Monument Details G03C

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Date of Death
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Stone Condition: Broken Material: Sandstone Length: 1.8 Breadth: 0.8 Depth: 0.06 Inscription Condition: Has no inscription Inscription Technique: Has no inscription Mason: Not known Pre 1855 no. N/A ( What's this? )

Monument Inscription

Has no inscription

Family History

During the course of the compilation of this account, it was deduced that there may be some gravestones lying beneath a gravel path. This path, which extended between the graveyard and the church building, had for most of its length been constructed of similar stones. Minor excavations revealed the truth in this deduction, whereby amongst two others, this stone was revealed.

Unfortunately, having been used over a very long period as a paving slab and no doubt aggravated by the covering of gravel, the face of the stone has been scoured of all identifiable marks.