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Latitude: 51.616 / 51°36'57"N
Longitude: -0.3158 / 0°18'56"W
OS Eastings: 516703
OS Northings: 192141
OS Grid: TQ167921
Mapcode National: GBR 6V.WK3
Mapcode Global: VHGQ9.GNX1
Entry Name: The Tomb of Betty Jellicoe St Johns Churchyard
Listing Date: 3 March 2003
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1096146
English Heritage Legacy ID: 490111
Location: Harrow, London, HA7
Electoral Ward/Division: Stanmore Park
Built-Up Area: Harrow
Traditional County: Middlesex
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London
Church of England Parish: St John the Evangelist Great Stanmore
Church of England Diocese: London
1157/0/10064 The Tomb of Betty Jellicoe, St John's
Tomb of Betty Jellicoe d.1911. Carrara marble. Mason not known. A variant on the Athenian stela, or grave-marker, comprising a scallop-headed upright, against which is a high relief carving of an angelic girl, clutching a posy of flowers and soaring heavenwards. The inscription closes 'Gracious Saviour Gentle Shepherd / Little Ones are dear to Thee / Gathered with thine Arms and carried / In thy Bosom may she be / Sweetly fondly safely tended / From all want and Danger free'.
HISTORY: Betty was the five-year old daughter of Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe (1859-1935) and his wife Florence n(e Cayzer; at the time of her death he was serving as Commander of the Atlantic Fleet. He went on to command the Royal Navy at the Battle of Jutland in 1916. An unusual memorial, probably incorporating a portrait of the dead girl, encapsulating the tender sentimentality of its date. It also has strong group value with the adjoining tomb to W.S. Gilbert and the churchyard beyond.
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