Small upright white stone, straight top, small lower stepped square shoulders. In loving memory of / Catherine / wife of Sidney Edgar PALMER / and daughter of the late John TURNER / died 2nd July 1920. / Also of Sidney Edgar PALMER / died 23rd November 1939. / Also / Mary Wyncotte PALMER / daughter of the above / died 1st Nov. 1968.
Large upright pink marble obelisk on a tiered base. In / loving memory of / George W. ROBERTS, / of St. John, N.B. / who died at his residence, / Sandheys, Mossley Hill / Liverpool, / 8th December 1888, / aged 66 years. // Also / Catherine M. / wife of George W. ROBERTS, / who died 4th March 1905, / in her 83rd year. / George W. ROBERTS, / son of Edmund ROBERTS, / and grandson of the above, / who died 5th April 1909, / in his 21st year. // Also / George Edwin, / youngest son of / George W. ROBERTS, / who died 22nd September 1911, / aged 50 years. // ROBERTS
Large upright grey stone, pointed top, square shoulders. In / affectionate remembrance of / Hannah / wife of Thomas WHITNEY. / Died 18. June 1888. Aged 68 years. / Also of the above / Thomas WHITNEY. / Died 31. May 1901. / Aged 85 years. / Also of Robert John. / Second son of above. / Born 1. Oct 1855. / Died 15. Feb. 1919.
Small upright white stone, round top, missing finial/cross, square shoulders. In loving memory of / Robert Allan McCULLOCH, / died 30th Dec. 1933, aged 85 years. / And Agnes Fyfe, his wife, / and eldest daughter of John TURNER, / died 7th Dec. 1909, aged 58 years. / Also Charles Turner, their infant son, / died 28th May 1887.
Large upright pink marble, pointed top with a finial, square shoulders. In / loving memory of / John TURNER, / who departed this life 1st April 1890, / aged 65 years. / Also John Nicholson, / second son of the above, / who died 9th Feby 1895, / aged 38 years. / Also Catherine Ann Harding / wife of John TURNER, / who entered into rest 14th Decr 1898, / aged 73 years. / Her children arise up and call her blessed. / Prov.31.28.
Large upright grey stone Maltese cross on a large base with curved sides. In loving remembrance of / Thomas DRYSDALE, / of Buenos Ayres, / and Mossley Hill, Liverpool, / who died at Southampton, / on 30th May 1890, aged 76. / *Not slothful in business; fervent / in spirit; serving the Lord.* / Mary Denholm, / wife of the above, / who died on 11th May 1898, aged 70. // DRYSDALE.
Large upright pink marble, pointed top with a finial, square shoulders. In / loving memory of / John Dugald, / infant son of W. N. and J. S. TURNER, / June 3rd 1891, aged 6 months. / *Suffer little children to come unto Me.* / And of the brothers / Frederick Harding TURNER, B.A. Oxon. / aged 26 years. / William Stewart TURNER, / aged 32 years. / Both Lieutenants 10th (Scottish) Batt. / King;s Liverpool Regt, / the former was killed in action in Flanders / January 10th 1915, / and was buried in the Churchyard at Kemmel, / and the latter fell in the charge at Hooge, / June 16th 1915, / near which spot he lies among those of / his comrades who fell in that gallant action. / *Greater love hath no man than this, that / a man lay down his life for his friends.* / Also of / William Neil TURNER, / father of the above, / who died 9th April 1917, aged 63 years. / *Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.* / Also of / Jessie Stewart Holder, / his wife / who died 3rd September 1946, aged 95 years.
Large upright grey stone Celtic cross on a grey marble tiered base. In loving memory of / Melville, / beloved wife of Samuel SMITH, / who died 15th March 1893, aged 54. / Also James Gordon SMITH, / their dear son / who died 4th December 1898, aged 27 years. / Also the Right Hon. Samuel SMITH, / who died at Calcutta 28th Dec. 1906, aged 70 years. / And there interred in the Scottish Cemetery. / M.P. for Liverpool 1882-1885. M.P. for Flintshire 1886-1906. / Also of their infant son, who died 18th Nov. 1865, aged 2 months. / *In my Fathers house are many mansions; if it were not so / I would have told you, I go to prepare a place for you.* John. 14.2.
Large upright thin sand-stone Celtic cross on a tiered base. In memory of / John TAYLOR, / Merchant, Liverpool, / second son of Rev. William TAYLOR, / born at Perth, 6. Nov. 1818, / died at Birkenhead 30. May 1893. / And of / Mary MacDowall, his wife.