DAVISON HEADSTONE 2 METRES WEST OF TOWER OF CHURCH OF SAINTS PETER AND PAUL

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1154234

Date first listed: 01-Sep-1988

Statutory Address: DAVISON HEADSTONE 2 METRES WEST OF TOWER OF CHURCH OF SAINTS PETER AND PAUL, LONGHOUGHTON VILLAGE

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Location

Statutory Address: DAVISON HEADSTONE 2 METRES WEST OF TOWER OF CHURCH OF SAINTS PETER AND PAUL, LONGHOUGHTON VILLAGE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Northumberland (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Longhoughton

National Grid Reference: NU2430615100

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History

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Details

NU 2415 18/152

LONGHOUGHTON LONGHOUGHTON VILLAGE (West side)

Davison headstone 2 metres west of tower of Church of Ss.Peter and Paul

GV II

Headstone, 1802. Cut sandstone. Shaped top above inscription:

In memory of Alan Davison Schoolmaster of this Place three and twenty years Who died the 29th of Octr 1802 Greatly esteemed and regretted, aged 43 Years Leaving a dutiful wife and a young and much loved Daughter to lament his too early fate A man not less distinguish'd for Probity of manners Than acuteness of understanding An able Mathematician An eminent and excellent Teacher Nor was that all the fame his name acquir'd For worth and learning equally admir'd Above disguise, or false delusive art Then most beloved when most he shew'd his heart There all was pure so friendly and sincere Of ev'ry vice and ev'ry falsehood clear With fortitude unshaken to the last Thro' all vicissitude of life he past Worn out at last by long disease and pain Calm and composed ............ he came

Listing NGR: NU2430615100

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 237043

Legacy System: LBS

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