Stones Methodist Graveyard, Ripponden

The graveyard for Stones Methodist Church, Ripponden.

When the old Church of 1804 fell into disrepair, a new building was erected alongside the old Church in 1902. The old Church was then demolished and the land was incorporated into the graveyard.

The following people, and/or members of their family, are recorded here:

John Blackburn [1778-1837]
Elkanah Bottomley [1786-1842]
Thomas Cheetham [1798-1826]
Joseph Crawshaw [1752-1818]
Sam Crawshaw [18??-19??]
Sons of James Dudgeon
Joseph Halstead [1803-1876]
Thomas Halstead [1853-1881]
William Halstead [1827-1890]
The  Hellowell family
Hannah  Hellowell
William Edward Kilmister [1903-1945]
Joseph Lawton [1785-1851]
Joseph Lawton [1811-1933]
Whiteley Lawton [1842-1919]
George Mallinson [1806-1867]
Samuel Mellor [1797-1835]
Roger Peel [1772-1851]
Roger Peel [1795-1864]
Emanuel Riley [1829-1898]
George Taylor [1799-1835]
Joe Whiteley [1859-1902]
John Whiteley [1782-1823]
Thomas Whiteley [1802-1889]
Jonathan Widdop [1853-1924]
Thomas Wolstenholme [1824-1873]

Some of the monumental inscriptions in the graveyard are shown in the CD entitled Halifax Monumental Inscriptions #1

See Lighthazels Chapel, Soyland

© Malcolm Bull 2022
Revised 19:39 / 31st August 2022 / 4136

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