In
Memory of
EDWARD WILLES
a dearly beloved husband & father
who was suddenly called to his rest
on the 27th day of May 1891 aged 75 years
Born in Folkestone, August 5th 1815
and was connected with the
South Eastern Railway for upwards
of 47 years and for 20 years station
master at Hamstreet Station.

If thou shouldst call me to resign
what most I prize, it never was mine
I only yeild thee what is thine; thy will be done

Also Sarah Ann the dearly beloved wife of the
above who entered into rest April 10th 1909.
Aged 61 years.

On that happy easter morning
all the graves their dead restore
father sister child and mother
meet once more

To the brightest of all meetings
Bring us, Jesu Christ


IN
AFFECTIONATE
AND EVER LOVING MEMORY OF
A DEVOTED WIFE AND MOTHER
ALICE ELIZABETH GODDEN
AT REST 7th MARCH 1947
TILL WE MEET
ALSO OF
JAMES GODDEN
VERY DEAR HUSBAND AND FATHER
AT REST 21st JUNE 1950
RE UNITED

[This is believed to be Alice Elizabeth née WILLES (b. 1878), who married James GODDEN in 1904]


To the memory of
ANN wife of
JOSEPH SACRE
who died October 10th 1864
Aged 33 years
Left surviving 1 son and 3 daughters
William George, Jane Elizabeth
Ann and Sarah

[remainder of inscription seems to be a quotation, which could probably be read with effort]


[In]
Loving Memory of
MARGARET
Beloved wife of JOSEPH SACRE
Entered into rest October 19th 1888
Aged 57 years
Left surviving 1 son and 3 daughters
(Viz) Margaret, Ellen Gertrude, Susanna Eliza and Joseph Henry

[Her eldest daughter, Sarah, is not mentioned on the stone, and perhaps had already died]