Thursday, 22 April 2010

Memorials inside Crunwere Church

Windows in red, memorials in green.

Gravestone embedded into porch.

South Nave - Memorial to right of doorway in Nave to Augusta Louisa Philipps of Oakland who died in in 1892 aged 25yrs

South Nave - Memorial to left of doorway in Nave to T albot Davies who died in 1907 aged 32 yrs - interred at Mount Pleasant Cemetary, Seattle

North Nave - Memorial plaque to Hugh Slader Glanville who died at Gaza in the 1st World War - Interred at Beersheba in 1917 aged 25yrs

(This plaque was relocated to Llanteg Hall in November 2009 as the church is now closed and redundant.)

South Transept - Gravestone of Ann, daughter of Robert and ELizabeth Morgan of Trenewydd who died in 1826 aged 8yrs

North Transcept - Gravestone of Thomas Davies, late of Lanteague Esq, who died in 1706 aged 98yrs

South Chancel - Gravestone of the Dalton family - Ann, wife of Rev'd Thomas Dalton, Rector of Crunwere who died in 1815 (aged 76yrs), their daughter in 1818 (aged 41yrs) and their son John, Gent, Surgeon, who died in 1822 (aged 41yrs)

Gravestone embedded in the outside wall of the South Transept. Stone states:

Near this wall lies the body of John Howell A.M. The son of Reynold Howell of Trenewyed, Gent. He was sometime Rector of New Radnor but in the year of Trial 1691 was deprived of all that he could not keep with a good conscience. Who died Jan. 17th 1727, aged 70. (A stone tablet in memory of a non-juring clergyman)