Thomas Arnold grave monument in St George Church burial ground, Goltho, Lincolnshire, England

Thomas Arnold grave monument: legible names and details

full nameburial
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agebirth
date
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Thomas Arnold
1898781820first name on monumentHusband of Elizabeth Arnold.
Elizabeth Arnold
wife of Thomas ArnoldWife of Thomas Arnold.


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.

Geographic location of this grave

Geo-north/south: 53.2827

Geo-east/west: 0.3271

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These grave details have been viewed 203 times since the cemetery was last updated on 04 April 2014.

This graves photo has been requested twice since the cemetery was last updated on 04 April 2014.

Reasons why the image for this monument was requested

They are my great great great great grandparents on my grandmothers side! Thomas was born in Leasingham, Sleaford and Elizabeth was born in Sleaford. I live near sleaford now. You provided me with an image for my great grandparents on my dads side from Scotland South Queensferry, Charles and Jemima Earl. I was very surprised to see this gravestone in a remote church. Thomas was a farm labourer so probably moved around and ended up there.
Potential 4x Great Grandmother - Many thanks - Happy New Year!
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Location of the above Thomas Arnold monument

St George Church burial ground, Goltho, Lincolnshire, England

St George Church burial ground, Goltho
St George Church burial ground

Notes about St George Church burial ground

This brick built church was built in Tudor times and was very simply presented inside. It was a favourite of the poet John Betjemen. Unfortunately it burned down after a lightning strike in October 2013 and the photographs show what remains. It is not possible to enter the church now, but the graves are still there. The location is very remote and the only access to the graveyard is by a track over farmland. The name Goltho is reputed to be Saxon for ‘where Marigolds grow’. It no longer exists as a hamlet, but there are parish records available for the church when it was part of a wider area community of people from nearby Wragby and Rand among others.

Reasons why the image for this memorial was requested

They are my great great great great grandparents on my grandmothers side! Thomas was born in Leasingham, Sleaford and Elizabeth was born in Sleaford. I live near sleaford now. You provided me with an image for my great grandparents on my dads side from Scotland South Queensferry, Charles and Jemima Earl. I was very surprised to see this gravestone in a remote church. Thomas was a farm labourer so probably moved around and ended up there.
Potential 4x Great Grandmother - Many thanks - Happy New Year!

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