# Denotes Entry Number in the Current Burial Register
CR Cremated Remains
CP Cremation Plot - Between the Main Pathway and South wall of the churchyard.
T Triangular Plot - Between the Lych Gate and the East Gate. Please note the reference "T.6" etc is not an official number, but purely an aid to identify the location of a known grave site on this Website.
* Charlotte Ivy Williams' Abode is shown as 3, Council Houses, Little Brington. She died on 5th January, 1981 and her headstone can be found beside the footpatch leading to the Lychgate, T6
* Ethel Oliver's Abode is shown as 63, Grasscroft, Long Buckby, but for many years she had lived in Great Brington. She died on 5th February, 1981 and her Cremated Remains were interred in the grave of her first husband, William George Threadgold #64, who died in April, 1936. Affixed to the stone cross on his grave is a small brass plate bearing the name of Ethel Oliver. A short distance away is another headstone also bearing the name William George Threadgold, who died in 1943.
* Grace Woolman's Abode is given as 4, Cranbrook Road, Northampton. Formerly she had lived in Great Brington, in a semi-detached thatched cottage almost adjacent to Dairy Farm. She was a teacher at Brington School during the period of WWII. Her Cremated Remains were interred in her father's grave, William Gibbs Woolman who died in 1935 #58.
* Jessie Marguerite Stewart's Abode was Steeple Hill, Little Brington. She died on the 18th July, 1981. Her Cremated Remains were the first to be interred in the special Cremation Plot (CP) located at the foot of the South boundary wall, near to the tall pine trees. To access photographs click on "Plan of Churchyard" then "Cremation Plot". Jessie Marguerite Stewart's #298 plaque is C11A and her husband, #327 plaque is C11B who died on the 28th December, 1992. His ashes were interred on the 7th January, 1993 and therefore details are listed under that year. Another point of interest can be found by clicking on "Book of Remembrance". It shows that it was given by Isobel Davies, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart.