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St Peters Church, Langwathby, Cumbria

St Peters Church, Langwathby, Cumbria   

St Peters church dates, on the outside, from 1718. It has a five bay nave and a two bay chancel. The porch was built in 1836. It is thought that a chapel of 1302 was mostly demolished when the new church was built; however the interior 13th century north arcade was saved and restored.

loving remembrance


the beloved wife of John Dodd
who died March 17th, 1885
Aged 66 years.

Also of the above John Dodd
who died November 28th, 1889
Aged 80 years.
A grave stone of the Dott family
1881 British Census
John Dodd, Head, 71 years, born Addingham, Cumberland
Elizabeth Dodd, Wife, 62 years, born Hornsonby, Cumberland
Elizabeth Dodd, Daughter, 25, born Gamlesby, Cumberland

Dwelling: Rose Hill
Census place: Langwathby, Cumberland, England

A grave stone of the Dott family
Sacred to the memory


wife of John Dodd
of Langwathby Mill, who died
August 13th 1782. Aged 37 years.

Also of John Dodd, her husband
who died April XX, XXXX
aged XX years

Also Sarah, his wife,
who died
March 24th 1828. Aged 80 years.

Also of Sarah Dodd, daughter of
Joseph Dodd, who died
March XX, XXXX.
Aged 14 years.

to the memory of

John Watson of Longwathby

who died January 26th, 1867
aged 62 years.

Also of Mary Ann, his wife,
who died March 19th, 1882
aged 60 years.
   A grave stone of the Watson family     

All pictures are contributed by Linda Robertson. Thank you, Linda.

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