I have been researching Covers in Bramshott for some time and have been cleaning headstone in the Churchyard to read inscriptions. A burial plan and list is held at the church and I have been provided with a Monumental Inscriptions survey of the Old part of the churchyard completed in 1936 by A H Salisbury, this was sent to me by Mrs Richard Redfearn of 201 Caledron Dr Chapel Hill, NC 27516.
Information provided is a combination of my own family history research and the above documents and is presently limited to Covers or related.
RE: S.A.G. transcription on findmypast.co.uk Stands for Society of Australian Genealogists. I am a member. It made a complete transcription of all Monumental Inscriptions in the 1980's for all denominations at Rookwood, as well as Waverley and South Head Cemeteries. It was just before I joined, so I was not involved then. Over the last decade or so, the Society has licensed the Findmypast.co.uk web-site to reproduce digital images of these transcriptions. When I create a list of Findagrave photo requests for these three cemeteries, I always check the transcriptions first, to see if there was a gravestone on the plot in the 1980s - it certainly makes the plot easier to find. The S.A.G. introduced a system of Row numbering for the transcription program, and when I edit Plot locations (many are in error, incorrectly relabelling the section as a row), I usually remove the Row number into parenthesis with the S.A.G. reference, just to conform to copyright requirements as regards to source citation.
RE: Samuel Cover The tree growing in the plot was too sturdy to move, but I managed to strip excess foliage to reveal the stone. I will re-photograph the stone when the light angle is better, and the shadow of the tree trunk moves to the side of the inscription.
William COVER at Rookwood I sincerely regret that the photos I posted for William COVER are not the right ones. The right plot is 13 plots distant in the adjacent Row, and I will take a photo of it next time I visit. I discovered this after cleaning up the fallen stone, and finding inscriptions for Eliza Ann WILLIAMS and her sons Samuel Foster and John Rayner WILLIAMS.