Elizabeth Appleton grave monument in St Mary Magdalene Church burial ground, Yarm on Tees, Yorkshire, England

Elizabeth Appleton grave monument: legible names and details

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agebirth
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Elizabeth Appleton
1760631697first name on monument
Eunice Appleton
173631733daughter of Elizabeth Appletondied May 19th
James Appleton
1768661702husband of Elizabeth Appletondied Nov 20th
Eunice Harrison
1762981664relationship not given of Elizabeth Appletonwidow of Anthony Harrison died Sep 10th
Anthony Harrison
relationship not given of Elizabeth Appleton
James Appleton
1768291739son of Elizabeth Appletondied at Jamaica June 18th

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Location of the above Elizabeth Appleton monument

St Mary Magdalene Church burial ground, Yarm on Tees, Yorkshire, England

St Mary Magdalene Church burial ground, Yarm on Tees
St Mary Magdalene Church burial ground

Notes about St Mary Magdalene Church burial ground

The current church building is the third to stand on the site. The first was a wooden Saxon building of which no traces remain. A Norman church was built in the late 12th Century and remained until 1728 when it was razed by fire. The present Georgian church was built from the remains of the second in 1730.

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