Jack and Tom Shaw
Four fishermen lost their lives in 1933 while looking for mussels for bait. They were engrossed in the job and did not realise that their boat had come adrift from its moorings and all were drowned. They were brothers Tom and Jack Shaw Albert Wells and Frederick P. Lloyd. Their graves are stright up the main path in the old cemetery to the left hand side. The gravestone states "In loving memory of Jack aged 36 years and Tom Shaw aged 29 years, who were drowned in the Tees, March 13th 1933 with the epitaph "Some day we will understand." Treasured memories of Frederick P. Lloyd died Mardh 13th 1933, aged 17 years.