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SURNAMEFirst NamesAbodeWhen BuriedAgeNotes
WILSONElizabethGt. BringtonMay 12th86#269  *
VINNINGRuby FrancesLt. BringtonAugust 4th79#270  *
SPENCERCynthia, Countess    AlthorpDecember 7th75#271  CR

#  Denotes Entry Number in the Current Burial Register

*   Elizabeth Wilson's Abode is shown as 8, Council Houses, Great Brington.   The address has been changed to reflect the name of the small field on which these houses were built shortly after WWII., i.e. "The Pound".

*   Ruby Frances Vinning lived at The Manor Pony Stud (Close to the former Blacksmith's in Little Brington).   She bred miniature ponies, which often appeared on stage in Pantomimes at local theatres.   Many children in the village had fond memories of displays arranged by Miss Vinning and her friend Rose Launchbury (see # 285).

*  Countess Cynthia Spencer was the wife of Albert Edward John Spencer, the 7th Earl. Her Cremated Remains were laid to rest in the Spencer Vault within St. Mary's Church on 7th December, 1972.   For many years she was a Lady-in-Waiting to H.M. Queen Elizabeth, when Queen and later the Queen Mother.   Her name still lives on and is very familiar to hundreds of families in Northamptonshire, through the dedicated work of "The Cynthia Spencer Hospice" in Northampton.