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                    Some Monumental Inscriptions of St Bartholomew's Church, Sydenham

Gravestones recorded in 1974 by Guy Nevill, and published in 1974 by Mrs Doris Pullen in her book "Sydenham", with many added genealogical details. We are grateful for Mrs Pullen for allowing us to reproduce them here. Additional M.I.s from the Church and more modern M.I.s have been added by Richard J. Travell. Further information about the names individuals may be found in "Sydenham and Forest Hill Past", published 1999 by John Coulter of Lewisham Library.

Kindly supplied for the website by Richard J. Travell 

The majority of the gravestones date from the thirty years after the church’s founding. This is because of the vast metropolitan cemeteries which took over here from May 1858

Numbers in square brackets [ ] refer to a plan drawn up by G.V.R. Pullen

1. [86.] James WARDLOW, Joseph COPPING, George Rolph SMITH, George TOPILAM [TOPHAM], William HARDY, John FOREMAN, William JAMES, Henry FIELDING, Henry READING and William HARRIS. All died on 13th August 1853, by a fall from the roof of the Crystal Palace. By Coroner’s order.

Curates in charge
2. Thomas BOWDLER MA 1831 – 1843
3. Charles ENGLISH MA 1843 – 1854

Vicars
4. Charles ENGLISH MA 1854 – 1867

5. Augustus LEGGE MA 1867 – 1879
  Augustus was the last of three sons of the Earl of Dartmouth (patron of the living) to be vicars of Lewisham from 1797 to 1891. His uncle and predecessor Rev Henry LEGGE DCL b 1803 d 13 Feb 1887 was Vicar of Lewisham from 1831 – 79 and was reputed to visit his parish from Blackheath with his pockets "full of half crowns and packets of tea" – his is the fourth boss of six on the north side of the nave. Augustus DD Oxford was a descendant of King Charles II, age 1 ½ in 1841, was born 28 Nov 1839 Sandwell Hall, northeast West Bromwich and died 15 Mar 1913 at the Palace, Lichfield having been Vicar of Lewisham from 1879 – 91 and Bishop of Lichfield till his death. His will proved 27 May 1913 and he married 1877 Fanny died 1911 daughter of William Brune STOPFORD-SACKVILLE by Caroline, niece of Charles, last Duke of DORSET. His boss is fourth of six bosses on the south side of the nave, and his brother William Walter LEGGE, 5th Earl of DARTMOUTH is the fifth boss of six on the north side of the nave.

6. Rt Rev Huyshe Wolcott YEATMAN-BIGGS MA DD 1891 1879 – 1892
Born 2 Feb 1845 Manston House of Stockton House, Wiltshire and Stock Gaylard, Dorset d 14 Apr 1922 Bishops House, Coventry. Married 24 Nov 1875 Barbara Caroline age 6 months in 1841, 10 in 1851, born at Sandwell Hall, died 5 Jan 1909 daughter of the William, 4th Earl of DARTMOUTH and next sister to his predecessor. He assumed 1898 by Royal Licence the additional name and arms of BIGGS, a canon of Rochester 1884 – 91 and consecrated Bishop of Southwark 1891. Bishop of Worcester 1905 – 18 and was the first Bishop of the revived see of St Michael’s cathedral, Coventry, 1918 – 22. Beneath the huge window of the Lady Chapel (Draper’s Chapel) lies his bronze statue & tomb, which was the only thing within the cathedral to survive the blitz!

7. Walter Alan MOBERLEY MA 1892 – 1905 Canon Walter Allan MOBERLY was baptised 1 Mar 1851, Winchester College, where his father was headmaster, age 30 in 1881 and died 11 Dec 1905 at the Vicarage, Sydenham, his will proved 19 Jan 1906. He was the tenth child, of at least 12, of George MOBERLY, Bishop of Salisbury 1869 – 85, whose father Edward was British consul-general in St Petersburg, Russia, and Mary Anne baptised 23 Oct 1812, Lambeth St Mary, daughter of Thomas CROKAT. Two of his sisters married uncles of Rev Wilbert Vere AWDRY, author of "Thomas the Tank Engine", one, Rev William AWDRY, married 4 Aug 1868 Brixton, Hampshire, was Bishop of Southampton, 1895 – 6, in Osaka 1896 – 7 and of South Tokyo, 1897 – 1908.
Another sister, Charlotte Anne Elizabeth, baptised 28 Oct 1846 Winchester College, died 5 May 1937 4 Norham Road, Oxford was the first principal of St Hugh’s College, Oxford, founded in 1886, later attended by such people as Mary RENAULT and the Burmese politician, AUNG SAN Suu Kyi. Her successor as principal was Eleanor Frances JOURDAIN, 1864 – 1924, and the two ladies visited the Petit Trianon, Versailles palace, 10 Aug 1901, which happened to be the anniversary of the sacking of the Tuileries in 1792, where they underwent a psychic, timeslip experience in which one claimed to have seen the Queen Marie Antoinette painting in the garden (for more see, for example, http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/versailles.html), about which the pair wrote a book "An Adventure" which was published in 1931, said to have influenced Frodo’s dreams in "The Lord of the Rings".
Walter married first 1884, registered Keynsham, Mary Aprilla died 1886 (age 31) registered Axbridge, Somerset, daughter of Rev Henry Nicholson ELLACOMBE, Rector of Bitton, Gloucestershire and Emily Aprilla of Bawtry, Yorkshire, daughter of Thomas James WEMYSS, by whom he had Mildred Agnes age 4 in 1891 and 13 in 1901, born Blackheath 1886. Walter married secondly 1892 registered Alderbury, Wiltshire, Hilda Elizabeth Larcome 8. 8. BURROWS, age 24 in 1891 born St Pancras, died 1893 Lewisham (age 27) daughter of Rev Henry William BURROWS of Malta, Canon of Rochester (and Maria, daughter of Thomas Brame OLDFIELD shipowner of Camberwell) and sister of Venerable Winfrid Oldfield BURROWS Archdeacon of Birmingham, living in 1906), by whom he had a son, Henry Walter MOBERLY born 1894 Sydenham, age 7 in 1901.

9. William Perowne HOLMES MA 1906 – 1917 Born 30 Apr 1855 Wakerley Rectory, Stamford, Northamptonshire died 17 Apr 1929 Bush Steep, Porlock, Somerset, will proved 29 May 1929 to widow Ethel Margaret, son of Rev Edward BA, Rector of Wakerley, Northamptonshire. He was Rector of Paston 1890 – 93, Vicar of St Peter, Leicester 1893 –1906, and Rector of Porlock, with Stoke Pero, Somerset 1917 – 27. He interested himself actively in the movement to save the Crystal Palace.

10. William Henry Boyne BUNTING MA 1917 – 1929 transferred to North London where he and his wife died in a suicide pact circa 1934.

11. Lucius Palmer SMITH MA 1929 – 1943 He was canon of Southwark 1936 – 43, had been Vicar of St Margaret, Streatham Hill, 1910 – 16 and of St Paul, Herne Hill 1916 – 29. He was age 27 in 1901, born 8 Nov 1873 148 Denmark Hill, London died 21 Jan 1968 at Manormead, Tilford Road, Hindhead, in Surrey, will proved 30 Oct 1968 son of James SMITH of Lambeth, manager of a leather company, and Harriet Elizabeth of Bloomsbury, Middlesex daughter of John T. SKINNER Carpenter.

12. Joseph Walter HUNTER 1944 – 1947 (see tablet).   He served in the Far East. He and his wife had to be dug out when the Vicarage was bombed and they were hiding in the cellar.

13. Arthur Sidney PERRY MTh BD 1948 – 1957 Curate of St Peter, Norbiton 1938 – 42 and of Caterham, Surrey 1942 – 48. Vicar of St Barnabas, Dulwich 1957 and Rural Dean of Dulwich, 1967.

14. Maurice Charles GARTON MA 1958 – 1970. Graduated from St Augustine College, Canterbury 1923. MA 1937. As Priest-in-charge at Peking Cathedral, 1938 – 39, when the Japanese invaded, he was held prisoner with his wife and two children. Curate of St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol 1946-48, Rector of Fishtoft 1948 – 52, and Vicar of Emmanuel, West Dulwich 1952 – 58. Retired, 1970.

15. Frederick Ernest PINDER MA 1971 – 1979. Heart attack (died in office). Curate of St Andrew, Lower Streatham 1950 – 51 and East Wickham 1951 – 54. Vicar of St Barnabas, Eltham 1954-64 and Crofton Park with Brockley 1964 -.

16. Bernard MOBBS Apr 1980 – Jan 1987   Left to be Vicar of St John, Dormansland.

17. David Robert JACKSON BDS 1987 – 1993 formerly a Dentist.

18. Michael Joseph KINGSTON BD 1994 - Area Dean of West Lewisham.

19. In chapel: In proud and loving memory of the men of this Parish or Congregation who gave their lives in the Great War, this chapel is furnished & dedicated to the honour and glory of God, 1919.

Frederick George ANDREWS
H. ANGOLD
Frank ATTREE
Erroll BACK
Norman BAKER
BALDWIN
Albert J. BARNES
Augustus H. BEALE
Gordon Victor BENFIELD
A.M. BEDFORD
Frank L. BODY
A.S. BOLWELL
Alan BOWEN
George BOWYER
Walter George BRETT
Edwin Percival Wildman BROWN
William John Henry BROWN
John CANDY
Reginald Harry CARTWRIGHT
John Arthur CHAMPION
Reginald COLLINS
Eric William COULSON
Henry Guy Chaplin COULSON
William CRIPPS
W.J. COOK
Alfred Charles DANIEL
William DAVIES
Arthur Albert DAVIS
Charles Ed. EVANS
John GARLAND
Arthur GIBSON
Gordon GLIDE
Daniel Cottle GREEN
Robert Cottle GREEN
Joseph Thos. GREER
George C. GRIGG
Noel William GROOM
Phillip Lewis GROOM
J. HAWKINS
Eric F.S. HAYTER
Patrick Gordon HENDERSON
Thomas Frederick HOLLIS
Albert HOWES
Gordon Mar Gregor HUGHES
Edwin Christopher HYTTEN
R.H. JEFFERY
Trevor Blake JOLLY
Edward JONES
John Myddelton JONES
R.F. JONES
William LAWRENCE
George MARCHANT
Charles J. MARRIOTT
Sidney George MARSHALL
C. MARTIN
Charles MAY
H. MILLER
John William MORGAN
Charles Edward NICHOLLS
George Samuel OSBORNE
F. O’CONNOR
James PARKER
Percival Victor PEARCE
John Andrew PIGGOTT
Ernest Allen ROBERTS
Charles PALMER
H.L. SACH
Sydney George SAMWAYS
Frederick William SEADEN
William Vaughan SCULTHORPE
Herbert SCULL
John George SIMPSON
Edwin Ernest SMITH
Frank Louis SMITH
Herbert Samuel STEVENS
Oliver John STONE
Orlando Napier STRUTT
Alfred Montague SYRETT
H. TAYLOR
Edgar THEOBALD
Harold John TOMKINS
Leslie Howard TURNER
Arthur Edward John VEAL
C. WILDON
John Davenport WILES
L. WILLIAMS
James Henry Chas WORSELL
Rest Eternal grant unto them O Lord.

20.  The names recorded are of those who died with His Majesty’s Forces in WWII.  1939 – 1945

David John BELL
Jean Ellen BLUNT
Michael J.W. CASSY
Harry CLAYTON
Cornelius S. DREW
Frederick J. FRANCIS
Cyril FOUNTAIN
Kenneth A. HARMAN
Kenneth HORLOCK
Eric SAICH
Arthur W. STEVENS
Henry George WOOD

Civilians who died in WWII

Sarah ABLETT
C.O. ALDOUS
F.T. BOYES
Kathleen BRIDGEMAN
B.G. CARWARDINE
E.A. CARWARDINE

A. CLIFFORD
Ethel Cox
A.D. DICK
E. DICK
M.E. DUJARDYN
R.T. DUJARDYN
S.M.S. DURRANT
N. ELLUM
Helena FREEBREY
Dorothea GRIFFITH
A.G.E. JONES
E.M. JONES
V.C. KNOWLES
E. KIMPTON
Stanley W. MARTIN
Cyril NEARY
F.M. PARKER
G.M. PHILIPPS
R.W. PHILIPPS
E.C.S. PILLOW
M.F. PILLOW
D.G. PHILP
M.W.N. SAWTELL
Arabella SHEARD
Beryl SHEARD
Eileen SHEARD
Mildred SHEARD
Maud SWEETING
J.C. TATE
Gladys UNWIN
A.M. WOODS

21 [65.] buried.

22. [9.] (Celtic cross?)

23. [20t.] (ashes) not legible. Feb…

24. [87.] (not legible, 2006).

25. [144.] b 28 Feb, died 1 Feb.

26. [117.] 1834.

27. [57.] Eliza Louisa

28. [10.] Isabella

29. [41.] John Henry

30. [20.] William

31. [114.] William

32. Sarah ABLETT Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 14 Jan 1945 age 73, 8 Panmure Road born 1872 in Denham, Suffolk, daughter of David ABLITT Farmer, deceased of Horham, Suffolk.

33. (Brass) In memory of Anna Maria ADAMS widow of Rev Dacres ADAMS sometime Vicar of Bampton, Oxon Eldest daughter of Baldwin FULFORD Esquire, Great Fulford, Devon who departed this life at Sydenham 5 Jun 1896 aged 90 years. The Lord grant unto her to obtain mercy of the Lord in that day. She died at 39 Peak Hill Gardens.

34. (Brass) In memory of Anna Maria who died on the 23rd Feb 1895 aged 85 and was for 53 years the dearly beloved wife of Mayow Wynell ADAMS Esquire of the Old House, Sydenham and daughter of Major HODGE (killed at Waterloo) and Maria daughter of Sir Edmund BACON Premier Baronet. "My Peace I give unto you." John chap 14 v 27.

35. [20a.] (ashes) In memory of Colin ADAMS 1948 – 1993 sadly missed.

36. [20j.] (ashes) Colin ADAMS b 1948 d 1993. He shall not grow old, as we who are left grow old. (Colin Robert ADAMS died 30 Jul 36 Longton Grove, will proved 23 Sep 1993.)

37. (Brass) In memory of Eliza Mary ADAMS (daughter of William Dacres ADAMS Esquire) she died at Sydenham on the 6th Sep 1891 aged 80 and was buried in the Cemetery at Elmers End. "Who shall separate us from the love of Christ." Alias Elizabeth died Waverley, Sydenham, will proved 20 Oct 1891.

38. (Brass) In loving memory of Herbert George ADAMS youngest son of William Dacres ADAMS of Bowdon, Devon and of Sydenham, Esq. Vicar of Cornwood, Devon who died 25 Nov 1851 (age 37). Also his widow Eleanor (5th daughter of Baldwin FULFORD of Great Fulford, Devon, Esq.) who died at Peak Hill, Sydenham 12 Feb 1900 (age 83). She died at Lynton. Her will proved 15 Mar 1900 to Baldwin Dacres ADAMS Esquire of 161 Auckland Road, Upper Norwood and George Francis ADAMS Esquire of 14 Peak Hill Avenue.

39. [147.] Chest tomb. Louisa Sawyer ADAMS born 12 Feb 1783, died [in this parish] 9 Oct 1867, daughter of the late William ADAMS of Bowden in the county of Devon, Esquire M.P. for Totnes. William Dacres ADAMS of Bowden, Devon and of Sydenham, born Dec 1776 died Whitsunday, Jun 1862. (at end) Also Mary Wynell MAYOW died St Thomas Day 1856 (age 80 years). Louisa buried 16 Oct (age 84), will proved 21 Nov 1867. William Dacres ADAMS died 8 Jun, buried 14 Jun (age 86), will proved 29 Aug 1862 to sons Rev Dacres ADAMS and Mayow Wynell ADAMS Esquire. William Dacres ADAMS, age 65 in 1841, was private secretary to William PITT the Younger 1804 – 06, when he was Prime Minister, and to the Duke of Portland in his second Premiership from 1807 – 09. His boss is the first of six on the north side of the nave. His collection of letters, the "Dacres Adams Papers", are deposited in the National Archives, and include a number of letters from PITT’s niece, the explorer, Lady Hester STANHOPE. "Hester grew up a beauty of the brilliant rather than the handsome order. She was early distinguished by invincible cheerfulness and force of character, which enabled her to exert a complete ascendancy over her sisters." (from the Dictionary of National Biography.)
William’s mother, Anna Maria DACRES was the sister of two admirals and was wetnurse to the king’s youngest daughter, Princess Amelia and nursed her in her last illness, which led to the king’s eventual decline. King George III and his family were regular visitors to the wells at Wells Park. Princess Amelia’s bedroom is on view at Kew Palace. William’s uncle, John Parr WELSFORD was a banker who was Secretary of the Committee of the Patriotic Fund, and secretary to the Waterloo subscription, raised after the battle in 1815, buried with his wife and her sister in a grave at St George’s, Beckenham.
The WYNELL were a clergy family originating in Somerset from where Thomas WHINNELL age 21 in 1583 became Rector of Askerswell near Bridport in Dorset who was grandfather to Henry WYNELL Gentleman of Deptford, will proved 1733 whose nephew John gentleman of Saltash (son of Rev Philip) married the sister of Thomas MAYOW Esquire of Bray, Cornwall who stipulated in his will that his nephew Philip and his sons Philip, John Salt and Mayow should take the additional name and arms of MAYOW. The youngest son, Mayow WYNELL MAYOW Esquire, Major in the Lewisham Volunteers was a solicitor in the Excise Office and one of those Chancery officers alleged in a History of Sydenham to have bought up land cheaply arising in Chancery cases, settling in Sydenham in the 1780’s, where he died, will 14 Feb 1807 proved 8 May 1807. He married before 1789, Mary will 13 Jul 1824 proved 19 Apr 1827, of Guildford Street, Russell Square, daughter of Thomas PAULIN Esquire of Chelsea, baptised 17 Dec 1729 St Paul, Covent Garden (the son of Thomas of Fulham), and Elizabeth will 1812 proved 1813, niece of James VERE Esquire, Citizen and Merchant Tailor of London. Their children were Mary, age 63 in 1841, buried 27 Dec (age "79") will 26 Nov 1856 proved 9 Feb 1857, the friend of Thomas CAMPBELL the poet; Elizabeth died before 1821 at Ely Place, married 1804 Holborn St Andrew to the above William Dacres ADAMS; Frances or Fanny 58 in 1841, buried 15 Jan 1874 (age 91); Anne d Dec 1860, married 5 Apr 1805 St George, Bloomsbury to Thomas Peregrine COURTENAY MP of Clay Hill, Kent and Lincolns Inn age 59 in 1841, brother of the Earl of DEVON, and son of the Bishop of Exeter, whose son Dr Reginald was later Bishop of Kingston, Jamaica; and Caroline, described as "an angel without wings", wife of Rev Henry James WHARTON Vicar of Mitcham, Surrey. Wynell, Dacres and Mayow are names of local roads, and in Dacres Road was the German Evangelical church, at which Dietrich BONHOEFFER, involved in the plot against HITLER, was pastor from 1933 to 35.

40. (Panel above lytch gate) Erected in memory of Mayow Wynell ADAMS 1900.

41. (Brass) In memory of Mayow Wynell ADAMS of the Old House, Sydenham 3rd son of William Dacres ADAMS of Bowden in the County of Devon and of Sydenham, Esquire born 11 Oct 1809 Departed this life 18 Feb 1898. "My trust is in the tender mercy of God for ever and ever." Mayow Wynell ADAMS wrote a brief History of Sydenham, 1878.

42. (Brass) + In memory of William Pitt ADAMS (eldest son of William Dacres ADAMS Esquire of Bowdon, Co. Devon) born 11 Dec 1804 H.M. Minister at Lima, Peru where he died 1st Sep 1852 and of his wife Georgiana Emily (daughter of Robert LUKIN Esq’re) born 5 Feb 1815. She married secondly General Sir Henry WARRE KCB and died at Luxor, Upper Egypt 23rd Jan 1892. William had a daughter Emma Cecilia, under 21 in 1852.

43. C(harles) O(ctavius) ALDOUS Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Sep 1940 age 84, Parklands, 19 Crystal Palace Park Road. Lived at 13 College Road, Upper Norwood. Born 8 Mar, baptised 5 Apr 1857 St James, Piccadilly, son of James pawnbroker and Alice of 67 Berwick Street, Westminster, marriage registered 1889 Lambeth to Mary Corderoy HIGGS, age 27 in 1891 born Streatham, daughter of George, Admiralty civil servant and Anne S. born Pimlico, of 3 Gothic Villas, Church Road, Brixton St Matthew. Charles’s will proved 23 Jan 1941 Llandudno to son Basil Charles ALDOUS age 1 in 1891, born Streatham and Alice Mary, wife of Henry Sidney LANE.

44. [40.] Mr George ALLEN, architect of Tooley Street, Southwark, died 28 Jun 1847. Also of daughter, formerly of Gracechurch Street, who died at Bayswater May …. Tooley Street, Borough, buried 2 Jul (age 49), will 8 Aug 1840, proved 21 Oct 1847. He married 1 Jul 1835 Newington St Mary, Maria DAY and had 9 children, George Frederic, baptised 15 Mar 1837 St Olave, Southwark, Mary Frances 12 Dec 1838, Charles William 22 Apr 1840, Emma Louisa 28 Apr 1841, Maria 27 Jul 1842, Julia 15 Dec 1843, Henry Thomas 30 Oct 1844, Alfred Henry 20 Feb 1846 and Emily Georgina Drew 23 Jul 1847.

45. [95.] William AME.

46. Frederick George ANDREWS see War Memorial. Lieutenant 4th battalion the Kings (Liverpool) Regiment. Died 21 Oct 1914 (age 43), born New Zealand, son of Mrs ANDREWS of West Hill. (Le Touret memorial)

47. [17.] column fallen William Rowland ARNOLD Esquire late of the South Sea House, departed this life May 14 1856, aged 74. A. MACDONALD Sculptor, Aberdeen. Accountant of Park Grove, Sydenham, buried 22 May (age "73"), of St Olave and St Thomas, Southwark, will 1 Feb 1856 proved 26 Jul 1857 to wife Elizabeth. He married 1 Oct 1814 St Luke, Old Street, Elizabeth CROCKER and had a son, Edmund Samuel Foster, baptised 22 Mar 1820 Bermondsey St Mary Magdalen.

48. Frank ATTREE see War Memorial. Possibly Arthur Frank ATTREE gunner d 15 May 1916?

49. Erroll William Alfred BACK see War Memorial. Killed 3 Sep 1916 (age 20) rifleman 10th battalion, KRRC age 5 in 1901 and a clerk at Lloyds Bank (Thiepval memorial). Son of Alfred Herbert E., registrar to a public company, born Turkey who married 1891 registered St Olave, Southwark, Minnie Gertrude REGLLER and lived at Lyndhurst, Inglemere Road, Forest Hill. They also had Hilda A.M., age 7 in 1901 and Wyndham A.S., age 1 in 1901.

50. Norman BAKER see War Memorial. Killed 24 May 1915 (age 24). Born Sydenham, rifleman, 8th (City of London) battalion, London regiment (Post Office Rifles), age 9 in 1901 of 13 Edney Street, St Philip, born Sydenham. Son of Henry Francis gardener, of Staines, Middlesex, married there in 1877, and Elizabeth born Winckfield, Hampshire of 74 Haynt Walk, Merton Park. (Post Office Rifles Cemetery, Festubert, pas de Calais)

51. [78.] (large, square tomb) Sacred to the memory of Henry BARBER, died 16 Feb 1858 (age 75) blessed are the dead which die in the Lord and his wife Mary Anne died 12 Oct 1888 (age 94) also in memory of the children of the above: Frank, Lieutenant Madras N.I. born 14 Nov 1822 died 26 Jan 1845 Cannanore, E I. Charles, born 7 Feb 1824 died 14 Feb 1826. Charlotte born 26 Jul 1825 died 23 Feb 1827. Frederick born 24 Jan 1833 died 20 Nov 1833. Eleanor born 2 Nov 1829 died 26 Oct 1920. Emma BARBER born 18 Aug 1834 died 29 May 192-(not legible). Charlotte Georgiana BARBER born 7 Sep 1828 died May 31 1923. Henry died suddenly in a railway carriage between London Bridge Station and New Cross Station, buried 23 Feb (by Coroner’s warrant), will proved 18 Mar 1858 to his brother James, merchant of Leadenhall Street and son Charles colonial broker of 6 Mincing Lane, City of London. He was an East India colonial broker of Bell Green, in Lower Sydenham and married 16 Oct 1821 St James, Westminster, Mary Anne PONTET, born there, died Sunnydene, 171 Lower Addiscombe Road, Croydon buried 18 Oct, will proved 3 Jan 1889 value £1620. They had children, Frank baptised 6 Dec Lambeth St Mary, Charles 10 Mar St Mary, Newington, Charlotte 31 Aug there, Charles baptised 23 May 1828 Dorking, Charlotte Georgiana the same day (died Kingston Lodge, will proved 5 Jul 1923 to Herbert Henry, colonial broker, Constance Ellen and Mabel Emily BARBER), Eleanor 29 Dec 1829 Chigwell, Essex died Kingston Lodge, 36 Canning Road, Croydon will proved 7 Dec 1920, Edward 6 Sep 1831, Frederick 8 Apr 1833, Emma 25 Sep 1834 and Frederic John 1 May 1836.

52. Albert J(ohn) BARNES see War Memorial. Killed 1 Oct 1918 (age 18). Private, 1st battalion, Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish) Fusiliers, formerly 20th London Regiment. Born Blackheath, son of Samuel and Annie of 21 Halifax Street. (Dadizeele New British Cemetery)

53. (Brass. South chancel) To the memory of Caroline Pittman, wife of William Henry second son of Frederick BARRY. Born 27 Mar 1827 Died 2 April 1872. Buried at Norwood.

54. (Brass, south chancel) the window above is erected To the Memory of Frederick BARRY who was born 15 Feb 1797 and died 11 Mar 1842 and of his widow Elizabeth BARRY who was born 24 Oct 1797 and died 25 Feb 1875. Both buried at Norwood. Also of his fifth son Arthur BARRY who was born 9 Dec 1830 and died 30 Oct 1877 buried at Norwood. And of his son Lewis who was born 16 May 1833 and died 10 Jun 1858. Buried at Echunga. And of his daughter Elizabeth who was born 17 Jul 1819 and died 12 Oct 1859. Buried at Norwood. Frederick BARRY Stock Broker age 44 in 1841, of Birchin Lane, City of London will 12 Nov 1841, proved 24 Mar 1842, brother of James BARRY Wholesale Stationer of Queenhithe, City of London and Charles BARRY esquire, and married 1 Sep 1818 St Matthew, Friday Street, Elizabeth, of Sydenham Park, born London age 63 in 1861 died Westwood, West Hill (will proved to her sons William Henry baptised 1 Jan 1824 Christ Church, Southwark and Horace, stock brokers of 7 Birchin Lane, City of London) sister of John Thomas ROWSELL Esquire solicitor, of 35 Cannon Street and relative of a Samuel ROWSELL. Frederick BARRY had children, Elizabeth age 21 in 1841 baptised 13 Aug at St Mary, St Marylebone Road, received 1 Jan 1824 Christ Church, Southwark, died Westwood will proved 19 Nov 1859, Frederick clerk age 19 in 1841, Charles clerk age 15 in 1841, Arthur BARRY Gentleman age 30 in 1861, born Stoke Newington, died Westwood will proved 10 Nov 1877, Lewis age 17 in 1851, born Stoke Newington and Eleanor Emma 24 in 1861, born Stoke Newington.

55. (Brass, south chancel) To the memory of Frederick Edward eldest son of Frederick BARRY born 10 Dec 1821 d 13 Jul 1870. Buried at Norwood. Frederick Edward bachelor baptised 10 Dec 1822 St Mary, Lambeth and received 1 Jan 1824 Christ Church, Southwark, died Westwood, Sydenham, Administration 17 Aug 1870 to his brother William Henry.

56. [126.] Mary BARTLETT [wife of] John BARTLETT 26 Jun 18--. A Mary buried 3 Jan 1833 (age 39).

57. [20k.] (ashes) Gordon Walter BEDNALL b 19 Jun 1914 d 19 Jun 1985. (He died 3 Nicholas House, Lawrie Park Road, will proved 16 Oct 1985.)

58. David John BELL (DFC) H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Squadron Leader, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 3 Jun 1942 (age 30) of the Anchorage, Cottesmore. Administration 19 Sep 1942 to widow Winifred Emma ("Wynne"), son of Charles and Maud Frances. Buried St Nicholas, Cottesmore, churchyard extension, in Rutland.

59. Gordon Victor BENFIELD see War Memorial. Killed 5 Feb 1917 (age 19). Private "D" company, 26th battalion, Royal Fusiliers. Age 3 in 1901, born Kingham Hall, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire (he had a brother Edward Young, age 4 in 1901), son of Tom Barker schoolmaster, born Cambridge of Gladstone House, Redhill, Surrey and his second wife Ellen Itty MASTERS age 42 in 1901 born Kennington, marriage registered 1895 Faversham, of 49 Homecroft Road, Sydenham. (Klein-Vierstraat British Cemetery, Heuvelland, West Flanders, Belgium)

60. [47.] BENNETT died 1845 age --.

61. [20s.] (ashes) In loving memory of Betty Joyce BERRIMAN born 5 Oct 1928 died 14 Jan 2004. A loving wife and devoted mother.

62. (Brass in hall) In loving memory of George BINKS of this place and for many years connected with this Church and Parish died 5 Mar 1899 (age 82) and of Fanny his beloved wife who died 12 Nov 1893 (age 70 years). Blessed are the pure of heart, for they shall see God. erected by their affectionate sons. Gentleman, clerk in the Bank of England age 64 in 1881 born Kennington, baptised 24 Jun 1818 Newington St Mary, Surrey, son of George BINKS Merchant’s Clerk who married 11 Apr 1810, St Dunstan in the East, Caroline FAWCETT born Southwark (remarried there 15 Sep 1811). He married 1850 Camberwell, Fanny born Rainham, Essex, daughter of Rev Charles URQUHART of Westerham, Kent and Frances of Warminster, Wiltshire. Their children were George H. age 9 in 1861, born Peckham, Surrey, Charles H. 18 in 1871, clerk to a tea broker, born Peckham, Frances Harriet born Sydenham, age 22 in 1877 (married here 13 Sep 1877, John Menham PLOTTS MD of Ryde age 26 in 1877, son of James, gentleman), William U. age 24 in 1881, clerk to Ship in Agent, John J., clerk in merchant’s office age 45 in 1901 of Croydon and Alfred T. 30 in 1901, clerk in U. Bank of Scotland of Penge.

63. [20z.] (ashes) Peggy Lovell BLOXHAM b 27 Jul 1920 d 11 Dec 1989. John BLOXHAM b 20 Mar 1917 died 4 May 2004.

64. Jean Ellen BLUNT H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Died 16 Sep 1942 (age 28), serjeant RA (Auxiliary Territorial Service). Daughter of Davenport Fabian Cartwright and Edith Isobel of Sydenham. (Adel St John the Baptist churchyard, Yorkshire)

65. [134.] J.B. 1857. Charles BODLE Carver of wood born Camberwell, Surrey buried here 4 Nov 1856 (aged 92), of 1 Wells Place married Catherine born Brecknock, buried 23 Dec 1851 here (age 93) and had issue John chairmaker, baptised 5 Sep 1803 Shoreditch St Leonard, who had a cottage and garden in Wells Road buried 9 Feb 1857 (age 56), will 17 Jun 1856 proved 13 Apr 1857, James baptised 5 Sep 1803 chairmaker, age 42 in 1841, Mary Ann 5 Sep 1803, Richard 9 Jul 1804 and Ann 27 Oct 1806 married Henry CRIPS and had a son Henry apprentice carver, baptised 20 Sep 1835 St Matthew, Bethnal Green. John married Hannah and had children Charles James, baptised 30 Oct 1820 Shoredtich St Leonard, Ann Charlotte 20 Aug 1823 dressmaker (married 1848 Camberwell, Robinson JACKSON, Steam Engine Fitter age 34 in 1851, born Durham of Mason Street, St James, Hatcham. Their daughter Elizabeth Catherine was baptised 15 Sep 1847 St John the Baptist, Croydon and a son Charles was born at Stockport, Cheshire), (Phoebe) Elizabeth 6 Apr 1828 and Robert age 10 in 1841 baptised 20 Sep 1831.

66. Frank L(ydford) BODY see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 18 Jun 1917 (age 25). Captain, 8th battalion, Bedfordshire regiment, son of Charles Ash BODY JP and Mrs BODY of the Cedars, 34 Sydenham Hill. (Bethune town cemetery, pas de Calais)

67. A.S. BOLWELL see War Memorial. Alfred Samuel, corporal, 303rd siege battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Died 17 Sep 1918 (age 21), son of Mr S. BOLWELL of 135 West Road, Shoeburyness. (Shoeburyness (or South Shoebury) St Andrew churchyard, Essex)

68. [71.] Ann wife of A.D. BOTTOMLEY of London, departed this life 29 ---- (age 91).

69. [145.] (on church wall) Elizabeth BOWDLER, born 20 Sep 1814 died 20 Apr 1833. Buried 26 Apr (age 18).

70. [146.] (on church wall) Jane Duff BOWDLER born 2 Apr 1819 died 24 Sep 1839. Buried 1 Oct (age 20).

71. (Brass, south chancel) Ihc. To the Glory of God and in Memory of Thomas BOWDLER MA Prebendary of St Paul’s the first Minister of this Church, who entered into Rest 12 Nov 1856 and whose Remains were deposited in the Churchyard beneath this Wall. The East Window with the Reredos and Altar Railing were Erected Whitsuntide 1858. "I look for the Resurrection of the Dead, And of the life of the World to come." Hart and Son London. (Images of Saints Matthew, Mark, Luke and John).

72. [142.] Cross by church. Thomas BOWDLER 1856 (age 76). Phoebe BOWDLER 28 Nov 1854 (age 67) (not legible, 2006). Thomas was born 13 Mar 1782 Hayes, Kent the son of John, esquire, author of Eltham, Kent and nephew of Thomas BOWDLER MD b 11 Jul 1754 Ashley, near Bath, died 24 Feb 1825 Rhyddings and buried Oystermouth near Swansea, who edited the "Family Shakespeare" 1818 and whose edition of "Gibbon’s History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" was published by his nephew, in 1826. Two of his sisters, Jane and Henrietta Maria, were authoresses. Thomas junior died 12 Nov 2 Onslow Square, Brompton, London SW7, and buried here 19 Nov 1856 (age 77) was appointed curate at Leyton, 1803, Rector of Hopton Wafers, Shropshire 1806 – 20, Rector of Addington, Surrey 1820 - 34 and prebend of St Paul’s Cathedral, 1849, and was the author of a large number of published sermons. His is the third boss of six on the north side of the church nave. He married about 1804 Phoebe (died Brompton, Middlesex, buried 2 Dec (age 69)), daughter of Joseph COTTON Esquire of Low Leyton, Essex and they had nine children, of whom Mary died Brompton, buried 28 Feb 1849 (age 32).

73. George BOWYER see War Memorial. Killed 18 Aug 1917 A/Sergeant "C" Battery, 5th Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery. (Duhallow ADS Cemetery, Ieper, Belgium)

74. F(rederick) T(homas) BOYES Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Sep 1940 (age 49) AMICE, 19 Crystal Palace Park Road. Married to Julia Victoria of 42 Addington Road, Sanderstead and age 10 in 1901 born Camberwell, son of Thomas flour factor agent and Alice age 38 in 1901 born Lingfield, Surrey of Park Lodge, Bessels Green, Sevenoaks, Kent.

75. Walter George BRETT see War Memorial. Drowned, at sea, 31 Dec 1917, Lance Bombardier, Sussex Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery. Born 1897 Upper Sydenham, and age 3 in 1901.

76. Kathleen (Edith) BRIDGEMAN Civilian 2nd World War. Died 25 Sep 1940 (age 35), injured 24 Sep 28 Longton Grove, of 30 Longton Grove. Daughter of H. and E. of 18 Park Road, Great Harwood, Lancashire. Died at South-Eastern Hospital for Children.

77. (In chancel floor) Sacred to the memory of Emma, wife of Robert Collinson BROOKSBANK who died 10 Dec 1881 aged 70. Age 69 in 1881, died Neville Lodge, Church Street, Sydenham Holy Trinity, her will proved 28 Apr 1882. Born Peckham, baptised 26 Nov 1811 St George the Martyr, Southwark, daughter of John LYON Esquire of Thirza Place, Old Kent Road, Surrey and Mary. Her sister (Eliza) Thirza age 34 in 1851, married Thomas Matthew HUSBAND Merchant age 52 in 1851, born Yorkshire of Frognal, Hampstead St John.

78. (In chancel floor) Sacred to the memory of Robert Collinson BROOKSBANK of Sydenham Hill who died 7 Sep 1869 aged 62. Merchant born Leeds, Yorkshire baptised 1 Jul 1807, Hunslet died Neville Lodge will proved 8 Mar 1870 leaving £25,000 son of Abraham and Ann who moved to Bermondsey St Mary Magdalen in 1811. He married 17 Apr 1833 St Giles, Camberwell and had issue William Lyon, esquire, leather factor age 26 in 1861 baptised 18 Sep 1834 St Luke, West Norwood of Glebe Knoll, Bromley and Ravenswood, West Wickham, Alfred John baptised 31 Mar 1837 St Luke, West Norwood, Emma Thirza 7 Nov 1838 Bermondsey St Mary Magdalen and Clara Kate, age 10 in 1851 baptised 2 Oct 1840 Bermondsey St Mary Magdalen.

79. Edwin Percival Wildman BROWN see War Memorial. Died 4 Sep 1916, 2nd Lieutenant, 1st battalion, Norfolk Regiment. (Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval (Somme))

80. [128.] (flat on ground) Elizabeth Ann, wife of Mr Edmund BROWN, 24 Dec 1840 (age 40 years). Edmund a house agent and Registrar of Births and Deaths born Erpingham in Norfolk of Lower Sydenham, buried 31 Dec. He married secondly, Martha age 41 in 1851, born Holborn St Andrew and had children Sarah Martha 17 in 1861 baptised 25 Jun 1843 and Edmund Thomas, 6 in 1851, clerk to Mr BAKER of Lime Street, City of London baptised 11 Aug 1844, St Bartholomew, and married 8 Aug 1875 St Giles, Cripplegate to Elizabeth Sarah HONEYBUN.

81. William John Henry BROWN see War Memorial. Died 4 Sep 1916. Captain 3rd battalion, attached to 15th battalion, Norfolk Regiment. (Thiepval memorial)

82. [27.] Alison Chalme[r]s, wife of Robert BROWNE Esquire, Forest Hill who died 4 May 1851, and also the body of a son still-born on 2 May 1851. St John chap XI ver 35. ACB obit 1851 resurgam. Alison Chalmers BROWNE born SWAN at Hythe, Kent [2-] May 1807. Robert BROWNE, retired West India, or East India Merchant of 13 Park Terrace, St Matthew, Lambeth, age 60 in 1861, born Glasgow, Scotland marriage registered 1840 Elham, Kent, Alison aged 43 in 1851 buried 9 May 1851 (age 45) and had children Alison Chalmers, 8 in 1851 and 18 in 1861, birth registered 1842 West Derby, Liverpool, Margaret born 2 Jan baptised 29 March 1844 St Mary, Edge Hill, Lancashire, and Ellen 5 in 1851, 15 in 1851 baptised 24 Jun 1846, Ann(ie) Nairne 4 in 1851 baptised 11 Aug 1847 and Amy 2 in 1851 baptised 2 May 1849, all at St Bartholomew.

83. John (Lovett) CANDY see War Memorial. (Jack) age 9 in 1901 born Sydenham, died 18 Feb 1917 (Mesopotamia), private, 2nd battalion Buffs (East Kent Regiment). (Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery) Son of Arthur, coachman, age 40 in 1901 born Frome, Somerset and Sarah LOVETT, (married 1885 Croydon) aged 42 in 1901 born Fonthill Gifford, Wiltshire, daughter of William, agricultural labourer.

84. [125.] a chest tomb near the church. Francis CARLTON Esq, [many years a] managing director of Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, last surviving son of [the late] John CARLTON Esq of High Park, in the County of Dublin, died 22 Oct 1848 (age 48[th year]), (at end) also Sarah, wife of (completely disintegrated…). Buried as CARLETON 27 Oct (age 48). He married 3 Mar 1836 Ambleside, Westmorland, Sarah NORTH, age 30 in 1841 and 44 in 1851 born Rydal, Westmorland, of Tyrolean Villa, Norwood, and of Sydenham Hill in 1851, and had children, William age 4 in 1841 and Louisa, 3 in 1841, 13 in 1851, both born in Ireland.
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85. [20b.] (ashes) James Thomas CARROLL (Jim) beloved husband to Pat and much loved father and grandfather b 10 Dec 1925 d 5 Apr 2002.

86. Reginald Harry CARTWRIGHT see War Memorial. Died 27 May 1917 (age 42), Master "Ancona", London. (Mercantile marine), wife Annie of 19 Collingtree Road, Sydenham and son of the late Reginald of Louth, Lincolnshire and Annie L., of Leigh-on-Sea. (Tower Hill memorial)

87. B(lanche) G(wendoline) CARWARDINE Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Sep 1940 age 45, 19 Crystal Palace Park Road, wife of Egbert Athelstan, of 11 High Street, Penge.

88. E(gbert) A(thelstan) CARWARDINE Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Sep 1940 age 63 at 19 Crystal Palace Park Road, husband of Blanche Gwendoline, qv.

89. Michael J(ames) W(arrender) CASSY H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Died 2 Oct 1944 (age 23). Lieutenant, Grenadier Guards, son of Douglas Warrender and Gwendolyn Minnie of Sydenham. (Castiglione South African Cemetery, Italy)

90. John Arthur CHAMPION see War Memorial. Killed 22 Aug 1917 (age 37), Lance Corporal, 8th battalion, Seaforth Highlanders. Age 20 in 1901 born Westminster, clerk in the Civil Service son of William CHAMPION, French Polisher, born Pimlico of 6 College Place, Westminster, St John the Evangelist and Mary A., born Somers Town. Married 1905 Rochford, Essex, Georgina Sophia draper’s assistant age 23 in 1901, born Canewdon, Essex of 41 Rowland Grove, Sydenham daughter of George HARDINGHAM, Police Constable of Woolpit, Suffolk and Mary of Easton, Norfolk. (Tyne Cot memorial, Zonnebeke, West Flanders)

91. [20p.] (ashes) John Michael CHAPPELL b 12 May 1931 d 4 Dec 1992.

92. (Brass in hall) Also of Henry Haskett CHILTON eldest son of Henry Charles and Fanny Harrison. Major 4th Dragoon Guards. Born 29 Apr 1837 died 1 Jun 1876. Henry and his brother, Alfred Richard Tickell, Captain Royal Bengal Artillery were baptised 23 Jun 1837 and 17 Jul 1838 at St Bartholomew. Fanny Harrison was baptised 12 Jul 1810 and her sister, Mary Ann Harrison 28 Sep 1808 at Lewisham St Mary, children of Paul MALIN Esquire of Sydenham who married 7 Nov 1807 Mary Ann, the daughter of Haskett SMITH Esquire (qv). Henry Charles, solicitor age 78 in 1881, born London was son of George CHILTON Esquire of Chancery Lane and Susan, buried 26 Aug 1853 (age 93)..

93. [76.] Henry CHITTENDEN (illegible 2006). Corn Merchant born 11 May 1803 Ashford, Kent of Dartmouth Road buried 7 Sep 1853 (age 50) formerly a clerk of 40 Lombard Street son of Humphrey and Sarah, married 13 May 1834 Chaldon, Surrey, Ann BROWN age 37 in 1841 and 47 in 1851, born at Chaldon.

94. [20e.] (ashes) Geoffrey Edward CHUBB b 11 Mar 1923 died 4 Dec 2003.

95. [2.] Joseph James CHURCH departed this life 18 Aug 18[45?] (age 79). Mary CHURCH wife of the above. J.J.C. 1815. M.C. 1817. T.W. 1819.

96. Harry CLAYTON H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Henry John died 27 May 1942 (age 30), trooper, 3rd Royal Rank Regiment, RAC. Son of Henry James and Ellen Emily of Sydenham. (Alamein memorial, Egypt)

97. A(lice) CLIFFORD Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Sep 1940 age 66, 19 Crystal Palace Park Road, widow of Dr R. Edmund CLIFFORD and daughter of Alfred deceased and Catherine HOWARD of Elvaston Place, Queens Gate, London.

98. [12.] Charles CLINCH, died 18 May 1849 (age 50 years). Lord remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom. (Charles was buried 24 May.)

99. [77.] Morgan, second son of Mr Richard CLOADER of Wi-l Street b Feb died Sept.

100. [70.] –iam CO-B born 1 Jan – died 27 May – (broken 2006). Note Rebecca Jane COBB buried 2 Oct 1848 (age 8).

101. [34.] Louisa wife of Rev John COCKIN who departed this life 6 Dec 1849 (age 67 years) also Edward who died April 14 1835 (age 22 years). Clara d 1 Nov 1839 (age 19 years). George Alfred d 16 Jun 1840 (age [21 years]). Frederick Sep…. John curate of the Old Chapel, Sydenham, 1841 educated at Cambridge University, married 23 Jan 1808 Birmingham St Martin, Louisa JONES.

101. [34.] Louisa wife of Rev John COCKIN who departed this life 6 Dec 1849 (age 67 years) also Edward who died April 14 1835 (age 22 years). Clara d 1 Nov 1839 (age 19 years). George Alfred d 16 Jun 1840 (age [21 years]). Frederick Sep…. John curate of the Old Chapel, Sydenham, 1841 educated at Cambridge University, married 23 Jan 1808 Birmingham St Martin, Louisa JONES.

102. [66.] Stone on large slabs. T.C. 1846. G.C. 1851. L.C. 1867. C. 185-. C.P.C. 1842. 1871. Thomas COLSON Engineer died Anerley, of New Lane, Croydon age 50 in 1841, will 23 Jun 1844, proved 8 Mar 1845 married 19 Jun 1808 St Matthew, Ipswich, Suffolk, Lucy POWELL died Walworth, buried 30 Mar 1867 here (age 80) as "Louisa", and had children Thomas Chapman and Henry both baptised 5 Feb 1812 Stepney St Dunstan, George and William, both 14 Jan 1816 Lewisham St Mary, Francis Jeremiah, baptised 14 Jul 1818 St Nicholas, Deptford, Charles Powell age 20 in 1841 baptised 4 Aug 1819 Deptford St Paul, died Penge buried 24 Sep 1842 (age 23), Lucy Powell, age 15 in 1841 26 Sep 1821, Mary 7 May 1823 there, of Grosvenor Street, Camberwell, buried here 5 Aug 1871 (age 45), Alfred age 10 in 1841 baptised 2 May 1827, and Emma 26 Mar 1830. George COLSON of Lambeth was buried 1 Sep 1851 (age 38). Clara Shaw, daughter of William COLSON Contractor and Maryan baptised 19 Jan 1853 here.

103. [80.] (pillar. on grave) Jane Mary, wife of E.D. COLVILLE, Jun died 20 Jul 1838 [1853](age 38). Florence Gertrude 1853 (age 2 years). Jane Mary died St John, Paddington and was buried here 6 Aug (age 39). Edward Dod COLVILLE and Rebecca had Edward Dod baptised 14 Dec 1809, Sophia 4 May 1814 and Marianne 31 Dec 1822 at St Mary, Marylebone Road, Middlesex. The younger Edward Dod esquire age 41 in 1851 Registrar of the High Court of Chancery of 11 College Road, Eastbourne died 13 Mar 1886 (age 76) Eastbourne, Sussex and married Jane Mary PRICHARD, age 36 in 1851, born London and secondly 1855 in Kensington, Maria Lucretia HENDERSON, born in Columbia and he had children, Edward Richard baptised 12 Jul 1837 St Bartholomew, Mary Jane age 12 in 1851 8 May 1839, Hubert Noel 17 Feb 1842, Edith Marian aged 7 in 1851 15 Dec 1843, Arthur Lyndhurst 6 in 1851 9 May 1845, Rebecca Selina 3 in 1851 15 Aug 1847, Clara Anne 2 in 1851 20 Mar 1849 and Florence Gertrude 4 months in 1851, 12 Jan 1851.

104. Brass (west end) In memory of Lidiard Millicent COMPTON nee BRADBERRY who died at Milan 1 Nov 1912. She was for some time a pupil at the Sydenham High School and a worshipper in this church. Millicent married registered December quarter 1907, Paddington, Albert Henry COMPTON.

105. W(ilfred J(ames) COOK see War Memorial. Age 8 in 1901. Died of wounds 13 Aug 1918 (age 26). Lance Corporal 10th (Royal East Kent and West Kent Yeomanry) battalion, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment), formerly of 3/1st West Kent Yeomanry.. Educated at Teachers’ orphanage, Sydenham 1901- 1907, son of the late (James) William, printer and compositor of Southend and Rose Ellen BROWN born Chart Sutton, Kent. Born Milton next Gravesend, of British School, Northfleet. (Aire Communal Cemetery, Frances (pas de Calais)

106. [86.] Joseph COPPING qv. Of Penge, buried 18 Aug 1853.

107. Eric William COULSON see War Memorial. Killed 30 Apr 1918, private 20th (County of London) battalion (Blackheath & Woolwich), London Regiment, formerly of Royal West Kent Regiment. Age 5 in 1901, born Guildford, Surrey, brother of Ronald W. age 1 in 1901 and Florence M., age 9 in 1901, and of the next. (Jerusalem War Cemetery, in Israel)

108. Henry Guy Chaplin COULSON see War Memorial. Died 17 Feb 1917 (age 24), Lieutenant, 1st Royal Marine Battalion, Royal Naval Division, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Born Guildford son of Harry, solicitor, aged 34 in 1901 born Guildford and Florence Ellen CHAPLIN County Council accountant, age 35 in 1901 born Clare, Suffolk, of 64 Kirkdale. (Queens Cemetery, Bucquoy, Pas de Calais, France)

109. [38.] Next to church (behind railing) Thomas COVELL, died 31 Aug 1849 (aged 44). Alfred COVELL youngest son of Thomas and Elizabeth COVELL died 5 Feb 1873 (age 29). Also Elizabeth COVELL wife of Thomas, who died 22 March 1879 (age 76). Thomas COVELL Butcher age 36 in 1841 buried 2 Sep, came from Sevenoaks will 30 Aug proved 26 Nov 1849, and was son of William COVELL Butcher of Deptford Broadway. Elizabeth buried 26 Mar, daughter of Catherine STREETS, was a "butchress", and they had Thomas 14 in 1841; William Saxby 12 in 1841 born 28 Feb here, baptised 29 Mar 1829 Beckenham; Ann 24 in 1856 baptised 29 Jul 1832 at Lewisham St Mary and married here 14 May 1856 to Henry Montague, age 27 in 1856 son of Montague POLLETT, Draper; James George 17 in 1851, baptised 19 Feb 1834 St Bartholomew; Edwin farmer, baptised 1 Jan 1836 and married 15 Jul 1856 here to Ann Drusilla, daughter of Charles RUSH, Butcher; and Alfred aged 24 in 1868, baptised 3 Jan 1844, buried 12 Feb 1873 and married 10 Mar 1868 St Bartholomew to Rosa Elizabeth, age 23 in 1868, daughter of William DEAN, Baker..

110. Brass. In memory of Reginald CUTBILL of Southwood, Lawrie Park, Sydenham who died 8 Aug 1882 (age 33). This tablet is erected by his friends in affectionate remembrance of his kind and unselfish exertions in promoting the happiness of others.

111. In the hall. This window is dedicated to the Glory of God, and in loving memory of Thomas Samuel CUTBILL of Southwood, Lawrie Park, Sydenham who died on the 24th Apr 1867 (age 62) and of Elizabeth his widow who died on the 8 Jan 1900 (age 90). Thomas Samuel, gentleman son of Thomas and Sarah, was baptised 7 Apr 1805 Christ Church, Spitalfields and married Elizabeth NEWTON 12 Apr 1834 Shoreditch St Leonard. She was 72 in 1881, born London, and they had Ellen Sarah, age 27 in 1863 married 13 Aug 1863 here to Alfred, age 27 in 1863, Barrister, son of Alfred Robert CUTBILL Gentleman, Adela E. 39 in 1881 and Walter J.C., 38 in 1881, both born Maidstone, Kent, Edward stock broker age 33 in 1877, married here 11 Oct 1877 to Louisa age 20 in 1877, daughter of Augustus SILLEM Merchant, Laura M. 33 in 1881, born in Dalston and Reginald, merchant 32 in 1881, of Southwood, Avenue Road, Beckenham, also born in Dalston.

112. Alfred Chas. DANIEL see War Memorial. Killed 1 Sep 1918 (age 19). Rifleman 9th battalion, London Regiment (Queen Victoria’s Rifles). Born Beckenham, age 2 in 1901 of Penge, son of Alfred pawnbroker’s assistant, age 38 in 1901, born Upper Holloway, London and Lucy Florence age 24 in 1901, born Croydon of 55 High Street, Upper Sydenham. (Longueval Road Cemetery, the Somme, France)

113. [149.] Jane DARBY died 5 Sep 1856 after many years of patient suffering (age 49).

114. [105.] (gravestone near lytch gate) William DAVIDSON, late of St Martins in the Fields, died 26 Apr 1851 (aged 40). Buried 5 May here. Tailor and Clothes Salesman of 25 Russell Court in the parish of St Michael, Burleigh Street, will 20 Mar proved 25 Jun 1851 to wife Mary Ann WOODHALL married 16 Jul 1827, St Pancras Old Church. He was 39 and she 36 in 1851, born St Martin in the Fields and had children, William Stephens, carpenter 18 baptised 25 Nov 1832, James 22 Mar1835, James 14 baptised 25 Jun 1837, Joseph 10, Mary Ann 5 and Frederick aged 3.

115. Arthur Albert DAVIS see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 10 Sep 1917. Rifleman 13th battalion, Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort’s Own), of East Ham. Born Islington. (Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, pas de Calais)

116. [14a.] "Walter son of George and Sarah DAWES of Perry Rise, Sydenham 23 Feb 1853 (age 7 weeks)". George attorney at law age 50 in 1861, blind with age born Angel Court, Throgmorton Street, baptised 1 May 1811 St Bartholomew Exchange, City of London, son of Thomas DAWES Attorney at Law of Mottingham Place, St Marylebone and Hester. He married 1841, registered at Rye, Sussex, Sarah age 44 in 1861, baptised 20 Oct 1816 Winchelsea daughter of Richard STILEMAN Esquire who married 23 Nov 1815 St Giles, Camberwell, Sarah Curteis, daughter of William CROUGHTON Esquire of Champion Hill, Camberwell and Sarah, daughter of Richard CURTEIS Esquire of Tenterden, Kent. George and Sarah had children George 30 Nov 1842 and Thomas Richter 8 May 1844, baptised St Giles Camberwell, Hester 3 Nov 1847, Mary 22 Jun 1849 and Walter, baptised 11 Feb, buried 1 Mar here and Weedon 30 Apr 1855 and Frank both baptised 2 Aug 1858 at St Margaret, Lee.

117. Chancel brass (organ). In memory of George William DENTON who died on the 6th Jan 1898 while holding the office of Churchwarden. The improvements to the organ initiated by him were completed as a memorial of him Sep 1898. He died South Hill Lodge, Lawrie Park (age 62), will proved 18 Feb 1898 London to his widow Caroline. Presumably born 19 Jan 1835 baptised 23 Mar 1836 at Bishop Street Wesleyan, Leicester, son of Joseph, surgeon of Leicester St Margaret and Eliza RAWSON; age 55 in 1891, married Caroline HEELAS, born Wokingham, Berkshire.

118. A(ndrew) D(ouglas) DICK Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Sep 1940 age 61, MPS 45 Crystal Palace Park Road, will proved 6 Jun 1941. Son of Andrew deceased and Elizabeth of Douglas, Isle of Man.

119. E(lizabeth) DICK Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Sep 1940 age 60, 45 Crystal Palace Park Road, administration 6 Mar 1941 wife of Andrew Douglas qv and daughter of Thomas Henry CORKILL Miller and Elizabeth of Greeba, Brockham Green, Betchworth, Surrey.

120. Cornelius S. DREW H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Died 6 Jun 1944 (age 29), sergeant 515 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Husband of Elsie Suzanne of Forest Hill and son of William Edward and Mary. (Runnymede memorial, Surrey)

121. [36.] Sarah Harriet DREW, wife of John Edward DREW, who died 10 Mar 1832 (25th year), also Sarah ANDERSON, aunt of the above, who died Apr ----. Eliza. Sarah Harriet was buried 18 Mar (age 24) and Eliza Sophia was buried 1 Feb 1858 (age 12).

122. M(ary) E(thelreda) DUJARDYN Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 1 Aug 1944 age 48, 54 Park Court, Lawrie Park Road. Born Camden Town, age 4 in 1901, daughter of Mrs Emily A. BRIANT (Music Teacher, born New Cross age 28 in 1901) and wife of Raymond Theodore.

123. R.T. DUJARDYN Civilian 2nd World War. Raymond Theodore born Belgium killed 1 Aug 1944 age 47 at 54 Park Court, Lawrie Park Road.

124. S(tella) M(arian) S(cott) DURRANT Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Sep 1940 age 28 at 19 Crystal Palace Park Road, daughter of William Scott deceased (birth registered 1860, Hastings) and Alberta DURRANT of Engadine, Park Hill Road, Croydon, Surrey. Lionel Scott’s birth was registered 1906 St Olave, Bermondsey.

125. [138.] chest tomb. [Mr] Thomas DYTEMAN, died 23 [25th] Jul 1837 (age 73). Also Mrs Mary WRIGHT, daughter of Thomas DYTEMAN. Charles WRIGHT. Also DYTEMAN, age 76 years. Thomas Gardener DYTEMAN, Builder buried 2 Aug was born 20 Aug and baptised 22 Aug 1764 Croydon St John the Baptist and married 22 Jul 1783 Southwark St Olave, Lucy, daughter of William RAY or BAY. His will 8 Apr 1829, proved 18 Aug 1837 left £25,200 to his daughter Mary, born 9 Apr and baptised 26 Apr 1789 Sydenham, registered at Dr Williams’ library, who married 1 Jan 1838 Croydon St John the Baptist, Charles WRIGHT Esquire of Deptford. She died 6 Apr buried 12 Apr 1872 (age 83) and her husband died 3 Dec and was buried 8 Dec 1876 (age 75), here.

126. [91.] Edward EDNEY. … EDNEY. (barely legible, 2006). Edward EDNEY smith age 60 in 1841 buried 11 Dec 1846 (age 65), will 2 Nov 1846 proved 5 Nov 1847 had a wife Ann age 43 in 1841, who died Penge buried 24 Feb 1851 (age 52) and a daughter Amy, age 12 in 1841. Perhaps a son of the Edward EDNEY who married 29 Jun 1775 Mottisfont, Hampshire, Diana MATTHEWS?

127. [90.] Thomas EDNEY, of Sydenham, died Jun 1849 (age 51 (recte 71) years). Mrs Rosamund EDNEY [relict of the above who died…] 1869. Thomas George EDNEY, son of the above, died May 1846 (age 26). Thomas smith and farrier buried 23 Jun (age 71), will 7 Sep 1848, proved 24 Jul 1849 to his wife Rosamond. His children were Thomas George baptised 15 Dec 1822 at Lewisham St Mary buried here 3 Aug (age 24); Henry baptised 7 Nov 1824; Mary Roberts 13Aug 1826; James Gibbs 8 Feb 1829; David, blacksmith aged 33 in 1866 baptised 16 Sep 1832 and married here 27 May 1866 to Eliza, age 33 in 1866, daughter of James ALLUM [Farrier?]; and Elizabeth Meager baptised here 26 Feb 1836.

128. [6.] William EDWARDS, died 1851. Ellen Jemima 1855 (age 14). Alice (age 10). A William Richard EDWARDS Government clerk age 29 in 1841, baptised 7 Jul 1813 Lambeth St Mary, son of John Andrew and Elizabeth, married Amelia age 25 in 1841 and had Georgiana Augusta Frances, baptised 1 Sep 1841 here and Flora Amelia 10 Jul 1844.

129. N(ellie) ELLUM Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Sep 1940 age 59, 19 Crystal Palace Park Road. Nurse, daughter of late Mr, and Mrs Nathan ELLUM of Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire. Will proved 1 Jan 1941 to Mabel Annie and Edward, a retired baker.

130. [67.] unusually shaped grave with a roof in the shape of a cross (there’s a similar grave at Beckenham). Ihs. Sacred to the memory of Charles ENGLISH, priest [of this parish for][MA] twentyfour years incumbent of Sydenham, he died in the Lord on the morrow of Ascension day, May 31st 1867 age 57 years. This monument has been erected by his flock in affectionate remembrance.

131. (Brass, south chancel) + Laus Deo In Memory of Charles ENGLISH MA who for twenty-three years ministered in this Church, and became the first Incumbent of this Parish. In sure and certain Hope of the Resurrection to Eternal Life through Jesus Christ, he rested from his labours on the 31 May 1867 aged 57 years. His Body is laid in the adjoining Church-yard to await his perfect Consummation. "I believe in … the Communion of Saints." (images of Saints Matthew, Mark, Luke and John). Charles, age 31 in 1841 at Butleigh, Somerset, matriculated from Trinity College, Cambridge in 1829 age 19, BA 1833, MA 1841, He was born Shaftesbury, Dorset son of John and Matilda MARSHALL of London (buried here 23 Jul 1857 (age 77)), married 8 Oct 1810 St Martin in the Fields. He died at the Parsonage and was buried 5 Jun. His boss is the third of six bosses on the south side of the nave. He married Emily (perhaps CORKE, registered 1843 Ticehurst, Sussex) age 31 in 1851, born Whitchurch, Hampshire, and was presumably the father of Charles Frederick William baptised 20 Mar 1864 and Minnie Emily 27 August 1865 at Bromley.

132. (Brass in chancel, near altar) To the Glory of God and in memory of Amy ENTHOVEN who entered into rest 11 May 1892 and of Frederick ENTHOVEN her Brother who passed from this earthly life on 23rd Apr 1901. The Decoration on the South side of the Sanctuary is dedicated by their Relatives and Friends. Cox and Buckley, London. Henry John ENTHOVEN Esquire of Moorgate Street, City of London and of 103 Westbourne Terrace, Middlesex was a naturalized British subject 1874 and a merchant born in Holland who died 15 Apr 1874 Lawrie Park, Sydenham, will proved 2 Jul 1874 valued at £3000. He married Ann F. b Holland d 1884 (age 88) and they had children Harriet 12 Nov 1819, James 4 Apr 1823, Frances 24 Aug 1824, John 24 Mar 1827, Lewis 20 Aug 1827, Emma 7 Sep 1829, Catherine 14 Feb 1833, Frederick 31 Mar 1835, Amelia (Amy) 4 Oct 1839 all registered the New Synagogue, London, and Julia age 18 in 1861. Of these, Catherine, Frederick, Amelia and Julia were baptised 7 Jan 1870 St Luke, Old Charlton. Frederick esquire, merchant and lead manufacturer of 17 Gracechurch Street, London died at the Gable House, Sydenham and left £21, 462. Amy died aged 51.

133. [18.] (gravestone angled to point) Elizabeth EVANCE, widow of this place, died Feb 27 1837, aged 65 years. Buried 6 Mar.

134. [8.] Mary, the beloved wife of Edward FEDERAU of this parish, born 24th May 1801 died 17 February 1843. Also Miss Mary Browning, daughter of the above, died Apr 1837 (age --). Mary BROWNING, widow of Upper Sydenham, buried 25 Feb (age 42) married 1830 St Andrew Undershaft, Edward FEDERAU and had children, Charlotte Euphrosyne, age 46 in 1881, born Clapham and baptised 27 Jun 1838 St Mark, Kennington, and Sarah Browning age 44 in 1881, baptised 27 Jun 1838, of 14 St James Road, Tunbridge Wells in 1881, married 5 Jan 1870 St James, Piccadilly, Heinrich Joachim Ludwig POSSEHL, who died before 1881.

135. [20d.] (ashes) Perle FERGUSON b 1914 d 1983.

136. [86.] Henry FIELDING qv. Of Penge, buried 18 Aug 1853.

137. [86.] John FOREMAN qv. Alias William FREEMAN, of Penge, buried 18 Aug 1853 (age 23). A Harriet FOREMAN of Leather Market, Bermondsey was buried 29 Nov 1853 (age 10 months).

138. Glass (north wall in entrance). A copy of the deed of conveyance for the parcel of land on which St Bartholomew’s church was built. John FORSTER Esquire of Southend, Lewisham £238 18s, formerly part of Sydenham Common but now enclosed 8 May 1829. Adjacent to his land on the north-east and north-west sides. John died 1 Dec 1834, Southend and was son of Rev John FORSTER Rector of Elton, Durham and Walsoken, and he married Elizabeth d 25 Jan 1837 daughter of Rev Ralph DRAKE-BROCKMAN of Beachborough in Kent. John’s grandson Major John FORSTER of Exbury House, Hampshire was father of Henry William, Lord FORSTER of Lepe, created 12 Dec 1919, MP for Bermondsey, 1892 – 1918 and for Bromley 1918-19, and Governor General of Australia 1920-25 who donated Forster Memorial Park in Downham to Lewisham Council in 1922. He married Rachel, daughter of 1st Lord MONTAGU of Beaulieu, Hampshire and one daughter was the mother of Michael PITT-RIVERS and the other married the uncle of Eric LUBBOCK, Lord AVEBURY.

139. Cyril (Charles) FOUNTAIN H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Of 32 Girton Road, died (8th or) 9th May 1942 16 Dukesthorpe Road, Sydenham (age 23). Lance Corporal, Royal Army Ordnance Corps and son of Charles and Mary of Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire. (Beckenham Crematorium and Cemetery, v. 3 Grave 18611)

140. [19.] with railing Thomas FOX Esq. Late of York Gate, Regents Park, died 17 April 1852 (age 56). Also Maria Louise[a], wife of Thomas MARLING Esquire who died at Springwell House, Clapham Common, 14 [unclear 2006] Jan 1858 (aged 37). Also Rev Howell HARRIES BA of the Terrace, Clapham Common, who died April 15 1860 (age 37). Also Emily Annie FOX daughter of the late Thomas FOX, died July 29, 1863 (age 15). Joseph OVERBURY Esquire died Cheltenham, will 14 Sep proved 2 Nov 1844 came from a family of woolstaplers and married 1807 Cliffe Pypard, Wiltshire, Elizabeth PIKE. Their children were Joseph 28 Dec 1809, John 28 Dec 1809, Anthony 29 Dec 1814, Nathaniel 29 Dec 1814, Edward 29 Dec 1814, Helen Elizabeth 23 Sep 1817 and Maria Louisa baptised 4 Apr 1820 (buried 9 Jan) all at Tetbury, Gloucestershire. Helen Elizabeth, age 33 in 1851 married 16 Apr 1845, at Frant, Sussex, Thomas FOX Merchant of 9 King William Street, City of London and of 11 York Gate, age 54 in 1851, born Stoke (Damerel?), Devonshire and buried 26 Apr (age 57) "by Coroner’s Warrant". Emily Annie of Lee, Kent was buried 4 Aug (age 16). Maria Louisa, age 31 in 1851 married before 1844, Thomas MARLING, landed proprietor age 47 in 1851, born Woodchester, Gloucestershire of East Cliff, Dover, and Claremont House, Gloucester died 11 Nov 1879 (age 76) Horton Court, Wotton, Gloucester, having married again, his will proved 16 Dec 1879 with estate valued £100,000 to nephew William Henry esquire of Stanley House, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. Thomas Fox’s children were, probably Thomas P. FOX age 4 in 1851, born Streatham, Surrey, Emily Annie age 3 in 1851, Francis O. FOX age 2 in 1851 and William B. age 6 months in 1851, all born St Marylebone, Middlesex. Howell HARRIES BA age 26 in 1851, curate of Holy Trinity, Darlington was born Rudbaxton, Pembrokeshire and baptised 13 Oct 1824 at Ebenezer Calvinistic Methodist, Haverfordwest (buried 21 Apr (age 36))son of Thomas HARRIES Minister of Inhill St Nicholas, Glamorgan and Mary HOWELL.

141. [83.] Chest tomb. Mary Ann widow of George FRACKLETON, died 26 Dec 1885 (age 79)[79th year]. Dear Jesus come quickly. George FRACKLETON, of the parish of St Faith[s] the virgin under St Pauls, died 15 [13] Apr 1858 [1838] (age 51) "an affectionate husband deeply regretted" also Ann PAIN, late of Windsor, departed this life 10 Dec 1855 [1853] (age 78), the affectionate aunt of James POCKLINGTON. (At end) James POCKLINGTON (two panels unused at side). Ann age 73 in 1851 born Clewer, Berkshire died Upper Sydenham and was of New Windsor and aunt to both James and Mary Ann. Mary Ann of 37 Belgrave Road, St Johns Wood, died at 14 Venetia Road, Finsbury Park, the home of her niece Mary Ann POCKLINGTON. George FRACKLETON buried 21 Apr. James POCKLINGTON MPS Chemist and Druggist, age 30 in 1851 was born St Faith, Middlesex.

142. Frederick J. FRANCIS H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Perhaps Frederick John died 26 Mar 1942 (age 24), Stoker 1st Class son of William Edith and married to Evelina Lavinia of Charlton, Kent. (Portsmouth Naval Memorial)

143. [53.] John FRASER Esq.

144. Helena (actually Eleanor Beatrice) FREEBREY Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 14 Jan 1945 age 50, 9 Panmure Road, daughter of Alfred J. FREEBREY of 158 Seal Road, Sevenoaks.

145. John GARLAND see War Memorial. Killed 13 May 1917 (age 36), rifleman Kings Royal Rifle Corps, postman age 10 in 1891, 20 in 1901 son of George age 6 in 1861, coachman of 42 Willow Walk, born Galhampton, North Cadbury, Somerset and Elizabeth J. born Heathfield, Sussex of Mount Villas, Sydenham Hill, born Sydenham. They also had issue Bessie M. aged 11 in 1891, and Caroline E. age 6 in 1891. (Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-les-Mofflaines, Pas de Calais, France)

146. [82.] Tombstone George GARRATT departed 7 (age 70). George buried 14 Mar 1854 (age 70), a baker age 66 in 1851 was presumably baptised 2 Jan 1786 at Eyworth, Bedfordshire and his wife Mary, age 64 in 1851, was also born in Bedfordshire, and perhaps Mary LANDON, married 23 Jul 1834 at Wigginton, Hertfordshire. His will 19 Feb 1853 was proved 17 Apr 1854.

147. [29.] David GIBSON Esq of the Stock Exchange, 1865 (age 70). Also Martha daughter (not legible, 2006). Widower age 55 in 1841 born Aldgate of 1 James’s Place, Hackney Road, St Peter, Bethnal Green, Middlesex with daughters Jemima age 25 in 1851 of Trinity Square, Newington St Mary, Surrey, Martha age 13 in 1841 and 23 in 1851, death registered 1857 Lewisham, both born Hackney, Middlesex, Elizabeth age 12 in 1841, and Katharine born Homerton, age 10 in 1841 and 19 in 1851.

148. [21.] Ellen GILLMAN, wife of Mr Robert GILLMAN, who departed this life Aug 1840. 1848. Ellen buried 4 Sep 1840 (age 21). Robert a merchant of Mediterranean ports of Cumming Street, Clerkenwell son of Robert of 12 Amwell Street, Finsbury and his wife Ann, married 1841 Islington, Caroline age 31 in 1851 (death registered 1870 at St George, Hanover Square, age 50) daughter of Elizabeth BOVET of Plymouth, Devon, moved to Muswell Hill and died 1892 (age 88), registered at Guildford having had children Robert A age 7 in 1851 and Fritz, 5 in 1851 and both born at Hornsey, Middlesex.

149. [31.] (cross – 1 arm broken) Edward [(Arbuth)not] von GLE[H]N born 19 Sep 1844 died 8 Apr 18[54]--. --. Baptised 30 Oct, buried 13 Apr (age 10), his death registered at St Marylebone, Middlesex.

150. (Floor of chancel) A faithful friend is a strong defence and he that hath found the same hath found a treasure. In loving memory of Mary Emilie "Mimi" third daughter of Robert and Agnes von GLEHN born 13 May 1842 died 8 Jan 1886. This pavement consecrated by undying affection was placed here by her Brothers and Sisters and friends. Mimi was a celebrated pianist and had a twenty-year long relationship with musicologist, Sir George GROVE who was Secretary of the Crystal Palace and wrote the Dictionary of Music and Musicians (born 13 Aug 1820, died 28 May 1900) having settled at Sydenham in 1852. GROVE’s biographer writes of "delightful Sunday afternoons, [at Peak Hill Lodge,] with Mimi von GLEHN at the piano and STOCKHAUSEN, with unwearied voice and unflagging enthusiasm, singing Schubert, Schumann, Bach and Brahms, or with Canon AINGER or GROVE reading poetry aloud in the garden in summer, or round the fire in winter". She died of "consumption" (TB - tuberculosis). Sir Charles Villiers STANFORD 1852 – 1924 playing the organ at her funeral.

151. (Chancel Floor) The Blessing of the Father establisheth the houses of children. Coat of Arms (three ears of corn growing in a field, in chief two asterisks). Sacred to the memory of Robert William von GLEHN of Peak Hill Lodge, Sydenham, born at Reyel in Russia 6 Jan 1801 died at Sydenham 22 Jul 1885. Reval, or Revel is the capital of Estonia, now known as Tallinn, where there is a GLEHN Castle, built by prisoners at a Tallinn penitentiary. Robert was an East India merchant with a Scottish mother and a Scottish wife, Agnes DUNCAN, who he married circa 1837 and he was naturalised a British subject 6 Mar 1846. His children "never felt him as a play fellow, his German nature I think made it difficult for him to unbend. I never saw him play the fool, and I think he was always puzzled at English jokes, particularly when older people talked nonsense". His 10th child, Louisa Hume CREIGHTON b 7 Jul 1850 Sydenham d 15 Apr 1936 5 South Parks Road, Oxford was wife of the Bishop of London 1897 – 1901 at the same time that two former vicars here were Bishops of Lichfield and Southwark, and she and her husband wrote historical books which in her case included publishing biographies on the Black Prince, Sir Walter RALEIGH and the Duke of MARLBOROUGH. She married 8 Jan 1872 at St Bartholomew, Mandell CREIGHTON DD, then fellow and tutor of Merton College, Oxford born 5 Jul 1843 Carlisle, Cumberland d 14 Jan 1901 at Fulham Palace, eldest son of Robert CREIGHTON and Sarah, daughter of Thomas MANDELL of Bolton, Cumberland. A book about their lives and letters is "A Victorian Marriage", 2000 by James Thayne Covert, published by Hambledon & London.
Robert’s grandson, Wilfrid Gabriel de GLEHN d 1951 Stratford Toney, Wiltshire and his wife Jane Erin EMMET were subjects of a painting by John Singer SARGENT at the fountain at Villa Torlonia, Italy. Both artists, she was a cousin of the novelist Henry JAMES
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152. Gordon GLIDE see War Memorial. Killed 20 Oct 1918. Private, 2nd battalion, Duke of Edinburgh’s (Wiltshire) Regiment and formerly of Kings Royal Rifle Corps. Gardener, age 15 in 1901 born Tooting, son of William, gardener, born Staines, Middlesex and Sophia of Renham, Berkshire. He married 1912 Hampstead, Elizabeth M. SULLIVAN, of 48 Mount Ash Road, Upper Sydenham. (St Aubert British Cemetery, near Cambrai, France nord)

153. Daniel Cottle GREEN see War Memorial. Killed 25 Feb 1917 2nd Lieutenant, 22nd Battalion, London Regiment (Machine Gun Corps (infantry)). (Basra memorial in Iraq)

154. Robert Cottle GREEN see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 29 Aug 1917, Sergeant, 319th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery formerly 31st Royal Fusiliers. Born Pretoria, South Africa. (Sainte Marie Cemetery, Le Havre)

155. Joseph Thos GREER see War Memorial. Died 21 Sep 1917 (age 20) Gunner, 59th Division ammunition column, Royal Field Artillery, age 3 in 1901 born Sydenham, son of William, furniture packer of 39 Providence Place, Brighton St Bartholomew born Ireland, and (Constance) Edith HUGGETT of Fletching, Sussex, marriage registered in 1886, Brighton, and of 15 Peak Hill Gardens, Sydenham. (Birr Cross Roads Cemetery, Ieper, West Flanders)

156. Brass (west wall). To the Glory of God and in loving remembrance of Frances GREGG, of Jesmond, Sydenham, for more than 20 years a constant communicant in this church: born 28 Feb 1812 entered into rest after a life of great suffering 18 Dec 1891 and is laid in Elmers End Cemetery. "The souls of the righteous are in the hand of God." The Ascension Window near this brass, was placed in this Church by Frances GREGG to the memory of her mother.
Brass (west wall). To the Glory of God and in memory of Frances ELLISON who fell asleep at Waverley House in this parish on Ascension day 1872 (age 85). Her body rests in the Jesmond Cemetery, Newcastle "waiting the resurrection of the just" 1 Thess 4 chap 14 V.

157. [20y.] (ashes) Cherished memory of Walter GREGORY 11.5.1933 – 24.3.2002.

158. Dorothea (Endora) GRIFFITH Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 14 Jan 1945 age 46 at 10 Panmure Road. Born 1898 Sydenham and age 2 in 1901 daughter of George GRIFFITH Electrical Engineer, age 32 in 1901 and Eliza BURROWS, age 27 in 1901 born Oundle, Northamptonshire, married 1896 Lewisham.

159. The Ian GRIFFITHS Hall. Opened by Rt Rev Peter HALL 6 October 1996.

160. George C(ecil) GRIGG see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 12 Apr 1917, private Army Cyclist Corps born Eltham, Kent, of Upper Sydenham. (Tilloy British Cemetery, Tilloy-les-Mofflaines, Pas de Calais)

161. Noel William GROOM see War Memorial. Age 2 in 1891, 11 in 1901, born Chelmsford, son of John GROOM Architect, age 42 in 1891, born Holloway and his second wife, Florence Browne, age 34 in 1891, born Stroud, Gloucestershire, daughter of David J. EVANS Journalist of Rhayader, Radnorshire

162. Phillip Lewis GROOM see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 4 May 1917. Rifleman (lance corporal), 13th battalion, Kings Royal Rifle Corps. Age 9 in 1901, brother of the last, born Hornsey of Streatham. (Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais)

163. 88. George GUILLMORE, engaged of London Palace Railway, died 1854 (age 46 years 11 months).

164. [23.] Mary wife of Will H.

165. [140.] Louisa Ann HARDSTONE born 4 May 1807 died 10 Jul 1859.

166. [16.] George HARDY died Sep 1848. Licensed victualler at the Lion public house age 36 in 1841, buried 9 Sep (age 43), will 30 Jul proved 20 Sep 1848 formerly of Colonnade Mews, St George, Bloomsbury (where he appears in the census adjacent to Philip MAYOW, Solicitor). Married Susannah, age 36 in 1851, daughter of Mary A. REEPE of Hurst, Berkshire and had children, William age 16 in 1851, born 23 Aug Hatfield Broad Oak, baptised 23 Nov 1834 Hatfield Heath independent, Essex; Joseph baptised 6 Feb 1837, St Pancras Old Church; Emma 9 Jan 1839, age 12 in 1851; George 28 Mar 1841, buried here 30 Oct 1848 (age 10); Henry born Faversham, Kent, baptised 19 Mar 1843 here; Maryann 17 Jan 1845; and Thomas baptised 19 Dec 1847. Susannah married secondly 19 Oct 1849, All Souls, St Marylebone, James TREHEARN Dairyman and Licensed Victualler (qv), age 35 in 1851, born Lewisham.

167. [86.] William HARDY qv. Of Penge, buried 18 Aug 1853.

168. (brass in hall) To the Glory of God and in affectionate remembrance of Francis (sic) Offley first wife of Sir Thomas Duffus HARDY DCL deputy keeper of the Public Records and Daughter of Charles Savery ANDREWS Captain in HM 24th Regiment of Foot. Born on 23 Oct 1811 d 2 Aug 1841 and is buried near this spot. This memorial is placed here by her only child Frances Charlotte HORWOOD AD 1884. Sir Thomas, born 22 May 1804 Port Royal, Jamaica, of the Tower of London died 15 Jun 1878 126 Portadown Road, Maida Vale, London, will proved 12 Jul 1878 to widow Mary Anne, daughter of Charles MCDOWELL, was the only keeper to allow patrons of the Public Record Office to use ink. He was third son of Major Thomas Bartholomew Price HARDY baptised 14 Jul 1778 East Challow, Berkshire who was in turn the son of Lt Colonel Thomas Carteret HARDY Royal York Fusiliers, whose two daughters, Sarah and Charlotte Savery were the subject of a painting in 1801 by Sir Thomas LAWRENCE, which hangs in the Cleveland Museum of Art. The younger of these daughters married Ralph PRICE of Sydenham, and is buried here (qv). Thomas’s first wife, Frances was 30 in 1841 buried 9 Aug (age 31) and their daughter Frances age 9 in 1841 born 9 Sep 1831 London, married 4 Oct 1849 at St Pancras Old Church, Alfred John HORWOOD, Barrister of Chale Villa, West Street, Ryde, Isle of Wight, age 59 in 1881, and had a daughter Constance Frances, age 29 in 1881, English Governess of Summerbrook Ladies School, Redland Road, St Giles, Reading baptised 16 Jan 1851 at Temple Church. Thomas’s second wife, Mary Anne was a novelist and traveller, born circa 1825 Fitzroy Square, London of 4 Upper Gloucester Place, Dorset Square, died 19 May 1891 124 Portadown Road, buried Willesden will proved 13 Jun 1891 to her daughter, Iza Duffus authoress age born Surrey, 38 in 1891, died 30 Aug 1922.

169. [50.] Thomas. Frances Offley wife of Thomas Duff HARDY, died 2 Aug 1841 (age 31).

170. Kenneth A(shley) HARMAN H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Died 26 Apr 1942 (age 26). 2nd Lieutenant 207(M) HAA regiment, son of William Henry and Gwendoline Rose of Sydenham. (Whitby Cemetery, Yorkshire)

171. [85.] Large chest tomb. Sacred to the memory of Thomas HARRILD, youngest son of Robert & Elizabeth HARRILD [departed this life] suddenly, 6 Dec 1867 (age 45), also Robert HARRILD, died 28 Jul 1853 (age 75), leaving a widow with which he had been united 52 years, resident of Sydenham 28 years, and 15 years guardian of the poor of the parish of St Margarets Moses in the ward of Bread Street, [City of] London. Elizabeth died suddenly 26 Dec 1853 (age 73). Robert HARRILD, eldest son of Robert and Elizabeth of Round Hill House, died on his 63rd birthday 11 May 1871 until the day break & the shadows…. Robert esquire, printer’s broker, buried 4 Aug, will 16 Nov 1852 proved 26 Oct 1853, had the spire of St Antholins church in the City of London in his Round Hill House garden. Son of Thomas of Bird Street, Manchester Square and his wife Phebe, and brother-in-law of Samuel SMITH Publican of the Bricklayer’s Arms, Strutton Ground, Middlesex. Elizabeth d Round Hill House, Sydenham, buried 2 Jan 1854 (age 74) administration 13 Oct 1854 – perhaps BILLING, married 14 Jul 1801 Camberwell St Giles. The children and grandchildren as follows:
   1.Henry Horton baptised 25 Nov 1804 Bermondsey St Mary Magdalen.
   2.Mary baptised 13 Jul 1806 Bermondsey St Mary Magdalen died 29 Dec 1871 (age 64) the Retreat, Peak Hill married 23 Aug 1827 Lewisham, George BAXTER living 1872 and had George living 1871; Elizabeth O. living 1871; and Charlotte Warner living 1872
   3.Robert, esquire b 11 May, baptised 5 Jun 1808 St Martin Orgar or St Clement Eastcheap, died 11 May 1871 Round Hill House, buried 18 May, Sydenham (age 63) will proved 10 Jun 1871, married 11 Apr 1861 Eartham, Sussex, Mary Ann OLIVER, living 1871 and had Mary (Marian) baptised 23 Sep 1862 St John, Penge; Robert Olliver baptised 10 Mar 1864, died 4 Feb 1911 77 Elizabeth Street, Eaton Square, Middlesex of 2 Tikenhouse Buildings, London, Administration 20 Feb 1911 London to widow, Evelyn Geraldine; Clara Matilda baptised 11 May 1866; and Walter C.
   4.Sarah baptised 19 Aug 1810, died 26 Aug 1880 Guildford, Surrey (age 70) will proved 14 Dec 1880 married Joseph BILLING Master Printer age 63 in 1881, born Southwark and had Joseph H.; Sarah Elizabeth age 33 in 1881 born Woking, Surrey; Robert; and Samuel.
   5.Horton esquire, printer’s broker baptised 27 Jun 1813, living 1880, of Newark Lodge, Sydenham married 4 Apr 1846 Lewisham, Mary, daughter of Edward HALES Cornfactor and had, perhaps with "granddaughter" Sarah E. HARRILD 53 in 1894, and 55 in 1897 died 17 Jun 1900 married KEEPING; Horton baptised 16 May 1847 Lewisham St Mary [perhaps married 23 Apr 1872 Worthing St George, Sussex, Charlotte GROOMBRIDGE]; Robert Edward living 1875, baptised 18 Feb 1849; and Frederick baptised 19 Mar 1854 at St Bartholomew. Brian, grandson of Frederick, is the only member of any of these families to put his name in our Visitors’ Book, when he was shown round the parish by Doris PULLEN
   6.Henry baptised 19 May 1816 died Dec 1867.
   7.Elizabeth baptised 13 Dec 1818 St Martin Orgar or St Clement Eastcheap.
   8.Thomas HARRILD baptised 28 Apr 1822 St Margaret Moses, London died 6 Dec 1867 Shanklin Villa, Sydenham Park, buried 14 Dec (age 45), printer of Gillingham, Kent and of Shoe Lane, City of London, will proved 6 Jan 1868 married Ellen died 23 Aug 1911 Shanklin Villa, will proved 23 Sep 1911 to Sarah, wife of Robert Thomas BILLING.
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172. [86.] William HARRIS qv. Of St Thomas, Southwark, buried 19 August 1853.

173. [119.] Mr William HART died 28 Feb 1842 (age 66 [66th year]) rest sleeping dust, but not for ever here. For Jesus rose victorious o’er the grave. And when he shall again in clouds appear. Thou life, and immortality shall have. (Gentleman of Charles Street, will 22 Sep 1828, proved 2 Apr 1842 to wife Ann died 25 May 1864, son William gentleman of 9 Clarendon Street and a daughter Julia, wife of William Richard GRITTEN, Surveyor of Great Smith Street and 8 Parliament Street, Westminster.)

174. [20g.] (ashes) Jim HASWELL b 1914 d 1997.

175. J. HAWKINS see War Memorial. Perhaps James of Dulwich 1921?

176. Eric F.S. HAYTER see War Memorial. Francis Seaforth killed 21 Mar 1918 (age 25) 2nd Lieutenant 87th Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Born Queenscliff, Victoria, Australia, son of Colonel F.J. and Helen F. (Lagnicourt Hedge Cemetery, Pas de Calais)

177. Patric(k) Gordon HENDERSON see War Memorial. Died 2 May 1918, 2nd Lieutenant 2nd battalion, Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding) Regiment. (Loos memorial, Pas de Calais)

178. (Brass in hall) Also of the above named William Thomas HERBAGE who died in Buenos Aires on Sunday 20 Dec 1891. He giveth his beloved sleep. William HERBAGE Bank Manager of Rosenheim, Silverdale was born Islington the son of William HERBAGE, Architect who died 1846 Islington and Mary Ann STONER of Stamford Hill, Middlesex, married 4 Apr 1826 Stepney St Dunstan. She died 1886 (age 80). He married 1859 at Islington, Elizabeth Loader and died 1892 (age 60) and she died 1896 (age 62) of 10 Albin Place, Ramsgate, Kent having children, William Thomas, Elizabeth Mary age 9 in 1871, died 1879 (age 18), Alfred Henry, age 7 in 1871, died 1876 (age 12), Edith Kate age 15 in 1881, Percy George, solicitor age 24 in 1891, all born Islington (he married 1893 Edith Maud, born Malta and had Edith Marguerite 1894, Percy Frederick Walter 1895 and Muriel Irene 1901 born Lee, Kent), Sydney Frank stockbroker age 2 in 1871, of Surbiton born Ludgate Hill, baptised 17 Jan 1869 St Martin, Ludgate, Alice Maria age 8 in 1881 baptised 13 Oct 1872, and Walter Charles HERBAGE baptised 25 Oct 1874, married 1900 Brentford (the father of a musicologist). William Thomas, merchant, age 20 in 1881, born 1860 in Islington married 1882 Edmonton, Ann(i)e Maria WHITAKER, born Hoxton and apparently had Wilmet Helen A. age 15 in 1901, born Brixton and Edith Julia born 20 Oct baptised 16 Dec 1887 St John’ Cathedral, Buenos Aires, Argentina aged 13 in 1901.

179. (west entrance) Mappa Mundi, signed by John HEREFORD and Peter HAYNES, dean (from Hereford Cathedral) 240/2800 a limited edition print.

180. 20n. (ashes) Irene Mary HERON laid down to rest 1 Sep 1988 (age 83).

181. [33.] Florence Lucy fifth daughter of George and Caroline Louisa HEWITT, died Feb 1853 (aged 18 months). Buried 25 Feb. George was a hop and seed merchant of Kingston Villa, Promenade, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire, age 42 in 1851, born at Hornsey, Middlesex and married 1838 in London, Caroline Louisa EDWARDS age 36 in 1851, born London. They had children, Mary age 10 in 1851, baptised 10 Aug 1840 Bordesley, Warwickshire, Francis Henchman 28 Mar 1842, George, age 7 in 1851 baptised 18 Sep 1843 St George, Birmingham, Ann(i)e Louisa 20 Jul 1846, Emily Sarah, baptised 23 Apr 1848 Leamington All Saints, Clara 1 Apr 1850, Florence Lucy baptised 7 Nov 1851 and buried here 25 Feb, and Constance 24 Aug 1853..

182. Thomas Frederick HOLLIS see War Memorial. (Thomas) Frederick died of wounds received, 21 Mar 1918 (age 42), gunner 301st Siege Battery, RGA, gardener age 16 in 1891 born Witton, North Walsham, Norfolk son of Walter, shoemaker of Hoveton St Peter, Norfolk and Harriet, born Witton, and married 1904 in Lambeth, Emily Louise BAKER, of 9 Fransfield Grove, Sydenham. (Arras memorial, France)

183. Kenneth (Audsley) HORLOCK H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Died 25 Jun 1943 (age 23) Gunner 118 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery. Son of Alfred William and Annie Eliza of Sydenham. (Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand) Worked on Burma-Siam railway.

184. Gordon Mar Gregor [MacGregor] HUGHES see War Memorial. Died 8 Aug 1916 (age 21). 2nd Lieutenant, 9th Battalion (attached to 5th battalion), Royal Berkshire Regiment, son of Alfred MacGregor and the late Maria of 34 Newlands Park Road. (Thiepval memorial, Somme)

185. Brass. In affectionate remembrance of Joseph Walter HUNTER Vicar of this parish, who died suddenly August 1947 age 66 years.

186. Edwin Christopher HYTTEN see War Memorial. Killed 12 Nov 1916 (age 26), 2nd Lieutenant, 11th battalion, Hampshire Regiment, born Glasgow. Son of late Christian Olaf and Edith Emmeline of Fairlawn, Addington Grove, Sydenham. (Loker Churchyard, Heuvelland, West Flanders)

187. [86.] William JAMES qv. Of Penge, buried 18 Aug 1853.

188. [100.] –ai-es JAMES.

189. R(eginald) H(arry) JEFFREY see War Memorial. Killed 11 Apr 1917 (age 24), 2nd Lieutenant, 4th battalion (attached 1st battalion), Royal Warwickshire Regiment, age 8 in 1901 born Stoke Newington, son of Mrs Kate DAMPIER-CHILD of 41 Lanercrost Road, Tulse Hill. (Fampoux British Cemetery, Pas de Calais)

190. [55.] (hidden by the trees) Mr John JOHNSON late of Sydenham Hill.

191. Trevor Blake JOLLY see War Memorial. Died 20 Sep 1917 (age 23) 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd battalion attached 12 battalion, East Surrey Regiment. Age 7 in 1901, born Sydenham. Educated Marlborough School, wife Catherine Blake of 48 Fulham Road, South Kensington. Probably son of Sydney B. JOLLY Medical Practitioner, born in Bath. (Tyne Cot memorial, West Flanders)

192. A.G.E. JONES Civilian 2nd World War. Anne Georgina Elisa killed 15 Mar 1945 age 64, 75 Crystal Palace Park Road; nee MAYHEW age 21 in 1901, assistant teacher, born Harrington, Cumberland. Married 1905 Croydon, Edward Michael JONES.

193. E(dward) M(ichael) JONES Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Mar 1945 age 65, 75 Crystal Palace Park Road. Wife Anne Georgina Elisa. Born 1879 Tottenham, of Old Bell Cottage, Harpenden, son of Edward M. railway clerk of St Pancras, London and Mary A. milliner, born Notting Hill, Paddington.

194. John Myddelton JONES see War Memorial. Killed 1 Jul 1916 (age 25). 2nd Lieutenant, 17th battalion, Durham Light Infantry. Age 10 in 1901, born Clapton, son of Thomas Augustus and Marian. (Thiepval memorial, France)

195. Brass. In loving memory of Owen JONES architect d 19 Apr 1874 (age 65). Erected by his sisters, Catherine and Hannah JONES. Architect and Interior Designer born 15 Feb 1809 Thames Street, City of London and died 9 Argyle Place, Regent Street and was buried Kensal Green Cemetery, his will proved 27 May 1874 to widow, Isabella Lucy 54 in 1871, born St George, Middlesex. Educated at Charterhouse School, he was articled to architect Lewis VULLIAMY 1825 – 31, to whom was credited the design of St Bartholomew’s and went on a tour of the Middle East, in 1833. He is best known for the books, "Plans, Elevations, Sections and Details of the Alhambra", 1836 and "Grammer of Ornament" 1856, specialised as a colour printer, created 173 different playing card designs varying from fruit and flower themes to Chinese and Arabesque, and among other things decorated the novelist George ELIOT’s drawing room. He was Superintendent of works for the 1851 Great Exhibition and designed the Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Alhambra courts when it moved to Crystal Palace in 1854. As such he was part of the circle which would have included Brunel, John Scott RUSSELL, and other architects. The Royal Institute of British Architects has an Owen Jones studentship. He was only son of Owen JONES alias Owain MYFYR Fur Merchant, and Antiquary, born 3 Sep 1741 Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr, Denbighshire who took over the furriers Kidney & Nutt, based in Upper Thames Street and was buried All Hallows, Thames Street, will proved 1814.

196. [131.] table tomb. John Towgood KEMBLE, of Sydenham Hill, died 30 Dec 1860 (age 72). [Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord]. Secretary, City of London Club, 62 in 1851 born Clapham, Surrey buried 6 Jan 1861. He had a sister Mary.

197. [132.] relict of KEMBLE. Elizabeth … Common 36.

198. [75.] Mary KERIGAN [widow of] Thomas KERIGAN Esquire FRS master p--- who died. She died Penge buried 11 Jan 1854 (age 54), will 9 Dec 1853, proved 21 Jan 1854. He was Purser and Paymaster RN and died at Southsea, will proved 28 Oct 1848. He was author of "Kerigan’s Complete Mathematical & General Navigation Tables or the Master Key to the Nautical Almanach".

199. E(lizabeth) KIMPTON Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Mar 1945 age 69, 73 Crystal Palace Park Road widow of Ralph Howard and daughter of Thomas and Margaret DAVIES of 90 Pen-y-lan, Roath, Cardiff.

200. [20o.] (ashes) Norah Amelia KNIBBS b 20 May 1910 died 2 Jun 2001. God bless.

201. [59.] Felix seventh son of Mr William KNOWLER and Anne his wife of Canterbury, builder, who died at Sydenham 24 Oct 1848 age 22 years. My days are past, my purposes are broken. (Of a gentry family at Canterbury. Buried 31 Oct.)

202. V.C. KNOWLES Civilian 2nd World War. Victoria Christian, nurse killed 15 Sep 1940 age 53 at 19 Crystal Palace Park Road, daughter of Mr And Mrs D.C. KNOWLES of 20A Southesk Street, Brechin, Angus.

203. [72.] Jane Elizabeth LAMB, beloved wife of John –lis Mar (age 61). She was buried 22 Mar 1854 (age 61) and his death registered Dec quarter 1863.

204. [136.] Sally LANCE, 26 Dec 18[4]5 (age 64), also James LANCE, died 23 Feb 1836 [illegible, 2006] (age 81[61]), also Ann LANCE, last surviving sister. Sally buried 2 Jan 1846, and James gentleman, civil service clerk, born Sydenham, age 76 in 1851 buried 1 Mar (age 82), will 10 Dec 1853 proved 24 March 1856, and Ann LANCE 66 in 1851, born Sydenham, died Clapham, Surrey buried 9 May 1866 (age 81).

205. [92.] [The family grave of] James LAVELL. Elizabeth LAVELL [wife of the above d 21 Jul (age 32)]. Publican, father of Alfred age 21 in 1875, publican married here 16 Sep 1875 to Sarah, age 21 in 1875 daughter of William DAINTON; Clara age under 21 in 1876, married 20 Jul 1876 here, William GLASS Butcher age 33 in 1876, son of William, butcher; and Eugenie, age 18 in 1876 married 5 Sep 1876 to Augustus Cufaude accountant age 25 in 1876, son of William Henry PALMER, Gentleman.

206. [81.] Edward LAWES [Esq] Barrister-at-law, died May 22 1832 [1852](aged 35 years). Born Serjeants Inn, of Sydenham Hill, baptised 5 Mar 1817 at Holborn St Andrew buried 28 May 1852 (age 36), son of Edward Hobson Vitruvius LAWES Serjeant at Law and Jane Edwards. He married 1843 Lewisham, Caroline Sophia, born Blackheath Hill, daughter of John BOWEN Merchant and Eliza Stubbs, born Greenwich of 3 South Row, Blackheath. They had children, Edward Bowen, baptised here 9 Aug 1848 and Caroline age 11 months in 1851, baptised 22 May 1850 married 1879, to Duncan MACKENZIE Merchant widower, born Brighton, Sussex age 46 in 1879, son of Lieutenant William 3rd Light Dragoons, with children Ethel Maud A. age 5 in 1881, born Sydenham and William B. (aged 11 months in 1881) born Paddington..

207. [20aa.] (ashes) Leslie Charles LAWLER died 19 Aug 1981.

208. William (Henry) LAWRENCE see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 14 Sep 1914 (age 18). Rifleman 2nd battalion KRRC, age 5 in 1901 as "born Deptford", of Camberwell - born Peckham, Surrey, son of Walter Henry of 7 College Mansions, Sydenham Park Road. (La Ferte-sous-Jouarre memorial)

209. (Brass in hall) In Memory of Major Andrew LAWRIE 79th Highlanders who fell at Burgos 22 Sep 1812 (age 26) and of Margaret his widow who died at Sydenham 2 Jan 1878 (age 85). This tablet is placed by their only child A.J.C. LAWRIE and Eliza his wife. The Siege of Burgos 20 – 26 September, 1812 took place in Wellington’s Peninsular War, in northwestern Spain. Son of Andrew esquire of Robert Street, Adelphi, London and his wife Joan, and brother of John esquire, army agent age 50 in 1841, of Sydenham Place and Charles Street, St James Square, Middlesex who married Eliza. Margaret C. of Border Lode, Border Road, age 68 in 1861 born Scotland.

210. (Brass in hall) In loving memory of Andrew James Charles LAWRIE of Lawrie Park, Sydenham born 18 May 1812 died 29 Dec 1889. He was the only child of Major Andrew LAWRIE (79th Highlanders) who was killed at Burgos on 22 Sep 1812 and of Margaret his wife. This tablet is erected by his sorrowing widow Eliza LAWRIE. NOT LOST BUT GONE BEFORE. Also of Eliza LAWRIE, wife of the above, who died at Torquay [Devon] 5 January 1900. Andrew barrister age 29 in 1841, of Westwood House, Sydenham.

211. (on lytch gate. Verse.) In Loving Memory John G.W. LUNN 1926 – 2003. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him, should not perish, but have everlasting life. [from John chap 3 v 16].

212. [7.] Elizabeth West daughter of John West and Eleanor LYON of this place, died November 25[23] 1849, age 6 years and 8 months, also Frederick, son of the above 23 September 1850 age 5 years 6 months. John age 31 in 1841, saddler married 14 Jun 1834 Holy Trinity, Newington, Elliner WILLSON, age 30 in 1841 and had children, John William, age 6 in 1841 baptised 5 Jul 1835 Holy Trinity, Mary, age 3 in 1841, Eliza, age 6 months in 1841, Elizabeth baptised 21 Mar 1843 buried 30 Nov here, and Frederick baptised 27 Jul 1845 and buried 30 Sep here.

213. George MARCHANT see War Memorial. Died of wounds 5 Mar 1917 (age 33). Rifleman 21st battalion, KRRC. Age 17 in 1901, born Sydenham, son of Owen builder’s labourer age 57 in 1901, born Slaugham, Sussex and Sarah, age 48 in 1901, born Woodley, Berkshire, and husband of Minnie of 15 Halifax Street. (Boulogne Eastern Cemetery)

214. Charles J(ames) MARRIOTT see War Memorial. Killed 7 Oct 1916 (age 24). Private, "D" company, 15th battalion, London Regiment. Age 9 in 1901, born New Cross, of Deptford St Paul, son of William (perhaps general labourer?, born Bermondsey), and husband of Amy Gertrude, of 38 Venner Road, Sydenham. (Thiepval memorial)

215. [141.] Chest tomb next wall. George Wharton MARRIOTT Esq, barrister at law, second son of Rev Robert MARRIOTT of Cottesbatch in the county of Leicester, died at Sydenham 1 Mar 1833. George buried 7 Mar (age 55) of Bloomsbury, Middlesex will 12 Jun 1832 proved 18 May 1833, had wife Selina Anne and sons George Robert esquire, Rev Fitzherbert Adams MARRIOTT clerk, and Edmund Chase, baptised 10 Nov 1825 St Andrew, Rugby, Warwickshire.

216. Sidney George MARSHALL see War Memorial. Died 17 Sep 1918 (age 23). Trooper, Australian Light Horse (of Australian nationality), son of Henry and Emily of 301 Mount Ash Road. (Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel)

217. Stanley W(illiam) MARTIN Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 24 Sep 1940 age 45 at 39 Longton Grove. Age 5 in 1901? - born Enfield.

218. [14.] MAS

219. Charles (Henry) MAY see War Memorial. Died 31 Oct 1914 (age 22). Lance Sergeant "G" company, 2nd battalion, Highland Light Infantry, son of Henry Thomas and Mary Ann of 17 Panmure Road. (Hugle Dump Cemetery, Belgium)

220. [13.] Thomas MEWETT. Wheelwright age 76 in 1851 born Bexhill, died 1858 married 22 May 1837 Greenwich St Alphege, Kent, Penelope STEVENS age 71 in 1851 born Canterbury of Skeets Lane, died here 1854.

221. [15.] Frederick W. MILLER May 185-. Caroline MILLER Aug 1860. Rev Frederick William MILLER buried 14 May (age 63) by Rev Charles ENGLISH. Will 30 Mar proved 4 Jul 1853, had a widow, Anna Isabella.

222. H. MILLER see War Memorial. Horace Frederick?

223. [58.] (not legible 2006) Thomas MOORE. Thomas MOORE. Thomas MOORE buried 26 Jun 1851 (age 60). An Elizabeth MOORE died Penge, buried 15 Jan 1854 (age 70).

224. [96.] (hidden by a bush) Jane, wife of James MORGAN [of London] (not legible, 2006), died 25 Nov 1854 (age 33 years).

225. John William MORGAN see War Memorial. Died 18 Jan 1918 (age 31). Private 4th battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment b Clapton. Son of William and Elizabeth of 3 Kelvin Grove. (Thiepval memorial)

226. [22.] Major Robert MURRAY, late of H.M. 30th Regiment, who departed this life 22 Apr 1836 (age 56 years). Buried 28 Apr, formerly of Peckham, Surrey and previously of Hanover Place, Kent Road, Surrey. Will 10 Mar 1832 proved 13 May 1836 to widow Amelia Ann.

227. [102.] flat grave with flowers. Herbert Edwin NASH d 13 Jul (sic) 1852. Francis Edwin NASH died 30 Jun (sic) 1856. Edwin NASH Architect, who designed St Bartholomew’s chancel, completed in 1858, baptised 8 Jan 1813 Newington St Mary, Surrey, of Sydenham Park son of William Woodbridge, hop factor of Nags Head Yard, Southwark and Newington Place, and Elizabeth. He married 1849, Lewisham, Euphemia baptised 11 Jul 1823 St Giles, Camberwell, daughter of John BARRAUD Gentleman of Denmark Hill and Mary Ann and had children, Walter Hilton, born Sydenham age 9 months in 1851, Edwin Herbert, birth registered Jun quarter 1852, buried 18 Jun (age 1 month and 3 days), Edward baptised 23 Mar 1855, and Francis Edwin baptised 25 Jun 1856 here and buried 4 Feb 1857 (aged 8 months).

228. Cyril (Roland Montgomery) NEARY Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 17 Jun 1944 age 16, Ivorydown. Son of James Ernest Albert and Lilian May of 32 Panmure Road.

229. [97.] hidden by a bush. James NEWSON 18 Jun 1851. James NEWSOME was buried 5 Jul (age 43). Henry NEWSOM was buried 17 May 1858 (age 3 years 6 months).

230. [42.] N NEWTON.

231. Charles Edward NICHOLLS see War Memorial. Killed 7 Apr 1917 (age 29). Rifleman 18th battalion, London Irish Rifles, 1 of four brothers, age 12 in 1901, born Paddington son of Mr And Mrs Joshua NICHOLLS of 16 Fransfield Grove. Joshua, age 48 in 1901 general coachman, born Fordham, Cambridgeshire, married 1880 St Giles, Louisa MINETT age 23 in 1881, daughter of William, coffee house keeper of 35 Compton Street. (Ypres (Menin Gate) memorial)

232. [104.] Henry NIXON (illegible, 2006).

233. [4.] John NORMAN 1852. Of Wells Road, buried 8 Mar (age 62).

234. [28.] Ephr NORTH. Ephraim NORTH Farmer of Bell Green, age 74 in 1851, born Stockland, Devon. Married Anne and had children, John 16 Sep 1796 and Ephraham, 15 Jun 1800 baptised Yarcombe, Devon, and George 18 Jul 1802, Joseph 10 Aug 1804, Elizabeth born 8 Jan, baptised 16 Feb 1806, Rebecca born 20 Nov, baptised 14 Dec 1807, James born 31 Dec 1808 baptised 29 Jan 1809, Sarah born 31 Mar, baptised 19 Apr 1812, Mary 2 Jan 1814, and Harriett baptised 12 Apr 1818 at Dalwood, Devon.

235. [129.] (stands at end of 128) William NOSWORTHY Esq, died 1854, also his children Frederick James 1852 (age 2 years). Marian 1855. William, of 38 Mincing Lane buried 22 Jul (age 35). Will 18 Feb 1852, proved 18 Aug 1854, to widow Susan, and brother-in-law Frederick William BRIND of 14 Devonshire Street. Frederick James buried 15 January and Marian was buried 23 Apr (aged 3).

236. Charles (George) PALMER see War Memorial. Killed 28 Nov 1916 (age 22). Gunner 117th Brigade, RFA, age 6 in 1901 born Tottenham son of Mr and Mrs Thomas PALMER of 25 Fransfield Grove. (Karasouli Military Cemetery in Greece)

237. F.M. PARKER Civilian 2nd World War. Florence May, wife of Henry William ZINGES killed 19 Oct 1940 311 Liverpool Road, Islington age 54 with her husband, age 55 and daughter Florence May, age 18.

238. Percival Victor PEARCE see War Memorial. Died 3 Jul 1918 (age 21), Private 7th battalion Queens Own (Royal West Kent) Regiment and formerly of West Kent Yeomanry age 4 in 1901, born Hammersmith, London, son of Mr T.H. and Mrs E.A. of 116 Sydenham Road. Thomas Henry, licensed victualler of Molland, Devon, of Union Tavern, 2 Kings Cross Road, Clerkenwell St James, and Eleanor A. born Poplar. (Berlin South-Western Cemetery, Stahnsdorf)

239. [43.] Mrs Ann PEARSON 7 Jul… age….

240. G(ertrude) M(arguerite) PHILIPPS Civilian 2nd World War. PHILLIPS, killed 15 Mar 1945 age 23 along with the next, 73 Crystal Palace Park Road, wife of Richard Walter PHILLIPS, and daughter of Mr and Mrs W. SALE of 36 Skipton Road, Anfield, Liverpool.

241. R(ichard) W(alter) PHILIPPS Civilian 2nd World War. PHILLIPS, husband of Gertrude Marguerite. Killed (along with her) 15 Mar 1945 age 22 at 73 Crystal Palace Park Road. Son of Mr and Mrs W.J. PHILLIPS of 64 Gassiot Way, Sutton.

242. D(orothy) G(race) PHILP Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 15 Mar 1945 age 47, 73 Crystal Palace Park Road. Age 3 in 1901 born Seychelles, of St Clement, Haverfordwest, wife of Stuart Hatherley PHILP and daughter of Prebendary and Mrs G.E. WALTERS of 28 Dublin Crescent, Henleaze, Bristol. George E. born Haverfordwest married Ester G. age 28 in 1901, born Holloway, London.

243. John Andrew PIGGOTT see War Memorial. Died 6 Dec 1918 (age 33), Sapper RE (Postal Section), age 15 in 1901, born Penge, husband of Emma Frances of 35 Mosslea Road, Penge and son of (Andrew) Frederick gas works mains fitter age 56 in 1901, born Greenwich, Kent and his second wife, Mercy PEIRCE age 60 in 1901, born Faversham, where her marriage was registered Dec quarter, 1869. (Charleroi Communal Cemetery)

244. E.C.S. PILLOW Civilian 2nd World War. Edwin Cedric Stewart, killed 15 Mar 1945 age 16 at 73 Crystal Palace Park Road, son of the next.

245. M(arguerita) F(rances) PILLOW Civilian 2nd World War. Killed with her son 15 Mar 1945 at 73 Crystal Palace Park Road age 46, widow of William and daughter of Mrs C.E. THEOBALD of Burlinson, Bond Road, Poole, Dorset.

246. [84.] (adjacent to Crystal Palace memorial) George PLINCKE, died 14 Nov 1854 (age 6 years 9 months). Frederick PLINCKE age 35 in 1851, baptised 25 Dec 1815 St Ann Soho, of Ham Common, Ham St Andrew, Surrey was son of Heinrich (Henry) esquire of South Terrace, Brompton and Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire and Sarah, and married 15 Dec 1843, British Chaplaincy, St Petersburg, Russia, Sarah COLEMAN age 33 in 1851, born Walthamstow. They had children, Edward, age 6 in 1851, baptised there 29 Apr 1845, George, age 3 in 1851 baptised there 28 Mar 1848, buried here (as PLINCKE) 16 Nov, William, age 8 months in 1851, born Ham, Surrey, and Emma age 17 in 1871, of 1 Addison Terrace, St Barnabas, Kensington baptised here 22 Jun 1853. The firm of NICHOLLS & PLINCKE (the Magasin anglais).were silversmiths to the Tsars, notably at the marriage of Tsar NICHOLAS I’s daughter Alexandra in 1844.

247. [106.] (hidden)(chest tomb with a number of crosses at end shaped as swords) Harriet, widow of Captain Robert PRICE Bengal N.I. died 11 May 1880 (age 76), also Charlotte Savery, wife of Ralph PRICE Esquire, died 1st Apr 1850 (in 69th year). Also, Ralph PRICE Esq died 31 [3rd] Apr 1860 (age 84). See "Burke’s Peerage". Ralph b 8 Feb 1780 Chatham Place, buried 10 Apr, general merchant of William Street, London, son of Sir Charles, 1st baronet, (MP and Lord Mayor of London) married 3 Sep 1805 Hempstead, Gloucestershire, Charlotte Savery, buried 8 Apr (age 69), daughter of Lt Col Thomas Cartert HARDY Colonel Commandant, York Fusiliers (qv) of John Street, Berkeley Square, Middlesex. Captain Robert 67th regt born Sydenham, 13 Jul 1813 killed in action 5 Feb 1853 Donabue, near Rangoon married secondly, here 16 May 1850, his 1st cousin Harriet, daughter of Sir Charles PRICE 2nd Baronet.

248. [135.] Chest tomb behind railings. (At end) (overgrown) Richard Preston PRICHARD, the younger, who died 15 Apr 1869[1859], and his widow Marianne. Baptised 18 Jun 1807 St Lawrence Jewry or St Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, City of London, age 40 in 1851 of 20 Albert Road, buried 23 Apr, son of Richard Preston (buried 15 Nov 1836 (age 71)) and Selina TAYLOR (died Paddington, buried here 30 Mar 1857 (age 77). Marianne 28 in 1851 and 38 in 1861, a "shareholder" born London later of 1 Compton Villa, Seaside Road, Eastbourne died Finchley, buried 11 Jun 1884 (age 61), with issue. Emily Crosse PRICHARD of Botesdale, West Suffolk was buried 13 Oct 1854 (age 38).

249. [11.] Illen RAYNE. [Mr] Thomas RAYNE… aged 18 years.

250. [86.] Henry READING qv. Of St Thomas, Southwark buried 19 Aug 1853.

251. To the glory of God and in memory of Henry Syme REDPATH (north wall, west entrance) To the Glory of God and in memory of Henry Syme REDPATH for fifteen years Peoples Warden of this Church. The West Window of the Tower was enriched with stained glass to commemorate this devotion to the affairs of the Church. His attachment to its services at which he was a daily worshipper and his Kindness to persons of all classes. He died 28 Dec 1886 (age 67). "My father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly." Solicitor born Greenwich, baptised 31 March 1833 Woolwich St Mary Magdalen, son of James and Eleanor. He died 35 Kirkdale, of 23 Bush Lane, City of London, will proved 22 Feb 1887 to widow Harriett ADENEY, married 1847 Kings Norton, Worcestershire, near Birmingham, having children Henry Adeney born 19 Jun baptised 16 Aug 1848, William Syme REDPATH baptised 8 Jan 1851, Jessie Jane age 29 in 1881, baptised 13 Oct 1852, and Mary E., 27 in 1881 all born Sydenham. Henry Adeney REDPATH DLitt, MA Rector of Holwell, Dorset and of St Dunstan in the East from 1898 of 10 Idol Lane, London EC died 24 Sep 1908, editor of "the Concordance of the Septuagint with Hebrew equivalents" and of Modern Criticism of the Book of Genesis having married 1886 Catherine Helen, died 1898 daughter of Henry Peter AUBER, with issue.

252. [115. Sacred. To the memory of Mrs Sally RHODES, wife of Mr. John RHODES, late of this parish and daughter of William and [&] Esther WOOD late of St John(s) Street, Kingston upon Hull, who died 22 Oct 1886 [recte 1836] (aged 45 years), all you that come my grave to see, as I am now so you must be, prepare in time make no delay, in a few short days I was snatched away also of the above Mr. John RHODES who died 8th Mar 1849 (aged 69 years). Sally buried 29 Oct 1836 and John, of North Greenwich, buried 15 Mar 1849.

253. [130.] table tomb Mark William RIDGWAY. Anne, wife of Mark William RIDGWAY, died 1846. Ann RIDGWAY 2[7] Nov 186-. (not legible, 2006) Edmund SINCLAIR 8 Jan 185- (age 8-). (not legible, 2006) Mary Ann second wife of Mark William RIDGWAY, died 17 Jun 1868 (age 60). [Also in affectionate remembrance of] Mark William RIDGWAY, died 20 Jan 1877 (age 71). Mark, and Ann, born Thornborough, Buckinghamshire. He in 1851 Licensed Victualler of the Greyhound Inn, in 1861 wine merchant of Lime Tree Cottage, in Lower Sydenham, his will proved 19 Feb 1877. Anne buried 22 May 1840 (age 46), Ann buried 5 Dec 1854 (age 85), Mary Ann buried 23 Jun (age 68), and Mark William, buried 26 Jan. Edmund SINCLAIR, age 69 in 1841 with [his wife] Eliza, 62 in 1841, of Bell Green, Sydenham.

254. [133.] Jane RIMINGTON 1869 (age 61). Grave not noticed, 2006. Must refer to Jane RIVINGTON died 2 Feb, buried 10 Feb 1860 (age 65), will proved 2 Mar 1860, sister of Elizabeth RIVINGTON buried 22 Nov 1856 (age 74), will 30 Dec 1852, proved 13 Mar 1857. The RIVINGTONs were a family of publishers. Jane’s father Francis RIVINGTON, Bookseller of St Paul’s Churchyard died 18 Oct 1822 Islington, will 5 May 1820 proved 14 Jul 1823, son of John RIVINGTON Bookseller of St Paul’s Churchyard and Elizabeth Miller, sister of Sir Francis GOSLING Lord mayor of London. Francis married Margaret ELLILL, baptised 16 Oct 1754 St Mary Abchurch, died 1828, daughter of John merchant of Cannon Street and Pendleton, Lancashire and Jane was baptised 15 Jan 1796 at St Faith under St Paul, London. Her sister Margaret married 1803 Austin Friars, Thomas ROBINSON Esquire, Mayor of Oxford of Yarnton, Oxfordshire. Jane’s nephew John RIVINGTON Esquire of Sydenham lived 1812 – 86, had a daughter, Amy, living 1845, and the firm was sold in 1890.

255. [44 ] (propped up against 45). In memoriam W.R. 1849 G.R. 1834.

256. Ernest Allen ROBERTS see War Memorial. Died 27 Nov 1917, Private 2nd/6th battalion, South Staffordshire Regiment (labour corps), transferred to 68th Area Employment Company. Born Pentre, Denbighshire, registered 1876 Ruthin married Mabel A. of 3 Panmure Road. (Les Baraques Military Cemetery, Sangatte)

257. [45.] William ROBERTS Esquire of Sydenham, Kent, formerly surgeon of [H.M. 1st] Royal Regiment, youngest son of [the late] Edward Drayton ROBERTS. Also George. William’s will 11 Feb 1835, proved 21 Dec 1849 by wife Priscilla, children, George, baptised 4 Feb 1821 Bromley buried 1 Mar 1834 St Bartholomew (age 13), Henry Charles baptised 18 Aug 1822, Julia 28 Dec 1823 and Thomas Gibson 21 Sep 1828 all at Lewisham St Mary. Edward surgeon of Chancery Lane, Middlesex, will 7 Sep 1775 proved 17 Mar 1780 married Margaret BARNES, with issue Edward William baptised 14 Dec 1774, George 24 Mar 1777 and William 25 Jan 1779 all at Holborn St Andrew.

258. [64.] George ROCK. Mary Ann Feb 1851. George, carpenter, 45 in 1841, 55 in 1851 buried 2 Sep 1857 (aged 61), son of William blacksmith of Chelsfield, Kent. Mary ROCKE his wife, 45 in 1841, buried 26 Feb 1846 (age 54).

259. [60.] Catherine Martha ROGERS, died 27 Mar 1833 (age 65 [63 years]). James Anthony ROGERS, brother of the above, died 24 Aug 1840 (age 58), also Mrs Mary ROGERS, wife of J.A. ROGERS, died 31 May 1844 (age 58), also Thomas Goodwin ROGERS, youngest son of the above James and Mary ROGERS, who died 14th day of Aug 1844 (age 20). Catherine buried 3 Apr, James 29 Aug, Mary 6 Jun and Thomas Goodwin ROGERS was buried 22 Aug 1844. James Anthony and Mary had children James Anthony 12 May 1809, a draper’s outfitter of Watford in 1851, Caroline Harriet 20 Aug 1812, Harry Grooby 19 Apr 1814 and Charles John baptised 13 Jan 1816 all at Lewisham St Mary, Eliza Martha 10 Nov 1820 St Mary, Newington, and Thomas Goodwin baptised 13 Mar 1825 St Mary, Newington and St Peter, Walworth.

260. [148.] Lavinia ROGERS, died 3 Jul 1855 (age 45 years) "…long time bore…". She died Forest Hill and was buried 9 Jul.

261. [20h.] (ashes) Dipling Edward RUFF b 19 Feb 1902 died 30 Apr 1985.

262. [79.] (large, square grave (broken)) Norman SCOTT RUSSELL, born 7 Jun 1839 died 23 Apr 1929 at Rapallo, Italy. Louise SCOTT RUSSELL 1878 and her brother 1852. Norman, naval architect, 21 in 1861 and Louisa, 20 in 1861 both born Scotland were children of John SCOTT RUSSELL, Naval Architect and Civil Engineer born 9 May 1808 Parkhead, near Glasgow and died 8 Jun 1882 Ventnor, Isle of Wight, and Henrietta, 52 in 1861, born in Ireland of West Wood Lodge (at the corner of Crystal Palace Park Road and Westwood Hill), in Beckenham. (Louise, buried 12 March, (age 37) had an affair with the composer Sir Arthur SULLIVAN.) John, FRS, while conducting experiments to determine the most efficient design for canal boats, discovered the wave of translation or "soliton" wave, and had built a 30 foot wave tank in his garden. He revolutionised nineteenth century naval architecture, made one of the first experimental observations of the Doppler shift, he helped design (with Brunel) and built the ship the "Great Eastern", and founded the Institute of Naval Architects. His children Osborne buried 16 Apr 1852 (age 14); Alice Mary, age 22 in 1869 married 30 Sep 1869 here, Francois Arshur RAUSCH Esquire, age 28 in 1869 son of Jean Henri, esquire; and Mary Rachel, aged 26 in 1872, previously mistress of the said Arthur SULLIVAN, married 29 Oct 1872 William Henn HOLMES Bengal Civil Servant, age 25 in 1872.

263. H.L. SACH see War Memorial. Herbert Edward, killed 22 Aug 1918. Private 1/24th London battalion, Queens (Royal West Surrey) Regiment, of South Norwood. Born Brighton, age 14 in 1901. (Vis-en-Artois memorial, Pas de Calais, France)

264. Eric (William) SAICH H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Died 2 Oct 1941 (age 29). Lance Sergeant, 11th battalion East Surrey Regiment. Husband of Winifred Mary, and son of Ernest Walter and Maud. (Syston Cemetery, Leicestershire)

265. Sydney George SAMWAYS see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 27 Oct 1917 (age 31). Private, 1st battalion Queens Own (Royal West Kent) Regiment, age 16 in 1901, builder’s apprentice, born Sydenham son of George, gardener age 54 in 1901, born Symondsbury and his wife, married 1882 Marylebone, Ann(ie) LYNAM. (Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery)

266. [61.] Emilie Hunter, the beloved child of John and Esther SATTERTHWAITE of London, who died in this place, 28 Sep 1832 (age 3 years 9 months). John, wine merchant age 40 in 1841 of Cullum Street, St Dionis, Backchurch, London married 26 Sep 1825 Chester, Holy Trinity, Esther HUNTER, aged 35 in 1841. They had children, Julie HUNTER baptised 28 Feb 1827 Kennington St Mark, Emily Hunter baptised 28 Jan 1829 St Giles, Camberwell buried here 2 Oct, Victorine Maria 21 Jun 1831, William Henry Lawrence 15 Nov 1832 and Edward Hunter baptise 16 May 1834, all at St Nicholas Acon, City of London.

267. M.W.N. SAWTELL Civilian 2nd World War. Margaret Wilson Mann killed 15 Sep 1940 age 90, 19 Crystal Palace Park Road. Widow of Captain J. SAWTELL and daughter of Captain Alexander and Margaret Wilson MANN. She was age 40 in 1891 and 48 in 1901, born Scotland of Hopecott, Barforth Road, Camberwell St Antholin and had children, Maggie 15 in 1891, Sarah Elizabeth Talbot age 13 in 1891 and John Alexander age 10 in 1891 all born in Scotland.

268. [73.] (headstone) Sacred to the memory of Harriet SCALES d 24 Dec 1854 (age 4 years). Edward SCALES, brickmaker and railway contractor age 42 in 1851 and 50 in 1861 born Crayford, Kent, married Frances age 33 in 1851, 40 in 1861, born Frindsbury, Strood, Kent and had, with other issue, Harriet born 1850 Rivenhall, in 1854 of Mistley, Essex, buried 29 Dec ("Lambeth" deleted).

269. Herbert SCULL see War Memorial. Herbert Hilton killed 10 Sep 1916. Rifleman, 5th (City of London) battalion, (London Rifle Brigade) London Regiment. Born Camberwell, of East Dulwich. (Thiepval memorial)

270. William Vaughan SCULTHORPE see War Memorial. Died 8 Jun 1917. 2nd Lieutenant 1st/22nd battalion, London Regiment, age 9 in 1901 of Uppingham, Rutland, born Leicester son of Mr W. of West Leigh, 3 Ashleigh Road, Leicester. (Woods Cemetery)

271. Frederick William SEADEN see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 12 Nov 1917 (age 34). Sergeant, Army Service Corps (Mechanized Transport) attached 54th Siege Battery ammunition column. Born in West Ham, son of George and Clara. Married to Florence Elizabeth of 3 Mount Villas, Sydenham Hill Road. (St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen)

272. (On house next to Church) St David’s. (blue plaque) L.C.C. [London County Council] Sir Ernest SHACKLETON (1874 – 1922) Antarctic Explorer Lived here.

273. (Major Sir Ernest Henry SHACKLETON born 15 Feb 1874 Kilkee, County Kildare of 14 Milnthorpe Road, Eastbourne, Sussex died on board the steam yacht Quest at Grytviken, South Georgia, in the Atlantic Ocean, will proved 12 May 1922, son of Henry SHACKLETON MD and Henrietta Letitia Sophia, daughter of Henry John GAVAN. Henry, age 54 in 1901 and Henrietta, 45 in 1891 and 55 in 1901 had other issue, Amy V., 25 in 1901, Frank, 14 in 1891, died 1941 Chichester alias "MELLORS", Ethel R. 22 in 1901, Eleanor H. 21, Clara L., 20, Helen, 8 in 1891 and 19 in 1901, Kathleen, 17, Gladys M. 14 born Sydenham. He married 9 Apr 1904 Emily Mary daughter of Charles DORMAN of Wadhust, Sussex. His more interesting brother Francis L. (Frank), Dublin Herald, was accused in the will of Sir Arthur VICARS, Ulster King of Arms, of stealing the Irish "crown jewels" (the star and badge of the Order of St Patrick, presented to the order in 1831 by King William IV and believed to have been made from diamonds belonging to Queen Charlotte) in 1907 from the heralds’ office in Dublin Castle which was the subject of a Viceregal commission of enquiry in 1908, and was made the subject of one of the "Secret Cases of Sherlock Holmes", 1998. It became a nationalist cause celebre and various protagonists met unfortunate ends: Shackleton was convicted of fraud in 1913 and changed his name living locally. Captain Richard H. GORGES killed a policeman in 1915 and was convicted of manslaughter. Francis Bennett GOLDING died in a motoring accident in France in 1918, and many stolen items, eg from Canterbury Cathedral, were found in his property. Sir Arthur VICARS was shot by a local IRA unit 14 Apr 1921, and his successor at the College of Arms was chiefly known for his creation of an elaborate dolls’ house called "Titania’s Palace". Suffice to say that Irish wills were burnt in 1922.)

274. Arabella SHEARD Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 14 Jan 1945 12 Panmure Road. Wife of Wilfred Herbert.

275. Beryl SHEARD Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 14 Jan 1945 age 5, 12 Panmure Road, daughter of Ernest Francis of 98 Bartley Road, and Eileen Alice.

276. Eileen SHEARD Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 14 Jan 1945 age 29, 12 Panmure Road, wife of Ernest Francis of 98 Bartley Road.

277. Mildred (Isabel) SHEARD Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 14 Jan 1945 age 39, 12 Panmure Road, daughter of Wilfred Herbert and Arabella. (qv)

278. Plaque (west entrance, north wall) . To the Glory of God and to the memory of Henry SHINER who was verger of this church for nearly 40 years and died within this sacred building on all saints eve 1917 (age 73 years) "faithful unto death". Henry SHINER Butler, Bootmaker, and finally verger age 46 in 1891 of Dee Villa, 34 Wells Road and 125 Castle Street, Salisbury St Edmund, Wiltshire was born in Abbotsbury, Dorset, son of Henry SHINER Carpenter of Gravel Hill, Chilbolton, Hampshire, born Powerstock and Mary of Litton Cheney, Dorset, and married 5 Jul 1867 St Edmund, Salisbury, Harriett BOLWELL, age 43 in 1891 born Salisbury. Their children were Walter Horace bankers clerk, age 2 in 1871 and Julia Mary, aged 17 in 1891, both born Salisbury.

278. Organ (brass). In memory of Frederick George SHINN Mus Doc FRCO FRCM Hon RAM and for many years Honorary Secretary of the Royal College of Organists. Organist at this church 1893 – 1950. died 8 Oct 1950 aged 82 years. "In arduis fidelis". Born 1867, of 21 Lawrie Park Avenue, SE26. Treasurer, Incorporated Society of Musicians and President of the RCO 1944–46. Son of George SHINN Professor of Music, born Clerkenwell, and Ann Margaret WARD, born Wapping, married 1865, registered Poplar, who lived at 340 Holloway Road, Islington.

279. John George SIMPSON see War Memorial. Died 9 Oct 1917 (age 40), 19th battalion, Australian Infantry (AIF), born Sydenham. Husband of Isabelle Jane of Ypres Cottage, Jamison Town, New South Wales and son of John and Caroline. (Passchendaele New British Cemetery)

280. [20ab.] (ashes) William SKEHENS loving husband and father, who fell asleep 29 Jun 2002 (age 81 years).

281. [20x.] (ashes) Baby SMALLMAN 20.3.1990.

282. [32.] Mrs Deborah SMITH, who departed this life 31 May 1842 (age 78). Aged 75 in 1841, buried 4 Jun (see also YOUNG).

283. Edwin Ernest SMITH see War Memorial. Killed 7 Jun 1917 (age 25). Rifleman, 21st (County of London) battalion (1st Surrey Rifles), London Regiment, born Dulwich son of Edwin James and Mary Jane of 4 Kelvin Grove. (Ypres (Menin Gate) memorial)
Frank Loui(e)s SMITH see War Memorial. Died 10 Dec 1915 (age 21). Able Seaman RNVR, son of Mr M. and Mrs of 4 Kelvin Grove. (Alexandria (Chatby) Military & War Memorial Cemetery (Egypt))

284. [86.] George Rolph SMITH qv. Or William, known to his friends as George, of Penge buried 18 Aug 1853 (age 37).

285. [123.] large chest tomb. behind railings next to church entrance (overgrown, 2006). With coat of Arms. Sarah, wife of Asketh [Haskett] SMITH Esq, died Jun 1850 (age) also Asketh [Haskett] SMITH Esq, who departed this life 25 Feb 1840, age 90 years, also Thomas SMITH, late 14th Light Dragoons, eldest son of the above, born 13 Mar 1789, died 27 Aug 1858 [1838]. Haskett was the son of Thomas SMITH Druggist and Apothecary, Mayor of Salisbury 1745, will 4 Jan proved 15 Feb 1771 (who had a brother Edmund) and his second wife, Grace Gulliver, sister of Thomas DIBBEN of Handley, Dorset. Grace had married Thomas HASKETT Esquire of Alton Pancras near Cerne in Dorset and their daughter Mary baptised 1736 Alton Pancras married 1758 Salisbury Cathedral, William PARRY Esquire, cousin of Walter HODGES DD, Provost of Oriel College, Oxford.
Thomas and Grace had children, Nanny, Thomas Watley, druggist and apothecary, Alice wife of Edward HOLDAWAY, Peggy, wife of Alexander FORSYTHE of Salisbury St Edmund, who had a daughter Mary Magdalen ALLEN, Samuel clerk and Haskett SMITH. Samuel had a son Samuel SMITH Esquire of 7 North Terrace, Camberwell will 13 Oct 1848 proved 26 Dec 1849 who had sons Rev Samuel SMITH living 1849 and Haskett esquire who married Catherine both living in 1849. Haskett SMITH esquire of Bedford Square and 9 America Square, acquired the lease of Newlands in 1790 and married 17 Apr 1784 All Hallows Staining, London, Sarah who died age 76, (daughter of William MORETON Esquire of the Custom House, London and Sarah of Walworth, Surrey, and whose sister Ann MORETON had married Thomas BETTESWORTH, Merchant and slave-owner of Mark Lane, City of London), and had issue: Sarah, baptised 2 Feb 1785 St Botolph without Aldgate, buried here 24 Jul 1866 (age 81); Mary Ann baptised there Feb 1786, died Muiresk House, Tarriff, Scotland, buried 24 Jul 1872 here (age 86)(who married 7 Nov 1807 All Hallows the Less, City of London, Paul MALIN Esquire died New Shoreham, Sussex, buried here 4 Aug 1845 (age 70) with issue (see CHILTON, qv)); Maria 8 Jan 1788; Thomas 17 Apr 1789; and William 4 Nov 1780. Thomas married Elizabeth and had Haskett baptised 5 Nov 1813 St Nicholas, Brighton who married 1 Oct 1853 Epsom, Surrey, Ann BRITTEN who died 1895 (age 83) registered Cranbrook, Kent, and was father of Walter Parry Haskett SMITH, age 74 in 1936, the founder of the British sport of rock-climbing, who died 11 Mar 1946, of Francis St Barbe Haskett, baptised 16 Apr 1861 South Bersted, and of Edmund Lyons Wellesley Haskett, baptised there 18 Sep 1862. The St Barbe name came from a relative of the second wife of Haskett’s brother Samuel, and an Ursula ST BARBE had married the Elizabethan, Sir Francis WALSINGHAM William esquire of Newlands died 5 Aug 1876 at 20 Hyde Park Terrace, will proved 19 Sep 1876 having married age 79 in 1870, Victoria Petronila del Saz CABALLERO, a Spaniard who moved to Newlands Park with all her relatives and installed as head of the household a priest who would say mass in an outbuilding, and moved to Roehampton in 1872. Venner Road runs through this site.

286. [30.] Henry Francis the beloved son of Henry and Mary SMITH. Henry, age 8 in 1851 b Stoke Newington buried 1 May 1854 (age 13) was son of Henry, stockbroker of 24 Change Alley, Cornhill and Prospect Cottage, Forest Hill age 33 in 1851, born Stoke Newington will 23 Jan proved 24 Apr 1856 and Mary age 32 in 1851 born Stoke Newington, of 43 Devonshire Place, Brighton. Henry had a sister Frances, aged 38 in 1861 and children, Mary Harriett age 10 in 1851, born Stoke Newington, George Burnand age 9 in 1861, born in Sydenham and Elizabeth Frances.

287. [51.] In memoriam. [In a vault beneath the vestry of this church rest the remains of] Ann SMYTHE, mother of Robert Thomas Vines SMYTHE, died 18 Sep 1837 (age 62), also Eliza SMYTHE, aunt of R.T.V. SMYTHE, obit 20 Sep 1858 (age 70 [79]). Also Robert Thomas Vines SMYTHE, obit August 12 [4th] 1868 (age 73). Emily Elizabeth SMYTHE, daughter of Robert T.V. SMYTHE, obit 25 Jan 1858 (age 28), and Mary Ann SMYTHE, wife of the above R.T.V. SMYTHE obit 18 Nov 1863 (age 60). Ada Grace RICHARDSON, daughter of R.T.V. SMYTHE, and wife of James RICHARDSON, obit 5 Mar 1880 (age 33).
   Ann of Camberwell, Surrey and later 4 Stafford Place, North Brixton, died Edenbridge, Kent and was buried 26 Sep. Eliza died Dencross and was buried 29 Sep (age 78). Robert esquire, coal merchant of Rose Cottage, Seven Sisters Road, Holloway age 56 in 1851, died Pera Lodge, Loughborough Road, Brixton and was buried 7 Aug having married Mary Ann age 47 in 1851, of 43 Hutchinson Place, St Mary, Gravesend, Kent with issue, Emily Eliza(beth) age 21 in 1851, baptised 17 Oct 1830 Newington St Mary, buried 2 Feb (age 29); Alice age 17 in 1851 born Newington; Walter age 14 in 1851, born Camberwell; Ada Grace age 6 in 1851 born there, died Richmond buried 11 Mar (age "34"); Flemming, age 2 in 1851 born Camberwell; and Arthur Sidney, clerk in the National Bank, of 9 Charing Cross, Westminster.

288. [54.] (hidden by trees) Mrs Ann SMYTHE, mother of the above Robert SMYTHE, obit 18 Sep 1837 (age 62), also Emily Elizabeth daughter of Robert SMYTHE, obit 25 Jan 1858 (age 79), also Eliza SMYTHE, aunt of the above Robert SMYTHE, obit 10 Sep 1858 (age 79), also Mary Ann, wife of Robert T.V. SMYTHE, obit 18 Nov 18—(age 60). Tombstone by PLUMLEY of Sydenham. Ann was buried on 26 Sep.

289. [101.] overgrown (with ivy). Elizabeth Jane SNELLING of Bermondsey, late of Penge [, Surrey]. William SNELLING, husband of the above, died 20 Oct 1856 (age 44). William, son of the above, died 15 Dec 1844 (age 15 months). Alfred, son died 25 Jun 1852 (age 5 weeks). John, son died 29 Apr 1855 (age 9 years 8 months). William age 39 in 1851, Clothier and Outfitter born St Giles, Bloomsbury died Penge, buried 27 Oct here, married Elizabeth Sarah, age 34 in 1851 born Wapping and lived at 1 Dockhead, Bermondsey St Mary Magdalen with children John age 5, died Penge, buried 8 May (aged 9 years "9" months), Elizabeth 4, Harriet, 2, William and Thomas both age 7 months. Alfred died at Penge and was buried 2 Jul.

290. [139.] [Here lieth the body of] Henry Petit Leigh SOTHEBY born 15 May 1846, died 24 Oct 1846 [of the same year]. Baptised 10 Jul and buried 31 Oct (age 5 months), and his sister Rosa Mary b Forest Hill was baptised here 24 Sep 1847, died Wells 1895 (age 47). Their siblings were Alice Maria 6 in 1851 born Chelsea of Buckfast Abbey, Buckfastleigh, Devon, died 1915 and (Frederic) Wilkinson Pettit SOTHEBY born Norwood, age 1 in 1851 and died 1898. Their father, Samuel Leigh SOTHEBY gentleman 1805-61 was the last of that family to be an auctioneer of literary property, he was born Hampstead and drowned while fishing in the River Dart and married 1843 Chelsea, Julia Emma age 70 in 1891, baptised 20 Aug 1820 Northfleet, Kent died 1898 Hastings (age 77) granddaughter of Thomas PITCHER who founded Northfleet dockyard.

291. Arthur W(illiam) STEVENS H.M. Forces 2nd World War. Died 13 Jun 1943 (age 21), sergeant RAF Volunteer Reserve, son of Frederick Arthur and Eva Blanche, and married to Irene Lilian of Sydenham. (Weersels (Rossum) Roman Catholic Cemetery (Netherlands))

292. Herbert Samuel STEVENS see War Memorial. Died 12 Nov 1916 (age 30). Private, 22nd (County of London) battalion (The Queen’s) London Regiment, husband of Kate May and son of Samuel and Sarah Elizabeth of 76 Wells Road. (Carnoy Military Cemetery, France)

293. Lectern. In memory of Emmie STEVENSON 1904 – 1994.

294. [20q.] (ashes) Alice STEWART b 14 Aug 1921 d 23 Jan 1989.

295. [20r.] (ashes) Charles Alexander Woolgar STEWART b 1916 d 2002.

296. [20c.] (ashes) In memory of a wonderful Dad, Jack STONE b 25 Jul 1913 d 13 May 2005.

297. Plaque (west end, near entrance) To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Oliver John STONE BSc London 2nd Lieut. Royal Field Artillery, youngest son of Edward Mulready and Alice Maria STONE of Cumnor, Sydenham, who died in France on the 22nd Sep 1916 (30th year) of wounds received in action the previous day. He was a member of the choir of this church. "For I am persuaded that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord." Romans VIII 38-39. Territorial force. Administration 11 Nov £1494 19s (Gezaincourt Communal Cemetery Extension, France) Edward Mulready STONE, Merchant age 27 in 1872 of Cumnor, the Drive born Kensington (son of John Jefferies, gentleman) married here 8 Aug 1872 Alice Maria age 30 in 1881 b London daughter of William BROWNING and had Claude Edward, 7 in 1881 baptised 27 Aug 1873 St Bartholomew, Gerald W., 5 in 1881, Muriel F. 3 in 1881 and Harold M., 2 in 1881 all born Sydenham.

298. Orlando Napier STRUTT see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 17 Jun 1917. Rifleman 20th battalion KRRC. Born Sydenham. (Arras memorial)

299. Maud (Fanny) SWEETING Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 14 Jan 1945 age 72 at 10 Panmure Road. Daughter of Alfred.

300. Plaque. In loving memory of Alfred SYRETT JP late of Oaklands, Sydenham sometime churchwarden of St Stephens church, Coleman Street, [London] EC and for many years a worshipper in this church, who departed this life on the 19 Mar 1924 (in his 74th year). "Because I live ye shall live also." Solicitor, born Hoxton 30 in 1881 at 159 Victoria Park Road, Hackney and of 115 Moorgate, died Horner Grange, West Hill, Sydenham will proved 25 Apr to wife Florence, 26 in 1881 b South Hackney. Children Clarence Goullee solicitor, age 5 in 1881 born Stoke Newington, London; Reginald Moody 2 in 1881, born South Hackney; and Herbert Sutton, solicitor, Syrett & Sons, CBE 1919 LlB CC, and DL for City of London, of 2 John Street, Bedford Row who married 1910 Rosina Alice, daughter of John JENKINS, who died 16 Feb 1943 the London Clinic, Devonshire Place, W1 and had two sons, the younger of whom killed in France 1944.

301. Alfred Montague SYRETT see War Memorial.

302. Plaque (west wall). Nec Aspera Terret, emblem of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. To the Glory of God and in proud and loving memory of Alfred Montague SYRETT 2nd Lieutenant 1st Batt. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Youngest son of Alfred and Florence SYRETT of Oaklands, Sydenham who was killed in action whilst leading his men in an attack at Bullecourt, France on 4th May 1917 (age 29 years), beloved by all who knew him. "If our time be come, let us die manfully for our brethren, and let us not stain our honour" 1 Maccabees IX 10. (Arras memorial) Administration 27 Sep.

303. [5.] A.W.T. 1845.

304. J(essie) C(onstance) TATE Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 1 Aug 1944 age 60, 50 Park Court, Lawrie Park Road. Daughter of the late Thomas Fleetwood and Elizabeth.

305. Edgar (Morrell) THEOBALD see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 20 Jul 1915. Private 15th battalion, London Regiment (Prince of Wales’s Own Civil Service Rifles). Son of Mrs C. of 4 Park Mansions, Sydenham Park. (Bulley-Grenay Communal Cemetery, French extension)

306.Harold John TOMKINS see War Memorial. Killed 9 May 1916 (age 21), Gunner "A" battery, 77th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, son of Joseph Edmund and Annie, of 2 Fransfield Grove, Upper Sydenham. (Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe, Pas de Calais)

307. [86.] George TOPILAM [TOPHAM] qv. Or TOPPING of Penge, buried 18 Aug 1853.

308. [20i.] (ashes) In loving memory of Robert TOWNSEND b 27 Apr 1914 died 7 Dec 1998.

309. [112.] short grave, near ground Elizabeth TREHEARN, died 14 Sep 1835 (age 50), also Susan TREHEARN sister of the above, died 23 Feb 1845 (age 60). Mary Elizabeth TREHEARN. John TREHEARN, Butcher will 4 May proved 25 May 1807 was uncle of Elizabeth buried 22 Sep, Susannah buried 3 Mar and John, farmer of Lewisham, married 13 Sep 1804 Lewisham, Mary OWEN and had Mary Elizabeth baptised 24 Apr 1805 Lewisham buried here 26 Jun 1855 (age 51), Elizabeth 19 Sep 1806, John 14 Aug 1808, Edward Owen 19 Feb 1811, Abra(ha)m Owen 27 Jun 1813 (died Christ Church, Forest Hill, buried 16 Mar 1844 (age 42)) and James 5 Sep 1815. Elizabeth’s will 25 Jul 1816, proved 3 Oct 1835 and Susannah’s will 14 Nov 1836 proved 19 March 1845. Mary Elizabeth’s will 14 Dec 1847 proved 6 Oct 1855 to her brothers, John, Abraham and James and her sister Elizabeth, wife of James GROOM. An Elizabeth TRAHEARN was buried 18 Aug 1856 (age 75).

310. Leslie Howard TURNER see War Memorial. Died 26 Mar 1919 (age 19). Private 20th battalion, Durham Light Infantry. Son of Mrs Minnie TURNER of 52 Laurel Grove, Penge. (Cologne Southern Cemetery)

311. Gladys (May) UNWIN Civilian 2nd World War. Killed 14 Jan 1945 age 21, 14 Panmure Road, daughter of William Augustus.

312. [94.] S.V. 1846. M.V. 1846.

313. Arthur Edward John VEAL see War Memorial. Killed 8 Jun 1918 (age 19). Private, 6th battalion, Dorsetshire Regiment, born Sydenham, son of Arthur Edward of 42 Mount Ash Road. (Pozieres memorial, Somme)

314. [99.] Susanna[e], wife of Joseph VEREY of this parish, who died 26 Feb 1849 (age 46) adieu best partner of my life, a loving mother and a faithful wife, also Mary VEREY daughter of the above 1867 [- not visible -] (age 13 months). Joseph was master brewer, Sydenham Brewery and licensee of the White Horse public house, Bell Green, Sydenham, born Piddington, Oxfordshire, age 52 in 1851. His daughter Georgina, age 21 in 1851 was born St Pancras, and he married secondly, 24 Nov 1834, Lewisham St Mary, Susanna BELL age 37 in 1841 by whom he had Joseph 15 in 1851, Thomas brewer, 13, Susan 11, Sarah 9 and Mary, 4, all born Sydenham. Mary Ann VEREY buried 17 Dec 1845 (age 13 months) and Susanna was buried 6 Mar. Joseph age 64 in 1861 married thirdly 1853 Camberwell, Mary Ann PYEMAN age 43 in 1861, born Old Newton, Suffolk and had further issue Joseph, age 6 in 1861, Emma 4, Julia 2 and Annie, age 1 month.

315. Brass. In affectionate remembrance of Charles Beaumont WALLER MB FRCS b 21 Oct 1840 died 12 Jun 1895 who for 30 years by his skill as a physician and his kind and sympathetic nature gave relief and comfort to many patients and friends. This tablet is erected by them and in order to further perpetuate his memory and to record this devotion to children they have raised a fund for the Home for Sick Children, Lower Sydenham where a ward has been named after him. (by Cox and Buckley, London.) Age 27 in 1867 (son of Charles, MD) and died 2 West Hill, Sydenham (age 54), having married 3 Aug 1867 here, Harriet CURREY age 19 in 1867 born Brook Street, Hanover Square daughter of Henry, architect, and had four children, Henry Beaumont, baptised 1868 at St Bartholomew, Florence Maryann, Walter Beaumont and Edith M., all born Sydenham.

316. [1.] (inscription) Jane WALTERS 25 [27] Oct 1850 (34th year). Buried 31 Oct.

317. [46.] John WALTERS of Peak Hill, Sydenham. Of Well Close, London. Died Jul. Also Ann WALTERS.

318. Brass near altar. The Altar in this Church was dedicated to the Glory of God in memory of Herbert WALTON sometime Churchwarden who departed this life on Christmas morning 1901 aged 50 years. Erected by his Mother. Cox and Buckley London.

319. (brass in south porch) South porch doors opened 27 Feb 2000 in memory of Charles WARD 1909 – 1998 whose pleasure it was to welcome all who entered here.

320. [20f.] (ashes) In loving memory of Charles Emmanuel WARD b 1909 d 1998.

321. [86.] James WARDLOW qv. Alias WALLER of Penge, buried 18 Aug 1853 (age 27).

322. [56.] Joseph WARTNABY esq died 9 Dec 1853 (in the 83rd year of his age). (He was an insurance agent buried 14 Dec (age 82), will proved 9 Jan 1854 to wife Lucy.

323. [20w.] (ashes) In loving memory of George E.S. WEST b 1912 d 1991. From your loving wife Irene, son, daughters and grandchildren.

324. Brass in chancel over sanctuary entrance. In memory of William Joseph WESTBROOK Mus Doc Cantab for 39 years Organist of this Church 1 Jan 1831 – 24 Mar 1894. As a mark of deep respect and in grateful appreciation of his great kindness, this tablet is placed here by 50 Members of the Choir past and present Jan 1896. Cox and Buckley, London. Professor of Music, of 3 Redbury Grove, born Mile End, baptised 30 Jan 1831 Whitechapel St Mary, son of William coal meter of 12 Church Street, Spitalfields and Martha Mary daughter of Thomas SUMERLING, Carpenter of Grey Eagle Street and Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas HOLDOM Brewer. Married 1 Aug 1855 St Matthew, Bethnal Green, Ann DUDDRIDGE.

325. [20u.] (ashes) Ted WHEELER b 7 Apr 1923 d 5 Mar 2004.

326. [89.] l WHI.

327. [24.] WHITE.

328. [26.] [Sacred to the memory of] M[r] Joseph WHITE of this parish, who departed this life December 18[4-] age…

329. John Davenport WILES see War Memorial. Died 4 Oct 1916 (age 34) 2nd Lieutenant, 1st battalion, Suffolk Regiment. Son of William David of Hillside, Sydenham Hill Road. (Struma Military Cemetery, Greece)

330. [20m.] (ashes) Helen WILLANS friend d 1992.

331. [137.] William WILLOUGHBY died 6 Apr 1853 (age 33 years). Coachman, aged 25 in 1841, 32 in 1851 buried 14 Apr of Dartmouth Row son of William job master and married 3 Oct 1844 Lewisham St Mary, Jane PIKE widow born Cobham, Surrey age 34 in 1851 buried here 14 May 1858 (age 41), daughter of Henry GROVE Farmer and mother of Charlotte b Christchurch, Middlesex. They had children, William Albert baptised 29 Aug 1845 St Bartholomew, age 5 in 1851 and Mary A. age 3 in 1851, born in Lewisham, and Emma Jane baptised here 17 Sep 1852. A Sydney WILLOUGHBY was buried 14 May 1857 (age 3 years 5 months).

332. [52.] Emma wife of Richard WILSON of Perry Vale in this parish who departed this life 29 Nov 1844 (age 34). First child Emma 18 Nov 1840. Emma was buried 5 Dec, and her daughter Emma, of Perry Vale, buried 27 Nov 1840 (age 4 days).

333. (In chancel floor) Sacred to the memory of Emma who died 24 Nov 1840 aged 3 days and of Richard who died 2 Dec 1844 aged 6 days, children of Richard and Emma WILSON of Perry Vale. Richard buried 5 Dec.

334. (In chancel floor) Sacred to the memory of Richard WILSON of Molesworth House, Brighton who died 22 Sep 1869 aged 69. Also of Emma his wife who died at Perry Vale, Sydenham 29 Nov 1844 aged 34. i.e. in childbirth. Richard merchant age 41 in 1841 and 60 in 1861 born Westmorland, buried 27 Sep, married Emma, age 38 in 1841 and had also Emma, age 18 in 1861, baptised here 17 Aug 1842 and Mary, age 17 in 1861 baptised here 15 Sep 1843.

335. [121.] cross Francis WOOD, died 1846 age. Buried 5 Feb (age 60), a gardener aged 56 in 1841, married Mary 56 in 1841 and had James age 17 in 1841.

336. [48.] [Jane?] WOODNORTH.

337. A(nna) M(aria) WOODS Civilian 2nd World War. Died 12 Sep 1940 age 51 Guys Hospital, London Bridge, injured 10 Sep Ewer Street Shelter, of 130 Union Street, Southwark, daughter of the late Mr W.H. WOODS.

338. [98.] erected by a widowed mother to the memory of Margaret Nodes WOODWARD died 24 April 1848 (in childbirth age 30) also Mary Margaret WOODWARD died Feb 1848 (age 3). Margaret buried 29 Apr (age 29), and Mary 10 Feb.

339. James Henry Chas WORSELL see War Memorial. Died of wounds received, 11 Oct 1916 (age 23), Sergeant "A" Battery, 94th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Age 8 in 1901. Born Beckenham, son of Frederick, a postman and Clara (born South Leigh, Devon) of 12 Mount Ash Road and a scholar of Sydenham Hill Road school. (Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais)

340. [108.] (several graves broken up - not found 2006) Marion Elizabeth WRENN of Penge, died 25 May 1839 (age 34). Also James John age. Richard George WRENN died 22 Nov 1846. Farmer of Penge baptised 22 Jul 1804 Dulwich College, son of William WREN and Mary, age 35 in 1841 buried 27 May (age 42), will 16 May 1846 proved 15 Nov 1853, to his brother William, age 59 in 1861, baptised 25 Mar 1802, grocer of Penge Lane who married Mary age 59 in 1861 born in Epsom.. With Maria Elizabeth, buried 31 May, he had George Hester, age 10 in 1841, 38 in 1871 grocer’s traveller born "Penge", William, age 8 in 1841 baptised 23 Jun 1833, Marian Elizabeth, age 5 in 1841 born Penge, baptised 4 Mar 1836 and John WRENN baptised 24 Jul 1839, all at St Lukes, West Norwood.

341. [20l.] (ashes) Leonard Warne WRIGHT 1909 – 2000. Beatrice Mary WRIGHT b 1913 d 1992. Also their daughter, Jennifer LUCKHURST b 1942 d 2004.

342. [20v.] (ashes) In loving memory of May Dorothy YARDLEY b 1904 d 2001 teacher. reader. traveller.

343. (brass in hall) This kitchen was dedicated by The Archdeacon of Lewisham 18 Jan 2004 in memory of May YARDLEY 1904-2001.

344. [35.] In memory of Ann the beloved and much respected wife of Thomas YOUDE of the Ship Tavern, Naval and Military hotel, Woolwich, who died 26 [25] May [Jan’y] 1834 (age 60). Buried 1 Feb. Perhaps Ann NARRAMORE who married a Thomas YOUDE 20 Jun 1818 St Martin in the Fields?

345. [124.] Edward YOUNG, died 2 Feb 1840 (age). Elizabeth YOUNG, wife of Edward, died 1 Oct 1841, (age 27). Edward buried 8 Feb (age 33) married 27 Jul 1836 Lewisham St Mary, Elizabeth ROBERTS, 25 in 1841 buried 8 Oct (age "26") mother of Margaret Jane age 4 in 1841, baptised 4 Oct 1837 Lewisham St Mary and Henry Robert age 1 in 1841, baptised here 8 Nov 1839.

346. [37.] 2 large, three small graves Thomas and Dorcas YOUNG. Elizabeth. Mary. Edmund 1846. Elizabeth … DAVIS. Thomas Young. D.S. 1842. (not legible, 2006). Edmund buried 3 Jun 1846 (aged 17 months), and Deborah SMITH buried 4 Jun 1842 (age 78).

Index of Names and Places

Names Index
ABLETT 20, 32
ABLITT 32
ADAMS 33–42
ADENEY 251
AINGER 150
ALDOUS 20, 43
ALLEN 44, 285
ALLUM 127
AME 45
AMICE 74
ANDERSON 121
ANDREWS 19, 46, 168
ANGOLD 19
ARNOLD 47
ATTREE 19, 48
AUBER 251
AUNG SAN Suu Kyi 7
AVEBURY 138
AWDRY 7
BACK 19, 49
BACON 34
BAKER 19, 50, 80, 482
BALDWIN 19, 33, 38
BARBER 51
BARNES 19, 52, 257
BARRAUD 227
BARRY 53, 54, 55
BARTLETT 56
BAXTER 171
BAY 125
BEALE 19
BEDFORD 19
BEDNALL 57
BELL 20, 58, 314
BENFIELD 19, 59
BENNETT 59, 273
BERRIMAN 61
BETTESWORTH 285
BIGGS 6
BILLING 171
BINKS 62
BLOXHAM 63
BLUNT 20, 64
BODLE 65
BODY 19, 66
BOLWELL 19, 67, 278
BONHOEFFER 39
BOTTOMLEY 68
BOVET 148
BOWDLER 2, 69-72
BOWEN 19, 20
BOWYER 19, 73
BOYES 20, 74
Boyne 10
BRADBERRY 104
BRETT 19, 75
BRIANT 122
BRIDGEMAN 20, 76
BRIND 235
BRITTEN 285
BROOKSBANK 77, 78
BROWN 19,79- 81, 93, 105
BROWNE 82, 161
BROWNING 134, 297
Buckley 132
BUNTING 10
BURROWS 7, 158
CAMPBELL 39
CANDY 19, 83
CARLETON 84
CARLTON 84
CARROLL 85
Carteret 168
Cartert 247
CARTWRIGHT 19, 64, 86
CARWARDINE 20, 87, 88
CASSY 20, 89
CHAMPION 19, 90
CHAPLIN 19, 108
Chapman 102
CHAPPELL 91
CHILTON 92, 285
CHITTENDEN 93
CHUBB 94
CHURCH 95
CLAYTON 20, 96
CLIFFORD 20, 97
CLINCH 98
CLOADER 99
COBB 100
COCKIN 101, 102
COLEMAN 246
COLLINS 19
Collinson 77, 78
COLSON 102
COLVILLE 103
COMPTON 104
COOK 19, 105
COPPING 1, 106
Corderoy 43
CORKE 131
CORKILL 119
Cottle 19, 153, 154
COTTON 72
COULSON 19, 107, 108
COURTENAY 39
COVELL 109
COX 20, 132
CREIGHTON 151
CRIPPS 19,
CRIPS 65
CROCKER 47
CROKAT 7
CROUGHTON 116
Cufaude 205
CURREY 315
CURTEIS 116
CUTBILL 110, 111
Dacres 39, 40, 42
DAINTON 205
DAMPIER-CHILD 189
DANIEL 19, 112
DARBY 113
Davenport 19, 64, 329
DAVIDSON 114
DAVIES 19, 199
DAVIS 19, 115, 346
DAWES 116

de GLEHN 151
DEAN 109
DENTON 117
DIBBEN 285
DICK 20, 118, 119
Dipling 261
Dod 103
DORMAN 273
DRAKE-BROCKMAN 138
Drayton 257
DREW 20, 44, 120, 12
Drusilla 109
DUDDRIDGE 324
Duff 169
Duffus 168
DUJARDYN 20, 122, 123
Duke of DORSET 5
DUNCAN 151
DURRANT 20, 123, 124
DYTEMAN 125Earl of DARTMOUTH 5, 6
Earl of DEVON 39
EDNEY 126, 127
EDWARDS 128, 181
ELIOT 195
ELLACOMBE 7
ELLILL 254
ELLISON 156
ELLUM 20
EMMET 151
ENGLISH 3, 4, 130, 131, 221
ENTHOVEN 132
EVANCE 133
EVANS 19, 161
Fabian 64
FAWCETT 62
FEDERAU 134
FERGUSON 135
FIELDING 1, 136
Fleetwood 304
FOREMAN 1, 137
FORSTER 138
FORSYTHE 285
FOUNTAIN 20, 139
FOX 140
FRACKLETON 141
FRANCIS 20, 142
FRASER 143
FREEBREY 20, 144
FULFORD 33, 38
GARLAND 19, 145
GARRATT 146
GARTON 14
GAVAN 273
GIBSON 19, 147
GILLMAN 148
GLASS 205
GLIDE 19, 152
GOLDING 273
Goodwin 259
GORGES 273
GOSLING 254
GREEN 19, 153, 154
GREER 19, 155
GREGG 156
GREGORY 157
GRIFFITH 20, 158
GRIFFITHS 159
GRIGG 19, 160
GRITTEN 173
Grooby 259
GROOM 19, 161, 162
GROOMBRIDGE 171
GROVE 150, 331
GUILLMORE 163
HALES 171
HALL 159
HARDINGHAM 90
HARDSTONE 165
HARDY 1, 166-169, 247
HARMAN 20, 170
HARRIES 140
HARRILD 171
HARRIS 1, 172
Harrison 92
HART 173
HASKETT 62, 285
HASWELL 174
HAWKINS 19, 175
HAYNES 179
HAYTER 19, 176
HEELAS 117
HENDERSON 19, 103,177
HERBAGE 178
HEREFORD 179
HERON 180
HEWITT 181
HIGGS 43
Hilton 269
HODGE 34
HODGES 285
HOLDAWAY 285
HOLDOM 324
HOLLIS 19, 182
HOLMES 9, 262
HONEYBUN 80
HORLOCK 20, 183
HORWOOD 168
HOWARD 97
HOWELL 140
HOWES 19
HUGGETT 155
HUGHES 19, 184
Hume 151
HUNTER 12, 185, 266
HUSBAND 77
Huyshe 6
HYTTEN 19, 186
JACKSON 17, 65
JAMES 1, 151, 187, 188
JEFFERY 19
JEFFREY 189
JENKINS 300
JOHNSON 190
JOLLY 19, 191
JONES 19, 20, 101, 192, 193,
    194, 195
JOURDAIN 7
KEEPING 171
KEMBLE 196, 197
KERIGAN 198
KIMPTON 20, 199
KINGSTON 18
KNIBBS 200
KNOWLER 20, 201
KNOWLES 202
LAMB 203
LANCE 204
LANDON 146
LANE 43
LAVELL 205
LAWES 206
LAWLER 207
LAWRENCE 19, 168, 208
LAWRIE 209, 210
LEGGE 5
Leigh 290
Loader 178
LOVETT 83
LUBBOCK 138
LUKIN 42
LUNN 211
Lydford 66
LYNAM 265
LYON 77, 78, 212
MACDONALD 47
MacGregor 184
MACKENZIE 206
MALIN 92, 285
MANDELL 151
MANN 267
MARCHANT 19, 213
MARLING 140
MARRIOTT 19, 214, 215
MARSHALL 19, 131, 216
MARTIN 19, 20, 217
MASTERS 59
MATTHEWS? 126
MAY 19, 219
MAYHEW 192
MAYOW 34, 39, 40, 41, 166
MCDOWELL 168
MELLORS 273
MEWETT 220
MILLER 19, 221, 222, 254
MINETT 231
MOBBS 16
MOBERLEY 7
MOBERLY 7
MONTAGU 138
MOORE 223
MORETON 285
MORGAN 19, 224, 225
Morrell 305
MURRAY 226
Myddelton 19, 194
MYFYR 195
NARRAMORE 344
NASH 227
NEARY 20, 228
NEWSON 229, 230
NICHOLLS 19, 231
NIXON 232
Nodes 338
NORMAN 233
NORTH 84, 234
NOSWORTHY 235
O’CONNOR 19
OELLUM 129
Offley 168, 169
OLDFIELD 7
OLIVER 171
OSBORNE 19
OVERBURY 140
OWEN 309
PAIN 141
PALMER 11, 19, 205, 236
PARKER 19, 20, 237
PARRY 285
PAULIN 39
PEARCE 19, 238
PEARSON 239
PEIRCE 243
Perowne 9
PERRY 13
Petit 290
Petronila del Saz CABALLERO 285
PHILIPPS 20, 240, 241
PHILP 20, 242
PIGGOTT 19, 243
PIKE 140, 331
PILLOW 20, 244, 245
PINDER 15
PITCHER 290
PITT 39, 42
Pittman 53
PITT-RIVERS 138
PLINCKE 246
PLOTTS 62
PLUMLEY 287
POCKLINGTON 141
POLLETT 109
PONTET 51
POSSEHL 134
POWELL 102
PRICE 168, 247
PRICHARD 103, 248
PULLEN 171
PYEMAN 314
W.R., G.R. 255
RAUSCH 262
RAWSON 117
RAY 125
RAYNE 249
READING 1, 250
REDPATH 251
REEPE 166
REGLLER 49
RENAULT 7
RHODES 252
RICHARDSON 287
RIDGWAY 253
RIVINGTON 254
ROBERTS 19, 256, 257, 345
ROBINSON 254
ROCK 258
ROCKE 258
ROGERS 259, 260
ROWSELL 54
RUFF 261
RUSH 109
RUSSELL 195, 262
SACH 19, 263
SAICH 20, 264
SALE 240
Salt 39
SAMWAYS 19, 265
SARGENT 151
SATTERTHWAITE 266
Savery 168
SAWTELL 20, 267
Sawyer 39
Saxby 109
SCALES 268
SCOTT 123, 262
SCULL 19, 269
SCULTHORPE 19, 270
SEADEN 19, 271
Seaforth 176
SHACKLETON 272, 273
SHEARD 20, 274-277
SHINER 278
SHINN 278a
SILLEM 111
SIMPSON 19, 279
SINCLAIR 253
SKEHENS 280
SKINNER 11
SMALLMAN 281
SMITH 1, 11, 19, 92, 171,
   282-286, 346
SMYTHE 287, 288
SNELLING 289
SOTHEBY 290
ST BARBE 285
STANFORD 150
STANHOPE 39
STEVENS 19,20,220,291,292
STEVENSON 293
STEWART 294, 295
STILEMAN 116
STOCKHAUSEN 150
STONE 19, 296, 297
STONER 178
STOPFORD-SACKVILLE 5
STREETS 109
STRUTT 19, 298
Stubbs 206
SULLIVAN 152
SULLIVAN 262
SUMERLING 324
SWAN 82
SWEETING 20
SWEETING 299
Syme 251
SYRETT 19, 300-302
A.W.T. 303
TATE 20, 304
TAYLOR 19
THEOBALD 19, 245, 305
Tickell 92
TOMKINS 19, 306
TOPHAM 12, 307
TOPILAM 1, 307
TOPPING 307
Towgood 196
TOWNSEND 308
TREHEARN 166, 309
Turkey 49
TURNER 19, 310
UNWIN 20, 311
URQUHART 62
S.V., M.V. 312
VEAL 19, 313
VERE 7, 39
VEREY 314
VICARS 273
Villiers 150
von GLE[H]N 149
von GLEHN 150, 151
VULLIAMY 195
WALLER 315, 321
WALSINGHAM 285
WALTERS 316, 317
WALTON 318
WARD 278a, 319, 320
WARDLOW 1, 321
WARRE 42
Warrender 89
WARTNABY 322
Watley 285
WELSFORD 39
WEMYSS 7
WEST 323
WESTBROOK 324
Wharton 215
WHARTON 39
WHEELER 324
WHI 326
WHINNELL 39
WHITAKER 178
WHITE 327, 328
Wildman 19, 79
WILDON 19
WILES 19, 329
WILLANS 330
WILLIAMS 19
WILLOUGHBY 331
WILSON 267, 332-334
Wolcott 6
WOOD 20, 252, 335
Woodbridge 227
WOODHALL 114
WOODNORTH 336
WOODS 20, 337
WOODWARD 338
WORSELL 19, 339
WREN 340
WRENN 340
WRIGHT 125, 341
Wynell 34, 39, 40, 41
YARDLEY 342, 343
YEATMAN-BIGGS 6
YOUDE 344
YOUNG 282, 345, 346
ZINGES 237
Places Index
Abbotsbury, Dorset 278
Aberdeen 47
Addington , Surrey 72
Adel St John the Baptist churchyard, Yorkshire 64
Alderbury, Wiltshire 7
Alton Pancras, Dorset 285
Ambleside, Westmorland 84
Anfield, Liverpool 240
Ashford, Kent 93
Askerswell, Bridport, 
   Dorset 39
Australia 1138
Axbridge, Somerset 7
Bampton, Oxon 33
Bath 72, 191
Bawtry, Yorkshire 7
Beachborough, Kent 138
Beaulieu, Hampshire 138
Beckenham 111, 112, 130,
   139, 339
Bedfordshire 146
Belgium 123
Bermondsey 138
Bessels Green, Sevenoaks 74
Betchworth, Surrey 120
Bethnal Green, Middlesex 147
Bexhill 220
Birmingham 7, 101, 181
Bitton, Gloucestershire 7
Blackheath 5, 7, 52, 206
Bolton, Cumberland 151
Bordesley, Warwickshire 181
Born Pentre, 
   Denbighshire 256
Botesdale, West Suffolk 248
Bowden, Devon 39, 41
Bowdon, Devon 38
Bray, Cornwall 39
Brechin, Angus 202
Brecknock 65
Brentford 178
Brighton 155, 206, 263, 334
Brixton 43
Brixton, Hampshire 7
Bromley 78, 131, 138, 257
Brompton, Middlesex 72
Buckfastleigh, Devon 290
Buenos Aires 178
Buenos Aires, Argentina 178
Bullecourt, France 302
Burgos, NW Spain 209
Butleigh, Somerset 131
Camberwell 116
Camberwell, Surrey 7, 65, 74
Cambridge 59
Canewdon, Essex 90
Cannanore, E I. 51
Canterbury 201, 220, 273
Carlisle, Cumberland 151
Caterham, Surrey 13
Chaldon, Surrey 93
Charlton, Kent 142
Chart Sutton, Kent 105
Charterhouse School 195
Chelmsford 161
Chelsfield, Kent 258
Cheltenham 140
Chester, Holy Trinity 266
Chigwell, Essex 51
Chilbolton, Hampshire 278
Chipping Norton,
   Oxfordshire 59
Christchurch, Middlesex 331
Clapham 134
Clapham Common 140
Clapton 225
Clare, Suffolk 108
Claremont House, 
   Gloucester 140
Clay Hill, Kent 39
Cleveland Museum of Art 168
Clewer, Berkshire 141
Cliffe Pypard, Wiltshire 140
Cobham, Surrey 331
Columbia 103
Cornwood, Devon 38
Cottesbatch, 
   Leicestershire 215
Cottesmore 58
Coventry 6
Coventry, Bishops House 6
Crayford, Kent 268
Crofton Park with Brockley 13
Croydon 102
Croydon 123
Croydon 51,62,83,112,125,192
Dadizeele 52
Dalwood, Devon 234
Darlington 140
Denham, Suffolk 32
Deptford 39, 102, 109, 125
Donabue, near Rangoon 247
Dorking 51
Droitwich Spa, 
   Worcestershire 139
Dublin Castle 273
Dulwich 13, 283
Durham 65
Eartham, Sussex 171
East Challow, Berkshire 168
East Cliff, Dover 140
East Wickham 13
Eastbourne 103, 248, 273
Easton, Norfolk 90

Echunga 54
Edge Hill, Lancashire 82
Elham, Kent 82
Elmers End 37, 156
Eltham, Kent 72, 160
Elton, Durham 138
Enfield 217.
Epsom 340
Erpingham, Norfolk 80
Estonia 151
Exbury House, Hampshire 138
Exeter 39
Eyworth, Bedfordshire 146
Faversham 59, 166, 243
Fletching, Sussex 155
Fonthill Gifford, Wiltshire 83
Fordham, 
   Cambridgeshire 231
Frant, Sussex 140
Frindsbury, Kent 268
Frognal, Hampstead 77
Frome, Somerset 83
Galhampton, North Cadbury,
    Somerset 145
Gillingham 171
Glasgow 82,186, 262
GLEHN Castle 151
Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire 246
Gravesend, Kent 287
Great Fulford, Devon 33, 38
Great Harwood, 
   Lancashire 76
Great Shelford, 
   Cambridgeshire 129
Greenwich 206, 220, 243, 
   251, 252
Grytviken, South Georgia 273
Guildford 107, 108, 148, 171
Hackney, Middlesex 147
Ham St Andrew, Surrey 246
Handley, Dorset 285
Harrington, Cumberland 192
Hastings 123
Hatfield Broad Oak 166
Hatfield Heath independent, Essex 166
Haverfordwest 140
Hayes, Kent 72
Haynt Walk, Merton Park 50
Heathfield, Sussex 145
Hempstead, 
   Gloucestershire 247
Henleaze, Bristol 242
Hereford Cathedral 179
High Park, County Dublin 84
Hindhead, Surrey 11
Holland 132
Holloway 161
Holwell, Dorset 251
Homerton 147
Hopton Wafers, Shropshire 72
Horham, Suffolk 32
Hornsey of Streatham 162
Hornsey, Middlesex 148
Hoveton St Peter, Norfolk 182
Hoxton 300
Hunslet 78
Hurst, Berkshire 166
Hythe, Kent 82
Inhill, Glamorgan 140
Ipswich, Suffolk 102
Ireland 155, 262
Isle of Man 118
Islington 115, 178
Jamison Town, 
   New South Wales 279
Kennington 59
Keynsham 7
Kilkee, County Kildare 273
Kings Norton, 
   Worcestershire 251
Kingston upon Hull 252
Kingston, Jamaica 39
London Area
Bayswater 43
Berkeley Square 247
Bermondsey 47, 171
Berwick Street  43
Birchin Lane 54
Bird Street 171
Bloomsbury 11, 215
Brixton 178
Camberwell 62, 171, 102
Camden Town 122
Cannon Street 54
Chancery Lane 92
Chelsea 39
Clapham 196
Clapton 194
Clarendon Street 173
Clerkenwell 148
Compton Street 231
Dalston 111
Deptford 208
East Ham 115
Eaton Square 17
Edmonton 178
Finsbury 148
Finsbury Park 14
Fitzroy Square 168
Fulham Palace 151
Gracechurch St 44, 132
Great Smith St 173
Guildford St 39
Hammersmith, London 238
Harpenden 193
Holborn 39, 80, 206
Holloway, London 242
Hornsey, Middlesex 181
Hoxton 178
Islington 148, 178, 235
Kennington 62
Kensal Green 195
Kensington 103
King William St 140
Lambeth 11, 43, 102, 182
Leadenhall St 51
Leather Market 137
Lime Street 80
Lincolns Inn 39
Lombard Street 93
Ludgate Hill 178
Maida Vale 168
Marylebone 116
Mincing Lane 51
Moorgate Street 132
Muswell Hill 148
Newington 212
Notting Hill, Paddington 193
Old Kent Road, Surrey 77
Onslow Square, Brompton 72
Paddington 206
Pimlico 43
Portadown Road 168
Queenhithe, City of London 54
Queens Gate 97
Regent Street 195
Shoe Lane 171
South Kensington 191
Spitalfields 111
St Johns Wood 14
Stamford Hill, Middlesex 178
Stoke Newington 189
Thames Street 195
Throgmorton Street 116
Tikenhouse Buildings 171
Tooley Street, Borough 44
Tottenham 193, 236
Tower of London 168
Tulse Hill 189
Upper Gloucester Place 168
Upper Holloway 112
Walthamstow 246
Walworth 102
Westbourne Terrace 132
Westminster 90
Willesden 168
Southwark 6, 11, 54, 55, 62,
   171, 227
York Gate, Regents Park 140
Leamington, 
    Warwickshire 181
Lee, Kent 140, 178
Leeds, Yorkshire 78
Leicester 117
Leicester 117, 270
Leigh-on-Sea 86
Lepe 138
Lewisham 5, 7, 102, 109, 127,
   147, 158, 166, 171, 206,
   257, 309
Leyton 72
Leyton, Essex 72
Lichfield 5
Lima, Peru 42
Lingfield, Surrey 74
Litton Cheney, Dorset 278
Llandudno 43
Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr,
   Denbighshire 195
Louth, Lincolnshire 86
Luxor, Upper Egypt 42
Lynton 38
Madras N.I. 51
Maidstone 111
Malta 7
Manston House of Stockton
   House, Wiltshire 6
Marlborough School 191
Mason Street, Hatcham 65
Mesopotamia 83
Milton next Gravesend 105
Mistley, Essex 268
Mitcham, Surrey 39
Molland, Devon 238
Mottisfont, Hampshire 126
New Cross 122, 214
New Shoreham, Sussex 285
New Windsor 141
New Zealand 46
Newcastle 156
Newington, Surrey 227
Norham Road, Oxford 7
Norwood 53, 54, 55, 84
Old Newton, Suffolk 314
Osaka 7
Oundle, 
   Northamptonshire 158
Oxford 151
Oystermouth 
   near Swansea, 72
Palace, Lichfield 5
Paston 9
Peckham, Surrey 62, 77, 226
Peking Cathedral 14
Pendleton, Lancashire 254
Penge  87, 102, 106, 112,
   136, 137, 167
Petit Trianon, 
   Versailles Palace 7
Piddington, Oxfordshire 314
Pimlico 90
Plymouth, Devon 148
Poole, Dorset 245
Porlock, Somerset, 9
Porlock, with Stoke Pero,
   Somerset 9
Port Royal, Jamaica 168
Queenscliff, Victoria, 
   Australia 176
Rainham, Essex 62
Ramsgate, Kent 178Rapallo, Italy 262
Redhill, Surrey 59
Renham, Berkshire 152
Reyel, Russia 151
Rhayader, Radnorshire 161
Rivenhall 268
Roath, Cardiff 199
Rochester 6, 7
Rochford, Essex 90
Rudbaxton, 
   Pembrokeshire 140
Rugby, Warwickshire 215
Rutland 58
Rydal, Westmorland 84
Ryde, Isle of Wight 62, 168
Rye, Sussex 116
Salisbury Wiltshire 7, 278, 285
Saltash 39
Sanderstead 74
Sandwell Hall, 
   West Bromwich 5, 6
Scotland 209, 262, 267
Sevenoaks 109, 144
Seychelles 242
Shaftesbury, Dorset 131
Shoeburyness 67
Slaugham, Sussex 213
Somers Town 90
Somerset 39
South Leigh, Devon 339
South Tokyo 7
Southampton 7
Southend 105
Southend, Lewisham 138
Southsea 198
St Petersburg, Russia 246
Staines, Middlesex 50, 152
Stock Gaylard, Dorset 6
Stockland, Devon 234
Stockport, Cheshire 65
Stoke (Damerel?), 
   Devonshire 140
Stoke Newington 54
Stonehouse, 
   Gloucestershire 140
Stratford Toney, Wiltshire 151
Streatham 43, 140
Stroud, Gloucestershire 161
Strutton Ground, 
   Middlesex 171
Surbiton 178
Sutton 240
Symondsbury 265
Tallinn 151
Tarriff, Scotland 285
Tenterden 116
Tetbury, Gloucestershire 140
Thornborough, Buckinghamshire 253
Ticehurst, Sussex 131
Tooting 152
Torquay, Devon 210
Totnes 39
Tuileries 7
Tunbridge Wells 134
Upper Norwood 43
Uppingham, Rutland 270
Ventnor, Isle of Wight 262
Villa Torlonia, Italy 151
Wadhust, Sussex 273
Wakerley, Northamptonshire 9
Walsoken 138
Walworth, Surrey 285
Wapping 278a
Warminster, Wiltshire 62
Waterloo 34
Watford 259
West Derby, Liverpool 82
West Ham 271
West India 82
West Wickham, 78
Westerham, Kent 62
Westminster 90
Westmorland 334
Whitchurch, Hampshire 131
Wigginton, Hertfordshire 146
Winchelsea 116
Winchester College 7
Winckfield, Hampshire 50
Windsor 141
Witton, North Walsham, Norfolk 182
Woking, Surrey 171
Wokingham, Berkshire 117
Woodchester, 
   Gloucestershire 140
Woodley, Berkshire 213
Woolpit, Suffolk 90
Woolwich 344
Worcester 6
Worthing, Sussex 171
Wotton, Gloucester 140
Yarcombe, Devon 234
Yarnton, Oxfordshire 254
Yorkshire 77
General Index
accountant 47, 108, 205
agricultural labourer 83
Antarctic Explorer 272
apprentice carver 65
Architect 44, 161, 178, 195,
   227
Attorney at Law 116
author 72
authoresses 72
Baker 109, 129, 146
Bank Manager 178
Bank of England 62
Bank of Scotland 62
bankers clerk 278
Barrister 111, 168, 206, 210,
   215
Bengal Civil Servant 262
Bishop of London 151
Bishops of Lichfield &
   Southwark 151
blacksmith 127, 258
Bookseller 254
Bootmaker 278
Brewer 324
brickmaker 268
British School, Northfleet 105
Builder 125, 201
builder’s apprentice 265
Burma-Siam railway 183
Burmese politician 7
Butcher 109, 205, 309
Butler 278
Archdeacon 7
carpenter 114, 141, 258, 
  278, 324
Carver of wood 65
chairmaker 65
Chemist and Druggist 141
Civil Engineer 262
Civil Service 90
clerk 49, 90, 9
Clothier & Outfitter 289
coachman 83, 145, 331
coffee house keeper 231
colonial broker 51
colour printer 195
common enclosed 138
compositor 105
consul-general 7
consumption 150
Contractor 102
Corn Merchant 93
Cornfactor 171
Coroner’s Warrant 140
Dairyman 166
Dentist 17
Dictionary of Music and Musicians 150
Dr Williams’ library 125
Draper 109
draper’s assistant 90
draper’s outfitter 259
Druggist & Apothecary 285
Dublin Herald 273
East India colonial broker 51
East India merchant 82, 151
Ebenezer Calvinistic
   Methodist 140
Electrical Engineer 158
Engineer 102
farmer 32, 109, 234, 309, 
   331, 340
Farrier? 127
flour factor agent 74
French Polisher 90
Fur Merchant 195
furniture packer 155
furriers 195
Gardener 50, 125, 152, 
   182, 265
gas works mains fitter 243
general coachman 231
general merchant 247
German Evangelical church 39
Government clerk 128
Governor General 138
Great Exhibition 195
grocer 340
headmaster 7
History of Sydenham, 1878 41
hop & seed merchant 181
hop factor 227
house agent 80
insurance agent 322
Interior Designer 195
Journalist 161
killed at Waterloo 34
landed proprietor 140
lead manufacturer 132
leather company, 11
leather factor 78
Licensed victualler 166, 
   238, 253
London Palace Railway 162
master brewer 314
Master Printer 171
Medical Practitioner 191
Merchant 51, 77, 78, 111, 
  132, 178, 206, 254, 285, 297
merchant of Mediterranean
   ports 148
Merchant Tailor 39
Merchant’s Clerk 62
Miller 119
milliner 193
Music Teacher 122
musicologist 150, 178
naval architect 262
Northfleet dockyard 291
novelist 151, 168
Nurse 129, 202
pawnbroker 43
pawnbroker’s assistant 112
Peninsular & Oriental Steam
   Navigation Co 84
pianist 150
poet 39
Police Constable 90
postman 145, 339
printer 105, 171
printer’s broker 171
Public Record Office 168
Public Records 168
Publican 171, 205
railway clerk 193
railway contractor 268
Registrar of Births & Deaths
   80, 103
rock-climbing 285
Salesman 114
schoolmaster 59
Sculptor 47
Secretary of the Crystal Palace 150
shipowner 7
shoemaker 182
silversmiths 246
slave-owner 285
solicitor 54, 92, 108, 166,
   178, 251, 300
Steam Engine Fitter 65
steam yacht Quest 273
Stock Exchange 147
stockbroker 54, 178, 286
surgeon 117, 257
Surveyor 173
Sydenham Brewery 314
TB – tuberculosis 150
tea broker 62
teacher 192
Ulster King of Arms 273
Wheelwright 220
Wholesale Stationer 54
wine merchant 266
woolstaplers 140

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