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Memorial Inscriptions (Page 1)

Page 1    Page 2    Page 3    Page 4    Index page 1    Index page 2    Index page 3

Roll of Honour for the wars of 1914-18 and 1939-45

Millfield School Roll of Honour for the war of 1939-45

List of Rectors since 1304

This survey was scanned by David Parsons from a report made by the Mid-Somerset Group of the Somerset & Dorset Family History Society in 1992 and put on the web for the purposes of family history and tracing ancestors. We take no responsibility for the accuracy of the data, nor for any errors in the scanning.  


Holy Trinity Church


The church is thought to have been built on the site of St Gilda's Chapel In the early 14th Century. It contains two Early English windows, a fine Decorated east window, piscina and sedilia In the chancel, and an open 15th century timber roof. The west tower contains a clock and six bells.


The church was extended and restored by the Victorians in 1843.


The Registers date from 1639 and are deposited at the County Record Office, Taunton.


Churchyard


The majority of the headstones are of little artistic Importance but a few are of Interest historically : A3 Is a well preserved example from the late 17th century; B35 has an unusual double date of 1728-9; B91 and E11 have typical carvings of the 19th century.


Inscriptions


Total number of Inscriptions recorded - 392


Earliest dates: 1583 - Church Interior


1684 - Churchyard


Latest date: 1989


Location : Church Road, Street ; OS Grid Ref ST 488 372


Surveyed :1987-92, by kind permission of the Rector, the Rev Preb Derek Courtney Evans MA


Compiled by : The late Mr A B L Pearce, Mrs Pat Jenklns and members of the Mid-Somerset Group of the Somerset & Dorset Family History Society


Typed and Indexed by: Mr M W Loaring


Abbreviations


In the Interests of concision, full use has been made of abbreviations and all dates have been given In a standard form, eg 21 Nov 1955. Many of the field notes give fuller details of the Inscriptions, types of stone, decorations etc; they are held by the Society's Librarian, Mrs K McDavId, Corfe Barn, Corfe Lodge Road, Broadstone, Dorset BH18 9NQ.


Key; C = cross F = footstone H = headstone K = kerbstone P = pot S = slab IMO = In Memory of ILMO = In Loving Memory of RBG = Remember before God STTMO = Sacred to the Memory of TGG = To the Glory of God TrMO = Treasured Memories of TTMO = To the Memory of


SECTOR A ; North of Church


1 H IMO Mary Ann, the beloved wife of Henry RICH, who departed this life 26 Jun 1878 aged 36 years. "Her end was peace" [verse]


2 H STTMO Jane STACEY, who died 10 May 1880 aged 75 years. Also of James STACEY, husband of the above, who died 8 Sep 1882 aged 75 years


3 H [Leaning against N wall of tower] IMO Mary, Richard and Mary. daughter, son and daughter of John GODWIN and Mary his wife, which dyed In the years 1684. 1687. 1690


SECTOR A : Church Interior


4- Plaque In florist's cupboard The accommodation In this Church was enlarged In the year 1834 by which means 238 additional fittlngs were obtained In consequence of a grant from the Society for promoting the enlargement of Churches and Chapels. The whole of the said 238 fittings are declared to be free and unappropriated for ever and are In addition to 200 formerly provided.


5 Back of door In porch This oak door was given In 1974 TGG and as a memorial to Amy J K BURDOCK


6 Plaque on W wall TGG and In loving remembrance of Jane Alice LOVEGROVE, who entered into rest 27 Jun 1910. A faithful worker for God and His Church In this Parish for 23 years


7 W wall Framed copy of the Royal Letters Patent 1543, 34 Hy VIII Feb 8, with typed transcript below


8 N wall Framed Roll of Honour :







LH side

Name

Regiment

Date

Pte

FS MARSH

S L I

21 Oct 1914

Pte

H CARROLL

D C L I

24 Oct 1914

Pte

C MUTTON

S L I

9 Nov 1914

Pte

E BADMAN

S L I

9 Nov 1914

Pte

F FRAMPTON

Dorset Rgt

14 Nov 1914

Pte

W CURTIS

D C L I

25 Apr 1915

Pte

F SELLICK

S L I

26 Apr 1915

Gnr

A LATCHAM

Somerset R H A

21 Dec 1915

Pte

GW WILCOX

A S C

21 Jan 1916

Tpr

JL PIKE

Dragoon Guards

Jan 1916

Pte

WH PAYNE

Ox & Bucks LI

6 Apr 1916

Pte

WH HOOPER

Canadian Scottish

9 Apr 1916

Sgt

S HANSFORD

S L I

1 Jul 1916

SecLt

F WITHERS MC

S L I

2 Jul 1916

L/Cpl

WJ HAMLETT

S L I

6 Jul 1916

Pte

C BADMAN

R A M C

25 Jul 1916

Pte

R HANSFORD

S L I

9 Aug 1916

Pte

A BARTLETT

S L I

Aug 1916

Pte

A PURSEY

Glos Rgt

23 Aug 1916

Pte

M WHIPPY

S L I

4 Sep 1916

Pte

H HAWKER

Canadian Inf

15 Sep 1916

Pte

C LINHAM

D C L I

2 Oct 1916

Rfl

S LAW

Queens W R

9 Oct 1916

Bom

W H HILBORNE

R G A

11 Nov 1916

Pte

H BARTLETT

Wilts Rgt

25 Jan 1917

Pte

S G BADMAN

S L I

5 Apr 1917

Pte

A HOOPER

S L I

9 Apr 1917

Gnr

J W TALBOT

R G A

9 Apr 1917

L/Cpl

R HOLLAND

Dorset Rgt

12 May 1917

Dvr

R POMPEY

Somerset R H A

16 Apr 1917

Pte

T ASHFORD

S L I

23 Apr 1917

Pte

J S STEVENS

E Yorks Rgt

3 May 1917

Pte

H FERGUSON

Devon Rgt

16 May 1917

Pte

M ELVER

R M L I

20 Jul 1917

RH side




Pte

H SLOCOMBE

S L I

9 Aug 1917

Pte

H EDWARDS

W S Y

10 Aug 1917

Pte

M W BEAVEN

M G C

22 Aug 1917

Pte

W S SERGEANT

R E

22 Aug 1917

Sgt

A HOOPER MM

Coldstream Guards

27 Aug 1917

Pte

A HOCKEY

Labour Corps

4 Sep 1917

Pte

A DAVIES

Lanes Rgt

28 Sep 1917

Cpl

R SKRINE

Dorset Rgt

4 Oct 1917

Pte

H COOK

Suffolk Rgt

4 Oct 1917

Pte

C J FRANCIS

R W Kent

26 Oct 1917

Pte

C P SKINNER

R M L 1

Oct 1917

Pte

R J GODFREY

Welsh Rgt

9 Nov 1917

Gnr

L G MOXEY

Tank Corps

31 Jan 1918

L/Cpl

F C MARSH

16th Lancers

23 Mar 1918

Pte

S EDWARDS

R M L I

24 Mar 1918

Sgt

C EDWARDS

S L I

25 Mar 1918

L/Cpl

W BRINE

S L I

26 Mar 1918

Pte

J H CAREY

S L 1

Apr 1918

Cpl

T J POPLE

M G C

12 Apr 1918

Pte

A J MILLS

Essex Rgt

20 Apr 1918

L/Cpl

W LEWIS

R E

5 May 1918

Pte

H BADMAN

Devon Rgt

26 May 1918

L/Cpl

F BEAVEN

Devon Rgt

10 Jul 1918

Pte

J BEALING

R A S C

19 Jul 1918

Lt

J E C MacVICAR

RFC

22 Jul 1918

Pte

I BARTLETT

S L 1

1 Aug 1918

Pte

J MARTIN

S L I

5 Sep 1918

Pte

G WILLCOX

R M L 1

2 Oct 1918

Sgt

H R BARTON

RAM C

10 Dec 1918

Pte

M KIDDLE

R D Corps

4 Mar 1917

Sapr

G LINHAM

R E


Sgt

R HANSFORD MM

S L 1



W DREW



Pte

M J ALLEN

R A S C

Pte

C R J BADMAN

Dorset Rgt

WO

R F BADMAN

R A F

L/Bom

L G BARNES

R A

FO

AH BOBBETT DFC

R A F

FSgt

E F BUSH

R A F

Pte

D COOK

R Scots Fuslleers

Sgt

E W DARE

R A S C

Pte

A J DAVIES

Seaforth Highlanders

Pte

H L DAVIES

Seaforth Highlanders

Sgt

B J FOURACRE

R A F

Pte

D LANG

Paratroop Rgt

Cptn

J C OWEN HUGHES

R A

Sgt

W H LOCKE

Paratroop Rgt

F/Sgt

P G POLKINHORNE

R A F

Stoker

E F POMPEY

R N

Cpl

A van RYNEN

Paratroop Rgt

L/Cpl

W R SAY

S L I

Pte

C W SEAWARD

Tank Corps

Ldg Cook

C J STILLWELL

R N

Grant them eternal rest O Lord

And let light perpetual shine upon them


10 N Wall : oval plaque STTMO Thomas PETVIN and Mary his wife. She died 23 Jan 1788 aged 53. He died 3 Jul 1809 aged 74 [verse] Also Jane their daughter, who was born and died 15 Apr 1775

Isaac PETVIN. Sculptor


11 Window E end of Transept : [Joseph of Arlmathea and Abbot Whiting of Glastonbury] This window Is placed here TGrGG and In memory of two dearly loved fathers, Frank NEAL and Alexander Nenon ARMSTRONG, AD 1950


12 Carving round base of Pulpit : TGG and 1LMO Elizabeth Mary CLARK, 1660 - 1927


13 N wall of Choir - brass plaque ; TGG and IMO Robert TALBOT, for 19 years Churchwarden of this Parish and for 27 years a member of the Choir of this Church, who departed this life 16 Oct 1890 aged 45 years. This Tablet was erected by his fellow parishioners and other friends


14 N wall of Choir - marble plaque : In a vault within this chancel are deposited the mortal remains of the Rev John Brown HAWK INS MA, late of Exeter College Oxford, who was suddenly released from this world whilst on* a journey the 14th day of May 1825 aged 28 years. His afflicted widow has caused this Tablet to be inscribed in his memory


15 L of E window In Chancel - framed Inscription : TGrGG this east window is given by parishioners and friends and Include a loving remembrance of ;

Edward TALBOT

Alice TALBOT

Ella TALBOT

Thomas H V PACKE

John Conway OWEN-HUGHES

Florence Mary CALEY

AD 1950


16 S wall to L of organ - brass plate : IMO John F Inner PETV1N, Clerk and Organist, Street. Faithful service 1869 - 1919 "We praise Thee O God"


17 Brass plaque on organ : TGG and IMO John George HICKLEY BD, Fellow of Trinity College Oxford, Rector of Walton-cum-Street 1850 - 1886 and of Walton 1886 - 1889, died 13 Feb 1905 aged 88


18 Chancel - stone with Initials J.B.H. [under carpet] : Here lyeth the body of Margaret, the wiffe of Thomas DYER of this paryshe Gent, and daughter of Robert PARRYS late of Chard Gent, who Dyed in childebedd the XXV of Apryll 1583 of the age of XX III I yeres and fyve Monthes, maryed X years savinge fyve weekes, leavinge three Sonnes, two Daughters a lyve and one more buryed. For whose Rare and manyfolde vertues; giftes; Qualities; most Godly liffe, and deth; God be praysed. Amen


19 S wall - black marble plaque and white marble urn : STTMO Edward BROWN, died 12 May 1808 aged 76 "An Honest man Is the noblest work of God" Also of Mary BROWN, who died 19 Jul 1812 aged 80. "Religeous, mild and amiable she died looking with hope towards her God" Also Mary their daughter, who died 10 Oct 1823 aged 65 years 20 S wall - brass tablet to R of main door : This Tablet Is erected by Frances Harlott WOOD 1LMO her father Charles WOOD of Street House, a devout worshipper In this church, who died 8 Feb 1859 aged 54 years RIP


21 S wall - to R of main door :


RECORD OF INCUMBENTS

Holy Trinity Parish Church, STREET

See also this official list


1304 John De HANKLE

1309 Will. GATCLIN

1325 Nich. De WEDERGROVE

1332 Joh. De WESTMANCOTE

1337 Rog. De PYATEBEKE

1338 Adam De KENT

- - - Rog. WODEHILL

1426 John STONE

1448 John LAX LLB

1460 Sir Henry MODEFORD

1462 Will. BOCKETT

1482 Ric. BOCKETT

1483 Will. WILTON

1484 Ric. BOCKETT

1487 Will. WILTON

1503 Will. WASON


Period of Dissolution of the Monastries


1554 Tho. JURIE

- - - John BRIDGEWATER

1578 Hen. SLOCOMBE AM

1579 Will. SOWTH MA

1608 Anton EGLESFIELD

1635 Walt. RALEIGH AM


Period of the Civil War


1664 Edw. THORP

1671 Ric. JENKINS AM

1672 Jos. GLANVILL AM

1680 Car THIRLBY AM

1684 Tim. REDMAN AM

1718 Baldwin MALET AM

1758 Edward BENNETT MA

1769 Thomas THURLOW BD

1770 William BAILEY MA

1791 Josiah THOMAS MA

1820 Colllngwood FOSTER-FENWICK LLB

1823 Hon & Rev John THYNNE MA


1908 Gordon CUMING MA

1940 Richard Daunton FEAR BD

1895 Henry Lawrence SOMERCOCKS MA

1902 Colin Arthur Fitzgerald CAMPBELL MA

1931 Christopher Leigh BUCKINGHAM MA

1850 John George HICKLEY BD

1886 George BEILBY MA

1915 Augustus Chisholm SCHOFIELD BA

1944 John Arthur Lloyd ARMSTRONG

1956 T C B WILKES BA

1962 James Arthur JUDGE BD

1977 Derek Courtney EVANS MA

1924 Henry Stanley URCH LTL

22 Window In S wall R of main door :

IMO Adelaide Charlotte HANNAM, 1866 - 1952


SECTOR B: South of Church


1 H IMO our beloved mother Esther LEWIS, at rest 20 Nov 1942 "Life Is eternal, Love Is Immortal"

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Roll of Honour for the wars of 1914-18 and 1939-45

Millfield School Roll of Honour for the war of 1939-45

List of Rectors since 1304


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1939 -1945

HONOUR ROLL


Parish of Holy Trinity STREET


In glad thanksgiving for their life

And proud remembrance of their death


1914 - 1918

MILLFIELD SCHOOL HONOUR ROLL


Parlsh of Holy Trinity STREET


In glad thanksgiving for their life

And proud remembrance of their death

1939 - 1945


Old Boys


John Charles BATTERSBY

Paul Kindersley BUDGEN

William Alexander DICKENSON

Frederick Arthur MANDER

Andrew Lyall MILLER

John Richards O'BRIAN

George St Lawrence N PONSONBY

Arthur John ROSSER

Roger ROWE

David Neville SPURLING

Robert Allen Morris STEVENSON

Roger Christopher Arthur WATSON


Staff


John JARMAN

James Hadley RAWSON


Grant them eternal rest O Lord

And let light perpetual shine upon them


9 N wall