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SurnameFirst namesAbodeWhen buriedAgeNotes
GROOMAlfredAlthorpMarch 23rd68 years*
GEORGEElizaGt. BringtonMay 29th72 years
ROLFECarolineNorthamptonJune 10th76 years**
HAYNESMaryGt. BringtonNovember 8th74 years
MANNINGMary AnnNobottleNovember 16th68 years
THREADGOLDOlive RoseGt. BringtonDecember 7th 25 years***

*     Alfred Groom's "Abode" is shown as The High Wood, Althorp

**    Caroline Rolfe's "Abode" is shown as 32 Edith Street, Northampton

***   Olive Rose Threadgold's "Abode" is shown as Ridgeway Farm, Gt. Brington.   It used to stand on the site of the present Ridgeway House.  The original farmhouse was destroyed by fire, when the son of the vicar rather foolishly disposed of a cigarette end between the floorboards of his bedroom upon hearing the approach of his mother on the staircase.   The Reverend Pendleton was preaching from the pulpit, when the news was broken to him that his thatched roof was going up in flames.   Despite help from many villagers to douse the fire, the lack of water pressure (rather than prayers) was the greatest problem.  The brown stone walls on either side of the entrace gates off Main Street are just about the only remnants of Ridgeway Farm still visible.