Monumental Inscriptions


Map ref. 1
Transcriber:KVS,CW

MC 1825


Map ref. 2

Laying face down


Map ref. 3
Transcriber:KVS,CW

(?)JS 1763

(Footstone of 8)


Map ref. 4

Laying face down


Map ref. 5

Laying face down


Map ref. 6
Transcriber:KVS,CW

AK 1879


Map ref. 7
Transcriber:AT,CW,LHS,JC
JC gives:aged 83
PHOTOGRAPH

In memory of Mrs ANN SHORTER who died
3rd March 1767 aged 85
Christ ever lives to intercede
Before his Father's face
Content my soul my cause he'll plead
Nor doubt the Father's grace


Map ref. 8
Transcriber:AT,CW,LHS
CW gives: 1763
PHOTOGRAPH

In memory of Mr JOHN SHORTER died 7th
February 1765 aged 88 years
Strangely my soul art thou arrayed
By the great sacred Three
In sweetest harmony of praise
Let all my parts agree

(Footstone - see 3)


Map ref. 9
Transcriber:KVS,CW

JC 1839


Map ref. 10
Transcriber:AT,LHS,KVS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

to the memory of
SARAH wife of
JAMES BRIDGER
who died Decr 15th 1840
aged 65 years

FOOTSTONE: SB 1840


Map ref. 11
Transcriber:AT,LHS,KVS,CW
In path in 1972
CW gives:1794
LHS gives:1795
AT gives: MAY died 29 Oct

Beneath this stone lies interd here
A tender father and husband dear
Who liv'd in love and tenderness
A crown of glory to possess
SIMON GILES
died July 1st 1793
aged 48
Also of MARY wife of the above died 19 October 1841 aged 87 years


Map ref. 12
Transcriber:AT,LHS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

To the memory of WILLIAM NASH who died
November 30th 1829 aged 77 years
To die is gain
Also SARAH his wife who died January 20th 1851 aged 67 years
I shall not die but live


Map ref. 13

No inscription visible


Map ref. 14
Transcriber:KVS,CW

LF 1859

(Footstone of 19)


Map ref. 15
Transcriber:AT,LHS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

ROBERT KINNINMENT died April 17th 1851 after a service of above 50 years as Bailiff to GEORGE MORANT, Esq
"He was both just and honest to the poor as well as his Employer"


Map ref. 16
Transcriber:AT,LHS,KVS,CW

JB 1831 possibly 1834
EB 1825 possibly 1823 or 1835
TB 1826 possibly 1836

Map ref. 17
Transcriber:AT,KVS,CW

(?)
ELIZABETH wife of
THOMAS SEARLE
who died March 27 1797
aged 41 years


Map ref. 18
Transcriber:AT,LHS,KVS,CW
CW gives:74 years

(?)
memory of
THOMAS SEARLE
who died March
11 1800
aged 64 years


Map ref. 19
Transcriber:AT,LHS,KVS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

Sacred
to the memory of
LETITIA
the wife of
MARK FINNERTY
who departed this life
January 4th 1859
aged 74 years

(Footstone - see 14)


Map ref. 20

No inscription visible

Transcriber AT gives the following -
[possibly Map ref. 20]

ROBERT ABRAHAM CARTER who died 26 March
1855 aged 21
My flesh and my heart faileth but God is the strength of my heart and my portion for ever


Map ref. 21
Transcriber:AT,LHS,CW

In the loved remembrance of HIPPOLITE
C.D. BELLINGER who died 24th March 1858
aged 28 years
Also HIPPOLITE infant son of the above who died 28th March 1858

AT BASE

The private grave of SOPHIA BELLINGER


Map ref. 22
Transcriber:AT,CW
Translator:BT
penultimate line: HIUS or IDUS?
TOMB
PHOTOGRAPH

Infra situs est
Ninianus Bruce armiger
in regali collegia militari chirurgus
et nosocomiorum regiorum inspector vicarius
vir prisci virtuitis literarium sumitate imbutus
probitate benevolentia pietate insignis
Natus fuit Aberdonie in Scotia AD MDCCLXXVII
patriae per annos XXXVII domi militaeque
operam prebuit
et extremum desideratis efflavit halitum
pridie hius Iunnii AD MDCCCXXXII
etatis sue LVI

Below is laid NINIAN BRUCE Esquire a surgeon in the Royal Military College and Deputy Inspector of the regional hospitals. A man of old-fasioned virtue, of outstanding learning, distinguished for (his) honesty, kindness (and) piety. He was born in Aberdeen in Scotland in the year of our Lord 1777. He offered his services to his country for 37 years in peace and war and breathed his last on the Ides of June (13th June) in the year of our Lord 1832. His age 56.

22 - OTHER SIDE
final line: MOERENS, MAERENS or MOERUS?
PHOTOGRAPH

Annae Carolettae Brvce
Feminae optimae
vxor carissimae
quae decessit XIII Kal Mart
anno domini MDCCCXIII
aet XXXVII
et hic loci sepulta est
Ninianus Brvce conivx eius
et in regali collegio militari chirvrgus
hoc monvmentum
moerens posvit

To ANNA CAROLETTA BRUCE, the best of women, the most beloved of wives, who died 13th (day before) the 1st March in the year of our Lord 1813, aged 37. And in this same burial place is NINIAN BRUCE, her husband and surgeon in the Royal Military College. He placed this tombed monument.


Map ref. 23
Transcriber:AT,LHS,KVS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

Sacred
to the memory of
Mr GEORGE GOSDEN
who died April 4th 1845
aged 60 years

FOOTSTONE: GG 1845


Map ref. 24
Transcriber:AT,LHS,KVS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

In
memory of
WILLIAM ETHERINGTON
who died
June 30th 1821
aged LX years
Also MARIA his wife
who died Decr 26th 1846
aged 81 years

FOOTSTONE: WE 1821


Map ref. 25
Transcriber:LHS,KVS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

In
memory of
JAMES MATTHEWS
who died Octr 26th
1839
aged 54 years
also SARAH his wife

((Surface of stone flaked away))


Map ref. 26
Transcriber:AT,LHS,KVS
LHS gives DAVID NEST

(?)/memory of ELIZABETH
wife of DANIEL NEST?
who died Dec (?) 1772
aged 50 years


Map ref. 27
Transcriber:AT,LHS,KVS
LHS gives: SEX
AT gives: GEORGE aged 76?; MARY died 29 June
PHOTOGRAPH

GEORGE SEN of Hawley died 16th September 1830 in the 75th year of his life
MARY SEN wife of GEORGE SEN of Hawley citizen of London died 25th June 1825 in the 62nd year of her life

FOOTSTONE: GS 1830 MS 1823


Map ref. 28
Transcriber:KVS

(?)
W H S(?)
died May 27 1837?
aged 3 years & (?) months
S T S(?)
died Nov 25 (?)
aged 2 years (?)


Map ref. 29
Transcriber:AT,KVS

EDMUND SMITH died 22 March 1856 aged 5 years 6 months


Map ref. 30
Transcriber:AT,KVS,CW

STEPHEN SMITH
died Sept 17/AD 1853
aged 83
ELIZABETH SMITH
died May 24
AD 1853
aged 77


Map ref. 31
Transcriber:AT,KVS

Save me O God from the deep waters
(?)
[BER]NARD B(?)
aged 36
(?) Inf Reg[iment]
unfortuneately drowned
in the Basingstoke Canal
on the night of June 30 1856
This tab[let] (?) is erected
by (?)[Com]rades


Map ref. 32
Transcriber:KVS,CW
KVS gives: daughter
SOUTH SIDE

ELIZABETH GUNNER wife of
the late M W GUNNER of this parish
died Sep (?)4(?) aged (?)/(?)

NORTH SIDE

MARY RICHARDS relict of the late Rev (?)
rector of this parish and eldest daughter of
(?) died Sept (?)
aged (?)/(?)


Map ref. 33
Transcriber:KVS,CW,JC
JC gives:he was a farmer who owned Coombe Farm. Sarah was the daughter of the late Mr W GUNNER of the parish
CW gives:CALLOWAY; 1859 & 1849

SOUTH SIDE

In memory of M JAMES CALLAWAY
died July (?) 1858? aged 70
(?) hath been (?) Lord/()

NORTH SIDE

SARAH CALLAWAY wife of JAMES CALLAWAY
died Feb 18 1848 aged 69
(?)/(?) late Mr W GUNNER


Map ref. 34

Stone located in a bush and partially buried. Unable to read the inscription, but it appears to be well preserved.


Map ref. 35 (Lych Gate)
Transcriber:KVS

This Lych Gate
was erected in 1907
by HAROLD HOLT & EDITH KENYON-SLANEY
in memory of their father & mother
JOSEPH & MATILDA HOLT
of Farnborough Grange


Map ref. 36
Transcriber:LHS,CW

Sacred to the memory of WILL GEO TAYLOR
son of EDWARD & ELIZA TAYLOR who
departed this life December 5th 1855 aged 2 years 11 months
These are the (?) which follow, Lamb
is the source. He quoth (?)


Map ref. 37
Transcriber:LHS,CW
CW gives:1837

JOHN LEACH
Died March 31st 1857
Aged 4 years & 8 months
Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven


Map ref. 38
Transcriber:KVS,CW
CW gives:79 years

FRANCIS BURTT
late of New Windsor
who died Nov 27 18()
aged 70 years
also/(?) BURTT/()


Map ref. 39
Stone in hedge, broken and no inscription visible.


Map ref. 40
Transcriber:KVS,CW,LHS
CW gives:Dec 26th
PHOTOGRAPH

Sacred
to the memory/of
Mr WILLm BURTT
late of Cove
who died Decr 28th 1830
aged 72 years
also Mr JAMES BURTT
late of New Windsor
who died Nov 6th 1844
aged 78 years


Map ref. 41
Transcriber:LHS,KVS,CW
LHS gives:SARAH 1812
PHOTOGRAPH

To the memory/of
SARAH GATES
wife of
HENRY GATES
who died October 23 1816
aged 51 years
also/HENRY GATES
who died January 1 1816
aged 56 years
((4 line verse - illegible))

FOOTSTONES:SG 1816; HG 1816
PHOTOGRAPH


Map ref. 42
Transcriber:LHS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

IHS/Through our Lord/Jesus Christ
RICHARD CONNIBER
Sergeant in the Somerset Militia
Died May 26th 1856
Aged 53 years


Map ref. 43
Transcriber:LHS,KVS
Rector from 1839-1862

In hope of the/resurrection/to eternal life
JOHN HENRY CLAYTON MA
sometime rector of this parish
died August 18th 1885


Map ref. 44
Transcriber:CW,KVS

MAY infant daughter of the Revd
JOHN and JANE CLAYTON


Map ref. 45
Transcriber:LHS,CW
CW gives:11 May

Mercy Jesu
JANE BUNN CLAYTON
Died May 31st 1838
Aged 43 years


Map ref. 46
Transcriber:CW,LHS,KVS

I am the Way the Truth and the Life
J HENRY AUGUSTUS CLAYTON
born Feb (?)
died July (?)


Map ref. 47
Transcriber:LHS,CW,KVS
CW gives:March 20th

In/memory of
Wm GUNNER
died March 2nd 1769

FOOTSTONE: WG 1769


Map ref. 48
Transcriber:LHS,CW

In/memory of
ELIZABETH GUNNER
Died February 28th 1778


Map ref. 49
Transcriber:LHS,CW,KVS

In/memory of ANN
daughter of
Mr Wm & ANN GUNNER
who departed this life
the 7th March 1789
aged 13 years

FOOTSTONE: AG 1789


Map ref. 50
Transcriber:LHS,CW,KVS
LHS gives:1801

In/memory of
Mr Wm GUNNER
who departed this life
the 2 of May 1804
aged 62 years
(?)/(?) and pay (?)
Who sought no (?) nor (?)
This truth he proved in every path he trod
An honest man's the noblest work of God

FOOTSTONE: WG 1804


Map ref. 51
Transcriber:LHS,CW,KVS

In memory of
ANN GUNNER
wife of Mr W GUNNER
who departed this life
the 8? of Nov 1817
aged 74? years


Map ref. 52
Transcriber:LHS,KVS,CW
KVS gives:EDWARD BARNARD; 1790

Sacred to the memory of
HOWARD BARNARD KING
Captain in Majestys? 3()th
Regiment of Foot
who departed this life
January 11th 1799
aged 24 years
also/to the memory of
GEORGE (?)
son of the above
HOWARD BARNARD and
SARAH KING
who departed this life
March 9th 1795
aged eight months &
three weeks


Map ref. 53

Illegible


Map ref. 54
Transcriber:LHS,CW

WILLIAM COLLINS who Died November 15th 1792
Aged 40 years
Here lies lamented in his silent grave
A tender husband and a parent brave
(?)/(?)

FOOTSTONE: WC 1792


Map ref. 55
Transcriber:LHS,CW

ANN wife of Mr JOHN COLLINGS who Died July 30th 1756 Aged 41 years
A sincere friend
And a loving wife
As I am now so must you be
Prepare for death and follow me

FOOTSTONE: AC 1756


Map ref. 56
Transcriber:LHS,CW

JOHN COLLINS Died March 30th 1774 Aged 69 years

FOOTSTONE: JC 1774


Map ref. 57
Transcriber:LHS,CW

ELIZABETH wife of WILLIAM COLLINS and
daughter of WILLIAM & ELIZABETH NASH
Died June 25th 1780 aged 29 years
MARY her daughter in her arm an infant died 14th June 1780

FOOTSTONE: EC 1780


Map ref. 58
Transcriber:LHS,CW,KVS

WILLIAM son of WILLIAM & ELIZABETH
COLLINS
Died May 6th 1782
Aged 6 years & 10 months
(?) WILLIAM & MARTHA (?)
CHARLES son of ELIZABETH BONIFACE
wife of Mr Wm COLLINS
died May 8th 1784 aged
2 weeks & 4 days

FOOTSTONE: C WC 1782


Map ref. 59
Transcriber:KVS

ELIZA PRIER
born April 27th 1833
died July 15th 1834


Map ref. 60
Transcriber:KVS

HELEN PRIER
born January 3rd 1832
died May 14th 1833


Map ref. 61
Transcriber:KVS

SARAH PRIER
born July 16th 1819
died March 26th 1833
aged 13 years


Map ref. 62
Transcriber:CW

Wm HENRY PRIER
born August 14th 1824
died December 26th 1856
aged 32 years


Map ref. 63
Transcriber:LHS,KVS,CW
KVS gives: MARTHA 1835?
PHOTOGRAPH

In/memory of
SARAH wife of
WILLIAM PRIER
who departed this life
April 23 1828 aged 70 yrs
Also WILLIAM the son of
WILL & MARTHA PRIER
who died March 10 1821
aged 2 months
Also MARTHA wife of
WILLIAM PRIER of Yately
who died October 4 1855
aged 62 years
Why do we mourn departed friends
Or shake at death's alarms
Tis but the voice that Jesus sends
To call them to his arms

REVERSE OF STONE

Also WILLIAM PRIER
Died 15th June 1876 aged 80 years

FOOTSTONE: SP 1828 MP


Map ref. 64
Transcriber:LHS,KVS
PHOTOGRAPH

In/memory of
WILLIAM PRIER
who departed this life
August 19 1822
aged 55 years
With patience to the last he did submit
And murmur'd not at what the Lord thought fit
He with a Christian courage did resign
His Soul to God at his appointed time

FOOTSTONE: WP 1822


Map ref. 65
Transcriber:CW

EMMA PRIER
born May 17th 1830
died June 8th 1831


Map ref. 66
Transcriber:LHS,CW

In memory of EDWARD PAICE who departed this life October 10th 1830 aged 70 years. Also JANE his wife who departed this life April 5th 1855 aged 75 years


Map ref. 67
Transcriber:LHS,CW

ANN wife of EDWARD PAICE who died May 19th 1800 aged 33 years

FOOTSTONE: AP 1800 (no longer extant)


Map ref. 68
Transcriber:LHS,CW

In/memory of
WILLIAM COBBETT
who died
August 26th 1777
aged 60 years
With patience to the last he did submit
And murmured not at what the Lord thought fit
After a grievous illness and smarting pain
When Doctors Skill & Physic proved in vain
Then at last he did resign
His soul to God at the appointed time


Map ref. 69
Transcriber:LHS,KVS
LHS gives; Dec 1847
PHOTOGRAPH

To the/memory of
JAMES COOK
aged 86
and ANN his wife
aged 84
who died in Dec AD(?)
and were buried together
on (?) Eve
they (?) and/(?)/(?)


Map ref. 70
Transcriber:LHS,KVS,CW
LHS gives; grandchild of JAMES WOOD; 1817

To the/memory of
ANN only child of JOSEPH and ANN WOOD
and grandchild of
JAMES and ANN COOK
who departed this life
April the 12th 1847
in the 18th year of her age
Deeply lamented
by her parents


Map ref. 71
Transcriber:KVS,CW
CW gives:CALLOWAY

In/memory of
JOHN CALLAWAY
who died 13th August
1839
aged 85 years


Map ref. 72
Transcriber:KVS,CW
CW gives:CALLOWAY
PHOTOGRAPH

In memory/of
PRUDENCE the wife of
JOHN CALLAWAY
who departed this life
April 13th 1808
aged 46 years
A tender mother lyeth here
A virtuous wife a friend sincere
In love she liv'd in peace she died
Her life was crav'd but God denyed


Map ref. 73
Transcriber:KVS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

In memory of
ELIZABETH and JANET WALLACE
daughters of WILLIAM WALLACE
one of the Professors of Mathematics
in the Royal Military College
ELIZABETH died June 15 1816
JANET died Dec 13 1817
both in their XVI year
Shall they be left forgotten in the dust
When fate relenting lets the Spring revive
Shall nature voice to man alone unjust
Bid him though doomed to perish hope to live
Is it for this fair virtue oft must strive
With disappointment penury and pain
No! Heavens immortal Spring shall yet arrive
And man's majestic beauty bloom again
Bright through the eternal of loves triumphant reign

FOOTSTONE: E & J/ W /1817


Map ref. 74
Transcriber:LHS,KVS,CW
ORIGINALLY South of Church
PHOTOGRAPH

In memory of
ANN KINGSTON
who departed this life
May 25 1819 aged 57
While here on Earth [I] did remain
My latter days were grief and pain
No one on earth could ease my grief
Till God did please to send relief


Map ref. 75
Transcriber:LHS,KVS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

Sacred/to the memory of
JOHN WATTS BROWN
who departed this life
August the 13th 1827
aged 57 years
O that my Redeemer may look with such an
eye of favour upon me, at the great
appearing of our Lord and Saviour Jesus
Christ. Amen.

FOOTSTONE: JWB 1827


Map ref. 76
Transcriber:LHS,CW,KVS

Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord
In memory of
CHRISTOPHER WATTS BROWN
died 31st June 1822 aged 21 years
Cut off in the bloom of youth,
yet not before Divine Grace had
taught him (?)
/(?)/Christ/((7 LINES ILLEGIBLE))

FOOTSTONE: CWB 1822


Map ref. 77
Transcriber:LHS,KVS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

In memory of
JOHN RICHARDSON BROWN
who departed this life
Nov 12 1818 aged 59
Forbear dear friends to mourn or weep
While sweetly in the dust I sleep
This toilsome world I've left behind
A crown of glory for to find

FOOTSTONE: JRB 1818 (no longer extant)


Map ref. 78
Transcriber:LHS,CW
PHOTOGRAPH

In memory of
ELEANOR ARMSTRONG
who died November 25th
1794
aged 25 years


Map ref. 79
Transcriber:LHS,CW,KVS

To/the memory of
HARRIET wife of GEORGE COBBETT
who departed this life
October (?) 1841?
aged (?) years
((4 LINES ILLEGIBLE))
(?) her mild amiable and
(?) character


Map ref. 80
Transcriber:LHS,AEK
AEK gives:THOMAS WATTS

THOMAS WALLS
Parish Clerk
died December 1st 1849
aged 61
Let all the people say Amen


Map ref. 81
Transcriber:LHS,CW
LHS gives:10yrs 11mths

Here/lieth the remains/of
WILLIAM COLLINS
son of
HENRY and MARY COLLINS
of this parish who departed
this life in the prime of
youth the 4th August
1813
aged 19 years
and 11 months


Map ref. 82
Transcriber:LHS,CW

Sacred/to the memory of
Mr HENRY COLLINS
of this parish
who departed this life
January 12th 1822
aged 72 years


Map ref. 83
Transcriber:KVS,CW

AS 1826

(Footstone of 84)


Map ref. 84
Transcriber:LHS,KVS,CW
ORIGINALLY South of Church
PHOTOGRAPH

In In
memory of memory of
ANN wife of EDW SMITH
EDW SMITH who died
who died Oct 16 1831
June 5th 1826 aged 73 years

(Footstone - see 83)


Additional MI's transcribed by LHS and said to be located North of the Church


85a
ORIGINALLY North of Church
Transcriber:LHS
Rector 1778-1825

Reverend J RICHARDS
Died 12th July 1825 aged 82 years
Having been 18? years Rector of this Parish


85b
ORIGINALLY North of Church
Transcriber:LHS

MARIA daughter of JOHN & ELIZABETH ALLEN
Died November 27th 1853 aged 12 years


85c
ORIGINALLY North of Church
Transcriber:LHS

ELLEN BUSBY
March 22nd 1849 aged 73


85d
ORIGINALLY North of Church
Transcriber:LHS

JAMES BUSBY
November (?) 1866 aged 66


85e
ORIGINALLY North of Church
Transcriber:LHS

MARY LAMB wife of (?) LAMB Citizen of London
Died (?) November 176-


85f
ORIGINALLY North of Church
Transcriber:LHS

SHINFIELD (?) DIGBY
third son of WILLIAM DIGBY and CHARLOTTE his wife
and Great Grandson of the late WILLIAM, Lord DIGBY of Coleshill in Warwickshire
Died 12th December 1793 In the 18th? year of his age


Additional MI's transcribed by LHS and said to be located South of the Church


86a
ORIGINALLY South of Church
Transcriber:LHS

HARIOT POWDERHAM wife of JOHN NEAL
POWDERHAM
Died June 10th 1813 aged 29 years


86b
ORIGINALLY South of Church
NOW St Peter's House Garden
Transcriber:LHS,KVS

To the memory of
JOHN BLACKBURN
of this Parish
who died July 26th 1861
aged 70 years
also
THOMAS BLACKBURN Grandson of
the above Died July 28th 1826
aged 18 months


86c
ORIGINALLY South of Church
Transcriber:LHS

ELIZABETH BLACKBURN
wife of JOHN BLACKBURN
Died March 11th 1861


Additional MI transcribed by LHS and said to be located East of the Church


87a
ORIGINALLY East of Church
Transcriber:LHS

ROBERT MASON Died March 9th 1833 aged 55 years


Illegible MI's located by KVS but not shown on the map (possibly among those listed above at reference 85, 86 or 87)


88a
NOW St Peter's House Garden

Illegible


88b
NOW St Peter's House Garden

Lying face down


88c
NOW St Peter's House Garden

Lying face down


88d

NOW outside Hall Garden Room

Illegible


Memorial plates on seats in the church grounds


89a
On seat near Old Vestry
Transcriber:KVS

With thanksgiving
BOB DALEY
1900-1966


89b
On seat near Map ref. 36
Transcriber:KVS

With thanksgiving
Colonel LESLIE C REID
1892-1975


89c
On seat near New Vestry
Transcriber:KVS

In loving memory of
a beloved son and dear brother
JOHN FRANCIS CHINA
1940-1976


89d
On seat near Garden of Remembrance
Transcriber:KVS

In memory of
REBECCA
I will sing of the love of the Lord
for ever


Inscriptions from the Garden of Remembrance transcribed by KVS


PHOTOGRAPH

Jesus spoke these words
Because I live ye
shall live also
This stone marks that part of
the churchyard used for the
burial of the ashes of the faithful


90a
Garden of Remembrance
Transcriber:KVS

In ever loving memory/of
VIDA MARY NUNN
died 9th February 1977


90b
Garden of Remembrance
Transcriber:KVS

In loving memory of
ALICE LILIAN NICHOLS
10 May 1984


List of those known to be interned in the Garden of Remembrance (until 5th Jan 1991). The dates from the Garden of Remembrance plan have been checked against the Cremation Certificates and Book of Remembrance by Mr Ivor Reynolds.


91-54 (Garden of Remembrance)

22 Jan 1954 KATE NORRIS [born 1873]


91-56 (Garden of Remembrance)

3 Dec 1956 CAROLINE MATILDA TYRELL


91-58 (Garden of Remembrance)

20 Jan 1958 Mrs GOUGH
10 Apr 1958 Mrs HANCOCK
13 May 1958 ALEXANDER ROSS
1 Jne 1958 NELLIE HAWES
25 Jly 1958 JOHN EVANS
28 Sep 1958 ROBERT HENRY THOMAS DRUMMOND


91-59 (Garden of Remembrance)

10 Feb 1959 SIDNEY COLEMAN
29 Jne 1959 JEANNETTE MAY HOBDAY [born 1910-1930?]
12 Aug 1959 H P LATTEY


91-60 (Garden of Remembrance)

23 Jly 1960 FLORENCE ELIZABETH ADAMS [born 1860-1889?]


91-61 (Garden of Remembrance)

25 Jan 1961 ELSIE MAUDE ROWLANDSON [born 1860-1889?]
27 Feb 1961 DANIEL SEED
22 Aug 1961 ERIC DRAYCOTT CATTON [born 1898]
7 Oct 1961 Mrs TUCKER


91-63 (Garden of Remembrance)

5 Sep 1963 IRENE MAUDE CHAPMAN
10 Oct 1963 BEATRICE DENNIS


91-64 (Garden of Remembrance)

4 Jan 1964 FREDERICK SAUNDERS [born 1880-1900?]
14 Apr 1964 Mr NORRIS
2 May 1964 VICTOR ALEXANDER HORNE
31 Aug 1964 WILLIAM LAWRENCE
9 Sep 1964 Canon HOBDAY [born 1880-1900?]


91-65 (Garden of Remembrance)

9 Jan 1965 ETHEL PITT [born 1880-1900?]
14 Apr 1965 EDWARD BLUNDEN [born 1860-1889]
26 Oct 1965 Brig REGINALD RAWSON MARK MAYHEW [bn 1890-1919?]


91-66 (Garden of Remembrance)

26 Jan 1966 DORIS ELSIE CLOTHIER [born 1890-1919?]
16 Feb 1966 ETHEL SEED
9 Mch 1966 CHARLES FREDERICK ROBERT DALEY [born 1900]
16 Mch 1966 JAMES DENNIS
21 May 1966 ROWLAND HENRY REDMILL
25 Aug 1966 HERMIONE SHEPHERD [born 1890]
23 Nov 1966 JAMES RONALD MORGAN


91-67 (Garden of Remembrance)

2 Feb 1967 GEORGE ROBERT TRISTRAM [born 1920]
6 Apr 1967 GERTRUDE ASPEN
4 Jne 1967 EMMA ATKINSON


91-68 (Garden of Remembrance)

11 Feb 1968 ETHEL MAUD SAUNDERS [born 1890-1919?]
16 Mch 1968 H J HUGHES
25 Jne 1968 WILFRED GEORGE HOWE [born 1890-1919?]
24 Jly 1968 THOMAS ECKERSLEY ORMEROD [born 1911]
6 Dec 1968 FLORENCE HARRIET LANEY [born 1874]
24 Dec 1968 MAUD HORNE


91-69 (Garden of Remembrance)

9 Jan 1969 GILBERT JOHN VICTOR SHEPHERD [born 1887]
12 Jan 1969 ARTHUR CHARLES SAMUEL PINDAR [born 1910-1930?]
11 Apr 1969 ARTHUR GEORGE PITT [born 1860-1889?]
31 May 1969 GERALD GOODRICH [born 1914]
18 Sep 1969 MABEL HUGHES
2 Dec 1969 AMELIA LATTEY


91-70 (Garden of Remembrance)

15 May 1970 MARY EDITH AUST [born 1910-1930?]
29 Nov 1970 BESSIE PORTER


91-71 (Garden of Remembrance)

31 Mch 1971 CHARLES JAMES TROLDAHL CRAWFORD
26 May 1971 NELLIE WHITTAKER
27 Aug 1971 BERTRAM HAWES
22 Sep 1971 HAROLD HOLMAN [born 1890-1919]
23 Sep 1971 OLIVE PARROTT


91-72 (Garden of Remembrance)

24 Feb 1972 AMY HILL
1 Nov 1972 MAUD ETHEL PETERS [born 1879]


91-73 (Garden of Remembrance)

22 Jan 1973 VIOLET BELL
10 Feb 1973 VIOLET ADA ANSELL [born 1890-1919?]
29 Mch 1973 FLORENCE EVA RUTLAND [born 1884]
29 Apr 1973 ADA CAROLINE TYRELL [born 1890-1919?]
4 Jne 1973 ALAN MATHEWS
24 Jne 1973 CYRIL HILLING [born 1920-1949?]
11 Jly 1973 DONALD HUDSON
3 Oct 1973 MARION JANET PHYLLIS ARMITT [born 1926]


91-74 (Garden of Remembrance)

7 Mch 1974 CHARLES GOODRICH [born 1860-1889]
21 Apr 1974 MARGARET J SWALLOW [born 1920-1949?]
30 Jne 1974 FLORENCE MARK
10 Jly 1974 DOROTHY STOCK
28 Jly 1974 CATHERINE ROBERTA TOKELEY [born 1942]
30 Aug 1974 CAROLINE ANNIE ANKERS [born 1860-1889]
29 Nov 1974 VIOLET MARY MATTHIAS [born 1890-1919?]


91-75 (Garden of Remembrance)

27 Jan 1975 RALPH PARROTT
8 Mch 1975 GLADYS BAIRD
7 Aug 1975 LESLIE CARTWRIGHT REID [born 1892]
10 Aug 1975 ENID MARY WHITEHEAD [born 1890-1919?]
22 Oct 1975 ANDREW GRAHAM WRIGHT [born 1963]
19 Nov 1975 JULIA LORRIMER


91-76 (Garden of Remembrance)

8 Feb 1976 JOHN FRANCIS CHINA [born 1920-1949]
20 May 1976 NICOLA BEGBIE
14 Sep 1976 TIMOTHY DENNIS WARREN
31 Oct 1976 HERBERT WILLIAM BRIDGER


91-77 (Garden of Remembrance)

30 Jan 1977 ARTHUR SUMNER BLUNDELL [born 1890-1919?]
9 Feb 1977 VIDA MARY NUNN
1 May 1977 WILLIAM LEE PRAED [born 1860-1889]
3 Jly 1977 ERIC VIVIAN DAVID STARKIE [born 1914]
22 Jly 1977 ROWLAND POWELL EVANS
14 Aug 1977 EVELYN HOBDAY [born 1860-1889]
16 Aug 1977 MURIEL WINIFRED WOODS [born 1890-1919?]
7 Nov 1977 PHYLLIS EILEEN MOSSES [born 1908]
11 Nov 1977 ISABEL VALERIE CRAWFORD [born 1931]
22 Nov 1977 Canon FRANCIS BENJAMIN HUTCHINSON [bn 1890-1919]


91-78 (Garden of Remembrance)

17 Jan 1978 DAVID HYWEL DYLAN THOMAS [born about 1955]
1 Dec 1978 HOWARD DOUGLAS KEBLE WRIGHT [born 1902]


91-79 (Garden of Remembrance)

24 Jly 1979 DORIS EMILY ELLERY [born 1920]


91-80 (Garden of Remembrance)

15 Jan 1980 JOHN NORMAN ANDREW PRITCHARD [born 1919]
18 Jan 1980 LESLIE GRANVILLE PRICE [born 1890-1919]
2 Oct 1980 ETHEL MAY LAWRENCE [born 1891]
21 Dec 1980 DOROTHY FLORENCE WILLIAMS [born 1898]


91-81 (Garden of Remembrance)

22 Feb 1981 ELSIE AGNES PRICE
27 May 1981 JOYCE ROSE BURDEN [born 1926]
28 Oct 1981 GRIFFITH HARRY WHITTAKER [born 1895]
19 Nov 1981 HILDA MAY LAPWOOD [born 1904]


91-82 (Garden of Remembrance)

27 Jan 1982 EVELYN HELENA COLLINS [born 1890-1919]
29 Jan 1982 HILDA SNOWDEN [born 1911]
15 Feb 1982 EDMUND GEOFFREY WALLER [born 1895]
28 Apr 1982 JACK BARSTOW [born 1919]
25 May 1982 ETHEL GOODRICH [born 1890-1919]
8 Jne 1982 GERALD HOWES FITZHERBERT REYNOLDS [born 1940]
30 Jne 1982 ARTHUR GOVE
- Sep 1982 IVY DOWRICK [born 1890-1919]


91-83 (Garden of Remembrance)

13 Jan 1983 ELLEN TOOMEY [born 1889]
17 Oct 1983 ROBERT W DAVIS [born 1910-1930?]
1 Nov 1983 ELIZABETH MARY HOLLAND [born 1880-1900?]
3 Nov 1983 JANE WALLER [born 1890-1919?]


91-84 (Garden of Remembrance)

9 Jan 1984 THOMAS STANLEY DAVIES COLLINS [born 1896]
17 Jan 1984 DENNIS NAUNTON
2 Apr 1984 WALTER COTGREAVE [born 1911]
10 May 1984 ALICE LILIAN NICHOLS [born 1908]
28 May 1984 JEAN WINIFRED WHITE [born 1927]
25 Jly 1984 HAROLD SAMUEL WHITFIELD [born 1930]
13 Aug 1984 SHIRLEY MAVIS GRIFFIN [born 1926]
20 Oct 1984 LIZZIE MARGUERITE WALKER [born 1902]
4 Dec 1984 MARGARET ELIZABETH JONES [born 1908]
8 Dec 1984 GERALD IVOR LEWIS [born 1929]


91-85 (Garden of Remembrance)

22 Feb 1985 LOUISA WINIFRED DALEY [born 1904]
2 Apr 1985 LILIAN MURIEL KEMP [born 1911]
6 Apr 1985 WILLIAM NORMAN RUNNALLS [born 1902]
11 Jne 1985 EDNA WINIFRED REDMILL [born 1909]
29 Jne 1985 IRENE BANKS [born 1909]
8 Oct 1985 WILLIAM JAMES LANEY [born 1889]
23 Dec 1985 JOHN MERTON RAYNE [born 1912]


91-86 (Garden of Remembrance)

29 Jan 1986 STANLEY SEED [born 1911]
29 Jan 1986 J CAMPBELL
22 Mch 1986 SYDNEY ALFRED GRIFFIN [born 1904]
15 Apr 1986 JOAN BLUNDELL [born 1912]
24 Apr 1986 ROBERT JAMES HARVEY [born 1907]
16 Jne 1986 HILDA HOWARD [born 1890-1919]
24 Sep 1986 HARRY CECIL GRIFFIN [born 1905]
25 Sep 1986 JOSEPHINE MARY HAMILTON [born 1936]
27 Nov 1986 FLORENCE KNOWLES [born 1890-1919]
13 Dec 1986 AMY JOAN TAYLOR


91-87 (Garden of Remembrance)

11 Apr 1987 WILLIAM CHAMBERS [born 1893]
26 May 1987 CHARLES AMUARY LOVELOCK
27 Jne 1987 GWYNETH MARGARET AKASS [born 1920]
15 Aug 1987 ALBERT DAY [born 1890-1919?]
3 Sep 1987 JANET GWEN JENKINS [born 1903]
2 Oct 1987 ALAN GEORGE ARTHUR HUDSON [born 1908]
20 Nov 1987 FLORENCE EDITH WEEDING [born 1915]
1 Dec 1987 FRANK JOHN HOWARD [born 1905]
5 Dec 1987 LEONARD GERALD BELSHAW [born 1901]


91-88 (Garden of Remembrance)

23 Feb 1988 EDNA MABEL LEIVERS [born 1906]
23 Feb 1988 STANLEY REUBEN TERRY [born 1907]
21 Jne 1988 FREDERICK GEORGE CODE HOLLAND [born 1906]
23 Aug 1988 HILDA JESSIE STELLA WILLIAMS [born 1911]
18 Oct 1988 RUTH HANSON REID [born 1900]


91-89 (Garden of Remembrance)

21 Jan 1989 ROBERT CAMPBELL HOWIE [born 1916]
25 Jan 1989 GLADYS ETHEL ROSE [born 1913]
20 Feb 1989 MARCUS SILVERSTONE [born 1923]
24 Mch 1989 REGINALD LESLIE CHEVERTON [born 1902]
10 May 1989 JOSEPHINE HOOKER HAMILTON [born 1908]
13 Jly 1989 Revd GEORGE NICHOLAS HEATH [born 1924]
5 Oct 1989 JOHN THOMAS SCEENY [born 1908]
6 Oct 1989 KATHERINE MAY MARSDEN LOWDEN [born 1902]
16 Dec 1989 LESLIE THOMAS WHITEHEAD [born 1900]


91-90 (Garden of Remembrance)

9 Apr 1990 PHYLLIS MARY ARMSTRONG [born 1899]
2 Jne 1990 DAVID JOHN PADDON [born 1969]
23 Jne 1990 STEPHEN DAVID MATHEWS [born 1975]
31 Jly 1990 ANNE MARJORIE HAWKINS [born 1944]
14 Sep 1990 MURIEL MARTHA BARR POOL [born 1909]
9 Oct 1990 HAROLD GEORGE MASLAND [born 1908]
13 Dec 1990 Major ARTHUR JOSEPH PARKER [born 1903]
27 Dec 1990 GRACE EVELYN DALE [born 1913]
27 Dec 1990 JESSE LLEWELLYN THOMAS [born 1905]


91-91 (Garden of Remembrance)

8 Jan 1991 TREVOR TOM BREWIN-CADDY [born 1919]


Vault

Names of persons buried in the Vault of Farnborough (St Peter's Church)


ANN GRANT Obit January 20th 1814 aetat 41 years
MARY SHIRLEY MORANT Died February 17th 1838 aged 46 years
JOANNA PLOMER Died March 28th 1823 aged 48 years
HENRY WILMOT Esq Died August 3rd 1794 in his 85th year
VALENTINE HENRY WILMOT Esq Died June 4th 1819 aged 62 years
Mrs SARAH WILMOT Died March 28th 1793 aged 69 years
ELIZABETH SARAH SETON Died February 5th 1803 aged 43 years
CAROLINE MORRIS Died August 23rd 1797 aged 68 years
Mrs ELIZABETH MORRIS Died September 23rd 1761 aged 62 years
VALENTINE MORRIS Esq Died 26th August 1789 aged 61 years
Mrs FRANCES MORRIS Died June 12th 1765 aged 41 years
Miss ELIZABETH MORRIS HORNE Died April 6th 1783 aged 13 years


The above is a list of persons buried in the Vault of Farnborough Parish Church made out by JOSEPH JAMES BUCKMASTER residing at the Rectory of Farnborough during the occupation of the Benefice by the Rev ROBERT FRANCIS SCOTT (Rector of Farnborough 1862 - 1878).


Extracts from "The History of Farnborough" by Rev A E KINCH.

Early Burials

EDWARD DICKENSON Gent (Lord of the Manor) 11 Nov 1630
Lady ELIZABETH VAGHORN 28 Jan 1651
Mr ARTHUR ANSLOWE Gent 29 Oct 1653
MARY MILLIAN (Spinster & Londoner) 12 Dec 1653
Lady BRIDGETT ANNESLY (daughter of the Earl of Anglesey) 19 Feb 1662

Other notables believed to be buried in the Crypt

ARTHUR 1st Earl of Anglesey 1686
JAMES 2nd Earl of Anglesey 1690
JAMES 3rd Earl of Anglesey 1701/2
JOHN 4th Earl of Anglesey 1710
ARTHUR 5th Earl of Anglesey 1737
ALTHAM ANNERSLY 1st Lord Altham 1699 and infant son 2nd Lord Altham 1700
Lady MARY LLOYD relict of Sir JOHN LLOYD Baronet and daughter of ARTHUR 1st Earl of Anglesey 22 Nov 1694
Countess of Anglesey wife of ARTHUR 5th Earl 30 Jan 1718/9

Other burials in the church grounds

Mrs ELIZABETH STERNE, wife of the Archbishop of York. Mother of 13 children. Died 6th March 1673 aged 58 years.
RICHARD POWER 1st Earl of Tyrone brought from the Tower of London to be buried in Farnborough 1690.
WILLIAM HUNT buried July 29th 1789. He was a sailor on route to London and Chatham when he had an accident, died and was buried in our churchyard.


Inscriptions inside the Church.


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Badge of the Royal Engineers
PHOTOGRAPH

To the dear memory of
HENRY RAYMENT PELLY
Captain Royal Engineers
Born 15 May 1829 died 29 July 1869
And of his only child ALINE MINA
Born 21 July 1868 Died 29 April 1901
I will ransom them from the power of
the grave I will redeem them from death
I thank my God upon every remembrance of you


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To the glory of God and in honour of the men from this
parish who gave their lives in the Great War 1914-19

1914
R G CROSSMAN R N GIPPS
W LEE
1915
G ALEXANDER F J ANDREWARTHA
R G ARNEY W HILLYER
C W KEARTON J LYNCH
W E MARCHANT F R WARREN
W WHITTAKER
1916
W J ANDREWS A T CHUBB
C SHARLAND W SILVESTER
S G SMITH R WALKER
1917
E G L ALLEN E B AMES
G H CONDICK H W J LIFFORD
F MARCHANT C S PEACH
A H SHARLAND W J GODDARD
A H GRAY A HERBERT
1918
B P BICKERSTAFF H W DUTCHMAN
A E FERRIS W FINCH
S FRANKS W C ROBERTS
E H STILWELL W R WARD
J E WHITEHORN
1919
W G AMOS F BOXALL
C W MILES

Greater love hath no man than this, that a
man lay down his life for his friends. St John XV 13


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In loving memory of
FREDERICK THORNHILL
RAVENHILL C.M.G.
Brig.Gen. Late R.A.
Died 29 Dec 1935 aged 70
Churchwarden 1919-1935


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In loving memory of
JOSEPH HOLT
of Ogbeare Hall, Devon
and Farnborough Grange
Born Jan 24 1824 Died Dec 18 1903
and MATILDA HOLT his wife
Born July 28 1831 Died June 2 1904


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In loving memory of
HAROLD E SHERWIN HOLT CBE of Sandleford Priory Berkshire
only son of JOSEPH & MATILDA HOLT of Farnborough Grange
born 11 October 1862 died 3 January 1932
Also of
EDITH MARY SHERWIN KENYON-SLANEY
Died 26 Aug 1955
also of
FRANCES KENYON-SLANEY CBE Late Col Durham Light Infantry
of Halton Grange, Shropshire Husband of EDITH KENYON-SLANEY
died 12 June 1938


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Sacred to the memory of
DOROTHY Beloved wife of
Major J P KELLETT DSO MC
Royal Fusiliers - She
Homeward bound from India
died on the 17th July 1936
in the Red Sea


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To the Glory of God/and
In Loving Memory of
FRANK STEWART WHITTINGTON RAIKES
Major in the Rifle Brigade who died
in the service of his country
at Sheranni Tochi Valley
Sept 4 1897 aged 43
He that loseth his life for my sake shall find it. St Matt x 39


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ALICE HANCOCK
Feb 24 1875 - March 13 1958
In loving memory


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Sacred to the memory of
JOANNA
wife of EDWARD PLOMER
of George Street Adelphi London
Solicitor
who died at Cove on the 22nd day of March 1823
in the 48th year of her age
and whose remains are deposited
in the vault of this church


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To the glory of God
and in loving memory of
HENRY FOARD HARRIS
of Park Hill, Farnborough Hants Esq
Justice of the Peace for Hampshire
Born 28th August 1835
Died 3rd September 1903
Also of ELIZABETH KATE his wife
Born 25th January 1842
Died 24th August 1913


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mason:T GAFFIN 63 Regent St London

To the memory of
ELLEN BUSBY
the faithful servant
and affectionate friend
to three gentlemen
of the MORANT family
This tablet is erected
by one of that family as a token
of his regard for her worth
She died March 22nd 1849
aged 73


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Sacred to the memory of
 ELIZABETH SARAH
wife of
JAMES SETON of London
and daughter of
HENRY and SARAH WILMOT
She died at
Clifton
on the fifth of February
1803
aged 43


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Sacred to the memory of
ANNE
wife of JAMES LUDOVICK GRANT Esqr of
Farnborough Hill
Married 20th May 1794
Deceased 20th January 1814
aged 41years
Whose remains are deposited in the vault
of this church
Gone is the beauty of that modest flow'r,
So sweet, so lovely in it's vernal bloom;
The noon tide sun hath drunk the morning show'r,
And death hath pluck'd it, to adorn the tomb!
Transplanted hence to Eden's blissful soil,
It's form shall brighten and it's bloom revive;
Nurtur'd by Him, whom blights can ne'er despoil,
The flow'r now wither'd, shall for ever live!
So she whose soul hath left this frail abode;
Shall rise immortal, summon'd by her God!


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Sacred to the memory of
GEORGE LAMB Citizen of London
who died March 16th 1791
aged 54 years
He was a kind and affectionate husband
a tender and indulgant father
and a sincere friend
dying lamented
by all who knew him
This monument was erected
by his much afflicted widow
and only son


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Sacred to the memory
of Mrs CAROLINE MORRIS
who departed this life
August 23rd 1797
Her exemplary merit/as a
daughter sister & friend
with every facial virtue
and amiable quality of the mind
endeared her thro' life
to all who knew her
and will be cherished in the memory
of/her surviving friends


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INACCESSIBLE BEHIND A CUPBOARD


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This organ was completely renovated
and equipped with electric blowing
apparatus through the generosity of
the Royal Armoured Corps AD 1946


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Sacred to the memory
of HENRY WILMOT Esqre
of Farnborough Place in this Parish
The reputation he acquired in his profession
is the best testimony
of his superior abilities and integrity
his social qualities and conviviality
are remember'd with regret
by all who knew him.
Those who enjoy'd his friendship
experienced the firmness and sincerity of it.
His tenderness in connexions
still more near and sacred
with the peculiar liberality he display'd
in the use of an affluence
chiefly acquired by his own industry;
are deeply felt by his surviving family
and imprinted on the mind
of his grateful son
who erects this slight memorial
of his father's worth
He met death with chearfulness and exultation
on the 3d of August 1794
aged 84


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Sacred to the memory of
SARAH wife of HENRY WILMOT Esqre
of Farnborough Place in this Parish
who departed this life the 25th of March 1793
aged 69 years
Her afflicted family erect this monument
to her superior excellence
in every relation of life
wherein she eminently displayed all those virtues
which are the genuine emanations
of a heart glowing with universal benevolence.
Her refined taste
and the brilliant tallents she possessed
she made subservient to all her domestic duties
Her piety and integrity
were invariable from her earliest infancy
the patience and chearful resignation
which supported her through many years
of severe sufferings
and were awfully conspicuous
in her last moments
constitute the most striking example
and brightest ornament
of the Christian faith


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Note:Rev BEN HUTCHINSON

The chairs in this extension
were given by his friends
in loving memory
of BEN


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In happy memory of
FRANCIS BENJAMIN HUTCHINSON
loving and beloved Rector of this Parish
1948-1977
To God be the glory


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To the glory of God and in memory of
HENRY DEVER who died 4th July 1897 and
of HANNAH his wife who died 13th May
1912, late of Farnborough Court, this
window is dedicated AD 1915


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To the glory of God
and in loving memory
of JESSIE CHALLACOMBE
called to her rest Jan 10th
1925
a servant of Jesus Christ
The women of Farnborough placed this tablet
in the church she loved as a tribute of affection
Also in memory of
WILLIAM ALLEN CHALLACOMBE
honorary Canon of Southwark
and Rector of this Parish
for 27 years died 16th February 1951
The souls of the righteous are in
the hand of God


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In Piam Memoriam
MARIAE KINCH
Filius suus huius Parochiae Rector
hanc tabellam posuit
obdormivit in Christo
die Novembris X MCMX
Anno Aetatis suae XC

In pious memory of MARY KINCH. Her son the rector of this parish placed this tablet. She fell asleep in Christ on the 10th of November 1910 in her 90th year


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In loving memory of
ARTHUR EDOE KINCH MA
Rector of this Parish for 29 years
who died on April 1st 1920
aged 70
The first Rural Dean of Aldershot
This tablet is erected by his friends
and grateful parishioners


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Note:Rev BEN HUTCHINSON

The chairs in this extension
were given by his friends
in loving memory of BEN
22nd November 1977


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Praise God for His
redeeming love in Christ
May this extension be a source of joy &
inspiration to all who enter: a place of comfort
to the troubled and a refuge to the tempted
Dedicated by the Bishop of Guildford
September 29th 1964
W L PRAED; J E N PETERS Churchwardens
Canon F B HUTCHINSON Rector


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In memory of
the Right Honerable Sir ARTHUR ANNESLEY
1st Earl of Anglesey Baron ANNESLEY in the Peerage of England
Viscount Valentia and Baron Mount Norris in the Peerage of Ireland
P.C. Treasurer of the Navy 1667 Lord Privy Seal to His Majesty King
CHARLES 2nd 1673. He died April 6th 1686 and is buried in this church
Also the following members of the ANNESLEY family interred here
JAMES 2nd Earl of Anglesey Eldest son of the 1st Earl died 1st April 1690

JAMES ANNESLEY died 21st Januy 1702 ] sons of the 2nd Earl
JOHN ANNESLEY died 10th Sept 1710 ]- and successively
ARTHUR ANNESLEY died 1st April 1737 ] Earls of Anglesey

ARTHUR ANNESLEY the 5th Earl was one of the Lords Justices of England,
after the death of Queen ANNE, till after the arrival of King GEORGE the 1st
and High Steward of the University of Cambridge P.C.

ALTHAM ANNESLEY 1st Baron Altham 2nd son of the 1st Earl of
 Anglesey died 26th April 1699
MARY daughter of the 1st Baron HAVERSHAM and wife of ARTHUR
5th Earl of ANGLESEY died January 20th 1719
Also of the 1st Earl of Tyrone who died a prisoner in the
Tower of London 14th October 1690
He married the Lady DOROTHY ANNESLEY daughter of the 1st
Earl of Anglesey
Erected in memory of his ancestors by
Lt General Sir ARTHUR LYTTELTON- ANNESLEY KCVO
Colonel 11th Prince Alberts Own Hussars
1908


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Sacred/to the memory/of
Lieut General FRANCIS GRANT
Fourth son of Sir JAMES GRANT of Grant Bart
in whom
the brave and active soldier
the affectionate husband, father and friend
were conspicuously united.
He quitted this mortal life
for an happy immortality
universally lamented
Decr the 29th 1781
aged sixty three


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Sacred/to the memory of
VALENTINE HENRY WILMOT
son of
HENRY and SARAH WILMOT
He died on the fourth day of June 1819
in the Sixty second year of his age
And BARBARINA his wife
(afterwards Baroness DACRE)
who died 17 May 1854 aged 86


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Sacred to the memory of
KATHARINE SOPHIA COX
relict of JOSEPH COX Esqr of Stanford Berks
who died Jan 13th 1780 in the 76th year of her age
having strictly fulfilled the several duties of
wife, parent & friend.
Her/justice & generosity
were truely noble; & (contrary to her wishes)
in some instances too conspicuous to be conceal'd.
Her social disposition endeared her to all
and gladdened ev'ry circle.
In her/frugality/was the brightest virtue
as it was practised only to supply the means of/charity.
Full of years respected & belov'd
she met her dissolution
with the same serenity she had lived
in humble hope of divine acceptance
through the merits & intercession of a
crucified Redeemer


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To the glory of God and in
memory of THOMAS LONGMAN
of Farnborough Hill
born December 22nd 1804
entered into rest Aug 30 1879
There remaineth a rest to the people of God


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In loving memory of
CONSTANCE ELIZABETH DORLING
of Duns South Farnborough for thirty
years a manager of the church schools
of this Parish 1852-1932
And of her husband
FRANCIS DORLING
late Lieut Colonel commanding
2nd Battn the Royal Sussex Regiment
formerly of 96th Regiment 1850-1944


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To the glory of God and in memory of
HENRY DEVER who died 4th July 1897 and
of HANNAH his wife who died 13th May
1912, late of Farnborough Court, this
window is dedicated AD 1915


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To the memory of their child
MARY BARBARA MORANT
who died October 2 1852
aged thirteen years
This tablet is erected by
G & I M
We shall go to her but she shall not return to us
The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away
Blessed be the name of the Lord


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Sacred to the memory of/MARY
wife of GEORGE MORANT Esqr of Farnborough
Place who died Feb 17th 1838 aged 47 years
She followed whilst on Earth the
narrow path which leadeth to/salvation
Her life was a life of charity
her tenderness of heart
and the benevolence of her disposition
endeared her alike to the lowly and rich
her value as a wife
and the kindness and extreme affection
of her parental conduct
can alone be felt by a bereaved husband
and children who mourn her irreparable loss:
living she rejoiced in a firm tho' humble faith in Jesus
and when her gentle spirit left this world
she was through the merits of the redeemer
prepared to meet her God.
May we die the death of the righteous
and may our last end be like hers


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Sacred to the memory of
GEORGE MORANT Esqre
late of Farnborough Place who died
at Henbury House Wimbourne Dorset
on the 17th December 1875 aged 84 years
His body was the last to be interred beneath this church
This memorial was erected by his surviving children in
affectionate remembrance of the kindest of fathers
Thou shalt come to thy grave in a full age like
as a shock of corn cometh in in his season/Job v v26


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The S Aisle and N and S transepts
of this church were built and the
roof of the nave restored 1900-1
and the work dedicated by
RANDALL, Lord Bishop of Winchester
on the 14th of May 1901
ARTHUR E KINCH rector
HENRY PIDCOCK-HENZELL
EDWIN S McLAURIN churchwardens


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LOVE
In loving memory of MADELINE MARTHA MORRIS
wife of Lieut Col G J MORRIS who passed over 30th December 1928


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To the glory of God
and in loving memory of my dear husband
GEORGE FREDERICK ARNEY
born 23rd Septr 1849 died 30th Janry 1920
At rest in the Lord
And of his wife LOIS WILSON
who died June 22nd 1930 and was
cremated at the Crematorium, Woking


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Badge of the 55th Royal Armoured Corps
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This tablet is to commemorate
the worship at this church of
the officers, warrant officers,
non-commissioned officers and men
of the 55th training regiment, Royal
Armoured Corps, during the war
1939-1945


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1939-1945

With humble thanks to Almighty
God for our safe deliverance and
in honour of those of this church
who gave their lives

N J CLERKE R N HILDRED
G A COOKE W J HUXTABLE
F CREIGHTON R J D JAGGARD
N S GRAEME C I MITCHELL
M G HENDERSON F H PORTER
G S HENSBY A C RUSSELL
D J SMITH

At the going down of the sun and in
the morning we will remember them


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To the glory of God
and in loving memory of FLORENCE ELIZABETH GERRARD WILSON 1893-1952
This library was formed by her husband as a token of deepest love and gratitude


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In memory of JANE LUCY HATTON
1882-1952
The lighting of this library
was given by her family


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In loving memory of
WALTER COTGREAVE
1910-1984


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In loving memory of the
life and witness of
ARTHUR CHARLES DACOMBE
24.10.61


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In memory of JOY DIAMOND
aged 22 years 19 February 1952
God made her life a shining light


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To the glory of God
our church was enlarged in 1963
this stone was laid on St Peter's Day
by A G PITT Esq MBE
Peace be within these walls


NOW in Church Tower
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PAINTED WOODEN BOARD
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Near
this place lieth ye
body of Mr WILLIAM
PARKES of this Parish who
died on ye 2d day of Decemr
1730 aged 88 years. And by his last will
and testament did devise and bequeath
all those his Freehold Lands lying and
being in Cove in the Parish of Yateley
in the County of Southampton unto ye
Church-Wardens & Overseers of ye poor
of this Parish of Farnborough for the
time being for ever. In trust that they
the said Church-Wardens & Overseers
shall pay or cause to be paid yearly &
every year for ever the Rents, Is
sues and Profits of his said Freehold
Lands unto such of the poor pe
ople of this Parish as shall not at the
time of payment thereof be kept or
any ways relieved by the Parishioners
of this Parish out of any money
that shall be raised by a Rate on
the Parishioners, and did order that
the Rents, Issues and Profits shall be
paid as aforesaid on the one and
twentieth day of December yearly
and every year for ever
He that hath pity upon the Poor
lendeth unto the Lord and that
which he hath given will he
pay him again Proverbs XIX 17


In Church Hall
Transcriber:KVS

On February 11th 1956 this
stone was laid by the
Bishop of London the
Rt Rev H C MONTGOMERY
CAMPBELL. The building
of this hall marks an
extension in the life and
witness of this church
To God be the glory