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Tombstones Forming Path Adjoining South Side of South Side of South Aisle of Church of St Mary Magda, Twin Rivers

Description: Tombstones Forming Path Adjoining South Side of South Side of South Aisle of Church of St Mary Magda

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 September 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 165432

OS Grid Reference: SE8086522689
OS Grid Coordinates: 480865, 422689
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6944, -0.7768

Location: Church Lane, Twin Rivers, East Riding of Yorkshire DN14 8HQ

Locality: Twin Rivers
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: DN14 8HQ

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Listing Text

(south side)
1/44 Tombstones forming path
adjoining south side of
south aisle of Church of
St Mary Magdalene


Group of 6 tombstones. Early - mid C18, reset as path. Ashlar. South of
second bay of church aisle: 1) to John Wressel of 1711 with verse and
additional inscriptions to Nicholas Wressel of 1718 and Mary Empson of 1790.
South of third bay: 2) to Elizabeth, wife of John Thompson, and four
children, of 1735, with relief carving of a pair of cherub's heads above
inscription; 3) to Joshua Dickens of 1707, with additional inscription to
wife Sarah of 1714; 4) to George Dunn Younger of 1748 with verse. South of
fourth bay: 5) to Ann, wife of John Lightfoot, and daughter Ann, of 1738,
with inscription beneath incised segmental arch; 6) to Joseph Whitehead of
1730, with additional inscription to Joseph his father of 1736, beneath
incised segmental arch with scrolled decoration.

Listing NGR: SE8086622687

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Source: English Heritage

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