Inside St. Oswald's Church is a monument to Edmund COKAYNE who died at Shrewsbury in 1403.
Inside St. Oswald's Church is a monument to Lieut.-Col. BAINBRIGGE, killed at the battle of Egmont-Op-Zee in 1799.
Also in St. Oswald's Church is a monument to Lieut. Edward BAINBRIGGE, killed in the trenches before Sebastopol in 1855.
There are two Commonwealth War Graves in St. Oswald's churchyard for World War I and one for WWII:
- J. LEE, priv., 1st Btn. Sherwood Foresters, age 34, died 11 March 1918.
- H. WIBBERLEY, priv., Maching Gun Corps. age 22, died 7 Aug. 1921. Son of Mrs. C. WIBBERLEY, Ashbourne.
- Richard Hill JELF, 2nd liet., Royal Armoured Corps, age 30, died 10 July 1940. Son of Colonel Wilfrid Wykeham JELF.