Friends of Hastings Cemetery
In the faith of
Janet Keith Barnes
"Thou hast delivered
My soul from death."
Her brother, Keith Henry Barnes, the Rector at Cattistock, was responsible for the installation of a 35-
“In grateful memory of Keith Henry Barnes, M.A. Rector of this Parish...........
Also of Janet Keith Barnes, his sister, who died Oct 24 1899. She, in addition to many valuable gifts to the church, furnished and deocorated the Baptistery, and by her will provided for the maintenance of the Carillon.”
In a list of the bell givers Janet’s reads:
Mark well the passing hour, | the tolling Bell | life's end doth tell. | To the Glory of God. | Severin van Aerschodt cast me the Tenor of a peal of eight, | at Louvain, and JANET KEITH BARNES gave me to the Church | of S. S. Peter and Paul, Cattistock, 1872.
The Guardian,December 6, 1899
Miss Janet Keith Barnes, of St. Catherine’s, Horndean, Southampton, who died on October 24th, aged sixty-
She bequeathed to the Additional Curates Society 4001..-
Charity Of Janet Keith Barnes
This charity was registered on 15 Aug 1967, it was removed from the register on 06 Sep 2012.
Reason for removal: funds spent up (s.75).
Income for maintenance and repair of the carillon at Cattistock. Surplus income for the benefit of any matter or thing in connection with the parish church of Cattistock.
There is some information at http://www.manfamily.org/PDFs/Sheldon%20Craddock%20and%20his%20successors%20for%20the%20internet.pdf
BARNES, Janet K, is a visitor in London Road, aged 58 living on her own means. She was born in Marylebone. Her maid, Rose Woolgar was with her.
Remembered on a family memorial at Cattistock:
“And of their grandchildren JANET KEITH died
1899 and Revd KEITH HENRY died 1902 children
of KEITH and ELIZABETH BARNES.
Cattisord Church, Dorset