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                    Some Monumental Inscriptions of St Nicholas Church, ChislehurstNoted by Leland L. Duncan   

Kindly typed up for the website by Pat Tritton

Inscriptions in Chislehurst Churchyard, taken in May, June and July 1890. [Although Duncan's manuscript clearly states that he recorded the M.I.s in 1890, it contains many burials up to 1897]

For the purpose of assisting as far as possible the identification of the various gravestones, the inscriptions are arranged in groups, following the division of the yard by the paths that intersect it:

A.  In the ground on the left of the path leading from the lych gate to the south porch of the church.
B.  In the triangular plot opposite the lych gate.
C.  In the ground on the right of the path leading from the lych gate to the north east gate of the yard.
D.  In the northern portion of the yard.
E.  In the ground round the church.
F.  In the triangular plot opposite the west door of the church.

Many of the stones now described as flat appear to have originally been ordinary headstones.

A.  In the ground on the left of the path leading from the lych gate to the south porch of the church (beginning at the gate and working northwards).
1. Square monument by the lych gate. On the west side: Sacred to the memory/of/Thomson BONAR,/of Camden Place, in this Parish Esqre/aged seventy/and of/Anne daughter of Andrew THOMSON of Roehampton, Esqr/his wife/aged Fifty nine/Murder’d in their Bedchamber/by a domestic servant!/on the Thirty first of May one Thousand eight hundred and thirteen/Let not this melancholy proof/of the insufficiency of virtues even such as theirs/(so great, so winning and so mild!)/to shield them at the midnight hour/against atrocity so monstrous/induce the belief/that virtue is not the car of Providence above:/Rather let it be remember’d/that surely none could have been better prepar’d for an event so awful./That from them were not alone averted the many sufferings/attendant on a dissolution in the common course of nature/But, that full of honour and of years/Loaded with the blessings and the veneration of all who ever knew them/and each unconscious of the other’s fate/They only slept to wake in heaven!/Nor be it omitted here to record/Their constant Prayer, their fervent wish/(so frequently express’d, and so mysteriously fulfill’d!)/That they might leave this world together;/Horrible indeed for the survivors has been the mode of its accomplishment!/Still may they be allow’d to think/that it was permitted in mercy to those whom they deplore;/and perhaps as a signal reward for such virtues/as have been rarely seen united!/On the south side: Sacred/to the memory of/Thomason BONAR Esqre/of Camden Place/son of/Thomas Bonar and Anne his wife/Born January 12th 1780/Died December 1st 1828/Sorrow not even as others, etc. 1 Thess. 1c.13v. Also of/Anastasia Jessie/his wife/daughter of Matthew GUTHRIE Esqre/of Hawkerton/Born March 1st 1782/Died June 20th 1855/The souls of the righteous etc. On the north side: To the memory/of a most amiable and affectionate boy/Thomas Henry/second son of Thomson Bonar of Camden Place/in this Parish Esquire and of Anastasia his wife/who died at Rome, April XXIX. MDCCCXVII/in the eighth year of his age/also of/Henry Bonar Esqre/youngest son of/Thomson Bonar Esqre and Anne his wife/Born April XXX, MDCCXCII Died June XXVI, MDCCCL/As in Adam all die etc. Also of/George Douglas Bonar Esqre/Youngest son of Thomson Bonar Esqre of Camden Place/and of Anastasia Jessie his wife/Born May 24, 1819 Died April 27th 1878/It is I be not afraid. On the east side: To the memory of/Thomson Bonar Esqr and Anne his wife/who after living a blessing to this neighbourhood/were cut off together in their chamber/by the hand of an assassin/May the 31st 1813/The parishioners in vestry assembled/have unanimously requested/That this testimony of sincere concern/For such a loss!/May be placed at the foot of the tomb/under which their remains are deposited.

2. A square monument with this coat of arms:
A chevron, ermine, between three leopards faces. Crest: a fish bowed. Susannah REMNANT, daughter of the late Mr. John HILL of this Parish d. 6 June 1771, aged 47. Erected by her husband. Mr John Remnant her husband died 6 Feb 1772 aged 44, erected by his brother Stephen Remnant.

3. Flat: Mr Henry BENTLEY d. 19 Nov 1780 aged 23.

4. Obelisk: Lætetia, wife of the Rev. Charles MOORE M.A. Rector of Cuxton in this Diocese, after a long and painful illness she died January 18 1798 aged 49, heaving issue two sons, John Bagshaw, and Charles. Her remains are deposited near this stone, enclosed by the late Rev. Thomas Moore D.D. Rector of this Parish and Father of the above named Rev. Charles Moore. In memory of J. Bagshaw Moore, son of Charles and Lætetia Moore who died in the East Indies Dec. 28 1798 aged 25 years and 6 months. To the Rev. Charles Moore M.A. late Rector of Cuxton and Vicar of St Nicholas in Rochester d. 17 Nov 1811 in 69th year. Buried Nov 23rd in the church of St Nicholas in Rochester and honoured by the voluntary attendance of all the clergy of the Cathedral then Resident. Charles Moore Esq. only surviving son of the Rev. Charles Moore, Captain in his Majesty’s 67th Regt of Foot then serving in Spain, Prevented by his Military attendance from closing the eyes of his Revered and ever indulgent Parent, offers this tribute to his memory. Here also is recorded the death of Matilda wife of the above Charles Moore Esqre who expired at Fort Galeris in Carthagena on 17 Sept 1812 in the 32nd year of her age. Her remains were deposited within the works of the Fortress.

5. William BROWN d. 16 May 1863 aged 55. Alice Jane Brown d. 23 May 1858 aged 3½ years. Also Alice Ann Brown d. 2 Dec 1872 aged 55.

6. James BROWN, master gunner R.A. d. May 2 1871 at Immingham, Lincolnshire aged 35. Erected by his widow.

7. Elizabeth wife of George MACILWAIN Esq. D.C.L. of Doctors Commons d. Aug 20 1861. Also two of their children died in infancy, Charles Daubeny Macilwain and Elizabeth Anna Macilwain, also George Macilwain late of the Albany Court yard , Piccadilly and Matching, Essex. Born Jan 11 1797, died Jan 22 1882. Sperate Miseri, Cavete Felices.

8. Monument with urn on top: The Rev. George B. MACILWAIN eldest son of George and Elizabeth Macilwain, scholar of Trinity College Cambridge and curate of St. George’s Hanover Square, d. June 6 1867 aged 32. Also Anna Maria wife of George Macilwain eldest daughter of the Right Hon. Lady Anna Maria JESSUP of Bird Hill House in Co. of Durham and neice of the EARL of STRATHMORE. She died May 8 1831.

9. Flat stone: Edward WELLUM late of Bromley, Kent. d. 26 May 1797 aged 71.

10. Flat stone: ........../WELLUM....../(illegible).

11. Flat stone: Here lyeth ye Body of/Elizabeth WELLUM/daughter of Edward/and Ann Wellum/of this Parish/who departed this life/Octr ye 2nd 1735 aged 16/years.

12. Cross: Emily BAKER d. Jan 24 1869 aged 30.

13. Head: Mr William PLUMMER, late of Blackheath, Dec 29 1830 aged 35.

14. Flat: Mrs. Sarah BENTLEY wife of Mr. John Bently of the parish of St George’s Bloomsbury d. 23 Oct 1780 aged 28.

15. Flat: Mrs Mary BENTLEY of this Parish died 7 May 1797 aged 72.

16. Flat: Thomas BENTLEY of this Parish d. 19 March 1808 in 59th year.

17. Head: Emily BOWRA wife of William Addenbrooke Bowra of Hong Kong d. 10 July 1850 aged 28.

18. Cross: Joseph CLEAVER d. April 2 1873 aged 9 months.

19. Cross: Caroline PALMER wife of William Palmer of Elmstead, born August 3 1823 d. Nov 24 1882, also their dau. Florence b. Dec 10 1860 d. March 23 1863.

20. Cross: John GARLE b. Nov 4 1814 d. April 7 1873.

21. Head: Emma Elizabeth dau. of Joseph and Sarah PASCALL d. 31 Dec 1844 in 26th year. Sarah wife of Joseph Pascall d. 10 Nov 1865 in 87th year. Also Joseph Pascall b. Jan 8 1779, d Jan 22 1869.

22. Flat cross: Sir John Bowcher CLARKE Kt. C.B. Born Feb 2 1803 d. May 9 1881. Emily Maxwell his wife b. Feb 5 1807, d. Nov 24 1886.

23. Head: John DEAN d. 2 Jan 1819 aged 29. Also Elizabeth Dean his wife d. 6 Nov 1835 aged 49.

24. Head: George PARKS d. 8 March 1832 aged 31. Also Anne Parks his wife d. Feb 7 1879 aged 77.

25. Cross: Susanna STANNING d. May 23 1858 aged 23.

26. Cross: Jane HAYNES, Mistress of the Infant School d. Dec 23 1861. She lived here 37 years.

27. Cross: Anne TAYLOR, many years Mistress of the National School d. April 25 1870 aged 45.

28. Flat: Richard William BARROW son of Richard and Catherine Barrow d. Aug 13 1771 aged 5 weeks.

29. Flat: Erected by ............./to the memory of Robert SLY his groom who died in his service Dec 11 1770 aged 32.

30. Head: William Peers ALLEN d. 20 Feb 1887 aged 70. (On the other side): To Mrs Anna GARRETT wife of Mr Henry Garrett and second dau. of Robert and Ann Allen of this Parish who d. April 11 1853 aged 37. Also Mr Robert Allen of this Parish, father of the above d. July 7 1857 aged 70. Also Ann Allen wife of above Mr Robert Allen d. April 6 1869 aged 91.

31. Flat cross: Elizabeth WASHINGTON, Born Nov 18 1846 died Dec 27 1883.

32. Cross: Mary Olive dau. of Oliver THOMAS and Mary Ann HODGES born 1 April 1880 died 6 Jan. 1882.

33. Flat tomb: Maria, wife of Richard WHOMES of this Parish who died June 15th 1868 aged 54. Also of Jane Mary and Alice Sarah daus. of the above who died in their infancy. May they rest in Peace. And of Ada Catherine their youngest child and the wife of John Manwaring KEMP of Eltham who d. 12 Sept 1871 aged 26. Also Walter Waring their infant son d. 6 Dec 1874 aged 3 months. Also of Richard WHOMES d. 1 May 1888 aged 75.

34. Head: Thomas WHOMES d. 25 March 1863 aged 38 fifth son of the late Mr James Whomes many years clerk of this Parish. Also Mary Ann wife of John MEWBURY d. 6 May 1886 aged 57.

35. Iron cross: Mary OWEN wife of George Owen d. Dec 10 1857 aged 37 years.

36. Cross: Mary Ann ALLCHORN d. Feb 5 1871. Also Henry Thomas Allchorn d. Feb 16 1871.

37. Flat stone near the Cross: Mr Mark HUDSON of the City of London, Broker, d. 20 Dec 176(?1) aged 56. Also Isabella FALKNER dau. of the above d. 24 August 1766 aged 21. Likewise Mrs Elizabeth Hudson his wife d. 1 March 1774 aged 59.

38. Flat: Roger HOUSEMAN d. May 31 1782 aged 68. Mrs Mary Houseman his wife d. 17 May 1811 aged 70. Likewise John Houseman d. 23 May 1793 aged 33, also Henry Houseman d. 17 July 1797 aged 37.

39. Tomb with iron railings: Mrs Mary DAVIDSON d. Feb 13 1827 aged 80. Also Sarah Davidson, dau. of John and Mary Davidson d. 19 Oct 1846 aged 52. John Davidson Esq. d. Sept 16 1816 in his 81st year.

40. Low tomb with iron rails: Catherine wife of John ELGEE of the Old Kent Road, London, d. 9 Sept 1837 aged 47. Also the above John Elgee d. 14 Nov 1854 aged 69.

41. Footstone only: E.R. May 1813.

42. Head: James b. 17 Jan 1798 d. 20 July 1802. Henry b. 28 Aug. 1793 d. 21 May 1810. Elizabeth b. 31 Aug 1796 d. 23 May 1813. Children of Thomas REED Esq. and Elizabeth his wife.

43. Footstone only: H.R. May 1810.

44. Head: Ellen Elisabeth only dau. of Henry BICKNELL Esq. of Great Surrey Street d. 26 Aug 1828 in 5th year.

45. Cross: Robert TARGET d. 2 April 1869 aged 45. Also Martha wife of above d. July 22 1886 aged 55.

46. Flat stone (with cherubs heads,bones, etc): Stephen FARNEY d. 2 Sept 1744 aged 38.

47. Head: Mr James George STIRTON d. 27 March 1857 aged 29.

48. Flat: Amelia Anne wife of C.W. WISBEY ................../.

49. Cross: Lancelot Esmond BOYKETT b. June 28 1882 d. Sept 15 1882.

50. The Village Cross – of Gothic design ../feet high, on a circular base: To the memory of Charles Chichele PLOWDEN/who deceased the 21st Day of July 1866/and in fulfilment of his own desire/This Cross was erected by his Family July 1870.

51. Cross: Emily wife of Francis BOYKETT, suddenly taken home Sept X, MDCCCLXI aged xlvi.

52. Cross: Ellen MAITLAND child of Francis and Emily BOYKETT d. 4 May 1858 aged 4 years.

53. Small cross: John W. SMITH d. Oct 1881 aged 66.

54. Flat stone: (Illegible).

55. Cross: Hilda Etheldreda CHIVERS taken home Sept 3 1878 aged 3 years.

56. Cross: Georgina WHIGHT d. April 11 1867 aged 27, also Caroline her sister d. Feb 29 1868 aged 19. R.I.P.

57. Flat: Mrs Sarah FON (?wife of) William Fon Esq. d. ........../1826 aged ?53.

58. Wood: George KAVANAGH d. July 14 1837 aged 74. Also John Kavanagh son of above d. Oct 4 1828 aged 21.

59. Tomb within iron railings: Sacred/to the memory of/Robert JENNER Esqre/who departed this life/December the 2nd 1810/aged 67 years/Also to the memory of/Ann/widow of Robert Jenner Esqr aforesaid/who departed this life August the 24th 1827/aged 78 years. On the other side: Sacred/to the memory of/the Right Honble/Sir Herbert Jenner FUST Knt/second son of/Robert Jenner Esqre aforesaid/Dean of the Arches and Judge of the/Prerogative Court of Canterbury/He died Feb 20th 1852 aged 74 years./Also to the memory of/Elizabeth wife of Sir Herbert Jenner Knt/afterwards Fust/She died July 29th 1828/aged 44 years.

60. Head: Mr John WHIGHT of this parish d. 13 May 1824 aged 38. Also Mr Thomas Whight son of above d. 3 Oct 1841 aged 22.

61. Head: Mrs Susanna WHIGHT late wife of Edward Whight of this Parish who d. 7 April 1788 aged 29. Also Susanna her daughter d. 18 Nov 1787 aged 10 weeks. Also Thomas Whight son of above d. June 20 1813 in his 30th year. Also the above Mr Edward Whight d. Feb 10 1841 aged 81. Also Sarah relict of the above Edward Whight d. Feb 27 1849 aged 78.

62. Flat: Elizabeth COATES d. Aug 9 1728 in the 7-/year of her age. Also John Coates d. July 11 1734 aged 54.

63. Flat: Mrs Mary COATES d. April 12 1766 aged ?54. Also John Coates her son d. Sept 11 1741 aged22.

64. Flat: Elisabeth SWANNAK d. Jany ye 2nd 1729 in the 87th year of her age.

65. Flat stone with a white cross inlaid: Here lie Amelia STONE born 16 March 1769 d. 12 May 1852 and Mary Stone b. 16 Aug 1776 d. 19 June 1867, eldest and 4th daughters of Richard and Mary Stone.

66. Altar tomb. On south side: Ellinor wife of Henry Hulse BERENS Esq of Meyricks, Chiselhurst b. 8th Aug 1817 d. 15 Sept 1846. On top: Mary wife of Richard STONE Esq of this place b. 26 April 1748 d. 16 April 1796 and Richard Stone b. 7 Dec 1737 d. 6 Aug 1802 and their sons George Stone b. 15 May 1771, d. 20 Feb 1844 and Andrew Stone b. 28 Sept 1787 d. -/Jan 1807, and their daughter Susanna Stone b. 26 Aug 1783 d. 20 Jan 1851. West end: Here lie the grandsons of Richard and Mary Stone, Henry St George Stone b. 6 Oct 1810 d. 4 Feb 1817 son of Henry and Mary Stone, and Henry MARTIN b. 25 Dec 1811 d. 20 March 1813 son of John and Frances Martin, and the granddaughter of George and Mary Stone, Eleanor Charlotte NORMAN b. 18 Feb 1840 d. 5 April 1841, daughter and Henry and Georgiana NORMAN. On north side: Here lies John Urry STONE b. 19 July 1812 d. 2 Nov 1834 son of George and Mary Stone. Also their daughters Emma b. 10 Dec 1802, d. 5 Sept 1829 wife of Richard Norman; Marianne Stone b. 4 March 1804, d. 23 Jan 1810; and Ellinor b. 8 Aug 1817 d. 15 Sept 1846 wife of Henry Hulse BERENS. East end: Here lies Mary dau. of John and Mary URRY, wife of George Stone b. 15 Nov 1772, d. 13 Nov 1843.

67. Cross: Elizabeth KAVANAGH d. 14 Nov 1856 aged 82, 45 years servant to Sir Herbert Jenner FUST. Also Elizabeth her dau. d. March 21 1879 aged 76.

68. Flat: Edward BURBIDGE of this parish of St George’s Southwark, d. April ye 8th 1761 aged 41. Also Mr John Burbidge of this Parish d. 23 Dec 1783 aged 65. Also Elizabeth Burbidge spinster, dau. of the above John Burbidge d. Dec 17 1814 aged 63, Also Mr John Burbidge, batchelor, son of above John Burbidge d. May 1 1851 aged 70.

69. Low tomb: Arthur Rose Lascelles JENNER, born 1 Nov 1861, d. 28 Jan 1862.

70. Head: Mr John HOWSE of this parish d. 23 May 1832 aged 71. Also Margaret Howse dau. of above d. Feb 29 1876 aged 79.

71. Head: Margaret HOWSE wife of John Howse of this parish d. 8 Mar 1821 aged 56.

72. Cross: John HOWSE d. Dec 11 1871 aged 73.

73. Cross: Charlotte wife of John HOWSE d. May 13 1867 aged 63. Mary Howse d. March 4 1842 aged 3 months.

74. Cross: Edith Annie dau. of Charles Arthur and Elizabeth MACKRELL d. April 13 1880, born April 24 1876.

75. Small cross: Mary Ann WILLIAMS d. Dec 19 1887 aged 57.

76. Cross: James Robert MACKRELL d. Nov 6 1866 aged 52. Also Elizabeth Mackrell his wife d. Jan 25 1871 aged 56. Both of this parish.

77. Head: Mrs Anne BENTLEY (late of London) d. Sept 20 1845 aged 62. Also Mrs Sarah AVERY, sister of the above d. Feb 5 1862 aged 71.

78. Head: Mr John BENTLEY (late of London) d. Jan 3 1809 aged 56. Also of Mr William Bentley son of above d. May 24 1817 aged 22. Also Mrs Mary Bentley dau. of above d. May 26 1834 in the 49th year of her age. Also Mr Thos. Bentley son of above d. Aug 24 1842 aged 49.

79. Cross: Jemima wife of Mr John James BATES d. Dec 2 1878 aged 55. Also the above John James Bates d. Jan 18 1887 in his 74th year.

80. Head: Mr John James BATES of the parish of St George’s Southwark d. 31 Jan 1812 aged 28. Also Sush daughter of above d. 21 Jan 1811 aged 9 months. Also James son of above d. 18 Aug 1813 aged 19 months. Also Mrs Sarah MAJOR relict of above d. Aug 11 1851 in her 71st year deeply lamented by her children.

81. Flat: Mrs Sally Mary BAKER wife of Mr Thomas Baker of Doctors Commons d. Dec 31 1812 aged 32. Mr Thomas Baker son of the above d. Aug 16 1812 aged 3 months.

82. Flat: John Garnett STEVENS Esq. d. April 23 1733 in his 41st year, and near him lyes his sons James and Thomas who died Infants. Also of Thomas Stevens of London, Brewer (youngest son of John Garnett Stevens Esq) d. 10 Aug 1751 aged 30. Also Mrs. Sarah Stevens relict of John Garnett Stevens d. 7 Jan 1775 aged 83. Also Elizabeth RICHARDSON widow (youngest dau. of J.G. Stevens Esq). She d. 11 Feb 1780 aged 56. Also John Stevens Esq. eldest son of the above J.G. Stevens Esq. d. 11 April 1790 aged 72.

83. Flat tomb, with high railings: Mrs Elizabeth BASKCOMB d. 16 May 1828 aged 86. She was a descendant of the respectable families of the SMITHs and KNIGHTs of Northamptonshire. Also James TAGGART Esq. many years a resident in this parish who d. 16 Aug 1834 aged 35. Also Ann Taggart widow of the above James Taggart and only dau. of the above Elizabeth Baskcomb d. 10 April 1842 in her 75th year. Also of Euphemia Baskcomb wife of Henry Baskcomb and only dau. of Edward MISKIN many years a resident of this parish d. 6 Dec 1843 in her 67th year. A tender parent. Also Henry Baskcomb Esq. only son of the above Elizabeth Baskcomb and a resident of this parish upwards of 70 years d. 4 April 1849 aged 81. Also George Henry Baskcomb born 1817 d. March 13 1885, a life long resident of this parish.

84. Square tomb. West side: Sarah WHITMORE wife of John Whitmore of London, Merchant, and dau. of John Garnett STEVENS Esq. d. 26 Feb 1746/7 aged 25. East side: Elizabeth dau.of Mr John and Mrs Elizabeth Whitmore d. 9 Sept 1749 aged 1 month. South side: Ann Whitmore dau. of John and Sarah Whitmore d. 5 March 1773 aged 28. Also Elizabeth wife of John Whitmore (of London, Merchant) and dau. of Abraham and Elizabeth HENEKELL obt. Feb 15 1788 aged 76. Also the said John Whitmore d. 25 Aug 1791 in 71st year.

85. Flat: John CHAPMAN d. 13 Oct 1766 aged 4 (?5). Mrs Sarah Chapman wife of the above d --/Dec 1779 aged 9-(?) years.

86. Head: Henry Louis WAIN d. 29 Jan 1883 aged 44.

87. Head: Mary Ann WAIN wife of Henry Lewis WAIN b. May 16 1839 d. Jan 16 1869.

88. Head: Thomas WAIN son of Thomas and Elizabeth Wain of this parish d. 10 June 1844 aged 34. Henry Wain brother of the above d. Nov 8 1857 aged 49. Also William Wain brother of the above d. Sept 12 1858 aged 42.

89. Head: Mr Thomas WAIN of this parish d. May 8 1821 aged 78. Also Mrs Mary Wain wife of the above d. Oct 4 1822 in her 70th year. Also Mr Thomas Wain son of the above d. June 28 1850 aged 63.

90. Head: Mrs Elizabeth TURNER wife of Mr John Turner of this Parish d. April 16 1837 aged 77. Also Mr John Turner husband of the above d. 28 April 1839 aged 82. Also Elizabeth Turner dau. of above d. 12 June 1875 aged 88.

91. Cross: Mary WAIN of this Parish d. May 2 1869 in her 63rd year.

92. Head: Mr Lewis WAIN late of this Parish d. 21 April 1811 aged 28. Also Mrs Elizabeth Wain wife of Mr Thos Wain d. 5 Oct 1842 in 59th year. Also the above Mr Thomas Wain, 33 years Bricklayer of this Parish d. 11 May 1849 in 68th year.

93. Head: Mr Thomas WAIN d. 15 June 1782 aged 65. Mrs Sarah Wain wife of the above d. 6 Feb 1758 aged 43. Also John Wain son of the above John and Sarah Wain d. March 5 1752 aged 4 years. Also Anne d. Jan 13 1757 aged --/.

94. Head: Annie wife of Henry GAYLER d. July 23 1889 aged 33.

95. Head: Mary Ann WILKINS d. 12 Sept 1834 aged 22. Also Mr James Wilkins father of the above d. 6 April 1840 aged 68. Also Catherine Wilkins, wife of the above James Wilkins d. 15 Feb 1861 aged 87.

96. Head: Mary WAIN dau. of Mr Henry Wain of this Parish d. 23 May 1813 aged 39. Also Mrs Barbara EMPSON sister of above d. March 19 1825 aged 54. Also Harriott RIX dau. of above Barbara Empson d. Jan 21 1861 aged 66.

97. Head: Mr Henry WAIN, 50 years Bricklayer of this Parish d. 24 Feb 1816 aged 70. Also the remains of two wife’s of the above namely Mary and Susanna. Also Mrs Mary Wain third wife of the above, who d. Feb 20 1821 aged 75.

98. Head: Mrs Mary WAIN of the Parish of St George the Martyr London d. 20 March 1822 aged 73, also Mrs Elizabeth BENTLEY sister of the above d. Aug 26 1825 aged 70.

99. Head: Lucy CRAYFORD wife of Richard Crayford d. Jan 16 1877 aged 71.

100. Charles Nicholas SMITH of this parish d. 12 Feb 1854 in 36th year.

101. Cross: Henry HARRIS born Aug 11 1854 d. Mar 12 1861.

102. Head: Ellen WILLIS dau. of Henry and Mary Ann Willis d. April 10 18(?7)4 aged 49.

103. Head: H.W. 1855. M.A.W. 1886.

104. Flat: Mrs Mary MOORE dau of Mr John WILLIS of this parish d. 20th April 1816 aged 23 years. Also the above John Willis d. Jan 17 1826 aged 70. and Ann his wife d. Sept 12 1830 aged 80. and of her sister Mary WARREN d. Feb 28 1853 aged 85. Also of Catharine WRIGHT relict d. Feb 28 1838 aged 76. Also Henry son of above John WILLIS d. Nov 20 1855 aged 68. Also his son Richard d. Jan 29 1825 aged 2½ years and of Mary Ann wife of above Henry Willis d. 6 Jan 1886 aged 91. Also Harry son of Henry John Willis of Chislehurst d. in Paris 4 April 1886 aged 26.

105. Cross (broken): Little Willie nephew of H.G. and E. PUGHE, Builder of Chislehurst d. Jan 9 1880 aged 7 years and 6 months.

106. Cross: William DABNER 4th son of James and Rebecca Dabner departed suddenly Sept 12 1879 aged 23.

107. Cross: Horace DEVAS b. Mar 26 1877 d. April 21 1877. dear children Winifred Maud Devas b. Oct 24 1883 d. Aug 28 1884. Rowena Devas b. April 1 1889 d. Dec 24 1889.

108. Cross: James DABNER d. Feb 12 1888 aged 67 after many years of suffering.

109. Flat (top covered with skulls, hour glass, bones, etc:. William FOAKES of this Parish, d. Aug 29 1733 aged 49.

110. Flat: Mary EMBURY wife of Thomas Embury of this Parish d. 13 May 1745 aged 23.

111. Cross within an enclosure: Arthur Champion son of Arthur and Julia WILLIS of Holbrook, Chislehurst d. 17 Dec 1857 aged 9 years.

112. An Altar tomb – on both south and north sides is: In this vault/lie the remains of/Prince HOARE Esqr/who died XXII Decr MDCCCXXIV aged LXXIX; on either end is a coat of arms:
Sa, double headed eagle displayed within a bordure arg, in chief the Hand of Ulster.

113. Flat: Elizabeth RICKMAN wife of Tho. Rickman late of this Parish d. 20 Sept 1788 aged 63

114. Flat: Mr Thomas RICKMAN late of this Parish d. 24 June 1781 aged 65.

115. Flat: John MILLS, gent, of Seanion (?) Drew in the County of Somerset, who d. March 1796 in the 82nd year of his age. Also his only dau. Elizabeth, widow of the late Joseph HILL Esq. of St Petersburgh d. 17 March 1823 in her 76th year. Also Frances Elizabeth, third dau. of the above Joseph and Elizabeth Hill, who after a long illness died 11 Dec 1827 in her 57th year.

116. A flat grave with raised cross: Constance dau. of Henry BOWDEN Esqr. Born XV May MDCCCXLVII died XVI May MDCCCXLVI.

117. Flat: Mr William PHILLIPS d. May 24 1762 in his 49th year.

118. Head-Cross: Ann ODD d. Nov 12 1871 aged 57 years. Emma Odd d. Dec 17 1863 aged 9 years.

119. Head-Cross: Henry LUTLEY d. Jan 16 1867 aged 6. Thomas Lutley d. Feb 3 1867 aged 2. Frank Lutley d. Feb 10 1867 aged 4.

120. Head: Edward Charles Albert William, the dearly loved child of Edward and Caroline DORRES, d. Aug 7 1873 aged 8 years and 7 months.

121. Small stone: Harriett SMYTH October 1836.

122. Small stone: ............../?Elizabeth .............../.

123. Headstone with Gothic cross near gate leading to west door:.................../.

124. Head: Hester wife of George EMARY of this parish d. Dec 13 1843 in 48th year of her age. Also George Emary her husband d. May 10 1882 aged 86.

125. Cross: John COLLISON d. March 13 1883 aged 82. Also Emma de FRAINE d. Aug 11 1883 aged 68.

126. Cross: Sarah Jane wife of William Thomas BRAILEY b. Feb 5 1857 d. July 7 1878.

127. Cross: Annie Gertrude GARTER b. Mar 4 1871 d. Aug 28 1871.

128. Cross: Ada Frances wife of Philippe CERVATI d. Dec 12 1888 aged 45.

129. Cross: Florence Ann KEEBLE d. March 25 1878 aged 11 months. Ada Maud Keeble d. Mar 1 1879 aged 8 months. Elsie May Keeble d. Oct 29 1887 aged 2 years 5 months.

130. Cross: Edwin BATCHELOR, formerly a chorister in this parish, afterwards a porter at the Charing Cross Station. He died from injury there received Dec 19 1874 aged 22.

131. Flat: Elizabeth BEST wife of William Best d. Feb 13 1763 aged 29.

132. Head: Matilda FARRANCE d. July 24 1868 aged 35.

133. Cross: Mary WHITE d. Dec 19 1874 aged 12.

134. Cross. West side: Annie Charlotte DORRER d. July 5 1881 aged 14 years. East side: Lewis Frederick Dorrer d. July 2 1882 aged 7 years 6 months.

135. Cross: John Francis Kelly d. Dec 3 1867 aged 47. Susan Eliza Kelly d. Sept 4 1866 aged 6 years.

136. Small head: George QUINT, March 1830.

137. Cross: Emma ENGLISH d. June 1 1869 aged 20. Also Emma Clara English d. Aug 1 1869 aged 3 months.

138. Flat: Mr John LISNEY d. Jan 3 1811 aged 41. Also William Lisney d. Nov 21 1832 aged -1 years.

139. Head: Mrs S. THORNTON, 1846. On footstone: S.T. 1846, J.T. 1861.

140. Small cross: Lydia Elizabeth COPE b. Dec 18 1866 d. Nov 9 1869.

141. Small cross: George DYER d. Nov 8 1866 aged ../ years.

142. Flat tomb: Mr William THORNTON only son of Mr Alexander Thornton, formerly of this parish, d. 2 Nov 1838 in his 21st year. Also Maria GODDARD wife of Mr Alexander Thornton d. 6 April 1858 in 56th year. Also Mr Alexander Thornton, father and husband of the above d. 26 Sept 1867 aged 77.

143. Flat: Elizabeth, wife of Mr Alexander THORNTON late of this parish d. 25 Jany 1822 aged 31 leaving an affectionate husband and two infant children. Also her two infant children Caroline d. 26 April 1820 aged 13 months, Amelia d. 19 May 1822 aged 11 months.

144. Head-Cross: Fanny wife of James HISCOCK d. Oct 10 1875 aged 53.

145. Flat: Mr Henry HORNBY of the parish of East Greenwich d. 19 March 1776 aged 38.

146. Head. On East side: Francis THORNTON, the only dau of David and Mary Thornton of this parish d. Aug 28 1813 aged 29 aged 29 years. Taken off in the prime of life, after the illness of a few hours. "Farewell dear Friends, my life is past,/My love to you so long did last,/But now for me no sorrow take/But love our Saviour for my sake". Also Mr David THORNTON, father of the above who d. Nov 29 1813 aged 70 years. "This world is like a City with many crooked streets/Death is like a Market Place, where all men meet;/If Life was Merchandize that men could buy,/The Rich would live and the Poor must die". Also near this stone lieth Robert Thornton son of the above David Thornton d. Feb 26 1814 aged 37. On the west side of the stone: Mrs Mary Thornton wife of the late Mr David Thornton of this parish d. July 5 1828 aged 77. Also Frances dau. of James and Sarah Thornton d. March 30 1830 aged 5 years. Also Sarah wife of James Thornton died after a few hours severe illness May 13 1846 aged 42. Also James Thornton b. July 30 1781 d. April 23 1861. For more than Forty years Postman to the General Post Office. Also Alexander Thornton son of the above d. May 1 1879 aged 50.

147. Cross: Alexander ADAMS d. April 16 1863 in his 64th year. Also Alexander William WARREN, nephew of the above d. Sept 15 1862 aged 6 years & 8 months, also of Judith wife of the above who died ..........(under ground).

148. Cross: Christopher TWITCHER d. June 10 1873 aged 65. Also Christopher Twitcher son of the above d. Aug 15 1877 aged 46. Also Mary Ann wife of the first named C.T. d. Dec 3 1878 aged 77.

149. Head: William WESTALL, many years resident of the Borough of Southwark but late of this parish d. 26 Jan 1821 in the 84th year of his age.

150. Head: Priscilla H. SHARP d. Dec 24 1840 aged 22. Also Althea M. GLIDE, dau. of David and Margaret Sharp d. March 7 1860 aged 43.

151. Head. On east side: David E. SHARP d. Jan 23 1861 aged 71 also Thomas C. Sharp his son d. Feb 23 1863 aged 38. On west side: Margaret Sharp wife of the late David E. Sharp d. May 23 1866 aged 77.

152. Cross: Georgiana Lydia DANCE d. Whitsunday 1882 in her 53rd year. Also Helen Augusta Dance her sister d. Jan 12 1883 aged 55.

153. Flat: Thomas READ d. April 4 1838 aged 83. Elizabeth Read his wife Sept 4 1818 aged 52. Also Esther Read his sister d. May 19 1829 aged 67.

154. Flat tomb, with raised cross: Orate pro anima, Albiniæ DANCE. Quæ in spe mortica est die XXmo 111o Octobris Anno Domini Mmo DCCCmo lxxxmo vjto, æt suæ LXXXmo vijmo. + Cujus animæ propitietur Deus +. R.I.P.

155. Head: Martha KEY d. May 21 1858 aged 61. Also Ann GREEN sister of the above d. April 13 1870 aged 79.

156. Head: Compton SHACKELTON son of Francis and Ann Shackelton of Poland Street, St James’s, London, and Chislehurst, Kent, d. 16 April 1837 aged 38. Also Ann relict of Compton Shackelton and J.M. EDWARDS d. 25 Oct 1868 aged 70.

157. Head: Francis Robinson SHACKELTON son of Compton and Anne Shackelton of Poland Street, St James’s, London, and Chislelhurst Kent d. 18 June 1879 aged 54.

158. Head: Henry SHACKELTON son of Francis and Ann Shackelton of this Parish and of Little Suffolk Street London d. 28 June 1816 in his 20th year.

159. Head: Mrs Anne ROBERTS of Saint Pauls churchyard London d. 30 July 1833 aged 76. Also Mr James WESTBROOK of this parish d. 3 Oct 1828 aged 50. Also Mrs Mary Westbrook wife of the above d. 13 Dec 1842 aged 72.

160. Cross: Henry James MOUL, husband of Annie Moul aged 27. He met with his death suddenly in fulfilment of his duty at Chislehurst Station October 12 1883. His fellow servants have erected this memorial.

161. Cross: William Joseph George, child of William and Elizabeth NORTH, aged 23 months died 23 Nov 1886.

162. Tall Celtic cross, with emblems of the four evangelists in the arms, and "via Lucis Via Crucis! on the band: In loving memory of/the Revd Charles Albert JANSON/departed Feb 1 1882 aged 32/Eliza Jane his mother deceased/at Chislehurst June 14 1881 aged 74/Frederick William his brother/who died off Alexandria Oct 15 1863/aged 21.

163. Head: William BRIGHT d. July 23 1858 aged 61 also Mrs Eden Bright d. Jan 25 1865 aged 72.

164. Flat: Mr James BRIGHT (of Boughton under Blenn) late of this Parish, d. April 5 1833 aged 25.

165. Small stone: J.W.

166. Headstone,under tree near west door of the church: Jessie WISE born June 8 1843, d. Aug 7 1843. Maria Clifford Wise, born July 21 1838, d. Nov 2 1844. Mary, b. Sept 22 1845 d. Aug 8 1846. John b. April 18 1847 d. Aug 18 1847.

167. Wooden cross: Clare DABNER aged 8 years – Jan 6 1857.

168. Head, near The Cross: James WISE b. Jan 3 1804 d. 21 Dec 1875. Also Ann Wise, wife of the above d. Jan 6 1890 aged 82.

169. Cross: Sarah DENISON d. Fest. Annune 1870 aged 76.

170. Flat: William WOOD of this parish d. 8 March ..../aged 60. Also Jane Wood wife of above d. 18 Oct 1849 aged 69.


B. In the triangular plot opposite the lych gate (beginning at the gate and working towards the church).
171. Cross: Samuel MENDEL b. 1814 d. 1884.

172. Cross: Samuel ASHWORTH of Egerton, Lancashire B. 1834 d. 1878.

173. Flat: Mrs Ann FORDER, late of Bromley, widow, d. ye 30 April 1777 aged 85. Also Thomas Forder son of above d. Aug 4 1731 aged 6.

174. Cross, set with pebbles: Edith Mary LAMB b. April 23 1854 d. Dec 29 1865.

175. Cross: Emily COCKCROFT Dec 19 1884.

176. Small cross: Edmund INGERFIELD July 1880 aged 47 years.

177. Cross: James ROBINSON d. Nov 28 1865 aged 65.

178. Cross: Albert Harford PEARSON, d. Mar 18 1888 aged 48. R.I.P.

179. Head: Susan, wife of Samuel DEAN of this parish d. Jan 6 1860 aged 70. Also Samuel Dean, husband of above d. Feb 24 1868 aged 75.

180. Head: John HILLIER of this parish d. Dec 22 1811 aged 46. Also Emma dau. of John and Sophia Hillier d. Nov 9 1821 aged 10 years 10 months. Also James son of the above d. Dec 19 1816 aged 2 months.

181. Cross: Letitia dau. of James and Letitia ROBINSON d. 22 May 1831 aged 7. Also Margaret æt 21 on her Birthday July 15 1857.

182. Head: Mrs Elizabeth LETTON d. 10 July 1858 aged 44. George son of the above d. 15 July 1858 aged 27.

183. Flat tomb: Here lieth the Remains of Susanna HOPE who was Buried February ye 4th 1713, also lies the Body of Margaret HILL who died February ye 17 1758. Also ye Body of Mary Hope, wife of Capt. John Hope junior who died Feb ye 9th 1760 aged 29 years. Also the Body of Capt John Hope R.N. who died June the 15 1764 aged 63 years. Also the Body of Capt. John Hope R.N. son of the above who died Jan 25 1791 aged 63 years. Also Frances widow of Capt. John Hope R.N. who died March 19 1803 aged 62 years. Also George 3rd son of Capt. John and Frances Hope who died June the 7th 1842 aged 74 years. He was a pattern To all Christian Parents.

184. Head: Mr William WEBB d. 11 April 1858 aged 82.

185. Head: Mr Charles Thomas GOODALE d. Aug 2 1850 aged 38. Also Frederick Steel his son d. April 27 1848 aged 8 months. Also Sophia widow of the above Charles T. Goodale d. May 11 1889 aged 77.

186. Head: James York HULL d. Oct 3 1828 aged 9 months.

187. Cross: Arthur WHOMES, chorister of this church and of St George’s Windsor, Taken Home Nov 14 1860. He lived here 14 years.

188. Cross: A memorial of Walter J. WHOMES, who fell from the mast of the Minnesota at Cherbourg Aug 30 1867 aged 17 years. Also of Ernest H. Whomes d. Dec 4 1884 aged 32 years. Also Clara P. Whomes d. Aug 3 1884 aged 31 who rest in Sydney, Australia.

189. Flat: Elizabeth BENSON d. 24 Jan 1829 aged 82.

190. Cross: Mary Amelia THOMPSON d. Jan 31 1874 aged 33.

191. Altar Tomb, on the west end this Coat:
On a lozenge: Sa an Eagle displayed, within a bordure. On the north side: In this Vault with her beloved sister lie also the/remains of Anne HOARE/A.D. MDCCCXXI. On the east end this Coat :on a lozenge: per pale, the dexter half sa. an eagle displayed within a bordure, a cresent for difference. The sinister half, sa. an eagle displayed, within a bordure. On the south side: In this Vault lie the remains of/Mary Hoare/of Beckenham/A/D. MCCCXX.

192. Head: George BROWN d. June 24th 1865 aged 79. Also of Sarah Brown his wife d. June 9 1878 aged 78.

193. Cross: Joseph A. BLACKMAN d. March 21 1871 aged 24.

194. Flat: Mrs Frances METCALFE late of Rodney Buildings, near New Kent Road d. Nov 8 1812 aged 53. Also William Metcalfe Esq. Husband of the above d. at Hastings, Sussex 6 Oct 1836 aged 71.

195. A flat stone opposite the porch has no inscription.

196. Flat: John SIMPSON Esqr late of Puttenden in Shipborn in this County obt 2 Dec 1835 ætat 44.

197. Flat, with low iron rails: Henry JEREMY, Esquire late of Holbrook Lodge in this parish, Barrister at Law, one of the Police Magistrates for the Districts of Woolwich and Greenwich in this County and Recorder of Wokingham in the County of Berks, who died on the 15th Feb 1819 in the 62nd year of his age.

198. Flat, under yew tree: Here lyeth the Body of Elizabeth Harris of this Parish who departed this life the 2nd of Sept 1729 aged 52 years and also 5 grandchildren of the above mentioned, they was (sic) the children of George MAYNARD.

199. Flat: James GOODHEW, a zealous and faithful servant who lived for 12 years Head Gardiner and Bailiff to Mr Stone of this Parish and died Tuesday 15 Sept 1818 aged 50 years.


C.  
In the grounds on the right of the path leading from the lych gate to the north east gate of the yard, beginning at the south and working northwards.
201. Flat: Ann DEAN wife of Mr Edward Dean d. 24 Oct 1826 aged 73. Also Mr Edward Dean d. 8 Sept 1827 aged 75.

202. Flat: Frances dau. of Richard and Frances HOLMES d. 29 Nov 1795 aged 10 years. Also Frances Holmes wife of the above d. 27 Jan 1816 aged 56. Also the above Richard Holmes d. 3 May 1823 aged 68. Also Elizabeth wife of of Thomas SPRUBS (?) of Greenwich and dau. of the above d. 27 Feb 1825 aged (?41) years.

203. Flat: William HUMPHREY of this Parish d. 2 Nov 1786 aged (5-) years. Mrs Elizabeth Humphrey widow of the above d. ../June 1796 aged 68.

204. Flat: Christiana wife of John COATS of this Parish d. 27 Dec 1797 aged 27.

205. Flat, inscription nearly all broken off: ........./memory .../.........th C...es (?COATES)/.....1th ....../....years/.

206. Flat, cherub’s face etc.: Mr John COATES of this Parish d. 3 Sept 1783 aged 69.

207. Head: Mr Henry NORWOOD late of this Parish d. 15 Jan 1797 aged 76. Also Friend late wife of Mr Richard MADDISON who d. 26 Nov 1834 aged 96.

208. Head: Mr Robert ALEXANDER d. 22 Oct 1843 in 25th year of his age. Spesmea Christus.

209. Cross: Erected by her sorrowing children to the memory of Caroline Anne Elizabeth widow of the Rev. J.P. GARRETT of Kilcarron, Co. Carlow, Ireland, Died 10 Oct 1887 at Coopers, Chislehurst aged 75. Also to her beloved child Sylvia C.A. INNES widow of Alexander Innes Esqre of Raemoir and Corvie N.B. d. 16 Dec 1887 aged 34.

210. Cross: Elizabeth DEAN d. Aug 29 1857 aged 19.

211. Flat tomb: William WARD of St. Mary Lambeth d. 24 Nov 1799 in his 69th year, and Mrs Elizabeth Ward widow of the above d. 28 Feb 1803 aged 69.

212. Cross, by the lych gate: John GLIDE was one of the Ringers for (?40) years, d. Nov 7 1878 aged 85, also Mary his wife d. Sept 4 1877 aged 82.

213. Cross, next last, to one of the GLIDEs but illegible.

214. Head, with a Bell engraved at the top: Sarah GLIDE wife of William Glide, of this parish d. March 25 1838 aged 77, also Mrs Elizabeth Glide wife of above Mr Wm. Glide d. Jan 7 1852 aged 68, also near this spot to the left of this stone Mr John PALMER of this Parish d. March 16 1796 aged 100 years and 16 days, who resided upward of 80 years in this parish, Grandfather of the above Mr Wm. Glide. Also Mr Wm. Glide d. June 28 1861 aged 86, one of the band of Ringers he rung for 50 consecutive occasions for the opening of the year.

215. Flat: Mr John KNOX of this parish d. 23 April 1816 aged 71, also Mrs Elizabeth Knox d. 5 Sept 1818 aged 77.

216. Head, cross: Jane CROUCH d. April 22 1873 aged 77.

217. Head, cross: Daniel DEEN d. March 3 1876 aged 75 and Mary his wife d. Sept 25 1862 aged 62. Also Herbert Leicester Deen and Herbert Douglas Deen grandchildren of the above who died in infancy.

218. Flat: Thomas PALMER d. 19 July 1820 in his 23rd year. He was born Deaf and Dumb and was instructed in his Duty at the Asylum for Deaf and Dumb in the Kent Road.

219. Head, cross, white marble: Harriett wife of Isaac FAIRBROTHER d. July 14 1888 aged 66.

220. Flat: Moses MURRELL of this Parish d. 4 Dec 1786 aged 75. Also Mary Murrell widow of the above d. 16 March 1803 aged 84.

221. Flat: Sarah SPAKE, wife of Sampson Spake of Great Queen ......../London, dau. of Nicholas and Elizabeth COATES d. 31 Jan 1793 aged 56.

222. Head: Mary wife of Thomas SAXBY of this parish d. March 12 1850 aged 77. Also Elizabeth dau. of the above d. July 27 1821 aged 26. Also Thomas Saxby of this parish d. Sept 18 1852 aged 85. Like as a shock of corn cometh in in his season. Also Mary Ann Saxby, Granddaughter of the above d. May 30 1851 aged 33.

223. Head: Abraham TICEHURST of this parish d. 3 May 1846 aged 57. Also Anna dau. of above d. 22 Aug 1828 aged 6 years. Also Martha Philadelphia Ticehurst wife of the above Abraham Ticehurst d. 25 March 1855 aged 59.

224. Head: Mrs Ann HUSBANDS, sixteen years servant to the amiable daughters of Viscount SYDNEY. She died at Perry Street in this parish the 27th March 1825 aged 39.

225. Head: Mr William JONES, eighteen years Bailiff and Steward to Lord SYDNEY who died 12 April 1821 at Scadbury Park in this Parish in his 60th year.

226. Head: Mrs Ann JONES, 36 years an Honest & Faithfull Servant in Lord SYDNEY’s Family, died at Frognal in this parish on 6 Sept 1819 aged 60.

227. Head: Mrs Elizabeth YOUNG wife of Mark Young of this parish d. 13 April 1821 aged 26.

228. Head, cross: Ann SAWTELL d. 25 March 1873 aged 77. Also Mary DOBIN sister of the above d. 29 Oct 1880 aged 82.

229. Head: Mr Alexander BERTRAND a native of Morat in Switzerland and many years a resident of this parish, d. 23 Jan 1843 in his85th year. Also Mary Anderton Bertrand wife of above d. 30 April 1855 aged 86. "May they rest in Peace".

230. Head: Mrs Charlotte KING wife of Mr Wm King of this parish d. 19 May 1850 aged 50. A member of the Wesleyan Society, She had a hope blooming with immortality and could read her title clear to mansions in the skies. Also Mr Wm King her husband d. 7 Feb 1851 aged 50.

231. Small head, cross, near the path: Timothy SCANNELL d. April 17 1873 aged 33 years. R.I.P.

232. Flat: Mrs Mary ANGUISH wife of Mr William Anguish of this parish d. 1 Dec 1846 aged 54.

233. Head: Mr Abraham MOLE of Greenwich d. 12 Jan 1847 aged 66. Also Mrs Dorothy Mole relict of the above d. 10 August 1856 aged 64. A son’s tribute to his parents’ worth.

234. Flat, engraved on top with skull, bones, etc.; Mr Edward HAWES late of this parish d. June 14 1763 aged 63.

235. Flat: Sarah HAWES late of this Parish d. March 26 1773 aged 75.

236. Flat: Mr Thomas FIELD d. 3 Dec 1791 aged 65.

237. Flat: Thomas FIELD of this parish d. 25 Feb 1790 aged 68.

238. Flat tomb: Mr John ROGERS of the parish of St. Paul’s Deptford, joiner, d. 27 Aug 1809 aged 56 also Mary his wife d. 1 May 1793 aged 51 and Mary his 2nd wife d. 6 Nov 1801 aged 42.

239. Flat: Mr Edward DELVER late of this parish d. 22 June 1766 aged 64.

240. Flat: Elizabeth CLARKE, spinster, formerly of Beaconsfield, and late of this parish d. Aug 16 1845 aged 76.

241. Large flat tomb near the Mortuary: The vault of Samuel Gillam MILLS of Greenwich 1798. Here are deposited the Remains of Samuel Gillam Mills of Greenwich M.D. who departed this life on the 14th day of October 1808 in the 62nd year of his age. Also Mary Ann 3rd dau. of above and Catherine his wife who d. on 1st June 1798 in 16th year. Also Harriette their youngest dau. who d. 1 Aug 1812 aged 28. Catherine Sarah EDWARDS their grandchild d. 24 Oct 1818 aged 6 months. And of the above Catherine Mills who d. 12 March 1821 aged 72. Also Charles Mills Esq. youngest son of the above Samuel Gillam Mills and Catherine his wife who d. 9 Oct 1826 aged 38. On the 21 Nov 1834 died Charlotte Mills dau. of the above Saml Gillam Mills & Catherine his wife and interred in this vault.

242. Tomb with flat cross, next the above: Edward BADDELEY, formerly of this parish, Solicitor, died 27 Feb 1821 æt 35 and Elizabeth relict of above d. 28 Feb 1823 æt 57, and of John Baddeley Esq of Forest Hill died 23 Feb 1878 æt 84 and Elizabeth his wife d. 23 Sept 1867 æt 76. Also two of their children Catherine d. 19 June 1850 æt 18 and Maria wife of J.T. HAMMACK Esq d. 5 May 1851 æt 23.

243. Flat: Mrs Ann Barham WAY widow of Mr Lewis Way surgeon, of Austen Friars d. 2 Dec 1827 aged 80.

244. Flat: Mr James W......./ d. Dec 3 178(?4) aged 7(?4).

245. Cross: John HILL aged 61 d. 10 Dec 1873.

246. Flat (near the path): Martha CRIPPS obiit Nov 10 1804 ætat 77.

247. Cross: Phillip OOSTd. March 3 1851. William Oost Sept 19 1854. Sophia Oost June 14 1873.

248. Flat: Mr John GREEN d. Sept 21 1830 in his 80th year.

249. Flat: Mrs Mary GREEN wife of Mr John Green of this Parish d. April 6 1818 aged 69.

250. Head: Mr George MEADLEY late of the Parish of St Saviour Southwark d. 12 Jan 1828 aged 39.

251. Head: Mr Thomas TEASDALE d. 4 Jan 1842 aged 72. Also Mary Teasdale wife of the above d. 14 May 1843 aged 79.

252. Flat: Mr William HARVILD late of this Parish d. Dec 3 1780 aged 69.

253. Head: In memory of the much esteemed Mary HORROCKS, who d. 4 August 1806 in her 21st year. Also Thomas Horrocks Father of the above d. 3 May 1815 in his 75th year. Likewise James Horrocks son of the above Thomas Horrocks d. 3 Feb 1822 aged 54.

254. Head: Susannah wife of John HORROCKS of this Parish d. 6 July 1828 aged 55. Also John Horrocks husband of the above d. 2 Nov 1828 aged 55.

255. Flat: Underneath rest the remains of/Samuel HORROCKS/In the Firm of Messrs. Jn Horrocks & Co. London/who departed this Life/June Anno Dom: 1817 aged 35/Endowed by nature with a liberal and enlarged mind.

256. Head: Mr Robert GIMSON late of this Parish d. May 27 1810 aged 53 also Phillis dau. of the above Robert and Phillis Gimson who d. Aug 19 1809 aged 14 years. Also Martha dau. of the above d. July 22 1806, aged 10 months. Also Phillis wife of the above Mr Robert Gimson d. Jan 27 1830 aged 66.

257. Head: Mrs Elizabeth WHIGHT late wife of Edward Whight Junior of this Parish d. July 21 1811 in her 25th year. Also Edward Whight son of Edward and Elizabeth Whight d. April 7 1812 aged 17 months. Also Mr Edward Whight husband and Father of the above d. 23 Dec 1845 aged 61

258. Head, cross: Caroline wife of Mr W. WILLIAMS of this Parish d. at Hastings July 10 1869 aged 53. Also Mr W. Williams d. Jan 26 1884 aged 69.

259. Head: Mrs Mary Prowett GODSEL wife of Rd Godsel of this Parish d. 16 May 1833 aged 72. Also Mr Richd Godsel husband of the above d. 24 June 1844 aged 81.

260. Head: Mr Thomas BLACKNEY of this Parish d. 18 July 1839 aged 52, also Elizabeth dau. of the above d. 31 May 1846 aged 24. Also Francis Blackney son of the above d. 12 Sept 1854 in his 23rd year. Also Mary wife of the above Thomas Blackney d. 11 July 1866 aged 73.

261. Head: Mrs Mary BLACKNEY wife of Mr Samuel Blackney of this parish d. 16 Oct 1808 aged 50. Also Mrs Ann Blackney wife of above Mr Samuel Blackney d. 6 June 1813 aged 42. Also Martha dau. of Mr Samuel Blackney d. 17 Jan 1805 aged 12. Also the above Mr Samuel Blackney d. 3 Dec 1836 aged 88.

262. Cross: Ellen BLACKNEY in Peace Sept 14 1860 she lived here 33 years +.

263. Granite tomb: In affectionate remembrance of/Edward and Elizabeth ELLIS/who died by the hand of an assassin/in Petts Wood, St Paul’s Cray Common/on Sunday 31st Oct 1880/aged respectively 74 and 60 years. On the south side: Sacred to the memory of/Mary the beloved wife of Edward Ellis/d. 5 Dec 1871 aged 61 years.

264. Head: Mr James WILLIAMS of this Parish d. 4 Sept 1833 aged 64 also 3 sons and 1 dau. of the above. Also Eleanor Williams d. 7 July 1841 aged 19. Also Mary Ann wife of above d. Oct 21 1857 aged 77. Also Eliza Williams d. Jan 23 1864 aged 59. Also Mary Ann wife of Mr John KEMP d. 27 March 1866 aged 61.

265. Cross: Thomas only son of Edward and Mary ELLIS d. 23 Dec 1850 aged 15 years. Also Evelyne Mary beloved child of Richard and Harriot BLACKNEY d. 19 Nov 1879 aged 3 years.

266. Head: Sarah CRAKE d. 24 March 1861 aged 56. Louisa JANES dau. of William and Julia Janes d. March 25 1875 aged 3 years – neice of the above.

267. Cross: Samuel BLACKNEY d. March 9 1870 aged 57. Also Mary his wife d. April 17 1876 aged 63. Also Hannah Sarah dau. of Samuel & Mary Blackney d. 31 March 1878 aged 29.

268. Flat, with two skulls engraved: Here lyeth Interrd the Body of Mr Edward MUGGERIDGE of this Parish who departed this Life December ye 31st 1744 aged 67.

269. Flat tomb: Mrs Ann ROBINSON d. --/March 1801 (or ?1861) aged 72.

270. Head: William STENT many years a resident in this Parish d. 22 May 1856 in his 82nd year. Also Elizabeth Stent his wife d. 23 Feb 1836 aged 60.

271. Flat: Mrs Jane MISKEN wife of Mr Edward Misken, clerk of this Parish d. 4 April 1816 aged 68.

272a. Flat: Mrs Eleanor BALLANTINE late of this Parish d. 10 Feb 1795 aged 82. Also Leonard son of Edward MISKIN clerk of this Parish and Jane his wife d. 27 June 1794 aged 3 years & 9 months. And Thomas Miskin, Shipwright son of the above Edward & Jane Miskin d. 2 March 1814 aged 26.

272b. Flat: Mrs Ann GIMSON wife of Mr George Gimson of ths parish d. July 16 1821 aged 31. Also the above Mr George Gimson d. May 14 1836 aged 44.

273. Head: Mr Joseph CHANDLER of this Parish d. 13 May 1839 aged 46 and Marianne his wife d. 15 March 1861 aged 61.

274. Cross, by the path: Maria wife of George COOPER d. March 3 1875.

275. Head: William WHEELER of this Parish d. Sept 16 1810 also Ann his wife d. Sept 24 1855 aged 76.

276. Flat, broken: Ann WAKEFIELD wife of Joseph Wakefield d. 4 July 1813 aged 36 years. Also Mary Wakefield dau of above d. 10 Aug 1813 aged 6.

277. Four small stones at the corners of a plot inscribed: J.M. 1886.

278. Wooden rail: James HENBREY d. May 16 1864 aged 76. Mary Henbrey wife of James Henbrey of Serpentine Lodge, Hyde Park London d. Sept 27 1834. She lived many years with the late Mary TOWNSEND.

279. Flat: Mrs Hannah PETWORTH wife of Mr Francis Petworth of this parish d. 23 Feb 1813 aged 60. Also George Petworth son of the above d. 30 Aug 1816 aged 24. Also the above Mr Francis Petworth d. 7 April 1838 aged 78.

280. Flat: George COLVEN d. Aug 14 1814 aged 49.

281. Flat: Eleanor ANTRIM d. 27 March 1844 (or 1811) aged 80.

282. Flat: Mrs Mary BARR wife of Mr Richard Barr of this Parish d. Sept 14 1812 aged 34.

283. Small cross, inscription gone.

284. Head: John WYBURN an old inhabitant of this Parish d. Sept 18 1856 in his 80th year. Also Eleanor wife of the above John Wyburn d. 21 May 1857 aged 77.

285. Head: Mr John WYBURN late of the parish of Bexley d. 25 March 1824 in his 74th year. Also Sarah his wife d. 23 Oct 1836 in her 81st year.

286. Cross: Mary wife of William JACKET d. 10 May 1866 aged 47. Also William Jacket husband of the above d. 1 June 1880 aged 80.

287. Flat tomb, near the mortuary: Beneath/Lie the Mortal Remains.of/Alexander HOWE Esq/Lieutenant Colonel in His Majesty’s Army/Eldest son of Alexander WRIGHT Esq of Stirlingshire in Scotland/and of the Honourable Mary Howe his wife/Eldest daughter of Baron CHEDWORTH/of Chedworth./He died on the 27th November 1812/aged sixty years/and is buried as he desired adjoining/the grave of a faithful servant/To whose slowly declining age/He extended the most affectionate care./ His mind was strong penetrating/............. retentive/His attainments were large/His manners refined/of an ardent temper/Generous, forgiving/In Friendship cordial/In Humane exertions active/and unwearied.

288. Flat: Here lies the body of Elizabeth GUTTRIDGE who died the 1st May 1792 aged 70.

289. Flat: Mr John EDWARDS of Moorfields London, Silk Broker d. 17 July 1784 aged 77.

290. Flat: Robert WACKRILL of Danbury in Essex d. June 9 1808 aged 25.

291. Head: Miss Susannah LEWIS of this Parish d. 24 April 1846 aged 70.

292. Head: Mr John LEWIS of this Parish d. 9 Dec 1832 aged 49.

293. Flat tomb: Mr Rice PRICE, died at Chislehurst January 17 1798 in his 63rd year. Margaret Price, widow of above d. 6 Feb 1803 in her 61st year.

294. Head: Sarah wife of Mr George Alfred PITE and relative of Mr John and Miss Susanna LEWIS of this Parish d. March 1 1852 aged 27.

295. Head: Mrs Millicent DEROUSSHSIRE of this Parish relict of the late Mr C. Derousshire of Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, who died 32 Janr 1836 in 81st year.

296. Wooden rail: Mrs Sarah WENBORN wife of Mr Henry Wenborn d. Aug 16 1828 aged 32. And of Henry Jackson Wenborn son of the above d. Nov 3 1828 aged 3 months. On the other side: Mr Henry Wenborn of this Parish ................................. (remainder lost).

297. Head: Mr John WENBORN of this Parish d. 8 July 1805 aged 73. Also Mrs Elizabeth wife of above d. 17 Jan 1838 aged 66.

298. Flat: Ann wife of John WENBORN of this parish d. Feb (?8) 1781 (or 4) aged (?5)6 years also Susan wife of the above d. 19 Aug 1788 aged ../.

299. Flat: Richard BATTERSBEE late of this Parish d. 27 Nov 1787 aged 87.

300. Head: Adam GRINTON d. Oct 31 1856 aged 69 and Eliza his wife d. Sept 11 1862 aged 51. Also near are the remains of Ann ATKINSON mother of Eliza Grinton d. Feb 24 1845 aged 69.

301. Head: Richard BATTERSBEE of this Parish d. 5 April 1803 aged 73 also Elizabeth his wife d. 23 May 1816 aged 81.

302. Head: Mr Francis STOCKMAN d. 27 March 1817 aged 91.

303. Head: William STOCKMAN of this parish d. 5 May 1839 in his 70th year. Also William Stockman nephew of the above d. 31 March 1842 aged 44.

304. Head: Mrs Sarah KEMP died at Dulwich on 26th April 1831 aged 66. Also Mr Thomas Kemp husband of the above d. at Dulwich on 24 August 1833 aged 61.

305. Head: Harriot STOCKMAN wife of John Stockman of this Parish d. 1 Oct 1843 aged 65. Also Elizabeth Annabella wife of Wm Stockman d. Sept 19 1854 aged 50.

306. Head: Mr William TURNER d. 14 Sept 1828 aged 25. Also Mary STOCKMAN niece of the above d. 30 Dec 1828 aged 8 months.

307. Head: Elizabeth wife of Richard CHAMBERLAINE of this Parish d. 8 Oct 1826 aged 39. Also three children of the above. Also the above Richard Chamberlaine d. Aug 21 1849 aged 58.

308. Cross: Henry Percy, child of Edgar & Mary WATERS born 19 July 1881 died 10 June 1882.

309. Flat: Mr George MACE d. 11 Aug 1827 aged 73. Also Mary his wife d. 13 Jan 1837 in her 79th year.

310. Flat: Mr John MACE d. May 1 1809 aged 90.

311. Flat: Elizabeth TRUBSHAW of Little Haywood in the County of Stafford d. 27 March 1799 aged 49.

312. Head, cross: James, husband of Lizzie CHEEK d. May 5 1888 aged 34. Also Annie infant dau. of the above aged 7 months died May 9 1888.

313. Head, cross: Agnes wife of David WATSON of Summer Hill House d. 14 June 1882 aged 72.

The following ten stones are under or near the Yew tree in this plot:
314. Stone with Iron cross on the top. Inscription illegible, but believed to be to one of the BATTERSBEE family.

315. Head: Hannah wife of Thomas STOW senior of this Parish d. 28 Oct 1841 aged 68. Also Edward Charles son of Edward & Mary Stow who d. in the asylum for the deaf & dumb Dec 11 1856 aged 9 years. Also the above Thomas Stow d. 12 May 1849 in his 78th year.

316. Cross: Alfred Steel GOODALE d. July 31 1884 aged 35.

317. Small stone: E.S. 1829. H.W. 1835. T.S. ...7/.

318. Head, small with angels etc. carved: Alice CAMPKIN born March 5 1877 died Jan 5 1879 aged 1 year 10 months.

319. Head: Elizabeth wife of Thomas STOW of this Parish d. 1 July 1829 aged 19 years. Also Mrs Hester WOOD of this Parish d. 25 April 1835 aged 72 years. Also the above Thomas Stow d. 24 April 1835 aged 33.

320. Headstone, near the path: Thomas ELMES of this Parish d. 2 Nov 1725 aged 42. Also Elizabeth wife of the above d. 30 April 1719 (?) aged 40 years. Also Mr Thomas Elmes son of the above d. 26 Sept 1781 in his 70th year and William Elmes his brother d. 6 Nov 1786 aged 72.

321. Two stones within rails: [1]. Kitty WILLMIN d. Feb 6 1873 aged 71. [2]. Sarah Phillis Willmin d. 24 June 1858 aged 26. Also Jonathan Willmin brother of the above d. June 20 1842 aged 12.

The following are from the Yew tree northwards:
322. Head: Jane wife of Thomas ABBOTT of this Parish d. April 5 1770 aged 25. Also Ann dau. of Thomas and Jane Abbott d. July 10 1777 aged 9 years and Thomas Abbott d. Jan 1 1780 aged 62.

323. Head: Here lies interred the body of/Thomas ABBOTT/late of this Parish/who Departed this Life the 27/day of June 1748 in the 52/year of his age.

324. Head: Here Lyeth the Body of Isaac MAN of this Parish who Departed this Life Novbre 22nd 1730 aged 70 years.

325. Head, cross: Harriet NEWMAN d. Nov 15 1863 aged 33. Eliza sister of the above d. July 13 1880 aged 63.

326. Head, cross: James WINTER d. Good Friday April 7 1882 aged 52. Also Emily Winter wife of above d. Dec 18 1884 aged 55.

327. Head: Caroline wife of George JAMES deceased Dec 9 1848 aged ../.

328. Small stone: A.A. 1731.

329. Head, cross: Alfred son of Thomas & Emma CHARRINGTON d. Sept 17 1855 aged 5 years.

330. Marble cross: Maria, "Marie", wife of Charles F. DENNY aged 28 years 28 days.

331. Small head: Thomas R. CROWHURST born Oct 19 1856 d. April 1857 aged 6 months.

332. Head: Priscilla wife of Henry DENNY d. on her 73rd birthday Sept 15 1882. Also the above Henry Denny d. Jan 5 1886 in his 82nd year. George Edward Denny son of the above died at sea Feb 17 1876 aged 33.

333. Cross: Edward Alfred CUTHBERT d. 7 Dec 1863 aged 19 years.

334. Head, cross: Emma wife of George CROWHURST d. 26 Jan 1886 in her 63rd year.

335. Small cross: Henry H. Dec 23 1825. Charles H. Oct 7 1826. Julia H. May 30 1834. John H. Aug 1 1853. Also Stephen HUGHESMAN d. Oct 28 1880 aged 80.

336. Head: Mr Peter FILLERY of this Parish d. 12 Dec 1838 aged 82. Also Ms Hannah Fillery his wife d. 9 Feb 1845 in her 83rd year.

337. Flat tomb: Mr John NEWALL d. 2 Nov 1796 aged 43.

338. Head: Martha PARSONS d. May 1 1875 aged 81. John STEPTOE d. Jan 23 1864 aged 49. Harriett Emily Parsons d. April 4 1872 aged 1 year.

339. Head, cross: William PARSONS d. April 15 1887 aged 68.

340. Head, cross: Amy BRISTOL d. Jan 24 1870 aged 11 months. Elizabeth Bristol d. 2 April 1873 aged 9 years.

341. Head, cross: Annie dau. of Henry and Mary SPERRING born 27 Feb, d. 23 Nov 1868. Also Lewin son of the above Henry & Mary Sperring born 9 Oct 1865 d. 28 March 1873.

342. Cross: John SILVESTER born May 11 1801 d. April 13 1880. Also Elizabeth his wife and also their 3 sons who were buried in the churchyard at Paddington.

343. Cross: John SILVESTER d. Jan 17 1855 aged 84. Also Martha his wife d. 11 Feb 1841 aged 69.

344. Head: Katharine Marguerite d. Feb 20 1874 aged one year. Also Edith Mary d. Dec 2 1884 aged 3 years, children of John and Maria HOWARD.


D.   In the northern part of the churchyard, i.e. in the ground to the left of the path leading from the west gate of the yard to the north gate, beginning at the east and working westward
345. Cross: GeorgeDENNY born 9 Jan 1795 died at Chislehurst 7 Dec 1867. Catherine Helen Perpetua his wife b. 7 March 1810 d. 12 June 1866. Charles Archibald Denny 40th Bengal Native Infantry b. 10 March 1833, d. at Prome Burmah 27 Feb 1853. Frances Helen wife of Wm. J. CURTOYS b. 13 Aug 1835, d. at Montreal Canada 7 Jan 1860. Henry Albert Denny b. 25 April 1840, d. at Port-au-Prince, Hayti, 13 Jan 1858. Hampden Denny b. 10 Dec 1844 d. at Ainsleyville Canada 22 July 1872.

346. Flat: Elizabeth AYLWARD youngest dau. of Anthony and Sarah Aylward d. May 10 1849 aged 21 years.

347. Head: Mr James EASTICK of White Chapel d. Jan 26 1787 aged 43. Margaret his wife d. Oct 6 1791 aged 33 also Mary Ann ELLISON dau. of Thomas and Sarah Ellison of London and Granddaughter of the above d. April 12 1808 aged 6 months. Also Sarah Judith Ellison d. Aug 16 1810 aged 6 years and 1 month.

348. Cross: Catherine QUANCE d. Jan 24 1862 aged 72.

349. Cross: Joseph BRIGGS b. Mar 16 1817 d. Jan 17 1874 eldest son of the late Joseph Briggs, Gentleman, of Whitlesey, Camb., and relative of the late Sir Harry SMITH, Bart.

350. Cross: Henrietta dau. of John Orme NORTON of Newark upon Trent d. Sept 22 1886 aged 68.

351. Head: Eliza SMITH d. May 6 1886 aged 79 years.

352. Low tomb, with flat floriated cross on top: In loving remembrance of/George Somers Leigh CLARKE, F.R.I.B.A. who entered/into rest/iv July MDCCCLXXXII. The Memory of the Just is Blessed +.

353. Head, cross: Emma WALLIS d. of Benjamin Crispin Wallis of Poplar, Middlesex, d. at her home in the Governesses Institution Adjoining, 23 Jan 1883 aged 67.

354. Small head: Caroline EDWARDS of Nuneaton Warwickshire d. at the Governess’s Asylum .............. (rest gone).

355. Cross: Anne DRING dau. of the late Henry Dring, Shipowner of Hull d. June 11 1889 aged 86. Also Ann Susannah LOMAX d. July 18 1889.

356. Cross: Joseph Gressey WOODMAN d. Sept 20 1884 aged 1 year 4 mths.

357. Cross: Robert CORDERY husband of Annie Cordery d. Nov 7 1884 aged 38 years.

358. Cross: Isaac BROADWAY d. June 15 1884 aged 54.

359. Cross: Edward John WRETHAM d. Nov 6 1884 aged 5 yrs & 4 mths.

360. Head, cross: Mary widow of John WOOD of Rotherhithe d. July 23 1884 aged 79 and of Catherine S. JACKSON born at Musselburgh d. Jan 8 1885 aged 75. Also Mary Elizabeth WHEELER d. April 5 1887 aged 71.

361. Low tomb with cross: William WILLIAMS of Penrhos d. Sept 9 1878 in his 71st year. Mary Ann Williams d. Aug 20 1876.

362. Cross: Lucy T. LAMBERT b. 11 Aug 1790 d. 26 March 1859 In the same grave with her mother, Lucy Anne STOW wife of Thomas Broughton STOW b. 1 Jan 1813 d. 7 Aug 1863. Also Thomas Broughton Stow d. 10 Jan 1883 aged 80.

363. Cross: Alexander GAMBLE b. 17 March 1817 d. 15 Aug 1880.

364. Cross: Henry SLADE, Captain R.A. deceased at Port Royal Jamaica, May 6 1841 aged 50. Also Mary Anne his wife d. at Putney, Surrey, May 14 1869 aged 67.

365. Cross: M.A.D., M.C. Mary Ann DREW, b. July 28 1772 d. May 17 1857. Also Maria CRISTALL her dau. d. Dec 23 1872 aged 79.

366. Head: Garrard MARTIN, a faithful servant who d. April 29 1799 aged 73. This stone was erected by his Master.

367. Flat: Near to his fellow servant at his own request is here laid Jennis PETT, Coachman to the Rector of this Parish. A good husband etc. d. Oct 11 1801 aged 51.

368. Flat: John MANDERSON, many years Head Coachman to the late Earl of Cardigan afterwards much valued in this capacity by Francis WOLLASTON, Rector of this Parish, in whose service he died Dec 27 1813 aged 61.

369. Flat: Ann MORRIS, widow d. May 17 1815 aged 73. Placed by Rev. Francis WOLLASTON as a Testimony of her Faithful service of 16 years to his family.

370. Cross: Mary Ann wife of John SIBLEY b. Oct 16 1840, d. Aug 21 1876.

371. Cross: Mary Ann wife of William John COOPER d. July 31 1883 aged 43.

372. Cross: Rev. William WIGHT formerly vicar of Harbury, Warwickshire lately resident in lower Camden, Chislehurst. Obiit 16 Oct 1884 obdormivit in Christo. Aged 74 years.

373. Cross: Amelia Georgina Adelaide PLUMMER d. Mar 15 1884 aged 34.

374. Cross: Charles Fuge LOWDER, Priest M.A. First Vicar of St Peter’s London Docks, died at Zell-am-See, Austria Sept 9 1880 aged 60 years.

375. Cross: Anna widow of Richard Sorton DARBY of Hawkeswood, Shropshire, d. 18 Jan 1884, also Sheldon Dudley ASHBY d. 24 May 1887 aged 51. R.I.P.

376. Cross: Katherine Mary HUTTON b. Sept 20 1858 d. 18 June 1880.

377. Cross: Matthew TESTER d. June 28 1881 aged 64.

378. Cross: Fanny Jane HAYDON d. 31 July 1883 aged 54.

379. Stone edging of a grave: William Garner KENNY d. 19 April 1883 aged 63.

380. Cross: Harriet Foyster wife of James Hill BOWEN of Leweston, Chislehurst, died at Carlsbad, Bohemia, 5 Oct 1882 aged 58.

381. Wood cross: "In Peace" – no name.

382. Small cross: Robert HARVEY b. April 1883 d. Dec 1883.

383. Low headstone: Frances Charlotte HORWOOD eldest dau. of Sir Thomas Duffus HARDY, Kt., D.C.L. Oxon, Sometime Deputy keeper of the Public Records d. 17 June 1885.

384. Cross: Mary Margaret, dau. of G. and M. NEWAN, b. June 27 1875, d. Mar 15 1886.

385. Cross: Betsy EDWARDS widow of Rev. T. Lushington Edwards, Rector of Fishtoft, Lincolnshire d. Sept 10 1884 aged 65.

386. Cross: Alice Edith Mary, dau. of S. & M. MASON d. Jan 14 1890 aged 5 years 5 months.

387. Cross: Constance E. Madeline FITZ d. June 4 1887 aged 5 years. Also Irene Victoria Hazel Fitz d. Dec 7 1887 aged 8 weeks.

388. Cross: George FOSSICK d. at Chislehurst May 5 1888 aged 78.

389. Cross: Harold Edward son of Sydney and Sarah FRENCH d. Sept 26 1885 aged 4 years 3 months.

390. Cross: Gladys Mary HOYLAND b. 12 May 1885 d. 9 April 1886.

391. Cross: Jane KEYNTON d. March 9 1868.

392. Cross: Henry PARKER d. suddenly March 4 1888 aged 44. Also Thos. H. Parker died just baptized aged 15 days.

393. Cross: Frances wife of George PECKHAM aged 45.

394. Cross: William husband of Emily SAUNBY d. Sept 20 1886 aged 30.

395. Small cross: Edith Emily SAUNBY d. Aug 18 1884 aged 6 months.

396. Head: Mary wife of William PERRY b. at Falmouth April 16 1825 d. at Chislehurst April 9 1881 aged 56.

397. Cross: Frederick George ALDERTON d. Oct 13 1888 in 35th year.

398. Cross: Thomas Francis Beaufort FOX b. 3 Dec 1883 d. 14 Feb 1888.

399. Head: Grace HANCOCK d. 20 Feb 1882 aged 85. This stone is placed by the family of Frederick POWELL, with whom she lived as nurse 31 years, in token of their love.

400. Head, cross: Dorothy wife of William Aker LORD d. Aug 12 1886 aged 56.

401. Flat tomb: At the Foot of this Vault/are deposited the Remains of/ William 2 years; Elizabeth 12 years; Richard aged 17 years; George 2 years; Ann 19 years; Matilda 15 years; children of/Mr William and Mrs Susan DYER/of Blackheath in this County/Also Quintin Cranfurd Dyer/grandson of the above aged 9 years/And in this Vault/are deposited the Remains of/Susan Dyer daughter of the above/who died October 15th 1817/aged 27 years/Likewise the above named/Mrs Susan Dyer who died/February 20 1830 aged 74 years/Also Mr William Dyer/who died July 5 1831/aged 82 years.

402. Head, cross: Henry James CROFTS husband of Mary Ann Crofts d. Nov 20 1882 aged 35. Also Florence Emily Crofts Oct 16 1880 aged 4 months. Albert Henry Crofts July 14 1882 aged 8 months.

403. Flat: Martin NORMAN, Madras Civil Service d. Oct 16 1859 aged 28 years. Henry Martin Norman d. Jan 29 1860 aged 23. Frances Martin Norman d. May 6 1866 aged 26.

404. Head, cross: Louisa OAKLEY b. 1794 d. 1875. Mary Ann MOULD b. 1793, d. 1875.

405. Cross: Gertrude Fanny dau. of Alfred and Eleanor PARISH d. June 13 1862 aged 3 years 4 months.

406. Head: Louisa STEPHEN wife of J.R. MACDUFF, D.D. died Jan 4 1888 aged 71.

407. Head: William CHESHIRE d. 7 Dec 1869 aged 74. Ann Cheshire wife of above d. 13 Sept aged 76. Sarah RAWLINGS d. 1 Jan 1868 aged 38.

408. Cross: Halsey Edgar JANSON b. Aug 4, d. Aug 24 1864. Gladys Mary Janson b. Jan 3, d. July 24 1885.

409. Cross: Elizabeth Ann JANSON d. Feb 5 1889 aged 61.

410. Head, cross: Isabella Gertrude wife of Rev. William CAMPBELL d. 4 Jan 1860, and of Gertrude their only child d. 2 Jan 1860. And of the Rev. William Campbell H.M. Inspector of Schools d. July 12 1886.

411. Cross: Constance infant dau. of Walter & Mary MURTON b. 28 Oct 1877 d. 12 Nov 1877. Also of Arthur their infant son b. 18 May 1864 d. 7 Aug 1864 d. at Kensal Green.

412. Cross: Clifford SCHNEIDER b. 18 Sept 1882 d. 10 April 1884.

413. Cross: Sanderson ROBINS, Vicar of St. Peter’s Thanet, and Rural Dean d. Dec 5 A.D. 1862 aged LXI.

414. Head, cross: James COLLINS aged 31 d. June 23 1875.

415. Low tomb with sloping top, having an iron slab on the south side: George SKIPTON, J.P. D.L. of Beechhill, Londonderry, Ireland d. July 20 1877 aged 49. "Per caligantem nigra formidine lucum/En! patet in glaucas oras mors janua vitæ./Felices – que locos qua spes æterna perennat".

416. Head, cross: Samuel ADAMS d. 23 Dec 1878 aged 53, for 23 years the faithful servant and friend of N.W.J. STROODE Esq. of Camden Place.

417. Cross: Harry Edward SALES d. Aug 9 1882 aged 3 years.

418. Cross: Thomas POWELL husband of Elizabeth Powell of this Parish born April 18 1807 d. Jan 27 1878 aged 70.

419. Cross: Frederick POWELL d. 3 April 1877 aged 34. Quiescit defessus.

420. Cross: Caroline JOHNSTON b. April 28 1832 d. Dec 3 1875.

421. On stone edging: Kate wife of Christopher OAKLEY of Cromlix in this Parish b. 4 March 1839 d. 23 Feb 1882. Ruth Beatrice Anne Oakaley 5th child of Christopher & Kate Oakley b. Jan 12 1874 d. Dec 18 1882.

422. Cross: Charlotte SMITH aged 70.

423. Head, cross: Arthur COOK, infant child of George and Emma CAWSTON b. Nov 10 1874 d. Nov 20 1874.

424. Cross: William HALSE d. 27 Jan 1864 aged 44.

425. Two large red granite tombs within low iron rails: Helene, Viscountess WALDEN died Sept 30 1871 aged 55 years. Arthur 9th Marquis of TWEEDDALE died 28 Dec 1878 aged 54 years.

426. Head, cross: Mary widow of Alfred John KEMRE Esqre born 9 Dec 1790 d. 12 July 1860.

427. Head, cross: John NUSSEY d. 14 April 1862 aged 68 and Mary his wife d. 27 June 1868 aged 69.

428. Small cross: Gordon Frederic son of Antony F. & Mary H. NUSSEY d. 27 Sept 1886 aged 3 weeks.

429. Granite cross: Jane Ann wife of G.T. SELBY Esq. d. June 4 1866 aged 32.

430. Head, cross: William Ferdinand FODOR, accidentally killed on 15 Oct 1870 aged 47. Erected in remembrance of many years of friendship by N.W.J. STRODE.

431. Small cross: Ellen Constance, dau. of John & Jessie DAVIS, b. Feb 28 1868, d. July 17 1868. R.I.P.

432. Small head, cross: Charles J. TEASDALE d. June 28 1872 aged 40.

433. Head, cross: Louise BAND of Nyon, Switzerland, for 52 years servant in the family of Joseph F. EDLMANN of Hawkwood, d. Nov 28 1869 aged 76.

434. Head: Lizzie LINE d. April 23 1880 in 26th year.

435. Granite tomb in cross form: John Edmund ANDERDON of Henlade Taunton d. Oct 18 1872 aged 43. Also Jane his wife d. Feb 4 1878.

436. Cross: Samuel SOLLY, F.R.S. Sept 24 1871 aged 66. Jane widow of above July 1 1889 aged 75.

437. White marble cross: Charles Hood Chichele PLOWDEN born 23 Jan 1796 deceased 21 July 1866. Charles Chichele son of C.H.C. Plowden & Elizabeth his wife born 15 Sept 1825 dec. 27 July 1878. Elizabeth widow of Charles H.C. Plowden born 28 Oct 1801 dec. 13 Aug 1874.

438. Head, cross: Elizabeth Gertrude GRIFFITH 3rd dau. of the Rev. John Wm. Griffith, Rector of Bishopslow, Wilts, d. Nov 16 1860 aged 25.

439. Cross: Jane Eleanor wife of Edwin GOWER d. 16 Nov 1882 aged 70. Robert Edward 3rd son of Edwin & Jane Gower d. 20 June 1871 in 28th year. Edwin Henry, infant son of Henry Edwin & Mary Caroline Gower b. 2 April & died 11 May 1873 aged 5 weeks.

440. Cross: Rebecca MARRIOTT d. 24 March 1873 aged 66.

441. Small cross: Jane CUDD, d. 20 April 1888 aged 5 years.

442. Cross: George PRICE d. Feb 9 1881 aged 70.

443. Cross: Anna Maria ANDERDON d. May 1 1880 aged 84.

444. Cross: Via crucis via lucis. John Lavicount ANDERDON d. March 8 1874 aged 82.

445. Small head, cross (broken): Amy wife of Wm. JANES b. July 26 1839, d. May 28 1869 also Alfred William b. April 26 1869 d. May 30 1869.

446. Small headstone: Louisa COLLINS, Biblewoman, the succourer of many d. Nov 10 1885 aged 70.

447. Cross: George TAYLOR husband of Ann Taylor d. March 6 1878 aged 54.

448. Head, cross: William son of Moses & Sarah LINE d. Oct 26 1856 aged 4 years. Also Emily their dau. d. Nov 27 1874 aged 19.

449. Head, cross: William SELBY d. Oct 28 1858 aged 9 months. Also Amy Wood d. Jan 16 1863 aged 3½ years.

450. Head, cross: Sarah Matilda WARLOW d. Aug 19 1869 aged 45.

451. Head, cross: Rebecca DAWSON d. Jan 9 1872 aged 83.

452. Cross, in the north west corner of the yard. [East side]: Ellinor Dorinda LAWRENCE d. 12 Aug 1834 aged 2 years 10 months. Thomas George, brother of the above d. 4 Nov 1837 aged 12 years. [West wide]: Thomas Lawrence d. 24 Sept 1846 aged 56. Elizabeth widow of the above d. 5 May 1875 aged 84. [South side]: Mary Lawrence d. 8 Nov 1842 aged 91. Mary Sophia dau. of above d. 13 June 1869 aged 15.

453. Cross: Anne TALBOT wife of Charles MURLEY of Chislehurst d. Apr 22 1885 in her 32nd year.

454. Cross: Mary NOAKES died at Stone July 15 1885 in her 87th year. For many years the faithful friend of Lady Sarah Murray and her family.

455. Cross: Jessie DRUMMOND aged 55 years d. on the Eve of St Michael’s Day 1884. For 20 years she held with loving care the charge of the children of St. Michael’s Orphanage.

456. Cross: Via Crucis via lucis. Here Resteth all that could die of Sarah Maria MURRAY widow of George BISHOP of Rochester, Departed July 11th 1874 aged 86 years.

457. Cross: Ellen Martin d. Oct 25 1883 aged 88, for 59 years the faithful servant of Lady Sarah Murray.

458. Small cross: John PERI, an aboriginal native of Queensland Australia, baptised at Sydney May 2 1872 d. at St Michaels Orphanage St John’s Day 1873 aged about 6 years.

459. Cross: George William PALMER Jan 23 1867 aged 9 years. Walter MACFARLANE Jan 28 1867 aged 14 years. Augustine LOTT Jan 6 1889 aged 7 years.

460. Small cross: Jannet Frances GREENLOW of St Michael’s Orphanage d. Aug 29 1863.

461. Small cross: Albert Mole MORGAN d. July 14 1882 aged 6 years. William Morgan d. Nov 18 1861 aged 4 years.

462. Cross: Samuel Vincent SMITH b. Aug 10 1850 d. Sept 20 1857.

463. Head, cross: Rosetta MARSH d. May 9 1853 aged 6 weeks. Clara Marsh d. Aug 2 1871 aged 7½ years.

464. Head, cross: Arthur MARSH d. Nov 2 1862 aged 7 months. Alice Marsh d. Nov 28 1862 aged 8 months.

465. Head: Mr Thomas STAPLES son of Mr John & Mrs Staples of James Street, Covent Garden d. 18 Oct 1842 in his 28th year. Also Mr John Staples, Father of the above Mr Thomas Staples d. 27 Nov 1851 in his 66th year.

466. Head, cross: Isabella Charlotte Susanna WESTON b. May 29 1781 d. Jan 8 1859.

467. Head: Mrs Mary WATKINSON of this Parish d. 31 Dec 1823 aged 48. Also Mrs Sarah STAPLES sister of the above & wife of Mr John Staples, of James’ Street, Covent Garden, d. 24 July 1834 aged 47.

468. A large Vault tomb. [On the south side]: George LEWIS Esq Colonel in the Royal Regiment of Artillery/who d. Feb 22 1791 aged 56. He served in the several glorious Campaigns against the French and Spaniards in America/From 1757 to the end of the war in 1762/and was present at the taking of Louisbourg, Quebec, Martinique, and the Havannah. He commanded the Artillery at the Siege of Gibraltar where he so eminently distinguished himself by his great activity and Exertions. But particularly on the 13 September 1782 (when the Artillery under his direction set fire to and destroyed all the Floating Batteries of the Combined Forces of France and Spain) that the King was graciously pleased to signify to him His approbation of his Conduct and as a Reward for so signal a Service and the Dangerous Wound he received on that Occasion. To bestow on him a Mark of his Royal Favor. [On the north side]: Mary Lewis widow of Colonel George Lewis whose remains are also deposited in this tomb, an affectionate wife & tender parent d. 22 Dec 1811 in the 66th year of her age. Two infant daughters Jane & Hannah are also interred here.

469. A large vault tomb (next to the above): Beneath this Tomb are the remains of Mary Russel LEWIS whose life after the most severe sufferings terminated on 20 Sept 1823 at the age of 49. She was eldest dau. of the late Colonel George Lewis of the Royal Artillery. In this Vault with her sister are the remains of Elizabeth Sophia Lewis born March 18 1784 d. Feb 25 1852.

470. Flat tomb: Here lie the Remains of Louisa Hyde WOLLASTON seventh daughter of Francis Wollaston Rector of this Parish and Althea his wife. She was born Sept 30 1771 and died March 15 1772. She first of Eleven Children. Tasted of Death and is secure of a joyfull Resurrection to Life Let us be as Innocent and we shall be as happy In the same Grave is also laid another spotless Infant Henry Hyde Wollaston their sixth son whom the Lord gave them March 10 and took in to himself July 15 1774.

471. Head, cross: Ernest Gilbert Buchanan WOLLASTON born Sept 30 1849 died Sept 22 1851.

472. Marble cross: Constance Sophia WOLLASTON d. May 29 1888 aged 42.

473. Large flat tomb: Here lies what was mortal of Mrs Althea WOLLASTON who after living during 40 years a constant Blessing to her Husband Bearing to him and rearing with tender care a very numerous and most affectionate offspring was taken to The Lord by a sudden stroke June 8 1798 in the 60th year of her age Her afflicted Mate Though he acknowledges with gratitude The very many Blessings he still enjoys Feels himself now ready when The Lord Shall please To be summoned to this his destined Grave Since She no longer lives to weep over it. She died in Christian Hope of being raised To a state of more pure and perfect Bliss He lives in like Hope of being found worthy To meet Her never to part again. After an interval of 17 years Here also are deposited the earthly Remains of Her Husband Francis Wollaston During 46 years Rector of this Parish A firm Believer in the Revelations from God An open Protester against the addition of Men and a conscientious Minister of the Gospel by Jesus Christ He died 31 Octr 1815 aged 83 years/May his labours find acceptance in Heaven.

474. Flat: In a vault underneath of the family of Francis and Althea WOLLASTON are deposited Mary Ann Wollaston late BLANCKE-NILAGEN the wife of Henry Septimus Hyde Wollaston their 7th son. She was born Oct 2 1778 and d. July 25 1805. Also Sophia Hyde Wollaston 9th dau. b. Oct 19 1777 d. June 11 1810. Also Frances Wollaston late BUCHANAN 2nd wife of Henry Septimus Hyde Wollaston b. May 13 1786 d. Dec 26 1827. Also Wm. Hyde Wollaston M.D., V.P.R.S. their 3rd son, he was b. Aug 6 1766 & d. Dec 22 1828. Also Ann Hyde Wollaston their 6th dau. b. April 3 1769, d. Dec 27 1829. Also Charlotte Hyde Wollaston their 3rd dau. b. June 6 1763, d. Sept 17 1835. Also Henrietta Hyde Wollaston 5th dau. born Sept 6 1767 d. June 5 1840. Also Katherine Hyde Wollaston 4th dau. b. June 18 1764 d. Nov 27 1844. Also Amelia Hyde Wollaston 8th dau. b. March 7 1775 d. Nov 25 1860.

475. Flat stone, with cross on it: Henry Septimus Hyde WOLLASTON of Welling, Kent d. 31 Jan 1867 aged 90 years. Also Frances his wife who d. April 2 1872 aged 78.

476. Cross: Minna Julia Buchanan WOLLASTON b. April 17 1856, d. June 8 1856.

477. Head, cross: Erskine Francis Buchanan WOLLASTON b. Mar 31 1860 d. Nov 1 1860.

478. Cross: Gilbert John Lane BUCHANAN, Major General, Royal Artillery, b. Feb 15 1813, d. April 13 1875.

479. Head: Catherine BUSHBY d. Mar 15 1797 aged 25.

480. Cross: Eliza Meta CAMPBELL d. Nov 27 1882 aged 63.

481. Head, cross: Duncan CAMPBELL d. April 25 1869 aged 83.

482. Head, cross: Jane S. CAMPBELL for 50 years wife of Duncan Campbell. She dwelt on earth 70 years, d. Dec 29 1860.

483. Head, cross: George Charles Degen LEWIS, Major, Royal Engineers, d. 16 Oct 1871 aged 76.

484. Head, cross: Margaret MUNRO widow of J.S. CAMPBELL, M.D. d. 1 Aug 1866 aged 68.

485. Head, cross: At the early age of 6 years Edward Joseph son of Charles Edward and Martha ECCLETON [or EGGLETON] and W.T. Eccleton d. 11 March 1874 aged 5 months.

486. Head, cross: Percy Robert DAW d. Dec 12 1869 aged 11 months. Also Gertrude Louisa Daw d. Sept 25 1872 aged 14 weeks.

487. Cross: George CLEAVELAND b. 9 Sept 1818 d. 8 Jan 1855.

488. Low head: Mary Beatrice WHITE d. 21 June 1867 aged 15 months.

489. Cross: Godfrey John TURNER d. Feb 20 1875 aged 43 years. R.I.P.

490. Cross: Anne widow of Wm. PEARSON of Sth. Kilworth, Leicestershire, d. Feb 28 1889 aged 79.

491. Head, cross: John McKENZIE d. 8 April 1878 aged 36 years. This stone was erected as a mark of respect by his fellow Gardeners & neighbours.

492. Cross: Mary Ann Dorothy PATERSON b. 18 June 1830 d. 2 Dec 1884. Herbert Bridge Paterson b. 23 Nov 1862 d. 27 Dec 1870.

493. Head, with small iron cross: Sarah TAYLOR d. Sept 8 1863 aged 20.

494. Head: H.D. JAMIESON 1854. M. BINNEY 1854.

495. Flat: Elizabeth WALL late wife of William Wall of this Parish Esquire who dyed 30 March 1753 aged 68, and also the Body of the said William Wall Esq., son of Arthur Wall of Bolliop in Weredale, Gentleman, and grandson of Christopher Wall of the same place, gentleman, who died the 2-/Oct 1754 aged 62. Also William BUSSELL Esq. nephew of the above William Wall Esq. d. Dec 14 1775 aged 37.

496. Flat: In memory of Louisa SELWYN spinster one of the Daughters of Henry
Selwyn Esqr by Ruth his wife (late Ruth COMPTON) who died on the 12th Octr 1787 aged 56 years Also of Frances Selwyn spinster another of the Daughters of Henry Selwyn By Ruth his Wife who died the 21 June 1797 aged 77 years Also of the Revd George Selwyn who died 3rd August 1800 aged 33 years William Selwyn Esqr of Richmond Surry son of Henry Selwyn died August 21st 1817 aged 85 years.

497. Flat: H.P.S. Reliquae Evanescentes Johannis LAWSON S.T.B. Ecclesiæ Swanscombiensis in hoc comitatu Rectoris Qui Resolutionem in Compositionem Geometricam Vivens Studiose coluit Moriens ...... speravit Domicilium hoc ......... Jam in principia sua resolvendum Tandem aliquando ...... andum Et in majorem gloriam componendum esse O Oeos ....... Tpeé Obiit die 13 Mensis Novembris Anno Domini 1779 ætatis suæ 55.

498. Flat (much broken): Mary wife of Jasper Lawce RICHTER ...... ............. ........3 Sept 1774 aged 48 years And the above Jasper Lawrence Richter died 29 August 1779 aged .2 years.

499. Flat (broken): Here lies Mrs Ann BENSON widow of James Benson Esq of this Parish and daughter of Benjamin ...a......han Esq ............. Born Nov 10 1713 Died Nov .. 180(?2) aged 59.

500. Flat tomb: Here lies the body of Mr Henry SNAGG late of this Parish who died Jan 9 1760 aged 72 Also two of his Grandchildren Also the Body of Mrs Sabell Snagg widow of the abovesaid who died Augst 20 1760 aged 62.

501. Flat tomb: Mr Richard SNAGG Son of Mr Henry Snagg Citizen of London d. 28 April 1763 in the 46 year of his age Also of Mrs Ann Snagg wife of the above said who d. Jan 28 1786 aged 60 years.


E.  
In the ground round the church, beginning at the North side.
502. Cross: Austin Herbert Shearman BLYTH d. on the Feast of the Ascension May 30 1889 aged 4 years 6 months.

503. Cross: Mary DRUITT d. 18 March 1886.

504. Cross: Frances dau. of John & Charlotte SMART b. May 7 1867 d. May 25 1889.

505. Cross: Emily Florence FORDHAM died suddenly Jan 28 1886 aged 21 years.

506. Flat (near the vestry door): Mercy EVANS late wife of Mr Joseph Evans of this Parish d. 2 Jan 1797 aged 68. Also Joseph Evans her husband d. Jan 18 1802 aged 73.

507. Cross: Jane CHUBB 2nd dau. of the late Charles Chubb of London aged 84.

508. Head: Elizabeth wife of Mr Richard GRAVETT of this Parish, yeoman, d. 29 May 1783 aged 58. Also Mr Richard Gravett d. 25 April 1813 aged 80.

509. Cross: Thomas Percival BUNTING b. Oct 19 1810 d. Dec 16 1885.

510. Head: Henry COOPER d. Aug 14 1875 aged 22 also Eliza his sister d. Nov 13 1879 aged 30.

511. Head, cross: Lucy KEYNTON dau. of William & Eliza WILLIS d. 17 Mar 1871 aged 14 months.

512. Cross: James PILLANS of Cadlands, Chislehurst, formerly of Lechorn d. April 3 1888 aged 89.

513. Cross: William JEFFERY born Feb 20 1797 d. suddenly May11 1872.

514. Cross: Thomas KEEBLE d. May 24 1870 aged 69. Amy Keeble wife of above d. June 17 1878 aged 74.

515. Cross: George KEEBLE d. June 9 1874 aged 45. Jane Martha ENGLISH d. 28 Dec 1879 aged 45.

516. Cross: George KEEBLE, Clerk of this Parish d. July 1 1765 aged 83 years.

517. Head, cross: Alice Rachel dau. of Wm & Eliza WILLIS d. June 23 1873 aged 2 years.

518. Cross: William WILLIS d. June 20 1881 aged 52.

519. Tomb (under trees, on a mount by the vestry): Coat of arms: A chevron between three roses. Here lyes Interr’d the Body of Mr Caleb TRENCHFIELD late of London Citizen and Mercer son of Mr Caleb Trenchfield late of Eltham and Grandson to Thomas Trenchfield Esqr one of the Admirals of the Navy in the Reign of King Charles the First He was also Grandchild by his Mother to Edmund Poyntell Esqr and Judith his wife who lived long in this Parish and whose bodies with many others of his Relations are Interr’d in this Church and Vault He departed this Life the 29th March 1712 aged 63 years Here also lies interr’d the body of Thomas Trenchfield Esq Son of the said Caleb Trenchfield who departed this life January the 5th 1730 aged 43 years Coat of arms, a fess chequy impaling a chevron between 3 roses. Here lies also interrd the Body of Isaac WHITTINGTON late of London citizen and Haberdasher who departed this life March the 18th 1726 aged 47 years And Martha his wife daughter of the said Caleb Trenchfield who departed this life the 19th of April 1731 aged 44 years.

520. Head (by the vestry wall): Elizabeth wife of Mr John COOPER of Greenwich and dau. of Wm and Ann KEEBLE of this Parish. d. May 24 1855 aged 63. Also John Cooper son of above d. in his infancy. Also Charlotte SPENCER sister of the above d. Sept 18 1864 aged 63. Also Mr John Cooper, husband of the above d. Nov 14 1871 aged 73.

521. Head: Elizabeth, late wife of Joshua YARBOUR d. 15 Sept 1754 aged 58 years.

522. Flat: Here lyeth buried ye body of Henry EVANS who departed this life March ye 18 1758 aged -4/.

523. Flat: Mr John DRIFFIELD late of Town court in this parish d. 5 June 1859 aged 68.

524. Flat (by the east wall of the chancel): Mrs Ann RICHMAN wife of Mr Francis Richman of this Parish d. after a long and painful illness 4 April 1820 aged 73. Also Mr Francis Richman d. 27 July 1831 aged 86. Also Mrs Beatrice Richman only dau. of the above d. 7 Nov 1852 aged 71.

Three crosses by the east end of South aisle:
525a. 1. Fanny Catharine wife of the Rev Francis H. MURRAY, deceased March IV MDCCCL.

525b. 2. Herbert Francis sub-lieut R.N. youngest son of the Revd Francis MURRAY, Rector. He was lost in the foundering of H.M.S. "Captain" off Cape Finisterre on the night of Sept 7 1870 aged 20.

525c. 3. Mary, for 33 years the loving and devoted wife of the Rev. Francis H. MURRAY, departed May 9 1888 aged 66 years. R.I.P.

Stones by the south aisle:
526a. 1. Flat: Hannah PEACH wife of Christopher Peach d. Sept 21 1731 aged 70 years.

526b. 2. Flat: Christopher PEACH d. January 12 1728 aged (?8) years.

527. 3. Flat: Here lieth interred the body of Ann ADEANE the wife of John Adeane of Chislehurst who departed this life the 19th day of April anno 1701. Here also lieth interrd the body of Faith PHILLIPS, her sister, who departed this life anno domini 1689. Our conversation is in heaven. Phillippians iii.20.
(This stone is given by Thorpe in the "Registrum Roffense" as "on the South side without, near the Porch, is a mural monument of stone". It was probably placed in its present position on the ground when the south aisle was added to the church).

528. Small headstone by the Porch: Here Lyeth ye body of Margaret the wife of Robart WENBORNE deceased February ye 29 1704.

529. Flat, to the west of the porch: Susannah Gabriella ELDERTON wife of Thomas Elderton of London, merchant, eldest dau. of John FREMONT of Spitalfields d. ye 18 June 1769 aged 35.


F. In the triangle opposite the west door.
530. Cross: Philip CADOGAN b. Feb 19 1854 d. June 17 1858.

531. Head: Ann MAN dau. of John and Ann Man of this Parish d. July 24 1749 in 39th year.

532. Cross: Alice, dau. of Edward & Charlotte GRIFFITHS d. June 3 1870 aged 5 years.

533. Cross: The grave of Catherine wife of Herman PRIOR Esqr of Lincoln’s Inn, who d. 25 Aug 1853 aged 24.

534. Flat ancient coffin-shaped grave with cross: Here resteth the Body of Ann PRIOR widow d. 16 Dec 1854 aged 67.

535. Head: Mr Francis KEY d. 27 June 1855 aged 59. Mrs Emma WARREN d. 13 Jan 1856 aged 24.

536. Flat: Jane SARLES wife of Michael Sarles of this Parish d. January 21 1739 aged 48.

537. Cross: Noel H. PATERSONS aged 33. Killed by a sudden fall on the Lyskamm. Sept 6 1877.

G. 
In the ground on the left of the path leading from the Lych Gate to the South porch of the Church.
538. Cross: Julia Francis CONSTABLE b. Jan 30 1820 d. July 21 1890.

539. Cross: Eliza Ann BROOKS d. Aug 19 1890 aged 74.

540. Cross: William BARNARD d. Jan 18 1894 in 72nd year.

541. Cross: Annie CATTARCOLE wife of James Cattarcole of Old Kent Road, daughter of the late J.R. MACKRELL of this Parish d. July 25 1890 aged 46.

542. Cross: Arthur WILLIS of Lovell, Charlwood Surrey b. Jan 11 1815 d. May 13 1892.

543. Head, cross: James ADAMS d. Jan 25 1866 aged 60. Also Ann his wife d. Aug 15 1893 aged 76.

544. Small wood cross: Emily KILLMISTER 1896. Well done good & faithful servant.

545. Wood cross: Alice E. BLAKE Feb 14 1895 aged 21.

546. Cross: Annie beloved wife of William SIMONS b. Jan 16 1860 d. March 10 1892 aged 32.

H. Northern part of the churchyard.
547. Cross: John DAVIS for many years organist of the Church of St Nicholas Chislehurst d. Jan 7th 1895 aged 61.

548. Cross: Catherine Beatrice wife of Alexander Travers HAWES died March 23rd 1891 aged 36.

549. Cross: Francis Elizabeth JUBB at rest May 7th 1896 aged 67.

550. Cross: Gertrude Clara BUSH d. Sept 21st 1886 aged 34.

551. Flat cross: Lewis Philip ALLEN d. Feb 21st 1895.

552. Cross: Mary Mason ALLEN wife of Joseph Allen b. Dec 17th 1841 d. Feb 5th 1892.

553. Head: Joseph LINE d. May 24th 1892 in his 64th year. Lizzie Line daughter of the above d. April 23rd 1880 in her 26th year. "Percy, who was shot in a cowardly attack upon him at Jacksonville Florida on Xmas Eve 1894 aged 22 years".

554. Cross: Winifred Ware LINE d. July 12th 1893 aged 9 months.

555. Cross: Ramsey BLAKEMORE d. May 6th 1891 aged 53 years.

556. Head: Clara wife or Richard FLETCHER born at Truro Aug 10th 1861 died at Chislehurst Aug 21st 1891.

557. Cross: Eliza TURNER d. May 4th 1894 aged 67.

558. Cross: William Short MAHONY d. 16 Sept 1894.

559. Cross: Sarah J. CHATFIELD d. Nov 25th 1892.

560. Head, cross: Hannah HOWARD d. Feb 6th 1892 aged 65.

561. Cross: Sydney FRENCH d. Jan 6th 1894 aged 38.

562. Head, cross: Martha HARVEY b. Feb 7th 1870 departed at The Deanery, Wells Feb 7th 1891. Also Robert Harvey b. April 15th 1883 d. Dec 29th 1883.

563. Cross: George Walker PETTY b. June 5th 1845 d. June 22nd 1894 also Edward George Petty d. Sept 6th 1884 & Frank Petty d. July 12th 1887, children of the above.

564. Cross: Louisa ?WALROTH b. Dec 5th 1810 d. Aug 25th 1893.

565. Cross: John W. Leach ASHE d. March 19th 1895 aged 79 years.

566. Head: George S. BARBER d. Oct 7th 1890 aged 43 years.

567. Head: William Charles NEWLING d. Sept 23 1891 aged 31 years.

568. Cross: Edgar Tayler RHODES died Feb 27th 1893 aged 20 years.

569. Small cross: Lettice Margaret child of Ernest & Nora Margaret MYERS b. May 24th 1890 died May 24th 1892.

570. Cross: George Edward FIELD for 34 years an inhabitant of this parish d. April 3rd 1893 aged 65. "This Cross has been erected by many friends as a token of their esteem and regard".

571. Head, cross: Mary Emmeline METCALF beloved wife of Edwin P.M. SAFFERY & eldest child of Capt. Francis C. PALMER 9th Indian Cavalry b. Jan 4th 1832 d. April 5 1896.

572. Cross: Elizabeth Sophia for 45 years beloved wife of J.R. WATT of The Briars in this parish d. Oct 23rd 1891. Also Thos. Rossiter Watt d. May 30th 1894 aged 68 years. Also In Memoriam. Elizabeth Mary wife of C.A. BARNETT niece of the above who died at Bombay, East Sunday 1894.

573. Cross: Mary Anne LOWDER beloved wife of George Stuch FIELD d. May 8th 1892 aged 52. Also George Stuch Field husband of the above d. Sept 10th 1896 aged 59.

574. Cross: Frederick J.EDLMANN d. 1871. F.J. Edlmann d. 1890. T. Evelyn A. Edlmann d. 1892.

575. Small cross: Charlie youngest child of the Rev. Watson King ORMSBY died Dec 1st 1891.

576. Small cross: Dorothy Lawson LAWSON fell asleep Feb 9th 1894 aged 4 years.

577. Cross: William Harvey MOBERLY fell asleep in Christ May 27th 1892.

578. Cross: Richard KEEBLE entered into rest Oct 27th 1892 aged 71 years.

J. In the ground to the right of the path leading form the Lych Gate to the North east gate of the Yard.

579. Cross: Anne WADE d. Dec 18 1895 aged 72. Also George de Vins Wade d. Sept 4th 1898 aged 94.

580. Cross: Peter REDPATH of The Manor House Chislehurst born at Montreal Canada Aug 21st 1821 died at The Manor House Feb 1 1894. Also Ellen WOOD widow of Andrew NIELSON of Glasgow died at The Manor House June 19th 1891.

581. Cross: Minnie BRADSHAW d. May 13 1896 aged 35 years.

582. Cross, flat: Emily Fuller WEBB dearly loved wife of E.A. Webb & daughter of C.F. HOWES b. June 9th 1853 died Jan 20 1896. In perfect Peace.

583. Head, cross: Walter DEEN d. Aug 8 1896 aged 64. Also Anne Deen wife of the above d. May 23 1891 aged 59. Also Sidney William Deen son of the above died Nov 10 1893 aged 14. Also Arthur Walter Deen son of the above d. Aug 6 1890 aged 26 years.

584. Cross: Eliza BRIGDEN beloved wife of William Brigden d. Dec 7 1893 aged 73 years. Also Wiliam Brigden d. Nov 14 1896 aged 71.

585. Cross: Robert Hubert KENDERDINE b. Oct 17 1870 d. Nov 15 1892.

586. Head, cross: Mary DENNIS wife of Henry Dennis d. June 18 1894 aged 84.

587. Cross: John William HARLING d. Jan 31 1891 aged 32. Also Annie Harling infant daughter of the above d. April 20 1891 aged 5 months.

588. Cross: Moses George CROWHURST d. suddenly June 6 1890 in his 51 year. This stone was erected as a mark of respect by his fellow gardeners and neighbours.

589. Stone copying round grave: M.T. 1850. E.T. 1867. M.T. 1890.

590. Stone coping round grave: M.J.T. 1853. G.T. 1877. A.T. 1893.

591. Cross: Charles SPICER d. May 17 1895 aged 61.

592. Cross: Lucy wife of Walter SIMMONS? of Chislehurst d. Nov 3 1894 aged 31.

593. Head, cross: Charles James HOLLOWAY d. Feb 6 1896 aged 36.

594. Cross: Martha Cleaver HEIGHINGTON d. Dec 11th 1890.

595. Cross: Nettleton BALME died Nov 30th 1898 aged 17.

596. Cross: Frances Woollery NIXON daughter of C.P. Nugenent NIXON, Port Capt. R.N. who died June 21st 1896 aged 62, Also Helen COOKSON daughter of John Cookson of Allesby Warwickshire d. this life Dec 5th 1897 aged 84. (Frances was born in 1833 the daughter of Christopher Parker Nugent Nixon. Information kindly provided by Natalie Murry 18-09-2016)

597. Cross: Rachel FITCH wife of H.J. WILLIS d. Oct 18th 1897 aged 79.

598. Cross: George FRENCH d. April 22 1899 aged 73.

599. Cross: Sarah MOLESWORTH wife of Captain Molesworth R.N. b. March 28th 1825 d. Chislehurst Nov 14th 1896.

600. Cross: Emma wife of W.H. WALTERS of Chislehurst d. Feb 15th 1897.

601. Cross: Fanny wife of Robert De Quince QUINCEY, Oakwood Chislehurst, d. Nov 30th 1896.

602. Small cross: Herbert Edward John son of Herbert & Ruth JACKSON d. Aug 19th 1897.

603. Headstone: Mary Elizabeth FISKE daughter Capt. Nathaniel Fiske R.N. died at Christ Church Parsonage, Chislehurst March 5th 1895.

604. Cross: Harriet STAMFORD d. Feb 24th 1896.

605. Cross: John WEBSTER d. Oct 2nd 1896 aged 77.

606. Cross: John Thos. ALDRIDGE d. Dec 9th 1892 aged 61.

607. Cross: David George CHATTELL d. March 17th 1896 aged 22 years.

608. Cross: In affectionate memory of a beloved sister Elizabeth Anne LEANEY d. Dec 28th 1897 aged 55 years.

609. Cross: Frederick W.M. CHALMERS d. Dec 28th 1898 aged 62.

610. Flat cross: Harold Tudor? Clapton CROSHAW d. Feb 23rd 1898 aged 13 years.

611. Cross: Frederick William FREESE b. Dec 17th 1857 d. Aug 5th 1898.

612. Cross: Jane SNOW d. Feb 23rd 1898.

613. Cross: George Buchanan WOLLASTON of Bishopswell Called home Palm Sunday March 26th 1899 in the 85th year of his age.

614. Cross: Mary Ann beloved wife of George DICKENS d. Nov 16th 1897 aged 50. Also Francis Edwin child of above d. Jan 10th 1882 aged 12 months.

615. Cross: In loving memory Thomas BOULTON d. June 3rd 1897 aged 78.

616. Flat cross: The infant son of W. & M.R. APLIN 1894. He shall gather His lambs".

Index of Names, Places and General

A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   IJK   L   M   NO   PQ   R   S   T   UV   W   X   Y  Z

Names Index
A.A. 327
ABBOTT 322, 323
ADAMS 147, 416, 543
Addenbrooke 17
ADEANE 527
Aker 400


ALDERTON 397
ALDRIDGE 606
ALEXANDER 208
ALLCHORN 36
ALLEN 30, 551, 552
ANDERDON 435, 443, 444

ANGUISH 232
ANTRIM 281
APLIN 616
ASHBY 375
ASHE 565
ASHWORTH 172

ATKINSON 300
AVERY 77
AYLWARD 346
BADDELEY 242
Bagshaw 4
BAKER 12, 81
BALLANTINE 272
BALME 595
BAND 433
BARBER 566
Barham 243
BARNARD 540
BARNETT 572
BARR 282
BARROW 28
BASKCOMB 83
BATCHELOR 130
BATES 79, 80

BATTERSBEE 299, 301,314
Beaufort 398
BENSON 189, 499
BENTLEY 3, 14-16, 77, 78,
   98
BERENS 66
BERTRAND 229
BEST 131
BICKNELL 44
BINNEY 494
BISHOP 456
BLACKMAN 193
BLACKNEY 260-262, 265,
    267
BLAKE 545
BLAKEMORE 555
BLANCKE-NILAGEN 474
BLYTH 502
BONAR, 1
BOULTON 615
Bowcher 22
BOWDEN 116
BOWEN 380
BOWRA 17
BOYKETT 49, 51, 52
BRADSHAW 581
BRAILEY 126
Bridge 492
BRIGDEN 584
BRIGGS 349
BRIGHT 163, 164
BRISTOL 340
BROADWAY 358
BROOKS 539
Broughton 362
BROWN 5, 6, 192
BUCHANAN 471, 474,
   476-478
BUNTING 509
BURBIDGE 68
BUSH 550
BUSHBY 479
BUSSELL 495
CADOGAN 530
CAMPBELL 410, 480-482,
   484
CAMPKIN 318
CATTARCOLE 541
CAWSTON 423
CERVATI 128
CHALMERS 609
CHAMBERLAINE 307
Champion 111
CHANDLER 273
CHAPMAN 85
CHARRINGTON 329
CHATFIELD 559
CHATTELL 607
CHEDWORTH 287
CHEEK 312
CHESHIRE 407
Chichele 437
CHIVERS 55
CHUBB 507
Clapton 610
CLARKE 22, 240, 352
CLEAVELAND 487
CLEAVER 18, 594
COATES 62, 63, 206, 221
COATES? 205
COATS 204
COCKCROFT 175
COLLINS 414, 446
COLLISON 125
COLVEN 280
COMPTON 156, 496
CONSTABLE 538
COOK 423
COOKSON 596
COOPER 274, 371, 510,
   520
COPE 140
CORDERY 357
CRAKE 266
Cranfurd 401
CRAYFORD 99
CRIPPS 246
CRISTALL 365
CROFTS 402
CROSHAW 610
CROUCH 216
CROWHURST 331, 334
CROWHURST 588
CUDD 441
CURTOYS 345
CUTHBERT 333
DABNER 106, 108, 167
DANCE 152, 154
DARBY 375
Daubeny 7
DAVIDSON 39
DAVIS 431, 547
DAW 486
DAWSON 451

de FRAINE 125
De Quince 601
de Vins 579
DEAN 23, 179, 201, 210
DEEN 217, 583
Degen 483
DELVER 239
DENISON 169
DENNIS 586
DENNY 330, 332, 345
DEROUSSHSIRE 295
DEVAS 107DICKENS 614
DOBIN 228
DORRER 134, 120
DREW 365
DRIFFIELD 523
DRING 355
DRUITT 503
DRUMMOND 455
Duffus 383
DYER 141, 401
E.S. 317
Earl of Cardigan 368
EARL of STRATHMORE 8
EASTICK 347
ECCLETON 485

Edgar 408
EDLMANN 433, 574
EDWARDS 156, 241, 289,
   354. 385
EGGLETON 485
ELDERTON 529
ELGEE 40
ELLIS 263, 265
ELLISON 347
ELMES 320
EMARY 124
EMBURY 110
EMPSON 96
ENGLISH 137, 515
EVANS 506, 522
FAIRBROTHER 219
FALKNER 37
FARNEY 46
FARRANCE 132
FIELD 236, 237, 570, 573
FILLERY 336
FISKE 603

FOSSICK 388
FITCH 597
FITZ 387
FLETCHER 556
FOAKES 109
FODOR 430
FON 57
FORDER 173
FORDHAM 505
FOX 398
Foyster 380
FREESE 611
FREMONT 529
FRENCH 389, 561, 598
Fuge 374
Fuller 582
FUST 59, 67
GAMBLE 363
GARLE 20
Garner 379
Garnett 82, 84
GARRETT 30, 209
GARTER 127

GAYLER 94
Gillam 241
GIMSON 256, 272b
GLIDE 150, 212, 213, 214
GODDARD 142
GODSEL 259
GOODALE 185, 316
GOODHEW 199
GOWER 439
GRAVETT 508
GREEN 155, 248, 249
GREENLOW 460
Gressey 356
GRIFFITH 438
GRIFFITHS 532
GRINTON 300
GUTHRIE 1
GUTTRIDGE 288
HALSE 424
HAMMACK 242
HANCOCK 399
HARDY 383
Harford 178
HARLING 587
HARRIS 101
HARVEY 382, 562
HARVILD 252
HAWES 234, 235, 548
HAYDON 378

HAYNES 26
HEIGHINGTON 594
HENBREY 278
HENEKELL 84
HILL 2, 115, 183, 245, 380
HILLIER 180
HISCOCK 144
HOARE 112, 191
HODGES 32
HOLLOWAY 593
HOLMES 202
Hood 437
HOPE 183
HORNBY 145
HORROCKS 253-255
HORWOOD 383
HOUSEMAN 38
HOWARD 344, 560
HOWE 287
HOWES 582
HOWSE 70-73
HOYLAND 390
HUDSON 37
HUGHESMAN 335
HULL 186
Hulse 66
HUMPHREY 203
HUSBANDS 224
HUTTON 376
Hyde 470
INGERFIELD 176
INNES 209

JACKET 286
JACKSON 360, 602
JAMES 327
JAMIESON 494
JANES 266, 445

JANSON 162, 408, 409
JEFFERY 513
JENNER 59,, 69
JEREMY 197
JESSUP 8
JOHNSTON 420
JONES 225, 226
JUBB 549
KAVANAGH 58, 67
KEEBLE 129, 514-516,
   520, 578
Kelly 135
KEMP 264, 304, 33
KEMRE 426
KENDERDINE 585
KENNY 379
KEY 155, 535
KEYNTON 391, 511
KILLMISTER 544
KING 230, 575
KNIGHT 83
KNOX 215
LAMB 174
LAMBERT 362
Lane 478
Lascelles 69
Lavicount 444
LAWRENCE 452

LAWSON 497, 576
Leach 565
LEANEY 608
Leicester 217
Leigh 352
LETTON 182
LEWIS 291, 292, 294, 468,
   469, 483
LINE 434, 448, 553, 554
LISNEY 138
LOMAX 355
LORD 400
Lord SYDNEY 225, 226
LOTT 459
LOWDER 374, 573
Lushington 385
LUTLEY 119
M   J.M. 277
MACDUFF 406
MACE 309, 310
MACFARLANE 459
MACILWAIN 7, 8
MACKRELL 74, 76, 541
MADDISON 207
MAHONY 558
MAITLAND 52
MAJOR 80
MAN 324, 531
MANDERSON 368

Manwaring 33
Marquis of 
  TWEEDDALE 425
MARRIOTT 440
MARSH 463, 464
MARTIN 66, 366, 457
MASON 386, 552
Maxwell 22
MAYNARD 198
McKENZIE 491
MEADLEY 250
MENDEL 171
METCALF 571
METCALFE 194
MEWBURY 34
MILLS 115, 241
MISKEN 271
MISKIN 83, 272a
MOBERLY 577
MOLE 233, 461
MOLESWORTH 599
MOORE 4, 104
MORGAN 461
MORRIS 369
MOUL 160
MOULD 404
MUGGERIDGE 268
MUNRO 484
MURLEY 453
MURRAY 456, 525a, b + c
MURRELL 220
MURTON 411
MYERS 569
Nettleton 595
NEWALL 337
NEWAN 384
NEWLING 567
NEWMAN 325
NIELSON 580
NIXON 596
NOAKES 454
NORMAN 66, 403
NORTH 161
NORTON 350
NORWOOD 207
NUSSEY 427, 428
OAKLEY 404, 421
ODD 118
OOST 247
Orme 350
ORMSBY 575
OWEN 35

PALMER 19, 214, 218,
  459, 571
PARISH 405
PARKER 392
PARKS 24
PARSONS 338, 339
PASCALL 21
PATERSON 492
PATERSONS 537
PEACH 526a, b

PEARSON 178, 490
PECKHAM 393
Peers 30
PERI 458
PERRY 396
PETT 367
PETTY 563
PETWORTH 279
PHILLIPS 117, 527
PILLANS 512
PITE 294
PLOWDEN 50, 437
PLUMMER 13, 373
POWELL 399, 418, 419
Poyntell 519
PRICE 293, 442, 533, 534
Prowett 259
PUGHE 105
QUANCE 348
QUINCEY 601
QUINT 136
R 41, 43
RAWLINGS 407
READ 153
REDPATH 580
REED 42

REMNANT 2
RHODES 568
Rice 293
RICHARDSON 82
RICHMAN 524
RICHTER 498
RICKMAN 113, 114
RIX 96
ROBERTS 159
ROBINS 413
ROBINSON 177, 181, 269
ROGERS 238
Rossiter 572
Russel 469
S   T.S. 317
SAFFERY 571
SALES 417
Sanderson 413
SARLES 536
SAUNBY 394, 395
SAWTELL 228
SAXBY 222
SCANNELL 231
SCHNEIDER 412
SELBY 429, 449
SELWYN 496
SHACKELTON 156-158
SHARP 150, 151

Shearman 502
Short558
SIBLEY 370
SILVESTER 342, 343
SIMMONS 592
SIMONS 546
SIMPSON 196
SKIPTON 415
SLADE 364
SLY 29
SMART 504
SMITH 53, 83, 100, 349,
   351, 422, 462
SMYTH 121
SNAGG 500, 501
SNOW 612
SOLLY 436
Somers 352
Sorton 375
SPAKE 221
SPENCER 520
SPERRING 341
SPICER 591
SPRUBS? 202
STAMFORD 604
STANNING 25
STAPLES 465, 467
Steel 185, 316
STENT 270
STEPHEN 406
STEPTOE 338
STEVENS 82, 84
STIRTON 47
STOCKMAN 302-303, 304-305
STONE 65, 66, 199
STOW 315, 319, 362
STRODE 430
STROODE 416
Stuch 573
SWANNAK 64
  M.J.T. + G.T. + A.T. 590
T   M.T. + E.T. 589
TAGGART 83
TALBOT 453
TARGET 45
Tayler 568

TAYLOR 27, 447, 493
TEASDALE 251, 432
TESTER 377
THOMAS 32
THOMPSON 190
THOMSON 1
THORNTON 139, 142, 143,
   146
TICEHURST 223
TOWNSEND 278
Travers 548
TRENCHFIELD 519
TRUBSHAW 311
Tudor 610
TURNER 90, 306, 489, 557
TWITCHER 148
URRY 66 Viscount SYDNEY 224
W   103,165
W   H.W. 317
W...... 244
WACKRILL 290
WADE 579
WAIN 86-89, 91-93, 96-98
WAKEFIELD 276
WALDEN 425
Walker 563
WALL 495
WALLIS 353
WALROTH 564
WALTERS 600
WARD 211

Waring 33
WARLOW 450
WARREN 104, 147, 535
WASHINGTON 31
WATERS 308
WATKINSON 467
WATSON 313
WATT 572
WAY 243
WEBB 184, 582
WEBSTER 605
WELLUM 9-11
WENBORN 296-298
WENBORNE 528
WESTALL 149
WESTBROOK 159
WESTON 466
WHEELER 275, 360
WHIGHT 56, 60, 61, 257
WHITE 133, 488
WHITMORE 84
WHITTINGTON 519
WHOMES 33, 34, 187, 188
WIGHT 372
WILKINS 95
WILLIAMS 75, 258, 264, 361
WILLIS 102, 104, 111, 511,
   517, 518, 542, 597
WILLMIN 321
WINTER 326
WISBEY 48
WISE 166, 168
WOLLASTON 368, 369, 470-477, 613
WOOD 170, 319, 360,
   449, 580
WOODMAN 356
Woollery 596
WRETHAM 359
WRIGHT 104, 287
WYBURN 284, 285
YARBOUR 521

YOUNG 227
Places Index
Ainsleyville, Canada 345
Allesby, Warwickshire 596
Austen Friars 243
Beaconsfield 240
Beckenham 191
Beechhill, Londonderry,
   Ireland 415
Bexley 285
Bird Hill House, 
  Co. Durham 8
Bishopslow, Wilts 438
Bishopswell 613
Blackheath 13, 401
Bolliop in Weredale 495
Bombay 572
Boughton under Blean 164
Bromley 173
Cape Finisterre 525a
Carlsbad, Bohemia 380
Chislehurst
   Cadlands 512
   Camden Place 1, 416
   Chislehurst Station 160
   Coopers 209
   Cromlix 421
   Frognal 226
   Hawkwood 433
   Holbrook 111
   Holbrook Lodge 197
   Leweston 380
   Lower Camden 372
   Manor House 580
   Meyricks 66
   Oakwood 601
   Perry Street 224
   Scadbury Park 225
   St. Michael’s Orphanage
      455, 458, 460
   Summer Hill House 313
   The Briars 572
   Town court 523

Chedworth 287
Cherbourg 188
Corvie N.B. 209
Cuxton 4
Danbury, Essex 290
Dulwich 304
East Greenwich 145East Indies 4
Egerton, Lancashire 172
Elmstead 19
Eltham 33, 519
Falmouth 396
Fishtoft, Lincolnshire 385
Forest Hill 242
Fort Galeris, Carthagena 4
Glasgow 580
Greenwich 202, 233, 241,
   520
Harbury, Warwickshire 372
Hastings 194, 255
Havannah 468
Hawkerton 1
Hawkeswood,
   Shropshire 375
Henlade, Taunton 435
Hong Kong 17
Hull 355
Immingham, Lincolnshire 6
Jacksonville, Florida 553
Kilcarron, County Carlow, Ireland 209
Lechorn 512
Little Haywood,
   Staffordshire 311

London 77, 78, 82, 84, 347,
   501, 507, 519, 529
   Albany Court Yard,
      Piccadilly 7
   Charing Cross Station 130
   City of London 37
   Great Queen 221
   Great Russell Street,
      Bloomsbury 295
   Great Surrey St 44
   James Street, Covent
      Garden 465, 467
   Kensal Green 411
   Lincoln’s Inn 523
   Little Suffolk St 158
   Moorfields 289
   Old Kent Road 40, 541
   Paddington 342
   Poland Street, 
       St James’s 156, 157
   Rodney Buildings, 
       New Kent Road 194
   Rotherhithe 360
   Serpentine Lodge,
       Hyde Park 278
   Southwark 149
   Spitalfields 529
   St George the Martyr 98
   St George’s Hanover Square 8
   St George’s Southwark 68, 80
   St George’s, Bloomsbury 14
   St Mary Lambeth 211
   St Paul’s Churchyard 159
   St Paul’s Deptford 238
   St Peter’s London Docks 374
   St Saviour Southwark 250
   Whitechapel 347
Louisbourg 468
Lovell, Charlwood,
   Surrey 542
Lyskamm 537
Martinique 468
Matching, Essex 7
Montreal Canada 345, 580
Morat, Switzerland 229
Musselburgh 360
Newark upon Trent 350
Northamptonshire 83
Nuneaton,
   Warwickshire 354
Nyon, Switzerland 433
Paris 104
Penrhos (Penross?) 361
Petts Wood, St Paul’s 
   Cray Common 263
Poplar, Middlesex 353
Port Royal, Jamaica 364
Port-au-Prince,
   Hayti (Haiti) 245
Prome Burmah 345
Putney, Surrey 364
Puttenden, Shipborne 196
Quebec 468
Queensland Australia 458
Raemoir N.B. 209
Richmond Surrey 496
Rochester 456
Roehampton 1
Seanion? Drew,
   Somerset 115
South Kilworth,
   Leicestershire 490
Spain 4
St George’s Windsor 187
St Nicholas, Rochester 4
St Petersburgh 115
St Peter’s Thanet 413
Stirlingshire, Scotland 287
Sydney, Australia 188
Truro 556
Welling, Kent 475
Wells, The Deanery 562
Whitlesey, Camb 349
York 186
Zell-am-See, Austria 374
General
Army
  9th Indian Cavalry 571
  40th Bengal Native 
      Infantry 345
   67th Regt of Foot 4
   master gunner 6
   Captain 4, 364, 571
   Colonel 468, 469
   Lieutenant Colonel 287
   Major 483
   Major General 478
   R.A. 6, 364
   Royal Artillery 478
   Royal Regiment 
      of Artillery 468, 469
   Royal Engineers 483

Navy
   Admirals 519
   Captain 183, 599, 603
   Port Capt. 596
   sub-lieut 525a  
   R.N. 183, 525a, 596, 599,
      603
   Floating Batteries 468
   foundering 525a
   H.M.S. "Captain" 525a
aboriginal native 458
assassin 263
Asylum for Deaf & Dumb in the Kent Road 218
asylum for the 
   deaf & dumb 315
Bailiff 199, 225
Barrister at Law 197
Biblewoman 446
Brewer 82
Bricklayer 92,97
Broker 37
Builder 105
chorister 130, 187
clerk 34, 272a, 516
Coachman 367
Deaf & Dumb 218
Deputy keeper of the
   Public Records 383
Districts of Woolwich
  and Greenwich 197
fell from the mast 188
Gardeners 491, 588
Governess’s Asylum 354
Governesses Institution 353
groom 29
H.M. Inspector of Schools 410
Haberdasher 519
Head Coachman 368
Head Gardener 199
Infant School 26
joiner 238
Killed by a sudden fall 537
Madras Civil Service 403
Mercer 519
Merchant 84, 529
Messrs. Jn Horrocks & Co.
   London 255
Murdered 1
National School 27
nurse 399
organist 547
Police Magistrates 197
porter 130
Postman 146
Recorder of Wokingham, Berks 197
Ringers 212, 214
School Mistress 26
servant 199, 224, 366, 367,
   416, 433, 457
ship Minnesota 188
Shipowner 355
Shipwright 272a
shot 553
Siege of Gibraltar 468
Silk Broker 289
Solicitor 242
Steward 225
surgeon 243
Wesleyan Society 230
yeoman 508

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