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SurnameFirst namesAbodeWhen buriedAgeNotes
ANDERSONSamuel JamesNobottleJanuary 4th3 months
ANDERSONCharlotteGt. BringtonJanuary 13th67 years
COPELLHenryLondonJanuary 23rd58 years*
CALLOWGladys AnnieGt. BringtonFebruary 17th7 months
WORLEYWilliamLt. BringtonFebruary 26th80 years
FISHERRebeccaGt. BringtonMarch 2nd87 years
ELLIOTTThomasGt. BringtonMarch 28th77 years
ROLFEJoshuaNorthamptonMarch 24th20 years
HUMPHEREYWilliam HenryLondonApril 3rd82 years**
THREADGOLDWilliamLt. BringtonApril 12th54 years
DUNKLEYElizaGt. BringtonApril 21st78 years
DUNKLEYCatharineGt. BringtonMay 15th89 years
ANDREWJohnLt. BringtonOctober 18th50 years
MOODYEmma MaryGt. BringtonNovember 3rd50 years
TARPLEYLucyGt. BringtonNovember 10th60 years
HAYNESWilliamGt. BringtonNovember 13th51 years

*   Henry Copell's "Abode" is shown as Hanover Square, London

** Sir William Humpherey's "Abode"  is shown as 23 Bruton Street, London W. and "The Cottage", Great Brington.   The latter was a very large house (despite its name)  with stables attached. It was sited off Main Street, immediately behind the War Memorial.  Apart from the stable block which has been converted into two private houses, the only other sizeable reminder of its existence are two sandstone piers which marked the main entrance.  "The Cottage" was demolished shortly after World War II.