Ann Elizabeth Burton grave monument in All Saints Church burial ground, Crostwight, Norfolk, England

Ann Elizabeth Burton grave monument: legible names and details

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Ann Elizabeth Burton
10/02/1919711848first name on monumentWife of Charles Burton.
Moronia George Burton
15/09/1916341882son of Ann Elizabeth BurtonKilled in action in France.
Walter Burton
01/05/1918291889son of Ann Elizabeth BurtonDied of wounds.

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Location of the above Ann Elizabeth Burton monument

All Saints Church burial ground, Crostwight, Norfolk, England

All Saints Church burial ground, Crostwight
All Saints Church burial ground

Notes about All Saints Church burial ground

This church stands alone in the midst of fields. To access it start from Ridlington church and follow the Happisburgh/North Walsham road southwest. Turn left into Hall Road. You will shortly pass two or three houses on your left. Immediately after these houses, at the point where the trees end, there is a track on the left. This track leads to a gate at the southwest corner of the churchyard. The track is driveable with care and there is just enough room to turn at the end of it but I can give no guarantee that you are allowed to drive or park there, though I had no problem. The other access route, a track south from the main road then west on another track to the churchyard main gate, looked quite overgrown and I did not use it.

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