St Swithun's Gravestones and Internal Plaques Galleries

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  • Plan for the Interior Church Memorials

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    This plan shows the position of each memorial stone or plaque in the Internal Plaques Gallery

  • St Swithun's Churchyard Plan

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    This is a copy of the Churchyard Plan in the Church

  • Internal Plaques Gallery

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    These are the Memorial Plaques inside the Church

  • North Section

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    This section, which lies to the back of the Church, contains the majority of the oldest stones, although a few have been added very recently.

  • North West Section

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    This section contains a mixture of some very old and some newer gravestones.

  • North East Section

    18 photos

    This Section is the smallest section and comprises of a single row of gravestones.

  • South Section

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    This Section lies at the front of the Church to the right of the main door. It includes a lot of older gravestones closer to the Church.

  • South West Section

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    Although this Section comprises mainly of new gravestones. There are a few older ones close to the Church Porch, one of which is the oldest in the Churchyard.

  • South East Section

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    On Monday 28th May 1923 the Lord Bishop of Exeter consecrated an additional piece of land added to this section of the churchyard. The donor of the gift of this piece of land was Mr John Sanders of Yeomadon. Mr Sanders also gifted a memorial to those who served in HM Forces during World War I and opened a recreation ground for the inhabitants of the parish. Mr Sanders grave can be found in this section of the Churchyard.