F 1 OWEN. (G.I.97)

Large upright sand-stone, pointed top. In / affectionate remembrance of / Ada, / daughter of / Thomas OWEN, / Pilot of this port, / who died 13th August 1871, / aged 9 months. / Also William Samuel, / son of the above, / who died 14th March 1874, / aged 14 months. / *Of such is the kingdom of heaven.* / Also Eliza, wife of the above, / who died 8th Sept. 1880, / aged 51 years. / *Her end was peace.* / Also of the above named / Thomas OWEN, / who died on the 21st August 1901, / aged 75 years. / *Safely moored.*

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E Gaps x 4.

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E 12 JACKSON. (G.I.96)

Large upright sand-stone, small round top, lowered curved shoulders. In loving memory / of / Mary Ellen, / beloved wife of James JACKSON, / who died 18th March 1916, / aged 57 years. / *Her end was peace.* / Also Lance Cpl. Thomas JACKSON, / L;pool Scottish, (our hero) / beloved son of the above, / who died 1st July 1918, in Chatham Hospital, / from wounds received in France, / aged 26 years. / And was interred here. / *In the midst of life we are in death.*

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E 11 EVANS, ROBERTS. (G.I.95)

Large sand-stone, arched top, small lower angled shoulders, lying flat on its back. Er / serchog goffadwriaeth am / Jane, / gweddw E. R. EVANS, / yr hon a fu farw yn 74 Allington Street / Aigburth Road Mawrth 24ain 1916, / yn 73
mlwydd oed. / Elinor ROBERTS, / chwaer yr uchod / yr hon a fu farw yn 74 Allington Street / Aigburth Road Hydred 31ain 1916, / yn mlwydd oed. *Goffadwriaeth y cyfiawn sydd fenigedig.

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E Gap x 1.

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E 9 WISHART, McLELLAN, BRYSON. (G.I.93)

Large upright sand-stone, small round top, lowered curved shoulders. In / loving memory / of / Lillian WISHART, / who died 7th April 1918, / aged 7 years. / Suffer little children to come unto Me, / for of such is the kingdom of heaven. / Also Fanny Jane McLELLAN, / beloved wife of Lindsay McLELLAN, / and mother of the above, / who died 30th September 1919, / aged 44 years. / *Peace, perfect peace.* / Also Janet Allen (Nettie) WISHART, / eldest daughter of the above / who died 18th February 1923, / aged 17 years. / *Thy will be done.* / Also Henry Richard BRYSON, / who died 27th February 1936, / aged 58 years. / *Rest in the Lord.*

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E Gaps x 3.

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E 5 CARLISLE. (G.I.89)

War grave. Asst. Engineer / F. CARLISLE MMR. / Fleet Messenger *Race Fisher* / 26th April 1916 age 60

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E 4 WILLIAMS. (G.I.88)

Large sand-stone, pointed top, small lower angled shoulders, lying flat on its back. In loving memory of / William Morris WILLIAMS, / beloved husband of / Jenny WILLIAMS, / who departed this life / 24th June 1916, aged 51 years. / At rest. / Also in proud and loving memory of / dear Glynne, 1/6th K.L.R. / eldest son of the above / who bravely fell in action on the Somme / 9th September 1916, in his 23rd year. / *Gone west with the glory of / the setting sun.* / Also the above, / Jenny WILLIAMS, / who departed this life / 8th January 1947, aged 81 years. / *To live in the hearts of those / we love is not to die.*

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E 3 HUGHES, ACOCK. (G.I.87)

Large upright sand-stone, pointed top, lowered curved shoulders. In / loving memory of / Jane, / the beloved wife of William HUGHES, / who passed away 3rd July 1916. / *She is not dead but sleepeth.* / Also William HUGHES, husband of the above / who fell asleep 5th March 1919, / aged 72 years. / *The dead in Christ shall rise first.* / Also of George Sneezum ACOCK, / dearly beloved husband of Annie ACOCK / and son-in-law of the above / who fell asleep 31st May 1924, / aged 48 years. / *He giveth His beloved sleep.* / Also Annie ACOCK, / the beloved wife of the above / who departed this life 27th April 1936. / *Reunited.*

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