Codford St. Peter Burials 1805 ~ 1809

CODFORD ST. PETER BURIALS

1805 - 1809

Arranged alphabetically by surname:

JAMES BADDER, aged 10 years, son of John Badder 
and Christian Badder, 29 June 1808.

JOHN BADDER, aged 70 years, natural decay, 12 November 1807.

MARGARET BADDER, aged 46 years, 2 October 1805.

MARIA BARNES, aged 6 weeks, daughter of Richard Barnes 
and Jane Barnes, 29 March 1805.

MARY COLLINS, of Codford St. Mary, aged 26 years,
wife of Christopher Collins, 2 September 1806.

THOMAS COTTRELL, aged 5 years, son of Henry Fry
 and Mary Fry, measles, 29 March 1807.

ELIZABETH DEWEY, aged 2 years, daughter of John Dewey 
and Mary Dewey, measles, 5 April 1807.

MARY DEWEY, aged 24 years, 1 July 1807.

ANN EVERLEY, aged 67 years, natural decay, 
14 April 1807.

ANN FRY, aged 25 years, 25 August 1808.

MARY FRY, aged 89 years, natural decay,
24 February 1809.

PHILIP FRY, aged 7 years, son of Jane Fry,
 died suddenly, 11 July 1806.

ELIZABETH GRAY, nee Patient, aged 48 years, 
wife of William Gray, 9 July 1806.

WILLIAM GRAY, aged 50 years, dropsy, 18 April 1807.

SARAH HOLLOWAY, aged 80, died suddenly, 
17 February 1805.

MARTHA INGRAM, aged 21 years, daughter of George Ingram 
and Martha Ingram, 20 February 1805.

MARY INGRAM, aged 68 years, 2 December 1806.

THOMAS INGRAM, aged 56 years, 7 June 1805.

WILLIAM INGRAM, aged 34 years, son of George Ingram 
and Martha Ingram, inflammation of the bowels, 11 April 1809.

SARAH KELLOW, aged 60 years, 11 February 1807.

JOHN KEMP, aged 26, son of Ann Kemp, 
measles, 22 March 1807.

WILLIAM LACY, aged 86 years, natural decay, 
15 November 1807.

JOHN LAWES, son of Simon Lawes and Elizabeth Lawes,
 died on day of birth, 1 August 1805.

MELIORA LONG, from Bishops Cannings, aged 80, 
widow, natural decay, 9 August 180.

WILLIAM NORRIS, aged 3 months, base born son of 
Charlotte Norris, 5 July 1808.

SARAH PEARCE, aged 53 years, widow, 30 July 1806.

THOMAS RABBETS, aged 31 years, son of Martha Rabbets,
 23 July 1808.

RICHARD RAXWORTHY, aged 19 years, 25 September 1806.

JOHN SCAMMEL, aged 80 years, natural decay, 16 December 1805.

ANN SCAMMELL, aged 72 years, natural decay, 8 November 1807.

MARY STRONG, aged 40 years, cancer and evil, 8 February 1806.

MARY WOODS, aged 46 years, 3 August 1805.