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Monumental Inscriptions of St Helen's Church, Cliffe - recorded by D. E. Williams 2011

Section C  is north of Section B.

PRE 1930 GRAVES ONLY

22.   Headstone

IN LOVING MEMORY
OF
OUR DEAR SON
ARCHIBALD ERNEST APPS
WHO DIED 22nd DEC. 1916
AGED 21 YEARS
"Thy Will be Done"

In the 1901 Census in Burham, the son of Pharoah Apps, a Cement Labourer.

23.   Headstone


GEORGE & ELLA ELSE AT THE  CANAL TAVERN, CLIFFE CREEK

IN
AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE
OF
ELLA SPRATLEY
THE DEARLY BELOVED WIFE OF
GEORGE STEPHEN ELSE
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
THE 19th DAY OF JULY 1919
AGED 62 YEARS
"At Rest"
AND ALSO OF THE ABOVE
GEORGE STEPHEN ELSE
WHO DIED 6th FEBRUARY 1929
AGED 73 YEARS
"The Lord gave and the Lord
hath taken away"

I presume this is the same George Else who ran the Canal Tavern, Cliffe Creek, 1903 Directory. The Census records: 1881 at St. Mary Hoo, George Else, Wheelwright and 1901, Engine Fitter, Cooperage House, Cliffe Creek.

24.   Headstone

IN
MEMORY
OF
THOMAS HOUNSELL
DIED SEPTEMBER 10th 1858
AGED 44 YEARS
ALSO ELIZABETH
WIFE OF THE ABOVE
DIED MARCH 8th 1880
AGED 66 YEARS
"Thy Will be Done"

Thomas Hounsell lived in Reed Street and was an Agricultural Labourer, 1851 Census.

25.   Headstone

[IN MEMORY OF ?]
THOMAS ERNEST JEFFERY
DIED NOVEMBER 15th 1907
AGED 32 YEARS
"On that happy Easter Morning,
All the graves their dead restore,
Father, Sister, Child and Mother
Meet once more"

26.   Headstone

IN
LOVING MEMORY
OF
JOHN
THE BELOVED SON OF
CLARA KRAEMER
WHO FELL ASLEEP SEPT. 18th 1927
AGED 20 YEARS
"He sleeps in Jesus"
ALSO OF ROBERT KRAEMER
FATHER OF THE ABOVE
DIED APRIL 6th 1924
AGED 52 YEARS

In the 1901 Census, the Kraemers lived in Sutherland Street, Westminster, and Robert was a Dairy Manager. He was born in Marylebone, Clara in Maidstone.

27.   Headstone

IN
LOVING MEMORY
OF
STEPHEN LANE
DIED FEBRUARY 17th 1903
AGED 74 YEARS
"For he maketh the storm to cease so that
the waves thereof are still" Ps. vii C29 V
AND ALSO OF
MARY ANN LANE
WHO DIED FEB. 22nd 1926
AGED 89 YEARS

Kelly's Directory, 1882, 1891 and 1903, Boot and Shoe Maker. 1881 Census, Cordwainer, Church Street.

28.   Headstone

IN
LOVING MEMORY
OF
MARY ANN OSMOTHERLY
WHO DIED SEPTEMBER 29th 1893
AGED 77 YEARS
"Not gone from memory, nor from love
but to our Father's home above"

Mary Ann Osmotherly was the wife of James, an Agricultural Labourer. They lived at Oast House Cottage, 1891 Census

29.   Curbs

South Side
ELIZABETH WOOLLEY WHO DIED 30th AUG. 1925 AGED 72 YEARS

North Side
HENRY JAMES WOOLLEY HER HUSBAND WHO DIED 18th NOV. 1925 AGED 71 YEARS

END OF SECTION C

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