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SurnameFirst namesAbodeWhen buriedAgeNotes
HAYNESSamuelGt. BringtonJanuary 26th73 years
THOMPSONGeorgeLt. BringtonFebruary 17th47 years
SANDHURSTVictoria AlexandriaLondonMarch 17th50 years *
HAWGOODRoseLt. BringtonMarch 27th5 days
HAYNESElizaNobottleApril 5th85 years
ANDERSONHarryNobottleApril 12th9 months
ALTHORPMargaretNorthamptonJuly 9th37 years**
DUNKLEYElizabethGt. BringtonOctober 29th82 years
GOUDEElizabethGt. BringtonNovember 9th86 years
MANNINGAnnieLt. BringtonDecember 11th45 years
REDLEYJohnLt. BringtonDecember 21st85 years
MAINGeorgeNobottle;December 28th69 years

*     Victoria Alexandrina Mansfield, Baroness Sandhurst was the daughter of Frederick, 4th Earl Spencer, KG and his second wife Adelaide Horatia Elizabeth Seymour. Her place of "Abode" given in the Register is 60, Eaton Square, London SW.    Lady Sandhurst was a sister of Charles Robert, 6th Earl Spencer, KG.   a photograph of her tombstone can be found by clicking onto the "Plan of churchyard" followed by "Spencer graves in the churchyard".

**   Margaret, Viscountess Althorp's place of "Abode" is shown as Dallington House.  It is now situated within the boundary of Northampton.   Dallington House has been converted into private apartments.   Lady Althorp (nee Hon. Margaret Baring) was the wife of Charles Robert who later became the 6th Earl Spencer.  She was the sister-in-law of Lady Sandhurst, see above.   By clicking on the "Spencer graves in the churchyard" you will find not only a picture of her gravestone, but also an interesting story about the crystal ball, which at one time sparkled in the sunshine atop the tall column.