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High up on the wall of the south aisle the white marble monument commemorates Peter Goldsmith MD. Coincidentally, Dr Goldsmith is buried in the churchyard at Wensley next to another naval surgeon, Thomas Maude. The heart of which is Bolton Hall in Wensley. However the local geology conspires to prevent her final wishes being. A beautiful marble monument honours the memory of Daisy, wife of Marmaduke Viscount Furness of Grantley. She was buried at sea on 25th February off the coast of Portugal. Lady Daisy, who had been active as a Red Cross nurse during the First World War, was en route by sea with her husband to join her children and her mother-in-law in the South of France.

There is a legend that the folk of Dating tombstones are fond of telling, of a resident vampire. Although he was noted for a remarkable sprightliness in one so old. The townsfolk Radio tay dating this to a pact that Dating tombstones was said to have made with the Devil. Those claiming to have seen the resurrected George suffered a swift demise. You can still see the hole and the top of the shorn stake today. Robert Willance was a prosperous tradesman in Richmond.

He enjoyed riding out alone up dale, whatever the weather. In the severely restricted visibility he ended up making an unplanned leap over the edge of Whitecliff Scar. Although the medical fraternity of the day deems amputation necessary. Tho' time has defaced too many of the letters to render the remainder intelligible, yet you may easily perceive fragments of the Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Arabian, Saxon, Scotch, and Irish characters; some dates yet visible declare they were written before the coming of Christ; and indeed if one considers the walls, the thickness of them, and the durableness of the stone of which they are composed - I suspect he was confused by the Runic monuments many of which either were in, or had been removed out of superstition to, the churchyards.

In England before, and during the 17th Century, it would appear that most graves went unmarked, except possibly by small stones or simple wooden crosses with more permanent tombstones only appearing post Commonwealth i. Feltham notes a few 17th century stones with just initials, year and age e. As in many things the Island lagged about a generation apart from developments in England - the statistics derived from Feltham would appear to show that tombstones started to become popular from around The island is rich in slate, which material had been used for the 10th century Runic crosses and which weathers well - some of the earliest are tall slate posts with a simply carved 'Here lieth the body of xxx.

In many cases the slab was re-used for later memorials which show the employment of professional masons. Iron Railings were used to protect individual graves and their tombstones - Feltham mentions a few in his survey though most of these and the more common Victorian railings were removed in a misguided war effort aroundthe wrought iron recovered was unusable but much of the appearance of the yards was damaged. The churchyard had to be walled to keep out animals - the upkeep of this wall was split between the various quarterlands who then treated the ground adjacent to their section of the wall as the burial ground for that quarterland.

Sextons were not employed until late 19th century, each family arranged for the grave to be dug - it would appear that there was a common practice of reserving spaces as many yards contain small undated marker stones "X's burying place" which from their lettering would appear to date from late 18th century - in some cases a burial date was added.

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By mid 18th century the cm head stone was becoming the norm - these would be oriented east-west Dating tombstones the body placed below the east-facing surface generally used for the inscription head to the west 'to be ready to resurrect facing Tmobstones when the last trumpet sounds'. Some Manx inscriptions have been recorded but most of these were post and often Methodist inspired as they often quote from the Manx Hymn book These stones, generally of slate, had a rounded top - early 19th century examples would have a small roundel on top - within or just under this would be a small rosette of petals which design was easily marked out using a compass divider.

TBC Recorded age at Death Feltham's list can also give a distribution of ages at death - the following is across all parishes except for the unrecorded Kirk Braddan.

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