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Monument to Murder, Curdridge, Hampshire

Monument to Murder, Curdridge, Hampshire
Photograph taken 10 October 1999 © Ms Rae Comben LRPS. Source Historic England Archive ref: 146173

This monument was placed here in 1800. It's inscription reads 'This stone is erected to Perpetuate a Most Cruel Murder Committed on the Body of Thomas Webb a Poor Inhabitant of Swanmore on the 11 February 1800 by John Diggins a Private Soldier in the Talbot Fencibles whose remains are Gibbeted on the Adjoining Common'.

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