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Lupton

Plot No. 109

Ann Lupton  1784 - 1858

Plot No. 110

William Lupton 1775  - 1859

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IN MEMORY OF
ANN LUPTON
of Hampsthwaite
who Died December 3rd 1858
Aged 74 Years.
In Memory of
WILLIAM LUPTON OF HAMPSTHWAITE
WHO DIED JULY 18TH 1859
AGED 84 YEARS

Lo! the prisoner is released
Lightened of his fleshly load
Where the weary are at rest
He is gather’d in to God!

Lo! the pain of life is past,
All his warfare now is o’er.
Death and hell behind are cast,
Grief and suffering are no more.





Church Records

Calverley Info

Additional Information

St Thomas a'Becket Calverley Info comprises an excellent and comprehensive collection of historical and genealogical information pertaining to Nidderdale in Yorkshire. Burial Records may be accessed using the links below and may be searched by holding down Ctrl and pressing F then typing in the Surname to be searched for.
The many other Records contained in Calverley Info may also be Searched similarly and, for a more general enquiry, the Calverley Info has its own Vital Records Database Search [Link].
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The Registers of Hampsthwaite
Marriages, 1603-1807
Baptisms, 1603-1 794
Burials, 1603-1 794
The Yorkshire Parish Register Society
1902


3082F Lupton14.02.1860
2064R Lupton04.01.1908
2064E Lupton13.09.1900
2064J Lupton27.02.1895
110W Lupton18.07.1859
109A Lupton03.12.1858
108J Lupton17.11.1838

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Plot Location

Church of St. Thomas a'Becket, Church Lane, Hampsthwaite, Harrogate, HG3 2HB

Lupton

Plot No. 109

Ann Lupton  1784 - 1858

Plot No. 110

William Lupton 1775  - 1859

109110

Click on images to enlarge
Return to Preserving Our Past

Inscription

Inscription

IN MEMORY OF
ANN LUPTON
of Hampsthwaite
who Died December 3rd 1858
Aged 74 Years.
In Memory of
WILLIAM LUPTON OF HAMPSTHWAITE
WHO DIED JULY 18TH 1859
AGED 84 YEARS

Lo! the prisoner is released
Lightened of his fleshly load
Where the weary are at rest
He is gather’d in to God!

Lo! the pain of life is past,
All his warfare now is o’er.
Death and hell behind are cast,
Grief and suffering are no more.