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Henry Frederick Gover grave monument in St John Church burial ground, Bishop Monkton, Yorkshire, England

Henry Frederick Gover grave monument: legible names and details

full nameburial
Henry Frederick Gover
1906721834first name on monument
Edith Florence Gover
1928551873daughter of Henry Frederick Gover
Emma Gover
1919871832wife of Henry Frederick Gover

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Location of the above Henry Frederick Gover monument

St John Church burial ground, Bishop Monkton, Yorkshire, England

St John Church burial ground, Bishop Monkton
St John Church burial ground

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