K 2 WARD. (G.I.1)

Large upright sand-stone, pointed top. In affectionate remembrance of / Mary, / eldest beloved daughter of / William and Ada WARD, / who died 17th November 1915, aged 21 years. / Vera, / their dearly loved youngest daughter / who died 4th June 1931, aged 25 years. / Also William, / dearly loved husband of / Ada WARD, / who died 6th April 1939. / Aged 71 years. / Also Ada, / dearly loved wife of the above / William WARD, / who died 1st January 1951, / aged 83 years. // *All who live must die, / passing through nature to eternity.* / *In His will is our peace.*

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K Gap x 1.

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J 14 BURROWES. (G.I.27)

Large white stone, small curved top, lower square mantle shoulders, lying flat on its back. In loving memory / of / Mary BURROWES, / who died 8th January 1914. / Also / Margaret Ann BURROWES, / mother of the above, / who died 7th April 1917. / Also George BURROWES, / husband of Margaret Ann, / and father of Mary BORROWES, / lost at sea, New Zealand, / 18th May 1879.

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J Gaps x 5.

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J 8 CLEATOR. (G.I.21)

Large grey marble, curved top, broken and re-sited. In ever loving memory of / James, / the beloved husband of Rebecca CLEATOR / who died 25th March 1914, aged 48 years. / *In Thy presence is fulness of joy.* / Also Elizabeth Emma CLEATOR, / dearly beloved daughter of the above / who died 15th June 1914, aged 17 years. / *Jesus wants me for a sunbeam.* / Also John Charles CLEATOR, / (London Post Office Rifles) / dearly beloved & devoted only son of the above / who was reported missing in France / 10th September 1918, aged 19 years & 11 months. / *Too dearly loved ever to be forgotten.* / Also Evelyn May CLEATOR, / beloved & devoted last & only surviving / daughter of the above / who fell asleep through Jesus 13th June 1923, / aged 23 years. / *Made patient through long suffering, / and loved by all who knew her.* / Also Lilian Grace CLEATOR, / who died in infancy. / Also the above Rebecca CLEATOR, / who died 23rd January 1940, aged 79 years.

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J 7 CARGILL. (G.I.20)

Large upright sand-stone, arched top, small lower angled shoulders. In / loving memory / of / Margaret CARGILL, / who died 31st March 1914 / aged 78 years. / *At rest.* / Also James CARGILL, / elder son of above / who died 28th Oct. 1937, / aged 64 years. / *Until, beloved.*

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J 6 ANDERSON. (G.I.19)

Small upright white stone, straight top, lower square shoulders. In loving memory of / our dear mother / Lydia ANDERSON, / died 25th Jan. 1960, aged 77 years. / At rest.

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J 5 WEALTHY. (G.I.18)

Large sand-stone, pointed top with a finial, square shoulders, lying flat on its back. In loving memory of / Minnie WEALTHY, / who died suddenly at Ramsey, I.O.M. / 24th May 1914, aged 19 years. / Interred here 27th May. / Also of Pte. J. Henry WEALTHY (Pals) / aged 24 years. / Missing at Guillemont 30th July 1916, / since presumed killed on that date. / Also of John Henry WEALTHY, / father of the above, / who died 1st April 1925, / in his 62nd year. / Also Amelia WEALTHY his wife, / who died 13th December 1946, / aged 81 years. / Also Elizabeth Ellen, / daughter of the above. / Died 24th July 1963. / *Blessed are the pure in heart*

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J 4 WINDSOR. (G.I.17)

Three white stone tiers, missing cross. In / loving memory of / Helen, / the beloved wife of / John WINDSOR, / who died 18th April 1914. / *In God;s good time.* / Also of John WINDSOR, / husband of the above, / who died 29th March 1926.

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J 3 PATTINSON, MUNDY. (G.I.16)

Small upright sand-stone, curved top, raised square shoulders. In loving memory of my dear husband / James PATTINSON, / who died 4th July 1941, aged 68 years. / Also our beloved daughter Edith M. PATTINSON, / who died 28th Nov. 1915, aged 11 months. / And Mary Ann MUNDY, her grand-mother, / who died 25th Jan. 1929, aged 84 years. / Also Edith, loved wife of above / died 29th Oct. 1970, aged 88 years.

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