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Please note - This page is incomplete and additional notes will be added shortly.

SurnameFirst NamesAbodeWhen BuriedAgeNotes
WILLIAMSJohn WalterCold AshbyMarch 20th75#349 * T32
MARRIOTTEustaceGreat BringtonMarch 27 87#350 * T52
HOLMANFrederick AlbertLittle BringtonApril 8th67#351 * T.51
DIANA,  PRINCESS OF WALESKensington Palace, LondonSeptember 6th, 199736#352* 
McBRIDELois MaryGreat BringtonDecember 31st94#353 * T50

#   Denotes Entry Number in the Current Burial Register

T     Triangular Plot - Between the Lych Gate and the East Gate.   Please note the reference "T32" etc is not an official number, but purely an aid to identify the location of a known grave site on this Website.

*  John Walter Williams' Abode is shown as 6, Stanford Close, Cold Ashby.   His gravestone is located in the Triangular Plot, T32.

*  Eustace Marriott's Abode is shown as 53, Great Brington.   His grave is situated in the Triangular Plot, where he is interred in the same grave as his wife, Daisy Alice Marriott #390.   Mrs. Marriott passed away in November, 2007 a few days before she was due to celebrate her 100th Birthday.  It is situated next to that of Frederick Holman, T51.

*  Frederick Albert Holman lived at Little Brington.   He passed away on 1st April, 1997 aged 67 years/    His grave is located in the Triangular Plot at T.51.

*  Lois Mary McBride's Abode was 74, Great Brington (on the Whilton Road).  Her Maiden Name was Stowe and she was the eldest child of Mrs Harriett Alice Boulton #251 and her first husband, Ernest Stowe,  who died in World War I.   His name is on the War Memorial.   Lois passed away 18th December, 1997, aged 94.   Her grave and headstone can be found in the Triangular Plot, T50.  

*Diana, Princess of Wales.    On page 45 of the Current Burial Register for St. Mary's Church, Great Brington - Entry Number 352 records the burial of the Late Diana, Princess of Wales in Althorp Park on the 6th September, 1997   Her Abode is shown as Kensington Palace in London.  This entry bears the signature of Victor Malan, Officiating Minister.