Sergeant John Edward Stevenson

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Reference WMO/290880


Ashbourne Cemetery

Mayfield Road




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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Addition to Gravestone
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Incised
  • First World War (1914-1918)
About the memorial: A white marble monument on a family grave in the form of a plain Latin cross on a three stepped base. The cross has a Christograph at its centre and the steps have bevelled tops and bear the inlaid inscription in mixed styles of lettering.
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6 o'clock face: In/ Loving Memory of/ ETHEL,/ DAUGHTER OF/ EDWARD AND/ MARY STEVENSON,/ Died Sept. 8. 1917, Aged 22 years./ "TO FALL ASLEEP IS NOT TO DIE/ TO BE WITH CHRIST IS BETTER LIFE."/ ALSO OF/ SERGT. J. E. STEVENSON,/ (6TH. SHERWOOD FORESTERS.) THEIR SON/ KILLED IN ACTION IN FRANCE NOVR. 4. 1917/ (...) ; 9 o'clock face: ALSO OF/ EDWARD STEVENSON/ WHO DIED FEB. 27, 1944/ AGED 87 YEARS. ;3 o'clock face: ALSO OF/ MARY,/ WIFE OF/ EDWARD STEVENSON,/ DIED FEB. 16, 1928,/ AGED 71 YEARS./ "FALLEN ASLEEP." (Parts of inscription now below ground level.)

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