 13s. 1d. D.Na.34a Alfred Alford (1888- No memorial found. D-392

202 1894) Ernest Alford ( ) The birth of Alfred Alford was registered 1888/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Elley. In the 1891 census at 4 Hampton Ro, Bath: George E Alford, aged 31, embosser, born at Bath, wife Mary, aged 33, born at Bath, six children of which the fifth was Alfred, aged 3, born at Bath. From the burial order book: Alfred Alford, aged 5, of 4 Hampton Row, was buried on 23 Jan The birth of Ernest Alford was registered 1896/Q1 Bath, mother s maiden name: Elley. D.Na.35 Elizabeth Pavitt ( ) Anna Skinner ( ) Samuel James Pavitt ( ) East: West: IN LOVING MEMORY OF ELIZABETH PAVITT WHO FELL ASLEEP SEPT 7 TH 1893 AGED 71. ANNA SKINNER WHO DIED JANUARY 30 TH 1892 AGED 76. THY WILL BE DONE. From the burial order book: Ernest Alford, aged 3, of Hampton Row, was buried on 2 Jun Cross on 3 plinths. Residues of red pigment indicate that some letters were originally gilded. North: ALSO OF HER FATHER SAMUEL JAMES PAVITT (OF ROSE COTTAGE, BATHWICK) WHO DIED FEB. 5 TH 1896 AGED 66. The marriage of Samuel James Pavitt to Elizabeth Skinner was registered 1853/Q1 Bath. In the 1891 census at Rose Cottage, Vellore Lane, Bathwick, Bath: Samuel J Pavitt, aged 61, nurseryman & florist, born at Sawbridgeworth (Herts), wife Elizabeth, aged 67, born at Sidmouth (Devon), children: Laura E, aged 34, unmarried, dairy keeper, born at Bath, Samuel J, aged 31, unmarried, nurseryman & florist, born at Bath, and Louisa, aged 30, unmarried, dairy keeper, born at Bath, and D-393

203 a niece. In the 1891 census at 6 Argyle Street, Bath: Anna Skinner, aged 71, unmarried, living on own means, born at Sidmouth (Devon). From the burial register: Anna Skinner, aged 75, of 7 Argyle St, was buried on 4 Feb From the National Probate Calendar 1892: SKINNER Anna of 7 Argyle street Bath spinster died 30 January 1892 Probate Bristol 26 February to Samuel James Pavitt nurseryman Effects s. resworn June s. 11d. From the burial order book: Elizabeth Pavitt, aged 74, of Vellore Lane, was buried on 14 Sep From the burial order book: Samuel James Pavitt, aged 65, of Sham Castle Lane, was buried on 11 Feb D.Na.36 Frances Jean Jameson ( ) Selina Helen Jenner ( ) Constance Elizabeth Jenner ( ) East: North: South: In loving memory of FRANCES JEAN JAMESON WHO FELL ASLEEP APRIL 16 TH 1891 AGED 91 R.I.P. [Also of] SELINA HELEN JENNER ENTERED INTO REST APRIL 29 TH 1901 UNTIL THE RESURRECTION MORNING. Also of CONSTANCE ELIZABETH JENNER ENTERED INTO REST DEC. 25 TH 1912 FATHER IN THY GRACIOUS KEEPING. See also D.N.35. Cross on 3 plinths. Incised inscription. In the 1891 census at 2 Sydney Place, Bath: Selina J Jenner, aged 68, widow, living on own means, born in India, Frances J Jameson, aged 91, widow, mother, living on own means, born on St Helena Island, Constance Jenner, aged 43, unmarried, daughter, born at Fareham (Hants), and three servants. From the burial order book: Frances Jean Jameson, aged 91, of 2 Sydney Place, was buried on 21 Apr From the burial register: Selina Helen Jenner, aged 75, of 7 Sydney Place, was buried on 4 May D-394

204 D.Na.37 R.I.P. From the burial register: Constance Elizabeth Jenner, aged 65, of 1 Woodville Rd, Ealing, was buried on 30 Dec Robert Samuel Palmer ( ) John Palmer IN MEMORY OF ROBERT SAMUEL PALMER SON OF THE REV D JOHN PALMER, TORRINGTON, DEVON. BORN 16. MARCH 1802, DIED 21. APRIL I KNOW THAT MY REDEEMER LIVETH. Slab in pink and grey polished granite with curved upper surface. The lead inscription is proud of the surface. Will of Reverend John Palmer, Clerk of Great Torrington, Devon, date 14 Mar 1827, PROB 11/1723. In the 1891 census at 29 Pulteney Street, Bath: Robert S Palmer, aged 89, widower, solicitor (retired), born at Torrington (Devon), Maria L B Palmer, aged 41, unmarried, daughter, living on own means, born in London, Helen B Rochfort, aged 40, married, daughter, living on own means, born in London, two grand-daughters and two servants. From the burial order book: Robert Samuel Palmer, aged 89, of 29 Pulteney St, was buried on 24 Apr There is an entry in the Dictionary of Australian Biography for Sir James Frederick Palmer ( ) which has son of the Rev. John Palmer, was born at Torrington, Devonshire, England, on 7 June His father was a nephew of Sir Joshua Reynolds. Palmer was educated for the medical profession, practised in London, and for a time was surgeon at St Thomas s hospital. He came to Melbourne at the end of September 1840, and in addition to practising his profession, was proprietor of a cordial manufactory.... D-395

205 D.Na.38 From Bengal, Past & Present: Journal of the Calcutta Historical Society (1907): For Gwatkin s mother, Theophila Palmer, was Sir Joshua s favourite niece Offie and is the original of the charming Strawberry Girl in the Wallace collection at Hertford House while her husband, who was a Cornish squire, was chief mourner at Sir Joshua s funeral. Their elder son. Edward Gwatkin ( ) served in the Bengal Army from 1805 to 1855 and rose to the rank of Major-General: he died at sea in April 1855 on board the Hotspur, when off the English cost. The elder sister of Offie married the Marquis of Thomond and plays a prominent part in the Farington Diary: the father, John Palmer, who married Reynolds sister, was an attorney at Torrington in Devon. Charles Walter Thompson ( ) Norah Florence Frances John ( ) East: IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF CHARLES WALTER THOMPSON WHO PASSED PEACEFULLY AWAY MARCH 19 TH 1921 AGED 60 YEARS Hilda Copeland Thompson (1892) Dennis Edward Thompson ( ) South: North: GOD S GOOD MAN. AND OF NORAH FLORENCE FRANCES JOHN DIED NOV R 13 TH 1961 ALSO OF HILDA C. THOMPSON WHO DIED SEPT 6 TH 1892 AGED 4 MONTHS ALSO IN MEMORY OF HIS SON DENNIS, DIED JULY 25 TH 1934, AGED 35 YEARS. Cross on 3 plinths. For the last three lines of the inscription on the eastern side almost all the lead has gone. The birth of Charles Walter Thompson was registered 1860/Q3 Newcastle T. The marriage of Charles Walter Thompson to Alice Emma Copeland was registered 1890/Q2 Bridgend. The birth of Norah Florence Frances Thompson was registered 1891/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Copeland. The birth of Hilda Copeland Thompson was registered 1892/Q2 Bath, mother s maiden name: Copeland. From the burial register Hilda Copland Thompson, aged 4 months, of 29 Sydney Bdgs, was buried on 9 Sep The birth of Dennis Edward Thompson was registered 1899/Q3 Bath, mother s maiden name: Copeland. D-396

206 In the 1901 census at 30 Newbridge Road, Weston, Bath: C W Thompson, aged 40, pawnbroker & jeweller employer, born at Newcastle-on-Tyne, wife A E, aged 35, born at Merthyr Tydfil, three children and two servants. From the Post Office Bath Directory 1912: From the burial register: Charles Walter Thompson, aged 60, of 9 Shelley Rd, Bath, was buried on 23 Mar The marriage of Norah Frances F Thompson to Clifford Morley John at St Luke s, Lyncombe, Bath was registered 1921/Q3 Bath. From the burial register: Dennis Edward Thompson, aged 35, of 9 Sydney Pl, Bath, was buried on 28 Jul D.Na.40 Eliza Battelle Gibbs ( ) The death of Norah F F John, aged 70, was registered 1961/Q4 Bath. From the burial register: Norah Florence Frances John, aged 70, of Beckford Gdns, was buried on 16 Nov No memorial found. The marriage of Eliza Battelle to Walter Ormsby Gibbs was registered D-397

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