Sincere Thanks are due to the following, without
whose help this project would not have been possible:
The Vicar and Churchwardens of St Leonard's Church The Vicar and Churchwardens of St Peter's Church
for letting us loose in their churchyard,
making life easier by clearing overgrown areas,
and permitting us to unearth and replace disturbed stones.
together with the Blatchington Parishioners,
for allowing us to tramp around their lovely church and churchyard,
and hack away at bushes and undergrowth in search of stones.
Seaford Women's InstituteBowden House School
for letting us in to photograph and record their memorial. for letting us in to photograph and record their memorial.
The Vicar of the Church of St Thomas MoreLewes District Council Parks & Cemeteries Department
for welcoming and trusting us. for facilitating access and providing Seaford Cemetery plans.
Seaford Museum & Heritage Society
especially local historian Kevin Gordon (for many years the Society's Chronicler), for documentation, advice and
kind permission to use a number of photographs from The Museum's very interesting collection. *
Also Patricia & Michael Wood and Betty & Cyril Landrock, whose 1999 survey of St Leonard's proved very helpful.

Memorial Inscription Readers
St Peter's:
Ailsa, Ann, Bob, Dave, Diana, Maureen & Rodney.
St Peter's group St Peter's group
St Leonard'sSt Thomas MoreMemorial Benches
Ailsa, Ann, Bob, Jane, Maureen, Paul,
Richard & Rodney
Bob & Maureen Maureen
Seaford CemeteryOther Sites
Ailsa, Bob, Jane, Maureen, Richard & Sue Any or all of the foregoing.
PhotographyPlans of St Peter's & St Leonard'sWebsite
Ann, Bob and/or Maureen
Except where stated *
Rodney Castleden Bob
Many thanks to others who have chipped in with help from time to time.

In Memoriam

Richard Steel
An enthusiastic and much loved member
of SeaMIG, who died on 24 June 2018.

We are most grateful to Cooper & Son,
Funeral Directors of Seaford, Lewes, Heathfield and Uckfield, for sponsoring the SeaMIG website 2015-20.

* see Copyright
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