For this church:
Kilvington St Mary
The churchyard is roughly circular in shape but truncated by a road on the south side; all of the graves are in the area to the south side of the church. It is still used as a burial ground.
There is a paved path running from the porch to the main churchyard entrance to the south. There is an additional gate to the east leading towards the rectory.
The oldest gravestones are to the east of the path and to the east of the chancel. There are two covered tombs to the east of the chancel.
John Throsby in the 1790s recorded the following inscription on a tomb in the churchyard: