St Wilfrids Church burial ground
St Wilfrids Church burial ground, Alford
Notes about this burial ground
The church is over 650 years old and is in a prominent position set rather high above street level in the charming wolds market town of Alford. There is a small room over the south porch called the Parvis Room. It was used as the first Alford Grammar School. One of the pupils who attended was said to be John Smith who was later saved from death by Pocahontas and also became Virginia’s first governor. The Church is well polished and scrupulously clean, with a light and bright appearance.
The GPR holds 165 grave and 197 person records for this burial ground.
J Hobson photographed this burial ground
The status of the photographing of this burial ground is complete.
There have been 20 requests for photographs from this burial ground.
The latest details for this burial ground were added on 29 July 2013
Grave Monument Photographs
Below are the names that appear on the photographs or records held by the GPR for St Wilfrids Church burial ground, Alford, Lincolnshire, England.
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The ages given on monuments are often incorrect and so dates of birth should be consided as probable rather than actual. Please also note that all ages and dates of birth in red have been calculated and are not on the monument.
The postcode for this burial ground is LN13 9EG - if you have a GPS this might be useful to locate this burial ground!
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