Home
A-Z index of graves
Burials 1782 to 1812 A-Z list
Burials 1813 to 1929 A-Z list
Burials 1929 to 2017 A-Z list
Burial records by year
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
Cremations 1949 to 2017 A-Z
Plan of churchyard
History
Lineage
Surrounds
St John
War Memorial
   ~ ~ ~
Book of Remembrance
   ~ ~ ~
Services & Benefice
Events
Events Archive
Contact
Electoral Roll
List of Priests
~ ~ ~
Friends of St Mary's
   ~ ~ ~
Photograph Album
   ~ ~ ~
Guestbook
   
 



SurnameFirst NamesAbodeBurial DateAgeNotes
THREADGOLDRichardGt.Brington18th January19 yearsConsumption
BEARDAmeliaGt.Brington3rd June27 years Heart Complaint Sudden
GEORGEMaryGt.Brington28th June63 yearsApoplexy
GEORGEJaneGt.Brington28th June27 yearsDaughter of above *  See below    
THREADGOLDRebeccaLt.Brington20th JulyConsumption                No age given
DAVENPORTBenjaminLt.Brington4th August29 yearsConsumption**
JUDGEAnnLondon10th August73 Years*** See below
THREADGOLDElizabethLt.Brington30th July7 months
DUNKLEYThomasLt.Brington9th September79 years
KINGCharlesGt.Brington25th September74 yearsChurch Warden
REDLEYWilliamGt.Brington26th September47 years

*    Jane George's entry above has the following annotation -

      "Daughter of above,(i.e. Mary George) crippled and half witted.  Sudden.  Coroner's Warrant"

**     Benjamin Davenport was the Baptist Minister in Little Brington.   He died of "Consumption" at the age of 29.   His grave and headstone is situated next to that of Joseph Campion (See also notes for 1853).

***    Ann Judge's place of Abode is shown as Curzon Street, Mayfair, London.

      Her husband was William Judge.  He is listed in the Burial Record for 1823 and it shows  him as being a Butler to Earl Spencer.  Their gravestones and inscriptions are the first two listed as R.1 and R.2 on the plan of the churchyard.