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SURNAMEFirst NamesAbodeWhen BuriedAgeNotes
WILLIAMSMay AnnieLt. BringtonJanuary 28th77#250 *
BOULTONHarriett AliceGt. BringtonFebruary 11th84#251 *
WOOLMANAnnie ElizabethNorthamptonApril 4th77#252 * CR
REDLEYMartin WilliamGt. BringtonApril 13th23#253 * CR

# Denotes the Entry Number in the Current Burial Register

*  May Annie Williams' Abode is shown as the Forge, Little Brington.   The old Blacksmiths Forge no longer lives up to its name.   In 2008 the property was renovated and is now a private residence.

*  Harriett Alice Boulton's Abode is shown as 74, Great Brington.  Her husband Ernest George Boulton died in 1965.  See Notes for 1965 regarding No. 74.

*  Annie Elizabeth Woolman's Abode is shown as 4 Cranbrook Road, Northampton.  During the period of World War II, she lived in Great Brington and was a teacher at the village school in Little Brington.   Her Cremated Remains were interred in the grave of her parents.

*  Martin William Redley was an Officer in the R.A.F. and died in a flying accident in the Far East.  His parents lived at 29 Great Brington.   His Cremated Remains are interred with those of his father William Thomas Redley #302 and his Grandmother Emma Anderson #282.