General view of the church
Squadron leader John Edward Gibbs and his wife Pamela Florence (Jankey) nee Sanderson
Gladys Nellie Naish who died aged 100 years
Lilian May Richards, mother of Ella, Una and Audrey and a son who died in infancy
Claire was surprised to see these gravestones for pets just outside the churchyard.
Grave of Winston Churchill and his wife Clementine
Diana Churchill, Sarah Churchill, Christopher Soames, Mary Soames. Daughter of Winston & Clementine Churchill
John Strange Spencer Churchill and his wife Yvonne
Consuelo Vanderbilt Balsan. Mother of the 10th Duke of Marlborough
Winston Spencer Churchill
The Danish Resistance Movement pays homage to the Memory of Sir Winston Churchill
John Albert Edward William, 10th Duke of Marlborough. Mary Alexandra Beatrice, Duchess of Marlborough.
John H. Smith J.P
PHILADELPHIA AND CHRIST CHURCH
Seven signers of the Declaration of Independence
Religious Liberty. Dedicated to the people of the United States by the Order B'Nai B'Rith and Israelites of America.
James Wilson, a signer of the Declaration of Independence
Captain William White Dorr
Founders who in 1695 brought the English Church to this colony.
CHRIST CHURCH BURIAL GROUND
Francis Hopkinson, signer of the Declaration of Independence
George Ross, served in the Continental Congress and signed the Declaration of Independence
Joseph Hewes. Delegate to all five provincial congresses. Member Continental Congress. Signer of Declaration of Independence
Peter Kurtz Sr, organist of Christ Church for 41 years
Col. Edward Buncombe. A North Carolina revolutionary war hero.
Gerald J. Connelly Jr, seaman, soldier, safecracker.
Edwin Jesse DeHaven. Commanded the 1st Grinnell expedition to the Arctic in search of Sir John Franklin.
John Clark. Whilst laudably engaged in saving his Fellow Citizens property from the Flames was suddenly killed by the falling of the wall of the building on Fire.
Benjamin Rush, M.D. Father of American Psychiatry. Signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Passed Midshipman James Lawrence
William Henry Drayton
B. Franklin, Printer
Francis Bowes Sayre, M.D. Died of yellow fever in Philadelphia bravely caring for patients in the epidemic.
Commodore Uriah Phillips Levy
In memory of the many American Soldiers who, during the war for independence, died prisoners of war in the jails of Philadelphia and were buried in this ground.
WASHINGTON SQUARE, PHILADELPHIA
Memorial to Unknown Soldiers.
BETSY ROSS MEMORIAL
Betsy Ross's grave next to her house