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Six general views
Aged 1 day.
Able Seaman Phillips served on the SS Jabiru.
John Higginson was killed in a aeroplane accident at Spittlegate, Grantham in November 1917 while serving with the Royal Flying Corps.
His brother William was killed in action in France 19 days later.
Aged 6 days.
Aged 17 days.
Edward Merchant died at the L N W Railway Works at Crewe.
Two friends were "tragically killed in a car crash" in 1988.
Fred died aged 10 months, Frank died aged 15 months, Charlotte died aged 3 years, Oscar died aged 1 year and May died aged 2 years.
Harry Laird died in Coatzacoalcos in Mexico in 1890.
Rather unusually both the date of death and burial are reported on the stone.
Graham Worrall served with the Special Air Service regiment.
Mick May was a Window Cleaner.
"Who has moved into the clouds , To smoke his pipe in peace."
Can you spot the spelling mistake?.
Three angels stand watch over the deceased.
Louie died aged 100 having been a widow for 56 years.
Not a very helpful inscription!
John Roberts was a angler and football fan.
HMS Duke of York is best known for the role she played in the sinking of the Scharnhorst in December 1943.
Harry Hatton was a Railwayman, a Councillor and National Union of Railwaymen Organiser.
"Now Beating In Woodlands New With Your Springer Spaniels At Your Side".
A bingo themed memorial.
Valerie Scott was a Teacher and Preacher.
A particularly sad memorial to 4 youngsters.
Aged 7 hours.
Aged 11 days.
An unusual design including a horse and cart.
Presumably these are the initials of the four deceased?.
Daniel Little worked for the London and North Western Railway.
Frederick Cope was "killed on the line at Stafford".
"This stone was erected by the members of Rose of Crewe Division Sons of Temperance".
Arthur Brooks saved 77 lives from shipwreck.
"Just pro tem pal".
Aged 19 days.
Alfred's age is reported as 84 7/8 - how strange.
"Who entered the homeland".
"Home Teacher for the blind" for 40 years.
Reginald Dudley was buried in two different military cemeteries.
Jack Roberts was reported missing on Christmas Day 1941.
James Mauritius Boatwright is an unusual name.
Singleton went down with the HMS Queen Mary in the Battle of Jutland.
Peter "consented to allow a piece of his skin to be grafted on a wounded soldier".
Twins who died aged 1 month.
Johnny was drowned aged 9 years.
Walter was a Journalist, Councillor and Caring Citizen.
A Pink Floyd themed memorial.
"We don't have a full house any more but you can play for eternity" - a bingo themed stone.
HMS Diana was a protected cruiser.
Eve Madden died in New Zealand in 1935 and was reburied in Crewe in 2006.
"And all the trumpets sounded for them on the other side".
"One moment in annihilation's waste - One moment of the well of life to taste".
Claire Christine Nicholson and Martin Piers Nicholson - Ticklerton (Shropshire) and Daventry (Northhamptonshire), United Kingdom.
This page was last updated on July 1st 2017.