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Monumental Inscriptions of St Peter Church, Bredhurst  - recorded by D. E. Williams 

Section A  South of the church, from the West end of nave to East end of
                          South Chapel, to South wall of churchyard

1.   Headstone and Body Stone

IN MEMORY OF
WILLIAM EDWARD
SECOND SON OF
THOMAS ANDREWS
PERPETUAL CURATE OF THIS PARISH
AND RACHEL HIS WIFE
WHO DIED 14th FEBY. 1840
AGED 18 YEARS

2.   Headstone

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
REVD. THOMAS ANDREWS M. A.
LATE INCUMBANT
OF THIS PARISH
HE DIED AUGUST THE NINTH 1855
AGED 79 YEARS
"Be thou Faithful unto Death,
And I will give thee a Crown
Of Life"

Rear
ALSO
T. D. ANDREWS, B. D.
FELLOW OF CORPUS CHRISTI
COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
AND SON OF REV. T. ANDREWS
DIED 10th DECEMBER 1878
AGED 61 YEARS
"The Souls of the Righteous are
in the Hands of God"

3.   Headstone and Curbs

IN LOVING MEMORY OF
JOHN
THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF
HARRIETT COOPER
(LATE OF THE BELL INN, BREDHURST)
WHO DIED OCTOBER 7th 1910
AGED 61 YEARS
"Come unto me all ye that Labour,
And are Heavy Laden and I will give
you Rest" Matt. X1 28

4.   Cruciform Coped

South Side
IN MEMORY OF AGATHA MARY DAY BORN APRIL 9th 1863

East Side
DIED JAN. 8th 1867

North Side
ONLY DAUGHTER OF THE REV. H. C. DAY AND MARY HIS WIFE

5.   Cruciform Coped

South Side
HUBERT DAY BORN NOV. 14th 1869
IN LOVE OF MABEL CATHERINE SISTER OF

East Side
DIED JUNE 26th 1870
AGATHA MARY

North Side
FOURTH SON OF THE REV. H.C. DAY
SEPT. 21st 1863 AGED 9 WEEKS

West Side
BEATA

6.   Cruciform Coped

South Side
IN MEMORY OF CHARLES MELBOURNE DAY

East Side
BORN DEC. 12th ? 1862 DIED JANY. 29th 1881

7.   Cruciform Coped

South Side
IN LOVING MEMORY OF MARY CATHERINE WIFE OF THE REV. HERMITAGE CHARLES DAY

East Side
OF FRINDSBURY, ROCHESTER

North Side
BORN JANY. 13Th 1833 DIED AUGUST 30th 1896

8.   Cruciform Coped

South Side
IN LOVING MEMORY OF HERMITAGE CHARLES DAY BORN 13th APRIL 1833

East Side
DIED 19th SEPTEMBER 1917

North Side
VICAR OF THIS PARISH 1864 1878

DAY, REV. H. C. From the Times Obituary: Graduated from Brasenose College, Oxford 1855. Ordained 1856. Curate in Shropshire, Wiltshire and Berkshire before coming to Bredhurst.

9.   "Book" Type and Curbs

IN
LOVING MEMORY
OF
ANNIE AGNES
GOODHEW 
WHO DIED
27th SEPTEMBER 
1917
AGED 49 YEARS

ALSO
 ALBERT JOHN
 HER HUSBAND
WHO DIED
 20th MARCH
1948
 AGED 81 YEARS

GOODHEW, ALBERT Wood Dealer of Dunn Street, nephew of Ann Naylor (1901Census)

10.   Headstone and Curbs

IN MEMORIAM
SARAH HARRIS
DIED JANUARY 4th 1883
AGED 68 YEARS
ALSO JAMES HARRIS
HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE
DIED JANY. 4Th 1891 AGED 71 YEARS
"Short is our Longest Day of Life,
And soon it's Prospects End,
Yet on that Day's Uncertain Date,
Eternal Years Depend"

HARRIS, JAMES Agricultural Labourer of Lidsing (1871 Census)

11.   Headstone

IN LOVING MEMORY OF
AMY E. HUNT
DAUGHTER OF ALFRED AND EMMA
WOOD
1895 1983
EUSTACE A. W. HUNT
DIED OF CANCER IN 1937
AGED 38
ALSO REMEMBERING ERIC

12.   Pedestal

North Side
TO THE
LOVING MEMORY
OF
FANNY CECELIA
THE BELOVED WIFE OF
CHARLES JOHNSON
ALSO THIRD DAUGHTER OF
JORDAN AND FANNY
NAYLOR SENR.
OF THIS PARISH
WHO CHANGED THIS LIFE
MAY 2nd 1889
AGED 32 YEARS
"For God so Loved the World that
He Gave his only Begotten Son
That whosoever believeth in Him
Should not Perish but have Ever
Lasting Life" St. John 3. 16 v

South Side
ALSO IN
LOVING MEMORY
OF
FANNY FRANKS
SECOND DAUGHTER OF
CHARLES AND FANNY
CECELIA JOHNSON
OF THIS PARISH
WHO DIED APRIL 16th 1889
AGED 7 YEARS
"But Jesus called them unto Him"
St. Luke 18 . 16 v

West Side
ALSO
IN LOVING MEMORY
OF
CHARLES JOHNSON
WHO DIED 10th APRIL 1900
AGED 48 YEARS

JOHNSON, CHARLES General Dealer and Shop, No. 1 Dunn Street (1891 Census)

13.   Ledger on Brick Base


SOUTH OF THE CHURCH
FOREGROUND: THE LANDEN TOMB, BACKGROUND, IN FRONT
OF THE PORCH, ON THE RIGHT, THE HEADSTONE OF WILLIAM
AND ELIZABETH MUNN; ON THE LEFT, JOHN COOPER

IN MEMORY
OF
Mr JOHN LANDEN
OF CHATHAM
WHO DIED 6th NOVEMBER 1847
AGED 78 YEARS
ALSO OF
Mrs MARY LANDEN
WIFE OF THE ABOVE
WHO DIED 10th OF OCTOBER 1852
IN THE 81st YEAR OF HER AGE
NEAR THIS SPOT LIE THE REMAINS OF
JOHN MUNN LANDEN
SON OF THE ABOVE WHO DIED 6th
FEBRUARY 1843 AGED 49 YEARS
ALSO TWO DAUGHTERS AND ONE SON
WHO DIED IN THEIR INFANCY

LANDEN FAMILY John Senior, Yeoman of Waterloo Place, Chatham. Where did he farm ? (1841 Census)
John Junior, Agricultural Labourer of Capstone (1841 Census)
   Mary was Mary Munn, who married John Landen at Bredhurst in 1793. In the 1851 Census, she was living near the Gibraltar Inn in Chatham, with daughter and son in law, Nathaniel Wall, a Wheelwright.

14.   Double Headstone and Foot Stones

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
WILLM. MUNN
OF THIS PARISH WHO
DEPARTED THIS LIFE
[   ] OF JUNE 1787 
AGED 60 YEARS
SACRED
 TO THE MEMORY OF
 ELIZH. MUNN
OF THIS PARISH WHO
 DEPARTED THIS LIFE
THE 13th OF DEC. 1795
 AGED 68 YEARS

  LEFT ISSUE TWO SONS AND THREE DAUGHTERS
ALSO WILLIAM MUNN
SON OF THE ABOVE WHO DEPARTED THIS
LIFE FEBY. 24Th 1805 AGED 41 ? YEARS

MUNN, ELIZABETH Prerogative Court of Canterbury Will dated 9th July 1789
   Her half share of stable and buildings near the Bell Inn in Bredhurst, "sometime since erected by my late husband", since used as a butcher's shop in the occupation of her son William Munn, now used as a stable and outhouse in her occupation. All her other real estate, to son Thomas Munn, for ever.
   To daughter Elizabeth, wife of John Downe of Rainham, Blacksmith, 20.
   To son William 5 and a suit of mourning of not more than 5 value. To two other daughters, Jane and Mary Munn, 30 each.
   Residue to son Thomas, who is executor.
   Signs with a mark
   Witnesses: W. Bland, D. Faussett and B. ? Fausssett

15.   Headstone

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
SARAH WIFE OF WILLIAM NAYLOR
OF THIS PARISH
WHO DIED MAY THE 8th 1850
AGED 46 YEARS
"And I heard a voice from Heaven saying
Unto me, "Write, Blessed are the Dead which Die
In the Lord, from henceforth :Yea sayeth the Spirit
That they may Rest from their Labours and their
Works do follow them""

 

16.   Headstone

IN
MEMORY OF
WILLIAM NAYLOR
WHO DIED MARCH 14th 1874
AGED 73 YEARS
" Yea though we walk in the Vale of Death,
Yet will I fear no Ill,
Thy Rod and Staff do Comfort me,
And Thou are with me Still"
ALSO ANN NAYLOR
WIFE OF THE ABOVE
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE NOVR. 24Th 1907
AGED 86 ? YEARS
"Her End was Peace"

William Naylor, died 1874, Wood Dealer of Dunn Street (1871 Census)

17.   Red Granite Coped

North Side
IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF
FANNY THE BELOVED WIFE OF JORDAN NAYLOR
WHO DIED FEB. 22nd 1893 IN HER 69th YEAR
"Simply Trusting in Jesus"
ALSO MARY DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE BORN FEB. 25th 1852 DIED APRIL 29th 1856

South Side
ALSO JORDAN NAYLOR
WHO DIED FEBY. 7Th 1912 IN HIS 87th YEAR
ALSO JOSHUA SON OF THE ABOVE BORN MAY 13th 1863 DIED MAY 6th 1864

Jordan Naylor, died 1912, Farmer and Wood Merchant, of Rose Cottage (1901& 1911 Census)

NAYLOR see JOHNSON

18.   Large Headstone

SACRED
TOT HE MEMORY OF
ISAAC PEMBLE, YEOMAN OF THIS PARISH
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 10th OF OCTOBER
1826 AGED 66 YEARS
ALSO ELIZTH. WIFE OF THE ABOVE
WHO DIED 29th OF JANY. 1831 AGED 74 YEARS
ALSO TWO SONS OF THE ABOVE VIZ. RICHARD AND
WILLIAM WHO DIED IN THEIR INFANCY
LEFT SURVIVING FIVE SONS AND TWO DAUGHTERS
VIZ. HENRY, ISAAC, GEORGE, RICHARD,
THOMAS, ANN AND SARAH

Isaac Pemble, Farmer. P.C.C. Will dated 24th August 1824
   All freehold and leasehold property in Cage Lane, Gillingham (now in Chatham), and on Chatham Hill to wife Elizabeth for life. She to keep in good repair and pay rents on leaseholds. She also gets household goods, furniture, etc., dead farming stock and husbandry implements to enable her to carry on farming business as she thinks fit. She also gets dividends and interest on all his investments in the Public Funds, or due to him on mortgage, etc. Residue to her for life. If she does not carry on farming business, then this to be offered to son Thomas (on the usual valuation). He is to give securities to executors for this valuation, which is to be invested in Public Funds. Wife to have interest of this for her life. After she dies property in Cage Lane in occupation of [    ] Honey and 4 leasehold cottages on Chatham Hill occupied by James Norman and others, and household goods, real and personal estate to sons Henry and George, Upon Trust, to be sold.
   In case son Thomas has not been "appraised" into the farm at Bredhurst, and he is inclined to take it, the Landlord of lady should accept him as tenant. He should be appraised and become a debtor to the estate to the amount of the appraisal, unless he pays the sum down.
   Sons Henry and George to pay money from above sales equally among testator's children, Henry, George, Isaac, Richard, Thomas and Sarah wife of Jesse Green. Of the remaining seventh part half to daughter Ann wife of Stephen Stoneham, the other half to Elizabeth Pemble, now living with the testator, she is the "natural" daughter of his daughter, Ann Stoneham. Sons to whom he has advanced money , should have paid interest to their mother, if they have not, sums advanced are to be taken from their legacies.
   If any of his children or grand daughter, Elizabeth, should die before his wife, leaving children, then the child or children to share parent's portion. Wife and sons Henry and George, executors.
   Witnesses: J. Stephens, Joanna Stephens and Sarah R. Stephens

Codicil dated 3rd June 1826
   His will ordained a seventh part of money from above sale, after his wife's death, to son Richard. Executors are to place this seventh part in Public Funds. Interest to son Richard for life. After Richard's death, Upon Trust, for any child or children he may leave,. If no children, then shared among other sons and daughters above named; if any of them die leaving children then their share to those children. Rest of will stands.
   Witnesses: J. Stephens, M. S. Stephens and Edward Brooks
   Proved 8th May 1827

19.   Headstone

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
Mr THOMAS PEMBLE
WHO DIED 10th SEPTEMBER 1861
AGED 65 YEARS
ALSO HARRIET WIFE [OF THE ABOVE]
WHO DIED MARCH 23red ? 1892 AGED 85 YEARS
"Her End was Peace"
ALSO ELIZABETH DAUGHTER OF
THE ABOVE
WHO DIED 6th SEPTEMBER 1834
AGED 18 MONTHS
"Them which Sleep in Jesus will
God bring with Him"

Thomas Pemble, died 1861, Farmer of 130 acres, employing 3 men and 2 boys (1861 Census)

20.   Large Ledger

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
HENRY PEMBLE LATE OF EAST MALLING, KENT
WHO DIED 17th MARCH 1865 AGED 76 YEARS
LEAVING A WIDOW AND TEN CHILDREN VIZ. 7 SONS AND 2
DAUGHTERS
"Blessed are the Dead which Die in the Lord"
ALSO ELIZABETH PEMBLE WIFE OF THE ABOVE
WHO DIED 15th NOVEMBER 1865 AGED 82 YEARS
"The Lord is my Shepherd, therefore I want Nothing"
ALSO THOMAS PEMBLE
WHO DIED 12th OCTOBER 1909 AGED 80 YEARS

Henry Pemble, died 1865, Farmer of Ivy House, East Malling, 245 acres employing 13 men and 5 boys

Thomas Pemble, died 1909, Grazier of Green House, Bredhurst (1901 Census)

21.   Curbs

F. J. PYE BORN 1871 DIED 1889
[FREDERICK PYE buried March 6th aged 18 years]

22.   "Book" Type and Curbs

IN
LOVING MEMORY
OF MY DEAR
FATHER AND MOTHER
WILLIAM RAYFIELD
DIED 28th FEB. 1939?
AGED 75
AND
 ROSA ELIZABETH
 RAYFIELD
DIED 26th APRIL 1950
 AGED 88
 RESPECTED BY
THEIR SON ALBERT

William Rayfield  Died 1933, at Yelsted, Stockbury (Register)

23.   Curbs

IN LOVING MEMORY OF HARRY CHARLES COOPER TERRY
DIED 1st SEPTEMBER 1943 AGED 65 YEARS "At Rest"

WARMINGTON see WINCH

24.   Classical Chest Tomb


SOUTH OF THE CHURCH
THE WINCH / WARMINGTON TOMB

North Side

SACRED
TO
THE MEMORY OF
EDWARD WINCH
OF CHATHAM, KENT
WHO DIED 20th APRIL 1872
AGED 60 YEARS
IN LOVING MEMORY OF EDITH GRANVILLE BELOVED WIFE OF 
ISAAC WINCH WHO DIED XMAS EVE 1908 AGED 62 
IN LOVING MEMORY OF EMMA WIFE OF
GEORGE WINCH DIED 1st APRIL 1832 AGED 83

SACRED
 TO
 THE MEMORY OF
THE WIFE OF
ELIZA EDWARD WINCH
 OF CHATHAM, KENT
 WHO DIED 1st JUNE 1885
AGED 78 YEARS

IN LOVING MEMORY OF ISAAC WINCH
DIED 1st JUNE 1916 AGED 70 YEARS

 South Side

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
EDWARD WINCH
THE YOUNGER
WHO DIED 3rd SEPTEMBER 1894
AGED 58 YEARS
SACRED
 TO THE MEMORY OF
 JOSEPHINE SYDNEY
 THE BELOVED WIFE OF
 RICHARD WINCH
 WHO DIED AT BLACKHEATH
18th JANUARY 1878
AGED 28 YEARS

 IN MEMORY OF RICHARD BLUETT WINCH SON OF GEORGE WINCH BORN ? JULY 1879 DIED ? JANUARY1922
IN LOVING MEMORY OF RICHARD WINCH SECOND SON OF EDWARD WINCH BORN 19th ? APRIL 1839 ? DIED 26th AUGUST 1918 (one line, both on same line)
IN LOVING MEMORY OF ELIZA ANN THE BELOVED WIFE OF
RICHARD WINCH DIED 3rd AUGUST 1921

West Side
TO THE MEMORY OF
CORNELIUS MARSHALL
WARMINGTON
1st BARONET
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
12th DECEMBER 1908
BORN 5th JUNE 1842
ANNIE CORNELIA WARMINGTON
DIED 2nd OCTOBER 1883 AGED 7 YEARS
LAWRENCE HUGH WARMINGTON
DIED 22nd DECEMBER 1886 AGED 13 YEARS

East Side

IN
LOVING MEMORY OF
MARY CLARKE
WIFE OF
GEORGE WINCH
OF HOLCOMBE, CHATHAM
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
19th AUGUST 1905
ALSO OF
GEORGE WINCH
HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
ON THE 22nd FEBRUARY 1914
AGED 71 YEARS

EDITH BLUETT DAUGHTER OF GEORGE AND MARY WINCH
DIED 23rd ? JULY 1881 AGED 5 YEARS
MILDRED ANNIE BLUETT
DAUGHTER OF GEORGE AND MARY WINCH
DIED 2nd APRIL 1878 AGED 6 WEEKS

Edward Winch, Brewer of Chatham, employing 20 men, 1 brewer and 2 clerks (1881 Census)

Isaac Winch, Farmer of Court Lodge (1882 Kelly's Directory), in 1901 (Census) living on own means at Northfleet; died at 21 Borstal road, Rochester (Register)

Richard Winch, Member of the London Stock Exchange, living at Kidbrooke (1901 Census); died at Sidmouth (Times)

George Winch, Solicitor, first Mayor of Chatham, 1890. He married Mary Clarke Bluett at Brighton in 1866

Sir Cornelius Warmington
One of the most distinguished lawyers of his time, he was of humble origins, and was articled to a firm of solicitors in Lincoln's Inn. Called to the Bar in 1869, by the Middle Temple. Practised as a conveyancing and equity draughtsman. Became one of the leading juniors at Lincoln's Inn. In 1882 he became a Q.C., his career advanced rapidly from that time. In 1886 he became Liberal M.P. for West Monmouthshire. Among his various offices, he was a member of the Counsel for Legal Education, President of the Counsel for Law Reporting, Chairman of the General Counsel of the Bar, Treasurer of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple and a member of the Senate of the University of London.
   When the Liberals won the 1906 general election, he was expected to become a Judge at the Chancery Division or even a Lord Justice of the Court of Appeal, this did not happen; he may have been offered a post but turned it down ? He was in that year, created a Baronet. He had retired by time he was made a Baronet, but shortly before his death, was on the Royal Commission on the Land Transfer Acts.
   He married Annie, youngest daughter of Edward Winch, in 1871. He was said to have a rather loud voice and forceful character, although from the beginning of his career he was beyond doubt, "an admirable advocate" (Times)

25.   Headstone


THE FOUR WISE HEADSTONES, WEST OF THE PORCH
LEFT TO RIGHT: THOMAS WISE, 1770, ANN,1761, ELIZABETH, 1768, JOHN, 1769
HENRY WISE, 1821
REBECCA WISE, 1810
MARY WISE, 1815, HENRY, 1824

IN MEMORY OF
THO. WISE WHO DIED 17th JUNE
1770 AGED [ ]8 YEARS
LIKEWISE AN HIS WIFE DIED
MAY 13th 1761 AGED [  ]7 YEARS
LEFT ISSUE ONE SON AND 3 DAUGHRS.
HENRY, ELIZTH., ANN AND MARY
ALSO ELIZABETH DIED MAY [   ]
1768 AGED 80 YEARS
LIKEWISE JOHN WISE DIED
SEPTEMBER 15th ? 1769 AGED 30 ? YEARS

John Wise, Yeoman of Lidsing, Peculiar of the Deanery of Shoreham Will, dated 6th July 1769
   "Not well in body" To sisters Elizabeth, Ann and Mary, 10 each. To wife Mary 70 within 3 years after his death, interest from this to be paid from 1 year after his death. Residue to brother Henry, he and Nixon Quarrington of Chatham, Yeoman , are executors.
   Witnesses: Wm. Twopenny and J. Mumford
   Proved 18th October 1769

Thomas Wise, Yeoman of Darling Green, Gillingham. P.C.C. Will dated 5th June 1770
   "Not well in body" To Elizabeth Mascall, his housekeeper and servant, 15 To Winny Mascall child of Elizabeth, "now aged 16 months", 20 at 21 years; if she dies before 21,the "20 equally shared among his children, Henry, Elizabeth wife of Pelham Sutton, Ann wife of William Beaumont and Mary wife of John Goldwell.
   During the infancy of Winny, the 20 to be invested , to help with her maintenance.
   Residue of money, securities, personal estate to his 4 children, equally. The 15 given to Elizabeth Mascall shall not be part of any wages due to her at his death. Son in law, William Beaumont of Chatham, Labourer, and John Goldwell of Wormshill, Blacksmith, are executors.
   Signs with mark
   Witnesses: Mary Staples and Wm. Twopenny
   Proved 18th June 1770

Thomas Wise the Elder, Farmer of Lidsing, Gillingham. P.C.C. Will dated 30th March 1816
   To daughter Mary wife of Thomas Munn of Chart, Farmer, 150. To daughter Hannah Wise, "now residing with me", 200. To daughter Elizabeth wife of James Stiles of Chatham, Baker, 200. To daughter Ann wife of James Taylor of Rainham, Shopkeeper, 200; within 3 years of his death.
    To grand daughter Elizabeth Wise Styles daughter of Elizabeth, 50 at 21 years or day of marriage; interest from this towards her maintenance and education. Annuity of 20 to daughter Hannah.
   His properties and lands in Gillingham or elsewhere in his occupation or of his tenants, to sons, John, Henry and William, all farmers of Gillingham, equally.
   His son who carries on his farming business, is to allow sister Hannah to reside and have board in testator's present house or house he occupies at death. She to live as one of the family and pay no rent or do anything for her board and lodging.
   If she wants to live elsewhere she is to have the annuity of 20, from real and personal estate. If she dies unmarried the annuity due to date, to her executors as she may bequeath.
   Ready money, investments, mortgages, bonds, debts, live and dead stock, implements, household goods and furniture, etc., to his 3 sons, they are also executors.
   Witnesses: J. Stephens, J.C. Stephens and M.S. Stephens
   Proved 8th January 1828, Administration to sons John and William, surviving executors; son Henry died 1821 (see Headstone)

26.   Headstone

IN MEMORY OF
REBECCA DAUGHTER OF
HENRY AND MARY WISE
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE NOV. [   ] 1810
AGED 40 YEARS
"My Parents Dear Weep not for Me,
[    ] from Sin hath set Me Free,
[From ?] you to Part did [Break ?] my Heart,
But Endless Bliss ensue,
[    ] the first [    ]"

27.   Headstone

IN MEMORY
OF
MARY WIFE OF HENRY WISE
OF LIDGEN
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE JUNE 20th 1815
AGED 62 YEARS
"Whilst in this World I did Remain,
My Latter Days were Grief and Pain,
But when the Lord did think it Best,
He took Me to a Place of Rest"
ALSO THE ABOVE HENRY WISE OF LIDSING
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE DECEMBER 14th 1824
AGED 76 YEARS
LEFT 2 SONS AND 4 DAUGHTERS VIZ. JOHN,
WM., MARY, HANNAH, ELIZH. AND ANN
"He only leave a World of Pain,
And part to meet in Heaven [Again]"

28.   Headstone

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
HENRY WISE, JUNIOR
WHO DIED AT LIDGEN OR LIDSING
[   ] MARCH 1821
AGED 47 YEARS
[Worn Verses]

29.   Curbs

North Side

IN LOVING MEMORY OF ALFRED WOOD WHO DIED 20th JUNE 1946 AGED 80 YEARS

South Side

ALSO HIS WIFE EMMA WOOD WHO DIED 3rd JULY 1950 AGED 79 YEARS

Alfred Wood, Charcoal Burner (1901 Census)

WOOD see HUNT

END OF SECTION A

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