A note in my grandmother, Margaret's, handwriting. Her father was the monumental mason who carved the tablets that were installed at St. Mark's.
A closeup of the clock face on the Northern side of the tower of St Mark's [].
The Parish church of St Mark's at Woodley. Taken from Redhouse Lane. The terraced houses in the background are on Stockport Road East.
St Mark's church at Woodley viewed across the burial ground from St Mark's Street.
The lych gate of St Mark's church []. On the left is Redhouse Lane. On the right is the A560, Stockport Road East.
History of the marble tablets which flank the altar at St. Mark's in Woodley.
Photos of an event last year @ St. Mark's with altar and tablets in background.
Derrick & Doreen at the altar between the stone tablets carved by Doreen's grandfather, Wright Tweedale Stafford of Woodley.
My grandmother's niece, Doreen, and her bridesmaids about to enter St. Mark's for her wedding to Derrick Jones.
Postcard of the altar and marble tablets in St. Mark's. The tablet on one side is carved with The Lord's Prayer & the other tablet in carved with the Ten Commandments by monumental mason, Wright Tweedale Stafford.
Postcard of St. Mark's
St. Mark's Church of England on Google maps.
The A560 viewed from the top deck of a bus outside St Mark's church.
The church [] dates back to 1847 and the graveyard covers around three times the area seen here and so I wouldn't care to estimate who many folk are buried here.
It has an elaborate and somewhat incongruous lychgate.