Tablet in Blithfield Church - Mary Crawley : sepia wash

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Date:1800 - 1899 (c.)

Description:Tablet made of white marble, situated on the north side of the chancel. Inscribed in Latin to Mary Crawley, d. 27 August 1658. She afterwards married Lambard and Richardson. [The tablet is now in the vestry.] Artist: J.R. Fernyhough.


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1800s
Memorial slab in Blithfield Church - Walter Broughton : pen and ink drawing
Memorial slab in Blithfield Church - Walter Broughton : pen and ink drawing

Engraved alabaster slab on the floor of the chancel, to Walter, the eldest son of ...

1820s
Font in Blithfield Church: sepia drawing
Font in Blithfield Church: sepia drawing

Octagonal font with four bands of moulding.'J.B.,' [John Buckler.]

1840s
Blithfield Church: sepia drawing
Blithfield Church: sepia drawing

View of the new vestry on the north side of the Church. Artist: John Buckler.

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Donor ref:SV-II.54a (45/7644)

Source: William Salt Library

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