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SurnameFirst namesAbodeWhen buriedAgeNotes
CAPELLOwenBugbrookeJanuary 12th73 years
JUDGEMarkGt. BringtonMarch 9th79 years
ADAMSJohnBrixworthApril 27th59 years*
MARRIOTTJohnNorthamptonApril 29th33 years**
REDLEYHarriettGt. BringtonMay 4th74 years
JARRETTHenryGt. BringtonJune 6th73 years
REDLEYElizabethGt. BringtonAugust 14th69 years
ELLIOTTFrankGt. BringtonAugust 30th48 years
GEORGEWilliamLt. BringtonSeptember 5th70 years
RASDALLGeorgeLt. BringtonSeptember 17th87 years
HAYNESElizabethGt. BringtonOctober 19th73 years
HAYNESAlbert Samuel Gt. BringtonNovember 1st17 years
ALIBONEElizabeth AnnGt. BringtonNovember 12th71 years

*  John Adams' place of "Abode" is shown as Brixworth Workhouse.

*  John Marriott's "Abode" is recorded as "Barry Road Hospital for Wounded Soldiers, Northampton".   He died on the 24th April, 1918 and is buried in St. Mary's Churchyard, Great Brington.   A photograph of his official war grave headstone and inscription  can be found by "clicking" on "Cenotaph".

11th of November, 1918 became known as Armistice Day.   A list of those who gave their lives from the Parish are recorded on both the Memorial Brass within the church, as well as on the Cenotaph in the Main Street of Great Brington. With the exception of John Marriott (above) none are recorded in the Burial Register.