Thursday, 5 April 2012

Houghton on the Hill

© Godric Godricson

There aren't many memorials in the graveyard. They were probably robbed out when the Church was largely abandoned by the Anglicans as the village diminished and fell into ruin and disrepair. The memorials that are there are largely 19th Century with probable ashes covertly buried under the cross. There are some memorials although nothing of great consequence. As I have said before England is about "ordinary people living ordinary lives".

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