William Willmott Henderson grave monument in St Leonard Church burial ground, Deal, Kent, England

William Willmott Henderson grave monument: legible names and details

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Rear Admiral William Willmott Henderson
1854661788first name on monumentDied at sea.
Margaretta Henderson
1853621791wife of William Willmott Henderson


Please note that all ages and dates of birth in red have been calculated and are probably not on the monument.

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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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For my PhD research I am looking for a person involved in navigation or in the production of the instruments used for it. The name I have is 'Willm' (with the m in superscript, so most likely William) Henderson. I was hoping to find out where Henderson died from his grave stone. many thanks in advance for your cooperation, Nicolās www.dehilster.info
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Location of the above William Willmott Henderson monument

St Leonard Church burial ground, Deal, Kent, England

St Leonard Church burial ground, Deal
St Leonard Church burial ground

Notes about St Leonard Church burial ground

The ancient parish church of the Cinque Port of Deal contains many 18th century gravestones and a few of the 17th century. The earliest stone found in the graveyard relates to a burial in 1666. Many of these stones are badly weathered and wholly or partly illegible. The transcriptions undertaken in the late 18th century and published at http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/Libr/MIs/MIsDealStLeonard/01.htm have been used to supplement the photographs where possible. The church was locked at the time of my visit and so there are no photographs of the interior. All legible stones in the graveyard have been transcribed.

Reasons why the image for this memorial was requested

For my PhD research I am looking for a person involved in navigation or in the production of the instruments used for it. The name I have is 'Willm' (with the m in superscript, so most likely William) Henderson. I was hoping to find out where Henderson died from his grave stone. many thanks in advance for your cooperation, Nicolās www.dehilster.info

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