Norham Churchyard

Norham Churchyard from the air. From Tam Carr.

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Norham Churchyard Section A Row 5 – 8 – Smith

 Sacred to the memory of Aaron Young SMITH of Horncliffe Loanend eldest son of Alexander and Agnes SMITH of Horncliffe who died 6th October 1845 aged 32 years.

He was greatly esteemed for amiable qualities and singularly filial affection and his loss deeply deplored.
‘Tho lost to sight to memory dear.’      

Also in memory of their children Thomas and Jane Fergy who died the former aged 14 years on the 20th and the latter on the 27th Septmber 1832 aged 15 years.

They were lovely and pleasant in their lives and in their deaths they were not divided.

Robert Smith MD their son died 22nd December 1848 aged 23 years.
The above Agnes SMITH died 3rd march 1864 aged 75 years and the above

Alex SMITH died 19th January 1871 aged 87 years.
George SMITH their son died 18th December 1882 aged 56 years, and is buried in the Northern Cemetery, Dunedin, New Zealand.
 

The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away. Blessed be the name of the Lord' .

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 6 – 1 – Swan/White

In loving memory of Robert WHITE the beloved son of Robert and Isabella WHITE who died 16th July 1897 aged 31 years.

We shall meet on the banks of the river, happy, happy there for evermore,

we shall dwell with the angels and join with the choral song our loved ones, loved ones gone before’.

Also the above Robert WHITE who died May 7th 1902 aged 67 years.

Also the above Isabella WHITE who died July 19th 1905 aged 73 years.

Sacred to the memory of Robert SWAN who died 6th September 1877 aged 71 years.

Also Eleanor his wife died 25th August 1842 aged 42 years. Dorothy their daughter died in infancy.

Mary Jane White died 14th November 1868 aged 6 months.

Erected by their grandchildren.

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 6 – 2 – Stewart/Mason

In memory of Amelia Ann STEWART wife of the Rev. J.W. MASON of Marrick, Yorks, born 4th September 1825 died 9th January 1898.

The Rev. J.H.MASON 67 years vicar of Marrick, Yorks. died 23rd October 1910 in his 90th year.

After the mist and shadow Peace 

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 6 – 3 – Hastie/Vaux

In memory of Robert HASTIE of London who died at Galagate House,

Norham born 25th September 1794 died 28th January 1874.

Also of Sarah VAUX  sister in law of the above who died at 

Norham born 23rd August 1807 died 5th October 1873. Galagate House

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 6 – 4 – Short

Sacred to the memory of Isabella daughter of George and

Margaret SHORT died August 25th 1827 aged ••••

William their son died 27th February 1852 aged 21 years

Also the above George SHORT who died 18th. September 1875 aged 84 years.

Also the above Margaret SHORT who died January 26th 1887 aged 86 years.

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 6 – 5 – Strother

In loving memory of William be oved husband of Ellen STROTHER

who died at Horncliffe 16th November 1918 aged 58 years.

Also William their son reported missing in France 26th March 1918 aged 25 years.

Also Jessie their daughter who died at Horncliffe 5th December 1929 aged 39 years.

Also the above Ellen STROTHER who died 1st November 1937 aged 76 years.

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 6 – 6 – Strother/Robertson/Cowans

 In loving memory of Fanny ROBERTSON beloved wife of James STROTHER who died at Horncliffe 2nd January 1934 aged 69 years

Also John their son who was killed in action in France 9th April 1917 aged 25 years interred in Bailleul Road Cemetery.

Also Mary Jane COWANS their daughter who died at Horncliffe 16th February 1919 aged 17 years.

Also the above James STROTHER who died 24th march 1935 aged 74 years.

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 6 – 7 – Swan

In memory of Nicholas SWAN son of Nicholas and Ann SWAN who died June 28th 1834 aged 17 months.

Also George SWAN their son died June 27th 1842 aged 3 years.

Also their daughter Margaret SWAN who died August 25th 1844 aged 2 years 7 months.

Also Ann SWAN  their daughter died June 14th 1858 aged 20 years.

Also Margaret SWAN their daughter died October 5th 1859 aged 13 years.

Side of Headstone:

In memory of Ann SWAN wife of Nicholas SWAN who died 27th December 1883 aged 77 years.

Also the above Nicholas SWAN who died February 3rd 1885 aged 78 years.

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 6 – 8 – Byers

In loving memory of William BYERS beloved husband of Mary BYERS who died 31 st March 1929 aged 80 years.

Also the above Mary BYERS who died 15th December 1943 aged 94 years.

Also their daughter Ann who died 12th June 1972 aged 89 years.

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 7 – 1 – Scott

In loving memory of Harriet SCOTT beloved wife of James SCOTT who died at Grindon 18th September 1907 aged 33 years

Also the above James SCOTT who died at Billylaw Farm, Berwick- upon-Tweed 25th July 1921 aged 50 years.

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 7 – 2 – Sprott/Anderson

In loving memory of James SPROTT beloved husband of Janet SPROTT who died at West Longridge 19th January 1909 aged 36 years.

Also the above Janet SPROTT Who died 12th November 1957 aged 84 years.

Beatrice May ANDERSON who died at Berwick 31st July 1986 aged 90 years.

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 7 – 4 – Tate

Dedicated to the memory of Elizabeth wife of Adam TATE who died at Grindon September 18th 1826 aged 62 years.

He died 6th April 1836 aged 75 years.

Also George son of John TATE Twisell Smiddy who died in infancy.

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 7 – 5 – Brown

Dedicated to  the memory of Jane wife of Robert BROWN, Oxendeanburn who died September 25th 1829 aged 62 years.

Also Robert BROWN who died at Campster 1830 and is interred at Bower Churchyard, Caithness.

Also Thomas BROWN son of the above who died at Fireburnmill on November 24th 1847 aged 18 years and interred here.

Norham Churchyard Section A Row 7 – 6 – Thompson

Sacred to the memory of Charles THOMPSON who died at Murton June 19th 1827 aged 26 years.

Go home my friends and shed no tears and lie here till Christ appears then at his coming hope to have a joyful rising from the grave’

Also Mary THOMPSON died at Longridge March 21st 1833 aged 56 years.

Also Charles THOMPSON who died February 5th 1813 aged 71 years.

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