|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|26||Peck||Henry Peck||1789||37||1826||no image||419089||1087|
|27||Peck||Robert Peck||1896||no image||419092||1088||d 1896?|
|28||Ramorth||Richard Ramorth||1719||55||1774||no image||419087||1083||Afore disease my life did tease; that wore my strength away; And sent me to eternal rest; That never can decay.|
|29||Ramorth||Richard Ramorth||1715||67||1782||no image||419082||1083|
|30||Sharrad||Ann Sharrad||84||no image||419080||1129||1||age 84?|
|31||Sharrad||Henrietta Sharrad||1815||no image||419090||1097||d 1815?|
|32||Sharrad||Mary Ann Sharrad||no image||419091||1101|
|33||Sharrad||William Sharrad||1669||49||1718||no image||419086||1114||of Knoston|
|34||Spence||Horace Spence||1916||no image||419102||1084||War memorial 1914-1924|
|35||Spence||William Charles Spence||1918||no image||419105||1076||War memorial 1914-1927|
|36||Straker||Alfred Hassall Straker||1860||64||1924||no image||419107||1120||2||Sixth son of John Straker of Stagshaw Northumberland. Married Mary daughter of Richard Christopher Naylor of Hopton Cheshire and Kelmarsh Northamptonshire. He was killed by a fall from his horse when hunting with the Cottesmore hounds on 9 December 1924|
|37||Straker||Mary Straker||1948||no image||419106||1145||of Knossington Grange; lies with her husband at Stagshaw Chapel|
|38||Stubber||Adele Hamilton Stubber||no image||419085||1138|
|39||Sutton||Ed Sutton||no image||419072||1095||Memorial to Men of the 4th Parachute Brigade stationed at The Grange; Knossington who left the village 18 September 1944 to take part in the Battle of Arnhem and who made the supreme scrifice|
|40||Tanner||C Philip Tanner||1916||no image||419100||1089||War memorial 1914-1922|
|41||Tanner||Charles Philip Tanner||1894||22||1916||no image||419067||1100||Sub-Lieutenant HMS Indefatigable KIA in the Battl;e of Jutland ond son of Rev GA Tanner|
|Ga Tanner||Second son of GA Tanner|
|42||Tanner||George Alfred Tanner||1914||no image||419066||1088|
|43||Walker||Joseph Leslie Walker||1940||no image||419093||1091||In memoriam 1939-45|
|44||Wartnaby||Thomas Wartnaby||1768||77||1845||no image||419064||1083|
|45||Wattam||C Wattam||no image||419073||1088||Memorial to Men of the 4th Parachute Brigade stationed at The Grange; Knossington who left the village 18 September 1944 to take part in the Battle of Arnhem and who made the supreme scrifice|
|46||Wheat||George H Wheat||1915||no image||419097||1071||War memorial 1914-1919|
|47||Whyte||G Whyte||no image||419079||1070||Memorial to Men of the 4th Parachute Brigade stationed at The Grange; Knossington who left the village 18 September 1944 to take part in the Battle of Arnhem and who made the supreme scrifice|
|48||Wright||Wh Wright||no image||419078||1087|
Grave Monument Photographs
Above are the names that appear on the photographs or records held by the GPR for St Peter's Church burial ground, Knossington, Rutland, England.
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The view statistics shown above are from when the cemetery was added on 29 September 2014.