Bewcastle and Bailey families, the final resting place of the famous Border Reiver clans. A full description of each grave, together with a plan of the churchyard showing numbered graves, index of persons, index of places and miscellaneous index, is available on CD in Word, Rich Text and Adobe Acrobat format, for both PC and Macintosh, either to pick up in the church Bewcastle is one of the last, unspoilt areas of Britain. Farmed, lived in and fought over for three thousand years, it still retains the rugged splendour of the border regions. This is the haunt of buzzard, curlew and lapwing. While sheep now graze over much of the land, the fells and 'wastes' have changed little since prehistoric times.