St Uny's Churchyard burials
© Maxwell Adams 2004-2010
Version 29 March 2010
Many of these gravestones are much weathered. I have included here only those of which the inscriptions  
are readable or at which I can make a reasonable hazard. I have put in parentheses particularly difficult readings.   
The gravestones cover the years from 1784 with the large majority in the nineteenth century.   
I have put in entries from JH Matthews (1892, 96-98) A history of the parishes of St Ives, Lelant, Towednack,
and Zennor which are not now visible or legible in the churchyard, and these are marked at the forename or
relevant data with an asterisk *.  There are inaccuracies in some of those recorded in Matthews which are still
visible and readable. 
Several graves in the Western and Eastern cemeteries refer to people, often children, "buried in the old churchyard." 
I have added the names of those so interred here and marked them with a hash # and in the Notes put the relevant
cemetery initial, W or E, in which they are commemorated. Each has only one identical PIN for both burial ground entries. 
Additional information is given at the end for those marked +
There are also memorial tablets marking the ashes of people who have been cremated in this churchyard. They are 
recorded separately.
I have put at the end several names of people commemorated on death plaques within the church building itself. These are also
listed in Joseph Polsue (1870) Parochial history of the county of Cornwall, volume 3.
There is a plaque in the church which says that "this electric light" was installed Christmas 1928 in memory of William John TAYLOR,
head of the national School and a churchwarden.
PIN GRAVE SURNAME FORENAME BORN DIED AGE NOTES
1367 ALLEN Charles 14 May 1825 68 h 1366
1369 ALLEN Charles,  junior n h 1368
1368 ALLEN Ursula 21 Jul 1825 46 w 1369
1366 ALLEN Wilmot 8 Jan 1801 42 w 1367 who was "of St Ives"
1370 ALLEN Wilmot Stevens 8 Apr 1810 22 d 1366 and 1367
1373 ANDREW Kate 1839 1857 d 1371 and 1372, "our dear sister"
1371 ANDREW Rebecca Hosking 1803 1845 w 1372, m 1373, "our dear parents"
1372 ANDREW Waldron 1802 1876 h 1371, f 1373, "our dear parents"
1274 B E 1841 the gravestone says "EB"
1325 BANFIELD Christiana 22 Apr 1876 (28 ?) w 1326
590 BANFIELD Elizabeth Catherine # 17 Aug 1870 9 buried here, commemorated W
588 BANFIELD Emily # 14 Nov 1864 1y 10m buried here, commemorated W
587 BANFIELD Mary Ann # 30 Mar 1870 118 buried here, commemorated W
1326 BANFIELD Thomas n h 1325
1304 BARBER Jane 13 Feb 1875 59 w 1303
1303 BARBER John 30 Oct 1905 85 h 1304, "master mariner"
1396 BARRETT Sophia Kate 15 Feb 1863 7 d 1397 and 1398
1397 BARRETT James n f 1396, h 1398
1398 BARRETT Sophia n m 1396, w 1397
1209 BENBOW John 27 Aug 1862 60 f 1212, gf 1210, "late agent of  Wheal Margery"
1294 BENNETTS Amy 28 Jan 1842 63 w 1293, "tender and devoted parents"
1271 BENNETTS Betsy 3 Feb 1867 25 d 1265 and 1266; sister 1267-1270
1267 BENNETTS Edward 3 Feb 1836 2 s 1265 and 1266, b 1268-1271
1273 BENNETTS Edward no date h 1272
1272 BENNETTS Elizabeth 8 Dec 1841 64 w 1273
1268 BENNETTS John 14 Oct 1836 4 s 1265 and 1266; b 1267and 1269-1271
1270 BENNETTS John 15 May 1849 11 s 1265 and 1266; b 1267-1269 and 1271
1266 BENNETTS John n h 1265
1265 BENNETTS Mary 21 Mar 1864 62 w 1266
1293 BENNETTS Philip 22 Jun 1841 68 h 1294, "of St Ives," "tender and devoted parents"
1269 BENNETTS Richard 30 Dec 1830 1 mo s 1265 and 1266; b 1267, 1268, 1270, and 1271
1331 BOSUSTOW A 1828 54
1330 BOSUSTOW E 1827 31
1327 BOSUSTOW Margaret 5 Oct 56 w 1328, year of death unreadable
1332 BOSUSTOW N + 1828 25
1328 BOSUSTOW (William*) 1825 43 h 1327
1217 CARBINES Elizabeth 14 Feb 1840 25 w 1216
1218 CARBINES Jane 6 May 1860 78
1216 CARBINES Nicholas 4 Jan 1872 62 h 1217
2100 CARNELL Henry # 26 Feb 1870 52 buried here, commemorated on wife's grave in E, grave 269
2101 CARNELL "their five children" # all died in infancy, probably buried here, commemorated on mother's grave in E, grave 269
1350 CHALMERS Augusta Mary + 1885
1399 CHALMERS Eleanor Josephine + 1900
1202 CHRISTOPHER James Cock 5 Nov 1866 20 s 1203-04, b 1205-06
1204 CHRISTOPHER Mary n w 1203, m 
1203 CHRISTOPHER William n h 1204, f
1206 CHRISTOPHER William 16 Oct 1840 3 s 1203-04, b 1202 and 1205
1205 CHRISTOPHER William John 24 May 1871 28 s 1203-04, b 1202 and 1206, d California
1224 COCKS ? (Sep 1849 ?) (25?) s 1222 and 1223
1223 COCKS Frederick A n h 1222, f 1224
1222 COCKS Mary 20 Mar (1854 ?) 25 died at Madron, w 1223, m 1224
1391 COOPER Catherine Kendrick 25 Jul 1785 50 w 1390, m 1392, "of Wrexham, Denbighshire"
1393 COOPER Elizabeth Quick 25 Jul 1832 73 "of Towednack,"  w 1392
1390 COOPER John 25 Nov 1810 84 h 1391, f 1392
1392 COOPER John 25 Nov 1837 84 h 1393, s 1390 and 1391
1394 COOPER John Jan 1868 (no day) 87 s 1392 and 1393
1395 COOPER John 9 Jan 1904 84 died at St Ives
1523 COOPER Nanny # 4 Oct 1868 17 buried in this churchyard; commemorated  E, grave 34 
1691 CUNDY William # Nov 1858 5(?) buried in this churchyard; commemorated  E, grave 116; last number of age missing 
1388 CURGENVEN Richard + 30 Aug 1784 47 Captain in Royal navy
1214 CURNOW Johanna 18 Dec 1851 25 w 1215
1315 CURNOW John 4 Feb 1876 58
1215 CURNOW Joseph n h 1214
1308 CURRAH Margaret 29 May 1873 74 w 1307
1307 CURRAH William 8 Apr 1875 74 h 1308
2066 EDDY Nathanael (sic) # buried here, commemorated in E, grave 256
1018 EDDY Samuel # 15 Dec 1875 57 buried here, commemorated W
1020 EDDY [Five children] # buried here, commemorated W
1254 EDWARDS Christopher n f 1252, h 1255, "of this parish"
1255 EDWARDS Jane n m 1252, w 1254, "of this parish"
1198 EMBERSON Nicholas Edward 6 Feb 1986 22 h, f, died when Gillian Claire foundered on Hayle Bar
1428 FARQUHARSON Elizabeth * 1802
1427 FARQUHARSON William * + 1802
1311 FRANKLYN Helen 20 Sep 1846 76 wid 1312, former wid 1313
1312 FRANKLYN John n second h 1311, "of Bedford"
572 GLASSON [four unnamed infants] #+ buried here, commemorated W, parents are 568 and 569, siblings are 570 and 571
571 GLASSON Annie Jane #+ Feb 1869 21  d 568 and 569, <sister 570, 572>
568 GLASSON Jakeh #+ 27 Oct 1872 50 h 569 (In W), f 570-572
570 GLASSON Jakeh #+ 6 Mar 1855 5 s 568 and 569, <b 571-572>
1437 HALL Richard * + 1792 4
1365 HAMPTON Charity n m 1362, w 1364
1364 HAMPTON Richard n f 1362, h 1365
1337 HARRIS Ann 27 Jan 1800 12 d 1335 and 1336
1336 HARRIS Caroline + 8 Dec 1827 64 w 1335, m 1337
1335 HARRIS Henry + 22 Jun 1803 49 h 1336, f 1337
1231 HARRY Ann 9 Nov 1844 2 s 1225 and 1226; b 1227-1230
1262 HARRY Cordelia 12 Sep 1798 5 w d 1256 and 1257; sister 1258-1261 and 1263, 1264
1257 HARRY Cordelia 3 Jun 1850 75 w 1256, m 1258-1264
1228 HARRY Elizabeth 23 Feb 1835 3 d 1225 and 1226; sister 1227, 1229-31
1226 HARRY Elizabeth 26 Nov 1844 44 w 1225
1227 HARRY Elizabeth 15 Sep 1831 7 d 1225 and 1226; sister 1228-31
1261 HARRY Emelia 18 Aug 1829 28 d 1256 and 1257; sister 1258-1260 and 1262-1264
1256 HARRY John 11 Jan 1832 63 h 1257, f 1258-1264
1264 HARRY John 24 Feb 1806 3 w s 1256 and 1257; b 1258-1263
1259 HARRY John 26 Apr 1833 23 s 1256 and 1257; b 1258, 1260-1264
1258 HARRY John 30 Apr 1801 1 yr 6 mo s 1256 and 1257, b 1259-1264
1230 HARRY John 9 Nov 1844 22 s 1225 and 1226; b 1227-29, 1231
1263 HARRY Richard 13 Jan 1804 3 w s 1256 and 1257; b 1258-1262 and 1264
1260 HARRY Thomas 15 June 1826 13 s 1256 and 1257; b 1258, 1259 and 1261-1264
1229 HARRY Thomas 27 Sep 1844 8 s 1225 and 1226; b 1227, 1228, 1230, and 1231
1225 HARRY Thomas 3 May 1849 ? 56 h 1226
1426 HAWES Avice * w 1425
1324 HAWES Elizabeth Dunstan 27 Mar 1873 14 the "4" of her age is ill-formed
1425 HAWES William * 1835 70 h 1426
1354 HICHENS Mary n m 1352
1352 HICHENS Richard + 14 May (1782*) 17 Jan 1866 s 1353 and 1354
1353 HICHENS Thomas n f 1352
1194 HOLLOW James 27 Jul 1863 32 s 1192 and 1193
1192 HOLLOW Jane 4 Jun 1910 81 w 1193, m 1194-96; buried in Manor Park, Essex, formerly of Lelant parish
1196 HOLLOW Richard 20 Jan (186. ?) 6 s 1192 and 1193
1195 HOLLOW William 1865 13 mo s 1192 and 1193
1193 HOLLOW William Oct 1898 73 h 1192, f 1194-96; "Captain"
1407 HOSKING A * + 1760 2
1435 HOSKING Blanch * n m 1433, w 1434
1417 HOSKING C * + 1825 79
1411 HOSKING E * + 1802 45
1408 HOSKING H * + 1777 89
1414 HOSKING H * + 1809 87
1416 HOSKING H * + 1823 72
1434 HOSKING Henry * n f 1433, h 1435
1406 HOSKING J * + 1759 4
1420 HOSKING J * + 1842 76
1421 HOSKING J * + 1843 74
1409 HOSKING M * + 1789 27
1358 HOSKING Mary 27 Nov 1846 97
1410 HOSKING P * 1790 42
1412 HOSKING P * 1803 77
1413 HOSKING R * 1804 50
1415 HOSKING R * 1814 50
1433 HOSKING Richard 1866 86 JH Matthews records "fifth son" of 1434 and 1435
1419 HOSKING R * + 1833 63
1418 HOSKING T * + 1826 76
1678 HOSKING William # 3 Mar 1872 48 buried in this churchyard, commemorated in E, grave 110
1438 HOW JB * + 1801
1439 HOW S * + 1801
1362 JENKIN Caroline 13 Jun 1858 23 w 1363, d 1364 and 1365
1363 JENKIN James n h 1362
1361 JENNINGS Betsy Ann (unreadable) d 1359 and 1360
1221 JENNINGS George 12 Dec 1817 66
2020 JENNINGS George # buried in this churchyard, commemorated in grave E, grave  237, h 2019
1360 JENNINGS Prudence 9 Apr 1856 65 w 1359, m 1361
1359 JENNINGS Robert 14 Feb 1849 73 h 1360, f 1361
1346 JOHNS Elizabeth see RICHARDS Elizabeth
1338 JOHNS Frank 26 Nov 1852 42 "our father"
1344 JOHNS Thomas 11 Feb 1805 29 first h 1345
1314 JOSE Helen see FRANKLYN Helen
1313 JOSE Timothy n first h 1311
1424 KEMP Elizabeth * +
1429 LORY John * 1840 48 h 1430
1430 LORY Priscilla * w 1429, no date or age given
1242 MAYN Martilda Jane 1813 12 mo d 1238 and 1239; sister 1237, 1240, and 1241
1237 MAYN Mary 18 Mar 1803 9 mo d 1238 and 1239
1239 MAYN Mary n w 1238; m 1237, 1240-1242
1241 MAYN Samuel 22 May 1808 4 s 1238 and 1239; b 1237, 1240 and 1242
1240 MAYN Sarah 18 Mar 1807 10wk d 1238 and 1239; sister 1237, 1241, and 1242
1238 MAYN William 26 Apr 1836 58 h 1239; f 1237, 1240-1242
1339 MILL Matilda Johns 9 Aug 1871 22 w 1340
1340 MILL Matthew n h 1339
1291 MORLEY Hannah 14 Mar 1840 30 d 1286 and 1287; sister 1288-1290 and 1292 
1287 MORLEY Hannah 4 Dec 1860 75 w 1286, m 1288-1292
1292 MORLEY Henry 26 Jun 1862 46 s 1286 and 1287, b 1288-1291
1318 MORLEY Jane 20 Jan 1858 30 first w 1319
1288 MORLEY John (3 July?) 1838 19 s 1286 and 1287, b 1289-1292
1290 MORLEY Mary 24 Jul 1839 (18?) d 1286 and 1287; sister 1288, 1289, 1291, and 1292
1320 MORLEY Mary 9 Jan 1860 29 second w 1319
1289 MORLEY Richard 25 Jun 1839 26 s 1286 and 1287; b 1288, 1290-1292
1286 MORLEY Thomas 21 Dec 1836 52 h 1287, f 1288-1292
1319 MORLEY William n h 1318 and 1320
1355 NANKERVIS Mary + 4 May 1869 55
2058 NICHOLAS Mary Ann # buried here, commemorated E, grave 254
2059 NICHOLAS Martha Frances # buried here, commemorated E, grave 254
1243 NINNES Thomas 19 Mar 1855 47 f 1244
1244 NINNES Wilmot 22 Sep 1839 8 days d 1242
1356 OSBORNE Sarah 13 Aug 1824 65 w 1357, "of St Hillary"
1357 OSBORNE William n h 1356
839 PEARCE [Two children] # buried here, commemorated W, no names recorded
686 PENBERTHY [Five infants] # buried here, commemorated W, no names recorded
1512 PENBERTHY Anne E #+ (no dates or age)
1377 PENBERTHY Grace Adams 20 Sep 1839 4 gd 1376
1511 PENBERTHY Hannah J #+ (no dates or age)
1207 PENBERTHY Isaac 18 Feb 1849 51 f 1208
1208 PENBERTHY Isaac 9 Nov 1851 21 s 1207, died at Clevedon
1513 PENBERTHY James #+ (no dates and age)
1376 PENBERTHY John 14 Jan 1845 82 gf 1377 and 1378, "of St Ives"
1514 PENBERTHY Margaret A #+ (no dates or age)
1515 PENBERTHY Richard #+ (no dates and age)
1516 PENBERTHY Thomas J #+ (no dates or age)
1341 PERRY Philippa 2 Nov 1864 53 w 1342
1342 PERRY Richard n h 1341
1248 POOL Eldred + Aug 1832 26 days s 1245 and 1246; brother 1247 and 1249
1249 POOL Louisa + 5 Apr 1804 17 d 1245 and 1246; sister 1247 and 1248
1247 POOL Mary + Mar 1837 12 d 1245 and 1246; sister 1248 and 1249
1246 POOL Mary n of Penzance
1245 POOL Thomas n of Penzance
1405 POPE Elizabeth * 1852 66 d 1402 and 1403, sister 1404
1297 PRAED William 9 Oct 1833 84 Esq, "of Trevethow"
1375 QUICK Elizabeth 22 Sep 1859 79 w 1374
1374 QUICK Matthew 2 Mar 1836 62 h 1375
1310 RICHARDS Anne 27 Jan 1864 71 w 1309
1423 RICHARDS Benjamin * 1774 74
1309 RICHARDS Charles 12 Nov 1854 76 h 1310
1233 RICHARDS Edward n h 1232, "of this parish"
1345 RICHARDS Elizabeth + 14 Nov 1831 59 wid of first 1344 and second 1346
1232 RICHARDS Elizabeth 3 Nov 1833 64 w 1233
1251 RICHARDS Grace 7 Jan 1883 81 w 1250, died at St Ives
1347 RICHARDS Hugh n second h 1345
1422 RICHARDS James * 1775 42
1296 RICHARDS James 24 Jun 1851 91
1250 RICHARDS James P 21 Mar 1871 78 h 1251, died at St Ives
1283 ROACH Elizabeth 28 Jul 1876 1 d 1281 and 1282
1281 ROACH Elizabeth 7 Aug 1875 40 widow 1282, m 1283
1282 ROACH Paul n h 1281, f 1283
1386 SAMPSON Alice 27 Jun 1795 63 the memorial slate for Alice 1386 and Richard 1387 is on the west wall
1387 SAMPSON Richard 30 Nov 1814 85 the memorial slate for Alice 1386 and Richard 1387 is on the west wall
1334 SEARLE Elizabeth 14 Dec 1869 74 w 1333
1333 SEARLE Thomas 4 Sep 1854 59 h 1334
1316 SHEPHERD Bartle + (25 Mar) 67
1317 SMALLRIDGE Thomas + 3 Mar 1838 75
1220 STEPHENS Jane ? ? same grave as 1219
1323 STEVENS Elizabeth + 25 Apr 1868 69 w 1322
1404 STEVENS Francis * 1796 7 s 1402 and 1403, brother 1405
1322 STEVENS John + 30 Aug 1861 (69?) h 1323, "mine agent"
1403 STEVENS Martha * 1833 84 w 1402, m 1404 and 1405
1402 STEVENS Matthew * 1 Jan 1795 44 h 1403, f 1404 and 1405, "of St Ives"
1894 THOMAS Hannah # 20 Aug 1876 66 w 1894, commemorated in E grave 185
1213 TEMPEST Horace 17 Oct 1902 15 Aug 1979 born Peterhead, died Trevethoe
1295 THOMAS Margery + 29 Sep 1865 86 d at Hayle, "a native of St Ives"
1343 TONKIN Uriah + 12 Jan 1869 79
1400 TREGLOWN Susanna * 1847 81 w 1401
1401 TREGLOWN Thomas * n h 1400
2082 TREFFRY Mary 14 Apr 1876 77 buried here, commemorated in E, grave 261
1219 TREMELLING John 28 Oct 1870 64 "schoolmaster",son and brother, same grave as  1220
1537 TREVORROW Blanch # 1803 1863 w 1536, comemorated E grave 38
1389 TREVORROW Gertrude Jan 1821 5 May 1877 "erected by her beloved son"
1235 TREVORROW Hannibal n f 1234, h 1236
1236 TREVORROW Jane n m 1234, w 1235
1234 TREVORROW Thomas 26 April 1816 21 s 1235 and 1236
1536 TREVORROW Thomas # 1801 1863 h 1537, commemorated E grave 38
1210 TREWARTHA John 3 Aug 1857 14 s 1211 and 1212, gs 1209
1211 TREWARTHA John n f 1210, h 1212
1212 TREWARTHA Mary n m 1210, w 1211, d 1209
1277 TREWHELLA Christopher 24 Mar 1870 61 s 1275 and 1276
1276 TREWHELLA Christopher n h 1275
1278 TREWHELLA Martin no date 16 mo s 1279 and 1280
1280 TREWHELLA Mary n m 1278, w 1279
1279 TREWHELLA Matthew n f 1278, h 1280
1275 TREWHELLA Phillis 10 Jan 1863 84 widow 1276
1348 TYACKE Mary Phillips + 30 Mar 1877 40 first w 1349
1349 TYACKE Richard Frederick + 3 Dec 1901 69 h 1348
1351 TYACKE RP + 1885
1298 TYRINGHAM Diana Audrey Hillier 29 Jul 1868 9 Aug 1945 w 1299, m 1300-1302
1302 TYRINGHAM Douglas n s 1298 and 1299; b 1300 and 1301
1300 TYRINGHAM Giffard n s 1298 and 1299; b 1301 and 1302
1301 TYRINGHAM Humphrey n s 1298 and 1299; b 1300 and 1302
1299 TYRINGHAM Roger William Giffard n h 1298, f 1300-1302
846 UREN [Three children] # buried here, commemorated W, no names recorded
1200 UREN Alice 9 May 1866 74 w 1199, m 1201
1199 UREN Clement 27 Dec 1849 71 h 1200, f 1201
1381 UREN Richard (1816*) 66 JH Matthews records: "of Worvas in this parish"
1378 UREN Samuel Nov 1844 (3*) gs 1376, day of death unreadable
1329 UREN Thomas * "died (circa) 1850"
1201 UREN William 24 June 1857 22 s 1199 and 1200
2072 VICTOR Jane 29 November 1847 89
1306 WARMINGTON Catherine 23 Jul 1859 67 w 1305
1305 WARMINGTON Henry 28 Mar 1859 67 h 1306
1197 WHITESIDE Joseph William 6 Feb 1986 48 h, f, died when Gillian Claire foundered on Hayle Bar
1285 WILLIAMS Frances 1 Jan 1847 59
1321 WILLIAMS James 7 Jan 1864 29
1436 WILLIAMS James * 1872 64 "of this parish"
2081 WOODWARD Ruth # 11 Feb 1869 4 buried here, commemorated E, grave 261
1252 WRIGHT Christiana 30 Sep 1827 28 w 1253, d 1254 and 1255
1253 WRIGHT Isaac n h 1252, "of Newlyn"
1284 WRIGHT Jane Nov…
Names within the church itself
2210 CUNDY Elizabeth 5 May 1799 25 d 2211 and 2212
2211 CUNDY Grace 6 Oct 1799 66 w 2212, m 2210
2212 CUNDY John 9 May 1802 66 h 2211,  f 2210
2213 HOSKING Andrew 29 July 1813 78  "of Porthcullumb," h 2214
2214 HOSKING Mary 10 Apr 1799 42 w 2213
2215 PAWLEY Hugh 17 Sep 1721 h 2216
2216 PAWLEY Judith 30 Oct 1698 w 2215: mentions their children Prudence, Hugh, Mary, William, George, Peter, and Judith
2217 PAWLEY Stephen 19 Nov 1635
2218 PRAED William 8 May 1620 55 of Trevethow: mentions his wife Prudence and their children James, Jane, Alice, and Mary
1297 PRAED Wiliam 9 Oct 1833 buried in the churchyard
2219 PRAED William Tyringham 8 Jul 1846
995 WEAVER Albert 1940 1997 no grave, a bench in the churchyard: "who loved this area of Cornwall"
Notes
Abbreviations: b brother, d daughter, f father, gd granddaughter, gf grandfather, gm grandmother,
gp grandparents, gs grandson, h husband, m mother, s son, w wife, f 234 father of 234 etc. 
Sister is not abbreviated. I have recorded only relationships referred to in the grave inscriptions.
The PIN is a distinguishing number (personal identification number) given to each individual.
Age: at death as recorded on the gravestone.
n:  a relational name on the gravestone but not buried there.
Additional comments on the inscriptions
BOSUSTOW 1329-1333
The gravestone of Margaret BOSUSTOW also has on it WB 43 1825, EB 31 1827, AB 54 1828, and
NB 25 1828. I have entered these as Bosustow, as in the parish register. JH Matthews (1892, 97) records
the death date and age of William Bosistow (sic)  1328. Trewman's Exeter Flying Post of 1 May 1828
records the death at Lelant of "Mrs Bosustow" from a "paralytic seizure": no death date given but presumably April 1828.
The Selector or Cornish magazine July 1827 records the death in May 1827 of "Miss SE Bosustow," presumably 1330.
BOSUSTOW Nanny 1332
The Royal Cornwall Gazette of 5 July 1828 records her death at Mennabilly Farm on 20 June 1832 of consumption,
describing her as the youngest daughter of William Bosustow.
CHALMERS Augusta Mary 1350
The gravestone says: “AMC aged 24 buried at Morro Velho, Brazil 1885.” She died 7 August 1885 and was
buried in the English Cemetery at Morro Velho.
CHALMERS Eleanor Josephine
The gravestone says: "EJC 1900." This is Augusta's sister.
CURGENVEN Richard 1388
JH Matthews (1892, page 97) says: "fixed against the south wall of the tower," where it still is today
FARQUHARSON William 1437
There is a broken slab which reads "William Farquharson" and aged "6 months". Nothing more remains.
This is probably Matthews's 1437.
GLASSON
No graves visible in the churchyard; they are commemorated on the Christopher/Glasson grave in W
which gives the details recorded in this database
HALL Richard 1437
JH Matthews says (1892, 98) he is recorded with a slate on the west wall of the tower. This slate is
not now there.
HARRIS Henry 1335 and Caroline 1336
The gravestone also says: “Weep not for us our children dear”
HICHENS Richard 1352
The gravestone also says: freeman of St Ives and “the survivor of the family of Thomas and Mary HICHENS “ 
HOSKING* 1406-1421
JH Matthews (1892, page 96) records the slab, now largely illegible, as it is engraved, a series of initials 
and dates and ages:  JH, AH, HH, etc. The surname initial H stands for Hosking. 
HOW 1438, 1439
JH Matthews records "on the wall by the south gate of the churchyard is a piece of granite
bearing the inscription JB; S How; 1801".  It is not there now.
KEMP Elizabeth 1424
JH Matthews (1892, page 97) says  "Elizabeth Kemp and others of the family" and "of the end of
the last century," ie the end of the eighteenth century
NANKERVIS Mary 1355
The gravestone says she died at Rose-an-Grouse and was “late of Liverpool”
PENBERTHY Anne E 1512, Hannah J 1511, James 1513, Margaret 1514, Richard 1515, and Thomas 1516
These are the Penberthy people commemorated on grave 32 in the Eastern Cemetery as:
Annie Elizabeth died 1871 aged 9
Hannah Jane died 1870 aged 1
James died 1874 aged 68
Thomas James died 1860 aged 19
Margaret Ann died 1872 aged 27
Richard died 1873 aged 35
Family details are on the Eastern Cemetery list.
POOL Mary, Eldred, and Louisa 1247-1249
The dates and ages are given in Roman numerals in Gothic script and the gravestone is weathered.
It is hard to make out the numbers.
RICHARDS Elizabeth 1345
The gravestone says: “Widow of the above [Thomas JOHNS 1344] and lately of Hugh RICHARDS” [1347]
RICHARDS James 1296
The gravestone also reads: “For seventy years a faithful servant of the family of the late James Backwell 
PRAED Esq who have erected this stone as a memorial of their respect for his character and in grateful
esteem for his services.”
SHEPHERD Bartle 1316
The stone says he died “after a short but sever illness.” The death date is illegible.
SMALLRIDGE Thomas 1317
The stone says he died “after a long and painful illness which he bore with Christian fortitude deeply
lamented by all his family”
STEVENS John 1322 and Elizabeth 1323
The gravestone also says: “This erection is caused by their affectionate children as a mark of deep
respect for their beloved parents”
THOMAS Margery 1295
The gravestone also reads: “This stone was erected by her affectionate niece Caroline SIMONS”
TONKIN Uriah 1343
The gravestone also says: “Thirty six years vicar of this parish”
TYACKE Mary Phillips 1348
The gravestone says she died “Good Friday 1877”
TYACKE Richard Frederick 1349
The gravestone also says: “Thirty three years vicar of this parish”
TYACKE Richard Pender 1351
The gravestone says: “RPT aged 29 buried at Waipukurau New Zealand 1885.” He died 2 January 1885.
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