St Cuthbert's Church burial ground, Marton, Yorkshire, England

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St Cuthbert's Church burial ground
Marton
Yorkshire, England

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St Cuthbert's Church burial ground, Marton

Notes about the burial ground

St. Cuthbert’s Church and Churchyard are located to the west of the A172 Stokesley Road in Marton Village. The main entrance to the church and Churchyard is by the Lych Gate which commemorates Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897. There is an overhead canopy and in earlier days when coffins were carried long distances the bearers would rest under the canopy to afford cover for the coffin. There is a line of trees near the church wall which would be the boundary of the earlier churchyard. In olden days the land to the north of the church and the north boundary of the churchyard was called Devils Side because it was the burial ground of disreputable people. Near to the main path is a tombstone with three coffins each bearing initials carved in stone. The story is that three men stole a piece of meat and threw is down a well, when they went to retrieve it they were overcome by carbolic gas and their bodies found at the bottom of the well. The churchyard holds a great deal of local historical interest, being the last resting place of several well-known former residents, such as members of the Bolckow, Vaughan, Swan and Winterschaladen families. Among the many, was Agnes Spencer, who died 1st March, 1959 widow of Tom Spencer, of the Marks and Spencer partnership. Also of Mary Walker of Marton Grange Farm who died 12th March 1789 aged 89 years. This lady is reputed to have taught James Cook the alphabet and how to read when just a young farm-hand in her charge prior to his move to Aireyholme, at the age of eight.


The GPR holds 19 grave and 45 person records for the burial ground.

Photographed and indexed by S Wilson

There have been 10 requests for photographs from the burial ground.


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Grave Monument Photographs

Below are the names that appear on the photographs or records held by the GPR for St Cuthbert's Church burial ground, Marton, Yorkshire, England.

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The postcode for this burial ground is TS7 8JU - if you have a GPS this might be useful to locate this burial ground!

The view statistics shown below are from 8 Jan 2014 when collection of these statistics started.

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no.family surnamefull namerelationshipbirth
year
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1ArmstrongHarriet Armstrongfirst name on this monument17991887882852086273033

2AtkinsonElizabeth Atkinsonfirst name on this monument17831846632862086283771
William Atkinsonhusband of Elizabeth Atkinson

3CloseElizabeth Closefirst name on this monument186518705308208641327
Frederick Closefather of Elizabeth Close
Elizabeth Closemother of Elizabeth Close

4CochraneWalter Livingstone Cochranefirst name on this monument18612822086263201
Sophia Caroline Cochrane1834188854

5DavisonJohn Davisonfirst name on this monument1752178028302208638210

6DavisonRobert Davisonfirst name on this monument17953072086402921
John Robert Davisonbrother of Robert Davison1800
Robert Davisonfather of Robert Davison
Jane Davisonmother of Robert Davison

7DavisonWilliam Davisonfirst name on this monument1760180444303208639228
Lyn Davisonwife of William Davison1742181169

8DixonRaylton Dixonfirst name on this monument1901297208636222

9FergusonJames Fergusonfirst name on this monument1837191275290208632267
Hannah McCamdlishdaughter of James Ferguson187018733
Hannah Fergusonwife of James Ferguson1846192276

10FleethamThomas Fleethamfirst name on this monument1741181877291208633333
Alice Fleethamwife of Thomas Fleetham1730182090

11GarbutH Garbutfirst name on this monument1744181066288208630401
Joseph Garbutfather of H Garbut
Jane Garbutmother of H Garbut
unknown Garbutsister of H Garbut1819

12GarltonRobert Garltonfirst name on this monument1739182182309208642230
Mary Garltonwife of Robert Garlton1831

13GowlandRobert Gowlandfirst name on this monument17341819852812086253921
Unknown Gowland
William Gowlandson of Robert Gowland
Elizabeth Gowlandwife of Robert Gowland1816

14OrdRichard Ordfirst name on this monument18042872086292801

15OrdThomas Ordfirst name on this monument1788187486294208634457
Eliza Orddaughter of Thomas Ord1831
Ann Ordwife of Thomas Ord1794187884

16RobinsonDorothy Robinsonfirst name on this monument1786186983301208637315
Susans Clemment1777186992

17RowlandJames Rowlandfirst name on this monument18041865613102086431931
Jane Rowlandwife of James Rowland1811187564

18SuggettJane Elizabeth Suggettfirst name on this monument185918634289208631285
David Suggettbrother of Jane Elizabeth Suggett185318629
William Suggettfather of Jane Elizabeth Suggett1813187360
Jane Suggettmother of Jane Elizabeth Suggett

19VaughanElizabeth Vaughanfirst name on this monument18421867252952086352611
William Vaughanhusband of Elizabeth Vaughan


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