Memorials inside Christ Church, Ramsgate
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Christ Church at Ramsgate contains the following memorials.
On the south wall, in the south aisle
A stone and marble monument for Sir William Curtis, Bart. who died January 18th, 1829, aged 76; also Anne, relict of the above, who died 7th August 1833, aged 76; their remains are deposited in the family vault in the Church of Wanstead, Essex.
At the west end
A marble monument for H. Dawson, Esq. of this place, who died 26th April, 1834.
On the north wall, in the north aisle
A monument for Sir James Sam. Wm. Lake, Bart. who died 4th Nov. 1832, aged 61; also his two children, Caroline Jane, born Dec. 28th, 1818, died Oct., 16th, 1820; Sophia, born Jan. 15th, 1823, died Dec. 4th, 1829.
On the east wall, near the altar
A beautiful marble monument to Thos. Fawssett, Esq. in the Cambridgeshire regiment of militia; he was born at Wisbech, in the Isle of Ely, on the 31st Dec. 1768, and died here 6th Dec. 1830.
Entering the church, in the porch
There is a monument, which was erected by the parishioners to Mrs. Henry Dawson, in gratitude for the munificent donation of the clock, placed in the tower of the church.
Source: C. Greenwood, comp. Epitome of County History, vol. 1, County of Kent. (London, England: privately printed, 1838).
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