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SURNAMEFirst NamesAbodeWhen buriedAgeNotes
THOMPSONMayLt. BringtonJanuary 4th81#41
REDLEYJamesLt. BringtonJanuary 9th78#42
DURRANTNellieAlthorp ParkFebruary 2nd23#43
REDLEYJohnLt. BringtonApril 12th80#44 *
HADLEYSarah ElizaAlthorpApril 21st51#45 *
MANNINGJosephNobottleJune 30th78#46
GEORGEBenjaminGt. BringtonAugust 13th92#47
REDLEYRuthGt. BringtonAugust 27th66#48
STOWCharlotteGt. BringtonOctober 3rd78#49
GENTEmmaLt. BringtonDecember 24th71#50

# Denotes entry number in Current Burial Register

*   John Redley's "Abode" is shown as Washington House, Little Brington

*   Sarah Eliza Hadley's "Abode" is shown as Station Cottages, Althorp Park.   The cottages still stand, however, nothing remains of Althorp Station, which was demolished under the plans of Dr. Beeching.   On 13th May, 1950, King George VI, Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret visited Silverstone on the occasion of the first British Grand Prix.  Following the race they visited Althorp and enjoyed tea with Earl & Countess Spencer.  Later that afternoon they arrived at Althorp Station where the Royal Train was  waiting along with several thousand onlookers.