GRAVE INSCRIPTIONS - SECTION S 1-999

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Plot No Type Surname Inscription Date
S93 Private Jones In Loving Memory of M MOREWOOD JONES, beloved daughter of David and Sarah Jones, died 9 October 1894, aged 27. "Peace, Perfect, Peace" 1894
S318 Private Williams In Loving memory of ANNE WILLIAMS relict of John Williams, who died 11 June 1917, aged 73 years. Also of the said JOHN WILLIAMS Master Mariner who died and was buried at sea 25 April 1894, aged 53 years. Also their beloved son, JOHN DAVIES, master mariner, lost at sea December 1921. Gwyn eu byd ymeirw y rhai sydd yn marw yn yr arglwydd. [Blessed are those who die in the Lord.] 1917
S883c Private James In Loving Memory of THOMAS JAMES, Master Mariner, beloved husband of Margaret Anne James, who died 2 August 1918 aged 84 years. I hope to meet my pilot face as fact when I have crossed the ear. Also the above MARGARET ANNE JAMES, who passed away 5 October 1949 aged 81 years. Re-united. Also their beloved daughter, GWENDOLINE MARGARET (GWEN) who passed away 5 February 1989 O Lord in thee I put my trust. Also of their beloved sons JOHN DAVID (JOHNNY) Lost at Sea on the SS Grindon Hall on or about 4 December 1907 aged 18 years. The arm of the Lord hath made the depths of the Sea a way for the ransomee to pass over. Cpl THOMAS GEORGE DCM 12th SWB died of wounds received in action at Bourlon Wood 26 November 1917 aged 21 years. Buried at Manancourt, France Faithful until Death. In loving memory of THOMAS WILLIAM REES dearly beloved husband of Annie A Rees, who passed way 8 September 1936 aged 60 years. At Rest. Also the above ANNIE REES, who pssed way 30 July 1983. Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God. 1918
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