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For a map of St Mary's graveyard sections see here

Remembrance :

Remembrance of those that have served the Nation in conflict.


Remembrance in & around Prestwich


St Mary's War Graves & Memorials :

A map of war graves and memorials


A map of war graves and memorials


St Mary's Noteable Graves & Memorials :

A map of noteable graves and memorials


A map of noteable graves and memorials


A

Allen,Charles :

MP for Stroud


His father Peter, was the manager of the Manchester
Guardian, and part owned the Evening News.
Charles scored the first ever points by
Wales versus England (1884), was MP 1900-1918
and served as a Town Major (aged 53)
in the Gloucester Regt during WWI.
Died 1930.


Appleyard, Thomas :

House Joiner to Sir Thomas Egerton,the 1st Earl of Wilton of Heaton Hall


[St Mary's B2]


Aston,John :

Footballer


Man Utd Footballer


John Aston Snr Position: Full Back
Birthdate: 03-09-1921
Trainee: 01/1938.Professional: 12/1939
Years at Club: 1946-1954 Debut: 18/09/1946 v Chelsea
(H Maine Road) 1-1 (League Division One)
Played in 1948 FA Cup final win over
Blackpool. 17 England caps.
Retired from the game in 1954,
chief scout under Wilf McGuiness.
Died: 31/07/2003

B

Bannerman, James:

Home Trade Merchant and active Conservative.



Beaufort,John St Lawrence :

Postmaster of Manchester for 27 years


Manchester Postmaster

[St Mary's SOUTH]



Blenkinsop, William :

This soldier spent 36 years in the 10th (Lincs)Regiment of Foot serving & fighting in Spain, Italy,France and Malta.

Post by Alan Jennings


[St Mary's B2B]


Broadhurst, Henry Tootal :

Of Woodhill and Tootal Broadhurst & Lee Hemming manufacturers


[St Mary's SOUTH]


Woodhill


Buxton, Richard :

Botanist.


[St Mary's NORTH]


C

Collier, Thomas :

The oldest grave in St Mary's Churchyard


This grave records the deaths of the children of Thomas,
who all died between the 1st & 12th December 1641.
[St Mary's B1]


F

Fairbairn, Sir William :

Mechanical Engineer, boiler, bridge, ship and locomotive builder & inventor.


Mechnical Engineer

[St Mary's B2(B)]


Fairbairn, Mary Elleanor :

Daughter of Thomas Fairbarin. Thomas was also an Engineer, 3rd son of Sir William and later knighted & became Mayor of Leeds.



[St Mary's B2]


H

Holden, Isaac :

Architect of Prestwich Hospital.


Wellbank


Horsefield, John :

Botanist.


[St Mary's D2]


M

Mather, Sir William :

M.P. and of of Mather & Platt Ltd.


[St Mary's NS1]


McConnel, James & William & Henry :

Cotton mill owners.


Bent Hill
Bent House
Brooklands
Wellbank

Mills, Michael & Haslam :

BBC journalist, barrister, and author of Inglewood, Prestwich Park Rd South


Michael was son of Haslam.


P

Percival, James :

Botanist.


[St Mary's D2]


Percival, William :

Veteran of the Battle of Waterloo 1815.


Waterloo Veteran

[St Mary's SOUTH]


R

Roberts, Charlotte :

House Keeper to Thomas Egerton, formerly Grosvenor, the 2nd Earl of Wilton of Heaton Hall


[St Mary's B2]


Royle, Vernon :

Justice of the Peace
Lived at Brooklands


[St Mary's B2 EAST]


S

Scholes, Rev. Jacob, George, Thomas :

Landowners of Prestwich, read about them at:

BentHouse
High Bank
woodhill


Sidney, Henry :

House Steward to Sir Thomas Egerton,the 1st Earl of Wilton of Heaton Hall



[St Mary's B2]


Sturgeon, William :

Electrician



Inventor of the Electromagnet

[St Mary's B2B]


T

Taylor, John :

Gardner to Sir Thomas Egerton,the 2nd Earl of Wilton of Heaton Hall (buried alongside other servants)


[St Mary's B2]


W

Webster, Thomas :

Gardner to to Sir Thomas Egerton,the 1st Earl of Wilton of Heaton Hall.
The grave includes his wife and 8 grandchildren.


[St Mary's D1]


Wood, George :

Magistrate,deputy Leutenant of Lancashire, and MP for Kendal
Lived at Brooklands


[St Mary's SOUTH]



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