Gladstone Graves, off St Deiniol’s Churchyard, Hawarden

Hawarden‘s most famous inhabitant, William Ewart Gladstone is himself buried in Westminster Abbey with his wife beside him.

Some of his descendants are, though buried in Hawarden, off St Deiniol’s Churchyard. Their graves are a bit overgrown, however.

William Henry Gladstone, 3/6/1840 – 4/7/1881. Son of William Ewart Gladstone:-

Gladstone's Son's Grave, St Deiniol's Churchyard, Hawarden

William Glynne Charles Gladstone, born 14th July 1886. Lord Lieutenant of the County of Flint, MP for Kilmarnock Burgh. Grandson of William Ewart Gladstone.

Gladstone Grave, St Deiniol's Churchyard, Hawarden

On the same gravestone, Evelyn Catherine Gladstone, 2/1/1882 – 11/12/1958. Brother of William Glynne Charles Gladstone:-

aGladstone  A Gladstone's Grave,St Deiniol's Churchyard, Hawarden

Behind the above (double) grave is that of Herbert John, Viscount Gladstone, 1854-1930, and his wife Dorothy Mary, 1876-1953, who are buried in an iron surrounded enclosure:-

Herbert John, Viscount Gladstone, St Deiniol's Churchyard, Hawarden

Grave inscriptions:

(i) -1910 Secretary of State for the Home Department:-

Viscount Gladstone's Grave, St Deiniol's Churchyard, Hawarden

(ii) First Governor General of South Africa:-

Inscription Viscount Gladstone's Grave, St Deiniol's Churchyard

(iii) Wise and generous and true he fough.. (indecipherable):-

St Deiniol's Churchyard, Hawarden, Viscount Gladstone's Grave Inscription

Erskine William Gladstone, died 28/3/2018, aged 92. Great-grandson of William Ewart Gladstone?

Erskine William Gladstone, t Deiniol's Churchyard, Hawarden

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