ST ALBANS & CHURCH YARD
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Three Styles graves on opposite side of path to left of entrance, see individual photographs, or click on hotspots in picture below.
To left of the three graves (centre picture) is a granite triangular oblong stone, this is James Whiffin 1820-1902 & his wife Sarah Whiffin nee Styles 1826-1902.
Far left, stone same as left one of the three and is John James Styles 1825-1904 and his wife Mary Ann Styles, nee law, 1827-1904.
The two similar stones are carved with oak leaves and acorns with an "S" interwoven, see photographs.
In the foreground are a number of Whiffin graves. There are a number of more modern graves to the left of the church and back against the fence.
This picture contains hotspots to individual stones, move mouse pointer over picture and click left button.
Picture early 1990's
ST ALBANS APRIL 2003