St John the Divine, Holme in Cliviger
St John the Divine is located in Holme in Cliviger, at OS grid reference SD876285.
The church was founded before 1522, and Ormerod entries from The Register of the Parochial Chapelry of St John-the-Divine (formerly St John the Evangelist) Holme-in-Cliviger (or Holmes Chapel) 1742-1841, can be found at the Parish Register of St John-the-Divine, Holme-in-Cliviger (1742-1841).
The churchyard contains the graves of Lieutenant-General James Yorke Scarlett, his wife, Charlotte (née Hargreaves), and Sir John Hardy Thursby.
|Sacred to the / MEMORY of / Ann the wife of John / Ormerod of Intack in / Stansfield who departed / this life April 1(?) 1822 / Aged 68 years. Also the / Body of the above named / John Ormerod who de- / parted this life April 21st / 1827. Aged 76 years. / Also MARY wife of ROBERT the / Eldest Son of the above named / JOHN and ANN ORMEROD / who departed this life Jan 12th / 1861/ Aged 72 years. / Also the above named ROBERT ORMEROD, who / departed this life February / 3rd 1869. Aged 86 years.|
|The grave of Sir James Yorke Scarlett (1799-1871) and his wife Charlotte (née Hargreaves) (1805-1888)|
|The gravestone of Ella Beatrice Thursby|
|IN EVER LOVING MEMORY OF / LOUISA HARRIET, WIDOW OF / COLONEL SIR JOHN HARDY THURSBY, BART, / BORN MARCH 8TH 1840, / DIED DECEMBER 17TH 1907. / "I AM THE RESURRECTION AND THE LIFE." / IN EVER LOVING MEMORY / OF / COLONEL SIR JOHN HARDY THURSBY, BART, / WHO DIED 16TH MARCH 1901, / AGED 74 YEARS. / "REST IN THE LORD."|
|SACRED / TO / the MEMORY / of ORMEROD the Son of PHILLIP / and GRACE HORSFIELD / who died August 9th 1830 in the 18th / Year of his Age. / Adiew my friends my thread of life is spun / the diamond will not cut nor solder run. / My body's turn'd to dust my griefs are past. / I hope to meet my Saviour at the last. / Also the above named GRACE, relict / of PHILIP HORSFIELD, and widow / of the late HENRY BLAKEBOROUGH / of Burnley, who departed this Life / December 2nd 1851. / Aged 60 years./ This life can little more supply. Than just to look about us and to die.|