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Holy Trinity Churchyard
Donwell, Usworth, Durham, England

OS Map 88 Grid ref NZ 297586

Contact: Rev. A Melton or Rev. J Lawson, Telephone 4163533

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 29.

Contributor's Index:

Aisbett, Thomas, d. 29 Jan 1869, age: 31y, [DO]
Aisbitt, Thomas, d. 9 May 1833, age: 8y, [DO]
Baker, John George, d. 11 Jul 1938, age: 30y, [DO]
Ball, Jared S.H , d. 8 May 1913, age: 14y, [DO]
Birleson, Thomas, d. 5 Oct 1944, age: 38y, [DO]
Buckham, Robert Robson, d. 12 Nov 1908, age: 14y, [DO]
Dunn, John, d. 26 Dec 1916, age: 60y, [DO]
Durham, James, d. 26 Jul 1961, age: 45y, [DO]
Gibson, Henry, d. 16 Sep 1909, age: 29y, [DO]
Godbold, Harry, d. 9 Apr 1940, age: 26y, [DO]
Greenwell, William Jnr, d. 25 Feb 1908, age: 15y, [DO]
Hill, James, d. 18 Aug 1931, age: 40y, [DO]
Horsborough, John William, d. 8 Jan 1925, age: 22y, [DO]
Humes, Matthew Henry, d. 15 Sep 1937, age: 18y, [DO]
Lloyd, Alfred, d. 5 Apr 1940, age: 33y, [DO]
Marley, Turner, d. 17 Jan 1928, age: 29y, [DO]
Matthews, Frederick, d. 11 Feb 1908, age: 19y, [DO]
Middleton, John William, d. 25 Jul 1941, age: 57y, [DO]
Mould, Sydney, d. 25 Aug 1957, age: 41y, [DO]
Oliver, John, d. 23 Feb 1937, age: 31y, [DO]
Ranson, Michael, d. 8 Feb 1934, age: 55y, [DO]
Shepperd, William, d. 19 Dec 1907, age: 19y, [DO]
Shevills, James Edward, d. 17 Dec 1931, age: 39y, [DO]
Shields, Joseph, d. 16 Jun 1936, age: 21y, [DO]
Smith, Thomas, d. 11 Jan 1932, age: 46y, [DO]
Smith, William, d. 6 Sep 1916, age: 19y, [DO]
Sparnon, John, d. 10 May 1920, age: 18y, [DO]
Thompson, Christopher, d. 28 Jun 1932, age: 42y, [DO]
Thompson, Thomas, d. 24 May 1917, age: 51y, [DO]

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