Buried at AI H25 is Ellen Ludlam and two of her daughters, Alice and Edith.

Ludlam Ellen Harriet, aged 65, 16/11/1883, born 1818 (Mother)

Ludlam Alice Mary, aged 70, 01/02/1915  born 1835

Ludlam Edith Rose aged 82, 20-06-1934 born 1853

There is at least one other daughter, Florence Emily Beasley, who died aged 48.  She is buried in her husband’s family tomb.

Alice M. Ludlam, hon. Sec. National anti - vivisection society, Hastings, St. Leonards and district, branch.

Alice M. Ludlam, hon. Sec. St. John Ambulance Association, The Institute, Claremont.

LUDLAM, Alice. Christ Church member, and of the CBS[?] from 1873-1916; jewelled silver ciborium given in her memory.

LUDLAM, Misses. No.43 Kenilworth Rd, 1887
In 1891 Alice and Edith are living at “Castlerigg”, St Leonards, with two servants.
Ludlam, Misses ‘Mapledene’, Gilbert Rd, 1903.

Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Saturday 23 June 1934

LOSS TO CHRIST CHURCH Death of Miss E. K. Ludlam. The death occurred on Monday at 2. Gordon Mansion, St. Leonards, of Miss Edith Rose Ludlam, at the age of 82 years.  She came to reside in the town some 50 years ago, and with her sister, who died in 1915, showed a great interest in all local good works and causes.  Devoted churchwomen, they attached themselves wholeheartedly to the service of Christ Church, subscribing liberally to all its objects in a quiet and unostentatious manner.  In politics they were staunch Conservatives, and were members of the Primrose League, in the ranks of which they attained distinction.

Both were fond of sport, and were followers of the East Sussex Hounds, and their love of animals, particularly of horses and dogs, was striking.

The loss of her sister was a great blow to Miss Ludlam, and since then she had lived alone in a quiet way, doing all she could to help others, and there will be many causes which will feel the loss of her support.  She was zealous in all her good words and works. ...

 The principal mourners were Mr. Charles Gerald Beasley and Mr. Harry Geoffrey Beasley (nephews)……..

LUDLAM, Edith Rose. Black folded chasubles, high mass set, presented in her memory in 1935.