Lightcliffe Cemetery and some of its residents - by Chris Helme
Lightcliffe Cemetery and some of its Residents
…a presentation by Chris Helme
William Mallinson – the architectural mason
Standing at the bus stops or waiting in traffic to join Wakefield Road from the
top of Stoney Lane, the view you have today is just the tower.
It is all that remains of what is described as the new church of 1775 which
replaced one that had been built on the site in 1529.
The builder of the 1775 church was a William Mallinson, who was based in
Halifax. His grave is in the church cemetery and the headstone reads:
'In memory of William Mallinson, late of Halifax, Mason, who erected this
Chappell (sic) in the year of our Lord 1775'.
At the time of his death in 1798 he was living in Hove Edge and was 48. He is believed to have
been a member of the 18th century Halifax-based business of architectural masons, Mallinson
and Healey, a company which specialised in churches.
The money to build this church came in the main from William Walker who in 1775 also rebuilt the
nearby properties of Crow Nest and Cliff Hill, which formed the large part of his ancestral home and
estate. Not only did he donate money to building the church, but also provided much of the wood for
the roof, which came from northern Russia, at all three properties.
The only remaining piece of the original 1529 church had been placed in the 1775 church, and was
removed from there and put in the belfry of the tower when it was demolished in the late 1960s.
Clear pathways hardly any shrubs and grass
that was still manageable
The Rear View of the Church c: 1925
The church frontage – note all the flat
headstones which are all clearly visible
From the top of Stoney Lane – note the cottages on the left –
it was here some of you may recall was where the two
milk delivery ladies lived - c1959
The Funeral Ham Tea…where else but
across the road at the Sun Inn
This photograph was taken just after King
George V Park was opened in 1911
King George V Park was land that
was given by Sir Algernon Firth of
T.F.Firth’s Carpet Manufacturing
Company at Bailiff Bridge. This
image was taken before it was
transformed into a park. On the
1850 ordnance survey map this
land is show as part of a sandstone
The depression in the land where
the children are sitting and still
visible on the 1960s photograph
where the central sunken rose
bed is. This depression was
caused through subsidence some
time after the quarry was filled
in. It was not dug out purposely
just to create the rose bed.
Only the tower remains – note the height and
thickness of the trees compared to
what they are today
Now let us look inside at both
the good and sadly the ugly
Date unknown – many of the front pews would
be named and passed down through families
Late 1950s early 1960s –
the vandals have taken over
Smashed up and neglected and quickly
becoming unsafe - it had to come down
How old is the Cemetery?
The Lightcliffe Chapel Registers of Baptisms,
Marriages and Burials commenced in 1704.
Although a licence had been granted in 1680 for
this purpose. To find the records from 1538
onwards these are in the Halifax registers and
even after 1704 some of the Lightcliffe details
were also duplicated in the Halifax records as
The first couple to be entered in the 1704
marriage register is John Wilson and Hannah
A headstone dated 1665 was found under the
old house that was removed from the side of the
church to mid way along Till Carr Lane in 1865.
This headstone displayed the name Batley which
pre-dated the burial licence which had been
issued 15 years later in 1680.
So who is interred in this cemetery?
This cemetery like all others it is where the rich and not so rich have been laid to rest –
some met their end through the natural course of time, whilst others met theirs
through the ravages of war. There are others who died in their 90s whilst there are
many children who died under the age of 10 and even more who died in infancy. There
are a number of other people in this cemetery who also died through the unexpected
including – accident, suicide and a form of plague (The Jolly Rant, a form of influenza).
SO LET US BEGIN LOOKING AT SOME OF THE RESIDENTS………………
Martha the wife of Luke Settle of Slead Sike
who departed this life March 27th 1837 aged
Also Benjamin their son who died in infancy
Also of the above Luke Settle who died
January 23rd 1863 aged 85 years
Also Jubal Settle son of the above who died
January 10th 1883 aged 65 years
Luke Settle was a blacksmith and along with John
Denham taught and encouraged Miss Susan Sykes to
sing. She was later trained by Dan Sugden of Halifax.
Following her marriage she was Mrs Susan Sunderland
and referred to as Yorkshire’s Queen of Song.
George Mackay Sutherland
Captain George Mackay Sutherland came to
Halifax as a member of the 93rd Sutherland
Highlanders. It was at a ball in Halifax where he
met Elizabeth Walker. They were married 29
October 1828 in Halifax.
Sutherland Road, Lightcliffe is named after this
b: 10.11.1798 – d: 22.4.1847
Elizabeth Mackay Sutherland (nee Walker)
Elizabeth was interred in
Alice Sophia Tudor
b: 10.11.1801 – d: 28.12.1844
Harry and Hannah Leach & Family
In loving memory of Thomas Leach who died January
21st 1898 aged 53 years.
Also Tom and Emma the infant children of John and
Also of Walter son of the above Thomas Leach who
died June 19th 1880, aged 23 years.
Also of Amelia daughter of the above who died May
29th 1899, aged 44 years.
Also of Walter Reginald their son who died December
30th 1896 aged 4 years and 9 months.
Also of Alice the beloved daughter of Harry and
Hannah Leach who died August 13th 1901, aged 10
Also of George Leach son of the above who died in
New Brunswick (New Jersey) USA, June 15th 1903
aged 58 years.
Also Ellen the beloved wife of Thomas Leach who
died March 22nd 1906 aged 80 years.
In affectionate remembrance of Sam the
beloved husband Matilda Elizabeth Naylor of
‘Oak Mount’ (Sutherland Road) Lightcliffe,
who died May 30th 1939.
Also Matilda Elizabeth wife of the above who
died July 18th 1955 aged 85 years.
Also Mary Naylor daughter of the above who
died February 4th 1991 aged 89 years.
Jonathan Smallwood & Family
In loving memory of Jonathan
Smallwood of Roydlands Farm,
Hipperholme who died September
2nd 1916 in his 73rd year.
Also Frances wife of the above who
died August 13rg 1915 in her 72nd
Also of Edith daughter of the above
who died in her infancy.
Also James son of
Jonathan and Frances who
was killed in action in
Belgium on July 31st 1917
aged 32 years whilst
serving with the Grenadier
Guards and was buried in
Ypres. He was their second
Lord Mayor of Bradford Mark Dawson JP
Bradford Town Hall - Foundation Stone - 10th
Mark Dawson resided at a house called
Woodside, Wood Lane, Hipperholme where he
died in 1884. This property is now split into two
dwellings East and West Woodside.
In loving memory of Elizabeth the
dear wife of Mark Dawson of
Dunham Massey Cheshire born
8th April 1818 died: 9th October
In loving memory of Elizabeth
widow of Mark Dawson JP born:
22nd April 1834 died: 2nd
In loving memory of Mark
Dawson of Dunham Massey
Cheshire born: 27th January 1819
died: 19th February 1884. For
some years he was Church
Warden of this Parish, a Trustee
and President Governor
Of Hipperholme Grammar School
an Alderman and for two years
1869 – 1871 Mayor of the
Borough of Bradford
Samuel Lord Watkinson
Sacred to the beloved
Samuel Lord Watkinson
who departed this life
March 31st 1915, aged
Also his wife Annie
Samuel Lord Watkinson, [1874-1915] Son of George Watkinson
He lived at The Grange, Lightcliffe. He was a member of the West Riding County Council.
In 1909, he married Annie Charteris [b 1871] in Halifax.
Children: (1) William Edward Charteris (2) son; (3) Violet Corrie who married [1936?]
Rodney Frances Turner of Derbyshire.
On 8th February 1911, he gave £3,000 for the erection of the tower, the completion of
the bells, and the provision of a clock at St Matthew’s Northowram. Using figures for
average earnings, £3,000 in 1911 is roughly the equivalent of £1,190,000 today.
In his will, he left bequests to Lightcliffe Parish Church, the Royal Halifax Infirmary, St
Matthew’s Church, Northowram, and the Halifax Tradesmen’s Benevolent Institution.
In memory of three daughters of William Tate, bearing the date 1772
Within this silent tomb lies Slumbering here
The dust of these three children dear
Free from all pains, pride, malice and sedition
Happy are they that be in this condition
In memory of Betty daughter of Isaac Longbottom of Lightcliffe,
Freemason 1775 aged 5 years 6 months 11 days
Short was my stay here
Sleeps my dust
My better part joyns
Consort with the just
In memory of Betty, daughter of Thomas and Martha Hartley of Bradford,
who died July 23rd 1818, aged 12 days
Blest lovely babe, just for a moment given
To weep on earth and then returns to heaven
Alfred Ripley - Midshipman RN
The foundering of
HMS Captain on the
7th Sept 1870 when
Burgoyne V.C. Capt.
Cowper Coles C.B.
with 49 officers and
402 men and boys
perished off Cape
Finisterre in the
service of their
country. The names
are recorded on
brasses in St Paul's
Cathedral – only 18
members of the
To the memory of Alfred Ripley, Midshipman
RN, youngest son of Henry W. Ripley Esq.,
who was drowned in the 18th year of his age in
HMS Captain when that ship capsized in the
Bay of Biscay on the night of September 6th
1870. This monument is erected as an
expression of affectionate regret by the officers
of HMS Royal Oak in which he served for 2½
years from which he exchanged four days
before his death.
I WILL BRING MY PEOPLE AGAIN FROM THE
DEPTHS OF THE SEA
The memorial paid for by
the officers of HMS Royal
Oak was originally erected
in Lightcliffe near Halifax.
When the family moved to
Bedstone, South Shropshire
in 1879 the memorial was
taken with them and
erected in Bedstone Church
at the east end of the south
wall of the Nave
The late Abraham Turner died at his home ‘Rose Mount’, Leeds Road
Hipperholme on the 25th June 1903 in his 76th year and was one of the
oldest public servants in the district. He was born in Gardener’s
Square of humble parentage, but by his perseverance and a natural
business aptitude he raised himself up to a position of comparative
affluence. His public work began in the 1860s. He went on to be a
member of the Hipperholme Local Board and when the Hipperholme
Urban District was formed he was appointed its Vice Chairman. He
was a founder member of the Hipperholme Conservative Association
and was a churchwarden at Lightcliffe Parish Church.
The Opening of Hipperholme Town Hall 1899
Abraham Turner will be amongst this crowd at the opening ceremony
Revered William Gurney
In loving memory of Reverend William Gurney MA
For 50 years a faithful Minister of Christ and 29 years the devoted Pastor of Lightcliffe
Chapelry in the County of York who died the 28th day of August 1869 aged 73 years
‘Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace, Whose Mind is Staved on thee;
Because He Trusteth in Thee (Isaiah XXV1.27) ‘Whose Faith Follows’ (Hebrews X111.7)
And of Harriet B. Gurney his Wife who died January 12th 1881 aged 77 years.
William (Willie) Brooke
In loving memory of
William Brooke who was
accidentally killed on the
railway at Lightcliffe,
August 28th 1903 aged 39
Also Annie his wife who
died January 31st 1905
aged 38 years.
In loving memory of
Norman the second
beloved son of William
and Annie Brooke who
died April 10th 1896 aged
The Brooke Family
Miss Edith Sutcliffe (25yrs)
married Newton Brooke (41
yrs). Life was difficult for
Mrs Brooke and whilst she
and her sons are in
Lightcliffe Cemetery Newton
Brooke is in Heywood
Chapel Cemetery with his
Left to right : John ; Edward and
William Brooke all are in the family
grave with their mother and
Edward’s wife Margaret
William Aspinall Newton Brooke
William Aspinall Newton Brooke
was named after his father Newton
and uncle Aspinall (who lived at
Fenny House at the bottom of Kirk
Lane). Here he is with his parents
and brother Edward at Repton
School on the day of his graduation.
Just part of the Brooke’s empire
which was started c1840 by
Newton’s father Joseph. Following
the untimely death of Willie his
eldest son Newton took overall
control of the company. Over a
period of time and the patent of
the first nonslip flag in 1898 the
company grew far beyond their
Dr. Middleton and Isabella Scales
In loving memory of Isabella Scales of ‘Woodlands’ Bailiffe Bridge who died August
11th 1902 aged 76 years.
Also of Mary Jane the beloved daughter of the above who died
March 6th 1915 aged 61 years.
Also of Middleton Scales the beloved son of the above who died
May 10th 1922 aged 63 years.
Teacher and Master at Bailiffe Bridge school from 1879 to 1922
Thy Will Be Done
Squire and Mary Ingham
Squire and Mary Jane Ingham lived at the
house indicated on the above photograph.
I have never seen a photograph of this couple
but I do recall people telling me over 40 years
ago that Squire used to keep chickens in his
front room and was something of a local and
In loving memory of Squire
Ingham who died November 26th
1913, aged 67 years
Also of Mary Jane, wife of the
above who died January 15th
1918, aged 67 years
First World War Casualties
Private R. B. Brownrigg MT. ASC
who died March 7th 1918 aged
Private Arthur Rushworth 2nd
West Yorkshire Regiment,
(Prince of Wales Own) killed in
action on the Somme August
17th 1916. Son of the late
Thomas Rushworth and of
Rachel Emmett (formerly
Rushworth), of 12, The Marsh,
Pier and Face 2 A 2 C and 2 D
Frank Newsome eldest soon of
William Richard Newsome killed in
France November 11th 1914 aged
Also Charlie the third son of the
above killed in action in France July
1st 1916 (Battle of the Somme) aged
Private Edward Schofield Service
No. 4042, 1st 4th Duke of
Wellington’s West Riding Regiment
died from wounds in France – Grave
Ref II. A. 71.
ETAPLES MILITARY CEMETERY
Husband of Frances Schofield, of I,
Hoyle's Buildings, Bailey Hall Bank,
Halifax he is remembered on his
grandparents family grave.
Private Leonard Sucksmith
Service No. 260076 South
Wales Borderers Depot –
died 26 November 1920 aged
22 years Grave Ref:G27 – son
of William and Elizabeth
Sucksmith, St Giles Road
Corporal Joe Willie Shaw 3rd
Provisional Company Special
Brigade RE. He was born
September 25th 1891 gassed at
Fricourt, France died at
Woodland Hospital Southport
on October 8th 1916.
HE ANSWERED THE CALL – He
was employed at T.F.Firth’s
Private Billy John Kendall
No. 25116350 Prince of
Wales Own Regiment of
died 19th July 2003 son of
Kenny and Cath Kendall –
cause of death not listed.
In the memory of Joseph Naylor of
Lightcliffe who served for 24 years 315
days in the 8th Dragoon Guards born
September 13th 1824 – died January 10th
This stone was erected by admirers of
the above including members of the Boys
Brigade and the boys of Lightcliffe
National School as a memento faithful
Service tendered to the country during
the Crimean campaign especially at the
battles Balaclava, Inkerman and the Siege
Here is the interred body of Mary, the mother of Colonel
Joshua Guest of Lidgate, in Lightcliffe who departed this life
the 10th September 1729 aged 88 years.
Also of Joshua ye son of ye above said departed this life
August 1750 aged 63 years .
Also Mary his wife who departed this life August 1761 aged
Also of Sammy the son of Joshua Smith of Hove Edge who
died 20th July 1777, aged 42 years
The Mann Family
The Mann family lived in Wakefield Road at Mann’s Farm, all that remains of this
property is the cottage at the junction of Wakefield Road and Ripley Street. Members
of this family interred in this cemetery can be dated back to a William Mann whose
son Thomas of Lightcliffe departed this life in 1696. There is no age for Thomas at the
time of his death but his father William died in 1719 aged 47 years, so his birthday
date was 1672. William and his wife Mary had 14 children.
Further details of this farm can be found on the Crow Nest Sale Catalogue of 1867
In 1881 T.F.Firth’s opened a factory in America and
invited workers from Bailiff Bridge to go to America
to help establish the business. Those that went the
company offered to set them up in new homes in
USA. Those that went and returned home just
carried on as they did before working at Bailiff
Bridge. One of those that stayed was a
Mr Shuttleworth who made his new home in USA
and is where his descendants still live.
In loving memory of Susannah
the beloved wife of William
Shuttleworth Wright of Bailiffe
Bridge who died March 29th
1893 aged 68 years.
MANY ARE THE AFFLICTIONS
OF THE RIGHTEOUS, BUT THE
LORD DELIVERETH THEM OUT
OF THEM ALL
Also of the above named
William Shuttleworth Wright
born 28th October 1827 – died
February 24th 1902
Also their son John James
their son and the beloved
husband of Frances Wright
who died December 27th 1916
aged 57 years
SAFE HOME AT LAST
PC John Stennett was the Lightcliffe community
policeman during the late 1940s until his retirement
in 1951. At almost at the end of his service he was
injured whilst on duty which I understand brought
forward his premature retirement. I was told
although not officially his injuries played a part in his
death in 1954. His widow Marion was also interred in
this grave in 2004
The Lee Family
After the 1867 sale of the Crow Nest Estate a
certain James Lee of Hipperholme (Died:
November 22nd 1906 aged 91 yrs) bought a
parcel of land which formed a triangle
between the present Pizza Restaurant at the
cross roads and the bottom of Kirk Lane which
then came to a point at Towngate. It is
through this family that we have the property
known as Lee’s Buildings which was built on
part of the land James Lee purchased.
In these two photographs we see
Alfred Lee’s cart being put to a
community use. Whereas it would be
normally be used in the course of his
haulage and house moving business.
A number of graves in the cemetery
represent the Lee family from 1842
through to 1921
James Lee & Sons - 1878
It was this James Lee who purchased land from the Crow Nest
Estate auction of 1867. This land is what we now know as
The property on the right is Arcade
Buildings and was some of the property
built on the land James Lee purchased in
1867. The new tramcar extension from
Stump Cross through Hipperholme and on
to Brighouse was opened in 1904 . This
photograph is dated c:1910
Arcade Buildings businesses & residents 1906:
2. Fred Lee (James Lee & Sons, tanners)
3. Mrs Mary Stocks
4. Mrs Margaret Travis
5. Moses Hartley (monumental mason)
6. John E. Casson
7. John Naylor (general broker and office)
8. Stephen Smith (decorator & paperhanger)
9. Benjamin Swale (fish and fruit salesman)
10. Walter Drake (shoemaker and clogger)
11. Thomas Bowes (tea dealer &
Note the difference in tree size in
this recent photograph
James and Hannah Walker of Lidgate
This branch of the Walker family lived
at Lidgate, Lightcliffe (near the railway
bridge) and Hannah Walker was
responsible for the mine shaft in the
grounds of Lightcliffe Scouts. She was
also responsible for further mining in
Bottom Hall along side the stream on
the Bailiff Bridge side
In memory of James Walker of
Lidgate who departed this life
on March 25th
1827 aged 54 years.
Afflictions sore long time hew
Physicians were in vain
But death gave ease when God did
And freed him from his pain
Also Hannah relict of the above
named James Walker who
departed this life
October 17th 1855 aged 84 years
Slowly her earthly frame decayed
Her end was long in sight
Nor was her steady soul afraid
To take its awful flight
There were numerous people interred in the Lightcliffe cemetery during
1700/ 1800s who are shown as living at German House, sometimes
referred to Upper German House. This is not to be confused with Lower
German House which today is known as ‘Ladywell’. The property takes its
name from the Moravians who settled there and at Smith House following
an invitation from Mrs Elizabeth Holmes.
The Moravians originated from Bohemia and came to Lightcliffe in 1742
staying at Smith House and at the above property hence the name of this
German House was for many years the home of Calvert’s Plumbers but in
recent years has been developed into multi-occupation.
This property is Slead Hall (opposite Kershaw’s Nursery) Generations
of this family are all at Lightcliffe cemetery in the 1700/1800s. This
photograph is dated 1884 and is the George Hepworth book
‘Brighouse Its scenery and Its Antiquities’ a rare book where only 108
were originally printed
Shaw Hardcastle and Elizabeth Hardcastle
Shaw Hardcastle was born in Berry Brow Almondbury Huddersfield in
1868 and died at his home in Bramley Lane Hipperholme in 1941. In 1895
he married Eliz Ann Armitage both are in Lightcliffe Cemetery. They had
1. Phyllis Isabel Hardcastle, b. 1897, Huddersfield, d. 1978, Shenfield,
2. Sydney Hardcastle, b. 1899, Huddersfield, d. 1983, Crossland Moor
3. George Douglas Hardcastle, b. 1901, Huddersfield, d. 1965, Unknown.
4. Eric Hardcastle, b. 1903, Huddersfield, d. 1956, Unknown
5. Fred Hardcastle, b. 1905, Huddersfield, d. 1968, Unknown.
6. Geoffrey Hardcastle, b. 1907, Huddersfield, d. 1956, Unknown.
In 1941 Mr Hardcastle left an estate valued at £41,547.16.10 equivalent
to £1,600,000 in 2008
The Crescent, Hipperholme
In this street, which was originally built as rented properties in the 1860s, the
residents had to have meetings on a regular basis. Minutes from some of those
meetings still exist today. In 1913 a young girl who lived in one of the houses
committed suicide by taking poison and she was interred at Lightcliffe
John Shillito was born in Upper Brear Northowram in 1832, he was educated at the local
Mechanics Institute. At the age of 10 he started work at the Halifax Industrial Society. In 1883 he
was a Company Director of the CWS and was the Chairman from 1895 – 1915.
He was keenly interested in geographical research, and became a Fellow of the Royal
Geographical Society. He entertained Captain Scott at Balloon Street, Manchester, shortly before
the explorer's tragic journey to the South Pole.
He was married four times and had six children. In the Lightcliffe grave with John is his first,
second and fourth wife - he divorced his third wife .
When the CWS celebrated its Golden Jubilee, 1863 to 1913, it issued a medal with the face of
John Shillito displayed on one side .
Memorable Family Names
In memory of Osbert the son of Wigglesworth and Sarah Hanson of Lightcliffe
who departed this life January 23rd 1853, 3 years. Also the above named
Wigglesworth Hanson who died December 19th 1889 aged 67 years.
Sacred to the memory of Sabina the daughter of John and Rachel Sykes.
Gardener of Harley Head who departed this life January 8th 1828 aged 6 weeks.
In memory of Ann the wife of Midgley Marsden of Hove Edge who died (No
details). Also Ann the daughter of Midgley and Mary Jane Marsden of Hove Edge
who died April 6th 1886 aged 19 years
In loving memory of Joshua Sunderland who died November 22nd 1912 aged
76 years. Also Martha widow of the above who died November 25th 1913
aged 74 years. Also Lavinia the wife of Hartwell Jagger and daughter of the
above who died July28th 1898 aged 31 years
Sacred to the memory of Henry Rhodes born September 12th 1817 and fell asleep
in Jesus October 4th 1883. Be ye also ready. Also of Dinah Ann wife of the above
who died January 12th 1906 aged 72 years. Thy will be done…
Just some of the more unusual first names given to children of this period
and were obviously popular at that time.
Old Home House Wakefield Road
The Armytage family of Lightcliffe lived at what is described as ‘Old Home House’ in
Parker’s 1904 book ‘Rambles from Hipperholme to Tong’.
Age Yr Born Yr Death
Relation to Head of Family
First name on monument of Mary Armytage
Husband of Mary Armytage
Daughter of Mary Armytage
Son of Mary Armytage
Second wife of Mary Armytage
Daughter of Mary Armytage
George Armytage in his will left everything to his eldest son and nothing to his wife
except one or two cases of the best Port in the house cellar – BUT – if she remarried that
In the London Gazette of April 1904 – it
shows that George Armytage senior of
Home House, Lightcliffe was a bankrupt
following his carding business closing. It
also states that this George Armytage of
Field House, Lightcliffe (lived at this house
from 1874 to 1904) was also declared
bankrupt. The notice in the London Gazette
refers to claims against the estate.
Age Yr Born Yr Death
Relation to Head of Family
Name unknown wife of George Armytage
Head of Family
This family has a present day connection – the daughter of the above is a Mary Armytage b: 1846 d: 1911
who married James Holdsworth Titterington on the 13 April 1870 in Halifax Parish Church and the name
Titterington family lives on of course and for many years Alan and Noreen and their family lived in
Wakefield Road, Lightcliffe
Here lies the body of Elizabeth Mallinson the wife of Edward
Mallinson of Hove Edge who died the 27th July 1789 in the 51st year
of her age.
In mental abilities exceeded by few, in industry by none, no
wonder then that she did most good, and that many lamented her
loss. Faults she had some and several frailties, or she would have
been more than woman. Bulslop, Emry, Maliee, hold thy hand nor
dare to sake for them, amongst her scared ashes in this awful
hallowed place, but let them rest with her in the dust
unmentioned and unmollested till that tremendous day, when she
must give an account to her impartial judge, to whom alone she is
accountable and when her good actions rush upon thy memory.
The Northend Family
Generations of this family are interred in
Lightcliffe Cemetery from the late 1800s. Some
may recall that the Northend’s has this corner
shop at Hipperholme for many years and were
popular members of the Hipperholme community
Let us all hope that the new ‘Friends of St Matthew’s Old
Churchyard ‘ group keep going and bring back the old
cemetery to its once former glory – maybe with a little bit of
your help as well.
The End – Thank you