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St John's Church and Churchyard, Ashley. Monumental Inscriptions ...

St John's Church and Churchyard, Ashley. Monumental Inscriptions ...

St John's Church and Churchyard, Ashley. Monumental Inscriptions

St Johns Church & Churchyard. Ashley St John’s Church and Churchyard, Ashley. Monumental Inscriptions and location plan. Recorded by Dorothy Camden in 1999 Transcribed by Betty Coops 2004 The following are the monumental inscriptions and memorial plans of Ashley church and churchyard these were recorded in 1999 prior to and during the construction of the new Chapter House. These recordings have NOT been checked and validated by myself, so I cannot testify to their accuracy. Their text and location are recorded only as a guide to their existence, if you feel that the recording may be inaccurate then it is expected that the verification is yours and yours alone to confirm whether the transcription is correct. Philip M Coops 2006 Ashley is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme of Staffordshire, England. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 508. The village is close to the border of Shropshire, adjacent to Loggerheads, and is 4 miles (6 km) west north west of Market Drayton The church of St John the Baptist possess a 17th century tower with the remainder built in 1860-62 by J. Ashdown of London in a style representative of the13th-14th century. The church is on a raised mound which would leave one to think originally of Saxon or pre-Christian times. It is well worth a visit for the spectacular tomb of Sir Gilbert Gerard (d. 1592) and his wife (d. 1608). Near to the church is a mound as yet unexcavated but thought to a burial ground from the time of the Black Death. This text taken from ©Wikipedia® © Philip Coops. (Betley) 2006 ©Dorothy Camden (Ashley) 1999 Page 1 of 91 12/30/2006

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