GRAVE NEWS OF BARNOON CEMETERY and CHAPEL

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Tombs with a view and a chapel that's two at the cemetery featured in 'Raise the Titanic'. The film was such a box-office flop that Lew Grade famously remarked 'it would be cheaper to lower the Atlantic'.




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The 21 men and women who died as a result of the Great War or World War 2 :

THE GREAT WAR (7)

J Cocking died 1919, aged 37
W Hart 1919, 35
W B Nicholls 1917, 47
J H Pearce, 1919, 19
J R Pearce, 1919, 43
E B Peters 1915, 36
J N Peters 1916, 24

WORLD WAR 2 (14)

S Abram 1944, 31
Miss M G Andrews 1942, 22
R E Baragwanath 1943, 24
R P Carbines 1944, 37
E J Cowling 1946, 30
R E C Curtis 1943, 36
F H D Kimpton, 1941, 29
Miss M E Maddern 1947, 41
Miss S H Pearce 1943, 18
P N Peters 1941, 21
H R Phillips 1943, 22
T W H Prynne 1939, 27
C F Scoble 1945, 23
E E Symons 1946, 56


RNLI CREW LOST IN THE 23 JANUARY 1939 LIFEBOAT DISASTER :

M S Barber, 30
W B Barber, 37
E Bassett, 30
J B Cocking, 38
T Cocking, 64
R Q Stevens, 36
J Thomas, 42

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From Donna Trudgeon : My great grandparents are buried there - ABRAHAM CRAZE and LILY MAY CRAZE.

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From Heather Williams : My grandad and gran HENRY and LOUISE CORIN are in there.

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From Karen Wearne : Thank you so much, my great grandparents EDWARD WEARNE and MATILDA WEARNE née STEVENS are buried there. 

From Liz Dunn : All my grandparents are in there  - ANTHONY WOOLCOCK and MARY ANNIE SMITH and ANNIE and RICHARD QUICK.

From Barbara Rickard :  My great grandfather THOMAS QUICK, my father in law JAMES H RICKARD, his parents WILFRED RICKARD and MARGARET  T RICKARD née HODGE.

From Beccy Noall : So many ancestors NOALL, ROWE, LUGG, CRAZE, DAVIS, WOOLCOCK, STEPHENS, STEVENS to name but a few.

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Interesting video I located Alfred Wallis grave on one holiday visit very ornate I thought, nice to have chapels resurrected so to speak.
Thanks for research and filming.

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From Ann Griffiths-Stevens : My Grandmother ENID THOMAS née TREMBATH and my great uncle JOHN THOMAS are both buried there.

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From Peter Symons : "My grandfather JAMES QUICK SYMONS is buried in Barnoon. He was a steward for the Hain line. He was captured when the Graf Spee sunk the Trevannion in the south Atlantic. He along with at lot of others was transferred to the prison ship Altmark, which eventually arrived in a Norwegian fjord and he was rescued by the RN. I suspect that his health was impacted as he died in 1943. Yet another link to the sea."

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From Paula Stratton Oates : My nana and grandad Stratton, auntie GRACE, grandad JOHN STEVENS 44 years old and son JAMES STEVENS, was trampled with a horse and cart at 5 years old. I always remember my uncle J.D. Stevens walking me home through there many times and showing me an awfull lot of his schoolmates that died very young but I can’t remember what he said they died of, very very sad.

From Marlin Walsh : My daughter SIOBHAN aged 8 months (cot death)- no stone, there was only a cross which sadly disappeared long ago.

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From Mick French : My Aunt Annie, as listed above as Miss S. H. Pearce, is buried in a war grave at Barnoon - SUSAN HANNAH. My late sister was named Susan after her.
My Great Grandfather J. S PEARCE is also buried at Barnoon. Whilst my Grandfather was alive, he always had a miniature wicker crab pot placed on his father's grave.

From Chris Grayston and Eleanor Carter : Our grandparents WILLIAM and LOVEDAY STEVENS are buried here.

From  Kirsten Maria Corin : My grandparents MYRTLE  and WILLIAM CORIN and little FRANK CORIN and EDWARD CORIN ARE buried/commemorated at Barnoon. I visited from Australia two years ago to scatter my Dad's ashes at Clodgy and spent quite sometime walking around Barnoon trying to find their grave. I never met any not them so this is the closest I had ever been to my St Ives family.

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Thanks for another informative video, the music was very fitting .its got to be one of the best grave yards in the country the view is amazing.
Do you do tours of st Ives in the summer if not you are missing a trick.

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From John White : Members of my family are buried at barnoon . My grandparents ELIZABETH and BARTHOLOMEW TAYLOR, their sons/my uncles SOLOMON and BARTHOLOMEW TAYLOR (Tholy ) and my mother HONOR WHITE. Also in loving memory of her son/my Brother FREDDY STEVENS, lost at sea.

From Sue Curnow : My dear Auntie BESSIE and her parents JOHN and EDITH LUGG and also my great Auntie BESSIE REID and her husband COMRIE ALEXANDER REID (who was recognised last year for war service WW1).

From Lynne Watkins : My nanna CATHERINE LARRY UREN née NINNIS and Granda JOHN (Johnny) UREN as well as numerous members of our extended families of UREN, NINNIS, BARBER, TANNER and HOLLOW.

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From Thea Warren : My grandparents GEORGE GYLES and his wife BEATRICE are buried there.

From Cathy Fleming : Many of my mum's family are there -  WASLEY, BARAGWANATH, NINNIS, BRYANT.

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From Melanie Rawlings : Great grandparents JOHN and JANE SMITH (née CARBINES) and CHARLES SMITH, John's brother. Grandparents FRANK WILLIAM GOODHAND and KATHLEEN CARBINES GOODHAND (née SMITH) and their infant son JOHN GOODHAND. WILLIAM CARBINES (on the Titanic) is the grandson of the brother of my 4x great grandfather).

There are many other relatives, great, great grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins buried in Barnoon

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From Jayne Uren : Our Grandparents are buried in Barnoon, MARGARET HAWSWORTH (née STEVENS) and JOHN HAWKSWORTH.

From Carole Catterall : Dad's parents CATHERINE LAWRY (née NINNIS) and JOHN UREN.

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From Chrissy Chard, information about her father and grandparents : ERNEST WILLIAM CHARD died 3 October 1987 aged 74 and buried with his parents ERNEST ALBERT CHARD (d. 27 September 1924, 39) and BESSIE CHARD (d. 22 September 1956, 71).

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From Cynthia Jenkin : Our grandparents are there too - CLARA and LEO COGAN. As children we would go there with Mum (Clara Uren) while she cleaned the headstone.

From Christine Ryall : My grandparents WIILIAM KELLY RALSTON 1941, MARGARET JANE STEVENS 1950 and my mother MARGARET JANE STEVENS 1985 are buried in Barnoon Cemetery. The cremated remains of my father CHARLES ROWE STEVENS 1994 and my husband SHAUN DONNELLY RYALL 2015 are in the same grave.

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