|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|51||Hustler||William Hustler Hustler||1866||61||1927||id: 0021|
|Maude Francis Hustler||1870||57||1927|
|52||Isherwood||Alberta Isherwood||1895||14||1909||id: 0050|
|210637||190||4||Dear sister to Arnold, William and Marie. Daughter of Sir Joseph William and Lady Annie Mary Isherwood.|
|Arnold Isherwood||1893||21||1914||Dear brother to Alberta, William and Marie. Son of Sir Joseph William and Lady Annie Mary Isherwood.|
|Joseph Isherwood||1937||First Baron of Raggleswood, Sir Joseph William Isherwood. Married Annie Mary Fleetham of the Headland, Hartlepool. They had four children: Arnold, Alberta, William (the Second Baron of Raggleswood) and Marie. Arnold and Alberta are buried with Joseph at St Mary's, West Acklam, whilst William is buried with his mother, Annie Mary, at St Luke's, Bromley, Kent. Sir Joseph died at his London home, Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London W1. The Isherwood's Baronetcy name was provided from their country residence, the original Raggleswood House, located in Chislehurst, Kent. This is retained throughout various photographs by the Chislehurst Society and notably, the ariel view of the house taken in 1935, just prior to Sir Joseph's death. His eminent career is well mapped and recorded within various publications. He remains a well respected man, international naval architect, husband and father. His memory lives on through his contributions to naval research and through his assistance to government, notably during the First World War and in liaison with the Prime Minister, Stanley Baldwin. Sir Joseph's patents and designs were tested in liaison with the government at the National Physics Laboratory (NPL) Teddington. His family remain proud of his contributions towards naval technology advancement, all around the world. The Isherwood Hall at St. Mary’s was commissioned after Alberta and Arnold’s early passing, by Sir Joseph & Lady Annie Mary. The Hall was purposely built in the Arts & Crafts style. During this period, the family were living in Middlesbrough, whilst Joseph was building his first ship with the local firm Craggs. In addition, and after Alberta’s death, Sir Joseph & Lady Annie presented St Mary’s with a silver chalice, paten and wafer box, in her dear memory. In the family’s honour and memory, various plaques and tablets are visible at St Mary’s church and hall. Sir Joseph’s career stands as a testament to a great man.|
|53||Jones||Sarah Alice Jones||1956||id: 0012||210600||127|
|54||Kellett||Margaret Isabella Kellett||1852||id: 0079||210661||156|
|Thomas Alfred Kellett||1855||1||1856|
|55||Learmont||Adam Learmont||1765||31||1796||id: 0102||210681||139|
|56||Lofthouse||John Lofthouse||id: 0098||210677||162||2|
|57||Malthouse||Edward Malthouse||1759||58||1817||id: 0070||210654||144|
|58||Milburn||Hannah Milburn||1787||63||1850||id: 0080||210662||78|
|Jane Milburn||Interred at St Hildas Middlesbrough|
|Hannah Milburn||1850||1||1851||late of Fryup|
|Hannah Elizabeth Milburn||1855||6||1861||Interred at St Hildas Middlesbrough|
|59||Neale||Eric Neale||id: 0092||210671||142|
|60||Newhouse||Elizabeth Newhouse||1872||67||1939||id: 0013|
|61||Norman||Mary Norman||1736||63||1799||id: 0065||210649||102||5|
|62||Norman||Robert Norman||1759||47||1806||id: 0064||210648||138||1|
|63||Oliver||Ann Oliver||1780||65||1845||id: 0097||210676||128|
|64||Parkinson||J R S Parkinson||1911||id: 0048||210635||137||Priest|
|65||Pauls||Hilda Bernadine Pauls||1860||1||1861||id: 0049||210636||91||1|
|Reems Voo Pauls||The name is Reempt Uvo Pauls and close inspection of the photo shows he and his wife Jane Margaret are only mentioned and are not intered there.|
|Jane Margaret Pauls|
|Amelia Elizabeth Pauls|
|66||Pinkney||Richard Pinkney||1834||41||1875||id: 0027||210615||103||died at Acklam Hall|
|67||Rees||Geraldine Anne Rees||1940||id: 0093||210672||117|
|68||Richardson||Mary Richardson||1810||80||1890||id: 0009||210597||107||2||Died at Stockton|
|69||Robinson||James Robinson||1870||39||1909||id: 0068||210652||139||1|
|70||Robinson||Mary Robinson||1735||73||1808||id: 0103||210682||82|
|Thomas Robinson||1736||84||1820||of Marsh House|
|71||Robinson||William Robinson||1820||72||1892||id: 0005||210594||131|
|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|72||Row||John Carter Row||1848||25||1873||id: 0034||210622||123|
|73||Scoby-Smith||George Scoby-Smith||1848||81||1929||id: 0024||210612||156||4|
|Harriet Coates Scoby-Smith||1850||82||1932|
|74||Scupham||Ann Scupham||1845||51||1896||id: 0003||210592||132|
|75||Scupham||Pattie Doreen Scupham||1908||1||1909||id: 0002||210591||124||1|
Grave Monument Photographs
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