A note about Memorial Images
Chris Swarbrooke took photos of all the gravestones and memorials in the churchyard and in the church. These can be viewed in this post, and they appear to be a complete record.
Chris also transcribed the inscriptions on very many of the gravestones – but apparently not all of them, because there are gaps in the file. Where the inscriptions are available however, the images have been added.
Both can be seen together in the post Memorial Images with Inscriptions
In order to use either this post, or the ‘Memorial Images with Inscriptions’ post, you need to know a Memorial number.
This can be obtained from the first .pdf file in this post, or alternatively, for fuller information, the relevant ‘Burial’ file.
Remember that many burials did not have a memorial, and were therefore unmarked graves.