|Stafford Chapel (brass)||To the Glory of God and in most loving memory of Rachel Anne Georgiana Howard:
this screen was placed here in 1914 A.D. by Edward Stafford Howard, Algar Henry Stafford Howard, Ruth Evelyn Cadogan and Alianore Rachel Talbot-Ponsoby.
|Middle Aisle||Here lyeth ye Body of John Tanner, Yeoman, of Kington, who died December. ye 3rd 1680.
Also Mary, his wife, and late wife of Henry Marsh of Morton, who died March ye 10th 1722. Aetatis suae 72. Momento mori.
|North Wall|| In memory of William Raymond, late of this parish, Esqr. who died 28th of July 1729, aged 56 years.
Also of Anna the beloved Wife of John Cullimore, grandson of the said Willm. Raymond. She died 24th Dec. 1806 aged 56.
|Cross Aisle||Edward Tayer of this parish, Gent. Died 31st of Decr. 1724 aged 42 years
Hester wife of Benjamin Addis of this Town and daughter of William and Martha Osborne of this Parish died the 23rd day of April 178..
|North Wall (brass)||Here lyeth the Body of John Tayer, Gent, eldest son of John Tayer, of Kington, Gent, and Sarah his wife, who departed this life, the 25th day of October 1703. Aetatis suae 29o..
|Cross Aisle||Here lyeth the Body of Anne Tayer, late of Thornbury, spinster, daughter of John and Sarah Tayer, the elder, of Kington, who departed this Life May the 3rd 1729. Aged 73.
Martha Cullimore Died Sep 6th 1807 aged 67 years
|Cross Aisle||Here lyeth the Body of Edward Tayer, Gent, of the parish of Olveston, formerly of tbis parish, who departed this life, the 31 day of December 1724-25. Aged 42 years.|
|Cross Aisle||Under this stone lyeth the Body of Sarah, the wife of John Tayer of Kington, Gent, and daughter of Phillip Davies, of Nettleton, in the county of Wilts, Gent, who departed this Life, August the 5th Anno Domini 1726. Aetatis suae 70.
|Chancel||Here lyeth the Body of Dorothy Thomson, relict of John Thompson, Citizen of London, Linnen Draper. She was the daughter of Edward and Mary Hill, Brintmarsh and granddaughter of Moore Hill, who liye near this place. She departed this Life, the 1 day of January 1737. Aged 70 years.|
|North Wall||Sacred to the Memory of H. N. C. Thurston, Late Capt. 13th Prince Alberts Light Infantry, of Awbridge House, Romsey, Hants, Died 17th October 1867, aged 37 years.
|North Wall||In Loving Memory of Hugh Champneys Thurston C.B. C.M.C. Col. A.M.S. Third Son of Obed Edward And Louisa Margaret Thurston Of Kington In This Parish Who Departed This Life 17th August 1919 Aged 57. He Served In The Wuntho Burma Expedition 1891 The South African War 1899-1902. The European War 1914-1918
“Blessed Are The Pure in Heart.”
|North Wall||In Beloved Memory of Hugh Stanley Thurston, Colonel C.B. C.M.G. C.B.E. Served on the Indian Frontier, in the South African War and in the Great War 1914-1918 – Third son of Hugh Kingsmill and Rosalie Thurston. Died 18th November 1945.|
|North Wall||In loving Memory Of Lieut. Hugo John Steele Thurston The East Yorkshire Regiment Only Son of Colonel H. C. Thurston C.B. C.M.C.A.M.S. Born 3rd December 1903 Died At Lucknow Of Pneumonia On The 14th of January 1931. The Gift Of God Is Eternal Life|
|Middle Aisle||Here lyeth the Body of John Thurston, son of Robert Thurston, Senior, and Elizabeth, his wife, who deceased the 1st day of February 1691, aged 29 years.
|Middle Aisle||Here resteth the Body of George Thurston, of Kinton. He left Mortality the 19 of November 1612, resting with his Sonns Horatius and Henry Thurston, Sonns to his therd wife, which Henry, gave this stone. Ann. Do. 1631.|
|Middle Aisle||Here lyeth the Body of Robert Thurston, senior, who departed this life, the 27th day of March, Anno Domini 1704 aged 84 years.
|Middle Aisle||Under this Stone lieth the Body of Edward Thurston youngest Son of John and Ursula Thurston of Kington in the Parish who departed this life the 20th of April 1806 aged 78 years.
|Sacred to the Memory of OBED EDWARD THURSTON for many years Churchwarden of this Parish, Eldest Son of John Thurston of Kington, who departed this life the 8th December 1899 aged 75 years.
Also of LOUISA MARGARET his wife who departed this life the 30th January 1902 aged 74 years.
Also of Ralph Neville Thurston fourth son of the above who departed this life at Shanghai China on the 18th March 1916 aged 49 years
|North Aisle||Here lyeth the Body of Robert Thurston, Jnr. of Thornbury, who departed this life the 26th day of October Anno Domini 1713. Aetatis suae 58.
|North Wall (under shelf)||In memory of William Till of the Park Farm Thornbury who died Dec. 15th 1888 and in grateful remembrance of his gratuitous service as Trustee for the daughters of the late William Jones of Rockhampton.
This window is dedicated and this monument inscribed in accordance with a request of the late Amelia Jones of Edgbaston, the latest survivor in the Trust.
|South Wall||“Omnium Versatur urna, serius, ocyus
Sors exitura”. Hor.
Sacred to the Memory of Anne Toll, spinster, daughter of Ashburnham Toll Esqr., of Northampton, and Granddaughter of Ashburnham Toll Esqr, of Graywell, in the County of Hants. She died at Clifton, in the 19th day of September 1824 in the 77th year of her age.
|North Aisle||Under this stone lyeth the Body of Sarah Townsend, sister to the above Edward Mathew, who died 7 June 1789. Aged 58 years.|
|Middle aisle||Here lyeth the Body of Elizabeth, late the wife of Jonathan Trewman and daughter of William Marsh of Morton, who deceased May 12th 1676, aged 32 years.
|North Aisle||Arms: “Sable on a fess Ermine between two lions passant guardant, impaling Gules, a Cross Vair.
To the Memory of Sarah Tyler, who died Decr. 8 1779. Aged 57 years. She was the eldest daughter of Walter Tyler, Gent, by Elizabeth his wife, who was one of the daughters of John Taylor, of this parish, Gent.
Also to the Memory of Elizabeth Tyler, sister of the above named Sarah Tyler, who died the 22 day of Febr. 1798. Aged 71.
|Chancel floor||There was formerly a raised Tomb of black marble which stood at the foot of the Altar, but when the Chancel was repaired the Tomb was taken down and the slab let into the floor with this Inscription on Brass and the figures of a man and woman, Son and Daughter with an Inscription upon a scroll over their heads but all gone except the Woman’s, at the four corners were Coat of Arms, the only one remaining is at the right hand corner at the bottom.
Viz: “Argent on a fess gules, between three Garbs sable, a martlet.
Thomas Tyndall Dyed the XXVlll of April, 1571. Ye se how Deathe dothe spare no Age no Kynde,
|Arms: “Vert three lions rampant regardant Argent, ducally crowned Or …. Tyson.
Crest: “A sinister Arm in Mail Or, hand proper, defended by an antique shield of the first, lined vert, with straps gules”.
Motto: “Virtue et Scientia. (the author commented – I have been informed that the last word should be ‘Sapiancia)’. In memory of Samuel Tyson of Hope Farm in this parish, Gent who died June 23rd 1740, aged 56 years.