St Mary's Great Brington - Site updated : 3rd December 2020
The Cremation Plot is in front of the south wall of the Churhyard and is mostly in date order from 1976. The earliest burial of ashes is John Redley(1949). Unlike the designated plot (see picture above), the ashes could be scattered throughout the main churchyard but mostly buried in the graves of parents and relatives
IOA 17 May 1985 Aged 11 years
Located in Triangular Plot by Lych Gate.
Burial Record no 307
IOA in grave with grandson Martin Redley and son Wm. Redley. Main churchyard
Burial record no 282
IOA 7 May 1974 Burial record no 273
Near edge of main path near to the East gate. Stone flower vase marks position.
IOA 15th Feb 1958 Burial Record no 225
No indication of burial site
IOA 2nd November 1995 Burial no 343
buried in the grave of Robert Taylor located close to the eastern boundary fence. ( nee Taylor)
in grave of
Thomas, Agnes & William Davies
IOA in of grave of 1942 Thomas Davies & 1947 Agnes Davies. Burial no 292
IOA 4th October 2013 Burial no 437
Mary Dent passed away in Australia. One of her last wishes was that part of her cremated remains be brought back to England and interred in Brington churchyard close to her grandparents grave.
No headstone for the Wrights has been identified so her ashes were interred near to dated headstones. No headstone or marker has as yet been erected.
This may be the only record for the future.
Burial record no 445