Headstones & Memorials

 

 

 

W (Bill) Scarratt has produced some (terrific!! Ed) research where he has logged all the headstones & memorials in the Church in the village.

A limited number of copies have been made in book form and the following web pages have been extracted from this. The book does contain an index (but web users should be able to locate some names etc by use of the browser) plus diagrams & pictures which have proved impossibe to reproduce in a web format (many apologies from the Webmaster!!).

It is hoped that this fascinating study will assist many who are interested in the history of Kingston.

The Inscriptions on the Headstones and Memorials

Of the Church of

Saint James the Less

Kingston, South Devon

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Transcribed by W.Scarratt, Robins Close, Kingston, 2007

 

Introductory Notes

In order to facilitate the location of graves the churchyard has been divided up into several areas:

1. In 1979 Douglas Fryer conducted a partial survey of the churchyard, his plan has been reproduced in three sections and his numbering has been followed.

For information about Douglas Fryer, and Mary Petter, founder members of the Kingston Local History Society see end of document

2. South West wall of churchyard (SW wall).

3. West of the War Memorial (W of WM).

4. South wall of churchyard (S Wall).

5. Southern area of churchyard (S). The memorials are grouped in alphabetical rows, and each memorial is numbered in its row, for example S Row C 5. This is explained in the third section of the plan. This Southern area is by far the largest.

6. North West of War Memorial (NW, WM).

7. The foot of the east wall of the Church (EW) and the foot of the north wall (NW)

8. South door of Church (SD) and South window.

9. War Memorial.

10. The interior of the Church.

The Censuses. The original documents are in the Public Record Office and have been accessed through www.ancestry.co.uk. Where the search engine has failed to correlate with a name, or if a name is missing from a particular year, I have not attempted to look for it by other means.

Ages in the censuses may not correlate exactly with those on the headstones.

 

 

The Inscriptions

1. In loving memory of Anne and Jonathan Ryder.

Dearest wife and son of John, and dear Mum and Brother of Nicholas and Annette 10 June 1977.

1A. Sacred to the memory of George Marten who departed this life 31 December 1837 aged 29 years, also of Williamthe son of George and Mary Ann Marten, who died 23 March 1837 aged 1 year, also Mary Ann, late wife of Richard Edwards, former wife of the above who died 18 June 1870 aged 58 years

1871 census, Kingston

Richard Edwards, 65, widower, pauper

1861 census, Kingston Village

Richard Edwards, 55, agricultural labourer, born Ringmore

Ann Edwards, 49, born North Huish

George Edwards, 9, agricultural labourer, born Ringmore

2. In memory of Henry and George, the sons of John and Dinah Martin

Henry died on 16 December 1839 aged 3 years and 5 months

George died on 1 October 1858 aged 5 years and 5 months

1841 census, Kingston Village,

John Martin, 30, farm labourer,

Dinah, 25

Elizabeth, 3

Mary, 5

1851 census, Scobbiscombe Gate

John Martin 40,

Dinah, born Stokenham, 37

Mary Anne 10

Henry 7

Dinah 5

3.To the memory of Elizabeth, the wife of Robert Hooppell who died 21 March 1873 aged 61 years, also of SarahAnn, the daughter of the above Robert and Elizabeth Hooppell, who died the 19 September 1868 aged 18 years

1871 census, Kingston village

Robert Hooppell, 69, labourer

Elizabeth Hooppell, 59

Jane Hooppell, 18, daughter, servant

1851 census, Kingston

Robert Hooppell, 49, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Hooppell, 39

Mary Hooppell, 8

Eliza Hooppell, 6

Emma Hooppell, 3

Sarah Ann Hooppell, 3 months

4. To the memory of Margaret Colings who died 18 January 1836 aged 74 years

5. Illegible

6. Sacred to the memory of Richard Edgecombe who died 10 April 1839 aged 58 years

7. In memory of Alexander Saunders of Loddiswell who died 10 October 1850 aged 65 years, also William Saunders, son of William and Honor Brooking, born 9 October 1840 died 20 August1858,alsoofElizabethSaunders, wifeofthe aboveAlexanderSaunders, who died 18 June 1878 aged 87 years

1841 census, Knapmill, Loddiswell

Alexander Saunders, 55, miller

Elizabeth, 49

8. Tombstone composed of slate which has disintegrated

9. Obscured by holly bush

10. Obscured by holly bush

11. In memory of my Fathers, descendants from the younger branch of Sir John Skelton of the Skeltons of Cumberland, and Dame Bridget Prideaux, his wife, granddaughter of Sir Bevil Grenville, daughter of LadyChristian Grenville,andSirPeterPrideauxher husband, brother of Edmund Prideaux, Attorney General during the Commonwealth whose son, Edmund, was unjustly imprisoned and fined 15,000 for his adherence to the civil and religious liberties of England, so nobly defended by his father, vide: State Papers1660, monument St. Andrews, Plymouth,HumeandMacaulay,JamesII. Princes Worthies of Devon etc.

James Skelton born in or near the year 1698

John Skelton, brother of James, born 1706

Peter Skelton son of James born 1727

John Skelton son of John, 1740

John Skelton, son of the last named, 1776

Philip Skelton, also son of John, 1783

In adversity and prosperity they were true to their Country and themselves

Erected by John Skelton, physician and surgeon, elder son of Philip Skelton and Agnes Edwards, his wife, of Holbeton

12. To the memory of Elizabeth, the daughter of Peter and Jane Ryder who died 30 April 1846 aged 29 years

1851 census Scobbiscombe Gate

Peter Ryder 57, Widower

Mary, 21, daughter

George, 16, agricultural labourer

John, 9, grandson

Mary Jane, 2, daughter

Thomas, 1 day, son

1841 census Kingston Village:

Peter Ryder, 45, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth, 20

Sarah, 8

George, 6

Phillip, 4

13. In memory of Jane Ryder who died ?August 1838 aged 43 years

14. Phillip Triggs

Inscription illegible

15. To the memory of Elizabeth, the wife of Phillip Triggs who did 19 February 1860 aged 73 years

1841 census, Kingston village

Phillip Triggs, 55, mason

Elizabeth, 50

Elizabeth, 20

James, 20

John, 1 month

1851 census, Kingston village

Phillip Triggs, 69, Parish Clerk

Elizabeth, 64

16. To the memory of Phillip, son of Phillip and Elizabeth Triggs departed this life 5 November 1830 aged 7 years

17. In affectionate remembrance of James Mitchell who died 5 July 1866 aged 70 years, also of Mary his wife, whodied 25 December 1839 aged ?17 years, and Mary Margaret, daughter of Richard and Mary Anne Fox, who died 25 August 1858 aged 10 months,also of Betsy, wife of John King, who died 21 December 1910 aged 86 years.

18. Arnold S.W. Triggs died at the Vicarage Farm 19 March 1919 aged 46 years.

Hannah Naomi Triggs died 6 December 1927 aged 78 years

1901 census, Vicarage, Kingston

Alfred J. Triggs, head, 41, farmer

Hannah Triggs, sister, 51, housekeeper

Elizabeth Triggs, sister, 48, assistant housekeeper

Arnold S.W. Triggs, 28, nephew, worker

1891 census, Vicarage Farm

James Triggs, widower, 70, farmer (see number 21)

Hannah Triggs, daughter, single 41

Elizabeth Triggs, daughter, single 38

Alfred J. Triggs, son, single, 31, farmer

Arnold S. W. Triggs, grandson, 18, assistant ag (sic)

1881 census, Vicarage Farm, Kingston

James Triggs Head, 60, farmer of 50 acres employing 1 man

Elizabeth Triggs, wife, 62

Hannah Naomi Triggs, daughter, unmarried, 31

Elizabeth L. Triggs, daughter, unmarried, 28

Arthur J. Triggs, son, unmarried, 26, builder

Alfred J. Triggs, son, unmarried, 21, farmers son

Arnold W. Triggs, grandson, 8, scholar.

19. In memory of John Triggs who departed this life 13 November 1816 aged 87 years.

20. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth Kerswill the wife of James Triggs born 6 September 1818, died (at the Vicarage) 11 June 1890 also of Alfred Joseph Triggs, youngest son of the above, died 22 April 1929 aged 69 years.

21. Sacred to the memory of James Triggs born 26 March 1821 died (at the Vicarage) on 25 March 1897, also of Elizabeth Lydia 3rd daughter of James and Elizabeth Triggs did 16 May 1934 aged 81 years. (see number 18)

22. In loving memory of Joseph Searle who died 8 April 1899 aged 66 years, also of Paulina, wife of the above who died 26 November 1901 aged 79 years. (see South, Row D 9)

1891 census, Farm House, Kingston

Joseph Searle, 58, farmer

Paulina Searle, 70, wife

William King, 10, grandson, scholar

Mary A. Kendall, 17, single, domestic servant, born Bigbury

1881 census, Kingston Village

Joseph Searle, 49, farmer, 117 acres, employing 2 men and 2 boys

Paulina Searle, 59, wife

Caroline Whiddon, 80, widow, boarder

Sarah Light, 20, unmarried, servant

Samuel Edgecombe, 22, unmarried, servant, indoor and farm.

1861 census, Kingston Village

Joseph Searle, 28, fisherman

Paulina Searle, 39, wife

Robert King, 17, wifes son, agricultural labourer

23. Sacred to the memory of William Searle who died 5 December 1877 aged 80 years, also of Alice, wife of the above who died 8 June 1879 aged 89 years.

1871 census, Kingston Village

William Searle, 75, agricultural labourer

Alice Searle, 63, wife

1851 census

William Searle, 54, agricultural labourer

Alice Searle, wife, 55

24. Sacred to the memory of John Searle who died 14 June 1873 aged 66 years, also of Catherine wife of the above who died 21 November 1881 aged 82 years.

1871 census, Kingston Village

John Searle, 63, agricultural labourer

Catherine Searle, 71, wife

1861 census, Kingston Village

John Searle, 53, agricultural labourer

Catherine Searle, 61, wife

1851 census, Kingston

John Searle, 44, agricultural labourer

Catherine Searle, 50, wife

Catherine Searle, 12, daughter

Isabella Doney, 10, visitor, born in Jersey

25. illegible

26. In memory of William Triggs who departed this life 5 January 1830 aged 63

27. In memory of Charlotte, the wife of George Ryder and daughter of James and Mary Triggs, who died 11 November 1813 aged ?24 years.

28. Sacred to the memory of Robert the son of John and Jane Light who died 9 September 1852 aged 23 years. (Tombstone by Newland of Modbury)

1851 census, Saltergrass

John Light, 42, agricultural labourer

Jane Light, 45, Wife

Laura Light, 6, Daughter

John Light, 4, Son

Jane Light, 2 Daughter

Robert Light, 22, Lodger, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Light, 21, Wife

Robert Light, 2, Son

James Light, 1, Son

29. Sacred to the memory of John Elliott departed this life 20 May 1843 aged 55 years

1841 census, Kingston Village

John Elliott, 50, agricultural labourer

Sarah, 45

Anne, 7

30. In memory of Mary Anne Willis the daughter of Alice Searle who died 20 July 1838 aged ?years

31. Sacred to the memory of Jacob Searle who departed this life 10 February 1813 aged 44 years.

?Number. In memory of James, son of William and Dorothy Ryder, who died 28 August 1815 aged 27 years.

?Number. Richard Heath who departed this life 2 August 1828 aged 64 years, also of Elizabeth wife of the above who departed this life 25 January 1848 ached 84 years.

?Number. Illegible

33. In memory of William Masters who died 18 February 1897 aged 76 years, also of Susan, wife of the above who died 17 January 1901 aged 81 years.

1901 census, 5 Wonwell Gate, Kingston

Mary Edwards, 46, widow, head of household. (see South Row K 6)

Susan Emma Leworthy, 26, daughter, married

Thomas J. Edwards, 21, son, single, horseman on farm (see South Row K 12)

William G. Edwards, 17, son, single, horseman on farm

George A. Masters, 12, nephew

Gwendoline Leworthy, 2, grandaughter

1891 census, Private Cottage, Kingston

William Masters, 71, agricultural labourer

Susan Masters, 70, wife

Mary Edwards, 35, daughter, widow, laundress (see South Row K 6)

Alfred Edwards, 12, grandson, general domestic servant

Thomas Edwards, 11, grandson, scholar (see South K 12)

George A. Masters, 2, grandson

Robert Treeby, 20, grandson, single, general labourer

1881 census, Kingston Village

William Masters, 61, head, labourer, born Malborough

Susan Masters, 60, wife

Mary Edwards, 25, daughter (see South Row K 6)

Susan E. Edwards, 6, granddaughter, scholar

Sarah L. Edwards, 4, granddaughter, scholar

Alfred Edwards, 2, grandson (see South Row K 6)

Thomas J. Edwards, 1 grandson (see South Row K 12)

John Masters, 23, son, unmarried, labourer

James Masters, 21, son, unmarried, labourer

William Masters, 20, son, unmarried, labourer

George Masters, 19, son, unmarried, labourer

1841 census, Kingston Village

Rebekah Masters, 40

William Maters, 20, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Masters, 15

Sarah Masters, 12

John Masters, 10

Mary Masters, 5

Jane Masters, 3

34. In loving memory of Susan Emma Leworthy, daughter of the late Thomas John and Mary Edwards died 19November 1934, aged 59 years.

38. Sacred to the memory of Jane, the daughter of Thomas Stidston who departed this life 31 October 1835 aged 50 years.

39. In memory of Mary Stidston, who departed this life 2 March 1839 aged 43.

40. Illegible

41. Sacred to the memory of Fanny the wife of John Evens who departed this life 26 October 1849 aged 54 years, also of Susan, the infant daughter of the above John and Fanny Evens. (Tombstone by Newland)

42. In memory of Elizabeth, the wife of Thomas Stidston, who departed this life 11 February 1830 aged 69 years, also of the above named Thomas Stidston who died ?1 December ?1838 aged 82 years.

43. Sacred to the memory of James Light who departed this life 21 February 1863 aged 75 years also of Ann wife of the above who died 11 March 1883, aged 83

1861 census, Torr Village

James Light, 69, agricultural labourer

Anne Light, 62

1851 census, Torr

James Light, 59, agricultural labourer

Anne Light, 52

1841 census, Torr

James Light, 50, agricultural labourer

Ann Light, 40

Sarah Light, 20

James Light, 15

George Light, 10

Ann Light, 9

Benjamin, 6

Mary, 2

44. Sacred to the memory of James and Annie Lights two children, Mary died 9 December 1837 aged 6 weeks, Mary her sister died 25 April 1843 aged 4 years.

45. In affectionate remembrance of William Pearce who died 6 August 1875, also of two sons of the above, William Henry, aged the remainder of the inscription is illegible.

46. In affectionate remembrance of Ann, the relict of William Pearce, who died 15 June 1882 aged 68 years

1871 census, Kingston Village

William Pearce, 64, grocer and draper, born at Oreston

Ann Pearce, 57, wife, born at Aveton Gifford

Samuel Pearce, 16, son, baker, born at Kingston

Ebenezer Pearce, son, 14, born at Kingston

Elizabeth (illegible) 17, servant

1861 census, Kingston Village

William Pearce, 54, shopkeeper

Anne Pearce, 47, wife

William George Pearce, 8 son, scholar

Samuel, Henry Pearce, 6, son, scholar

Ebenezer Pearce, 4, son, scholar

Elizabeth Waldren, 51, lodger, independent, born in Aveton Gifford

Mary Anne Fox, 13, servant,

47. In memory of John Masters who died 27 March 1835 aged 43 years, also of Sarah his daughter who died 1 May 1823 aged 18 months, also his daughter Hannah who died 15 January 1836 aged 2 years

48. In memory of John, the son of Thomas and Grace Gill, who departed this life 23 April 1837 aged 20 years

49. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth, the wife of George Pearce, who died 9 July 1851 aged 74 years. Also of Elizabeth their granddaughter, and daughter of George and Betsy Pearce, who died 2 August 1851 aged 2 years

1891 census, Private Cottage, Kingston

George Pearce, 78, coal merchant

Ann Southern, 56, housekeeper

1881 census, Kingston Village

George Pearce, 68, carpenter

Betsy Pearce, 60

1871 census, Kingston Village

George Pearce, 58, carpenter and coal merchant

Betsy Pearce, 50

George Pearce, 17, son, carpenter

Emma Pearce, 15, daughter

Elijah Pearce, 12, son

1861 census, Kingston Village

George Pearce, 48, carpenter

Betsy Pearce, 40

Charlotte Pearce, 18, daughter

James Pearce, 13, son

Esther Rhoda Pearce, 9, daughter

George Pearce, 7, son

Elijah Pearce, 2, son

Prudence Pearce, daughter, 1 month

1851 census, Kingston Village

George Pearce, 38, head, carpenter, born in Plymstock

Betsy Pearce, 30, wife, born in Kingston

Anne Pearce, 10, daughter, scholar

Charlotte Pearce, 7, daughter

James Pearce, 3, son

Elizabeth Pearce, 2, daughter

Betsy Pearce, 73, widow, pauper, born in Ringmore

1841 census, Walkspool in Kingston

George Pearce, 25, carpenter

Betsy Pearce, 20

Anne Pearce, 5 months

51 Sacred to the memory of Samuel the son of Thomas and Grace Gill who died 19 December 1852 aged 17 years, also of the above Thomas Gill who died 18 January 1869 aged 78 years. (Tombstone, Newland, Kingston)

1841 census, Kingston Village

Thomas Gill, 50, agricultural labourer, born at Cornwood

Grace Gill, 45, wife

James Gill, 7

Samuel Gill, 4

1851 census, Kingston

Thomas Gill, 60, agricultural labourer

Grace Gill, 57, wife

Ann Gill, 23, daughter

Samuel Gill, 13, son, agricultural labourer

52. In loving memory of Ernest Triggs the infant son of Frederick and Annie Edgecombe who died 22 October 1893 aged 10 weeks, also of Mary Elizabeth daughter of the above who died 12 July 1928 aged 39 years

1901 census, Kingston Village

Frederick Edgecombe, 42, housepainter and grocery shopkeeper, grocer, Employer

Annie Edgecombe, 39, wife (see number 53)

Frederick H. Edgecombe, 16, son, house painter (apprentice)

William A. Edgecombe, 14, son, errand boy

Annie A. Edgecombe, 12, daughter

Mary E. Edgecombe, 11, daughter

Courtenay F. Edgecombe, 9, son

Florence Edgecombe, 3, daughter

Elsie M. Edgecombe, 6, daughter

Mary Edgecombe, 77, mother, widow (See S Row B 3)

1891 census, Ironmongers shop, Kingston

Frederick Edgecombe, 32, house decorator, and ironmonger

Annie Edgecombe, 29, wife (see number 53)

Frederick H. Edgecombe, 6, scholar

William Edgecombe, 4, son

Annie Edgecombe, 2, daughter

Mary E. Edgecombe, 1, daughter

Mary Edgecombe, 67, mother, widow, living on her own means

1871 census, Kingston Village

Mary Edgecombe, 47, head, widow, dressmaker

Frederick Edgecombe, son, 13, scholar

Mary Edgecombe, 81, mother, widow, formerly Weaver.

1861 census, Kingston Village

Mary Edgecombe, 38, head, widow

Elizabeth Ann Edgecombe, 7, daughter, scholar

Henry, 4, son, scholar

Frederick, 2, son

Mary, 70, grandmother, widow.

53. In loving memory of Annie, the beloved wife of Frederick Edgecombe and 2nd daughter of William and Amelia Triggs who died 24 October 1901 aged 39 years (see number 52)

54. Sacred to the memory of Henry the son of Henry and Mary Edgecombe who died 28 July 1862 aged 3 years

55. Sacred to the memory of Jephthah Edgecombe who died 2 October 1838 aged 55 years, also of Mary his wifewho died 1 April 1877 aged 88 years, also Richard, son of the above Jephthah and Mary Edgecombe, who died 29 May 1831 aged 4 years

56. In loving memory of Ann the daughter of Jephthah and Mary Edgecombe who died 3 July 1900 aged 80 years

57. Sacred to the memory of William the son of John and Mary Stedeford who departed this life 19 April 1849 aged 16 years and 6 months.

58. Sacred to the memory of Christian, the wife of William Lane, who departed this life 19 February 1816 aged 22 years

?59. Sacred to the memory of John, son of James and Elizabeth Stoneman, who died 24 September 1847 aged 25 years

1861 census, Kingston

James Stoneman, 71, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Stoneman, 70

1851 census, Kingston

James Stoneman, 59, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Stoneman, 57

George Stoneman, 20, son, agricultural labourer

Eliza Stoneman, 18, dressmaker

1841 census, Kingston Village

James Stoneman, 50, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Stoneman, 45

John Stoneman, 15 (sic)

Anne Stoneman, 12

Eliza Stoneman, 8

Samuel Stoneman, 5

61. Sacred to the memory of John Moorshead who departed this life 29 October 1839 aged 68 years

64. In loving memory of William Stidston who died 23 December 1883, aged 73 years, also of Elizabeth Lowton, the dearly beloved wife of the above who died 4 May 1903, aged 75 years

1881 census, Kingston

William Stidston, 70, farmer

Elizabeth Lowton Stidston, 53, wife, born at Cockington

Ernest, 24, unmarried, farmers son

Alice Stidston, 20, unmarried

Edward Stidston, 18, unmarried, farmers son

Kate Stidston, 16, unmarried

Edith Stidston, 11, daughter

Sarah J. Triggs, 14, unmarried, servant, born Torr, Kingston

1871 census, Kingston farmhouse

William Stidston, 60, landowner

Elizabeth Stidston, 43,

Alice M. Stidston, 10, scholar

AlbertE. Stidston, 8, scholar

Kate Stidston, 6, scholar

Edith P. Stidston, 1

1861 census, Scobbiscombe

William Stidston, 50, farmer, 526 acres, employing 6 labourers and 4 boys

Elizabeth Stidston, 33, born Cockington (?marriage, Newton Abbott, October-December 1853, 5b, 267)

Walter John Stidston, 18, unmarried, born Loddiswell

Charles Stidston, 9, scholar

Ernest Samuel Stidston, 4

Alice Marion Stidston, under 1 month

Mary Hellins, 22, sister in law, born Paignton

Albert Lowton, 18, nephew, born Ipplepen

Mary Ann Steer, 46, married, nurse, born Churchstow

Anne Freeman, 22, unmarried, servant

Robert Price, 11, farm servant

1851 census, Scobbiscombe

William Stidston, 40, farmer, 526 acres

Alice Stidston, 34, wife, born Bigbury. (?death, Kingsbridge, January-March 1853, 5b 165)

Anne Stidston, 12, daughter, scholar, born Bigbury

William Alfred Stidston, 10, son, scholar, born Loddiswell

Walter John Stidston, 8, son, scholar, born Loddiswell

James Henry Stidston, 3, son scholar

Richard Stidston, 1, son

Alice Searle, 55, wife

Elizabeth Searle, 18, house servant

Susan Wilton, 55, wife, born Ugborough

Rudrick (sic) Reeve, 24, servant, farm labourer

John Terry, 20, servant

Richard Lee, 15, servant, farm labourer

William Hooppell, 14, servant, farm labourer

Susana Beer, 14, born Bigbury, house servant

Percilla Elliott, 12, house servant

1841 census, Hatch, Loddiswell

William Stidston, 30, farmer

Alice Stidston, 25

Anne Stidston, 2

William Stidston, 4 months

Elizabeth Elliott, 23, house servant

John Kingston, 16, male servant

James Reeve, 15, male servant

Grace Blank, 11, house servant

John Beer, 11, male servant

William Stidston owned 8 shares in the Erme. William King was Master with 12 shares. (see number 92)

65. loving memory of John Hellins, the son of William and Elizabeth Stidston who died June 15 1855 aged 10 months, also of Edward their son who died 17 January 1860 aged 14 months

66. In loving memory of Richard Cole the son of William and Alice Stidston who died 18 August 1848 aged 3 yearsand 4 months

67. In loving memory of Alice, the wife of William Stidston who died 8 February 1853 aged 36 years

68. In loving memory Amelia the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Edgecombe who departed this life 2 September 1858 aged 4 years, also of the above Samuel Edgecombe who died 8 February 1888 aged 66 years (William Triggs of Kingston was the monumental mason.)

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Elizabeth Edgecombe, 58, widow

Samuel Edgecombe, 32, son, unmarried, farm labourer

1881 census, Kingston Village

Samuel Edgecombe, 59, labourer

Elizabeth Edgecombe, 48

Frederick Edgecombe, 25, unmarried, mason

Thomas Edgecombe, 19, unmarried, labourer

Charles Edgecombe, 14, labourer

Amelia Edgecombe, 8, scholar

Emily Edgecombe, 5, scholar

1871 census, Kingston Village

Samuel Edgecombe, 49, labourer

Elizabeth Edgecombe, 39

Samuel Edgecombe, 13, scholar

Thomas Edgecombe, 9, scholar

Elizabeth Edgecombe, 6, scholar

Charles Edgecombe, 4, scholar

Albert Elias Edgecombe, 1

1851 census, Torr

Samuel Edgecombe, 29, unmarried, agricultural labourer

Mary Edgecombe, 61, widow, mother, born in Ringmore

69. Erected in memory of Anne, the daughter of Elias and Elizabeth Edgecombe, who died 26 November 1842 aged 18 years, also Elizabeth the wife of Elias Edgecombe who died 30 April 1869 aged 75 years, also the above Elias Edgecombe who died 22 March 1875 aged 81 years

1871 census,

Elias Edgecombe, 77, lodger, formerly a shoe maker

William Triggs, 40, mason and stonecutter, head, born Ringmore

Amelia Triggs, 36

William H. Triggs, 14, apprentice

Emma Triggs, 12, scholar

Charles Triggs, 10, scholar

Amer Triggs, 9, scholar

Albert J. Triggs, 7, scholar

Francis A. Triggs, 6, scholar

Isabella Triggs, 4, scholar

Ernest Triggs, 2

Mary E. Triggs, 7 months

1851 census, Kingston Village

Elias Edgecombe, 57, shoe maker

Elizabeth Edgecombe, 57

Amelia Edgecombe, 16

Richard Edgecombe, 13, agricultural labourer, servant

Emma Edgecombe, 9

1841 census, Kingston Village

Elias Edgecombe, 45, shoe maker

Elizabeth Edgecombe, 45

Henry Edgecombe, 15

Ann Edgecombe, 15

Elizabeth Edgecombe, 9

Amelia Edgecombe, 6

Richard Edgecombe, 3

70. Sacred to the memory of Mathew Collins who departed this life 12 September 1822 aged 76 years

71. In loving memory of Mary Elizabeth the wife of George Fox who died 29 May 1900 aged 42 years also of the above George Fox who died 27 December 1943 aged 92 years

1901 census, Kingston village

George Fox, 49, master carpenter, employer

William Fox, 19

Minnie Fox, 18

Anne Fox, 12

Frank Fox, 8

Robert Fox, 6 (see South Row N 21)

Violet Fox, 4

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

George Fox, 39, carpenter

Mary Fox, 33

Frederick Fox, 10, scholar

Minnie Fox, 8, scholar

Herbert Fox, 6, scholar

Wilfred Fox, 4, scholar

Anne Fox, 2

William Fox, 5 months

1881 census, Kingston village

George Fox, 29, carpenter

Mary E. Fox, 23

George A. Fox, 1 (see number 71 for 1891 census)

Frederick Fox, 6 months

1861 census, Kingston village

William Fox, 43, head, agricultural labourer

Ann Fox, 34

Elizabeth Fox, 12 scholar

George Fox, 9, scholar

James Hackworthy, 43, unmarried, boarder, agricultural labourer

Samuel Hackworthy, 41, unmarried, boarder, carpenter

72. In loving memory of Samuel Hackworthy who died 15 September 1895 aged 75 years

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Samuel Hackworthy, 71, single, head, living on his own means

Jane Hackworthy, 62, single, sister in law, living on her own means

Thomas Tewkesbury, 45, married, nephew, naval pensioner (see South Row O 14)

Mary A. Tewkesbury, 37, married, niece

Emma L. Tewkesbury, 12, niece, scholar

1881 census, Kingston village

Samuel Hackworthy, 61, unmarried, carpenter

1851 census, Kingston

Samuel Hackworthy, 31, unmarried, carpenter

Mary Hackworthy, 65, mother, widow

73. Sacred to the memory of Thomas Hackworthy who departed this life 6 July 1842 aged 53 years, also of Elizabeth the daughter of Thomas and Mary Hackworthy who departed this life 21 January 1851 aged 22 years

1841 census, Walkspool, Kingston

Thomas Hackworthy, 50, carpenter

Mary Hackworthy, 50

William Hackworthy, 25, agricultural labourer

Samuel Hackworthy, 20, carpenter

Matilda Hackworthy, 20

Elizabeth Hackworthy, 11

74. To the memory of James Hackworthy who died 5 April 1878 aged 50 years

75. Sacred to the memory of Webster Harrison who was unfortunately drowned on 1 January 1818 aged 21 years (monumental mason Newland)

76. In memory of Sarah King the daughter of James and Mary King who departed this life 11 March 1839 aged ?10years

77. Sacred to the memory of James King who departed this life 12 June 1862 aged 81 years (monumental mason Triggs of Kingston)

1861 census, Kingston village

James King, 80, widower, boarder, retired blacksmith

George Thomas, 27, head, blacksmith

Jane Thomas, 31 (see number 84)

Betsey Thomas, 6, scholar

Ellen Thomas, 5, scholar

John Thomas, 4, scholar

George Thomas, 2

Garland Thomas, 2 months

78. To the memory of my Dear Wife Emma Thomas died 23 March 1932 aged 73 years, also in loving memory of John King Thomas who died 24 March 1941 aged 94

1901 census, Kingston Village

George Thomas, 66, widower, head, master blacksmith

John King Thomas, 44, son, married, blacksmith

Emma Thomas, 42, daughter in law

79. To the memory of my Beloved Husband Frederick James Thomas who died 14 March 1929 aged 63

80. Sacred to the memory of John, the son of William and Maryann Skinner, who died 8 April 1846 aged 7 years

81. To the memory of Ann Froude, the wife of Arthur Froude, who departed this life 19 December 1830 aged 38 years

82. In loving memory of George Thomas who died 27 July 1910 aged 76 years (see number 78)

84. In loving memory of Jane, the wife of George Thomas, who died 31 August 1896 aged 65 years (see number 78)

85. To the memory of John Skinner who died 22 January 1870 aged 77 years. Also of Sarah wife of the above who died 4 July 1886 aged 94 years

86. In memory of Elizabeth the wife of Joseph Osborne who departed this life 20 December 1798 aged 45 years

87. Sacred to the memory of Robert Froude who died 10 May 1877 aged 91 years

88. To the memory of Kathryn, the wife of John Lugger, who died 30 March 1834 aged 54 years

89. In memory of Martha Kelly who departed this life 10 February 1815 aged 24 years

90. Sacred to the memory of Robert Hooppell who died 23 March 1876 aged 73 years

1871 census, Kingston village

Robert Hooppell, 69, labourer

Elizabeth Hooppell, 59

Jane Hooppell, 18, daughter, servant

1851 census, Kingston

Robert Hooppell, 49, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Hooppell, 39

Mary Hooppell, 8

Eliza Hooppell, 6

Emma Hooppell, 3

Sarah Ann Hooppell, 3 months

91. Sacred to the memory of Anne, Charles and Sarah the son and daughters of John and Martha Leigh, Anne died 1 January 1832 aged 7 years, Charles died 21 June 1851 aged 6 years, Sarah did 5 July 1851 aged 1 year

1841 census, Kingston village

John Leigh, 40, agricultural labourer

Martha Leigh, 35

Robert Leigh, 9

Richard Leigh, 5

Elizabeth Leigh, 3

William Leigh, 1

92. Sacred to the memory of Susanna the wife of William King who departed this life on 29 October 1847 aged 63 years, also of the above William King who died 19 August 1876 aged 85 years (monumental mason Newland)

For information about William Kings son, also William, see William King, Master Mariner, born Saltergrace 1816, died Salcombe 1883 by W.Scarratt in Maritime South West, the Journal of the South West Maritime History Society, number 20, (2007) page 104. See also South Row D 9 and photograph taken at Robins Farm circa 1912

1851 census, Wonwell Beach

William King, 60, fisherman

Paulina King, 29, daughter, unmarried

Robert Chapel King, 7, grandson

1841 census, Wonwell Beach

William King 45, pilot

Susannah King, 50

John King, 15

Paulina King, 15

Caroline King, 2

93. Sacred to the memory of George Terrey who departed this life 1 October 1832 aged 64 years. Also of Sarah his wife who died 12 June 1859 aged 81 years

1851 census, Bigbury

Sarah Terrey, 73, widow, visitor, pauper of Kingston

John Triggs, 39, widower, licensed peddler

94. Sacred to the memory of Sarah the daughter of George Terrey and Sarah his wife, who departed this life 1 May 1803 aged 9 months

95. Illegible

96. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth Leigh, the wife of John Leigh, who departed this life 25 August 1822 aged 48 years, also of Martha wife of John Leigh who died 2 October 1877 aged 71 years (see 91 above)

97. Sacred to the memory of John Leigh who departed this life 4 March 1816 aged 49 years. Also of John Leigh, the son of the above, who departed this life 15 September 1870 aged 70 years

98. Sacred to the memory of Sarah Daw, the wife of Jonathan Daw, who departed this life 30 October 1806 in the 60th year of her age. Also of Margaret, their daughter, wife of Peter Lugger, who died 28 March 1834 aged 69 years

99. Sacred to the memory of Jonathan Daw who departed this life 26 April 1813 aged 66 years

100. Missing

101, 102 and 103 covered in debris, but recorded by Douglas Fryer as:

101. Arthur Wise, 1851

1851 census, Langston, Kingston

Arthur Wise, 63, head, unmarried, landed proprietor, born Kingston

William Wise, 63, brother, unmarried, captain in army on half pay, born Kingston

Eliza Wise, 55, unmarried, interest of money holder, born Kingston

Betsey Wyatt Mitchel, 24, unmarried, house servant, born Kingston

1841 census, Langston, Kingston

Arthur Wise, 50, farmer

Thomas Wise, 50, independent

Eliza Wise, 45, independent

Jane Wise, 20, independent

Catherine Evans, 40, female servant

Sarah Elliott, 15, female servant

Charlotte Elliott, age illegible, female servant

John King, 15, male servant

John Elliott, 15, male servantJohn Light, 15, male servant

102. Thomas Wise, 1844

103. William Wise, Eliza Wise, dates illegible

Tablet in Church

John Wise Esq. of Wonwell, was born 27 August 1751, and died 19 May 1807

Brief history of Wonwell Court Farm, a note by Mary Petter: (sources are not quoted)

1226 Robert de Womewell owned land adjoining Glebe in Kingston

1296 Thomas de Wonwell (Wongywelle) the first owner is mentioned in a document dated 1750

1428 Johannes or John Wonewille freeholder of Kingston Manor

1450 Robert Hingston

William Hingston (Hyndestone) of Wonwell, sergeant at law, M.P. for Exeter and Devon and Justice of the Peace

Late 15th century Robert Ashford (Ayshford) married Philippa, daughter and heir of Robert Hingston

The Ashford family and descendants continued to occupy Wonwell Court until 1748 when John Wise married Margaret Ashford, daughter and heir of John Ashford

1812 Ashford Wise Esq. paid rates for Wonwell (Poor Law accounts)

1821 the Duke of Somerset bought Wonwell from Ashford Wise

1897 Wonwell owned by H.B. Mildmay, and let to Henry Helmer: yeoman

1906 Wonwell owned by Lord Mildmay of Flete P.C. T.D.

1950 Flete Estate present day owners

104. Sacred to the memory of Arthur Gore Sheil of the 19th Regiment of Foot, only son of Charles Sheil Esq. of Loughrel, County of Galway, Ireland, who died 9 July 1839 aged 35 years, also Margaret Ayshford Sheil died 18 March 1861 aged 58 years

1851 census, 1 Athenaeum Terrace, Plymouth

Mary Wise, 62, head, landed proprietor, born in Kingston

Margaret Sheil, 43, sister, widow, annuitant, born in Kingston

Catherine Sheil 12, niece, scholar, born in Kingston

Mary Edgecombe, 27, servant, born in Kingston

Susan Parden, 22, servant, born in Chagford

1841 census, Brownston Street, Modbury

Margaret Sheil, 30, independent

Catherine Sheil, 2

173. Arthur Dowding Walter, who fell asleep 25 August 1847. Also Thomas Walter, date illegible

174. William Dowding Walter, priest, died at (illegible,) Wiltshire in the vigil of St. Bartholomew, aged 35

175. Illegible

South West wall of churchyard. (SW Wall)

1. In loving memory of George Freeman who was drowned at Mothecombe 22 May 1849 aged 39 years, also of Agnes, his wife, who died 31 May 1885, aged 75 years

1881 census, Kingston Village

Agnes Freeman, 71, widow

1851 census, Kingston Village

Agnes Freeman, 42, head, widow, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Freeman, 9

George Freeman, 7

Eliza Freeman, 4

William Freeman, 2

Mary Hoopell, 74, agricultural labourer, pauper

Sarah Hooppell, 37, agricultural labourer, pauper

2. In loving memory of Walter James Crocker who died 18 April 1984 aged 76 years, also his wife, Selena Millicent, who died 22 June 1984, aged 77 years

3. In loving memory of Wallace Freeman beloved husband of Mary who died 13 February 1981 aged 72 years. Also his beloved wife Mary who died 22 December 1994 aged 85 years

4. In Treasured Memory of Francis Leonard Jarvis who died 3 September 1978 aged 75 years, dearly belovedhusband of Doris, also in memory of his devoted wife Doris May who died 22 September 2003 aged 94 years

5. Sacred to the memory of William Price, who died 1 May 1850 aged 53 years also of Mary Lee Price the youngest daughter of William and Harriet Price who died 11 December 1865 aged 22 years also of Harriet wife of the above William Price who died 11 September 1884 aged 79 years

1851 census, Kingston

Harriett Price, 46, head, pauper, agricultural labourer

John Price, 11, agricultural labourer

Mary Price, 8

James Price, 6

Robert Price, 1

1841 census, Kingston Village

William Price, 45, agricultural labourer

Harriet Price, 35

Robert Price, 12

William Price, 7

Harriet Price, 4

John Price, 1

6. Sacred to the memory of Solomon Stidston who died 24 July 1869 aged 76 years, also of Elizabeth, wife of the above who died 21 July 1877 aged 77 years.

1851 census, Kingston Village

Solomon Stidston, 56, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Stidston, 50

Mary Jane Stidston, 10

7. Here lie the remains of Irena Searl whose soul quitted this life 16 December 1830 in the 11th year of her age.

8. Sacred to the memory of James Lee who departed this life 9 May 1863 aged 78 years, also Elizabeth his wife who departed this life 15 March 1866 aged 86 years.

1861 census

James Lee, 76, stone mason

Elizabeth Lee, 81

1851 census, Kingston Village

James Lee, 66, mason

Elizabeth Lee, 71, born Middlesex, London

Mary Lee, 76, sister, pauper

1841 census, Kingston Village

James Lee, 55, mason

Elizabeth Lee, 60

Mary Lee, 65

9. A.E.T. 1880, P.P. 1861, J.H.P. 1863

10. To the memory of Edward Borgoin who departed this life 4 November 1848 aged 85 years, also of Alice the wife of Edward Burgoin who departed this life 8 June 1852

1851 census, Kingston

Alice Borgoin, 82, widow, lodger, annuitant

Grace Luggar, 32, head, married, agricultural labourers wife

Ann Luggar, 11

Edward Luggar, 9, farm servant

George Luggar, 7

Richard Luggar, 5

Mary Grace Luggar, 2

1841 census, Kingston Village

Edward Borgoin, 75, independant

Alice Borgoin, 70

11. In memory of John Martin died 11 March 1861 aged 84 years, also of Bridget Martin wife of the above John Martin who died 25 April 1863 aged 74 years.

12. Sacred to the memory of Aaron the son of Catherine Evens who was drowned in Mothecombe Harbour 4 July 1852 aged 17 years, also of the above Catherine Evens who died 11 July 1885 aged 89 years.

1851 census, Torrdown, Kingston

Robert Wilton, 49, farmer of 100 acres, 2 labourers employed.

Ann Wilton, 41, wife

Elizabeth Wilton, 15, daughter

John Wilton, 64, brother, pauper

Elizabeth Lee, 54, lodger, annuitant

Thomas Price, 19, unmarried, farm servant

Willie Wilton, 17, unmarried, farm servant

Aaron Evens, 16, unmarried, farm servant

Elizabeth Evens, 14, house servant

Kingston Poor Law Accounts: Apprentices bound out since 1807

1810, Robt. Wilton to Mr. Crimp on Robins Farm

13. Sacred to the memory of Samuel Kerswell, the son of William and Dorothy Wyatt, who departed this life 6 September 1848 aged 28 years. This stone erected by his beloved wife. Also of Dorothy Yabsley Wyatt wife of theabove William Wyattanddaughterof John Kerswell of Revelstoke: Yeoman, who died 24 May 1857 aged 69 years

1851 census, Kingston

William Wyatt, 64, pauper tailor

Dorothy Wyatt, 63, born Ringmore

Mary Hook, 57, visitor, born Ringmore

1841 census, Kingston

William Wyatt, 50, tailor

Dorothy Wyatt, 50,

Samuel Wyatt, 20, mason

Ann Maunder, 9

Seven memorials directly to the west of the War Memorial: (W of WM)

1. Sacred to the memory of Jane, the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Evans, who died 28 March 1866 aged 20 years.

2. In memory of Catherine, the wife of Edward Burgoyn who departed this life 6 January 1812 in the 46th year of herage.

3. Sacred to the memory of Jenny, the wife of James Evins, who departed this life 8 June 1834, aged 72 years,

4. In memory of Jane, the wife of James Wilton who died 16 November 1855 aged 64 years.

On the same tomb stone, upside down, a palimpsest:

In memory of John, the son of James and Jane Wilton who departed this life 13 January 1818, aged 3 years

1851 census, Mothecombe Farm

James Wilton, 62, farmer 28 acres, 1 labourer, born Kingston

Jane Wilton, 60, born Ermington

5. In memory of William, the son of James and Jenny Evins, who departed this life 30 April 1818 aged 13 years

6. R.W. 1877

7. In memory of John Wilton who died 22 July 1855 aged 68 years

1851 census, Torrdown, Kingston

Robert Wilton, 49, farmer of 100 acres, 2 labourers employed.

Ann Wilton, 41, wife

Elizabeth Wilton, 15, daughter

John Wilton, 64, brother, pauper

Elizabeth Lee, 54, lodger, annuitant

Thomas Price, 19, unmarried, farm servant

Willie Wilton, 17, unmarried, farm servant

Aaron Evens, 16, unmarried, farm servant

Elizabeth Evens, 14, house servant

Kingston Poor Law Accounts: Apprentices bound out since 1807

1810, Robt. Wilton to Mr. Crimp on Robins Farm

Grave Stones along South wall of churchyard reading from left to right: (S Wall)

S wall 1. To the memory of Mary the wife of John Skinner who departed this life 16 August 1825aged 33 years

S wall 2. To the memory of Mary the wife of Thomas Hackworthy, who died 22 July 1857 aged 72 years

1851 census, Kingston

Samuel Hackworthy, 31, head, unmarried, carpenter

Mary Hackworthy, 65, mother, widow

1841 census, Walkspool, Kingston

Thomas Hackworthy, 50, carpenter

Mary Hackworthy, 50

William Hackworthy, 25, agricultural labourer

Samuel Hackworthy, 20, carpenter

Matilda Hackworthy, 20Elizabeth Hackworthy, 11

S wall 3. In memory of Eliza, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Stoneman, who died 23 October 1851 aged 19 years

1861 census,

James Stoneman, 71, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Stoneman, 70, born Aveton Gifford

1851 census,

James Stoneman, 59, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Stoneman, 57

George Stoneman, 20, agricultural labourer

Eliza Stoneman, 18, dressmaker

1841 census,

James Stoneman, 50, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Stoneman, 45

John Stoneman, 15

Ann Stoneman, 12

Eliza Stoneman, 8

Samuel Stoneman, 5

S Wall 4.Split in half

S wall 5. Illegible

S wall6. In memory of the daughter of Robert and Mary Froude who died 15 January 1825 aged 1 year. Also of James, the son of Robert and Mary Froude, who died 20 September 1829 aged 3 years

S wall 7. In memory of Thomas, the son of James and Elizabeth Stoneman, who died August (illegible) 1844 aged 20 years. Also of Elizabeth, the wife of James Stoneman, who departed this life 14 November 1867 aged 77 years

1861 census,

James Stoneman, 71, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Stoneman, 70, born Aveton Gifford

S wall 8. In memory of Mary Kelley who died 14 October 1833 aged 85 years

S wall 9. Illegible

S wall 10. Sacred to the memory of John Edgecombewho died 12 February 1802 aged 59 years. Also of Jane his wife who died 10 February 1802 aged 49 years

S wall 11. H.A.B. 1803

S wall 12. Here rests Thomas Hargraves M.A. parish priest of Kingston 1898-1905, who died 21 August 1905 aged 55 years. Also In memory of Marie, wife of the above, who died 19 January 1927 aged 77 years

1901 census, Great Torr, Kingston

Thomas Hargraves, 51, clergyman (Church of England)

Catherine M. Hargraves, 51

S wall 13. To the memory of Elizabeth, the wife of Edward Lugger, who died 31 August 1866 aged 28 years. Also of Elizabeth Mary Maria, their infant daughter, who died 15 December 1866 aged 11 months

S wall 14. Sacred to the memory of Mary Ann, the wife of Robert Hooppell, who departed this life 18 March 1830 aged 20 years. Also of Ann, the daughter of Robert and Mary Ann Hooppell, who departed this life 1 June 1830aged 5 months

S wall 15. In memory of Thomas Hackworthy who departed this life 19 December 1809 aged 51 years. Also of Elizabeth, his widow, who departed this life 18 June 1854 aged 74 years

S wall 16. Sacred to the memory of Mary the wife of Richard Harvey who departed this life 10 November 1823 aged 57 years. Also of the above Richard Harvey who departed this life 7th day of September 1845 aged 83 years

1841 census, Kingston Village

John Ryder, 45, farmer

Elizabeth Ryder, 45

Mary Leigh, 40 servant

Ann Leigh, 8, servant

Richard Harvey, 75, independant

S wall 17. In memory of Elizabeth the daughter of Robert and Deborah Elliott who departed this life 25 February 1782 aged 24 years. Here lies the body of Deborah, their daughter, who departed this life 27 February 1782 aged 28 years. Also of Benjamin Elliott, their son, who departed this life 17 May 1789 aged 25

S wall 18. In memory of Sarah, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Lee, who departed this life 10 September 1810 aged 5 years. Also of James, the son of the above, who departed this life 19 March 1812 aged 10 days

S wall 19. In memory of John Lee who departed this life 14 May 1800 aged 54 years. Also Susan, wife of John Lee, who died 6 May 1814 aged 67 years

S wall 20. Sacred to the memory of Sarah, the wife of William Terry, who died 16 April 1877 aged 71 years. Also of the above William Terry who died 16 February 1892 aged 91 years

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

John Triggs, 56, fisherman

Elizabeth Triggs, 55

David Triggs, 23, farm labourer

William Terry,90, father in law, widower, receiving parish pay

1881 census, Torr Village, Kingston

John Triggs, 44, fisherman

Elizabeth Triggs, 45

David Triggs, 13

William Terry, 80, grandfather, widower, labourer

1871 census, Tor Village

William Terry, 70, agricultural labourer

Sarah Terry, 66

Elizabeth Terry, 13, granddaughter, servant

1861 census, Tor Village, Kingston

William Terry, 60, agricultural labourer

Sarah Terry, 56

1851 census Torr, Kingston

William Terry, 50, agricultural labourer

Sarah Terry, 45

William Terry, 29, unmarried, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Terry, 16, unmarried

Susan Terry, 10

S wall 21. In memory of Jane the beloved daughter of Richard and Mary Loye of this parish who departed this life 6 September 1869 aged 64 years (see also South, Row E 1)

1861 census Kingston Village

Jane Loye, 55, head, unmarried, farming 60 acres of land, employing 1 man, born Newton Ferrers

Elizabeth Loye, 46, sister, unmarried

Mary Jane Simons, 25, unmarried, house servant

John Lee, 11, farm servant

1851 census, Kingston

Richard Loye, 78, head, farming 11 acres, employing 1 labourer, born Stokenham

Mary Loye, 76, born Salcombe Regis

Jane Loye, 44, unmarried, born Newton Ferrers

Elizabeth Loye, 35, unmarried, born East Allington

Sarah Crocker Loye, 9, granddaughter, scholar, born Ringmore

1841 census, Wonwell, Kingston

Richard Loye, 65, farmer

Mary Loye, 65

Jane Loye, 30

Elizabeth Loye, 25

Stephen Loye, 30

William Loye, 4, independant

James Ryder, 20, servant

John Ryder, 15, servant

William Gill, 15, servant

William King, 14, servant

James Evans, 11, servant

Nicholas Light, 10, servant

Sherza Foster, 15, servant

Sarah Masters, 13, servant

Nancy Randall, 15, independent

S wall 22. Sacred to the memory of William Loye who died 10 April 1871 aged 68 years. Also of Elizabeth Jane the daughter of William and Mary Ann Loye who was buried 13 September 1855 aged 5 months

1871 census, Scobbiscombe Cottages

William Loye, 68, married, agricultural labourer, born Newton Ferrers

Susan Loye, 20, unmarried, daughter

1861 census, the Kings Arms Inn, Bigbury

William King Loye, 58, inn keeper, born Collaton, Newton Ferrers

Mary Loye, 41, born Bigbury

Susan Loye, 10, born Bigbury

Thomas Mugford, 40, widower, boarder, agricultural labourer

1851 census, Kingston

William Loye, 48, born Newton Ferrers

Mary Loye, 31, born Bigbury

William Henry Loye, 14, born Marldon, Devon

Phillip Loye, 11, born Marldon

Albert Loye, 6, born Bigbury

Susan Loye, 10 months, born Kingston

S wall 23. In ever loving memory of Hilda Amelia, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Gertrude Ball, who died at Scobbiscombe, Kingston, 10 September 1803 aged 4 years and 10 months

S wall 24. In memory of the wife of John Hackworth who died 27 October 1823 aged 34 years. Also of Mary Ann the daughter of the above who died 12 December 1823 aged 9 months

S wall 25. Sacred to the memory of Samuel, the son of Francis and Dinah Davis who departed this life 10 November 1858 aged 28 years

(See also South wall, number 28)

1871 census, Kingston Village

Francis Davis, 65, agricultural labourer

Dina Davis, 63

1851 census, Royal Artillery Barracks, Woolwich

Samuel Davis, 20, born Kingston. In the 1841 census there is a 10 year old Samuel Davis working as an agricultural labourer at Nodden near Ringmore

1851 census, Kingston

Francis Davis, 45, agricultural labourer, born Kingston

Dinah Davis, 40, born Bigbury

Francis Davis, 10, agricultural labourer, born Kingston

James Davis, 7

George Davis, 5

Rhoda Davis, 2

1841 census, Walkspool, Kingston

Francis Davis, 35, agricultural labourer

Dina Davis, 30

Mary Davis, 7

Edward Davis, 5

Rubin Davis, 2

Francis Davis, 4 months

S wall 26. Sacred to the memory of John Colliyer who departed this life 13 January 1813 aged 56 years.

S wall 27. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth, the wife of William Loye who departed this life 26 June 1841 in the 36th year of her age. Also of William Henry, the son of the above William and Elizabeth Loye, born 9 March 1837died 8 May 1862

S wall 28. In memory of Sophia the daughter of Francis and Dinah Davis who departed this life 12th day of May 1858 aged 1 year. Also of the above Francis Davis who died 24 May 1880 aged 75 years. Also of Dinah wife of the above Francis Davis who died 14 May 1899 aged 91 years

See also South wall, number 25 above

S wall 29. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth Lee who was born 4 December 1786 and died 12 May 1862

1861 census, Torrdown, Kingston

Robert Willcox, 59, farmer of 173 acres, employing 3 labourers and 4 boys

Ann Willcox, 51, wife

Elizabeth Lee, 76, unmarried, boarder, independent, born in Kingston

William Price, 26, unmarried, farm servant

James Price, 16, unmarried farm servant

John Freeman, 14, farm servant

James Scoble, 9, servant

Mary Price, 18, unmarried, house servant

Elizabeth Bond, daughter, married, farmers wife

Ann Bond, 1, granddaughter

Mary Jane Head, 14, childs servant

Elizabeth Emma Pearce, 5, visitor

S wall 30. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth Sullock Gliddon, the daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Gliddon, who departed this life the 13th day of April 1831 aged 5 years. Also of Nicholas Moreshead who died 22 February 1858 aged 53 years

S wall 31. In memory of Elizabeth Veale, the daughter of Anthony and Elizabeth Veale, who died 2 February 1803 aged 42 years. Also of Elizabeth Colliver who departed this life the 5th day of September 1845 aged 61 years

(See also S wall 39)

1841 census, Kingston

John Coliver, 45, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Coliver, 55

Mary Coliver, 75

William Ryder, 20, thatcher

Sarah Ryder, 15 independant

S wall 32. Sacred to the memory of Joseph Gliddon who died 10 September 1833 aged 31 years

S wall 33 Illegible

S wall 34. Sacred to the memory of William Lee who died 18 April 1857 aged 80 years. Also of Elizabeth, wife of the above, who died 16 July 1870 aged 87 years

S wall 35. Sacred to the memory of Jane, the wife of William Rider, who departed this life 7 November 1823 aged 28 years. Also of John Rider, son of the above William and Jane Rider who was drowned 2 May 1849 aged 32 years

S wall 36. In memory of Emily, the beloved daughter of William and Elizabeth Gill, who died 25 October 1896 aged 35 years. The above Elizabeth the wife of John Rider was the daughter of Richard and Mary Harvey of this parish

(for Emily see next memorial, 1871 census)

S wall 37. In loving memory of William Gill who died 11 December 1895 aged 73 years. Also of Elizabeth Gill, beloved wife of the above, who died 21 August 1917 aged 90 years

1891 census, Private cottage, Kingston

William Gill, 68, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Gill, 63

Charles Gill, 26, unmarried, agricultural labourer (see South Row K 11))

Ernest Gill, 21, unmarried, agricultural labourer

1881 census, Kingston

William Gill, 58, labourer

Elizabeth Gill, 53

George Gill, 22, unmarried, mason

Ernest Gill, 11

1871 census, Kingston

William Gill, 48, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Gill, 43

Walter Gill, 22, unmarried, agricultural labourer

William Gill, 20, unmarried, agricultural labourer (see South Row K 7)

Emily Gill, 9, scholar

Charles Gill, 6, scholar (see also South Row K 11)

Ernest Gill, 1

1861 census, Kingston

William Gill, 37, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Gill, 33

Elizabeth Gill, 7

Samuel Gill, 4

George Gill, 2

Mary Southers, 74, widow, boarder

1851 census, Kingston

William Gill, 28, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Gill, 23

Walter King Gill, 2

William Gill, 1 month (see S Row K 7)

Samuel Southers, 68, father in law, pauper

Mary Southers, 64

S wall 38. To the memory of Mary the wife of William Tippett who departed this life 6 January 1859 aged 70 years.Also of the above William Tippett who departed this life 31 March 1867 aged 76 years

S wall 39. In memory of Mary Colliver who departed this life the 2nd day of May 1849 aged 87 years

See also S wall 31 above

1841 census, Kingston

John Coliver, 45, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Coliver, 55

Mary Coliver, 75

William Ryder, 20, thatcher

Sarah Ryder, 15 independent

Southern area of churchyard

S Row A 1. In loving memory of Rosa, the beloved wife of James Agg (of H.M. Coastguards) who passed peacefully away 22 December 1901aged 30 years. Also in loving memory of James, the beloved husband of Winifred Agg his second wife, who was killed in the explosion on H.M.S. Vanguard 9 July 1917 aged 46 years.

(see War Memorial)

1901 census, 3 Coastguard Station, Kingston

James Agg, 30, boatman HM Coastguard, Navy man, born Bristol

Rosa Agg, 29, born Weymouth

S Row A 2. In loving memory of Janet the wife of Charles Victor Triggs who fell asleep 1 September 1924 aged 38 years. Also of the above Charles Victor Triggs who was killed in France 1 July 1916 aged 29 years.

(see War Memorial)

1901 census, Kingston Village

Bessie S. Triggs, 37. widow, born Plymstock

Charles V. Triggs, 12

William A. Triggs, 11 (see South Row R 4)

Bessie L. Triggs, 10

Samuel R. Triggs, 8

Alfred E. Triggs, 5

Percy T. Triggs, 4

Mary I Triggs, 1

1891 census, private cottage

Charles Triggs, 30, mason

Bessie Triggs, 27

Winifred A. Triggs, 4

Charles V. Triggs, 2

William A. Triggs, 1 (see South Row R 4)

Bessie L. Triggs, 5 months

S Row A 3. In loving memory of Emily Gertrude, the dearly beloved wife of James Terry, who died 2 August 1919 aged 58 years. Also of the above James Terry who died 5 March 1939 aged 79 years. Also Stanley John Terry,dearly loved husband of Edna, and son of the above, who died 10 December 1977 aged 79 years. Also Edna Maude Terry, wife of the above, who died 11 January 1994 aged 85 years

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

James Terry, 31, agricultural labourer

Emily G. Terry, 29

Annie I. Terry, 1

1881 census, Kingston Village

James Terry, 54, fisherman

Mary A. Terry, 60

James Terry, 21, labourer

1871 census, Kingston Village

James Terry, 44, labourer

Mary Ann Terry, 50

James Terry, 11, labourers boy

Susan E. Terry, 9, scholar

1861 census, Torr village, Kingston

James Terry, 33, agricultural labourer

Mary Ann Terry, 40

Ann Terry, 7, scholar

Elizabeth Terry, 3

James Terry, 1

S Row A 4(a) In loving memory of Annie the beloved wife of Frederick James Gill who died 20 August 1918 aged 35 years. Also Queenie Gladys who died in infancy

1901 census, 23 Kingston Village

Walter K. Gill, 52, waggoner (horse) on farm

Hannah Gill, 49

Samuel G. Gill, 24, single, teamster (horse) on farm

(see South Row J 9 below)

Frederick J. Gill, 16, single, carter on farm

Lottie M. Gill, 13

Ernest A. Gill, 10

Percy Gill, 5

S Row A 4. In memory of the dearly beloved children of Harry and Mary Truscott (the School House, Kingston.) Howard John died 1 August 1896 aged 13 months, Walter Edward, died 9 April 1903 aged 8 months. Also Percy died 27 December 1905 aged 7 years and 11 months

S Row A 5. In ever loving memory of Harry, the devoted husband of Mary Truscott, who died 27 March 1925, aged 61

1901 census, School House, Kingston

Harry Truscott, 37, elementary schoolmaster born Tintagel, Cornwall

Mary Truscott, 39, elementary schoolmistress, born Wednesbury, Staffordshire

Dora Truscott, 7, born Bigbury, Devon

Percy Truscott, 3, born Kingston

Harry B. Truscott, 10 months, born Kingston

1891 census, 118 Arran Street, Roath, Cardiff

Harry Truscott, 29, schoolteacher

Mary Truscott, 29

1881 census, 3 New Road, St. Columb Major, Cornwall

Samuel Truscott, 41, police constable, born St. Austell

Elizabeth Truscott, 40, dressmaker, born St. Austell

Harry Truscott, 17, pupil teacher,

John Truscott, 12, scholar, born Canworthy Water

Annie Truscott, 6, scholar, born Port Isaac

Emma Truscott, 3, born Luxulyan

Lillie Truscott, 1, born Luxulyan

1871 census, St. Wenn, Churchtown

Samuel Truscott, 31 police constable

Sarah Ann Truscott, 33, born St. Austell

Harry Truscott, 7

John Truscott, 2,

Charlie Tuscott, 1, born Warbstow

S Row A 6. In loving memory of Sarah Jane Theobald 1878-1935, and Tom Theobald 1877-1972. And Daisy Theobald 1914-1998

S Row A 7. In loving memory of Alice Mary, oldest daughter of Thomas and S. Theobald, died 2 June 1915 aged 11 years. Also of Frederick John who died in infancy

S Row A 8. In loving memory of our dear mother, Isabella Barkshire who died 9 January 1932 aged 65. Also of Cedric Brown, died 23 January 1969 aged 49 years

1901 census, 3 Kingston Torr

Harry Barkshire, 36, artisan 1st class painter, Royal Navy, born Reading, Berkshire

Isabella Barkshire, 34, born Kingston

William H. Barkshire, 10

Bernard Barkshire, 9

Frederic A Barkshire, 6

Cerise M. Barkshire, 2

1871 census, Reading and Wokingham District School, Wargrave Berkshire

A Harry Barkshire, aged 8, is recorded in this institution which was a boarding school for pauper children, he was Chargeable to Reading.

An 1844 Act of Parliament allowed Poor Law Unions within a fifteen-mile radius to form a School District to facilitate the setting up of large joint schools for pauper children. The Reading & Wokingham was one of the few School Districts that were ever formed.

In 1858, a report by Poor Law Board Inspector, Mr Pigott, noted:

This district school, although unfavourably circumstanced in respect of its locality, and the imperfect construction and arrangement of the buildings (the old Workhouse of the Wokingham Union), continues, notwithstanding, to improve yearly in efficiency under the excellent management of the present Superintendent and Matron, Mr. and Mrs. Preeseman. The total number of children now at Wargrave is 155; 69 boys, and 86 girls. They are in excellent health; and the School Inspector reports very favourably of their intellectual progress. Great attention is paid to their instruction in such industrial occupations as may tend to enable them at an early ago to gain a livelihood. The girls perform all the household duties, laundry work, &c.; and a certain number are regularly employed in the kitchen and dairy. For the boys the Guardians occupy ten acres of land, which are wholly cultivated by them; and they keep thereon four cows and a number of pigs. The net profit on these ten acres for the year ending Lady-day 1857 (after deducting 4l. an acre for the rent and the rates and taxes) was 182 15s, or 18 5s. 6d. per acre, great as this profit may appear, I have carefully examined the accounts and stock, and am quite satisfied that there is no error or exaggeration. In the course of the current year, ending on the 1st January 1858, fifteen boys and girls have got out to respectable service, and have retained their places."

S Row A 9. In loving memory of Edith Jane, beloved wife of Ernest Triggs who died 12 June 1941 aged 71 years. Also the above Ernest Triggs who died 18 October 1955 aged 86 years

S Row B 1. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth Leigh, the wife of John Leigh, who died 16 December 1874 aged 38 years. Also of the above John Leigh who died 17 July 1883 aged 53 years

1881 census, Hooppells Torr, Kingston

John Leigh, 50, widower, labourer

David Leigh, 11, labourer

Samuel Leigh, scholar

(unnamed) Bunker, 5 days, born Kingston

George Bunker, 46, visitor, cordwainer, born Ermington

Elizabeth Bunker, 26, visitor, born Devonport

1871 census, Torr Village, Kingston

John Leigh, 41, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Leigh, 34

Harry Leigh, 4

James Leigh, 3

David Leigh, 1

1861 census, Torr Village, Kingston

John Leigh, 30, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Leigh, 26,

Elizabeth Ann Leigh, 5

Charles Leigh, 4

Samuel Leigh, 2

Albert Leigh, 2 months

1851 census, Easton, Bigbury

Thomas Pearce, 59, farmer of 180 acres, employing 10 labourers, born Aveton Gifford

Mary Beard, 71, servant, house keeper, born Charleton

Margaret Randle, 20, servant, born Modbury

John Leigh, 21, servant, born Kingston

John Terry, 15, servant, born Bigbury

1841 census, Scobbiscombe

William Blackler, 40, farmer

Eliza Blackler, 40

Thomas Blackler, 14

Ann Blackler, 12

George Blackler, 1

Richard Freeman, 20 servant

Agnes Freude, 15, servant

Henry Worth, 15, servant

John Harvey, 14, servant

Thomas Davis, 12, servant

Ann Gill, 12, servant

John Hooppell, 11, servant

John Leigh, 11 servant

S Row B 2. Sacred to the memory of Samuel Leigh who died 13 October 1888 aged 46 years

S Row B 3. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth Ann, the beloved daughter of Henry and Mary Edgecumbe, who died 15 March 1870 aged 16 years. Also the wife of the above Henry Edgecombe who died 2 May 1917 aged 93 years

(See number 52 above for Mary Edgecombe)

(S) Row B 4. In loving memory of Emily the wife of Arthur James Triggs who fell asleep 2 April 1917 aged 57 years. Also of 4 of their children, Lily Verrent; Percy, George Arthur; and Cecil. Also of the above Arthur James Triggs who died 14 November 1936 aged 81 years

1901 census, Greenland, Kingston

Arthur J. Triggs, 46, mason and farmer, employer

Emily Triggs, 41

Minnie Triggs, 17

Janet Triggs, 14

Dorothy E. Triggs, 13

Joseph H. Triggs, 10

1891 census, Greenland Cottage, Kingston

Arthur J. Triggs, 36, mason

Emily Triggs, 30

Minnie Triggs, 7

Janet Triggs, 4

Dorothy E. Triggs, 3

A Child, son, 10 days

1881 census, Vicarage Farm, Kingston

James Triggs, 60, farmer of 50 acres employing 1 man

Elizabeth Triggs, 62

Hannah M. Triggs, 31

Elizabeth L. Triggs, 28

Arthur J. Triggs, 26, builder

Alfred J. Triggs, 21

Arnold W. Triggs, 8

1871 census, Kingston Village

James Triggs, 50, builder

Elizabeth W. Triggs, 52

Charlotte Triggs, 23

Hannah Triggs, 21

Elizabeth L. Triggs, 18

Arthur Triggs, 16

Alfred S. Triggs 4

1861 census, Kingston Village

James Triggs, 40, stone mason

Elizabeth Triggs, 41

John Triggs, 19, mason

Charlotte Triggs, 13, scholar

Hannah Naomi Triggs, 11, scholar

Elizabeth Lydia Triggs, 8, scholar

Arthur James Triggs, 6

Alfred Joseph Triggs, 6

(S) Row B 5. Sacred to the memory of Jane the wife of Thomas Berry who died 11 February 1892 aged 75 years

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Jane Berry, 73, head, widow, living on her own means, born Holbeton

Frederic Edgecombe, 36, grandson in law, mason

Mary Edgecombe, 24, granddaughter, born London

1881 census, Okenbury Farm, Ringmore

Jane Berry, 63, widow, visitor

Mary J. Berry, 14, visitor, monitress, born Middlesex, London

John White, 52, head, unmarried, farmer of 604 acres, employing 8 men, 3 boys, born Ringmore

George White, 63, married, cousin, visitor, ship owner, born Modbury

Mary White, 50, married, visitor, born Totnes

George Morgan, 11, cousin, scholar, born Plymouth

Amelia Kingdom, 32, married, housekeeper, born Stokenham

Thomas Kingdom, 29, married, servant, born Oakford

Alice M. Kingdom, 4, servants child, born Kingston

Mabel J. Kingdom, 1, servants child, born Kingston

Mary A. Kingdom, 2 months, servants child, born Ringmore

Ellen Triggs, 17, servant, born Ringmore

Charles Gill, 16, farm servant, indoor, born Kingston

Charles King, 16, farm servant, indoor, born Kingston

Henry Lee, 15, farm servant, indoor, born Kingston

Nina Light, 14, servant, born Kingston

1871 census, Kingston Village

Thomas Berry, 66, retired farmer, born Ringmore

Jane Berry, 53

Mary Jane Berry, 4, granddaughter, born London

Robert Hooppell, 40, unmarried, lodger, retired farmer, born Bigbury

1861 census, Kingston Village

Thomas Berry, 54, victualer

Jane Berry, 43

Thomas Berry, 9, grandson, scholar, born Oakford

Amy Stone, 16, house servant, Holbeton

William Edwards, 15, farm servant, born Ringmore

S Row B 6. In loving memory of Charles Triggs the beloved husband of Bessie Triggs who died 12 February 1901 aged 40 years. Also of Winifred Annie their daughter who died 21 December 1895 aged 9 years

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Charles Triggs, 30, mason

Bessie Triggs, 27

Winifred A. Triggs, 4

Charles V.Triggs, 2

William A. Triggs, 1

Bessie L. Triggs, 5 months

1881 census, Kingston

William Triggs, 51, widower, builder, born Ringmore (see S Row B 7)

Charles Triggs, 20, unmarried, mason, born Kingston

Annie Triggs, 19, unmarried, housekeeper

Albert J. Triggs, 17, unmarried, mason

Isabella Triggs, 14, teacher in Board School

Ernest, 12, scholar

1871 census, Kingston

Elias Edgecombe, 77, lodger, formerly a shoe maker

William Triggs, 40, mason and stonecutter, head, born Ringmore

Amelia Triggs, 36 (see S Row B 8)

William H. Triggs, 14, apprentice

Emma Triggs, 12, scholar

Charles Triggs, 10, scholar

Amer Triggs, 9, scholar

Albert J. Triggs, 7, scholar

Francis A. Triggs, 6, scholar

Isabella Triggs, 4, scholar

Ernest Triggs, 2

Mary E. Triggs, 7 months (see S Row B 8)

1861 census, Kingston Village

William Triggs, 31, mason

Amelia Triggs, 26, dressmaker

William Henry Triggs, 4, scholar

Emma Triggs, 2

Charles Triggs, 11 months

S Row B 7. In loving memory of William Triggs who died 27 March 1913 aged 83 years (see S Row B 6 above)

S Row B 8. In memory of Amelia the wife of William Triggs who died 12 October 1871 aged 36 years. Also of Amelia Triggs Hines who died 17 November 1884 aged 5 years, the daughter of John and Emma Hines and granddaughter of the above.

In memory of Mary Elizabeth the daughter of William and Amelia Triggs, born 29 August 1870 died 24 June 1871. Also of Amelia Alice Triggs who died 9 May 1886 aged 4 months the daughter of Bessie Selina Triggs, granddaughter of the above. (see South, Row B 6)

S Row B 9. In loving memory of Emma, the beloved wife of Henry James Williams, who died 25 September 1912 aged 71years. Also in memory of the above Henry James Williams who passed peacefully away on 10 May 1921 at the age of 76. Interred at St. Budeaux

1901 census, Post Office, Kingston

Henry J. Williams, 55, sub postmaster, boot and shoemaker, working at home on his own account, born Ermington

Emma Williams, 59, born Kingston

May A. Williams, 20, single, pupil teacher school

1891 census, Post Office, Kingston

Henry Williams, 45, shoemaker

Emma Williams, 49

John Williams, 22, unmarried, shoemaker

1881 census, Kingston Village

Henry Williams, 35, boot and shoemaker

Emma Williams, 39

John Williams, 12

May A. Williams, 2 months

1871 census, Kingston Village

Henry Williams, 25, boot and Shoemaker

Emma Williams, 29

John Williams, 2

S Row B 10. In loving memory of Amelia dearly loved wife of Thomas Kingdom who died 5 March 1920 aged 72 years. Also of the above Thomas Kingdom who died 5 November 1934 aged 82 years

(see also S Row I 8)

S Row C 1. In memory of Isaac Goss who died 21 March 1869 aged 53 years. Also of Ann Goss, wife of the above, who died 2 January 1888 aged 73 years

1861 census, Cleave, Diptford

Isaac Goss, 46, born Dean Prior, farmer 100 acres, 1 man

Ann Goss, 45, born Loddiswell

John Goss, 25, unmarried, born Diptford

Ann Goss, 12

Richard Goss, 10

Thomas Goss, 8 (see S Row C 3)

Elizabeth Goss, 6

Samuel Goss, 3

George Crocker, 30, servant, farm labourer

S Row C 2. In memory of Samuel, the beloved child of George and Sarah Goss, born at the Isle of Wight 6 March 1872, died at Kingston 20 February 1873. Also in memory of the above George Goss who died in the (illegible)West Indies (date illegible)

S Row C 3. In loving memory of Thomas Goss who died 14 April 1900 aged 47 years. Also Samuel Albert (sergeant 1st Canadians) dearly beloved son of the above and Rhoda Goss, born 10 November 1892 killed at Passendale Ridge 6November 1917 (see War Memorial)

1891 census, Farm House, Kingston

Thomas Goss, 39, born Diptford, working with horse and cart

Rhoda A. Goss, 37

Gilbert Goss, 15, general labourer

Ada K. Goss, 10, scholar

Alfred J. Goss, scholar

Marion T. Goss, 3

Thomas Goss, 1

1881 census, Kingston Village

Thomas Goss, 27, labourer

Rhoda A. Goss, 27

Annie M. Goss, 7, scholar

Gilbert T. Goss, 5, Scholar

Ada Kate Goss, 3 months

1871 census, Wastor, Farm House

(illegible) Goss, 54, farmer of 75 acres

John Goss, 35, farmers son

Agnes Goss, 23

Richard Goss, 20, farmers son

Thomas Goss, 17, farmers son

Elizabeth Goss, 16

Samuel Goss, 13, farmers son

S Row C 4. In loving memory of James Torr who died at Clyng Mills 4 August 1899 aged 51 years. Also of Charlotte Torr who died 26 January 1928 aged 80 years.

1881 census, Clyng Mill, Kingston

John Torr, 74, head, widower, miller and farmer, born Manston, Devon

James Torr, 33, miller and farmer, born Widdicombe

Charlotte Torr, 33, born Kingston

Francis G. Torr, 4

Eva R. E. Torr, 1

Emily O. Torr, 4 months

Charles Crocker, 16, servant (see South Row L 8)

Dinah H. Edwards, 16, servant, born Aveton Gifford

1871 census, Clyng Mill

John Torr, 64, miller

Elizabeth Torr, 61

George Torr, 20, millers son

Betsey Torr, 2, granddaughter

George Downing, 15, servant

Betsey Lee, 14, servant

Joseph Downing, 8, lodger

S Row C 5. In loving memory of Thomas Hackworthy who died 12 March 1889 aged 65 years. Also of Thomas Charles, the beloved son of Thomas and Mary Ann Tewkesbury, and grandson of the above, who died April 30 1891 aged 15 years. Also of Jane, wife of Thomas Hackworthy, who died 30 November 1922 aged 94 years. Also their daughter Emma Mary wife of William Bond who died 3 February 1922 aged 69 years

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Samuel Hackworthy, 71, single, head, living on his own means

Jane Hackworthy, 62, single, sister in law, living on her own means

Thomas Tewkesbury, 45, married, nephew, naval pensioner

(see South Row O 14)

Mary A. Tewkesbury, 37, married, niece

Emma L. Tewkesbury, 12, niece, scholar

1881 census, Kingston Village

Thomas Hackworthy, 56, carpenter

Jane Hackworthy, 52

Emma M. Hackworthy, 28, unmarried

1871 census, Kingston Village

Thomas Hackworthy, 46, carpenter

Jane Hackworthy, 42

Emma M. Hackworthy, 18

1901 census, Greenbank Plymouth

William Bond, 48, general labourer, born Dawlish

Emma Bond, 49, born Kingston

S Row C 6. In loving memory of George Freeman Lugger, the beloved husband of Mary Lugger, who died 19 April 1902 aged 38 years. Also of the above Mary Lugger who died 5 May 1931 aged 69 years

1881 census, Kingston Village

William Lugger, 41, widower, labourer

Elizabeth Lugger, 20, unmarried, housekeeper

George F. Lugger, 17, labourer

William Lugger, 14, labourer

Alfred Lugger, 12, labourer

Samuel Lugger, 10, scholar

S Row C 7. In loving memory of Elizabeth, the wife of William Lugger, who died 3 February 1872 aged 31 years. Also of the above William Lugger who died 30 December 1899 aged 61 years. And of Sarah, the daughter of William and Elizabeth d 29 December 1871 aged 9 years. Alsoof Alice Jane,the daughter of Alfred and Elizabeth Bertha Lugger, who died 19 April 1903 aged 2 years. And of her sister Evelyn who died 10 December 1908 aged 7 months. Alsowho died 15 June 1938 aged 65 years. Also In loving memory of Alfred Lugger, the dearly beloved husband of the above, who died 9 December 1945 aged77 years.

1891 census, Kingston Village

William Lugger, 50, widower, potato farmer

Alfred Lugger, 23, potato farmer, assistant

Samuel Lugger, 20, potato farmer, assistant

S Row C 8. In loving memory of Robert Chapple, the beloved husband of Mary Elizabeth King, who died 26 January 1915 aged 71 years. Also of the above Mary Elizabeth who died 26 August 1931 aged 70 years

S Row C 9. In loving memory of Tom dearly loved husband of Sophie Shelton died 6 April 1920 aged 41 years

S Row C 10. In loving memory of Emily the beloved wife of William Lugger who died 9 September 1929 aged 62. Also of the above William Lugger who died 14 December 1947 aged 82. Also Alfred Phillip, the loving son of the above who died 20 April 1972 aged 76. Also Samuel James Lugger husband of Gwen who died 28 November 1978 aged 80. And his wife Gwendolyn Henrietta Louise who died 2 February 1987 aged 78 years. And Clarence Edward Lugger who died 8 June 1987 aged 84 years beloved son of Emily and William

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

William Lugger, 25, general labourer

Emily Lugger, 25

Elizabeth Lugger, 2

William Lugger, 9 months

S Row C 11. In treasured memory of William George Lugger, beloved husband of Annie (Cissie), who passed away 1February 1962 aged 71 years. Also Annie (Cissie) beloved wife of the above who died 20 January 1983aged84 years.Inloving memory of Winifred Frances Woodfield, daughter of the above, who died 18 July 2004 aged 85 years. Also her husband, George William Woodfield who died 12 January 1987 aged 75 years

S Row D 1. Sacred to the memory of Philip, the son of Richard and Jane Loye, born 12 August 1834, died 31 May 1861. Also Richard Loye, father of the above, who died 6 March 1870 aged 68 years. Also Jane, wife of the above Richard Loye, who died 7 December 1887 aged 88 years

1861 census, Wonwell Barton, Kingston

Richard Loye, 59, farmer of 320 acres, employing 8 labourers and 3 boys, born Newton Ferrers

Jane Loye, 61, born Aveton Gifford

Richard Loye, 33, unmarried, born Newton Ferrers

Emma Loye, 28, unmarried, born Newton Ferrers

Phillip Loye, 26, unmarried, born Newton Ferrers

Catherine Loye, 25, unmarried, born Newton Ferrers

James Lugger, 15, farm servant, born Kingston

Roger Prowse, 12, farm servant, born Ringmore

Mary Jane Ryder, 12, house servant, born Kingston

Charles Roger Covey, 31, lodger, curate of Kingston, born Alderton Rectory, Cheltenham

1851 census, Wonwell

Richard Loye, 49, farmer of 320 acres employing 6 labourers

Jane Loye, 50

Richard Loye, 23,

Emma Loye, 17,

Phillip Loye, 16

Catherine Loye, 15

William Loye, 13

James Loye, 9, scholar

Eliza Basset, 23, unmarried, house servant, born Ugborough

James Lake, 20, unmarried, agricultural labourer, born Charleton

George Wilton, 15, agricultural labourer, born Kingston

James Light, 14, agricultural labourer, born Kingston

Elias Cumming, 53, lodger, agricultural labourer, not servant, born Aveton Gifford

Mary Cumming, 54

Nicholas Cumming, 13

S Row D 2. In loving memory of Richard Freeman who died 22 February 1882 aged 62 years. Also Matilda, his wife, whodied 5 May 1902 aged 84 years. And Thomas Freeman their son died 1 February 1937 aged 86 years

1881 census, Kingston Village

Richard Freeman, 59, labourer, born Ringmore

Matilda Freeman, 66, born Kingston

Thomas Freeman, 30, unmarried, born Kingston

1851 census, Kingston

Richard Freeman, 30, agricultural labourer

Matilda Freeman, 36

Elizabeth Freeman, 5

Thomas Freeman, 10 months

1841 census, Scobbiscombe, Kingston

William Blackler, 40, farmer

Eliza Blackler, 40

Thomas Blackler, 14

Ann Blackler, 12

George Blackler, 1

Richard Freeman, 20, man servant

Henry Worth, 15, man servant

John Harvey, 14, man servant

Thomas Davies, 12, man servant

John Leigh, 11, man servant

John Hooppell, 11, man servant

Agnes Froude, 15, female servant

Ann Gill, 12, female servant

S Row D 3. In memory of Elizabeth Janes the beloved daughter of John and Susan (surname has been removed) who died 24 March 1904 aged 50 years

1901 census, Kingston Village

Richard Janes, 55, head, unmarried, agricultural labourer

William Janes, 52, brother, unmarried, general labourer

Elizabeth Janes, 47, sister, unmarried, housekeeper

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Richard Janes, 46, head, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Janes, 37, sister, housekeeper

1881 census, Kingston Village

Richard Janes, 36, head, unmarried, agricultural labourer

Susan Janes, 64, mother, widow,

William Janes, 33, brother, unmarried, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Janes, 27, sister, unmarried

1861 census, Kingston Village

John Janes, 59, agricultural labourer

Susanna, 68, born Revelstoke

John Janes, 18, unmarried, agricultural labourer

William Janes, 12, agricultural labourer

Mary Ann Janes, 9, scholar

Elizabeth Janes, 7, scholar

S Row D 4. In memory of John Searle the beloved son of Robert and Elizabeth King who died 17 May 1893 aged 3 years and 9 months

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Robert C. King, 47, agricultural labourer

Mary E. King, 36

Annie King, 9, scholar

Mary King, 5, scholar

John S. King, 1

S Row D 5. In loving memory of John Martin who died 8 July 1890 aged 56 years. Also Christina (Kitty) wife of the above who died 20 July 1920 aged 79 years

1881 census, Kingston Village

John Martin, 47, labourer

Caroline (sic) Martin, 40

Bessie King, granddaughter, 2

1871 census, Kingston Village

John Martin, 36, labourer

Kitty Martin, 30

Mary E. Martin, 9, scholar

1851 census, Okenbury Farm

John White, 21, unmarried, farmer of 169 acres, employing 4 men, born Ringmore (see (S) Row B 5)

Mary Davis, 17, house servant

John Martin, 16, agricultural labourer

Richard Edwards, 15, agricultural labourer

George Ryder, 13,agricultural labourer

Note that John Whites mother, 61, a widow, is recorded as farming 222 acres at Okenbury, employing 5 labourers

S Row D 6. Sacred to the memory of Ann Burt the wife of Charles Francis who died 30 March 1872 aged 36 years.

Husband farewell, and children the same, I am come to dust from whence I came. hope in heaven your souls to see, so live the life to come to me.

1871 census, Kingston Village

Charles Francis, 46, coastguard, born Norfolk

Ann B. Francis, 32, born Plymouth

Ann Francis, 14, scholar, born Plymouth

Susan Francis, 11, scholar, born Kingston

James Francis, 9, scholar. Born Kingston

Charles, 4, born Kingston

Brenda, 7 months, born Kingston

S Row D 7. In loving memory of Mary Jane, the beloved wife of William Aggett Torr, late of Earlescombe Mills,who died 14 June 1914 aged 79 years. Also the above William Aggett Torr who died 21 January 1922 aged 86 years

1891 census, Earlescombe Mills, Ludbrook, Ugborough

William A. Torr, 55, farmer and miller, born Exeter

Mary J. Torr, 55, born Woodley

Florence Torr, 23, born Ermington

Sarah K. Torr, 19, born North Huish

Amelia K. Torr, 15, born Ermington

Alfred (illegible) 4, grandson, born Newton Ferrers

1881 census, Ermington

William A. Torr, 45, miller, born Bridford

Mary J. Torr, 45, born Woodleigh

Charles W. Torr, 15, works at home

Florence Torr, 12, scholar, born Ermington

Sarah K. Torr, 9, scholar

Amelia Kate Torr, 5

John H. Simmons, 22, boarder, unmarried, plumber, place of birth not known

Charles M. Turner, 21, boarder, unmarried, general labourer, born Torquay

1871 census, Ermington Village

William A. Torr, 35, miller, born Chagford

Mary Jane Torr, 35

Thurza Jane Torr, 10, scholar, born Holne

Mary Jane Torr, 8, scholar

Charles Torr, 5, scholar

Florence Torr, 3

S Row D 8. In loving memory of James Evans who entered into rest 15 January 1915 aged 71 years. Also of Lydia, his wife, passed peacefully away 20 November 1915 aged 72 years

1901 census, Kingston Village

James Evans, 58, master baker, working on his own account at home, born Kingston

Lydia Evans, 57, born Widdicombe in the Moor

Elizabeth Evans, 24, unmarried

Maude Evans, 20, unmarried

Evelyn Evans, 17, unmarried

Fred Tarr, 15, nephew, born Kingston

1891 census, Baker and Grocer Shop, Kingston

James Evans, 48, baker, grocer and draper

Lydia Evans, 48

Lydia Evans, 17, dressmaker

Ethel A. Evans, 16

Elizabeth Evans, 14

Mabel E. Evans, 12

Maud Evans, 10, scholar

Evelyn, 7, scholar

Walter Evans, 38, unmarried, pensioner

(S) Row D 9. In sacred memory of William King (late of Home Farm) the devoted husband of Amelia who passed over 27 December 1941 aged 61 years. Also of Amelia Kate dearly loved wife of the above who passed over 11 January 1944 aged 68 years

1901 census, Robins and Veale Farms, Kingston

William King, 20, head, unmarried, farmer, employer

Annie King, 19, sister, unmarried, housekeeper

Thomas King, 5, brother

Paulina Searle, 79, grandmother, widow, living on own means. (see number 22)

1891 census, Farm House, Kingston

Joseph Searle, 58, Farmer

Paulina Searle, 70, Wife

William King, 10, Grandson, Scholar

Mary A. Kendall, 17, Single, Domestic servant, born Bigbury

(S) Row E 1. Sacred to the memory of Stephen Rue Loye, the son of Richard and Mary Loye of Wonwell in this parish, who departed this life 23rd day of December 1849 aged so of Mary, wife of the above Richard Loye, who departed this life the 24th day of 2 aged 78 years. Also Richard Loye who departed this life the 12th day of February 1857 aged 86 years

1851 census, Kingston

Richard Loye, 78, head, farming 11 acres, employing 1 labourer, born Stokenham

Mary Loye, 76, born Salcombe Regis

Jane Loye, 44, unmarried, born Newton Ferrers

Elizabeth Loye, 35, unmarried, born East Allington

Sarah Crocker Loye, 9, granddaughter, scholar, born Ringmore

1841 census, Wonwell, Kingston

Richard Loye, 65, farmer

Mary Loye, 65

Jane Loye, 30

Elizabeth Loye, 25

Stephen Loye, 30

William Loye, 4, independant

James Ryder, 20, servant

John Ryder, 15, servant

William Gill, 15, servant

William King, 14, servant

James Evans, 11, servant

Nicholas Light, 10, servant

Sherza Foster, 15, servant

Sarah Masters, 13, servant

Nancy Randall, 15, independent

(S) Row E 2. In loving memory of Thomas Henry Wilcox, beloved husband of Ivy, died 3 February 1975 aged 67 years. Also the above Ivy who died 13 October 1986 aged 80 years

(S) Row E 3. In loving memory of Mary Hackworthy Freeman who died 7 August 1832 aged 79 years. Also William, husband of the above who died 29 August 1832 aged 83 years. Life is lonely without them, and sad the weary way, for life and home are not the same since they were called away.

(S) Row E 4. In loving memory of Ernest, beloved son of William and Mary Freeman, who died 4 June 1945 aged 47. Also his brother Samuel J. Freeman who died 2 November 1957 aged 76

1901 census, Kingston Village

William Freeman, 51, agricultural labourer

Mary Freeman, 45

Samuel J. Freeman, 20, teamster of horses on farm

Evelyn M. Freeman, 14, monitoress in school

Sydney R. Freeman, 11

George, 8

Ernest, 5

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

William Freeman, 41, agricultural labourer

Mary Freeman, 36

Samuel J. Freeman, 10, scholar

Beatrice Freeman, 6, scholar

Evelyn Freeman, 3

Sydney R. Freeman, 1

(S) Row E 5. In everlasting memory of Elsie Augusta Triggs, beloved daughter of James and Charlotte Torr, who died at Clyng Mill 6 December 1916 aged 29 years. Also of Edward Charles Triggs and Stanley John Triggs, two of their children who died in infancy (see South, Row C 4)

(S) Row E 6. Sacred to the memory of Peter Torr, the son of John and Elizabeth Torr who died at Clyng Mill in this parish on the 28th of January 1875 aged 29 years. Also Eliza Louisa, wife of the above Peter Torr who died 27 May 1887 aged 41 years (see South, Row C 4)

(S) Row E 7. Sacred to the memory of Samuel Evans, late head constable of Devonport Borough Police Force, who died 27 September 1906 aged 75 years. Also Ellen, sister of the above, died 13 August 1913 aged 61

1901 census, Torlington Court, Kingston (opposite the end of Vicarage Lane, and Chapel Row)

Samuel Evans, 69, widower, retired chief constable Devonport Police, living on pension, born Bigbury

Ellen Evans, 45, sister, housekeeper, born Kingston

1891 census, Mount Street, Stoke Damerel, Devonport

Samuel Evans, 59, widower, head constable, Borough Police

Ellen Evans, 39, sister

1871 census, 20 Clarence Street, Stoke Damerel

Benjamin Auger, 32, head, shipwright, born Lambeth, Surrey

Mary A. Auger, 29, born Wells, Essex

Richard Kettling, 43, unmarried, lodger, clerk superintendent, GPO, born Devonport

Samuel Evans 39, widower, lodger, inspector of Borough Police, born Kingston

1861 census, Paris Street, St. Sidwell Exeter

Samuel Evans, 29, blacksmith

Elizabeth Evans, 29, born Calmstock

(S) Row E 8. In loving memory of Jane, beloved wife of John Terry, who died 19 December 1914aged 57 years. Also the above John Terry who died 29 January 1931 aged 73 years

1901 census, Wonwell Gate, Kingston

John Terry, 43, fisherman

Jane Terry, 43

Fred Terry, 6

Elsie V, 4

Sydney J, 2

George A. Freeman, 23, stepson, unmarried, horseman on farm

Charles Freeman, 19, stepson, unmarried,

George Southern, 11, stepson

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

John Terry, 61, head, general labourer

Elizabeth Terry, 57

John Terry, 33, unmarried, fisherman

Jacob Terry, 27, unmarried, general labourer

George Terry, 20, unmarried, general labourer

(see also South Row J 12)

1881 census, Kingston Village

John Terry, 51, fisherman

Elizabeth Terry, 47

John Terry, 23, unmarried, labourer

Elizabeth Terry, 20, servant, at home ill

Jacob, 17, labourer

George Terry, 10, scholar

Kate Terry, 9, scholar

Alice, 7, scholar

1861 census, Kingston Village

John Terry, 31, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Terry, 28

John Terry, 3

William Terry, 2

Elizabeth Terry, 1

(S) Row E 9. In loving memory of Emily Olive Triggs Torr, daughter of James and Charlotte Torr of Clyng Mill, who died 3 July 1921 aged 40 years. In loving memory of Ivor John Agg died 28 August 1926 aged 16 years. In loving memory of Mary Ellen, beloved wife of Haytor James Torr, who died 12 June 1955 aged 74 years. Also Winifred Alice Radford, his mother, who died 11 May 1929 aged 43 years

(See South, Row C 4 for Emily Olive Triggs Torr)

(S) Row E 10. In loving memory of Michael, darling son of Cyril and Gladys Lugger, who died 28 July 1948 aged 2 months

(S) Row E 11. In loving memory of Nigel John, darling son of George and Violet Freeman, who died 2 July 1960 aged 9 months

(S) Row F 1. In loving memory of Walter King Gill, the beloved husband of Hannah Gill, who died 7 February 1917 aged 68 years. Also the above Hannah Gill who died 1 September 1930 aged 78 years

1901 census, Kingston Village

Walter K. Gill, 52, waggoner on farm (horses)

Hannah Gill, 49

Samuel G. Gill, 24, teamster (horse) on farm

Frederick J. Gill, 16, carter on farm

Lottie M. Gill, 13

Ernest A. Gill, 10

Percy, 5

1881 census, Kingston Village

Walter K. Gill, 32, labourer

Hannah Gill, 29

William H. Gill, 6, scholar

Walter J. Gill, 5, scholar

Samuel G. Gill, 4, scholar

Emily L. Gill, 2

1871 census, Kingston Village

William Gill, 48, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Gill, 43

Walter Gill, 22, agricultural labourer

William Gill, 20, agricultural labourer

Emily Gill, 9, scholar

Charles Gill, 6, scholar

Ernest Gill, 1

1851 census, Kingston

William Gill, 28, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Gill, 23

Walter King Gill, 2

William Gill, 1 week

Samuel Southern, 68, father in law, pauper, born Bigbury

Mary Southern, 64, mother in law, pauper, born Kingston

(S) Row F 2. In loving memory of 2 beloved daughters of Thomas and Emma Edgecombe. Winnie L. Pengelly who died 16 November 1897 aged 18 years. Elizabeth Jane who died 27 September 1912 aged 16 years. Also Emma, beloved wife of Thomas Edgecombe who died I November 1935 aged 77 years. Also of the above Thomas Edgecombe who died 25 June 1940 aged 78 years

1901 census, Kingston

Thomas Edgecombe, 39, agricultural labourer

Emma Edgecombe, 43

Albert H. Edgecombe, 14, carter (horses) on farm

Ada M. Edgecombe, 13

Elizabeth Jane, 5

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Thomas Edgecombe, 29, farm labourer

Emma Edgecombe, 32

Albert H. Edgecombe, 4 (see South Row N 20)

Ada M. Edgecombe, 3

Winnie L. Pengelly, 11, stepdaughter, scholar

1881 census, Kingston

Samuel Edgecombe, 59, labourer

Elizabeth Edgecombe, 48

Frederick, 25, unmarried, mason

Thomas, 19, unmarried, labourer

Charles Edgecombe, 14

Albert E. Edgecombe, 11, labourer

Amelia, 8, scholar

Emily, 5, scholar

1871 census, Kingston

Samuel Edgecombe, 49, labourer

Elizabeth Edgecombe, 39

Samuel Edgecombe, 13, scholar

Thomas Edgecombe, 9, scholar

Elizabeth, Edgecombe, 6, scholar

Charles Edgecombe, 4

Albert Elias Edgecombe, 1

(S) Row F 3. Sacred to the memory of Arthur Edward, the loved son of Arthur and Isabella Ann Freeman who died 5 November 1888 aged 17 months

1901 census, Kingston

Arthur Freeman, 46, agricultural labourer

Isabella Freeman, 48, dressmaker and monthly nurse

1891 census, public house, Kingston

Arthur Freeman, 36, farm labourer, and inn keeper

Isabella Freeman, 39, pub

Annie M. Freeman, 12 scholar

Ada B. Pengelly, 16, sister in law, visitor

1881 census, Kingston Village

Arthur Freeman, 26, labourer

Isabella Freeman, 27, dressmaker, born Ringmore

Annie M. Freeman, 2

Isabella M. Freeman, 6 months

1871 census, Kingston Village

James Freeman, 57, agricultural labourer

Jane Freeman, 53

Hannah Freeman, 19, servant

Arthur Freeman, 16, farm servant

Jane Freeman, 13, servant

George Freeman, grandson, 9, scholar

William Freeman, 7, grandson (see South Row L 4)

1861, census, Kingston Village

James Freeman, 48, agricultural labourer

Jane Freeman, 46

Benjamin Freeman, 20, agricultural labourer

James Freeman, 17, agricultural labourer

John Freeman, 15, agricultural labourer

Mary Freeman, 12

Hannah Freeman, 10, scholar

Arthur Freeman, 7

Jane Freeman, 4

William Freeman, 4, grandson

Samuel Freeman, 4, grandson

S Row F 4. In loving memory of William Francis Triggs, the beloved husband of Lucy Triggs, who died 4 September 1932 aged 30 years. Also his beloved wife Lucy who died 14 July 1978 aged 76 years

S Row G 1. In loving memory of Emily Louise, daughter of Walter King and Hannah Gill, who died 8 June 1900 aged 21 years (see South Row F1

S Row G 2. The stone is fractured but probably reads: In loving memory of Alfred, the son of Walter King and Hannah Gill who died 25 November 1887 aged 6 years. Also of Walter John, the beloved son of the above Walter King and Hannah Gill, who died 22 July 1899 aged 23 years (see South Row F1)

S Row G 3. In loving memory of George Albert, the beloved son of Walter King. and Hannah Gill who fell asleep in Jesus 15 September 1912 aged 21 years

(see South row F 1)

S Row G 4. In loving memory of Mary daughter of John and Elizabeth Freeman who died 18 October 1915 aged 69 years. Also of her sister, Elizabeth, who died 4 January 1924 aged 84 years

S Row G 5. In loving memory of Francis Terry Triggs, darling son of Francis and Lilly Triggs, who died 15 July 1920 aged 9 months

S Row G 6. In loving memory of Ellen Mary, dearly beloved wife of Robert E. Edmonds, who died 23 January 1930 aged 45 years. Also the above Robert E. Edmonds who died 6 March 1947 aged 70 years

S Row G 7. In loving memory of Caroline, the wife of John Freeman, who fell asleep 5 December 1907 aged 70 years. Also Sydney, son of the above, who was accidentally drowned at Ichang in China, 8 October 1903aged 35 years. Also of the above John Freeman who died 18 May 1919 aged 87 years

1901 census, Kingston Village

John Freeman, 68, fisherman

Caroline, Freeman, 63

John S. Freeman, 41, unmarried, seaman, RN pensioner

Ebenezer Freeman, 30, unmarried, fisherman (see South Row H 10)

Jane, Freeman, 26, married

Carrie Freeman, 22 unmarried

1891 census, private cottage

John Freeman, 58, fisherman

Caroline Freeman 53

John Searle Freeman, 31, unmarried, seaman in HM Navy

Rosa Freeman, 18, unmarried,

Jessie, 16, monitoress, school

Carrie, Freeman, 12, scholar

Samuel Mitchell, 47, unmarried, boarder, naval pensioner, born Kingston

1881 census, Kingston Village

John Freeman, 48, fisherman

Caroline Freeman, 43

James Freeman, 19, unmarried, mason

Harry, 17, unmarried, labourer

Sydney, 12, labourer

Ebenezer, 10, scholar

Jessie Freeman, 6

Carrie Freeman, 2

1871 census, Kingston Village

John Freeman, 38, fisherman

Caroline Freeman, 33

John Freeman, 11, agricultural labourer

James Freeman, 9, agricultural labourer

Henry Freeman, 7, scholar

Sydney Freeman, 2

Ebenezer Freeman, 6 months

1861 census, Kingston Village

John Freeman, 29, fisherman

Caroline Freeman, 23

John Searle, Freeman, 1

1841 census, Torr, Kingston

John Freeman, 35, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Freeman, 30

Armin Freeman, 10

John Freeman, 9

James Freeman, 6

George Freeman, 4

Elizabeth Freeman, 2

S Row G 8. In loving memory of our darling daughter Patricia Mary, only daughter of Harry and Dorothy Triggs, who fell asleep 1 March 1942 aged 16 years

S Row G 9. In loving memory of Joseph Harry, the devoted husband of Dorothy Triggs, who died 2 January 1953 aged 81 years

S Row G 10. In loving memory of Bertha, beloved wife of George Lewis May, who died 28 May 1952 aged 55 years. Also of the above George Lewis May who died 17 May 1972 aged 78

S Row H 1. In loving memory of Thomas Wakeham who died 18 November 1890 aged 56 years also Mary Jane, late wife of William Triggs, and former wife of the above, who died 25 April 1900 aged 63 years

1881 census, Kingston Village

Thomas Wakeham, 49, baker, born Modbury

Mary J. Wakeham, 44, born Kingston

William Freeman, 73, father in law, widower, labourer, born Ringmore

S Row H 2. In loving memory of John Light Freeman who died 7 January 1897 aged 50 years. Also Martha his wife who died 15 January 1927 aged 84 years. Also David, their son, who died 2 April 1892 aged 23 years. And Sarah, their daughter, who died 16 March 1877 aged 3 years. Also Charlotte, daughter and sister of the above, who fell asleep 2 April 1960 aged 79 years

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

John L. Freeman, 45, general labourer

Martha, Freeman, 49, born Halwell

David Freeman, 22, unmarried, naval pensioner

Charlotte L. Freeman, 10, scholar

Annie L. Freeman, 7, scholar

James H. Freeman, 4

1881 census, Kingston Village

John L. Freeman, 35, labourer

Martha Freeman, 39

William Vincent Freeman, 10, scholar

George Freeman, 4

Charlotte, 6 months

S Row H 3. Sacred to the memory of Jane, the wife of James Freeman, and daughter of James and Ann Light, who died 30 August 1874 aged 56 years. Also of the above James Freeman who died 30 March 1893 aged 79 years

1891 census, Kingston Village

James Freeman, 77, head, widower, receiving parish pay,

born Ringmore

Jane Southern, 32, daughter, widow, laundress, born Kingston

Kate Freeman, 15, granddaughter, domestic servant

George A. Freeman, 13, agricultural labourer

Charley Freeman, 9, scholar

Mabel Southern, 6 granddaughter

Sarah Southern, 5, granddaughter

George Southern, 1 grandson

1881 census, Kingston Village

James Freeman, 66, widower, labourer

James Freeman, 39, widower, labourer

George Freeman, 19, unmarried, labourer

Jane Freeman, 23 unmarried

Katie Freeman, 5 granddaughter

George Freeman, 3 grandson

S Row H 4. In loving memory of Catherine Ellen, the beloved wife of George L. Freeman, who died 17 November 1918 aged 55 years. Also of the above George Light Freeman who died 10 December 1933 aged 72 years

1901 census, Hooppells Torr, Kingston

George L. Freeman, 39, agricultural labourer

Catherine E. Freeman, 37

Rebecca J. Freeman, 18, unmarried (see South Row J 11)

William G. Freeman,10

1891 census, Hooppells Torr, Kingston

George L. Freeman, 29, agricultural labourer

Catherine E. Freeman, 27

Rebecca Freeman, 8, scholar

Alfred Freeman, 8

Ellen Freeman, 6, scholar

Mary A. Freeman, 4

William G. Freeman, 10 months

S Row H 5. Sacred to the memory of Julia Burnett who died 16 April 1888 aged 67 years. Also of Georgina Amelia Burnett who died 31 July 1896 aged 82 years (see also South Row I 2)

1901 census, Prospect Cottage, Kingston

Jessie M. Burnett, 73, unmarried, retired governess

Henry K. Burnett, 75, retired watchmaker

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Jessie M. Burnett, 63, head, unmarried, living on her own means, born Plymouth

Henry R. Burnett, 63, brother, unmarried, watchmaker, born Plymouth

Georgina A. Burnett, 77, sister, unmarried, living on her own means, born Plymouth

1881 census, Beach Cottage, Yealmpton

Henry Burnett, 55, unmarried, watchmaker jobber, unemployed

Georgina Amelia Burnett, 67, unmarried, annuitant

1871 census, 26, Hill Park Crescent, Charles the Martyr, Plymouth

Mary Burnett, 83, head, widow of naval officer

Henry R. Burnett, son, 45, unmarried, watchmaker, repairer

Georgina A. Burnett, 57, daughter, unmarried, no occupation

1861 census, 26, Hill Park Crescent, Charles the Martyr, Plymouth

Mary Burnett, 69, head, widow of master in Royal Navy

Georgina A. Burnett, 45, unmarried

Julia A. Burnett, 39, unmarried, governess

Henry R. Burnett, 39, unmarried, watchmaker

Jessie M. Burnett, 30, unmarried, governess

1851 census, 7, Fareham Place, Charles the Martyr, Plymouth

Mary Burnett, 58, head, widow, annuitant, born Exeter

Georgina Burnett, 35, unmarried

Jessie M. Burnett, 23, unmarried

1841 census, Newton Ferrers

John Burnett, 65, Navy half pay

Mary Burnett, 45

Georgina Burnett, 25

Julia Burnett, 15

Henry, Burnett, 15

Jessie Burnett, 13

Joseph Beu, 15, chemist

S Row H 6. In loving memory of Benjamin, beloved husband of Mary Ann Freeman, who died 1 August 1924 aged 73 years. Also of the above Mary Ann Freeman who died 14 May 1925 aged 77 years

1901 census, Wonwell Gate, Kingston

Benjamin Freeman, 59, cattleman on farm

Mary A. Freeman

Margaret A, Freeman, 9, daughter

S Row H 7. In loving memory of Frederick Harry, the darling infant son of William and Maud Long, who died 25 May 1925 aged 9 months. Also In loving memory of Frances Maud Goillau ne Long, 1923-2005. Also In loving memory of William Long who died 12 November 1952 aged 58 years, interred Chingford Mount Cemetery. And In loving memory of his wife Maud Long who died 30 March 1968 aged 73 years. Cremated Enfield Crematorium

S Row H 8. In loving memory of John Searle Freeman who entered into rest 1 May 1930 aged 70 years. (see South Row G 7)

S Row H 9. In loving memory of our dear parents Isabella Ann Freeman died 21 July 1941 aged 69 years, and William Vincent Freeman who died 29 August 1957 aged 88 (see South Row H 2)

S Row H 10 In loving memory of Ebenezer Freeman who died 6 May 1947 aged 76 years

(see South Row G7)

S Row H 11. In loving memory of my dear wife Alice Fox who died 24 March 1953 aged 64 years, and her beloved husband William Henry Fox who died 21 October 1973 aged 83 years

S Row I 1. In loving memory of Peter Humfrey Scott, 1927-2004

S Row I 2. Sacred to the memory of Henry Rea Burnett who died 30 May 1904 aged 78 years. Also Jessie MaryBurnett who died 11 February 1909 aged 81 years

(see South Row H 5)

1901 census, Prospect Cottage, Kingston

Jessie M. Burnett, 73, unmarried, retired governess

Henry K. Burnett, 75, retired watchmaker

S Row I 3. In loving memory of William Winsor who died 23 December 1909 aged 81 years. Also of Sarah wife of the above who died 26 June 1873 aged 46 years

1881 census, Kingston Village

William Winsor, 50, widower, labourer, born Ringmore

Elizabeth Winsor, 23, unmarried, housekeeper

William Winsor, 19, unmarried, labourer

1861 census, Kingston Village

William Winsor, 30, labourer

Sarah Winsor, 32, born Aveton Gifford

Elizabeth Ann Winsor, 3, born Kingston

S Row I 4. In loving memory of Walter John, the beloved husband of Elizabeth Freeman, who died 5 December 1915 aged 67 years. Also Frederick Charles, son of the above who died 9 March 1895 11 months

1901 census, Wonwell Gate, Kingston

Walter J. Freeman, 53, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Freeman, 52

Walter J. Freeman, 23, unmarried, horseman on farm

(see South Row J 25 below)

Samuel Freeman, 21, unmarried, horseman on farm

Hilda Freeman, 19, unmarried

Ernest Freeman, 16, horseman on farm (see South Row J 15 below)

Maggie, Freeman, 9

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Walter J. Freeman, 43, farm labourer

Elizabeth Freeman, 42

Walter J. Freeman, 13, farm labourer (see South Row J 25 below)

Samuel A. Freeman, 11, scholar

Hilda M. Freeman, 8

Ernest Freeman, 6 (see South Row J 25 below)

Emily A. Freeman, 5

Olive J. Freeman, 2

1881 census, Kingston Village

Walter J. Freeman, 33, labourer

Elizabeth Freeman, 39

Elizabeth G. Freeman, 8, scholar

Blanche Freeman, 7

Selina Freeman, 4

Walter J. Freeman, 3 (see South Row J 25 below)

Samuel A. Freeman, 1

1871 census, Kingston Village

Joseph Milton, 40, labourer

Ann Milton, 40

Walter J. Freeman, 22, lodger, labourer

Thomas Knott, 22, lodger, mason

S Row I 5. To the beloved memory of Charlotte the wife of James Palmer who died 31 July 1928 aged 85. Also the above James Palmer who died 26 February 1936 aged 83

1901 census, Hingston Farm, Bigbury

James Palmer, 50, farmer, employer, born Eggbuckland

Charlotte Palmer, 52, born Plympton St. Mary

Mary Palmer, 22, unmarried, assistant housekeeper, born Eggbuckland

William Palmer, 18, farmers son, born Bigbury (see S Row I 6)

1891 census, Hingston Farm. Bigbury

James Palmer, 38, farmer

Charlotte Palmer, 40

Elizabeth M. Palmer, 12, scholar

William Palmer, 8, scholar

George Fairley, 13, farm servant, born Ringmore

1881 census, Hingston Farm, Bigbury

James Palmer, 31, farmer, 60 acres, employing 1 man and 1 boy

Charlotte Palmer, 30

Elizabeth M. Palmer, 2

Francis Palmer, 3 months, born Bigbury

Isaac Jarvis, 17, farm servant, indoor, born Bigbury

1871 census, Eggbuckland, Plympton

Francis Palmer, 45, farmer of 60 acres, born Plympton St. Mary

Mary Palmer, 47, born Okehampton

Mary E. Palmer, unmarried, dressmaker, born Plymouth

Francis E. Palmer, 21, unmarried, coachbuilder, born Plymouth

Evelena Palmer, 19

James Palmer, 17

Ellen Palmer, 13

Emma Palmer, 13

Francis F. Palmer, 10

Clara J. Palmer, 8

S Row I 6. In memory of William James Palmer, dearly beloved husband of Olive who died 12 March 1946 aged 63 years. Also Olive, the beloved wife of the above, who died 9 September 1961 aged 72 years. (see South Row I 5 above)

S Row I 7. Sacred to the memory of Mary Palmer of Torrington, who died 2 June 1946 aged 67 years. (see South Row I 5 above)

S Row I 8. In loving memory of Carrie, beloved wife of George Alfred Fox who died 22 October 1957 aged 78 years. Also the above George Alfred Fox who died 21 August 1971 aged 92 years

1891 census, Okenbury Farm, Ringmore (see number 71 for 1881 census, and George Alfred Foxs parents)

John White, 64, head, unmarried, farmer, born Ringmore

Thomas Kingdom, 38, farm servant,

Amelia Kingdom, 43, wife, born Hallsands

Alice M. Kingdom, 14, scholar, born Kingston

Emily A. V. Kingdom, 12, scholar, born Kingston

Mabel Kingdom, 11, scholar, born Kingston

Mary Kingdom, scholar, born Ringmore

Frances Kingdom, 8, scholar, born Ringmore

Sophie Kingdom, 4, born Ringmore

Thomas Kingdom, 2, born Ringmore

George Morgan, 22, unmarried, farm servant, born Plymouth

David Leigh, 21, unmarried, farm servant, born Kingston

William Leat, 16, farm servant, born Ireland

George A. Fox, 11, farm servant, born Kingston

(see number 71 for 1881census)

Selina A. Freeman, 25, domestic servant, born Kingston

S Row J 1. In treasured memory of Dennis John Jarvis 1933-2004

S Row J 2. In loving memory of Richard Lugger who died 30 December 1896 aged 80 years. Also of Grace, beloved wife of the above Richard Lugger, who died 13 May 1906 aged 87 years

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Richard Lugger, 76, receiving parish pay

Grace Lugger, 72, born Loddiswell

Elizabeth Shilson, 37, daughter, widow, laundress

(see South Row J 4 below)

Alfred R. Shilson, 8, grandson, born Marazion (see South Row J 3 below)

1881 census, Kingston Village

Richard Lugger, 64, labourer

Grace Lugger, 62

Robert Lugger, 23, son, unmarried, labourer (see South Row J 6 below)

Richard Rogers, 14, lodger, born Modbury

1841 census, Kingston Village

Richard Lugger, 25, agricultural labourer

Grace Lugger, 20

Ann Lugger, 1

S Row J 3. In loving memory of my dear husband Alfred Richard Shilson who died 26 September 1950 aged 68 years. Also Beatrice Annie Shilson, wife of the above, who died 22 December 1962 aged 78 years

(see South Row J 2 above, 1891 census)

S Row J 4. In ever loving memory of our dear mother Elizabeth Shilson who died 29 May 1925 aged 72 years. Also of Catherine Annie Burgoyne Shilson, daughter of the above, who died 7 May 1960 aged 67 years

(see South Row J 2 above, 1891 census)

1901 census, Kingston Village

Grace Lugger, 82, head, widow

Elizabeth Shilson, 47, daughter, widow

Alfred R. Shilson, 18, unmarried, agricultural labourer

Catherine A. Shilson, 8, granddaughter

(see South Row J 2 above)

S Row J 5. In loving memory of Richard Lugger who died 8 April 1923 aged 77 years. Also of his nephew Edward Henry Shilson who died 24 June 1956 aged 79 years

S Row J 5a. Sacred to the memory of Edward, the son of Richard and Grace Luggar, who died 11 June 1870 aged 29 years. Also of Mary Grace, daughter of the above Richard and Grace Luggar, who died 6 February 1880 aged 31 years

(see South Row J 2 above))

S Row J 6. In loving memory of Elizabeth Kelly Lugger, the beloved wife of Robert Lugger, who died 25 October 1930 aged 69 years. Also of Robert Lugger who died 19 January 1942 aged 82 years. At foot of grave is a small stone with E.K.L. 1930 inscribed on it. (see South Row J 2 above)

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Robert Lugger, 33 farm labourer

Elizabeth K. Lugger, 30

Robert S. Lugger, 4

Sylvia G. Lugger, 1

S Row J 7. In memory of George, the beloved son of James and Sarah Edgecombe who died 20 April 1891 aged 3 months. Also of John Samuel, son of the above, who died 17 September 1892 aged 1 month. Also Ann Southern, their grandmother, who died 7 September 1921 aged 89 years

1901 census, 2 Bay Cottage, Kingston

Ann Southern, 66, unmarried, charwoman

Elizabeth Southern, 34, unmarried, charwoman, born Ringmore

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

James Edgecombe, 22, agricultural labourer born South Milton

Sarah Edgecombe, 22, born Kingston

George Edgecombe, 2 months

Elizabeth Southern, 22, sister in law, domestic servant

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

George Pearce, 78, head, widower, coal merchant, born Oreston

Ann Southern, 56, unmarried, housekeeper

1881 census, Kingston Village

Jane Southern, 66, head, unmarried, works out in fields, born Ringmore

Ann Southern, 46, daughter, unmarried

William Southern, 22, unmarried, agricultural labourer

George Southern, 20, grandson, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Southern, 15, granddaughter, agricultural labourer

Sarah Southern, 12, granddaughter

S Row J 8. In memory of Robert, the husband of Susan Ellis who died 25 December 1917 aged 72 years. Also of Susan Ellis who died 10 March 1924 aged 83 years

S Row J 9. In loving memory of Samuel George, the beloved husband of Bessie Gill, who died 29 October 1925 aged 48 years. Also the above Bessie Gill, who died 17 April 1955 aged 75 years. (see South Row A 4)

S Row J 10. In loving memory of Alfred Freeman, husband of Maud Freeman, who died 17 March 1930 aged 53 years. Also of the above Maud Freeman who died 19 February 1961 aged 81 years

1901 census, Kingston Village

Robert Freeman, 50, widower, agricultural labourer

(see South Row K 4)

Alfred Freeman, 24, son, unmarried, teamster on farm

Elizabeth Freeman, 62, housekeeper

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Robert Freeman, 40, widower, agricultural labourer

(see South Row K 4)

Emma J. Freeman, 17, daughter

Alfred Freeman, 15, son, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Freeman, 51, sister, unmarried, housekeeper

1881 census, Kingston Village

Robert Freeman, 30, widower, agricultural labourer

(see South Row K 4)

Emma J. Freeman, 7, scholar

Alfred Freeman, 5, scholar

Elizabeth Freeman, 42, sister, unmarried, housekeeper

S Row J 11. In ever loving memory of my dear mother, Rebecca Jane Freeman, who died 9 November 1935 aged 52 years.(see South Row H 4)

S Row J 12. In proud and everlasting memory of Rosa, the devoted wife of George Terry, who died 10 October 1945 aged 72 years. Also the above George Terry, who died 12 March 1950 aged 79 years

1901 census, 1 Britannia Cottage, Kingston

George Terry, 30, fisherman

Rosa Terry, 28

John Terry, 8 (see South, Row R 3)

Maud Terry, 6

Harry Terry, 4 (see South Row R 5)

(see also South Row E 8)

S Row J 13. In treasured memory of Frederick William, the beloved husband Emily Thorne, who died 8 January 1946 aged 68 years. Also of the above Emily Thorne died 3 March 1966 aged 82 years

S Row J 14. In affectionate remembrance of William James the dearly beloved husband of Audrey Rose Thorne who died 21 June 1979 aged 72. Also of Audrey Rose, beloved wife of the above, who died 28 January 1986 aged 82

S Row J 15. In loving memory of Walter John Freeman who died 25 May 1946 aged 69 years. And Ernest Freeman, brother of the above, who died 9 April 1948 aged 63 years. (see South Row I 4 above)

S Row J 16. In loving memory of Winifred Annie Terry, the beloved wife of Jack, who died 3 December 1993 aged 77 years. Also Jack Terry who died 2 July 1996 aged 88 years

S Row K 1. Treasured memories of Norma Mason 28 October 1942 27 May 2002

S Row K 2. In loving memory of Jane Wilton who died 11 December 1929 aged 75 years. Also Thomas Amm Wilton, her husband, who died 2 March 1940 aged 89 years

1901 census, 2 Rock Cottages, Kingston

Thomas Wilton, 50, horseman on farm, born Bigbury

Jane Wilton, 47

Muriel Wilton, 7, daughter

Dorothy Wilton, 4

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Thomas Wilton, 40, farm labourer

Jane Wilton, 37

William Wilton, 17, farm labourer, born Bigbury

Samuel Wilton, 10, scholar

1881 census, private cottage Kingston

Thomas Wilton, 30, labourer

Jane Wilton, 28

William G. Wilton, 7, scholar

Samuel Wilton, 1 month

1861 census, Mount Folly, Bigbury

Robert Hooppell, 42, farmer of 170 acres, employing 4 men, born Bigbury

Sarah Hooppell, 37, born West Alvington

Sarah Jane Hooppell, 4, daughter, born Bigbury

Henrietta Phillips, 24, unmarried, farmers servant, birthplace unknown

Richard Brend, 16, servant, born Bigbury

Thomas Mitchelmore, 15, servant, born Bigbury

Thomas Wilton, 10, servant, born Bigbury

S Row K 3. In affectionate remembrance of James, the son of George and Ann Scoble, who died 3 July 1869 aged 19 years. Also of Harry, the son of the above Ann Scoble, who was washed overboard and drowned off the Cape of Good Hope on the 28 June 1877 aged (illegible)

S Row K 4. In loving memory of Jane, the wife of Robert Freeman, who died 5 March 1877 aged 24 years. Also the above Robert Freeman who died 19 August 1935 aged 85 years. (see South Row J 10)

S Row K 5. In loving memory of Alfred John Lavers who entered into rest 21 August 1896 aged 36 years. Also of Ann, his wife, who died 8 August 1920 aged 61 years

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Alfred J. Lavers, 30, farm labourer, born Bigbury

Ann Lavers, 31

1881 census, Kingston Village

John Lavers, 54, labourer, born Modbury

Susanna Lavers, 53, born Bigbury

Alfred J. Lavers, 20, labourer

Olive K. Lavers, 10, scholar, born Bigbury

1871 census, Kingston Village

John Lavers, 44, agricultural labourer

Susanna Lavers, 43

Alfred J. Lavers, 10, scholar

Harriett Lavers, 5

Albert Lavers, 3

1861 census, Halwell, Bigbury

John Lavers, 34, agricultural labourer

Susanna Lavers, 33

Elizabeth Jane Lavers, 8, scholar

William Lavers, 2

Alfred John Lavers, 9 months

John Beavill, 65, father in law, agricultural labourer, born Bigbury

S Row K 6. In loving memory of Thomas John Edwards, beloved husband of Mary Edwards, who died 4 October 1879 aged 24 years. Also of the above Mary Edwards who died 13 November 1935 aged 79 years. And of Alfred Edwards, the beloved son of the above, who died 1 August 1926 aged 48 years. (see number 33)

S Row K 7. Sacred to the memory of William Gill, the beloved husband of Jane Selina Gill, who died 10 May 1907 aged 56 years

1891 census, Shearlangston, Modbury

William Gill, 40, farrier, born Kingston

Jane S. Gill, 36, born Plympton St. Mary

George Light, 16, servant (agricultural)

Kate R. Witt, 14, general servant (domestic) born (illegible) Cornwall

1881 census, Lee Mill Bridge, Plympton St. Mary

William Gill, 30, agricultural labourer

Jane S. Gill, 26

For the 1871 and 1851 censuses, see South wall number 37

S Row K 8. In loving memory of George, the beloved husband of Jane Freeman, who died 25 November 1917 aged 76 years. Also of the above Jane Freeman who died 26 March 1937 age 90 years

1901 census, Kingston Village

George Freeman, 56, general labourer

Jane Freeman, 53

Emma Freeman, 20, unmarried, charwoman

Emily Freeman, 17

James Freeman, 9

1881 census, Kingston Village

George Freeman, 37, labourer

Jane Freeman, 34

Annie Freeman, 12, scholar

Edith Freeman, 10, scholar

Bertha E. Freeman, 8, scholar

Sarah A. Freeman, 6, scholar

George Freeman, 5, scholar

Joseph H. Freeman, 2

Emma Freeman, 1 month

Agnes Froude, 59, mother, widow, lodger

Florence Froude, 19, daughter, lodger, paralysed

1861 census, Kingston Village

Agnes Freeman, 52, head, widow, agricultural labourer

George Freeman, 17, son, agricultural labourer

William Freeman, 11, farm labourer

Sarah Hooppell, 47, sister, unmarried, pauper

William Hoare, 4, grandson, born Devonport

1851 census, Kingston Village

Agnes Freeman, 42, widow, agricultural labourer

Elizabeth Freeman, 9, daughter

George Freeman, 7

Eliza Freeman, 4

William Freeman, 2

Mary Hooppell, 74, mother in law, widow, agricultural labourer, pauper

Sarah Hooppell, 37, daughter, unmarried, agricultural labourer, pauper

S Row K 9. In loving memory of Ernest Albert, the beloved husband of Emma Gill, who died 19 July 1919 aged 49 years. Also Emma, wife of the above, who died 15 April 1970

1901 census, Kingston Village

Elizabeth Gill, 73, head, widow

Ernest A. Gill, 31, son, unmarried, horseman on farm

(for 1871 91 censuses see South wall number 37)

S Row K 10. In loving memory of Samuel, the beloved son of William and Elizabeth Gill, who fell asleep 9 November 1920 aged 64 years. (see South wall number 37)

S Row K 11. In loving memory of Charles Alfred, the beloved husband of Blanche Gill, who died 2 February 1922 aged 58 years. Also his devoted wife Blanche, who died 1 March 1961 87 years

1901 census, Kingston Village

Charles A. Gill, 36, horseman on farm

Blanche Gill, 27

Edith E. Gill, 3

(For 1891 and 1871 censuses, see South wall number 37)

S Row K 12. In ever loving memory of Thomas John, the beloved husband of Emily Edwards, who died 21 June 1950 aged 70 years. Also of the above Emily Edwards who died 15 May 1957 aged 73 years. (see number 33)

S Row K 13. In loving memory of Elsie May, the beloved wife of William James Lugger, who died 8 October 1950 aged 55 years. Also her beloved husband, William James Lugger, who died 29 September 1966 aged 65 years

S Row K 14. In loving memory of our beloved parents, Elsie Randle who died 10 January 1958 aged 62 years, and Frank Randle, P.O., R.N. who lost his life on H.M.S. Exeter 13 December 1939 aged 40. Also of their beloved son Terry, who lost his life while serving in Malaya with R.A.S.C. 2 March 1956 aged 21. Duty nobly done. (see War Memorial)

S Row K 15. In loving memory of my dear husband, Sydney John Terry, who died 8 August 1960 aged 62 years. Also Emily Louise, wife of the above, who died 6 June 1964 aged 59 years

S Row K 16. In ever loving memory of our dear parents, Alice Lugger who died 15 January 1970 aged 70 years, beloved wife of Lionel John Lugger, Chief Mechanician R.N. who was killed on H.M.S. Repulse 10 December 1941aged 41 years, and their son, Hedley William Lugger, died 13 June 2007 aged 68 years. (see war Memorial)

S Row K 17. Phyllis Louise Neil died 12 April 2007 aged 80 years (Temporary memorial, September 2007)

S Row L 1. Hill, temporarily removed

S Row L 2. In memory of William, the son of Robert and Elizabeth Hooppell, who departed this life 17 March 1808 aged 26 years

S Row L 3. Here lies the body of Elizabeth, the wife of Robert Hooppell, who departed this life 25 March 1782 aged 26. Also of Robert Hooppell who died 22 July 1831 aged 85 years

S Row L 4. In memory of Mary, the wife of James Freeman, who died 1 February 1869 aged 26 years. Also of William, the beloved son of the above, who died 4 January 1908 aged 43 years. (see South Row F 3 for William Freeman)

S Row L 5. In memory of Watkins Charles Roberts who passed away 10 November 1876

S Row L 6. In loving memory of James Freeman who died 31 October 1914 aged 70 years. Also of Ann, beloved wife of the above, who died 5 March 1916 aged 60 years

1901 census, (illegible) Aveton Gifford

James Freeman, 56, farmer, born Kingston

Ann Freeman, 44, born South Huish

Ernest Freeman, 19, unmarried, farmers son

John Foster, 17, carter on farm, born Modbury

James Freeman, 16, nephew, agricultural labourer, born Kingston

1891 census, ?Lower Wigaller, Aveton Gifford

James Freeman, 47, farmer

Ann Freeman, 36

William E. Freeman, 9, scholar, born Kingston

S Row L 7. In loving memory of David Triggs, beloved husband of Charlotte Triggs, who died 25 April 1938 aged 70 years. Also of the above Charlotte Triggs who died Christmas Day 1948 aged 78 years

1901 census, Galpin Street, Modbury

David Triggs, 32, general farm labourer, born Kingston

Charlotte, Triggs, 29, born Modbury

Elizabeth Triggs, 2, born Modbury

Emily Triggs, 10 months, born Modbury

George Toms, 25, brother in law, general labourer, born Modbury

1891 census, Kingston Village

John Triggs, 56, fisherman, born Ringmore

Elizabeth Triggs, 55

David Triggs, 23, farm labourer

William Terry, 90, father in law, widower, receiving parish pay

1881 census, Torr Village

John Triggs, 44, fisherman

Elizabeth Triggs, 45

David Triggs, 13

William Terry, 80, grandfather, labourer

1871 census, Torr Village

John Triggs, 35, fisherman

Elizabeth Triggs, 37

John Triggs, 8

Sarah Triggs, 7

David Triggs, 3

S Row L 8. In loving memory of Sarah, the beloved wife of Charles Crocker, who died 27 January 1929 aged 62 years. Also of the above Charles Crocker who died 25 June 1938 aged 74 years

1901 census, 3 Gabberwell Cottages, Kingston

Charles Crocker, 38, agricultural labourer, born Kingston

Sarah Crocker, 34

Elizabeth Crocker, 12

David C. Crocker, 10

Richard G. Crocker, 5

1891 census, private cottage

Charles Crocker, 26, general labourer

Sarah J. Crocker, 24

Elizabeth Crocker, 2

David Crocker, 6 months

1881 census, see South Row C 4, Clyng Mill

1871 census, Orcheton Cottage, Orcheton, Modbury

Richard Crocker, 30, farm labourer, born Ugborough

Emma Crocker, 27, born Kingston

Charles Crocker, 7

?Martin Crocker, 1

S Row L 9. In loving memory of Albert Lavers who died 1 August 1940 aged 72. And his wife Edith who died 5 June 1953 aged 82

1891 census, Scobbiscombe Gate Cottage, Kingston

John Lavers, 64, agricultural labourer, born Modbury

Susanna Lavers, 63, born Bigbury

Albert Lavers, 23, unmarried, agricultural labourer, born Bigbury

Olive Bevell, 8, granddaughter, scholar, born Thurlestone

1871 census, Scobbiscombe, Kingston

William Hooppell, 53, widower, farmer of 520 acres, employing 10 labourers, and 4 boys, born Bigbury

Robert Hooppell, 51, brother, unmarried, occupation as above, born Bigbury

John Ball, 20, cousin, assistant on farm, born Devonport

Harriett Talbot, 65, widow, housekeeper, born Burlescombe, Tiverton

Mabel Talbot, 4, visitor, born St. Dominic, Cornwall

Albert Lavers, 14, farm servant (indoor)

1871 census, Kingston Village

John Lavers, 44, agricultural labourer

Susanna Lavers, 43

Alfred Lavers, 10, scholar

Harriett, Lavers, 5

Albert Lavers, 3

Elizabeth Kate Lavers, 2 months

S Row L 10. In loving memory of George Henry Terry who died 25 February 1959 aged 68 years

1901 census, 5 Britannia Cottages, Kingston

William S. Terry, 42, fisherman

Eliza E. Terry, 36, born Newton Ferrers

George H. Terry, 10, born Newton Ferrers

Emily Terry, 8

David Terry, 5

Alice Terry, 1

1891 census, Newton Ferrers

William Searle Terry, 32, fisherman

Eliza Easton Terry, 26, dressmaker

George Henry Terry, 1 month, born Newton Ferrers

S Row M 1. In loving memory of Benjamin Freeman, the beloved husband of Barbara May, who passed away 2 May 1989 aged 77 years

S Row M 2. In loving memory of Gordon Edward Ambury who died 8 July 1984 aged 57 years

S Row M 3. In memory of Alexander Cornish who departed this life 21 April 1835 aged 70 years.

Beneath this stone lies silent in the dust a husband dear that in the Lord did trust, till the last trump shall sound and bid him rise.

S Row M 4. Sacred to the memory of Sarah, the wife of William Hackworthy, who departed this life 1 August 1853 aged 69 years

S Row M 5. In loving memory of William Hackworthy who died the 23rd day of March 1837 aged 62 years

S Row M 6. Sacred to the memory of Peter Lugger who departed this life 22 June 1827 aged 76 years

S Row M 7. In memory of Ann, the daughter of John and Sarah Elliott who died 9 November 1843 aged 9 years

1841 census, Kingston Village

John Elliott, 50, agricultural labourer

Sarah Elliott, 45

Ann Elliott, 7

S Row M 8. Sacred to the memory of Jane, the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Hooppell, who died 1 February 1888 aged 63 years (see South Row M 10)

S Row M 9. Sacred to the memory of William, the son of Samuel and Elizabeth Hooppell, who departed this life the 23rd day of August 1844 aged 26 years. Also Hannah Weir Hooppell, wife of the above, who died 7 October 1894 aged 76 years

S Row M 10. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth, the wife of Samuel Hooppell, who departed this life the 27th day of March 1873 aged 85 years

1861 census, Lapthorne Farmhouse, Modbury

Samuel Hooppell, 74, farmer of 75 acres, employing 1 labourer, born Kingston

Elizabeth Hooppell, 73, born Kingston

Jane Hooppell, 35, unmarried, born Kingston

Eli Hooppell, 15, grandson, scholar, born Modbury

1851 census, Hollacombe (?Hollowcombe) Farm, Yealmpton (but nearer to Ermington)

Samuel Hooppell, 60, farmer of 200 acres employing 2 labourers

Elizabeth Hooppell, 60

Samuel Hooppell, 29, unmarried

Jane Hooppell, 24 unmarried

Margaret Hooppell, 19, unmarried, born Kingston

Eli Hooppell, 5, grandson

Thomas Watts, 19, unmarried, farm labourer

On 20 June 1855 Margaret Hooppell married the Rev. Robert Eli Hooppell in the parish of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire. See South Row N 11

(S) Row M 11. Sacred to the memory of Samuel Hooppell, who departed this life the 17th day of January 1876 aged 89 years (see South Row M 10)

(S) Row M 12. To the memory of George Kelly, the husband of Jane Kelly, died (illegible) ?1870 aged (illegible)

S Row M 13. In affectionate remembrance of Nicholas Helmer who died at Langston 26 May 1882 aged 67 years. Also Mary, wife of the above, who died at Wonwell 17 October 1904 aged 94 years. Also In loving memory of Henry Helmer who died at Wonwell 8 January 1911 aged 61 years

See note on owners of Wonwell.

1891 census, Wonwell Farm, Kingston

Henry Helmer, 40, head, unmarried, farmer

Mary Helmer, 76, mother, widow

Sydney Coyte, 18, unmarried, farm assistant, born Modbury

Elizabeth Kingston, 19, unmarried, general servant, born Aveton Gifford

John Freeman, 12, general servant, born Kingston

1881 census, Langston Farm, Kingston

Nicholas Helmer, head, 65, retired

Mary Helmer, 60

Henry Helmer, 32, unmarried, farmer, 211 acres

Mary Symons, 17, domestic servant

William Fox, 14, labourer, indoor servant

1871 census, Langston Farm House, Kingston

Nicholas Helmer, 55, farmer of 210 acres, employing 3 men, 2 boys

Mary Helmer, 50

Thomas Helmer, 30, unmarried, farmers son

Henry Helmer, 21, unmarried, farmers son

William Lees, 12, farm servant, indoors

Eliza Gill, 18, genersl servant

1851 census, Dunstone, (parish of Stokenham)

Nicholas Helmer, 35, farmer renting 75 acres, employing 4 labourers. Born Charleton

Mary Helmer, 37, born Slapton

Thomas Helmer, 11, scholar, born South Milton

Susan E. Helmer, 7, born Stokenham

Henry Helmer, 2, born Stokenham

Robert Shepherd, 16, servant, farm labourer, born South Pool

Ann Gillard, 17, house servant, born South Pool

S Row N 1. In loving memory of David Brandon Harvey 5 April 1943 21 April 1993, beloved husband of Pauline, and father of Emma, Tracy, Amy and Cathy

S Row N 2. In loving memory of my beloved wife Florence Mary Yeoman who died 12 January 1991 aged 58 years

S Row N 3. In loving memory of Gladys Joyce Ryder who died 25 March 1988 aged 64 years, beloved wife of Alfred. Also Alfred William Ryder who died 10 August 2004 aged 84 years

S Row N 4. In memory of Elsie Mary, the beloved wife of Ernest Weston Male, and mother of Joyce and Fred, 1884-1984

S Row N 5. Sacred to the memory of John Prout who departed this life 10 October 1849 aged 30 years. Also of Charlotte Louisa, an infant of the above John and Sarah Prout, much beloved and deeply lamented. Also of Sarah, the late wife of Amos Morgan, and former wife of the above who died 3 May 1872 aged 48 years

S Row N 6. In loving memory of Reginald George Kelly who died 29 May 1900, aged 49 years. Also of Emily Randall, daughter of the above, who died 12 August 1901 aged 26 years

1891 census, private cottage

Reginald G. Kelly, 40, agricultural labourer

Betsy A. Kelly, 37, born Ringmore

John Kelly, 17, agricultural labourer, born Ringmore

Emily R. Kelly, 15, born Ringmore

Fanny B. Kelly, 13, born Ringmore

Bertrand Kelly, 9, scholar, born Ringmore

Reginald E. Kelly, 6, born Kingston

William H. Kelly, 3, born Kingston

1881 census, Ringmore

Reginald G. Kelly, 30, agricultural labourer

Betsy A. Kelly, 27

John Kelly, 7

Emily R. Kelly, 5

Fanny B. Kelly

S Row N 7. Sacred to the memory of Agnes, the wife of Elias Kelly, who died 25 January 1863 aged 80 years. Also the above Elias Kelly who died 7 July 1870 aged 87 years

1861 census, Kingston Village

Samuel Hooppell, 28, agricultural labourer

Ann Hooppell, 32,

Ann Hooppell, 1

Elizabeth Hooppell, 1 William King

Elias Kelly, 78, father in law, agricultural labourer, pauper

Agnes Kelly, 78, mother in law

George Kelly, 10, nephew, farm servant

1851 census, Kingston

Elias Kelly, 68, agricultural labourer

Agnes Kelly, 68

S Row N 8. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth, the daughter of Michael and Rebekah Prout who departed this life 6 September 1832 aged 51

S Row N 8a. In memory of Mary Ann, the wife of William Skinner who died 14 January 1860 aged 43 years

S Row N 9. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth, the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Hooppell, who departed this life the 21st day of March 1847 aged 24 years

S Row N 10. Sacred to the memory of Ann, the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Hooppell, who departed this life 27th day of January 1848 aged 21 years

S Row N 11. To the memory of Rose Agnes Hooppell, the beloved daughter of the late Rev. R.E. Hooppell LLD and Margaret Hooppell, entered into rest 22 February 1910 aged 45 years.

(for Margaret Hooppell see also S Row M 10)

1891 census, The Rectory, Church Street, Byers Green, Durham

Robert E. Hooppell, 58, clerk in Holy Orders, Rector of Byers Green, born Rotherhithe, Surrey

Margaret Hooppell, 59, born Kingston

Rose A. Hooppell, 26, born South Shields

Rachel Potts, 20, cook, born Witton le Wear, Durham

Mary A. Debner, 19, housemaid, born Witton le Wear, Durham

1881 census, Byers Green

Robert E. Hooppell, 48, Rector of Byers Green

Margaret Hooppell, 49

William M. Hooppell, 18, scholar, born South Shields

Rose A. Hooppell, 16, scholar, born South Shields

Mary Debner, 30, cook, born South Shields

Margaret Hanson, 17, housemaid, born South Shields

1871 census, 14 Albion Terrace, Westoe, South Shields

Robert E. Hooppell, 38, clergyman without cure of souls, M.A., LL.D. Cambridge, Principal of Nautical College (see 1861 census)

Margaret Hooppell, 39

John L.E. Hooppell, 13, scholar, born Aveton Gifford

Samuel A. Hooppell, 12, scholar, born Beaumaris, Anglesey

(see South Row N 12)

Margaret Hooppell, 9, scholar, born Beaumaris, Anglesey

William M. Hooppell, 8, scholar, born South Shields

Rose A. Hooppell, 6, scholar

Jessie Brodie, 18, unmarried, general servant, born Scotland

1861 census, 4, Challoner Terrace, South Shields

Elizabeth Buckfeld, 46, lodging house keeper, born South Shields

John Snowdon, 21, son, ship broker, born South Shields

Elizabeth Snowdon, 19, daughter, born South Shields

Alice Snowdon, 10, daughter, scholar, born South Shields

Christiana, 8, daughter, scholar, born South Shields

Mary Annie, 12, daughter, scholar, born South Shields

Robert Eli Hooppell, 28, married, lodger, clergyman of Church of England, without cure of souls, master of mariners school

(illegible) Sands Burgess Bradshaw, 25, unmarried, lodger, curate of St. Hildas South Shields, born Ireland

The Marine School of South Shields was founded by Dr. Winterbottom, a general practitioner and philanthropist who gave a sum of money in 1859 for the formation of a school to educate boys over 17 who wished to go to sea. The Marine School opened 0n 26 March 1861 in hired rooms in the Mechanics Institute. In 1869 a more permanent site was found on Ocean Road. The School still exists.

1851 census, 3 Fair Street, Horslydown

Mary B. Hooppell, 48, head, widow, nurse, born St. Saviours Horslydown, Southwark, Surrey

Robert Hooppell, 18, scholar and private tutor

Samuel Hooppell, 13, carpenters boy, born St. Saviours Horslydown

1841 census, St. John, Horslydown, Southwark

John Hooppell, 60, carpenter

Mary Hooppell, 60

Matilda Hooppell, 20

Robert Hooppell, 8

S Row N 12. Sacred to the memory of Samuel Arthur Hooppell, beloved son of the Rev. R.E. Hooppell LLD and Margaret Hooppell who entered into rest (illegible) September 1874 aged 15 years

(see South Row N 11, 1871 census)

S Row N 13. To the beloved memory of James Stidston who died at Wonwell12 December 1874 aged 55 years. Also of Ellen Stidston widow of the above, who died 17 March 1901 aged 73 years. Also 4 children of the above: Kate; died 9 January 1867aged 7 months; Frank died 14 August 1868 aged 9 months; Clara and Minnie, born 15 May 1869, surviving 24 hours

1891 census, Court Farm, Netheravon, Wiltshire

Ellen Stidston, 64, head, widow, living on her own means

John Stidston, 30, unmarried, farmer

Lily Brooks, 20, unmarried, servant, born Wick, Hampshire

1881 census, Wonwell Court, Kingston

Ellen Stidson, 53, head, widow

John Stidston, 20, unmarried, farmer of 390 acres employing 7 men and 3 boys

Charles Stidston, 18, unmarried, as above

Nellie Stidston, 16

Louisa Terry, 15, servant

George Prouse, 14 farm servant, indoor, born Ringmore

William Winsor, 15, farm servant, indoor

Charles Freeman, 13, farm servant, indoor

1861 census, Kingston Village

James Stidston, 41, farmer of 261 acres employing 5 labourers

Ellen Stidston, 33, born Halwell

Ann Stidston, 5

James Alfred Stidston,

Emily Stidston, 2

John Stidston, 1

Elizabeth Bovey, 27, unmarried, governess, born Ashburton

Eliza (illegible), 17, farm servant, born Yealmpton

Jane Green, 14, childs nurse

George Lee, 20, farmservant

1851 census, Kingston

James Stidston, 30, unmarried, farmer of 120 acres

Ann Stidston, 64, mother, born Plymouth

Eliza Foot, 22, unmarried, servant, born Bigbury

Joseph Wilton, 20, unmarried, farm labourer

William Lugger, 14, farm labourer

Philip Ryder, 10, farm labourer

1841 census, Kingston Village

James Stidston, 55, farmer

Ann Stidston, 50

Jane Stidston, 20

James Stidston, 20

Eliza Stidston, 15

James Lee, 15, servant

Frederic Reeve, 15, servant

Mary Witton, 15, servant

Jane Elliott, 10, servant

S Row N 14. In loving memory of John Triggs who died 15 December 1908 aged 72 years. Also Elizabeth, wife of the above, who died 26 May 1912 aged 77 years

1901 census, 1 Rock Cottages, Kingston

John Triggs, 66, fisherman, born Ringmore

Elizabeth Triggs, 66

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

John Triggs, 56, fisherman

Elizabeth Triggs, 55

David Triggs, 23, son, farm labourer

William Terry, 90, widower, father in law, receiving parish pay

1881 census, Torr Village, Kingston

John Triggs, 44, fisherman

Elizabeth Triggs, 45

David Triggs, 13

William Terry, 80, father in law, labourer

1871 census, Village of Torr, Kingston

John Triggs, 35, fisherman

Elizabeth Triggs, 37

John Triggs, 8

Sarah Triggs, 7

David Triggs, 3

S Row N 15. In remembrance of Elizabeth, beloved wife of John Lane Triggs, who died 30 January 1933 aged 72 years

1901 census, 1 Gabberwell Cottage, Kingston

John Lane Triggs, 39, fisherman

Elizabeth Triggs, 40

William J. Triggs, 11 (see South Row N 19)

Charles Fox, 40, boarder, general labourer

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

John Lane Triggs, 28, fisherman

Elizabeth Triggs, 30

William J. Triggs, 1 (see South Row N 19)

S Row N 16. In loving memory of William Searle Terry, the beloved husband of Eliza Easton Terry, who died 19 August 1934 aged 75 years. Also of Eliza Easton Terry who died 11 February 1952 aged 87 years

1901 census, 5 Britannia Cottages, Kingston

William S. Terry, 42, fisherman

Eliza E. Terry, 36, born Newton Ferrers

George H. Terry, 10

Emily Terry, 8

David Terry, 5

Alice Terry, 1

1891 census, Newton Ferrers

William Searle Terry, 32, fisherman

Eliza Easton Terry, 26, dressmaker

George Henry Terry, 11 months, born Newton Ferrers

S Row N 17. In loving memory of George Alfred, the beloved husband of Millicent Hackworthy, who died 12 March 1937 aged 76 years. Also his beloved wife Millicent Mary, who passed away 17 May 1954 aged 89 years

1871 census, Kingston Village

George Hackworthy, 49, mason

Mary Hackworthy, 44

John Hackworthy, 20, mason

Charles Hackworthy, 19, mason

Sarah Hackworthy, 18, scholar

Charity Hackworthy, 16, scholar

Mary E. Hackworthy, 13, scholar

Betsey M. Hackworthy, 12, scholar

George A. Hackworthy, 10, scholar

Samuel Hackworthy, 8, scholar

Robert Hackworthy, 7, scholar

Thirza Hackworthy, 5, scholar

S Row N 18. In loving memory of John Pearce Moore, the beloved husband of Kate, who passed away 6 January 1949 aged 67 years. Also of the above Kate Moore who passed away 8 November 1959 aged 82 years

1901 census, Torr Farm, Kingston

Simon Moore, 52, farmer, born, South Tawton

Mary G. Moore, 56, born Buckfastleigh

John P Moore, 19, farmers son, born Buckfastleigh

Albert R. Moore, 17, farmers son, born Buckfastleigh

Richard Strudwick, 50, agricultural labourer, born Walton Surrey,

Mary A. Thorne, 36, domestic servant, born Tamerton

1891 census, Fore Street, Buckfastleigh

Simon Moore, 41, master baker

Mary G. Moore, 48

John P. Moore, 9, scholar

Albert R. Moore, 8, scholar

John Hewett, 44, unmarried, general labourer, born Lydford

Mary A. Clark, 21, unmarried, housemaid, born Paignton

S Row N 19. In loving memory of Elsie Margaret Prothesa, the beloved wife of William John Triggs, who died 10 February 1951 aged 52 years. Also the above William John Triggs who died 10 February 1976 aged 85 years

(see South Row N 15)

S Row N 20. In memory of Albert Henry Edgecombe who died 5 February 1969 aged 82 years

(see South Row F 2)

S Row N 21. In loving memory of Clara Emma, the beloved wife of Robert Fox, who died 19 April 1958 aged 65 years. Also her beloved husband Robert Fox who died 9 November 1973 aged 78 years.(see number 71)

S Row N 22. In loving memory of Eveline Annie, the beloved wife of Tom Jarvis who died 13 December 1969 aged 65 years. Also Tom Jarvis the beloved husband of the above who died 7 June 1968 aged 77 years

1901 census, cottage, Ringmore

Tom Jarvis, 34, carter on farm, born Ringmore

Clara E. Jarvis, 34, born Ringmore

Beatrice J. Jarvis, 13, born Ringmore

Olive E. Jarvis, 12, born Ringmore

Tom Jarvis, 10, born Ringmore

Clara E. Jarvis, 8, born Topsham Bridge

Ethel M. Jarvis, 6, born Ringmore

Elsie M. Jarvis, 1, born Ringmore

1891 census, Ringmore Village

Tom Jarvis, 24, agricultural labourer

Clara E. Jarvis, 24

Beatrice J. Jarvis, 4

Olive E. Jarvis, 2

Tom Jarvis, 9 months

S Row N 23. In loving memory of Harry George Budgen, dear husband of Ada, who died 13 September 1960 aged 76 years. Also Ada Budgen, beloved wife of the above, who died 29 January 1966 aged 77 years

S Row O 1. In loving memory of Wesley William Alfred Robert Lucas, died 27 September 1992 aged 77 years, beloved husband of Julia Millicent, and dear father Michael, Peter, Christopher and Rose-Marie. Also our loving mother, Julia Millicent, ne Edgecombe, died 4 December 2005 aged 88 years

S Row O 2. In treasured memory of Gladys May Lugger, died 17 December 1990 aged 61

S Row O 3. In loving memory of John Roger Terry, died 18 January 1988 aged 63 years

S Row O 4. In loving memory of Francis George Lugger, beloved husband of Edith Emily, died 6 December 1982 aged 82 years. Also of his devoted wife Edith Emily who died 20 June 1993 aged 96 years

(S) Row O 5. In ever loving memory of Robert Wilton who died 20 May 1890 aged 75 years. Also Jane, wife of the above, who died 16 August 1902 aged 80 years

1881 census, Kingston Village

Robert Wilton, 65, labourer

Jane Wilton, 60, born Modbury

William Wilton, 23, unmarried, mason

1861 census, Kingston Village

Robert Wilton, 46, agricultural labourer

Jane Wilton, 40

Susanna Wilton, 15, servant

May Wilton, 9, scholar

Joseph Wilton, 6, scholar

William Henry Wilton, 3

1851 census, Kingston

Robert Wilton, 36, agricultural labourer

Jane Wilton, 30

William Wilton, 9

Ann Wilton, 7

Susanna Wilton, 5

John Wilton, 2

1841 census, Torr, Kingston

Robert Wilton, 25, agricultural labourer

Jane Wilton, 20

S Row O 6. In loving memory of Ann, the wife of Samuel Hooppell, who died 7 June 1912 aged 83 years. Also of Samuel Hooppell who died 31 December 1913 aged 80 years

1901 census, Kingston Village

Samuel Hooppell, 68, general labourer

Ann Hooppell, 72

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Samuel Hooppell, 58, licensed carrier

Ann Hooppell, 62

George Hackworthy, 69, widower, lodger, mason

1881 census, Kingston Village

Samuel Hooppell, 48, carrier

Ann Hooppell, 52

Margaret Hooppell, 13

Emma Hooppell, 11

Esther Morgan, 22, unmarried, lodger

S Row O 7. Sacred to the memory of William Skinner who died 6 March 1887 aged 73 years. Also of Mary Ann, wife of the above, who died 14 January 1860 aged 43 years

1881 census, Kingston Village

William Skinner, 65, widower, labourer

1871 census, Kingston Village

William Skinner, 55, widower, labourer

Joseph Skinner, 26, unmarried, mason

Agnes Froude, 49, lodger, former servant

Florence Froude, 9, scholar

1861 census, Kingston Village

William Skinner, 44, widower, agricultural labourer

Mary Jane Skinner, 14, daughter

Elizabeth Lang, 70, widow, boarder

1851 census, Kingston

William Skinner, 34, agricultural labourer

Ann Skinner, 33

James Skinner, 10, scholar

Joseph L. Skinner, 7, scholar

Jane Skinner, 5

Agnes Skinner, 2

Mary Froude, 64, widow, pauper, agricultural labourer

Agnes Froude, 27, unmarried, farm servant

S Row O 8. In loving memory of William Treeby born 5 September 1850, died 4 May 1900. Also Elizabeth, wife of the above, who died 2 August 1927 aged 77 years

1901 census, 3 Walkspool, Kingston

Elizabeth Treeby, 50, head, widow

Millicent Treeby, 18, unmarried

John Treeby, 17, carter on farm

Irene M. Treeby, 2, granddaughter

Edgar C. Treeby, 1, grandson

S Row O 9. In loving memory of Julia, beloved wife of Thomas Joseph Hebier, who died 10 January 1916 aged 72 years. Also of the above Thomas Joseph Hebier who died 15 February 1920 aged 80 years

S Row O 10. Of your charity pray for the repose of the soul of Hugh Clement Ware, second son of the late Charles Ware of Exeter, who departed this life the 26th day of November 1925 aged 57 years

1901 census, Exeter St. James, address otherwise illegible

Charles E. Ware, 63, civil engineer and surveyor, born Exeter

Valentine Ware, 48, wife, born Paris, France

Hugh C. Ware, 33, unmarried, surveyor, born Exeter

Edgar F. Ware, 28, unmarried, architect, born Exeter

Charles A. Ware, 22, unmarried, mechanical engineer, born Exeter

Louisa Westlake, 23, unmarried, cook, born Newton St. Cyres

Emily L. Cooper, 22, unmarried, housemaid, born Exminster

Albert Cooper, 17, under gardener, unmarried, born Marlborough

1881 census, St. Gregorys Catholic College, Midsomer Norton

Hugh Ware, 13, scholar, born Exeter

1871 census, Sunnyside, Elm Grove Road, Exeter St. Davids

Charles E. Ware, 33, civil engineer and surveyor in Town Council,

Lucy A. Ware, 36, born Exeter

Jane A. Ware, 7, scholar, born Charlton, Kent

Ernest E. Ware, 6, scholar, born Eltham, Kent

Ida B. Ware, 4, scholar, born Eltham

Hugh C. Ware, 3, born Exeter

Percy A. Ware, 1, born Exeter

Joseph V. Ware, 3 months, born Exeter

Catherine Taylor, 18, resident governess, born Camden Town, London

Caroline Phillips, 23, servant, born Exmouth

S Row O 11. In loving memory of Julia Blanche, dearly beloved wife of Frederic Edgecombe, and only daughter of the late Thomas John Hebier, who died 20 June 1930 aged 53 years

S Row O 12. In loving memory of Mary, the beloved wife Barnabus Crocker Bulley who died 29 October 1910 aged 77 years. Also Harriet Ann, beloved eldest daughter of the above, who died 21 June 1909 aged 54 years. Also of the above Barnabus Crocker Bulley who died 16 March 1915 aged 81 years

1891 census, Farm House, Kingston

Barnabus Bulley, 57, farmer, born Diptford

Mary Bulley, 58, born Harbertonford

Philip Bulley, 25, unmarried, agricultural labourer, born Bigbury

(see South Row O 13)

Charles Bulley, 22, unmarried, assistant, born Bigbury

William Bulley, 19, unmarried, assistant, born Kingston

Mary L. Bulley, 16

Kate Bulley, 13

John H. Bulley, 2, grandson, born Ermington

1881 census, Scobbiscombe Gate, Kingston

Barnabus Bulley, 47, labourer

Mary Bulley, 48

John Bulley, 23, unmarried, labourer, born Diptford

Philip Bulley, 15, labourer (see South Row O 13)

Charles Bulley, 12, labourer

William Bulley, 9, scholar

Mary Bulley, 6, scholar

Kate Bulley, 3

1851 census, East Leigh, Harberton

Elizabeth Bourne, 66, head, farmer of 90 acres employing 1 labourer, born Harberton

John Mugford, 32, son in law, as above, born Harberton

Agnes Mugford, 32, daughter, born Harberton

John Mugford, 6, grandson, scholar, born Harberton

Jane Mugford, 3, granddaughter, born Harberton

Charley Mugford, 1 grandson, born Harberton

John Cox, 69, visitor, landed proprietor, born Chudleigh

Barnabus Bulley, 17, servant, born Harberton

William Searle, 14, servant, born Harberton

William Barnstable, 12, servant, born Harberton

Elizabeth Randle, 14, servant, born Harberton

S Row O 13. In loving memory of Phillip, beloved husband of Elizabeth Bulley who died 22 October 1947 aged 81 years. Also his wife Elizabeth Ann Bulley who died 23 November 1954 aged 85 years. (see also South Row O 12)

1901 census, Pounds Farm, Kingston

Philip B Bulley, 35, unmarried, farmer, born Bigbury

Kate Bulley, 23, sister, unmarried, housekeeper

John Cumming, 65, uncle, unmarried, agricultural labourer, born Harberton

S Row O 14. In loving memory of my dear husband Harry Freeman who passed away 22 July 1932. Also of Emma Laura, wife of the above, who died 22 October 1941. In loving memory of my dear husband Thomas Tewkesbury who passed away 13 January 1932. Also of Mary Ann, wife of the above, who died 1 April 1954 aged 100 years

1901 census, Navy House, Kingston (see number 72 and South Row C 5)

Thomas Tewkesbury, 55, Royal Naval pensioner, born Wooton, Isle of Wight

Mary A. Tewkesbury, 47

Emma L. Freeman, 22, daughter, married, born Ringmore

Milina L.S. Freeman, 2, granddaughter.Jane Hackworthy, 72, widow, mother in law

S Row O 15. W. St.J. H. Pitman died 15 February 1935 aged 67. Gertrude Elizabeth Pitman died 3 September 1953 aged 82

S Row O. 16 Treasured memories of William Harry (Bill),) darling son of William and Dora Knapman, called from his labours 10 November 1948 aged 30 years

S Row O 17. In loving memory of Benjamin Charles Freeman, beloved husband of Elizabeth, who died 8 September 1953 aged 86 years

1871 census, Kingston Village

Benjamin Freeman, 29, labourer

Mary Ann Freeman, 23

Benjamin C. Freeman, 3

Fred Freeman, 10 months

S Row P 1. In loving memory of Leslie Troup, dear husband of Doris, devoted dad and granddad, died 27 June 1992 aged 64 years

S Row P 2. In memory of Gladys Mary Johns died 10 December 1990 aged 86 years

Miss Johns was in charge of Kingston Village School for many years and lived at Faraway

S Row P 3. In loving memory of Albert Wood 27.12.1909 19.1.1974. And his wife Helen, a good neighbour and devoted mother, 20.7.1906 3.4.1986

S Row P 4. In loving memory of Walter George Willcocks, died 26 December 1981 aged 78 years, treasured husband of Gertrude, died 13 June 1984 aged 78 years

S Row P 5. illegible

S Row P 6. Sacred to the memory of John Gill who departed this life 8 March 1852 aged 23 years.

At the foot of this grave is a small stone: In memory of John, the son of William and Mary Gill who died 7 August 1827 aged 10 years

S Row Q 1. In loving memory of Brian Douglas Darrah, 1914 1997, devoted husband, father and grandfather. And Hilary Joan Darrah, 1915 2002, beloved wife, mother andgrandmother

S Row Q 2. In loving memory of Frank Herbert White, died 29 October 1992 aged 82 years. Also his beloved wife Gladys Maud, died 21 June 1994 aged 82 years

S Row Q 3. In loving memory of Cyril Lugger (Dick) 1920 1999, dearest husband of Gladys, dad and granddad

S Row R 1. In loving memory of my dear brother Fred Addester Archer Triggs who died 7 June 1957 aged 79 years

1891 census, Farm House, Great Torr, Kingston

Phillip Triggs, 48, farmer

Irenia Triggs, 48, born Malborough

Alfred J. Triggs, 23, unmarried, mason on farm

Phillip S. Triggs, 21, assistant

Dorothy E. Triggs, 18

John E. Triggs, 15, assistant on farm

Fred A. A. Triggs, 13 scholar

Mary Triggs, 10, scholar

Sarah Triggs, 8, scholar

Irenia Triggs, 4

S Row R 2. In loving memory of Sarah Ann, beloved wife of Samuel T. Wilton, died 7 February 1960 aged 79 years. Also Samuel Thomas Wilton, beloved husband of Sarahah, died 15 March 1969 aged 88 years

1901 census, 10 Limerick Place, St. Judes Plymouth

John MacGregor, 51 gas works stoker, born Scotland

Norah MacGregor, 46, born Plymouth

Amelia Macgregor, 23, dressmaker, born Plymouth

Bessie, Macgregor, 20, home, born Plymouth

William MacGregor, 17, mason, labourer, born Plymouth

Ethel MacGregor, 16, infant school teacher, born Plymouth

Hugh MacGregor, 14, farm labourer, born Plymouth

Samuel Wilton, 20, boarder, mason, labourer, born Kingston

1891 census, private cottage, Kingston

Thomas Wilton, 40, farm labourer, born Bigbury

Jane Wilton, 37

William Wilton, 17, farm labourer

Samuel Wilton, 10, scholar

S Row R 3. In loving memory of John, beloved husband of Margaret Ann Terry, died 28 December 1964 aged 71 years. Also of Margaret Ann, his dearly beloved wife, died 25 December 1981 aged 90 years

(see South Row J 12)

S Row R 4. In loving memory of Martha Jane, beloved wife of Bert Triggs, passed away 1 April 1965 aged 74 years. Also her beloved husband William Albert, died 31 January 1976 aged 86 y ears. (See South Row A 2)

S Row R 5. In loving memory of Harry, beloved husband of Violet Terry, died 2 July 1965 aged 68 years. Also his wife Violet Mary, died 6 February 1993 aged 95 years

(see South Row J 12)

S Row R 6. In loving memory of Alfred John, beloved husband of Elizabeth J. Lavers, died 29 November 1966 aged 68 years. Also his wife Elizabeth J. Lavers died 23 February 1983 aged 84 years

S Row S 1. In loving memory of Gladys, dearly beloved wife of Joseph Bennetts died 15 October 1954

S Row S 2. Dr. Stanley Greenaway Raine Bsc. F.B.Ps.S. beloved husband of Nellie, died 10 June 1963 aged 64 years. Also Nellie Raine, 1898 1989

S Row S 3. In loving memory of Norman Charles Freeman, beloved husband of Eileen, died 12 April 1964 aged 57 years. And his dear wife Eileen, died 30 April 1993 aged 75 years

North-west of War Memorial (NW, WM)

NW, WM 1. illegible

NW, WM 2. illegible

NW, WM 3. Sacred to the memory of William Skinner who departed this life 15th day of March 1825 aged 80 years. Also of Elizabeth Skinner, his wife, who departed this life 24th day of August 1832 aged 78 years

NW, WM 4. Sacred to the memory of William, the son of John and Sarah Burch who died 6 January 1883 aged 32 years (see NW, WM 8)

1891 census, Mothecombe Village,

John Burch, 77, naval pensioner

Sarah Burch, 76

1881 census, Holbeton

John Burch, 67, head, naval pensioner, born Plymstock

Sarah Burch, 65, born Ringmore

John Burch, 36, unmarried, fisherman, born Holbeton

William Burch, 30, unmarried, fisherman, born Kingston

1871 census, Mothecombe, Holbeton

John Burch, 57, superannuated (Coast Guard Service)

Sarah Burch, 55

William Burch, 20, unmarried, fisherman

1851 census, Kingston Village

John Burch, 38, boatman, Coastguard

Sarah Burch, 36

George Burch, 6 (see NW, WM 9)

John Burch, 5

Thomas Burch, 4

Sarah Elizabeth Burch, 2 (see NW, WM 9)

William Burch, 11 months

NW, WM 5. illegible

NW, WM 6. Underneath rest the remains of Robert Wilton who died at Hooppells Torr, in this parish, 15 April 1877 aged 57 (or 75) years (the age has been crudely altered)

NW, WM 7. Sacred to the memory of Richard (son of John and Elizabeth Wilton) who was drowned 29 September 1818 aged 19 years

NW, WM 8. Sacred to the memory of Sarah, the wife of John Burch who died 7 October 1892 aged 77 years. Also of the above John Burch who died 31 January 1898 aged 84 years. (see NW, WM, 4)

NW, WM 9. Sacred to the memory of Sarah Elizabeth, the daughter of John and Sarah Burch, died 25 August 1851 aged 2 years. Also of George, their son, died 14 April 1856 aged 11 years. And also Bessie, their daughter who died 17 January 1869 aged 17 years. (see NW, WM 4)

NW, WM 10. Sacred to the memory of Lucy Coulton who departed this life 2nd day of January 1808 aged 85 years

East wall of Church (EW)

EW 1. Margaret R. Randle 1939 2003, loving wife of Tony, dear mum of Carin, Sheila, Terry, son in law Steve, best Nan of Andrew, Shane and Catherine. Always in our hearts and thoughts

North wall of Church (NW)

NW 1. In loving memory of John Rogers 1910 2001. Noreen Rogers 1919 2001

NW 2. In loving memory of Searle George Terry, 1927 1999, beloved husband of Doreen Gladys

NW 2b. In loving memory of Norman Morin Ness, Morin 30 May 1926 15 May 2003

NW 3. In loving memory of Norman Edward Smith, 1936 1999, beloved husband of Dina Lucy

NW 4. In loving memory of Ken Randle died 17 May 2000 aged 77 years, loving husband of Eileen, dearest Dad, Gramps and great Gramps. Always in our hearts and thoughts

NW 5. In loving memory of Leslie Harry Terry who died 3 January 2000 aged 77 years, beloved husband of Mona, dearest Dad and Grandpa

NW 6. In loving memory of Marjorie Emma Burn 1903 1999, beloved wife of George B. Burn 1904 1971

NW 7. In loving memory of James Terry 1904 1990, and his beloved wife Dorothea Carson Terry 1905 1995

NW 8. In loving memory of William Harry Crocker died 16 February 1990 aged 88, churchwarden 1968 87

NW 9. In loving memory of Charles Edwards died 17 October 1987 aged 70 years, beloved husband of Lillian, dear dad and granddad

NW 10. In loving memory of Beatrice Evelyn, beloved wife of William H. Crocker, died 3 April 1983

NW 11. Mary Grace Sowerby 1884 1971

NW 12. In loving memory of Valerie Dawn ORourke, wife of Michael, mother of Dawn and Darren, dearly loved and greatly missed. 14.10. 1941 15.1. 2003

South Door (SD)

In loving memory of Evelyn Beard 1904 1985, a good friend of this church. Oh ye who spellbound wander here, and sense the peace within, refresh yourselves, take forth renewal far or near to counteract lifes din. M.E.B.

South Window

Here lieth the body of Jefford Baker who died died 31 July 1788 aged 17 years

War Memorial

1914 1918

C. Victor Triggs, private 2nd Devons, died 1 July 1916 (see South Row A 2)

Horace Donald Kingdom, private 30429, 1st Battalion the Devonshire Regiment, died aged 21 on 6 May 1917, Son of William and Catherine Emily Kingdom of 125 Brook Street, Bampton Devon. Born at Stoodleigh, Devon.

Buried in the Lapugnoy Military Cemetery. This cemetery was heavily used during the Battle of Arras which began in April 1917

Samuel A. Goss, sergeant 18505, 2nd Canadian Fusiliers (Eastern Ontario Regiment,) died on 6 November 1917. Remembered at the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. (see S Row C 3)

Herbert C. Fox, private 8th Dorsets, 24 December 1917

Richard B. Rogers, lance-corporal, 16th Devons, 9 September 1918

George Alfred Masters, 1st class stoker 312517, HMS Diligence, died, aged 29, on 15 February 1919. Son of George Masters of Kingston, husband of Lilian Masters of 8, Clowance Lane, Devonport. Buried in Dalmeny and Queensferry Cemetery.

James Agg, petty officer 137453, HMS Vanguard, 9 July 1917

HMS Vanguard sank 9th July 1917 in Scapa Flo when unstable cordite exploded and set off the ships main magazine. She went down at her moorings with the loss of more than 804 lives, only one officer and two ratings survived. A newspaper cutting stated: "The dreadnaught battleship Vanguard exploded at anchor in Scapa Flow on July 9th 1917" .. "Then, a colossal numbing explosion extinguished the flame, and Vanguard was lost to sight in a black cloud of smoke, and bits of her began to rain down on the Fleet. A complete 12 inch gun turret, weighing over 400 tons, landed on Flotta over a mile away from the ship, and burning debris set fire to the moorland"

Arthur Redfearn, private 41435, 9th Yorkshire Light Infantry, died aged 32 on 23 July 1917, son of Sam and Susan Redfearn of Batley Yorkshire; husband of Ellen J. Redfearn of Healey Cottage Kingston. Buried in the Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium.

For the duration of the war the hamlet of Poperinghe was behind the Allied lines and served as the principle rear area for operations in the Ypres Salient. Military hospitals were established here very early in the war, and these began burying their dead in the surrounding hopfields. From this grew Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, a typical 'hospital' cemetery, one of the largest on the Western Front.

Frank D. Boolds, sapper, Royal Engineers, 18 April 1918.

1939 45 (Researched by Anne M. Scarratt)

William George Edwards

Petty Officer Stoker, D/K 65827, son of Thomas and Emily Edwards, husband of Annie Maud Edwards, of Stoke, Devonport.

Died 26 September 1944 aged 37. Plymouth Naval Memorial, Panel 89, Column 2

Bill Edwards was serving in HMS Jupiter when, on 27 February 1942, at the commencement of the Battle of the Java Sea, she struck a mine and sank. He managed to get ashore, but was imprisoned by the Japanese, and died of ill treatment and dysentery after 2 years.

The defeat of the Allies at the Battle of the Java Sea enabled the Japanese to invade Java

Edgar Alfred Gill, served in the Royal Navy

Son of Frederick James and Annie Gill

William Alan Lavers

Stoker 1st Class, D/KX, son of Albert Edward and Edith Mary Lavers and husband of Irene Lavers

Died 9 November 1942 aged 30. Plymouth Naval Memorial, Panel 70, Column 2

Served in HMS Cromer a Bangor class minesweeper which was sunk during a mine clearing operation 46 miles west of Mersa Martruh, Egypt, the day after the British forces had recaptured the city during Operation Torch.

William Lavers name is included on a memorial in Peterhouse College Cambridge to The Members and Servants of the College who fell in the War 1939 - 1945

Lionel John Lugger

Chief Mechanician, D/K 54591, son of William and Emily Lugger and husband of Alice Lugger

Died 10 December 1941 aged 50. Plymouth Naval Memorial, Panel 51, Column 2.

Served in HMS Repulse. Mentioned in Despatches.

HMS Repulse, a Renown Class battle cruiser, was launched in 1916, and was Flagship of the 1st Battlecruiser Squadron, taking part in the 2nd Battle of Heligoland Bight.

In WW2 she escorted troop carriers from Canada to Britain, and in 1940 took part in Norwegian operations. She also attempted to hunt down German battlecruisers, including the Bismarck, but in 1941was transferred to the Far East when Japan entered the war. Torpedoed by the Saigon based Japanese 22nd Air Flotilla, she sank with the loss of 327 lives, including Lionel Lugger.

Frank Randle

Petty Officer Stoker D/K 37155, husband of Elsie Vera Randle.

Died 13 December 1939 aged 40, Plymouth Naval Memorial, Panel 34, Column 2

Served in HMS Exeter and was among 61 crewmen killed at the Battle of the River Plate when shells from the German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee struck the Exeter. However the German ship was sufficiently damaged to have to run for Montevideo, a neutral port where she was not be permitted to stay. Deceived by the British into believing he faced a large fleet if he attempted to put to sea, Captain Langsdorf elected to scuttle the Graf Spee, and then committed suicide.

HMS Exeter was eventually sunk on 1 March 1942 at the Battle of the Java Sea

Ernest Edgar Theobald

Stoker 1st Class D/K 91597

Died 8 June 1940, aged 21, Plymouth Naval Memorial, Panel 41 Column 3

Served in the aircraft carrier HMS Glorious, a converted WW1 light cruiser.

On the afternoon of Saturday the eighth of June, 1940, the aircraft carrier HMS Glorious and her escorting destroyers HMS Acasta and HMS Ardent were intercepted in the Norwegian Sea by the German battlecruisers Gneisenau and Scharnhorst. The three British ships were sunk by gunfire in a little over two hours, with the loss of over 1519 officers and men of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, and Royal Air Force, there being only 45 survivors. Subsequently there has been controversy as to whether the Captain was responsible for the disaster.

Leslie Troup

Chief Petty Officer D/J26407, son of George Bosworth and Annie Louise Troup, husband of Milena Laura Troup

Died 24 November 1943, aged 46. Buried Kirkee War Cemetery, India

Served in HMS Bulolo. HMS Bulolu was built in 1938 for mail steamer services between Australia and the islands of the East Indies, she was requisitioned by the Royal Navy in September 1939 and converted to an armed merchant cruiser. In July 1943 she was appointed Flagship to the Overseas Assault Force (India) during the re-conquest of Burma. Leslie Troup died in India.

And

Terry Randle, RASC, killed in Malaya 2 March 1956, aged 21.

There is a copper bowl in a recess in the South wall of the Church, a memorial to Harold Terry Randle, given by his family.

Interior of Church

Kingston Roll of Honour, Men who served in the Great War, 1914 18 .

Agg, R.I.P.

B. Boulds, R.I.P.

W.H. Barkshire

B. Barkshire

D.G. Crocker

A.H. Edgecombe

A. Edwards

W.J. Fox

F.E. Fox

H.C. Fox, R.I.P.

R.J. Fox

W. Freeman

J.S. Freeman

E. Freeman

J. Freeman

P. Gill

S.A. Goss, R.I.P.

T. Goss

G.A. Hackworthy

J.H. Hehir

T. Jarvis

H.D. Kingdom, R.I.P.

T. King

W. Knapman

A. Leat

P. Leat

G. Leat

R. Leat

R. Lugger

G. Lugger

A. Lugger

F. Lugger

J. Lugger

W. Long

G.A. Masters, R.I.P.

R.B. Rogers, R.I.P.

A. Redfern, R.I.P.

J. Rhodes

F. Rendle

G. Southern

S.T. Smith

R. Shilson

D. Terry

W. Terry

S. Terry

S.J. Terry

S. Terry

H. Terry

T. Theobald

F.W. Thorn

F.G. Torr

E.R. Triggs

W.S. Triggs

C.V. Triggs, R.I.P.

J.H. Triggs

H.B. Truscott

W. Wilton

Memorials on floor

1. under font

2. Here lies the body of George Courtis son of John and Joan Kellock who died 17 August 1764 aged 8 years and 8 months

3. illegible Who departed this life 13th day of February 1802

4. illegible

5. Here lieth the body of Henry Veale of Wonwell who died 13 November 1750 aged 59 years. Also of Mary Toms, the wife of Reubon Toms who died 5 December 1803 aged 70 years

6. To the memory of Jane, the wife of William Brooking, of this parish, who departed this life the 27th day of February 1843 aged 62 years. Also of the above William Brooking who departed this life the 30th day of April 1846 aged 80 years. Also of William, the son of William and Honor Brooking who departed this life the 8th day of August 1830 aged 5 weeks. Also Lewis Brooking died 3 January 1851 aged 40 years

7. In memory of Rhoda Susanna, wife of John D. Brooking, who died the 9th day of January 1832 aged 26 years. Also of Anna, wife of Lewis Brooking, who died the 22nd day of April 1834, aged 25 years. Also of Jane Tucker, wife of Nicholas D. Friend, who died the 18th day of August 1831 aged 22 years. And of Mary Ann, daughter of Nicholas and Jane Tucker Friend, who died aged 3 weeks

8. In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Sullock who departed this life 28 August 1794 aged 62 years. Also of Elizabeth Froude, the wife of James Froude, who departed this life 18th September 1833 aged 72 years

Wall memorials

1. This stone is erected as a grateful tribute and respect to the memory of Joseph Gliddon, who departed this life the 12th day of September 1806 aged 60

Also of Ann Gliddon, wife of the above, who departed this life 3 February 1812, aged 43 years

2. John Wise Esq. of Wonwel, was born 27 August 1751, and died 19 May 1807

3. This tablet is erected in memory of Arthur Wise (of Langston in this parish.) Born 16 April 1758 died 19 May 1821. And also Mary, his wife, born 13 March 1761, died 6 March 1854. Also 5 of their children:

Susanna, born 21 May 1795, died 23 June 1798

Ann, born 16 July 1781 died 4 January 1815

John, born 18 July 1798, died 29 May 1823

Thomas, born 3 October (date illegible) died 22 May 1844

Dorothy, the wife of James Gest, surgeon of Modbury, born 11 June 1793, died 5 January 1845

1841 census, Church Street Modbury

James Gest, 45, surgeon

Dorothy Gest, 45

Ann Wise Gest, 20

Mary Wise Gest, 15

4. In memory of Frances Stephens, the daughter of Francis and Dionysia Julian, who died 25 June 1773 aged 11 months. Also of Francis Fountain, the son of Francis and Dionysia Julian who died 28 November 1784 aged 3 years. Also of Francis Julian, Gent. Who died 1 May 1704 aged 52 years. Also of Richard Frederick, the son of Francis and Dionysia Julian whod died 28 October 1803 aged 28 years. Also of Mrs. Dionysia Julian (widow of Francis Julian, Gent.) who died 5 May 1800 aged 60 years

6. This rail was erected in memory of Wallace Freeman, his wife Mary, and her brother Charlie Edwards. December 1995

7. The glass screen above, erected in 1981, was given by Samuel James Lugger of this Parish, 1898 - 1978

5. The flagstaff was erected in memory of Douglas Henry Fryer, 1896 1994

Douglas Fryer was a hydrographer in the Royal Navy, and surveyed part of the churchyard in 1979. In 1934 the Admiralty commissioned Philip of Dartmouth to build a non magnetic sailing vessel, the Royal Research Ship Research, to investigate magnetic lines of force. Douglas was appointed captain, and spent a voyage on one of the Gustav Erikson square riggers to learn how to handle a large sailing vessel. The keel was laid down on 8 October 1937, and Agnes Fryer drove in the first rivet. Alas, although the vessel was launched bythe wife of the Astronomer Royal on 4 April 1939, the war prevented the commissioning of RRS Research, and she was scrapped in 1952. Her auxillary engine was a non magnetic Petter diesel engine, Douglass wife was Agnes Petter, andhis sister in law Mary Petter, the latter being a founder member of the Kingston Local History Society. At the beginning of the 20th century Percy and Ernest Petter of Yeovil were one of the leading manufacturers of oil engines in the world.

Mary Petter was an art editor with the Oxford University Press and illustrated the Oxford Illustrated Dictionary. She also wrote Churches and Public Buildings, the Oxford Almanacks, and, with Anthony Chitty, The ArchitecturalHeritage of Kingsbridge and District. She was also responsible for many of the publications of the Kingston Local History Society

Agnes and Douglas Fryer and Helen Mary Petter lived at Wheelrow, which is opposite Robins Close. There used to be a ships wheel built into the gate, it had been made from teak used in the construction of the RRS Research.