St. Andrews Church Charmouth - Memorials & Gravestones
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St. Andrews Church plan of Church showing Memorials
1 HODGES 16 WILLIAMS 30 POULSON 44 BRAY 58 HONOURS
2 GRIFFITHS 17 BULLEN 31 INNES 45 GALPIN 59 HODGES
3 SCHALCH 18 DAY 32 INNES 46 BIRKETT 60 RECTORS
4 PALMER 19 BULLEN 33 SHUTE 47 SMITH 61 ADDITIONS
5 LIDDON 20 REMEMBRANCE 34 HALES 48 FURNIS 62 BLACKING
7 TUCKER 21 BRAGGE 35 BRETON 49 CONNOR 63 STUART
8 VERE 22 COLLIER 36 DIMOND 50 HALES 64 HODGES
9 SPILLER 23 BRETON 37 WESLEY 51 HALES 65 BRAGGE
10 NORRIS 24 BRETON 38 GOOD 52 SMITH 66 MARCON
11 ELLESDON 25 GORDON 39 PAVEY 53 SCHALCH 67 BULLEN
12 PAVEY 26 SANKEY 40 ELLESDON 54 CANDLESTICKS
13 HODGES 27 BRETON 41 TAYLOR 55 NICHOLS
14 BRAGGE 28 BRETON 42 HARRIS 56 ELLESDEN
15 OVENS 29 FOWLER 43 WINDOW 57 ~
No. Surname Epitaph  
1 HODGES In Memory of/The Revd. THOMAS HODGES, M.A/of Trinity College Cambridge,/Sometime Curate in charge of this Parish of Charmouth;/who died April 18th 1847 aged 64 years/Also of MARIA, his wife,/who died May 27th 1871,aged 77 years/This tablet was erected by the only surviving child/MARIANNE, widow of THOMAS BENNET EDWARDS,/late Vicar of St. Stephen's by Saltash, Cornwall/in grateful memory of most kind and loving parents/Requiescant in Pace/ +Jenkins, Torquay.  
2 GRIFFITHS To the Memory of/JOHN GRIFFITHS Esqre./late of /who died in this Parish 17th Septr. 1822/in the 68th year of his age/Also of ELIZABETH, his widow/who departed this life/16th April 1824/in the 56th year of her age.  
3 SCHALCH This Window is very ornate and includes two scenes. The upper one depicts St.Philip in conversation with the Ethiopian eunuch, treasurer to Candace,Queen of the Ethiopians.
Lower window shows an elderly woman appearing to be bringing a child in her arms to give to a woman lying in bed The second woman is decidedly unhappy with her hand over her heart. The clothing is biblical, the furnishings Middle Aged.
Over the hand of Philip is the word ESAIA written on an intrusive piece of white glass and, in like fashion, the word BENONI on the bed curtain between the baby's head and that of the woman in the bed. At the bottom of the window - To the Memory of PHILIP SCHALCH and MARY his wife.
 
4 PALMER In/loving memory of/EDMUND CLEEVES PALMER/who departed this life/at Wainfleet, Lincolnshire;/3rd lanuary, 1881/aged 59 years. +Sanders Euston, London.  
5 LIDDON In memory of/Capt.MATTHEW JOHN LIDDON RN./who died May 3rd 1864/aged 63 years/"We cannot Lord thy purpose see/But all is well that's done by thee."  
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7 TUCKER Window 2 depicts Jesus at Nain stopping funeral procession of Mother taking her son to be buried. Ref. Nain, St.Luke Ch.7 v 13.
In Caram Memoriam/ ANDREW TUCKER OB. 24th Deer. 1868, Aetat 49.
 
8 VERE SYDENHAM F.VERE/Obit, 19th Feby, 1803/aged 42 years/" At the remembrance of thy worth/Friendship drops a tear". + Gibbs.Ft.Axm.  
9 SPILLER To the memory/of JULIA wife of ROBERT SPILLER of Guilford St.London/and daughter of JOHN ROBINS,Esq/who having for a few years/by a meek patient and affectionate disposition/continued the happiness of her husband and family/died at her father's house in this place on the 2nd day of May 1811/in the 31st year of her age/This testimony is inscribed by her afflicted husband/as a last tribute of his respect and affection  
10 NORRIS In loving memory of/HUGH LEIGH NORRIS,/Fleet Surgeon R.N. H.M.S. Indefatigable/son of the late Dr.HENRY ' EDMUND NORRIS of Charmouth/who lost his life in the Battle of Jutland/May 31st 1916. Erected by his wife.  
11 ELLESDON H S.E./ANTONIUS ELLESDON armiger/hujus ecclesiae partronus,/cujus moenia/novis aedificiis ornavit,/cujuc redditus/sua pariter ac Regia munificentia adauxit./Fuit ille/vir mitis et placidi ingenii/qui hoc ruris angulo consenescens/et bene latuit,et bene vixit:/obiit fere octogenarius/vitae ante actae conscientiae/laetus,/singulari in Deum pietate/effusa in homines benevolentia/eximia in pauperes liberalitate/vere conspicuus./Viro optime de se merito/(in quo defecit stirps mascula/familiae de ELLESDON/hic loci per multos annos celebris)/hoc qualecunque monumentum/poni curavit/RICHARDUS HENVTLL mercator Bristoliensis,/defuncti ex sorore nepos./Ob. 13 Nov. 1737,aet.79V In hoc quoq: tumulo reliquiae ANNE, matris/ANNAE uxoris et CAROLI fratris ANTONII ELLESDON,/deponuntur.
to Anthony Ellesdon, 1737, and later inscriptions to Ann his mother, Ann his wife and Charles his brother, wall-monument of white and veined marbles with flanking three-quarter Ionic columns and pedimented entablature, by M. Sidnell of Bristol, the cartouche above is probably from a late 17th-century monument; on S. wall,
 
12 PAVEY Window 3, the East window, dominates the Church mainly because of the clear glass which allows light to flood in - It depicts: -Christ still wearing his loin cloth with a red cloak over his shoulders, and holding a pennant with red cross on a white background. Beneath is a ribbon with "Death is swallowed up in Victory" on it. Below is a young angel holding the three nails surrounded by the crown of thorns. Above is a large crown and,on both sides there are three angels blowing trumpets.
In the bottom left corner - To the Glory of God and to keep/in Memory GEOGE PAVEY and his daughter GERTRUDE MARY PAVEY/this window was given in 1936.
 
13 HODGES Sacred to the memory of JOSEPH,/only son of the Rev T HODGES of Trin.Coll.Camb.A.M./and MARIA his wife./"Forgive,blest shade! the tributary tear that mourns thy exit from a world like this;/Forgive the wish that would have kept thee here,/And stayed thy progress to the realms of bliss".
white marble wall-monument with figure-subjects in relief, c . 1835
 
14 BRAGGE In memory/of the Rev./Mr.EDWARD BRAGGE,M.A./late Rector of this parish./Obt. August 15 1747,aet.70./Also/MARTHA his wife./Obt.March 3,1769,aet.68/Their Sons out of a/Filial Duty and Respect/cause this to be erected/Anno Domini 1769.  
15 OVENS In Memory of/CLAUDE DIGBY OVENS,/Rector of Charmouth/from 1933 until his/death on 9th Feb 1945.  
16 WILLIAMS In Memoriam/ALWYN TERRELL PETRE WILLIAMS/1888 - 1968/Lord Bishop of Durham and of Winchester/who spent the evening of his days/in Charmouth/A man greatly beloved.  
17 BULLEN In memory of/CHARLES BULLEN,Captain in the Royal Navy a Justice of the Peace for Dorset/and MARY ANNE (BAKER) his wife. They resided/for many years at the Manor House in this/parish,and died at a ripe old age/honoured and beloved by all their/neighbours. The remains are interred/in the Churchyard adjoining Christmas, 1885.  
18 DAY in loving memory of/ROBERT DAY.  
19 BULLEN In memory of SIMEON BULLEN,esq,/for many years a respected inhabitant/of this parish/who died March 1,1822, aged 75 years;/Also of/ELIZABETH,/wife of the above,and only daughter of/WILLIAM FITZHERBERT,esq,/of Chideock in this county,/who died Feb.21,1819,aged 81 years./ Their remains are deposited in a vault/in the chancel of Chideock church./ This tablet is erected in accordance with the wishes of their youngest son,/JOHN BULLEN,esq./late of this parish,and/of New Inn,London,/in testimony of his respect for the memory/of his parents.  
20

BOUCHER
COLES
COX
GILLENDER
GRINTER
GRINTER
HOBBS
LARCOMBE
LOCK
NEWTON
OGLE
PIDGEON
REID
ROWLAND
SHINER
SLOMAN
SMITH
REID

MORRIS
CANN
DAMPIER
FORSEY
GO0DFELL0W
INNES
LLEWELYN
MARSH
NEWTON
NEWTON
SOUTHWELL
LIDDON-VINES
WEBSTER

In a glass topped desk, directly below the Bullen Monument stands the Book of Remembrance - Prefaced-to the Glory of God and in proud and grateful memory of those from the Parish of Charmouth who gave their lives for the freedom of mankind.
1914 - 1918
L/Cpl. M.G.BOUCHER 2nd K.E.H.
Gunner W.G.COLES Royal Field Artillery
PteG.COX lstDorsets
Lieut A.W.GILLENDER 3rd South Staffs Regt.
Pte. E.GRINTER 3rd Dorsets.
Gunner W.GRINTER Royal Garrison Artillery
Driver R.J.HOBBS Royal Field Artillery
AB A E LARCOMBE HM.S.Nottingham
Pte. H.LOCK 1st Dorsets
Bdr V.A.NEWTON Royal Garrison Artillery
Lieut. T.B.OGLE 2nd Dorsets
Cpl. A.PIDGEON 15th Welsh Regiment
Capt. J.G.REID 11 th Worc's Regt.
Pte W.H.ROWLAND 1st Dorset
Dvr. HG SHINER Royal Army Service Cps.
Pte. F G SLOMAN l/4th Devons
Pte. BF SMITH 1st Dorsets
MILDRED I REID V.A.D.
1939 - 1945
Capt CHARLES MORRIS
CANN G.M. Royal Engineers
Sgt.RONALD ERIC ARTHUR DAMPIER RAF.
Cpl CHARLES WILLIAM FORSEY Seaforth Highlanders
Musician J.GO0DFELL0W Royal Marines,H.M.S.Ajax
Lieut.MAXWELL CAMPBELL INNES Royal Navy
Wing Commander JOHN GRIFFITH LLEWELYN RAF.
Air Gunner C.MARSH RAF.
A.B. E.NEWTON H.M.S.Neptune
A.B. S.A.NEWTON H.M.Submarines
Pilot Officer ANTHONY J.SOUTHWELL RAF.
Sgt. H. LIDDON-VINES RAF.
Sgt. L.B.WEBSTER 4th Dorset.

 
21 BRAGGE The Rev. EDWARD BRAGGE was Rector of/Charmouth from 1698 - 1747. He married Mrs.MARTHA TROYTE in 1730./He so loved his dinner table that he asked/to be buried in it. His coffin was actually/made from this./His descendant JOHN BRAGGE figured in the/quarrel between JAMES WARDEN and/NORMAN BOND.  
22 COLLIER Sacred to the memory of JAMES COLLIER esq./of Dodington, Staffordshire/died 3 October, 1849,/and MARY ANNE his wife,/died 2 Jan. 1823.  
23 BRETON Window 4 depicts two ladies, one in a green robe the other in a blue, one has a large anchor, the other a wooden cross. Beneath is written:- "I look for the resurrection of the dead/And the life of the World to come"
At the bottom of the window - In loving memory of EDWARD ROSE BRETON M.A.:Rector of Charmouth/who fell asleep Jany 16th 1875 aged 71/This window is/erected by his widow HELEN C. BRETON Ao Dni 1878.
 
24 BRETON In memory of/HELEN CATHERINE BRETON,/widow of EDWARD R.BRETON M.A./sometime Rector of this parish/died April 15th 1902/aged 89.  
25 GORDON THOMAS GORDON,esq/of Middleton Court in the county of Somerset/and of Charmouth,Dorset,/died on the 21st day of March, 185 5,/in the 96th year of his age./On the 31st day of January in the same year/died JANE-CHARLOTTE his wife,/aged 80 years./This monument is erected to their memory/by MARY ANNE and LOUISA SHORT/their nieces and coheiresses.  
26 SANKEY To the Glory of God/and in proud and loving memory of Lieut /WILLIAM MANDEVILLE SANKEY M.C. 2nd Monmouth Regiment, who died at Ypres/March 23rd 1918. from wounds received the/previous day,aged 23 years (only son of Colonel/A.R.M.SANKEY,Royal Engineers).  
27 BRETON

In memory of MARY eldest daughter of EDWARD R. and HELEN BRETON/who died June 15th 1865 aged 19 year

 
28 BRETON This window is erected by the family/of the Revd.EDWARD R.BRETON./Rector of Charmouth,/in affectionate remembrance of his deeply lamented daughter/A.D.1865  
29 FOWLER Sacred to the memory of/JANE FOWLER/widow of JOHN FOWLER of Cullumpton,merchant/who entered into her rest,Nov.l7,1830,/aged 72 years. Her children's trust and consolation is/that their loss/is her exceeding great reward/Also of MARY CULVERWELL,her sister/who died May 27, 1830 aged 83./"The Memory of the just is blessed".  
30 POULSON Sacred/To the Memory of ELIZABETH POULSON,/wife of GEORGE POULSON,esq./late of Clifton,near Bristol/and daughter of the late/DAVID DAVIES.esq surgeon,Royal Navy,/who sweetly fell asleep in Jesus,/Aug.7,1854./"Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord'VThis tablet is erected,/As a tribute of grateful love to the/Best and Tenderest of Mothers,/By her bereaved/Daughters.  
31 INNES To the Glory of God/and in everloving memory/of/CHARLE ALEXANDER INNES/Deputy Surgeon General A.M.D./Born 14th December 1831/Died 17th March, 1920/and of his wife/JESSIE MARY ARNOLD/Daughter of General/HUBERT MARSHALL (Madras Army)/Born 13th December 1849/Died 9th May 1909/This Tablet is placed here by/their Children in grateful/and affectionate rememberance.  
32 INNES In proud and loving memory/of/MAXWELL CAMPBELL INNES/Lieutenant R.N.V.R./who died of wounds/Received in the Straits of Dover/On 23rd April 1942. Aged 33  
33 SHUTE Sacred/to the memory of/THOMAS SHUTE,Esq/whose remains are deposited in an/enclosed burying ground on the south side of the tower/He died February 8th 1814 in the 68th year/of his age/Also/of FRANCIS SHUTE, his widow./buried in an adjoining grave/She died April 29th 1824/in the 75th year/of her age.  
34 HALES In loved memory of/ARTHUR JOHN SHIRLEY HO ARE HALES M.C./Captain in the Wiltshire Regiment/who was killed in action in the battle/of the Somme 5th July 1916 /And of/CHARLES EDWARD HOARE HALES/2nd Lieutenant Wiltshire Regiment/who died of illness contracted on/active service 22nd Novr. 1917/The dear sons of the late/Major General ARTHUR HALES/Royal Iniskilling Fusiliers/and only grandsons of the late Revd./JOHN DIXON HALES/Canon of Rochester Cathedral/formerly Rector of Charmouth/in whose incumbancy this/Church was rebuilt 1836./They were lovely and pleasant in their lives/and in their death they were not long divided./May they,the last of their valiant race/rest in peace /"O risen Lord O Shepherd of our dead/Whose cross has brought them and whose staff has led/In glorious hope their proud and sorrowing land/Commits her children to thy gracious hand"  
35 BRETON In Memory of CHARLES EDWD B.BRETON Captain 4th KOR Regt. eldest son/of EDWD.R. & HELEN BRETON who died at Malta, March 18th 1866, aged 31.  
36 DIMOND As part of the Memorial window 6 there is a brass plaque inlaid in the sloping sill of the window. This window is erected by MRS. EDWD DIMOND,/sister of the Rev.EDWARD R.BRETON,/Rector of Charmouth,/in affectionate remembrance of her Nephew Capt.CHARLES EDWD BRETON/AD 1867.  
37 WESLEY Below window 6 in a small picture frame are photographs of the signatures of BARTHOLOMEW WESLEY and his son JOHN copied from the Deeds of a house in Charmouth which they sold on 24th March 1668. BARTHOLOMEW was Rector of Charmouth from 1640 - 1662 When he retired he lived for a time in Bridport where he practised medicine He died and was buried in Lyme in 1670. JOHN was Vicar of Winterbourne
Whitchurch from 1658 - 1662: he left when the Act of Uniformity came into force and henceforth he led the life of a wandered. His death is shrouded in mystery. His son SAMUEL was the father of JOHN and CHARLES. It should be noted that, in the "Short History of St. Andrew's Church, Charmouth" reference is made to BARTHOLOMEW WESTLEY, Rector of Charmouth 1640 - 1662, and it is pointed out that, according to Proc. WESLEY HUT.Soc.,1937, vol xxi,part 2, BARTHOLOMEW and JOHN "of the Charmouth Registers must not be confused with the Grandfather and Great-Grantfather of JOHN and CHARLES WESLEY".
 
38 GOOD Sacret to the memory/of the Rev.JOSEPH GOOD,B. A/who departed this life, 16th of April, 1817, aged 81 years,/Also of/ELIZABETH his wife,/who died 9th April,1816;in the 79th year of her ageV'Mors Janua Vitae".  
39 PAVEY This Window is in the Shouth wall of the Annex and is mainly clear diamond glass except for two medallion stained sections. One section visible from the Gallery only, shows Sancta Cecilia with two little cherubs with halos and one is playing a primitive hand-held musical intstrument (A Psaltery)? The lower medallion, visible in the Annex only, shows a youth playing a harp. A ribbon carries "Praise Him with the Psaltery and Harp." In the bottom right-hand corner is a square section containing "To the Glory of God/and to keep in memory/CLARA ANN PAVEY/this window was given in 1938".  
40 ELLESDON Above the door leading from the Annex to the Tower area is a painted board bearing the Coat of Arms of the Above the door leading from the Annex to the Tower area is a painted board bearing the Coat of Arms of the ELLESDON family. Left-hand side of the shield "Reed/Ano/ifyed/Anth:/l 732". Right-hand side "ifyed/Beaut/By/Elles/don Esq." family. Left-hand side of the shield "Reed/Ano/ifyed/Anth:/l 732". Right-hand side "ifyed/Beaut/By/Elles/don Esq."  
41 TAYLOR This Window in the North Wall of the Annex is mainly clear diamond glass, but in this case there is only one stained medallion and that is at Annex level. It shows Christ blessing a man who is kneeling before him reverently. In the right-hand lower corner it says - In loving Memory of/ARTHUR EDGAR TAYLOR/and EILEEN his wife".  
42 HARRIS In memory of/Mrs.MARY HARRIS/wife of/STEPHEN HARRIS,Esq./who died January the 7th 1812/Aged 66.  
43   The Window between Annex and north door depicts, at the top, the baptism of Christ in the River Jordan with the caption "This is my beloved son" and below, Christ taking the children in his arms and blessing them. (No Dedication).  
44 BRAY Sacred/to the memory of/Lieut.GABRIEL BRAY,/Royal Navy,/who died on the 6th December, 1823/aged 73 years,/Also of MARY his wife,/who died on the 20th of October, 1835,/aged 73 years  
45 GALPIN oloured picture of Charmouth Church,foundation stone laid July 8th 1835,opened 1836. CHARLES FOWLER Architect. D.A.HAGUE, Litr.to the King. + A.PICKEN from a drawing by GALPIN.  
46 BIRKETT Black Church Bible. In loving memory of/MILES BROCK BIRKETT D SO Captain Royal Navy Died March 29th 1948.  
47 SMITH Red Bible. In loving memory of FLORENCE SMITH a great friend and mother to her sons and daughters 1858 - 1948.  
48 FURNIS Black Bible. Presented to Charmouth Parish Church in loving memory of ROBERT JULY AN FURNIS January 1937.  
49 CONNOR Black Family Bible. Presented to Charmouth Parish Church by Mrs.M.K.CONNOR Widow of ARTHUR CONNOR 1960. 149 ARTHUR BENTLEY CONNOR. A xxi st birthday present from his Uncle M.WHITCHECH CONNOR and Aunts E.M.CONNOR/ ALICIA M.CONNOR/AGNES M.CONNOR. September xx mdcccci.  
50 HALES In the Safe there are several items. Cruet in the sense of a small bottle for holding wine, glass with silver attatchments. On a band around the middle of the cruet - In loving memory of MAJ. GENERAL ARTHUR HALES O Bit Apl 1904/from ENDS
Includes an Elizabethan cup with a band of engraved ornament on the bowl, a pair of cups of 1787–8, a stand-paten of 1716 engraved with the arms of Ellesdon, an alms-dish of 1834 and a Sheffield-plate flagon of 1823
 
51 HALES Silver Chalice.To the glory of God and in dear memory of MAJOR GENERAL ARTHUR HALES,27th Iniskillings, who was baptised and a devout communicant in this Church, OB. 1904 RIP. This Chalice and Paten are offered by his loving wife and children.  
52 SMITH Bread Offering Box. In memory of/W.R.SMITH/Churchwarden 1934 - 1959.  
53 SCHALCH Brass Cross. To the glory of God and in loving memory of/ANNA MARTHA SCHALCH/died 1915/and of MARY EDITH SCHALCH/died 1924  
54   Pair Brass Candlesticks - Stem open twisted. Each has the inscription. ACE. EXDONO/B.DeM.E./A.D. MCMXIII.  
55 NICHOLS Brass Book Rest. To the Glory of God in memory of BERNARD M.R.NICHOLS. Born 20.6.22. Died 2.5.92.  
56 ELLESDEN Silver Paten. In the centre of the Paten is the ELLESDEN family Crest. Across the middle is "Deo", on the left-hand side "et Ecclesia" on the right "Sacrum".  
57      
58 LEWIS
BIRKETT
BROCK
ATTRILL
DUNN
CHARLES
HOARE
HODGES
HOLLY
HUNTER
HUNTER
LARCOMBE
LARCOMBE
LARCOMBE,
LARCOMBE
MITCHELL
REAL
STORK
SIMMONS
TAYLOR
WHITE
Land Forces

BACK
BARROW
BARRETT
BOUCHER
BOUCHER
BOUCHER
BOWDITCH
BRADFORD,
BURRIDGE
BUTTENSHAW
COLES
COX
COX
COOK
COOK
DAVIES
DAVIES
DENNER
FLORY
GEAR
GIBBS
GOLLOP
GOODING
GORDGE
GRABHAM
GRINTER
GRINTER
GRINTER
GILLINGHAM,
HAINES
HALLETT
HAYES
HENLEY
HOBBS
HODGES
HODGES
HODGES
HOLMAN
HOLMAN
HUNTER
HUNTER
INNES
INNES
JOHNSTON
JOHNSTON
JONES
KNOTT
LARCOMBE,
LOCKE
LOCKE
MYERS
NEWTON
NIBLETT
NICHOLLE
NICHOLLE
NICHOLLE
OGLE
PAINE
PIDGEON
PIDGEON
POOLE, FREDERICK
POWELL
REID
ROWLAND
SCOBELLS
SCAMELL
SIBLEY
SIMMONS
SMITH
SMITH
STORK
STORK
STORK
STORK
SYMES
SYMES
TIPTON
WATSON
WATSON
WATSON
WOODFORD

COLES
COX
GILLINGER
NEWTON
OGLE
SHINER
SLOMAN
SMITH
REID

Roll of Honour (Normally kept in the Vestry, place). but has been framed recently and will be hung in a suitable place).
Sea Forces
WATSON LEWIS
BIRKETT, M. BROCK
ATTRJLL, JOHNE.
DUNN, ANDREW
CHARLES, ALFRED
HOARE, JACK
HODGES, ARTHUR
HOLLY, JACK
HUNTER, EDWARD
HUNTER REGINALD
LARCOMBE, CHARLES
LARCOMBE, ROBERT
LARCOMBE, ARTHUR RIP.
LARCOMBE, TOM
MITCHELL, CHARLES
REAL, WILLIAM RIP.
STORK, HARRY
SIMMONS, ALBERT
TAYLOR STEPHEN
WHITE, FREDk.
Land Forces

BACK, HUBERT
BARROW, PL.
BARRETT, ARTHUR
BOUCHER JACK
BOUCHER MONTAGUE R.I.P.
BOUCHER GERALD
BOWDITCH H.
BRADFORD, ALFRED
BURRIDGE. ARNOLD
BUTTENSHAW, R.J.H.
COLES, FRANCES
COX, JACK
COX, HARRY
COOK, ALBERT
COOK, HARRY
DAVIES, P.R.M.
DAVIES, ERNIE H.
DENNER, R.
FLORY, JACK
GEAR, HARRY
GIBBS, CHARLES
GOLLOP, IVAN
GOODING, A.
GORDGE, WILLIAM
GRABHAM, WILLIAM
GRINTER WILFRED RI.P.
GRINTER ERNEST RIP.
GRINTER SIDNEY
GILLINGHAM, EUGENE
HAINES, J P.
HALLETT, ALFRED
HAYES, COURTENAY
HENLEY, THOS.
HOBBS, REGINALD RIP.
HODGES, EDWIN
HODGES, ALFRED
HODGES, PERCY
HOLMAN, EDWARD G.
HOLMAN, JAMES
HUNTER, ALFRED
HUNTER, ERNEST
INNES, HECTOR M.
INNES, HUBERT
JOHNSTON, D.K.
JOHNSTON, H.
JONES, EMLYN
KNOTT, STRATTON
LARCOMBE, HARRY
LOCKE, JOHN
LOCKE, HERBERT RIP.
MYERS WALTER
NEWTON, EMANUEL
NIBLETT, HERBERT
NICHOLLE, HERBERT
NICHOLLE, JOHN M.
NICHOLLE, ARTHUR V.
OGLE, J.E.
PAINE, A.
PIDGEON, HARRY
PIDGEON, ARTHUR RIP.
POOLE, FREDERICK
POWELL, EDMUND
REID, J.G RIP.
ROWLAND, WALTER RIP.
SCOBELLS, WILLIAM
SCAMELL, WILLIAM
SIBLEY, WILLIAM
SIMMONS, J.W.T.
SMITH, HUGH
SMITH,PERCY
STORK, ALBERT
STORK, ROBERT
STORK, CHARLES
STORK, JOHN
SYMES, WARREN
SYMES, PERCY
TIPTON, WW.
WATSON, JAMES
WATSON, JOHN
WATSON, PHILIP
WOODFORD, PERCY
There are not 102 names on the Roll of Honour as the Roll states.
The following names appear on the War Memorial but not on the Roll of Honour:
COLES, W G
COX, G
GILLINGER AW.
NEWTON, V.A.
OGLE, G.B
SHINER H.G.
SLOMAN, F.G
SMITH, B.F.
REID MILDRED I. V.A.D.

 
59 HODGES By the first pillar on the North Aisle a lectern with eagle to support Bible. Round the base: -
To the greater glory of God/and in loving memory of our parents/given by CHARLES HODGES,1930.
 
60   On the second pillar is a picture frame - a copy "Parocial Notes" giving a Hist of Rectors of Charmouth taken from Hutchins.
Rectors
RICHARD de la HEGH - 1332
REYNER de COLONN - 1335
ROBERT WARRENER - 1337
ROBERT NYGHTYNGALE
WILLIAM CORSELIN - 1349
WILLIAM TOLEFATE - 1362
WILLIAM de FORDINGTON - 1364
WILLIAM WOTHAM WILLIAM LANGERIGG - 1382
WILLIAM LAUNCE - 1392
JOHN THREDOR - 1435
THOMAS THORNER - 1439
RICHARD PIPER - 1439
JOHN NORTH - 1441
THOMAS NEWTON - 1464
THOMAS DYER THOMAS FITZ - 1465
EDWARD CAMBROOK - 1534
WILLIAM SONKEY- 1544
LAURENCE ORCHARD - 1560
JOHN EVANS - 1565
GEORGE ESTMOND - 1572
SAMUEL NORRINGTON - 1599
BARTHOLOMEW WESLY intruder - 1640
he was ejected after the Restoration.
TIMOTHY HALLET - 1662
WILLIAM LOCK - 1664
EDWARD or JOSEPH BRAGG - 1698
WILLIAM COMBE - 1747
JOHN AUDAIN- 1783
WILLIAM LOWDER GLOVER - 1827
JOHN DIXON HALES - 1833
JAMES WILLIAMS HATHERELL - 1839
EDWARD ROSE BRETON - 1843
HORACE MOULE- 1875
JOHN S.STEWART - 1879
WILLIAM WARD NICHOLLS - 1883
SPENCER EDWARD SIMMS - 1900
SIDNEY A.SELWYN - 1920
 
61   A picture frame on the 3rd pillar contains the same names but have in addition: -
C. STEPHEN - 1314
NORMAN O.G.BENNET - 1928
CLAUDE D.OVENS -1933
EDWARD J.MACKIE - 1945
HAROLD HACKING - 1963
R.H TINDALL LUCAS - 1969
JOHN H.POTTER - 1987
 
62 BLACKING On the first pillar of the South aisle is a frame containing a picture of the Sanctuary entitled
"The East End c 1895" Below is written: - In 1938 the two front pews were removed and the Sanctuary enlarged by bringing forward the Communion Rails. The 3 centre panels of the Reredos were covered by wooden panels painted by W.H.RANDALL BLACKING.
 
63 STUART In memory of/MARY NAPIER STUART/who died on Whit Monday/20th May 1872/Widow of DANIEL STUART, Esq./of Wikenham Park, Oxon.  
64 HODGES Floor Grave. Centre Aisle - to be read when facing the altar.
JOSEPH HODGES/aged 9 years/Died 1821/son of Revd.HODGES.
 
65 BRAGGE Floor Grave.Moving East - Beneath this stone/lieth the body of/WILLIAM BRAGGE/WILLIAM BRAGGE son of xxxxxxxxxxxxx/Also his wife MARY BRAGGE/Remainder illegible.  
66 MARCON In front of door to the enclosed area is a large stone which is to be read when facing West. Beneath this stone/is interred Mrs.ELIZth/MARCON who died/Sept 26 1895 aged 69 years/Her xxxxxxxxxxxx er Mrs./ELISY xxxxxxxxxxxx who died/April 15 xxxxxxxxxxxx aged 67 years/T.xxxxxxxxxxxxxE/WILLIAMxxxxxxx his son/who died xxxxxxxxxxx/ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 1850  
67 BULLEN The Gallery The organ was installed by cutting away the Minstrel's Gallery (parts of which remain). Painted on the front of the organ - Presented to Charmouth Parish Church by JOHN BULLEN, Esq. Oct. 18th, 1846. Restored Sept. 1884 by H.J.DICKER of Exeter.I.68 The following small plaques are fixed one beneath the other. T.C.BATES, Organbuilder, Ludgate Hill, London.  
68      
69   Organ Rebuilt by GEO. OSMOND, Organbuilder of Taunton.  
70   Rebuilt by KIRKLAND, London.  
71   Rebuilt by GEO OSMOND & Co. of Taunton, 1956.  
72 SLOMAN On left-hand side of the organ is hung a china plate around which in gold is written: -MARJORIE SLOMAN, Charmouth Organist 1941 - 1981  
73   Below is a Certificate of The British Institute of Organ Studies showing that the organ was built by T.C.BATES, 1846.  
74   War Memorial Stone Cross in the Street alongside The Royal Oak Inn. The names are embossed on four plaques.
In grateful memory of those of this Parish who gave their lives in the Great War 1914 - 1919.
W.G.COLES Gnr. R.F.A.
G. COX Pte IstDorsets
E. GRINTER Pte 3rd Dorsets
W.GRINTER Gnr R.G.A.
R.J.HOBBS Dvr R.F.A.
A.E.LARCOMBE AB, HMS Nottingham
J.G.REID Capt 11th Worc.Regt.
AW.GJLLENDER 2nd Lt, 3rd Sth Staff.
T.B.OGLE 2nd Lt., 2nd Dorset
M.G.BOUCHER L.Cpl. 2nd K.E.R.
V.A.NEWTON Bdr R.G.A.
A. PIDGEON Cpl. 15th Welsh Regt.
HLOCK Pte IstDorsets
W.H.ROWLAND Pte 1st Dorset Yeomanry
H. G.SHINER DrvRAS.C
F. G.SLOWMAN Pte 1 / 4 Devons
B. F.SMITH Pte 1st Dorset
MILDRED J. REED V.AD. 1939 - 1945
R.E.A. DAMPIER Sgt.R.A.F.
J.GOODFELLOW Musc.R.M. H.M.S. Ajax
S.A.NEWTON Lh Stoker H.M.S. Neptune
S.ANEWTON AB H.M.Subs
F.H.L. VINES Sgt. Air Gunner RAF
L.B.WEBSTER Sgt. 4th Dorset
Note 1. F.H.L. VINES appears as F.H.LIDDON- VINES in the Book of Remembrance in the Church.
2. Pilot Officer ANTHONY J.SOUTHWELL RAF. although appearing in the Book of Remembrance, does not appear on the War Memorial.
 
    An extract from The Report provided by the West Dorset Group of the Som,erset & Dorset Family History Society in 2001 compiled by Pat & Harold Faulkner.  
St. Andrews Church plan of Grave Yard
1 HOARE 23 BURROUGH 45 ILLEGIBLE 68 BRADBEER 93 WALKER
1 DUNN 24 BRICKELL 46 JOUENNE 68 RICHARD 94 DAVEY
2 FOWLER 25 CLAPCOTT 47 SHORT 69 ILLEGIBLE 95 HILL
2 CULVERWELL 26 RIDGES 47b GORDON 70 EDWARDS 96 ILLEGIBLE
3 BISHOP 26 HYDE 48 SHUTE 71 MABEL 97 SMITH
4 STUART 27 ROBINS 49 SMITH 72 DARKE 98 PALMER
5 BRETON 28 PRYER 50 CLEAVE 73 ILLEGIBLE 99 BURNARD
5 DIMOND 28 WOOD 50a HEMMING 74 WEST 100 POWELL
6 BRETON 29 WARDEN 51 ILLEGIBLE 75 DAVEY 101 ILLEGIBLE
7 SCHALCH 30 HILLMAN 52 NORRIS 76 SMITH 102 ILLEGIBLE
8 LOCKYER 31 BULLEN 53 NEWTON 77 ILLEGIBLE 103 GRANT
8 TUCKER 31 BAKER 54 POULSON 78 ILLEGIBLE 104 PITTS
9 LOWNDES 32 GARTxxxG 55 WISHCOMBE 79 ILLEGIBLE 105 MALING
10 TURNER 33 DAVIS 56 DANKS 80 ILLEGIBLE 106 ILLEGIBLE
11 FETHERSTONHAUGH 34 NORRIS 57 NEWBURY 81 GORDGE 107 HOLLY
12 ALLEN 35 ARNOTT 57 GORDGE 82 SNOWDON 108 SYME
13 LYMBRY 36 SYMES 58 WILLMENT 83 SHEPPARD 109 NORRIS
14 BRAY 36a ELIOT 59 CARTER 84 KENNAWAY 110 DURRANT
15 WEBBER 37 TEMPLER 60 BRADBEER 85 GRIFFITHS 111 LUGG
16 PIDGEON 38 PRIOR 61 CASE 86 ILLEGIBLE 112 STOCKDALE
17 PENNY 38 TEMPLER 62 WOONTON 87 GLYDE 113 TAYLOR
18 PENNY 39 WILSON 63 GEAR 88 TREACHER 114 CHAPMAN
19 DUNN 40 MORRIS 63 STEEL 89 NORRIS 115 CORFIELD
20 BURROUGH 41 BALLMER 64 MILDENHALL 90 READ 116 GRAHAM
21 HODGES 42 BORDES 65 ILLEGIBLE 91 BERRY 117 DARKE
21 PHILLIPS 43 ILLEGIBLE 66 WILLMENT 91 BIDWELL 118 ILLEGIBLE
22 BROKEN 44 ILLEGIBLE 67 STEPHENS 92 GUAVILLE 119 STANDEN
No. Surname Epitaph  
1 HOARE
DUNN

Large Gothic stone with dove motif. In/memoriam/ELIZ A /loving wife of/WILLIAM HOARE,and only/child of SAMUEL and CHARLOTTE/DUNN, late of this Parish, who/died November 28 th 1883,/aged 69 years./"Not lost but gone before"/And in/loving remembrance of/WILLIAM HOARE/who departed this life April 30 th 1881/aged 78 years/ 3 lines of verse illegible.  
2 FOWLER
CULVERWELL

Large Round Upright. Sacred/to the memory of/JANE FOWLER /who died November 17 - 18(3)0 aged 72./Also/of ANN LrNNINGTON /her sister who died November 27 - /1832 aged 68/Also/of MARY (CULVER WELD) xxxxxxxxx to the above/who died May 27 - 1838 /aged 82.  
3 BISHOP Medium Round. In memory of/CHRISTOPHER GEORGE BISHOP/born at Long Burton in the County/of Dorset in 1855 - died May 1883.  
4 STUART Horizontal triangular section stone on top of double plinth. Full length of plot.South Side In memory of/MARY NAPIER STUART/who died (20 th ) May 1872 aged 77 years/only daughter of THOxxx Captain xxxx of the /Royal Artillary/and who was widow of DANIEL STUART of Wykham Park-Oxfordshire/who she survived 25 years.
North Side Also of/CATHERINE STUART/born 7 October 1817 died 8 December 1891/second daughter of the said DANIEL STUART/buried in Willesden Churchyard/and MARY NAPIER STUART, his wife.
 
5 BRETON
DIMOND

Horizontal with cast iron railings, on plinth with coffin shaped Celtic cross in relief. North Side GEORGE BRETON/died March 14 th 1873/age 75 years.
South Side LUCY DIMOND/widow of EDWARD F.DIMOND Esq./died Oct.27 th 1891 aged 97/and is here laid to rest with her brother.
 
6 BRETON Double plot with cast iron railing surround on plinth. Two identical simple crosses each on 3 stage octagonal plinth, side by side. North Cross
East Face of top plinth MARY BRETON/ Second plinth Died July (15) 1865/aged 19 Third plinth "Blessed are the pure in heart" South Cross Top plinth
East Face and Adjacent Sides "Where I am there shall also my xxxxx Saviour be". St.John Chpt. xx Second Stage EDWARD (ROSE) BRETON M.A./Rector of Charmouth/fell asleep Third Sta ge Jany 16 ,h 1875 aged (71)
 
7 SCHALCH Large Horizontal pink granite slab with grey stone cross inset, on plinth with cast iron railings. South Face Sacred to the memory of/VERNON HUGH SCHALCH G.S.I./Bengal Civil Service/son of the late MAJOR JOHN AUGUSTUS SCHALCH H.F ICS/born December 8 th 1822/Died in London December 3 rd 1877 /"Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God".  
8 LOCKYER
TUCKER

Horizontal triangular section stone slab.cross on top on plinth with iron railings.
South Face In memoriam of/ELIZA LOCKYER the wife of/ANDREW TUCKER Esq. a resident of Charmouth/she died on the 2 nd August 1865/in the 32 nd year of her age.
 
9 LOWNDES Large Stone Cross decorated with Thorns. Curbed.
To the memory of/LETITIA BADEN LOWNDES/wife of SAMUEL LOWNDES Esq./of the Hxume Charmouth/died March 6 th 1870/aged 39 years./"For so he giveth his beloved sleep/Psm.cxxvii
 
10 TURNER Cross on Plinth, Curbed.
In affectionate remembrance of/GEORGE RICH TURNER/of Newlands/who died Sepr 22 nd 1875,/aged 72 years/Also of/MARY his wife/who died March 20* 1874/aged 73 years.
 
11 SAUMAREZ FETHERSTONHAUGH Small cross lying by triple plinth.
First Plinth In/loving memory xxxxxxxx/EVELYN
Second Plinth The dearly loved child of/ALBANY & EVELYN FETHERSTONHAUGH/who fell asleep at Catherston
Third Plinth Nov 2:1877 aged eight months/"Suffer the Children to come unto me".
 
12 ALLEN Small Cross on Triple Plinth. Top Plinth MAY ALLEN
Middle Plinth Born October 30* 1866/Died March 6* 1880 Bottom Plinth "Blessed are the pure in heart for/they shall see God".
 
13 LYMBRY

Table Tomb with Heavy Slab on Top.
South Face "Blessed are xxxx which xxxxxxxx/The Lord from xxxxxxxxxx/The Spirit xxxxxxxx/Their labour xxxxxxxxx xxOO/Remainder below ground.
West Face Here lieth the body of/MS MARGITxx xxxICKLY the/daughter of xxxx JOHN remainder below ground.
North Face " Prxxxxxx in the sight of/The Lord is he xxat xs/The Saints the Lord xxxxn/xx unto them that are of/a broken heart and savxx" remainder underground/xx such as remainder underground/ East Face For xxxxxxxxxxxx TMY/Rexxx remainder illegible.

In 1834 Roberts writes: In the churchyard, on a raised Tomb, much defaced. Margaret Stackley or Stuckley, the daughter of John Limbry. John Limbry appears on 1642 Protestation List for Charmouth. Probably Stukeley, a famous family from Affeton in Devon, who were sherriffs of the County.

 
14 BRAY Double Plot, originally with iron railings, large horizontal stone in centre.
Sacred/to the memory of/Lieut GABRIEL BRAY/who died 6* of December 18x3/next line illegible/Also of/MARY,his wife/who died/on the 20* of October 18xx/next line illegible. See Memorials inside Church. See Hutchins - page 225
 
15 WEBBER Large Table Top Tomb.
In memory of GEORGE WEBBER/who died July (4*) 1810 aged 68/Also of his wife SARAH WEBBER./who died May 5* 1816 aged 68 Also of his brother JOHN WEBBER/who died Aug. 7* 18xx aged (66).
 
16 PIDGEON Large Rounded.
In/affectionate remembrance/WILLI AM PIDGEON/who departed this life/November 13* 1875/aged 50 years/"In Heaven we part no more"/Also in/loving memory of/ANN/wife of the above who/departed this life/December 22 nd 1904,/in her 77 years./" At Rest With the Lord".
 
17 PENNY Large Rounded.
In/affectionate remembrance of/JOSEPH HENRY PENNY/who died Octr. 17* 1868/aged 5 years & 9 months./Also of/REUBEN BURROUGH PENNY/who died Octr.21 51 1868,/aged 3 years & 3 months/Two lines illegible/And of/REUBEN PENNY/father of the above who/died May 13* 1872/aged 41 years/Two lines illegible/Also of/ANNIE MARIA PENNY,/only daughter of the above/who died March 28* 1874/aged 5 years and 2 months/Two lines illegible.
 
18 PENNY Large Rounded.
In/memory of/MARTHA PENNY,/beloved wife of REUBEN PENNY/who died September 16* 1882/aged 52 years./'Thou O Lord/Art our Father,our Redeemer. "/Isaiah LXIII v x.
 
19 DUNN Large Upright, Curbed, Iron Railings.
In/memory of/JOHN/the beloved husband of/FRANCES GIBBS DUNN/who departed this life/November 4* 1871, in his 30* year./"Looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ/Unto eternal life./He shines in the light of God/His likeness stamps his brow/Through the shadows of death his feet have trod/But he dwells in glory now"./Also in affectionate remembrance of/FRANCES GIBBS DUNN,/widow of the above/who died Deer 27* 1890,aged 70/" All her earthly journeys past,/Every tear and pain gone by,/May we meet her at the last,/in the portal of the sky".
 
20 BURROUGH Medium Stone with cross motif.
Erected/to the memory of/JOSEPH BURROUGH/who departed this life/October 1 st 1866,/aged 82 years ./Also of GRACE his wife/who died July 23 rd 1884/aged 93 years/Verse illegible.
 
21 HODGES
PHILLIPS
Large Upright with IHS Motif.
Sacred/to the memory of/JANE wife of JOHN HODGES/who departed this life December 9* 1861,/aged 49 years/Also of/JOHN HODGES/husband of the above who died/December 18* 1874,/aged 64 years/And of/MARY wife of R.PHILLIPS and eldest/daughter of the above who died at/Murr (umundi) New South Wales Australia/July 8* 1870.aged 23 years/"Blessed are the xxxxxxx which die in the Lord".
 
22   Broken Stone, Flaking Badly, Illegible  
23 BURROUGH Large Upright, Rounded.
East Face In xxxxxx memory/of/HENRY BURROUGH,/remainder illegible.
 
24 BRICKELL Large Upright, Rounded with sunken panel. Panel In/Memory of/ Main Stone MARY ANN/wife of WILLIAM BRICKELL/who departed this life/August (16) 1873/aged (65) years/Also of WILLIAM BRICKELL,/husband of the above,/who died Deer (13) 1875/aged 79 years/And of EMILY OVERALL BRICKELL/who died Deer 16 th 1875,/aged 34 years./"I know that my Redeemer liveth".  
25 CLAPCOTT Large Table Tomb.
North Side This Tomb is erected to the memory of/PETER CLAPCOTT/who departed this life the 22 day of June 1813/aged 84 years. East Side No Inscription.
South Side (In) memory of LEAH the wixx xx PETER CLAPCOTT/who died January xx xxxx/aged xx. West Side No Inscription.
 
26 RIDGES
HYDE

Slab with iron railings.
In memory of/JOHN RIDGES Esq.,/died Nov.7 th (1823)/Also of/ANNE DIANA HYDE/(Grand) daughter of/the above who died June 7* 1872/ Also/DIAN A/daughter of the above/and relict of the late/xxxxxxx HYDE Esq. died/Sept xx. No.27 Stone Slab, originally iron railings. One and a half sized plot.
 
27 ROBINS (IHS)/xxx 181 l/(buried)/ (Lord of the Manor)/JOHN ROBINS Esqr/who departed this life/Sep xx 18(3)l/aged 85 years/Also of MARY ROBINS/his Grand daughter/who departed this life/March 15 th 1837/aged x9 years/Also of ANN ROBINS/who departed this (life)/( Could be daughter-in-law)  
28 PRYER
WOOD
Massive Stone Slab, 1 V4 plot size, with plinths supporting massive rectangular stone. Top may have supported a piece of stone lying below which in itself may have been part of a cross.
East Face In loving memory of/GILES DRAPER PRYER/bora Dec.2 nd 1805, died June 13 th 1881/"This is the rest wherewith ye may cause the/Weary to rest and this is the refreshing"./Also of SELENIA WOOD/widow of the above, born at Lyme Regis/April 15 th 1821, died Nov.2 nd 1887./" xxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxx and let perpetual/light shine upon her."
Plinth-East Face Also of EDWIN PRYER youngest/son of the above born Aug 15 th 18(4)6/(died) Salt Lake City, Utah, America Oct (3 rd ) (1887)/and was buried at Bay City, Michigan, U.S./"Make them to be numbered with thy Saints in glory/everlasting."
Loose Stone -possibly from top "In death /we part no more"
Stone-South Face HARRY W.PRYER/died 30 th Sept 1931,/aged 87 yearsV'We meet to part no more". Stone-North Face In memory of/LEAH PRYER,/the beloved wife of/HARRY W.PRYER./Daughter-in-law of/the above, who fell/asleep May 11 th 1917./aged 72 yearsV'Not lost but gone before".
 
29 WARDEN Table Tomb. Two panels on each side, one each end. East End To the memory/of JAMES WARDEN,esq./who fell in a duel, the^/of April, 1792/in the 56 th year of his age
North Side-Left Panel He was created Lieut of his Majesty's Navy/in the year 1760, in which capacity he served/his country with reputation and success./ He was in 19 engagements during the/memorable expedition against the French fleet/under the gallant Hawke, and was present at the/surrender of Belleisle. On the commencement of hostilities with America/he voluntarily came/forward to offer his service, and was in the/ number of those who/first landed the British/grenadiers on that shore. After escaping the/various dangers inseparable from his profession,/he had the misfortune to experience/the untimely end above mentioned.
North Side-Right Hand Panel " Dear victim of imperious Honour's laws,/Those impious laws inexorably stern/Whose horrors Friendship views with shuddering pause,/And Love connubial shall for ever mourn/Lamented victim,if th'unbodied mind/Aught of the world it left should haply know,/And watch with tenderest sympathy refin'd/The friends it lov'd,the scenes it priz'd below;/What pleasure mix'd with sadness must be thine/To see thy own ELIZA'S faithfull tears/Profusely bathing the memorial shrine,/Which to thy name unfeign'd affection rears /Adieu! in one alarming moment torn/By ruffian rage from her thy soul held dear,/Until the dawning of that awful morn,/When the rous'd dead their Saviour's voice shall hear." West End-No Inscription
South Side-Left Hand Panel Sacred to the memory/also of ELIZABETH NEWELL WARDEN,/relict of the afore named Lieut./JAMES WARDEN,who,after lingering/upwards of six years,at length put off/her mortal part,wasted with pining/sickness, to be clothed upon with/immortality,on the 11 day of June,/1798,in the 48 th year of her age. South Side-Right Hand Panel After seeking to forget her sorrows in (the)/(day) world its vanities and follies refusing/to kiss the rod whe at length found a few/days only before her departure in a precious/Saviour that rest unto her soul which/she had long but in vain sought to find in/pleasures delusions society and died happy/xxxxxxxxx of the Redeemer's grace and love/and power ever in the near view of dissolution. 6 more lines of verse.
 
30 HILLMAN Headstone and Cross
WILLIAM HILLMAN/Brigade Surgeon Army/Medical Department and/son of the late ROBERT HILLMAN/of Lyme Regis, Dorset. Died/August 19 th 1884/aged 51
 
31 BULLEN
BAKER
Sarcophagus with large cross on top and remains of iron railings.
North Side To the glory of God/In affectionate remembrance of/CHARLES BULLEN Captain Royal Navy and Magistrate/for the County of Dorset who departed this life/March 2 nd 1884 at the Manor House in/this Parish in his 73rd year/"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord".
South Side In memory of/MARY ANNE, widow of CHARLES BULLEN/and the eldest daughter of WILLIAM BAKER/of Langston Court, Monmouthshire/she died at Charmouth on the 27 of August 1885
 
32 GARTxxxG Large Flat Stone with Celtic Cross.broken and lying on top of stone.
East Face In memorium of WILLIAM GARTxxxG the/fourth child of xxxxxxxx xxxxxxx/And GEORGINA ANN died/the 19 th day of June 1861/aged 1 year& 11 months.
South Face "Suffer the children to come unto me/For of such is the Kingdom of Heaven".
 
33 DAVIS Large 3 tiered cross, curbed.
East Face-Top Tier In memory of/WILLIAM S.DAVIS/Colonel Madras Army who died/30* Sept: 1873 aged 51. Second Tier Also his beloved wife MARY ANN A/who died at Lyme Regis May 17 th 1913./"And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes/And there shall be no more death, neither sorrow nor/crying,neither shall there be any more pain for the/former things are passed away".
South Side-Top Tier Also of JOHN HENRY youngest son of/WILLIAM S. & MARY ANNA DAVIS/who died 2 nd Nov. 1873.
Second Tier "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God".
North Face-Top Tier Also of ELLEN JESSICA 2 nd daughter/of WILLIAM S. & MARY ANNA DAVIS/who died at (G)ran(yn)ebar, East Indies/14 th Sep: 1862 aged 8 months. Third Tier "Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven".
 
34 NORRIS Large Sarcophagus with cross on top.
South Side In loving memory of/EMIELA MARRYAT NORRIS/who died April 21 st 18(7x) aged (11) years/Three lines of Verse.
 
35 ARNOTT Large Sarcophagus with Conical Top.
North Side Beneath are the Remains of/CHARLES ARNOTT Esq./of xxxxxxxxxxxxx/who died March (10)th 18(45)/aged (3)7 years.
 
36 SYMES Cross, Curbed.
In memory of/ELIZA FITZHERBERT SYMES/wife of/J.WYATT SYMES Esquire/who fell asleep February 20*/1881 aged 76 years.
 
36a ELIOT Large Tomb with Cross on Top.
South Side GODFREY WILLIAM MICHAEL ELIOT Leut.R.M./born August-22 nd 18x4 Died March x3 1884. East Side Also of JESSIE wife of/G W.M.ELIOT who died July/19* 1889 and is buried in Jersey.
 
37 TEMPLER Upright with Celtic Cross on top.
CAROLINE BARBARA/Daughter of WILLIAM TEMPLER/of Weymouth/Born Septr.l 8 * 1824/Died June 14 th 1880/"Looking Unto Jesus".
 
38 PRIOR
TEMPLER
Upright with Celtic Cross on Top.
HARRIOT/Daughter of RICHARD PRIOR/of Clapham Surrey/Born Jany. 3 rd 1778,/Died April 27 th 1861./Also her Niece/HARRIOT ELIZ A/daughter of WILLIAM TEMPLER/Born May 16 th 1825/Died Septr. 25 th 1903/"Them also that are fallen asleep in Jesus/Will God bring with him". + Pryer & Son.
 
39 WILSON Large Tomb with Flat Stone on Top, remains of railings.
Beneath/are the Remains of/MRS. MARY ANN WILSON/who departed this life the (18th December) xxxx
 
40 MORRIS Domed Sarcophagus with railings.
To the memory of/MARY ANN A/the beloved wife of W. MORRIS Esqr./late of the Ceylon Civil Service/who died November 19 l 1875 aged 69 years.
 
41 BALLMER Large Flat Tomb.
Sacred/To/The Memory of/SOPHIA/Widow of xxxxxx BALLMEN,/4 lines illegible/SOPHIA BALLMER
 
42 BORDES Large Flat Square Tomb which once had railings.
Sacred/To CAPTAIN BORDES/of the/Royal Engineers/who died November 2(1)/1810.
 
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44      
45      
46 JOUENNE Upright, Rounded.
Sacred/to the/Memory of/ELIZABETH JOUENNE/who died the 18* of/June 1856/aged 55 years.
 
47 SHORT Large Flat Double Tomb with 2 fiat stones and railings removed.
Sacred/to the memory of/LOUISA FOWLER SHORT/who died October 2 nd /187(2) aged 76/"In Life she was a Blessing to/many and her end was peace".
 
47b GORDON J.C.G./January 31 fl /T.G./March 21 st1855  
48 SHUTE Large Flat Top double Tomb with railings removed.
Several lines illegible/FRA(NCES) (SHUTE)/died April 29 1821/in the 23 year.
 
49 SMITH Large Flat Tomb and Broken Stone.
Here is deposited/the body of/Captain/GEORGE SIDNEY SMITH/of the Royal Navy/who died 13 th September 18(37)/in the 40 th year of his age. Verse from Psalm xxxviii
 
50 CLEAVE Large Double Flat Topped Tomb with iron railings removed.
EMILY SUSANNA CLEAVE/died February 18 th 1842/aged 43/Also of Mrs ELIZABETH CLEAVE/mother of the above and/relict of the late/JOHN CLEAVE Esqre/of (Newton Crediton)/who died on the 16 th day of January 1838/aged 101 years.
 
50a HEMMING Large Flat Top Tomb with iron railings
Sacred/to the memory of/ELIZA HEMMING/who died March 18 th 1854/in peaceful dependance on her/ Divine
Redeemer/Also to/SOPHIA NARES HEMMING/niece of the above who/entered into rest Jan 8 th 1886 aged84/"There remaineth a rest of/the people of God".
 
51   Large Flat Tomb. No Inscription Found.  
52 NORRIS Cross on 3 Steps.
Top Step HENRY NORRIS F.R.C.S
Middle Step Late of South Petherton/Born at Taunton Sept 16 1789.
Bottom Step Died Charmouth March 26 1870/1 Cor. 15 v 55-56-57.
 
53 NEWTON Large Flat Tomb, Railings removed. , 3
Underneath/Mrs MARY NEWTON/who died on the 11 day of Jxxx 18(45)/(of) Lyme Regis.
 
54 POULSON Flat Topped Tomb, Railings removed.
Sacred to the memory of/ELIZABETH POULSON wife of GEORGE POULSON Esq/and of WILLIAM xxx died at Bristol and daughter of the late/DAVID D. W(AY) Esq. Surgeon Royal Navy/who xxxx fell asleep in Jesus/Aug (1)7* 18(5)4 aged 69 years.
 
55 WISHCOMBE Displaced Rounded Top.
Sacred/to the memory of/FRANCES MARGARET/wife of JONAS WISHCOMBE/died Jan 28 1855/Aged 63 years/Also of the above/JONAS WISHCOMBE/died Jun I s * 18(5)9/Aged 72 years.
 
56 DANKS Displaced Rounded Top with Shoulders.
Sacred/to the memory of/SARAH DANKS/who died July 16 1875/aged 71 years. + Wilkins.
 
57

NEWBURY

GORDGE

Displaced Rounded Top with Shoulders.
Sacred/To the Memory of/RACHEL LEWIS NEWBURY/who fell asleep June.10 th 1882/Aged 86 years/4 lines of Verse/Also of/JANE GORDGE/daughter of the above who/died Nov xx 1863/aged 44 years/Also of/ANNIE MARIA GORDGE/daughter of the above who died Oct 26 th 1863/aged 20 years. + Reeves, Charmouth.
 
58 WILLMENT

Displaced Rounded Top.
Sacred/to the memory of/THOMAS WILLMENT/died Sept 28 th 1849/aged 80 years/4 lines of Verse/Also of SUSANAH wife of the above/who died Feb 13* 1853/in the 84 th year of her age/2 lines of Verse. + D.S.
Remember me as you pass by
As you are now so was I
As I am now so you must be
Prepare for death and follow me

 
59 CARTER Displaced Cross with Inscription around it.
In memory of/JOHN CARTER/who departed this life/April 20* 1855/Aged 51 years/Also of GEORGE son of the above/who died Sept 19* 1857/Aged 3 years/Also of HENRY BEER CARTER/who died June 26* 1862/Aged 19 years/Also of WILLMENT CARTER/wife of the above JOHN CARTER/who died April 4 th 1863/aged 54 years.
 
60 BRADBEER Displaced Rounded.
Erected/to the memory of/JOSEPH BRADBEER/late of this place/died 28* March 1821/Aged 69 years.
 
61 CASE Displaced Tall, Rounded Top.
Sacred/to the memory of/WILLIAM CASE/who died March 25* 1870/in his 83 rd year/Also of ANN SYMES/his wife who died Oct 19* 1864/Aged 64 years/Also of HENRY their son/who fell in the battle of Inkerman Nov 5* 1851/aged 25 years/Also of their children who died/in their Infancy/This stone is erected by their surviving children as token/of affection.
 
62 WOONTON Displaced Upright, Rectangular Slate Slab. Top inscribed with admonitions.
In memory of EDWARD WOONTON/of this parish who departed/this life the 25* day of June/1840 aged 64 years/Also of RACHEL Relict of the above who departed/this life the 30* day of Oct 1841 aged 68 years/"If we believe that Jesus died and/rose again, even so them also/that sleep in Jesus will God/bring with him". Thess. Chap.4 v 14. v
 
63 GEAR
STEEL
Displaced Large Upright, Rounded Top.
To the Memory of/ELIZABETH/the beloved wife of/TOBIE GEAR who departed/this life Nov 6 th 1870 in/the 97 th year of her age/Died in the Lord./2 lines of Verse/Also of/her dear Sister HONER/wife of JOHN STEEL who lies in the same ground.
 
64 MILDENHALL Displaced Rounded Top.
Sacred to the memory of/HANNAH MARIA MILDENHALL/late of Little Bedwyn Wilts/who died July 19 th 1859/aged 27 years/2 lines of Biblical Verse.
 
65   Displaced Illegible.  
66 WILLMENT Displaced Rounded Top.
Sacred/to the memory of/JOHN WILLMENT/who died December 1 st 1867/aged 16 years/Short Quotation.
No.67 Displaced Large Upright, Decorated Round Top.
 
67 STEPHENS Sacred to the memory of/WILLIAM son of WILLIAM/and ANN STEPHENS WHO DIED/March 20 th 1820 aged 9 years/10 lines of Verse.  
68 BRADBEER
RICHARD
Displaced Large Upright, Rounded Top.
In/memory of ELIZABETH/wife of JOSEPH BRADBEER/who died the 18 th May 1790/aged 38 years/4 lines of Verse/Also in memory of MARIA RICHARD daughter of the above who died Feb 2 nd /1804 aged 28 years/8 lines of Verse.
 
69   Displaced Half size stone - no inscription.  
70 EDWARDS Displaced Rectangular stone, flat top.
Cursu In Peregi/In memory of/MARGARET EDWARDS of this parish who after a lingering/sickness with patient resignation/in the will of God departed this/life November the 2 nd 1784 aged 77 years./Here also lieth the remains of/WILLIAM EDWARDS her husband/who died April 24 th 1767 aged 65 years/In this place also lieth 3 of their children.
 
71 MABEL Displaced. Upright, stepped top.
In loving Remembrance of/GEORGINA MARY xxxx/who died Aug xO 1864/aged 4 years 9 months/Also of/ELIZABETH MABEL xxxx/who died Nov xx xxxx/xxxxxxxx
 
72 DARKE Displaced, Upright Rounded Top.
HENRY EDMUND son of/SAMUEL FRANCES DARKE/who died February 27 th 1860/aged 1 year 7 months/"Suffer the little children/to come unto me, and forbid them not/For such is the Kingdom of God". Mark 10.
 
73   Displaced, Upright Rounded Top.
Sacred to the memory of/ALICE JANE xxxxx/who departed this life/June 7 th 1863 aged 42 years./3 lines of Verse/There ALICE JANE lived with God.
 
74 WEST Displaced Upright with three Stepped Top.
Middle Step "Jesus Called a little child unto him". Matt 19. 13.
Lower Step In memory of/JOHN HENRY WEST/child of THOMAS and ANN WEST/who died June 9* 1866/aged 2 years 4 months.
 
75 DAVEY Displaced Upright, Rounded Top.
Sacred/to the memory of/JOHN DAVEY/who departed this life/l st May 1865/aged 88 years.
 
76 SMITH Displaced Upright Cross on three steps.
In memory of/HANNAH widow of/PARTRIDGE SMITH Esq. Bristol/Born December 26 th 1801/Died May 17 th1883.
 
77   Displaced, Upright, Rounded Top Footstone Nov.27/1832  
78   Displaced, Footstone with Cross on Top. MS 1856/MA 1900  
79   Displaced Large Upright with Cross on top with IHS in Centre.
In memory of/ELIZABETH JANE the loving child/of JOHN and ELIZABETH xxxxxxx/who died May xxxxxx/Aged xx years and 7 months.
 
80   Displaced Footstone. C.X/1852/M.C/1870.  
81 GORDGE Displaced, Tall Upright, Flat Top.
In memory of/DIGARY eldest son of/DIGARY and MARTHA GORDGE/who died August I s1 1831 Aged 21 years/Also of the above MARTHA GORDGE/who died February 8* 1861 aged 77 years./Also of the above DIGARY GORDGE/who was - 6 years Clerk of this Parish/who died April 27 1861 aged 71 years.
 
82 SNOWDON Displaced, Tall Upright Curved Top.
Sacred/to the memory of/THOMAS J SNOWDON/of the Coastguard Charmouth./who died February 16 th 1870/aged 43 years/"Rejoice in Hope"
 
83 SHEPPARD Displaced, Tall Upright with Cross On Top.
SARAH xxxxx of the xxxxxxxx/and xxxxxx SHEPPARD/and of xxxxxxxxx/who died xx xxxx xxxx.
 
84 KENNAWAY Displaced, Tall Upright Curved Top. With Footstone-No Inscription
Underneath/are deposited the remains/of ROBERT KENNAWAY/formerly of Exeter Merchant/died July 6th 1829/aged 69 years/Also of/SARAH KENNAWAY his wife/died February 21 st 1855/aged 81 years.
 
85 GRIFFITHS Displaced, Tall Upright Curved Top, Decorated.
Sacred/to the memory of/JOHN GRIFFITHS Esq./Late of London/who departed this life/September 17 th 1822/aged 68 years.
 
86   Displaced, Footstone. M.C.  
87 GLYDE Displaced, Tall Upright Curved Top.
Capt CHARLES GLYDE RN/died 6 th December 1842/aged 86 years/MARY GLYDE/widow of the above Capt. GLYDE/died xx May 1870/aged 94 years.
 
88 TREACHER Tall Upright Curved Top.
In memory of/ANNE xxxxxxx/daughter of the late/Rev.THOMAS TREACHER/Rector of Ardley Oxon/who fell asleep in/perfect peace/March 5 th 1858/aged 73 years/4 lines of Verse.
 
89 NORRIS Cross standing on 3 Steps.
Top Step To the Glory of God/In loving Memory of
Middle Step HENRY EDMONDS NORRIS/Born May 23 rd 1820/Died July 13 th 1888 Bottom Step Also in memory of/FRANCES/beloved wife of xxxxxxx/xxxxxxxx
 
90 READ Displaced, Upright, Pointed Top with Footstone.
MARY ANNA READ/the beloved wife of/GEORGE READ/who died xxxxxxx/Also/GEORGE READ/xx Mayxxxx Footstone - AM/1866
 
91

BERRY

BIDWELL

Displaced, Upright, Curved Top.
MARTHA BERRY/for 40 years/the faithful servant of/THOMAS BIDWELL/died September 9 th 1851/aged 62 years/"Great Peace have they/Which love thy law".No.92 Displaced, Upright Curved Top.
 
92 GUAVILLE Displaced, Upright Curved Top.
Sacred/to the memory of/HARRIET MARIA xxxx de GUAVILLE/who departed this life in the faith of Christ/February 5 th 1864.
 
93 WALKER Displaced, Upright Curved Top with Celtic Cross broken off.
Sacred/to the memory of/ANNE WALKER/daughter of JOHN WALKER/Yeoman Farmer of Charmouth Stone/she died 6 th January 1860/in the 60 th year of her life/3 lines of Verse.
 
94 DAVEY Displaced, Upright Curved Top.
In Memory of/ROBERT DAVEY/A respectable inhabitant of this place/who died the 8 th May 1803/aged 50 years/Also/REBECCA DAVEY his wife/who died the 7 th of July 1796/aged 39 years.
 
95 HILL Upright Rounded with Cross in Top.
acred/to the memory of/JAMES HILL/who died 26 th December 1868/aged 59 years/"His End Was Peace"/Also of/MARY widow of the above/who died 13 th January 1876/aged 85 years.
 
96   Displaced, Footstone Curved Top. (X).C/1856.  
97 SMITH Displaced, Upright Curved Top with Cross on in Top.
Sacred/to the memory of/HENRY SMITH/who departed this life April 17 th 18(6)l/aged 49 years/6 lines of Verse/Also of ANNE wife of the above/who died July xx 188x/aged 67 years/Also to ELIZABETH their daughter/who died May 20 th xxxx/aged xx xxxxx/Verse.
 
98 PALMER Displaced, Upright Curved Top.
The Memory/ANNE PALMER/daughter of the late/Capt. JOHN PALMER R.N./who died October 4 th 1878/aged 74 years.
 
99 BURNARD Displaced, Upright Flat Top with Cross on Top.
To Memory of/ANN BURNARD/the beloved wife of/WILLIAM BRAMFORD/late of Symondsbury/who died September 21 st 1853/aged 43 years/"Come unto me all ye that labour/And are heavy laden and I will/give you rest". Matthew XI. 28
 
100 POWELL Displaced, Large Upright Curved Top Decorated with Corn Sheaves Divided into 2 parts.
Lett Hand Side Sacred Memory of/JAMES POWELL Yeoman/of the Stone Barrow Farm/in the Parish of/Stanton St.Garbriel/who died October 12 th 1846/aged 65 years/4 lines of Verse/Also of/AMY POWELL wife of the above/who died January 24 th 1858/aged 78 years/"She is not dead just sleepeth".
Right Hand Side Also/of SIB ILL A daughter of/JAMES and AMY POWELL/who died at the same place/ August 1 J* 1844/aged 25 years/"The sun goeth down/xxxxx while the days"./And of/JAMES POWELL his son/who departed this life/November 19 ,h 1849/aged 26 years/"God is Love" + Williams, Bridport
 
101   Displaced Upright Curved top which has a cross inset, the top is broken off the main stone.
Sacred/to the memory of/REUBEN xxxxxxx DREW/died February 3 rd 1866/aged 80 years/Also of/MARY wife of the above/who died 3 rd July 1859/aged 75 years/and of/ISABELLA daughter of the above/who died October xx 1872/aged 58 years.
 
102   Cross with no evident inscription.  
103 GRANT Displaced Upright, Curved top with cross inset.
In memory of/HENRY JAMES GRANT R.N./died April 8 th 1872/aged 49 years.
 
104 PITTS Displaced Upright Curved Top.
In memory of/ANN PITTS/died 6 th September 18x5/aged (58) years/2 lines illegible.
 
105 MALING Displaced Upright Celtic Cross.
Major MALING/of the/Royal Artillery/died October 10 th 1848/aged 62 years.
 
106   Displaced Footstone. J.P./1846/S.P./1841.  
107 HOLLY Displaced upright Cross Broken.
Affectionate remembrance of/GEORGE HOLLY/who died January 10 th 1886/aged 66 years/Also/Loving Memory/ELIZABETH HOLLY wife of the above/who died January 28 th 1882/aged 72 years.
 
108 SYME Displaced Upright Curved Top.
Sacred/to the memory of/MARTHA wife of SIMEON SYME/who departed this life September 27 th 1818/aged 70 years/Also to the memory of the above/SIMEON SYME/who departed this life 11 th day March 1820/aged 65 years/4 lines of Verse.
 
109 NORRIS Displaced Upright, Curved Top decorated with a fallen rose.
Affectionate remembrance of/SARAH ANN/daughter of WILLIAM and E.A.NORRIS/who died August 9 th 1880/aged 15 years/"Asleep in Jesus
 
110 DURRANT Displaced Upright Cross on 3 Steps decorated with a fallen flower.
Sacred/to the memory of/SARAH JANE/the beloved daughter of/REUBEN and AMELIA J. DURRANT/who departed this life xx xxxxx xxxx/aged xx years/2 lines of Verse
 
111 LUGG Displaced Upright Curved Top. In Memory of GEORGE LUGG/my beloved husband/May 27 1889/aged 82 years/4 lines of Verse  
112 STOCKDALE Displaced Upright Cross on Shoulders.
Sacred/to the memory of/MARY STOCKDALE/widow of the late/NATHANTEL STOCKDALE/of Drimpton,Dorset,/who died 1st July 1856/aged 75 years/Also of MARY ANNE SMITH/born August 1 st 1803/Died July 24 th 1900/Daughter of the above.
 
113 TAYLOR Displaced Upright Rounded Top.
BRIDGET TAYLOR/died/November 2 nd 1818/aged 76 years.
 
114 CHAPMAN Displaced Upright Curved Top.
To the Remembrance of/Mr WILLIAM CHAPMAN/for many years Secretary of/the Widows Friend Benevolent Society of London who died in/this Village 24 th May 1835/aged 69 years/6 lines of Verse from James I x 27.
 
115 CORFIELD Displaced Tall Rounded Top.
Sacred to/the Memory oC(IVOR) COX CORFIELD/who died March 29 th 1848/aged 22 years.
 
116 GRAHAM Displaced Tall Rounded Top.
To the memory of/ELIZA GRAHAM/who died at Fern Hill in this Parish/October 19 th 1860/aged 56 years/6 lines of Verse.
 
117 DARKE Displaced Small Cross with 2 lines of verse on cross-bar. Inscription on base.
Sacred to the memory of/THOMAS HENRY DARKE/the much-loved son of ANN who went to rest on March 30 th 1863.
 
118   Displaced Tall Rounded Top with Engraved Cross.
In /Affectionate/Remembrance of/ANN xxxxxxxx/who died August 20* 1872/aged (19) years.4 lines of verse.
 
119 STANDEN Displaced Cross
KATHARINE EMMA WILKINS/of Oxford/died September 24 th 1857/aged 46 years/Also of KATHARINE JANE STANDEN/her daughter/died May 27 th 1857
 









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CREMATION STONES

CI JOHN STEER/1881-1957

C2 ESTRILE/JOSEPHINE STEER/1880-1974

C3 HEBE M LANG/1873-1958

C4 ANNIE LOUISE/LANG/1876-1966

C5 WILLIAM/DICKSON LANG/1879-1966

C6 GEO RI AN A/CATHERINE LANG/1880-1967 C64. JEAN/HUTCHISON/GIBB/1897-1983.

C65. Beloved Husband/FRANCIS FOSS/REES/Born 12 May 1912/died 4th Aug 1996. C66. GEORGE HELLIER/PARKINS/1886-1971. C67. ALICE LOLF1SE/PARKINS/1884-1979.

C68. Our beloved daughter/CAROLE REES/12th April 1941/16th Nov. 1983. C69. Beloved son/ERIC REES 7th Sept 1946/29 Nov. 1986. C70. ALEXANDER/ABERDEIN CONN/1895-1971. C71. MINNIE/FRANCES/CONN/1907-1984.

C72. HETTY LUCY/ROSE/SPURDLE died 12th Nov. 1983/aged 87 years.

C73. ERNEST/ALBERT/SPURDLE/1899-1984.

C74. FRANCIS/JAMES PITT/1901-1972.

C75. THOMAS/JOHANNES/DAVIDSON/1898-1984.

C76. ETHEL IONE/DAVIDSON/1907-1995.

C77. DOUGLAS JOHN/HARE/1904-1972.

C78. ELSIE LOUISE/HARE/1898-1984.

C79. BERYL JOY/CASS/1946-1985.

C80. DORITHEA WARD/CLARK/1904-1972.

C81. PHYLLIS/VIOLET/BATES/1903-1985.

C82. PHYLLIS/HENRIETTA/MACDONA/1911-1987.

C83. EDGAR FRED/COLEBROOK/1886-1965.

C84. VIOLET GRACE/COLEBROOK 1885-1980.

C85. EILEEN SALT/1917-1987.

C86. DONALD SALT/1910-1999.

C87. PETER ERIC/COLEBROOK/1914-1972.

C88. ELIZABETH DORIS/THOMAS/died 29th June 1987/aged 84 years. C89. JACKROWLAND/ASHBY/1916-1996.

C90. Double Stone Left-hand side - CHARLES/EDWARD/SLADE/1909-1973.

Right-hand side - ADA/SLADE/1909-1995. C91. KENNETH/MAYLEY/1916-1987. C92. HERBERT/THOMAS LANE/1906-1973. C93. ETHEL MARY/APLIN/1905-1987. C94. CHARLES WILLIAM/HARRY BENDALL/1902-1972. C95. In loving memory of/DORIS MARY ROBERTSON/1910-1988. C96. RUTH BEAR/1919-1974 C97. Major H.G.P.BEAR/'TEDDY71917-1991.

C98. In loving memory of/STANLEY WILLIAM/MATTHEWS/died 9th June 1988/aged 84 years. C99. In loving memory of/ELSIE EMMATNAN" MATTHEWS/died 22nd April 1999/aged 92 years. C100. WALLACE/BLACKMORE/1919-1974.

C101. In loving memory of/JOHN CHARLES/MACNAIR/1901-1989. C102. In loving memory of/DORIS ALDERSON MACNAIR/1905-1990. C103. In loving memory of/KATHLEEN MINNIE/GRAY/1917-1989.

C104. In loving memory ofTHERBERT CHARLES/JOHN LOCK/at rest/ 3rd November 1989/aged 66 years.

C105. LESLIE GEORGE/SAFFERY/1896-1975/JESSIE/SAFFERY/1904-1997.

C106. In loving memory/of7THOMAS LESLIE/HOLDSWORTH/1905-1989.

C107. In loving memory of/STANLEY CHARLES/BARBER GREEN/died 24 Dec.l989/aged 89.

C108. ANTHONY HARRY/(TONY) MARSHALL/1910-1975.

C109. In loving/memory of/our daughter/CLAIRE LOUISE/BANTING/1973-1990.

C110. Treasured thoughts/PJOHN R/WOODGATE/1913-1995.

Clll. In/loving memory/of/JEAN MORGAN/1916-1998.

C112. LAWRENCE/FRED/STALL AN/1897-1975

CI 13. IRENE MAUD/STALLAN/1905-1998

CI 14. DAVID STEPHEN/JOHN/1953-1982

CI 15. SARAH/MARSDEN/1956-1996.

CI 16. In loving memory/of/BERNARD RICHARD/SMITH/1913-1994. CI 17. GLADYS MAY/NICHOLS/1900-1976,

CI 18 In loving memory/of/FREDA CAROLINE/CHILDS/1910-1991. CI 19. BARBARA/PAULINE ALICE/DA VIES/1908-1991. C120. ALFRED JOHN/CHILDS/1901-1984. C121. OLIVE DIMOND/CHTLDS/1897-1985.

C122. In loving memory/of a/dearly loved wife/ENID JOAN/BENYON/1908-1991. C123. In loving memory/of a dearly/loved husband/SAMUEL JOHN/BENYON/1910-1997. CI24. FRANCIS SAMUEL/COOK/1905-1977. CI25. MAUD EVA/COOK/1907-1984.

C126. ALICE/LITTLEWOOD/1912-199l/GLADYS/FIELDSEND/1915-1992.

C127. In loving memory of/ANTHONY/LITTLEWOOD/1938-1993/" Always in our Thoughts".

C128. PERCY ARTHUR/DAVID BOWDEN/1890-1977.

C129. FLORENCE/BOWDEN/23-4-1899/21 -1 -1981.

CI30. In loving memory of/CONSTANCE LOUVAIN/HAVIS/at rest 18th Feb.l978/aged 60 years.

C131. DORIS/DURRANT/1914-1982.

C132. FREDERICK7CHARLES/DURRANT/1914-1992.

C133. In loving memory of/KATHLEEN LOUISE/LOCKYER/at rest 8th May 1978/aged 68 years.

C134. PHILLIP STEVENS/1901-1978.

C135. AUDREY ELLEN/STEVENS/1901-1988.

C136. In Cherished/Memory of LEN KEMP/a loving/husband,Dad/and Grandad/18.7.17 - 29.7.92.

ALLEN
ARNOTT
ATTRILL
BAKER
BALLMER
BARRETT
BARROW
BERRY
BIDWELL
BIRKETT
BISHOP
BLACKING
BORDES
BOUCHER
BOWDITCH
BRADBEER
BRADFORD,
BRAGGE
BRAY
BRETON
BRICKELL
BROCK
BULLEN
BURNARD
BURRIDGE
BUTTENSHAW
CANN
CARTER
CASE
CHAPMAN
CHARLES
CLAPCOTT
CLEAVE
COLES
COLLIER
CONNOR
COOK
CORFIELD
COX
CULVERWELL
DAMPIER
DANKS
DARKE
DAVEY
DAVIES
DAVIS
DAY
DENNER
DIMOND
DUNN
DURRANT
EDWARDS
ELIOT
ELLESDON
FLORY
FORSEY
FOWLER
FURNIS
GALPIN
GARTxxxG
GEAR
GIBBS
GILLENDER
GILLINGER
GILLINGHAM,
GLYDE
GO0DFELL0W
GOLLOP
GOOD
GOODING
GORDGE
GORDON
GRAHAM
GRANT
GRIFFITHS
GRINTER
GUAVILLE
HAINES
HALES
HALLETT
HARRIS
HAYES
HEMMING
HENLEY
HILL
HILLMAN
HOARE
HOBBS
HODGES
HOLLY
HOLMAN
HOLMAN
HUNTER
HYDE
INNES
JOHNSTON
JONES
JOUENNE
KENNAWAY
KNOTT
Land Forces BACK
LARCOMBE,
LEWIS
LIDDON
LIDDON-VINES
LLEWELYN
LOCK
LOCKE
LOCKYER
LOWNDES
LUGG
LYMBRY
MABEL
MALING
MANDEVILLE
MARCON
MARSH
MILDENHALL
MITCHELL
MORRIS
MYERS
NEWBURY
NEWTON
NIBLETT
NICHOLS
NORRIS
OGLE
OVENS
PAINE
PALMER
PAVEY
PENNY
PHILLIPS
PIDGEON
PITTS
POLLSON
POOLE, FREDERICK
POULSON
POWELL
PRIOR
PRYER
READ
REAL
REID
RICHARD
RIDGES
ROBINS
ROWLAND
SAUMAREZ FETHERSTONHAUGH
SCAMELL
SCOBELLS
SHEPPARD
SHINER
SHORT
SHUTE
SIBLEY
SIMMONS
SLOMAN
SMITH
SNOWDEN
SOUTHWELL
SPILLER
STANDEN
STEEL
STEPHENS
STOCKDALE
STORK
STUART
SYME
SYMES
TAYLOR
TEMPLER
TIPTON
TREACHER
TUCKER
TURNER
VERE
WALKER
WARDEN
WATSON
WEBBER
WEBSTER
WESLEY
WEST
WHITE
WILLIAMS
WILLMENT
WILSON
WISHCOMBE
WOOD
WOODFORD
WOONTON
A COMBINED LIST OF GRAVESTONES OUTSIDE AND MEMORIALS IN ST.ANDREWS CHURCH, CHARMOUTH. THE NUMBER ON THE PLANS IS SHOWN IN THE LAST COLUMN,
Surname Christian Born Died Age No.
ALLEN May 1866 1880 14 12
ARNOTT Charles 1808 1845 37 35
ATTRILL John       58
BACK Hubert       58
BAKER         31
BALLMER Sophia       42
BARRETT Arthur       58
BARROW Pl       58
BERRY Martha 1789 1851 62 91
BIDWELL         91
BIRKETT Miles       46
BISHOP Christopher 1827 1855 28 3
BLACKING         62
BORDES   1810 1810   42
BOUCHER         20
BOUCHER Jack       58
BOUCHER Montague       58
BOUCHER Gerald       58
BOWDITCH H.       58
BRADBEER Joseph 1752 1821 69 60
BRADBEER Elizabeth 1752 1790 38 68
BRADFORD, Alfred       58
BRAGGE Edward 1677 1747 70 14
BRAGGE Martha 1701 1769 68 14
BRAGGE Edward       21
BRAGGE William       65
BRAGGE Mary       65
BRAY Gabriel 1750 1823 73 14
BRAY Mary 1762 1835 73 14
BRAY Gabriel 1750 1823 73 44
BRAY Mary 1762 1835 73 44
BRETON George 1798 1873 75 5
BRETON Mary 1846 1865 19 6
BRETON Edward 1804 1875 71 6
BRETON         23
BRETON Edward       23
BRETON Helen 1813 1902 89 24
BRETON Mary 1846 1865 19 27
BRETON Edward       28
BRETON Charles 1835 1866 31 35
BRETON Edward   1867   35
BRICKELL Mary 1808 1873 65 24
BRICKELL William 1796 1875 79 24
BROCK Birkett       58
BULLEN Charles   1885   17
BULLEN Mary Ann       17
BULLEN Simeon 1747 1822 75 19
BULLEN Elizabeth 1738 1819 81 19
BULLEN John       67
BULLEN Charles 1811 1884 73 31
BULLEN Mary Ann 1885 1885   31
BURNARD Ann 1810 1853 43 99
BURRIDGE Arnold       58
BURROUGH Joseph 1784 1866 82 20
BURROUGH Grace 1791 1884 93 20
BURROUGH Henry       23
BUTTENSHAW R.       58
CANN         20
CARTER John 1804 1855 51 59
CARTER George 1854 1857 3 59
CARTER Henry 1843 1862 19 59
CARTER Willment 1809 1863 54 59
CASE Henry 1826 1851 25 61
CASE Ann Symes 1800 1864 64 61
CASE William 1787 1870 83 61
CHAPMAN William 1766 1835 69 114
CHARLES Alfred       58
CLAPCOTT Peter 1729 1813 84 25
CLAPCOTT Leah       25
CLEAVE Elizabeth 1737 1838 101 50
CLEAVE Emily 1799 1842 43 50
COLES         20
COLES Frances       58
COLES W.       58
COLLIER James   1849   22
CONNOR Arthur       49
COOK Albert       58
COOK Harry       58
CORFIELD Ivor 1826 1848 22 115
COX Jack       58
COX Harry       58
COX G.       58
COX         20
CULVERWELL Mary 1756 1838 82 2
DAMPIER Ronald       20
DANKS Sarah 1804 1875 71 56
DARKE Henry 1859 1860 1 72
DARKE Thomas 1863 1863   117
DAVEY John 1777 1865 88 75
DAVEY Rebecca 1757 1796 39 94
DAVEY Robert 1753 1803 50 94
DAVIES P.       58
DAVIES Ernie       58
DAVIS Ellen 1861 1862 1 33
DAVIS William 1822 1873 51 33
DAVIS John 1873 1873   33
DAVIS Mary 1913 1913   33
DAY Robert       18
DENNER R.       58
DIMOND Lucy 1794 1891 97 5
DIMOND Edward       36
DUNN John 1841 1871 30 18
DUNN Frances 1822 1892 70 18
DUNN Andrew       58
DURRANT Sarah Jane       110
EDWARDS William 1702 1767 65 70
EDWARDS Margaret 1707 1784 77 70
ELIOT Godfrey 1884 1884   36a
ELIOT Jesie 1889 1889   36a
ELLESDEN Anthony       56
ELLESDON Anthony 1654 1737 83 11
ELLESDON Anthony       40
FETHERSTONHAUGH Albany 1876 1877 1 11
FLORY Jack       58
FORSEY         20
FOWLER Jane 1758 1830 72 2
FOWLER Jane 1758 1830 72 29
FURNIS Robert       48
GALPIN         45
GARTxxxG   1860 1861 1 32
GEAR Elizabeth 1773 1870 97 63
GEAR Harry       58
GIBBS Charles       58
GILLENDER         20
GILLINGER A.       58
GILLINGHAM, Eugene       58
GLYDE Charles 1756 1842 86 87
GLYDE Mary 1776 1870 94 87
GO0DFELL0W         20
GOLLOP Ivan       58
GOOD Joseph 1736 1817 81 38
GOOD Elizabeth 1737 1816 79 38
GOODING A       58
GORDGE Jane 1819 1863 44 57
GORDGE Annie 1843 1863 20 57
GORDGE Digory 1810 1831 21 81
GORDGE Martha 1784 1861 77 81
GORDGE Digory 1790 1861 71 81
GORDGE William       58
GORDON Thomas 1759 1855 96 25
GORDON Jane 1775 1855 80 25
GRABHAM William       58
GRAHAM Eliza 1804 1860 56 116
GRANT Henry 1823 1872 49 103
GRIFFITHS   1754 1822 68 85
GRIFFITHS John 1754 1822 68 2
GRIFFITHS Elizabeth 1768 1824 56 2
GRINTER         20
GRINTER         20
GRINTER Wilfred       58
GRINTER Ernest       58
GRINTER Sidney       58
GUAVILLE Harriet 1864 1864   92
HAINES J.       58
HALES Arthur   1916   34
HALES Charles   1917   34
HALES Arthur   1904   50
HALES         51
HALLETT Alfred       58
HARRIS Mary   1812 66 42
HAYES Courtenay       58
HEMMING Sophia 1802 1886 84 50a
HENLEY Thomas       58
HENNING Eliza 1781 1854 73 50a
HILL James 1809 1868 59 95
HILL Mary 1791 1876 85 95
HILLMAN William 1833 1884 51 30
HOARE William 1803 1881 78 1
HOARE Eliza 1814 1883 69 1
HOARE Jack       58
HOBBS         20
HOBBS Reginald       58
HODGES Jane 1812 1861 49 21
HODGES John 1810 1874 64 21
HODGES Thomas 1783 1847 64 1
HODGES Maria 1794 1871 77 1
HODGES Joseph   1835   13
HODGES Arthur       58
HODGES Edwin       58
HODGES Alfred       58
HODGES Percy       58
HODGES         59
HODGES Joseph 1812 1821 9 64
HOLLY Elizabeth 1810 1882 72 107
HOLLY George 1820 1886 66 107
HOLLY Jack       58
HOLMAN Edward       58
HOLMAN James       58
HUNTER Edward       58
HUNTER Alfred       58
HUNTER Ernest       58
HUNTER Reginald       58
HYDE Anne   1872   26
INNES Charles 1831 1920 89 31
INNES Jessie 1849 1909 40 31
INNES Maxwell 1909 1942 33 32
INNES Hector       58
INNES Hubert       58
INNES Maxwell       20
J.C.G.     1855   47B
JOHNSTON D.K.       58
JOHNSTON H.       58
JONES Emlyn       58
JOUENNE   1801 1856 55 47
KENNAWAY Robert 1760 1829 69 84
KENNAWAY Sarah 1774 1855 81 84
KENNINGTON? Ann 1764 1832 68 2
KNOTT Stratton       58
LARCOMBE         20
LARCOMBE Charles       58
LARCOMBE Tom       58
LARCOMBE Robert       58
LARCOMBE, Arthur       58
LARCOMBE, Harry       58
LEWIS Watson       58
LIDDON John 1801 1864 63 5
LIDDON-VINES         20
LLEWELYN         20
LOCK         20
LOCKE John       58
LOCKE Herbert       58
LOCKYER Eliza 1833 1865 32 8
LOWNDES Letitia 1831 1870 39 9
LUGG George 1807 1889 82 111
LYMBRY         13
MABEL Georgina 1860 1864 4 71
MABEL Elizabeth       71
MALING Major 1786 1848 62 105
MARCON Elizabeth 1826 1895 69 66
MARSH         20
MILDENHALL Hannah 1832 1859 27 64
MITCHELL Charles       58
MORRIS Mary Ann 1806 1875 69 40
MORRIS Charles       20
MYERS Walter       58
NEWBURY Rachel 1796 1882 86 57
NEWTON Mary   1845?   53
NEWTON         20
NEWTON         20
NEWTON         20
NEWTON Emanuel       58
NEWTON V.       58
NIBLETT Herbert       58
NICHOLLE Herbert       58
NICHOLLE John       58
NICHOLLE Arthur       58
NICHOLS Bernard 1922 1992 70 55
NORRIS Ameilia   187? 11 34
NORRIS Henry 1789 1870 81 52
NORRIS Henry 1820 1888 68 89
NORRIS Frances       89
NORRIS Sarah 1865 1880 15 109
NORRIS Hugh   1916   10
OGLE         20
OGLE J.       58
OGLE G.       58
OVENS Claude   1945   15
PAINE A.       58
PALMER Anne 1804 1878 74 98
PALMER Edmund 1822 1881 59 4
PAVEY         12
PAVEY Clara   1938   39
PENNY Joseph 1863 1868 5 16
PENNY Reuben 1865 1868 3 16
PENNY Reuben 1831 1872 41 16
PENNY Anna Marie 1869 1874 5 16
PENNY Martha 1830 1882 52 17
PHILLIPS Mary 1847 1870 23 21
PIDGEON William 1825 1875 50 15
PIDGEON         20
PIDGEON Harry       58
PIDGEON Arthur       58
PITTS Ann     58 104
POLLSON Elizabeth   1854? 69 54
POOLE Frederick       58
POULSON Elizabeth   1854   30
POWELL Sibyll 1819 1844 25 100
POWELL James 1781 1846 65 100
POWELL James 1823 1849 26 100
POWELL Amy 1780 1858 78 100
POWELL Sybilla 1820 1841 21  
POWELL James 1781 1846 65  
POWELL Edmund       58
PRIOR Harriot 1778 1861 83 38
PRYER Giles 1805 1881 76 28
PRYER Selina 1822 1887 65 28
PRYER Edwin 1846 1887 41 28
PRYER Leah 1845 1917 72 28
PRYER Harry 1844 1931 87 28
READ Mary Anna   1866   90
REAL William       58
REID Mildred       20
REID J.G.       58
REID         20
REID Mildred       58
RICHARD Maria 1776 1804 28 68
RIDGES John 1756 1823 67 26
ROBINS Mary 1837 1837   27
ROBINS John   1831? 85 27
ROBINS Anne       27
ROWLAND Walter       58
ROWLAND         20
SANKEY William 1895 1918 23 26
SAUMAREZ         11
SCAMELL William       58
SCHALCH Vernon 1822 1877 55 7
SCHALCH Philip       3
SCHALCH Mary       3
SCHALCH Anna   1915   53
SCHALCH Mary   1924   53
SCOBELLS William       58
SHEPPARD Sarah       83
SHINER         20
SHINER H.       58
SHORT Louisa 1796 1872 76 47
SHUTE Frances 1798 1821 23 48
SHUTE Thomas 1746 1814 68 33
SHUTE Francis 1749 1824 75 33
SIBLEY William       58
SIMMONS Albert       58
SIMMONS J.W.T.       58
SLOMAN         20
SLOMAN F.       58
SLOMAN         72
SMITH George 1797 1837 40 49
SMITH Hannah 1801 1883 82 76
SMITH Henry 1812 1861 49 97
SMITH Mary Ann 1803 1900 97 112
SMITH Florence       47
SMITH W.R.       52
SMITH Hugh       58
SMITH Percy       58
SMITH B.       58
SMITH         20
SNOWDEN   1827 1870 43 82
SOUTHWELL Anthony       20
SPILLER Julia 1780 1811 31 9
STANDEN Katherine 1857 1857   119
STEEL Honor       63
STEPHENS Willim 1811 1820 9 67
STOCKDALE Mary 1781 1856 75 112
STORK Harry       58
STORK Albet       58
STORK Robert       58
STORK Charles       58
STORK John       58
STUART Mary 1795 1872 77 4
STUART Catherine 1817 1891 74 4
STUART Mary   1872   63
Surname Christian       No.
SYME Martha 1748 1818 70 108
SYME Simeon 1755 1820 65 108
SYMES Eliza 1805 1881 76 36
SYMES Warren       58
SYMES Percy       58
TAYLOR Bridget 1742 1818 76 113
TAYLOR Arthur       41
TAYLOR Eileen       41
TAYLOR Stephen       58
TEMPLER Caroline 1824 1880 56 37
TEMPLER Harriot 1825 1903 78 38
TIPTON W.       58
TREACHER Anne 1785 1858 73 88
TUCKER Andrew 1819 1868 49 7
TUCKER         8
TURNER Mary 1801 1874 73 10
TURNER George 1803 1875 72 10
VERE Sydenham 1761 1803 42 8
WALKER Anne 1800 1860 60 93
WARDEN James 1736 1792 56 29
WARDEN Elizabeth 1750 1798 48 29
WATSON James       58
WATSON John       58
WATSON Philp       58
WEBBER George 1742 1810 68 14a
WEBBER Sarah 1748 1816 68 14a
WEBBER John     66 14a
WEBSTER         20
WESLEY Benjamin       37
WEST John 1864 1866 2 74
WHITE Frederick       58
WILKINS Katherine 1811 1857 46 119
WILLIAMS Allwyn 1888 1968 80 16
WILLMENT Thomas 1769 1849 80 58
WILLMENT Susannah 1769 1853 84 58
WILLMENT John 1851 1867 16 66
WILSON Mary Ann       39
WISHCOMBE Frances 1792 1855 63 55
WISHCOMBE Jonas   1859? 72 55
WOODFORD Percy       58
WOONTON Edward 1776 1840 64 62
WOONTON Rachel 1773 1841 68 62
    1821 1863 42  
  Ann 1853 1872 19  
…DREW Mary 1784 1859 75 101
…DREW Reuben 1786 1866 80 101
…DREW Isabella 1814 1872 58 101
A Tomb with a quaint-epitaph is that of John Banks Ellis, who died 14th June 1826 and was buried on the south side of the church. It reads :- He terminated an honourable life, spent in exercise of virtue, in the improvement of science and in pursuit of Truth. Our life hangs by a single thread Which soon is cut and we are dead. Then boast not reader of thy might Alive at noon and dead at night." The stone is placed against the wall .of the old Rectory. Who Mr. Ellis was or where he lived I do not know. I only add this as we have so few epitaphs.
The sanctuary carpet requires a special note. When the sanctuary was enlarged in 1936 under the advice of W.H.Randall Blacking F.B.I.A. he desired the church council to purchase a suitable carpet similar to one in Salisbury Cathedral. He did not take kindly to the idea of making one locally. The rector, Dr. and Mrs. Scott and I drove to Salisbury to see what he recommended. We met Mr. Blacking and Mr. Christopher Webb,, who was then designing the east window, in Blacking's studio. Fortunately Dr. Scott, had put one or two examples of his wool work in the car and when he produced them both Blacking and Webb were agreeably surprised at the quality of his work, and immediately agreed that Dr. and Mrs. Scott should undertake to design and superintend the making of a carpet. Colours for the wool were discussed to match the colours of the Reredos and east window, and altar frentals. The dedication of the new work by the bishop had been arranged for July 23rd which left Dr. Scott very little time to complete the work which was started on March 26th. and finished May 14th. taking 1490 hours and 51 minutes. The carpet was made in three pieces and a band of helpers was coached by Dr, and Mrs Scott how to set about the work. Every morning the three pieces were got ready for them and they were to work in a straight line from opposite sides. Thus six people could work at the same time on three different tables, Mrs. Barber lent an upstair room in her garage for the work. The Scotts took the work back every evening to their house "Thistlegate", and set it ready for the next day. Also they themselves completed a whole panel which served as a pattern. It is still possible to recognise their work as it is so evenly executed. As far as I can remember the time recorded does not include, the time and work actually put in by the Scotts.