Robert Rising grave monument in All Saints Church burial ground, Horsey, Norfolk, England

Robert Rising grave monument: legible names and details

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Squire Robert Rising
08/03/18858407/09/1801first name on monumentThis stone is on the outside of the church wall; above the grave. Robert RISING (1768 to 1841) of West Somerton purchased the Horsey Estate from the BROGRAVE family in 1803. His son (also Robert 1801 to 1885) rebuilt the Hall in 1845 soon after his fathers death. The RISING family's connection with Horsey ended upon Robert's death in 1885.
Elizabeth Rising
10/07/18827513/04/1807wife of Robert Rising

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Location of the above Robert Rising monument

All Saints Church burial ground, Horsey, Norfolk, England

All Saints Church burial ground, Horsey
All Saints Church burial ground

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