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Description: Memorial to Thomas Ramsay About 42 Metres South of Mortuary Chapels in Blaydon Cemetery
Date Listed: 18 November 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 303791
OS Grid Reference: NZ1882762999
OS Grid Coordinates: 418827, 562999
Latitude/Longitude: 54.9613, -1.7075
NZ 16 SE BLAYDON SHIBDON ROAD
4/24 Memorial to Thomas Ramsay
about 42 metres south of
mortuary chapels in Blaydon
Memorial to Thomas Ramsay, died 1873, by G. Burn, Newcastle. Erected by
the miners of Durham to commemorate his long and self-sacrificing labours
in the cause of human progress. Sandstone pedestal, with inscription on east
face, bears statue of man in Victorian dress with a scroll under his left
arm. 4 pillars with clasping bands support a tall gabled crocketed canopy.
Listing NGR: NZ1882762999
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Source: English Heritage
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