Transcribed by J A Gibbs in 1933 (and annotated in 1944). Some of these monuments are described in Manning & Bray’s “Surrey” vol II(1809).
Monuments without photographs were destroyed/removed by enemy action in August 1944.
James, 1st Baron Abinger
James Scarlett, Burial Register C432. The glass of the east window of the chancel erected 1856-57, partly shattered by an explosion on the common May 1942, completely destroyed 3 Aug 1944. James died 1844, his eldest son died in 1861.
Sarah Lady Abinger
Burial Register B011.
A brass on the south wall (organ chamber) beneath a lancet stained glass window. Not in Burial Register.
Anna Maria Beddingfield
Burial Register A1002. In the north chancel. Buried 24 Jun 1708. Not in Burial Register..
Burial Register A1015. Mrs Bedingfield buried in the chancel 14 May 1710, daughter buried 29 Mar 1711.
Herbert William Carpenter
Burial Register X0122. Nave West Window, destroyed 3Aug1944.
Thomas Prince Hill
Florence Bayley & Walter Ker
The lectern was dedicated in this church 8 Oct 1899 to the Glory of God and the beloved memories of Florence Bayley and Walter Ker her only son who fell in action May 1897 aged 22. Given by her daughter and sisters AD 1899.
Flora Louise Lugard
On north wall of North Chapel. Removed for safety at ruining of the church 3Aug1944.
William Anthony Mitchison
Frolbury, Abinger. On war memorial. Brass tablet removed 3Aug1944.
Gilbert Francois Montriou
Burial register B616.
Reginald and Mary Nicholson
On north wall of north chapel. Born Reginald Popham Lobb. Private Secretary to Lord Lugard (his neighbour in Abinger) in Nigeria, retired as Colonial Secretary to Cyprus in 1929.
Frances Margaret Redgrave
Richard Redgrave RA
Richard Redgrave RA, HM Inspector-General of Art Schools, Surveyor of the Crown’s Pictures. Declined a knighthood in 1869. Painted many local scenes. Buried in Brompton Cemetery, London.
Burial Register X093. In the Rector’s Chancel. Captain Richard Ronzier buried 18 Jan 1744. Mary Hamilton not in register but Elizabeth Hambleton from Tottenham High Cross, Middlesex buried in Chancel – paid for the ground £2.2.0. Richard buried 27 Aug 1757. William buried in the Chancel 7 Oct 1800 paid £5.5.0 for the ground.
James Yorke Scarlett
On north wall of north chapel. See also family vault. His life is in the Dict. of National Biography. See also Fortescue’s Hist. of the British Army Vol XIII.
A brass by the New Vestry given by his widow (1920).
One pace beyond the gallery front and eight paces from the north wall. Burial Register has only Henry Worsfold of Ockley yeoman buried 17.3.1724.
In a 3-glass Window
In a 3-glass Window
East end of Patron’s (North) chapel. Destroyed 3Aug1944.
North Wall of the Nave
Brass plate in carved wooden frame at west end of north wall. Badly damaged 3 August 1944.
Charitable donations and bequests to the poor.
A framed inscription (5′ x 4′) on the east wall. Henry Spooner buried 7 Jan 1614. Rev J T Lawes rector 188-1821, died 1828.
Completely destroyed 3.8.1944.