St Michael & All Angels

Sharing God's Love

Memorial  Inscriptions

This page is administered jointly by Marden Parish Church and the Marden History Group.  If your family tree researches have led you to Marden, we hope that you will find it a useful resource. Further details of War Memorial Names, Resting Places and Memorials are on the War Memorial page.

If you are visiting this page for the first time, please read the notes below before using these links:
A - B     C - D     E - F     G - H     I - J     K - L     M - N     O - P     Q - R     S - T     U - V     W - X     Y - Z

ON THIS PAGE YOU CAN:   
    1.  Search for the names of former parishioners who (or whose ashes) are
         - buried in the churchyard
         - remembered by memorial plaques in the church
         - buried at the former Wesleyan Chapel (now the Vestry Hall)
         - buried or commemorated at the Congregational Church
    2.  Order printed details/photographs of memorial inscriptions   
    3.  Order booklets giving details of parishioners killed in the First and Second World Wars   
    4.  Contact us with an enquiry.
FROM LINKS ON THIS PAGE YOU CAN:   
    5.  Search for the names of former parishioners who (or whose ashes) are buried in Marden Cemetery   
    6.  Search the Parish Records for other burials (memorial inscriptions not necessarily recorded) in the churchyard
    7.  Contact the Kent History & Library Centre with an enquiry about Parish Records outside the scope of this page.

1.  TO SEARCH THE CHURCHYARD, CHURCH, WESLEYAN CHAPEL OR CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH:

2.  TO ORDER PRINTED DETAILS/PHOTOGRAPHS OF MEMORIAL INSCRIPTIONS:

3.  TO ORDER BOOKLETS:

4.  TO CONTACT US WITH AN ENQUIRY:

5.  TO SEARCH MARDEN CEMETERY:

6.  TO SEARCH THE PARISH RECORDS FOR OTHER BURIALS IN THE CHURCHYARD:

7.  TO CONTACT THE KENT HISTORY & LIBRARY CENTRE:

 NOTES


Key to Memorial Inscriptions:
F = the entry is the first name shown on the memorial.
* = a photograph of the memorial is available.
T = a transcription (of a removed memorial) is available.
P = a partial transcription (of a removed memorial) is available.
The place of burial (if not Marden) and Notes follow the date of death.
Memorials Removed - Details, given here in good faith, are based on informal papers which should be regarded as unreliable. "F" indications are surmised. No photographs exist.