I hope that the names listed below might be of interest and help to those tracing their family history. If you have ancestors who come from the village then please refer to the list below. If you can find a name thatis of interest to you, please drop me a line and I will be pleased to pop over to the church and take a photograph of the marker for you should you wish. The inscriptions are covered in three pages. This page looks at interior monuments and the three wall plaques on the south exterior wall of the church. A second page looks at the graves on the east side of the church grounds. A third page looks at the graves on the west side of the church grounds.
Wall MONUMENTS INSIDE ST MICHAELS
Deborah, wife of Revd John Fowke d 1808
Revd John Fowke d 1813 Revd Lord George Gordon Rector d 1862 & Charlotte Anne (Vaughan) his relict d 1879
FLOOR SLABS INSIDE ST MICHAELS
Deborah Fowke d 1808
John Toon d 1831 Mary daughter of John and Rebecca Toon d 1831
Bigland, son of Isaac and Orme Bayley d 1739....Orme daughter of the same d 1739....Orme Bayley d 1745....Isaac Bayley Gent d 1751........Esther daughter of Isaac and Orme Bayley d 1760 & Orme her sister d 1757.
Richard Edwards d 1730 Martha Standish d 1781 John Willimott d 1788
Wall plaques on the south wall at st michael
died Dec 18th 1817 ages 70 years.
James Henry Woolley
died Feb 4th 1841 aged 38 years.
died May 15th 1825 aged 48 years recorded on the same plaque his wife (her name being illegible) 10 died Dec 10th 1853 aged 77 years.