Davis, Stringer b. June 4, 1899 d. August 29, 1973 Actor. Born in Cheshire, England, he was a mild-mannered performer best known for supporting roles in films. He began his career in the theatre and made his film debut in "Charles and Mary (1938). After serving in the British Army during World War II, he resumed his career appearing in nearly 30 films to include "Miranda" (1948), "The Runaway Bus" (1954), "The March Hare" (1956), "Big Time Operators" (1957) and "I'm Alright Jack" (1959). He was also married to actress Dame Margaret Rutherford...[Read More] (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) St James Churchyard, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, England Plot: Central circle of second half of churchyard next to path
Rutherford, Dame. Margaret b. May 11, 1892 d. May 22, 1972 Renowned British actress, most famous for her performances as 'Miss Marple.' Other memorable performances include 'Madame Arcati' in "Blythe Spirit" (1945). She was awarded an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for "The V.I.P.s" (1963). A poster of Dame Margaret was a popular mural on the walls of college dorm rooms in the late sixties. She also hosted a provocative documentary, "The Stately Ghosts of England," about this time. (Bio by: Kieran Smith) St James Churchyard, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, England Plot: Central circle of second half of churchyard next to path.