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SurnameFirst namesAbodeWhen buriedAgeNotes
HAYNESMuriel AmeliaGt. BringtonFebruary 14th4 months
GOUDEElizabethBringtonMarch 1st38 years
ANDERSONSarahBrixworthMarch 5th - Ash Wednesday81 years*
HARRISONMary JaneLondonMarch 22nd58 years**
MOODYAlice RebeccaBexhillMarch 27th65 years***
REDLEYEmilyLt. BringtonMay 23rd67 years
ANDERSONJamesHarlestoneJune 13th76 years
ANDERSONErnest HenryNobottleJune 16th55 years
JUDGEMariaBringtonJuly 18th83 years
WYKESTheophilusLt. BringtonSeptember 9th70 years
GOLDBYEdwardBrixworthSeptember 10th68 years****
BUFTONJanetAlthorpSeptember 25th72 years*****
HUMPHERYMaryHollington November 6th86 years******
HICKMANCharles HenryLt. BringtonNovember 17th34 years

*   Sarah Anderson place of "Abode" The Infirmary, Brixworth.

**    Mary Jane Harrison's "Abode" shown as 12 Exmoor Street, London W.10.

***   Alice Rebecca Moody's "Abode" shown as The Grove, Hollington, Bexhill, Sussex.

****  Edward Goldby's "Abode" The Infirmary, Brixworth.

***** Janet Bufton's "Abode" The Lodge,  Althorp.

****** Mary Humphery.   There are several interesting points to mention.   She was the widow of Sir William Humphery and had lived at The Cottage, which was located close to where the Cenotaph (War Memorial) now stands.   A note in the left-hand margin of the Burial Register written by the Rector, Harold Omer Cavalier reads "Mary Catherine, Lady Humphery" at the time of her death she was living at The Grove, Hollington, Sussex.  She was laid to rest alongside her husband Sir William near to the gate at the eastern end of the churchyard.   An imposing red polished marble cross can be seen from the main gates to the churchyard making their grave easy to locate.