Lts W H; W & W H Grubbe


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Reference WMO242526

Address:

Church of St Mary the Virgin

Rookes Lane

Potterne, Wiltshire

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Unknown
Conflicts:
  • Revolutionary/Napoleonic (1792-1815)
About the memorial: UPRIGHT RECTANGULAR WHITE MARBLE TABLET WITH FAMILY CREST BENEATH PLAIN BLACK LETTERING ON WHITE MARBLE TABLET. TWO SMALL FEET AT BOTTOM OF MEMORIAL, HORIZONTAL TRIM ACROSS THE MIDDLE
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IN MEMORY OF/ THOMAS GRUBBE HUNT GRUBBE, ESQUIRE,/ OF EASTWELL, IN THIS PARISH,/ (THE ONLY SON OF WILLIAM HUNT, ESQUIRE,/ OF BISHOP'S LAVINGTON:) WHO DIED A.D. 1772,/ AGED 36 YEARS./ ALSO OF HIS THREE SONS/ WILLIAM HUNT GRUBBE, ESQR., WHO DIED A.D./ 1820, AGED 58 YEARS./ WALTER HUNT GRUBBE, CLERK M.A. WHO DIED/ A.D. 1807 AGED 45 YEARS./ ROBERT HUNT GRUBBE, WHO DIED IN HIS/ INFANCY A.D. 1763./ WILLIAM HUNT GRUBBE, LIEUTENANT IN THE/ R.H.G. (BLUE) WHO DIED WHILST ON SERVICE/ WITH THE BRITISH ARMY IN SPAIN A.D./ 1813, AGED 23 YEARS/ WALTER HUNT GRUBBE, WHO DIED A.D. 1801/ AGED 8 YEARS./ ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF DOROTHY MARY WIFE OF/ THE FIRST NAMED WILLIAM HUNT GRUBBE, ESQR./ AND DAUGHTER OF THE REVD DR. MILNES,/ OF NEWARK AND BEEKINGHAM HOUSE, COUNTY NOTTS./ WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON THE 12TH DAY OF OCTOBER/ A.D. 1840, AGED 75 YEARS./ THOMAS HUNT GRUBBE, OF EASTWELL, ESQQR.,/ DIED 16TH OCTOBER, 1868, AGED 76/ ELIZABETH, WIFE OF THE ABOVE AND DAUGHTER OF/ THE REVD. JACOB (...) M.A.,/ RECTOR OF WENSLEY, COUNTY OF YORK,/ SHE DIED THE 1ST OF SEPTEMBER, 1824,/ AND WILLIAM THEIR SON/ A LIEUTENANT IN H.M. 53RD REGIMENT,/ DIED IN INDIA, 27TH OCTOBER, 18(..). AGED 28/ THOMAS, THEIR ELDEST SON, DIED IN HIS INFANCY/ CATHERINE, 2ND WIFE, DAUGHTER OF SAMUEL HUGHES,/ BORN 23RD SEPTEMBER, 1809; DIED (...) JULY 1896./ WALTER HENEAGE, ELDEST SON OF THE ABOVE,/ LIEUT: ROYAL NAVY; BORN 18TH (...) 1835,/ DIED NEAR AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND (...) 1864./ HENRY GEORGE, 2ND SON, LATE CAPTAIN (...) & 47TH/ REGIMENTS: BORTH 14TH OCTOBER, 1838 (...) JUNE, 1897

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