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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, John Watts 1787 and wives Elizabeth 1771 and 1786

Uploader's Comments

-16a- Close up of panel. The skeleton holds the trumpet with casual ease, to my C20th eye as though it were an electric megaphone, not in immediate use, on a school sports day. The sculptor must have observed the trumpet or cornet player in the church band often enough to capture an accurate likeness of their behaviour. If this is so, we also have a picture showing how a farm worker carried his scythe when otherwise encumbered. (Photo Mar 2014).

Uploaded by Andrew H Jackson on 26 March 2014

Photo ID: 100486
Building ID: 101235909

 
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