Churchyard Graves – Section 3

A survey of the surviving grave markers in the Churchyard of All Saints’, Ruskington, resulted in 156 sites and locations, which for the purposes of this analysis have been numbered accordingly and divided into SIX easily identifiable sections of the Churchyard. (See: aerial view below)

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Section 3:

section-3-1This area is on the North side of the Church, between it and Manor Street.

In this Section there are only 9 surviving Grave Markers remaining, the locations of which are shown on the Sketch Plan below. Most of the East side of the area contains no surviving grave markers.

A list of the person(s) interred in these graves follows the Plan (N.B. Some Graves contain more than one burial). Burials in this Section date from 1832 to 1877.

map-3-38-46The person(s) buried in these graves are listed below:

Burial Name Dates Age
Grave 38 COLLISHAW, George 1775 – 1866 91
Grave 39 HARE, Jane 1788 – 1863 75
Grave 39 HARE, John 1818 – 1832 15
Grave 40 PEARSON, William 1797 – 1836 38
Grave 40 PEARSON, John 1852 – 1877 24
Grave 41 PEARSON, William 1850 – 1872 21
Grave 41 PEARSON, Richard 1856 – 1876 19
Grave 42 CLAR(R)ICOATS, Ann 1812 – 1869 57
Grave 42 COLLINS, Jane 1823 – 1838 14
Grave 43 John & Sarah – Surname illeg
Grave 44    illegible inscription
Grave 45 SELLARS, Alice 1873 – 1873 < 2 mths
Grave 46 THORPE, Elizabeth 1867 – 1868 6 mths

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