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Headstones in the Graveyard of the Former Church of St Wilfred Approximately 200 Metres North of 'Kinross'

A Grade II Listed Building in Kinoulton, Nottinghamshire

Headstones at St Wilfrid Kinoulton, Anne Shittleworth 1730

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--3-- Rectangular slate with ornate scrolled lettering. Broken at top, to: Anne Shittleworth the Wife of William Shittleworth and relict of John Clarke d. 11th May 1730 aet 58. -Pale Death cannot find such Another/ so good A Wife so Kind A Mother/ In All her Actions so Discreet/ As she who lies here at your feet-. The Pale Death poem may indicate a victim of tuberculosis. (Photo Mar 2014).

Uploaded by Andrew H Jackson on 26 March 2014

Photo ID: 100478
Building ID: 101235909

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