|no.||family surname||full name||birth|
|201||Sharpe||Henry Sharpe||1804||75||1879||id: DSCF0306||508055||1095|
|Elizabeth Brayne Sharpe||1801||51||1852||d 1852?|
|202||Sharpe||Mary Ann Sharpe||1804||64||1868||id: DSCF0307||508056||1105||Second wife|
|203||Shaw||Mary Shaw||1776||30||1806||id: DSCF0295||508045||1091|
|204||Shepherd||E M Shepherd||id: DSCF0121||507943||1078||Second World War Memorial for the Warwickshire Yeomanry|
|205||Shuckburgh||Charles Shuckburgh||1722||51||1773||id: DSCF0151||507974||1106||Baronet. Late of Upper Shuckburgh in the County of Warwickshire.|
|Richard Shuckburgh||1729||43||1772||Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Regiment of Footguards|
|206||Simmons||F A Simmons||id: DSCF0121||507944||1078||Second World War Memorial for the Warwickshire Yeomanry|
|207||Smith||N T H Smith||id: DSCF0121||507945||1076||Second World War Memorial for the Warwickshire Yeomanry|
|208||Snell||W G N Snell||id: DSCF0121||507946||1091||Second World War Memorial for the Warwickshire Yeomanry|
|209||Southam||Sarah Southam||1705||19||1724||id: DSCF0014||507863||1088|
|210||Standart||Elizabeth Standart||1829||no image||507973||1075|
|211||Standish||John Standish||1763||63||1826||id: DSCF0375||508102||1100|
|212||Stanton||M Stanton||id: DSCF0013||507862||1078||JP. This could not be photographed properly because of a stone in front. The date 1904 is visible but the window needs to be seen to be interpreted properly.|
|213||Stanton||Samuel William Stanton||1837||66||1903||id: DSCF0327||508073||1089||d 1903?|
|214||Staunton||Gulielmi (william) Staunton||1848||id: DSCF0073||507874||1094||30 years organist of this church “A Brief Description of the Collegiate Church and Choir of St Mary” contains translations of the Latin memorials|
|Elizabethae (elizabeth) Staunton||1839|
|215||Staunton||Gulielmus (william) Staunton||1805||55||1860||id: DSCF0071||507872||1080||Second son The whole inscription is in Latin A Brief Description of the Collegiate Church and Choir of St Mary contains translations of the Latin memorials|
|Gulielmi (william) Staunton||of Longbridge|
|Elizabethae (elizabeth) Staunton|
|216||Staunton||Johnannis (john) Staunton||id: DSCF0069||507871||1089||Armiger (has the right to a coat of arms) of Longbridge in this parish and Wolverton in this county. Date of death in Latin 1788 (I think) The whole inscription is in Latin “A Brief Description of the Collegiate Church and Choir of St Mary” contains translations of the Latin memorials|
|Gullelmi (william) Grove||of the city of Coventry armiger (has the right to a coat of arms)|
|Hannam (hannah) Staunton||possibly daughters of John|
|Mariam (mary) Staunton||possibly daughters of John|
|Elizabetha (elizabeth) Staunton||Date of death in latin 1778 (I think)|
|217||Stone||A Stone||id: DSCF0155||507980||1236||First Battalion of the Warwickshire Regiment Number 835. Died of wounds received in action on the Mohmand Expedition|
|218||Strong||S Strong||id: DSCF0121||507947||1074||Second World War Memorial for the Warwickshire Yeomanry|
|219||Sullivan||Kevin Richard Frederick Sullivan||1982||id: DSCF0096||507886||1102||Lost his life on board HMS Shepherd in the Falklands. Brass refers to flower stands given to the church in his memory|
|220||Taylor||E Taylor||id: DSCF0121||507948||1082||Second World War Memorial for the Warwickshire Yeomanry|
|221||Thurnham||Thomas Thurnham||1759||41||1800||id: DSCF0275||508027||1091|
|222||Thursby||A E Thursby||1902||id: DSCF0175||507992||1091||5th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment (1st Warwickshire Militia). Died at Sutherland , Cape Colony of enteric fever.|
|223||Tibbeley?||John Tibbeley?||1783||64||1847||id: DSCF0355||508090||1095|
|Sarah Tibbeley?||1787||84||1871||age 84?|
|224||Tibbitts||John Tibbitts||1826||65||1891||id: DSCF0120||507901||1093||M.D. The marble pavement and altar rail are dedicated by his widow and children|
|225||Tims||Maria Tims||1855||34||1889||id: DSCF0384||508111||1086|
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