Shalfleet : Church of St Michael the Archangel



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War Memorial Window

For full details see Shalfleet Parish War Memorial
(Memorials and Monuments on the Isle of Wight)




Roll of Honour WW I

For full details see Shalfleet Roll of Honour
(Memorials and Monuments on the Isle of Wight)




COLE, Thomas

In the Burial Ground of this Church
are deposited the Remains
of THOMAS COLE,
Lieutenant in the Royal Navy,
Son of Thomas Comyns Cole, Esq, late of Chelsea
and Mary Catherine his Wife.

At the early age of 30 years
and when returning from the West Indies invalided
he perished at Sea in H.M.S. Nightingale
on Saturday the 7th day of February 1829.
This deserving Officer had served
under those distinguished Commanders
Sir James A. Gordon, Sir W. Hoste,
Commodore Bowles, and Rear Admiral Lake;

was appointed Signal Midshipman by Lord Exmouth
at the memorable attack upon Algiers
in the year 1816, and acted as Flag Lieutenant
to Sir Charles Rowley in the West Indies.
He was brave, unassuming, religious
an affectionate Brother, a dutiful Son.
When the Grave shall give up its dead,
he shall be judged according to his works.
This Tablet was erected
by his only Sister
MDCCCXXIX.





COTTLE, Thomas
COTTLE, Louisa Georgina

TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN MEMORY OF
THE REVD. THOMAS COTTLE, M.A., OXON,
OF NINGWOOD HOUSE,
VICAR OF THIS PARISH 1849-1868,
AND
LOUISA GEORGINA, HIS WIFE,
APPLIANCES FOR WARMING
THIS CHURCH HAVE BEEN PROVIDED
AND THE TOWER STRENGTHENED.

Thomas Cottle died in 1895 aged 90.
Louisa Georgina Cottle died in 1892 aged 85.




COTTLE, Wyndham

In loving memory of
Wyndham Cottle M.D., M.A., Oxon
F.R.C.S., M.R.C.P. of
Ningwood House
who died 2nd June 1919 aged
71 years.





CUNNINGHAM, David Crofton

THE SANCTUARY LAMP, WAFER BOX AND PYX IN THIS CHURCH
WERE PRESENTED BY HIS PARENTS, SISTER AND BROTHER
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF
DAVID CROFTON CUNNINGHAM
LIEUTENANT, ROYAL NAVY, BORN 23.12.1913, LOST IN THE MINING OF
H.M.S. NEPTUNE ON THE NIGHT OF 19-20 DEC 1941
1939 - 1945





HARVEY, Archibald John

IN
EVER LOVING MEMORY OF
ARCHIBALD JOHN HARVEY, MM
LIEUT., 29TH CANADIAN BATTALION
BELOVED AND ONLY SON OF
JOHN WILLIAM AND JANE GRACE HARVEY
OF THIS PARISH.
WOUNDED AT PASSCHENDAELE, NOV 7TH,
DIED NOV 12TH, 1917, IN THE SERVICE OF HIS COUNTRY
BURIED AT LISSENTHOEK MILITARY CEMETERY
POPERINGHE, BELGIUM
AGED 32 YEARS

WHOSOEVER WILL LOSE HIS LIFE FOR MY
SAKE SHALL FIND IT - MATT. XVI.25


CWGC record

A J Harvey Memorial
(Memorials and Monuments on the Isle of Wight website)




HOLLIS, Thomas

THIS SCREEN
IS ERECTED TO COMMEMORATE
THE 55 YEARS FAITHFUL SERVICE OF
THOMAS HOLLIS
SEXTON FROM 1854 TO 1909.

Thomas Hollis died in 1909 aged 83.

Screen designed by Percy Goddard Stone, F.R.S.A.




KINDERSLEY, Alistair

To the memory of
ALISTAIR KINDERSLEY
Lieutenant Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm
younger son of
Lt-Colonel A Kindersley, CMG, and Edith his wife
of Hamstead Grange

He was born on the 27th June 1915 & was killed in
action defending the Malta Convoy against an
enemy air attack on Friday 25th July 1941
while serving in HMS Ark Royal


THIS FLAG WAS PLACED HERE IN REMEMBRANCE OF
LIEUTENANT ALISTAIR KINDERSLEY, RN
FLEET AIR ARM, OF HAMSTEAD IN THIS PARISH
HE WAS KILLED IN ACTION ON THE 25TH JULY 1941
WHILE SERVING IN HMS ARK ROYAL
HE WAS MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE

CWGC record

A Kindersley Memorial
(Memorials and Monuments on the Isle of Wight website)




KINDERSLEY, Archibald Ogilvie Lyttelton

Pray
Remember before God
ARCHIBALD
KINDERSLEY C.M.G.
Lieutenant Colonel
The Highland Light Infantry
of HAMSTEAD GRANGE
Churchwarden
1939-1947
He was born 7th April 1869
and died 19th June 1955
having served his
God and Country
faithfully


THIS FLAG WAS PRESENTED BY
LIEUTENANT COLONEL A.O.L. KINDERSLEY C.M.G., D.L.,
OF HAMSTEAD IN THIS PARISH
IT WAS FLOWN BY HIM OVER ALLIED HEADQUARTERS
AT CONSTANZA, RUMANIA, DURING THE BRITISH
OCCUPATION, NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1919.





OSBORNE, John

THE FLAGSTAFF ON
SHALFLEET CHURCH TOWER
WAS GIVEN BY HIS WIDOW,
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
PROFESSOR JOHN OSBORNE
1911 - 1984





PECHELL, Elianor

LANHAM, Mary

HEAR LYETH THE
BODY OF ELIANOR
THE WIFE OF CAPT
RICHARD PECHELL
WHO DEPARTED
THIS LIFE THE 9TH
DAY OF JANUARY
BEING THE 76TH
YEAR OF HER AGE
ANNO DOMINI 1687

HEAR ALSO LYETH
THE BODY OF
MARY THE WIFE OF
BARNABY LANHAM
WHO DEPARTED
THIS LIFE THE
20TH DAY OF
OCTOBER ANNO
DOMINI 1687





PENNETHORNE, Anne
PENNETHORNE, John

IN MEMORY OF ANNE PENNETHORNE OF HAMSTEAD
BORN MAY 8TH 1800: DIED FEBRUARY 9TH 1883.
ALSO OF JOHN PENNETHORNE: BROTHER OF THE ABOVE,
BORN JANUARY 4TH 1808: DIED JANUARY 20TH 1888.





RICE, Claire
RICE, Jim

THIS ORGAN WAS DEDICATED
ON JULY 18th 2009
IN MEMORY OF
CLAIRE AND JIM RICE
WHOSE GENEROSITY MADE
THE ACQUISITION POSSIBLE





WAY, William
WAY, Fanny

To the Glory of God and in loving memory
of William and Fanny Way of Dodpitts
This window is erected by their four children 1887

William Way died in 1859 aged 50
Fanny Way died in 1886 aged 67

Their children were :
Thomas Edwards Way (b 1851)
Henry Way (b 1856)
Mabel Way (b 1857)
George Way (b 1859)




WHITTINGTON, James

IN LOVING MEMORY
OF
JAMES WHITTINGTON
LATE OF NINGWOOD DAIRY FARM
& 20 YEARS VICARS CHURCHWARDEN
OF THIS PARISH
DIED 10TH FEB 1862
AGED 78
THY WILL BE DONE.





WILKINSON, Dinah

IN MEMORY OF
DINAH WILKINSON
ELDEST DAUGHTER OF
JAMES WILKINSON ESQR. OF THIS PLACE, AND ELIZABETH HIS WIFE
AND GREAT-GRAND-DAUGHTER OF
THE LATE BARTON REEVES ESQR.
WHO DIED AUGUST 2ND 1815, AGED 26.





WILKINSON, James
WILKINSON, Elizabeth
WILINSON, Barton Reeves

In Memory of
JAMES WILKINSON Esqr.
who died February 8th 1824
Aged 72.
ALSO, ELIZABETH, HIS WIFE,
who died May 23rd 1834,
Aged 70.
ALSO BARTON REEVES WILKINSON, GENT.
Son of JAS. WILKINSON, Esqr. & ELIZABETH his Wife
who died April 18th 1832
Aged 40





WILKINSON, Mary

IN MEMORY OF
MARY WILKINSON
SECOND DAUGHTER OF
JAMES WILKINSON ESQR. OF THIS PLACE, AND ELIZABETH HIS WIFE
AND GREAT-GRAND-DAUGHTER OF
THE LATE BARTON REEVES ESQR.
WHO DIED JULY 13TH 1811, AGED 21.





WILKINSON, Mary
WILKINSON, Thomas

IN MEMORY OF
MARY, THE BELOVED WIFE OF THOMAS WILKINSON,
OF THIS PLACE
AND THIRD DAUGHTER OF THE LATE
WILLIAM THATCHER ESQR.
OF WACKLAND IN THE ISLE OF WIGHT
DIED OCTR 12TH 1880 AGED 73.
ALSO OF THE SAID
THOMAS T. WILKINSON,
WHO DIED JUNE 26TH 1894 AGED 95.


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