The Graves of the Turnbull Family

One of the most prominent collections of graves in the churchyard at St. Peter's, Tilton-on-the-Hill is that of the Turnbull Family. The family plot lies to the North of the church and is surrounded by a low iron fence, which can just be seen at the bottom of the pictures of the graves. Within the enclosure are 5 headstones:

In
loving memory of
Reginald,
the third and dearly loved son of
Frederick and Rosamond Turnbull
who died Sep 30th 1917
from wounds received in action
buried in british cemetery
Dozinghem, Belgium;
aged 21 years,
Greater love hath no lad than this,
who gave his life, with all it's promise,
that others might live
also of
Frederick
youngest son of
William and Mary Ann Turnbull
who died April 15th 1939,
aged 72 years
"resting"
and of
Rosamond the wife of Frederick
who died November 14th 19?1 aged 34 years
and
their daughter Rosamond Marjorie Hill
who died January 24th 1962 aged 62 years
also her husband Thomas Norman Hill
died 19th Jan 1983 aged 78 years
In
loving memory of
Arthur Henry Turnbull
fourth son of
William and Mary Ann Turnbull
who died April 22nd 1900
aged 35 years
"in the midst of life we are in death"
also of
Annie
the beloved wife of the above
who died January 3rd 1933
aged 69 years.
at rest.
In
loving memory of
William Turnbull
who died January 15th 1890
in the 67th year of his age
"thy will be done"
also of
Mary Ann,
the beloved wife of the above
who died February 8th 1908
in the 79th year of her age
not gone from memory, not gone from love
but gone to our father's home above.
In
loving memory of
John Thomas
eldest son of
William and Mary Ann Turnbull
who passed away July 25th 1908
aged 9(?)6 years
at rest?
also of Ann
the beloved wife of the above
who passed away July 6th 1934
aged 69 years
"safe in god's keeping"
In

loving memory of
George
third son of
William and Mary Ann Turnbull
died January 5th 1924
ageed 65 years
"peace, perfect peace"
also
William
second son of
William and Mary Ann Turnbull
died June 14th 1927
aged 71 years
"rest in peace"