John Alfred Arnesby Brown grave monument: legible names and details
John Alfred Arnesby Brown
Please note that all ages and dates of birth in red have been calculated and are probably not on the monument.
The calculated dates of birth should be treated with caution as in many cases it can be one year out.
The calculated dates of birth should also be treated with caution as the ages given on monuments are often inaccurate.
The names above are all the names that are listed on the grave monument. It is most likely that only the entries with dates and ages are interred in the grave.
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I am researching the Nottingham born artist Sir John Alfred Arnesby Brown RA (1866-1955) for our local history society and would be grateful if you could send me a copy of the monumental plaque in the Haddiscoe church.
Many thanks, Kay
I am reseaching a family tree for a friend. Sir John Alfred Arnesby Brown was her mother's brother.
I like his paintings and am just interested
My cousins and I are doing a one name search of the surname 'Arnsby' - commonly spelled 'Arnesby'.
The surname is so rare we suspect all the Arnsby's / Arnesby's are connected.
I would be happy to help but I am in Canada, near Toronto. If anyone would like some assistance from this area I would be more than happy to help.
My grandmother was left his home The White House Haddescoe after his death.
I am writing a short article on Arnesby Brown for our local arts magazine at Southwell - to coincide with an exhibition of his work at Nottingham Castle
My partner and I very much admire the work of Sir John Alfred Arnesby Brown and we are interested in finding out more about his life and works. We would be very grateful if you could send us a higher res. image of his memorial inscription, as we very much hope to visit St. Mary's in Haddiscoe in the near future.