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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, Henrietta Bates 1786

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33. Large, classical with fine detail, to: Henrietta wife of William Bates d. 7th Nov 1786 in 40th yr. -Leaving behind to mourn their own Loss/ or rather to rejoice in her happy Translation/ to Glory-. -Four sons and four daughters-. -Friendly Reader/( ) be as Mild/ ( ) thy Life as kindness/ ( ) thy Soul like hers ( )/ (obscured and submerged). Graffiti, N Wilkes 1861, and Wm Smith 1867 were made when the slate surface was less than 60 years old. Since then, the slate has had three times as long to harden. (Photo Mar 2014).

Uploaded by Andrew H Jackson on 26 March 2014

Photo ID: 100501
Building ID: 101235909

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