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Weaverthorpe: Weaverthorpe Churchyard gravestones etc..

PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WEAVERTHORPE CHURCHYARD GRAVESTONES ETC..

Introduction

These photos of the Weaverthorpe Churchyard gravestones etc. were taken in 2017 and consequently no graves after this date appear here.

The index consists of a table of surnames (below), each being linked to the first image of that surname. To get to the rest of the same surname images, simply use the scroll facilities on each succeeding page.

The number for the photograph is given in the caption below the photograph.

I made no attempt to remove grass from graves (no tools) but tried to remove the moss etc. from the graves which consist of a cross.

My apologies for those photographs with camera shake - I seem to be expert at choosing windy days to take photographs.

If you can identify the names on the "Unknown" graves, please drop me a line by email (use the "Report Problems" link at the bottom of the relevant page).

There are three sizes of photos: the thumbnail images which link to a page containing a larger image (640 by 480 pixels), and then a full size image which is linked from the previously mentioned larger image. The full size image can of course be saved for your own personal use.

You will appreciate that there is ample scope for errors in this, so if you find any, please drop me a line - there is a link to the error form at the bottom of each page.


Happy hunting!

Colin Hinson.

!General  Adamson  Allison  Anderson  Armstrong  Ashwell 
Ashworth  Asquith  Atkinson  Baker  Barmby  Baron 
Baxter  Bayly  Beal  Bean  Bellwood  Belt 
Bielby  Blakeborough  Blanshard  Bogg  Boreman  Box 
Bradford  Bradshaw  Brigham  Brown  Burnett  Burton 
Cass  Chapman  Clarkson  Cooper  Coverdale  Dawson 
Dickinson  Dobson  Downes  Dowsland  Dunn  Elliott 
Ellis  Ellison  Esh  Etherington  Featherstone  Fieldsend 
Foster  Frankish  Gilbank  Gill  Goodwill  Gordon 
Greaves  Green  Grice  Haddon  Hall  Harrison 
Hawley  Hebblethwaite  Heslington  Hildreth  Hodgson  Howe 
Hoyle  Hugill  Hurrell  Hutchinson  Ince  Ireland 
Jackson  Jefferson  Johnson  Kellington  Kennedy  Kettlewood 
Kilvington  Kirby  Knaggs  Lamplugh  Laybourn  Leng 
Lickes  Longhorn  Lovel  Major  Marflitt  Marshall 
Marwood  Mason  McKinley  Medd  Milner  Monkman 
Moorfoot  Morris  Nelson  Ness  Newell  Newlove 
Oliver  Ombler  Outhet  Park  Parrott  Perrott 
Pinder  Plaxton  Pool  Posthill  Postill  Price 
Quickfall  Redshaw  Richardson  Ringrose  Robinson  Sandeman 
Sawdon  Scally  Scrase  Seller  Shepherdson  Simpson 
Skelton  Smith  Spink  Stonehouse  Summersgill  Taylor 
Temple  Topham  Train  Tranmer  Trueman  Tyson 
Ullyott  Unknown  Unknown*  Vesy  Walker  Ward 
Wardell  Warters  Watkinson  Watson  Welburn  Weldon 
Wigley  Wiley  Williamson  Wilson  Withell  Wood 
Woodall  Wrigglesworth                 
 
* Please note that the "Unknown*" section contains those with unreadable full surnames.