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Plot No. 3046

Catharine Vint 1741 - 1806

3046

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Inscription 

To the Memory
of
Catharine Vint,
Wife of James Vint of Winsley,
Who departed this life March
14th in the year of our Lord
1806 aged 65 years.
“Go home all friends and leave me here
for I must lie till Christ appears.
And when he comes, I hope to have
a joyfull rising from the grave.”







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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].
Hampsthwaite Village Website

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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


3046C Vint14.03.1806

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Plot Location

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

Vint





Plot No. 3046

Catharine Vint 1741 - 1806

3046

Click on images to enlarge
Return to Preserving Our Past

Inscription 

To the Memory
of
Catharine Vint,
Wife of James Vint of Winsley,
Who departed this life March
14th in the year of our Lord
1806 aged 65 years.
“Go home all friends and leave me here
for I must lie till Christ appears.
And when he comes, I hope to have
a joyfull rising from the grave.”