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St Oswald's

The parish church of Bollington

Bollington Road, Bollington Cross, SK10 5EG
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Memorial Inscriptions in the Columbarium at St John's

Columbarium
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Zones M and K

Zone M

Joseph Dunkerley 1926-2011 & Mavis Dunkerley 1920-2012

Brenda Brindley 1933-2010 &...

Patricia Clewley 1946-2011 &...

Gerald Cumberbirch 1915-2010 &...

Gilbert J Capper 1931-2012 &...

Henry Wood 6.7.1918-26.4.2012 & Barbara Wood 30.11.1926-24.6.2011

Raymond Foster 1927-2013 & Mary Foster 1931-2017

Susan B Walker 1960-2013

Philip King 1935-2013 &...

Gordon Oldfield 1931-2014

Doris May Capper 1928-2014

Jonathan Robert Barrow 1958-2014 & ...

Katherine A Keogh 1956-2014 & ...

Brian Williamson 1934-2012 & Jean Williamson 1934-2014

Elsie Hibbert 1936-2014 Graham Hibbert 1936-2018

Michael John McGinnis 7.3.1951-24.5.2015 &...

David Rees 1950-2015 &...

Joyce Byrne 1944-2016 &...

Leslie Walker 1948-2015 &...

John Walker 1951-2015 &...

Eric Coyne 1919-2016 & ...

David Baggaley 1950-2017

Harold Austin Mayers 1932-2012 & Beryl Mayers 1935-2017

Jeffrey Arthur Madeley 1945-2017 & ...

Derek Worrall 1929-2017 & ...

James Neal Wright 1965-2018

Leonard Reed 1940-2018...

Ellen Snape 1927-2019

Tristram Liley 1996-2019

Jane Rolls 1937-2014

Harry Ainsworth 1933-2019...

Zone M

Memorials are listed in the order as they would appear if viewed so that the inscriptions can be read normally. Standing in front of zone M looking East (towards Church Street with White Nancy on your right), the memorials nearest to the viewer will be at the bottom of the list. Be aware that there will be some re-alignment of memorial stones when additional interments of ashes take place. This may result in a slight change of order in some cases.

Zone K

Zone K is not in the main part of the Columbarium. These memorials are located alongside the wall to the south of the church building and are listed from LEFT to RIGHT when looking South (ie with your back to the church)

Zone K

JANE MARGARET SAUER nee SWINDELLS 1958 - 1999 forever in our thoughts.

In loving memory of ANDREW JOHN FENNA 28.5.58 - 17.10.97 buried Lefkas, Greece EDWARD FRANK FENNA 27.5.29 - 24.9.99 TERENCE MICHAEL BROWN 19.2.47 - 8.4.02 BARBARA FENNA 12-12-37 - 9-4-18 (separate stone- rear) BROWN & FENNA

THOMAS ROBERT KETTLETY 4.11.87 - 12.8.92 "Tommy" for ever loved.

In loving memory of CHARLOTTE WILSON died Tuesday 19 July 1994. Always remembered in all our hearts

BARBARA AUDREY WHITE a Christian soul a wonderful wife and mother 28.7.35 - 2.3.96

JAMES WOOLLEY a loving husband dad and grandad 1911 - 1989

ELLE MAY NEEDHAM 24.2.1995 - 25.8.1995

In loving memory of TOM BROADHURST died 5 April 2002 aged 79
MARY ALICE BROADHURST died 24th October 2012 aged 84 years

In loving memory of DORIS FERNIE 5.8.1911 - 2.12.2001

Everild Constance Sharples (nee Coatesworth) 1915-2000 wife of Alfred Cyril Sharples 1909-2011

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Last modified: 07 October 2020