There are several tablets and brasses on the south wall of the nave as follows:

A Brass Plaque
A Stone Plaque
To the Glory of God
and in loving memory of
Clayton Louis Glyn J.P.
Elder son of William Peake Glyn
of Durrington House Harlow
Born 13th July 1857 Died 15th November 1915
In Loving Memory of
Guy Gilbey, J.P.
Of Sheering Hall 5th Son of
Sir Walter Gilbey, 1st Baronet
He served as Captain in the
Remount Service 1914-1918
Born March 9.1868. Died June 14.1930
   
War Memorial Brass Plaque with the inscription
War Memorial Stone Plaque with the inscription
To the Glory of God and in
Honoured Memory of the Men
of this Parish Who Laid Down
Their Lives in the Service of
Their Country in the Great War
1914-1919
The World War 1939-1945
In loving memory of
Leonard Bass                   Frederick Gregory
Frank Bird                       Isaac Hawks
Jasper Cakebread            Charles Locke
Ernest Chappell               Frederick Mackenzie
Tom Clanford                  John Norris
Harry Fardell                   William Pettitt
William G Felstead           Edwin Reid
William Felstead              Albert Rout
William Felstead             Tom Rushworth
Albert French                 William Saunders
Douglas Burton
Reginald William Crouchman
Douglas Jellicoe Hanchett
Norman Lewis Jackson
William George Wood
They gave their lives for us
We will remember them
   
Marble Memorial with inscription
In the vault near the south door
are deposited the mortal remains of the
REVD. THOMAS MILLS
Vicar of Bumpstead Helion, in this county,
and late fellow of Trinity College Cambridge.
He departed this life at Cheltenham
on the 8th day of July 1852 aged 59 years
Also in the same vault are deposited the remains of
John George Mills
Coval Hall in this county
December 19th 1834 aged 24 years,
Eldest son of the above mentioned Thomas Mills
And Hester his wife by whom this monument is
erected.
In the same vault are deposited the remains of
the above named Hester Mills
who died at Southend, in this county;
December 31st 1871, aged 83 years