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SURNAMEFirst NamesAbodeWhen BuriedAgeNotes
WILLIAMSEthel GwendolineLt. BringtonOctober 10th92#372 T59 *
JONESMark MeurigGt. BringtonOctober 13th48#373 T46 *
HEAPSPeter WilliamNobottleDecember 11th65#374 T64 *
JEFFREYGlennys AndreaRavensthorpeOctober 4 200354#397 CR C8B *
SMITHGeorge ArthurGt. Brington200386#400 CR C4B *

#    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 "T2" etc is not an official number, but purely an aid to identify the location of a known grave site on this Website.

*   Ethel Gwendoline Williams' Abode is shown as Little Brington, where she had lived for many years.   She passed away on the 2nd October, 2003, aged 92 years.  Her grave and headstone can be found on the Triangular Plot, see T59.   Her husband, Albert Thomas Williams #377, always known as "Bert", died 26th July, 2004, and is interred in the same grave.

*   Mark Meurig Jones' Abode was in Gt. Brington.   The name of the house being "Bleachments" which stands on the corner of Main Street and Back Lane.   He died on the 5th October, 2003 aged 48 years.   His grave and stone are located almost in the middle of the Triangular Plot - T46.   The grave of his parents, Owen #303 & Nora #380, is to the side of the path leading to the Lychgate - T8

*   Peter William Heaps lived in Nobottle at Grove House.   He died on December 3rd, 2003.   His headstone on the Triangular Plot is very close to the East Gate.  A photograph of the stone and its inscription can be seen at T64.

* +   Glennys Jeffrey's Abode is shown as Ravensthorpe.  Her date of death has not been recorded, but the date of the Interment of her Cremated Remains is given as 4th October, 2003.   The ashes were buried  in the special Cremation Plot and her Memorial Plaque can be seen at C8B, the details are brief - only the actual years of birth 1949 and death 2003 are shown. 

*+   George Arthur Smith's Abode is given as Great Brington, but he spent many years hearing the clock on St. Mary's  chime the passing hours and occasionally was treated to the full peal of bells from the tower, in fact he lived in one of the houses near the ancient stone cross just across from the church.   He died on the 24th February, 2003 but no date of burial has been entered into the Current Register.   His Cremated Remains were buried in the special Cremation Plot and his Memorial Plaque,C4B,  shows his name and the years 1911 - 2003.   His age therefore, was not 86 (shown in the Register) but 92 as recorded in the Book of Remembrance.

*+   These last two entries, Glennys Jeffrey and George Smith are out of date sequence.   They were entered five years after the actual burial of ashes and can be found on Page 51 of the Current Burial Register, which probably accounts for the missing or wrong information.