Burial register transcriptions to follow (meanwhile, they can be searched 1813-1911 on FreeREG).
Photographs of headstones and memorial plaques. The gallery is hosted at Flickr – click on an image below to see a larger version on Flickr. The oldest surviving stone grave in the churchyard is that of a twelfth-century crusader, and the churchyard is still open for cremation interments (not included here). I have been able to identify some headstones where a lot of the inscription has worn away, from the burial register. The church was open when I visited, so memorial plaques and a stained glass window feature in this gallery as well as the headstone inscriptions from outside.