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St Martins Church
A close up of stephen Wraight's gravestone. He was the Head gardener at Enbrook and lived at Enbrook Lodge with his family prior to his death in 1882
A close up on the gravestone of Thomas H Francis a draper of Sandgate
A gravestone for Martha Dewdney who died at Sandgate 5th June 1870
Caroline Maltby the wife of John Hugh Maltby and mother of John Flower Maltby died 15th June 1955
John Hugh Maltby, the Managing Director of the motor Works J H Maltby ltd, father of Alfred Maltby
Katherine F Ellis aged 91 of Beach Cottage, (3 Granville Road East) Sandgate died 18th May 1937
The Gravestone for Richard John Fynmore, who died 12th August 1920, at 119 Sandgate High St. He had been veery active in Sandgate, a banker, J P from 1894, Lt Col. (retired) Kent Artillery Volunteers, freemason, and local historian.
The grave of Ft Lt Alfred John Flower Maltby killed in a flying accident 21st June 1918. Alfred is commemorated on Sandgate (Civic) War Memorial, Sandgate Church and St Mary's Higher Grade School War Memorial.
The grave of Maria Cripps who lived at Farleigh House, The Esplanade, Sandgate and Cirencester, Gloucestershire
The gravestone for Arthur Henry Wickham Fynmore son of Richard John and Alice (Jenner) Fynmore
The gravestone of Eliza Humphreys, aged 58, was for many years in the employ of Mrs Bosworth as a domestic servant at 1 Radnor Cliff
The gravestone of Elizabeth and James Jago (a coastguard at Sandgate) and one of their sons Thomas Henry Jago. Thomas died. aged 46, on 26th March 1918 and is commemorated on Sandgate (Civic) War Memorial, Sandgate Church and Sandgate School War Memorial.
The gravestone of John and Margaret Fordred of Sandgate
The gravestone of John and Sarah Quested Edwards of Sandgate
The gravestone of Mary Elizabeth Smith who married Octavius Harry Smith (Mar) 1885 and they settled in Sandgate
The gravestone of Mary Woore (an unusual name) who died aged 88
The gravestone of Octavius Harry Smith who came to live in Sandgate in 1876. He was in the business of Francis & Smith afterwards becoming an auctioneer and estate agent. Fore 23 years he held a seat on the Sandgate Council. being Chairman from 1901-3. Octavius died at 3 Knoll Terrace aged 57 years.
The gravestone of Sophia and Thomas Rigden Fox. Thomas was a carpenter and builder who lived in Chapel St Sandgate
The gravestone of William Harpole and Eliza Herbert Hobbs. William was a butcher at 46 Sandgate High St.
The gravestone of William and Lydia Wilson of Hatton House, Sandgate. William was a bookseller and subsequently a stationer
The headstone of Ann Franklin who died at Sandgate, January 1871 aged 44 years
The headstone of Captain James Moddrel of the Bevenue which foundered off Sandgate on 11th November 1891
The headstone of Mary Ann, John Huggett and George Stone. George was a bootmaker in Sandgate High St
the gravestone of Mary Ann Marsh the wife of John a fishmonger of Sandgate High St