Plaques in memorium in the Church
JOHN GURDON-REBOW of Wyvenhoe Park,
late member for, and High Steward of Colchester;
who died Oct. 12th 1870, Aged 71.
son of John A Goodwin, councillor of this parish
who died 7th June A.D.1900
of enteric fever, at Bloemfontein, South Africa
in the performance of his duty to his Queen and Country
and "In His Steps" as Volunteer Hospital Orderly
of the St John's Ambulance Association
whilst serving at the front in the War against
The Boer Republics of South Africa
Erected by the Chairman & District Council
of the Town and Port of Wivenhoe.
JANE, Wife of CAP. JOHN BELLAIRS,
who died 18th. August 1815 aged 50 years
In her, the true CHRISTIAN, with the eminent Virtues of the
Wife, Mother, Relative and Friend, shone conspicuous.
How belov'd in life! How lamented in death! is beyond
the power of an afflicted Husband to describe.
Second son of Captain & Mrs. A.HARVEY,
Who died at Rio-de-Janeiro, on Wednesday, 31st. October 1923,
Aged 30 Years.
"I am the Resurrection and the Life."
in the royal Navy who died December 7th 1856
Aged 65 years.
This window was given by his Widow,
when this Church was restored June 1860.
Anne L.Goodwin A.D.1907.
in memory of her beloved husband,
THOMAS CORDER GOODWIN.
who had been for some Years
Church warden, Guardian, and Waywarden
of Wivenhoe Parish.
in memory of her Husband
who was 35 years Trinity Pilot of this Port.
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GEORGE ERNEST [VARROW]
the dearly loved husband of
Beatrice Ethel Varrow.
Died in 6th.General Hospital, Rouen, France,
Feb'y 18th. 1917.
Aged 29 Years.
Greater love hath no man than he who gives his life for his friends.
of my husband
JAMES E HEATH
Many years Churchwarden
Died November 8th. 1921
Aged 69 Years.
FRANK CRIDGE PRICE
for many years Warden
of this Church died
February 8th. 1924,
Aged 80 years.
JOHN GREEN CHAMBERLAIN, Esq.
many years Lloyd's agent
at this place.
Who died 30th. of March 1860.
Aged 66 Years.
Much regretted by his family
The REV. NICHOLAS CORSELLIS MA.
Upwards of the Fifty years Rector of this Parish
who departed this life, April 17th. 1826.
in the 82nd year of his age
In him, the poor of this parish, lost a liberal
and kind benefactor, and all, a sincere friend.
Likewise of MARY CORSELLIS
First wife of the above
who departed this life, March 7th. 1808
aged 68 years.
This tablet was erected by his second wife
in affectionate regard to his memory.
NICHOLAS CEASAR CORSELLIS
Late a Captain of the Royal Navy
The eldest son of the late
Rev. Nicholas and Mary Corsellis
of this parish.
Born July 29th. 1760(?)
and died May 19th 1833
Whom...[??]...moulders into dust
Feel as his children but as Christians...[?]
GEORGE CORSELLIS Esq.
fifth son of the
Rev. Nicholas Corsellis of Wivenhoe Hall
Who departed this life Jan. 4th. 1833
Aged 62 Years.
He for many years faithfully serv'd the
Hon. East India Company in their Civil Department
in the Presidency of Bombay
and after affording to his relatives and friends in his
native country the enjoyment of his
presence for a short time,
it pleas'd an All Wise Providence to remove him
from amongst them.
He was an affectionate Husband a kind Father
and sincere Friend.
Widow of George Corsellis Esq.
late of the Honorable East India
Company's civil service,
and daughter of
Nicholas Cesar Corsellis Esq.
formerly of Woodford [?????]
and of Lower Marney Tower
in this County
She died July 2nd. 1834
Aged 76 years
Frances, daughter of
The Rev.Nicholas Corsellis and Mary his wife
of Wivenhoe Hall
who departed this life the 13th March 1797
after a long & painful illness
which she bore with truly Christian patience.
Aged XXXI years.
Maria Corsellis their youngest daughter
who died March 3rd 1787[?], aged 3 years.
and three infant children
War Memorial in the Churchyard
1914-1918 The Great War:
|Ayre, Alexander||Hart, Herbert||Pitt, Stanley|
|Baker, Ernest||Hawkins, John B.||Rand, Ernest J.|
|Baker, Albert||Head, John||Rand, Oliver C.|
|Baker, Thomas||Head, Arthur||Reed, Harry C.|
|Barlow, John L.||Heath, Fred C.||Sainty, John|
|Barr, Edgar||Husk, Hugh H.||Salisbury, Fred|
|Bartlett, George A.||Juby, Harry||Salisbury, William|
|Beckwith, Thomas||Martin, William C.||Squire, Felix J.C.|
|Bell, Robert||Miller, Samuel||Stebbing, Edgar|
|Canham, Charles||Nicholls, Fred||Steward, Charles|
|Eagle, Joseph||Payne, Jack||Turner, Charles J.|
|Firman, George||Pike, Edward||Turner, Tom|
|Green, William J.||Pike, Edgar W.||Turner, Albert E.|
|Green, Jack D.||Pitt, Charles J.||Wade, William|
|Harlow, Harold F.||Pitt, Horace||Weavers, Thomas|
1939-1945 Second World War:
|E. Jean Cole||Leslie C. Pascoe|
|John W. Fleming||Peter Pawsey|
|Jack E. Green||Travers L. Rose|
|William C. Kibble||James T. Watts|
13 December 1989, Northern Ireland.