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Inscription on The Fox Family Tomb

The Fox Family  Tomb.pdf
The Fox family tomb is the large green tomb on the west side of All Saints church listed number 7. The tomb can be seen when walking along Queen Street. The inscription shows that Simon Fox jnr. was a well travelled intelligent man and that Nathaniel Fox was a wealthy charitable man.
The reference to Greshams refers to Gresham’s School (Holt,…

All Saints Churchyard circa 1900

churchyard toward QH c1910.jpg
A view of the churchyard looking towards Queen Street.

Gravestone - 90 - 94

90 Catherine Garrod.jpg
Gravestones in All Saints Church churchyard.

Gravestone 80 - 89

80 1 Thomas Green Bennett.jpg
Gravestones in All Saints Church churchyard.

Gravestone - 60 - 69

60 1 Christopher Smith.jpg
Gravestones in All Saints Church churchyard.

Gravestones 50 - 59

57 2 Mary Ann Boast.jpg
Gravestones in All Saints Church churchyard

Gravestone 40 - 49

40 1 Fanny Foulsham.jpg
Gravestone 40 1 Fanny Foulsham, 41 Susan and John Foulsham, 42 Ellen Rush, 43 3 Mary and Charles Rush, 44 Harriet and Harry Rush, 45 Jessie Foulsham, 46 Lucy Foulsham, 47 Minnie Foulsham, 48 Richard Sarah and George Beecroft, 49 Francis Betts

Gravestones 29 - 39

29 1 John Musk.jpg
Gravestones 29 John Musk, 31 Sarah and James Percy, 32 1 Carrie and Charles Rush, 33 Daniel and Susann Walne , 34 John Walne, 35 R Mary Beechcroft & 36 L Elizabeth Walne , 37 William Girling, 38 RHS John Farrow, 38 LHS Sarah Farrow, 39 Margaret Rush

Gravestones 21-28

21 John and Mary Aldous.jpg
21 John and Mary Aldous, 22 Catherine and Emma Garrod, 24 Jonathan and Rhoda Davy, 25 Thomas Bumpstead,
26 Sarah Davy, 26 Side Alice Davy, 27 Francis Allum, 28 Manalath Allum,

Church Graveyard Graves - series

North of church grave nos.jpg
A plan of the graveyard around All Saints Church and a list of names to correspond.