|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|26||Bower||Thomas Bower||1763||76||1839||id: 9566||248288||83||2|
|27||Bower||William Bower||id: 9566||248289||44||1|
|28||Bowes||Hannah Bowes||1855||28||1883||id: 9482||248193||38||1|
|John Bell Bowes||1883||0||1883|
|29||Bowes||Joseph Bowes||id: 9576||248300||51||d !8??? - Bowes or Boyes|
|30||Boyes||Esther Boyes||1845||46||1891||id: 9506||248220||61|
|31||Boyes||John Boyes||1918||id: 9651||248396||48||1||WW1 Memorial plaque|
|32||Boyes||Thomas Boyes||id: 9565||248287||42||1||d 17??? - Surname and DoD indistinct|
|33||Briggs||Mary Briggs||1784||18||1802||id: 9632||248353||32|
|34||Briggs||Thomas Briggs||1731||79||1810||id: 9634||248356||24||DoD and age indistinct|
|35||Briggs||Thomas Briggs||1782||22||1804||id: 9633||248354||72|
|36||Britton||William Britton||1844||48||1892||id: 9524||248241||81||2||William Britton was actually born in 1842 so this is a case where the age on the stone is slightly inaccurate. He and his wife ran a pub (I think it was called The Rose)in Pickering which she continued to run on her own after his death. They had no children of their own but seem to have brought up one of his nieces as their own child following the death of her mother (his sister).|
|37||Brough||Hannah Brough||1801||80||1881||id: 9546||248265||60||1|
|38||Brown||Harriot E Brown||1863||21||1884||id: 9488||248200||39|
|39||Brown||John Brown||1802||33||1835||id: 9580||248303||43||of Heworth; Newcastle on Tyne. Agent to the Whitby and Pickering Railway.|
|40||Burn||Arthur V Burn||1918||id: 9651||248397||30||WW1 Memorial plaque|
|41||Burn||Stephen Burn||1758||66||1824||id: 9485||248197||90||2|
|42||Carter||Harry Carter||1918||id: 9651||248398||74||WW1 Memorial plaque|
|43||Cass||Alfred Cass||1918||id: 9651||248399||74||WW1 Memorial plaque|
|44||Champney||Francis Champney||1779||60||1839||id: 9627||248347||48||2||Died at Borrowby near Thirsk|
|45||Chapman||Watson Chapman||1854||46||1900||id: 9535||248252||67|
|46||Coates||Mary Hannah Coates||1857||6||1863||id: 9614||248332||59||2|
|47||Coates||William Lamb Coates||1827||82||1909||id: 9615||248334||54||3||of Blansby Park|
|48||Cook||John Cook||1723||77||1800||id: 9560||248280||52||DoD indistinct|
|Kezia Cook||1727||67||1794||DoD indistinct|
|49||Cooke||Cecil F Cooke||1918||id: 9651||248401||26||WW1 Memorial plaque|
|50||Cooke||E E Julian Cooke||1918||id: 9651||248400||38||WW1 Memorial plaque|
Grave Monument Photographs
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The postcode for this burial ground is YO18 7BE - if you have a GPS this might be useful to locate this burial ground!
The view statistics shown above are from 8 Jan 2014 when collection of these statistics started.