Title:
Monumental inscriptions at St Mary, Sturmer
Level: Category
Miscellaneous
Level: Fonds
MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS RECORDED BY ESSEX SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HISTORY
Scope and Content:
Monumental inscriptions of 1675-2008 in the church and churchyard, recorded 2009.
Includes indexes of persons, occupations, places in Essex and places outside Essex, with plans of church and churchyard.
Monuments in churchyard include that of Herbert Meteyard, 1955, with arms of Harwich [?County High] School of which he had been headmaster; war memorial for First and Second World Wars.
Monuments in church include roll of honour for First and Second World Wars; tablet in memory of Leofsunu, who died at Battle of Maldon, 991; tablet in memory of Revd William Hicks, rector (died 1874), who had been a midshipman on HMS Conqueror at Battle of Trafalgar; plaques listing rectors, 1322-1989
Dates of Creation:
2010
Extent:
1 volume
Creator Name:
Essex Society for Family History

Key terms

TypeKey termsDescription
Subjects Battle of Trafalgar Memorial tablet to midshipman who fought at, 1874
Subjects First World War War memorial, Sturmer, recorded 2009
Subjects First World War War memorial, Sturmer, recorded 2009
Subjects Roll of honour Sturmer, First and Second World Wars, recorded 2009
Subjects Second World War War memorial, Sturmer, recorded 2009
Subjects War memorials Sturmer, First and Second World Wars, recorded 2009
Personal Names Herbert
Meteyard
Sturmer, 1955
Personal Names Herbert
Meteyard
Sturmer, 1955
Personal Names Leofsunu
-
Sturmer and Maldon, 991
Personal Names Leofsunu
-
Sturmer and Maldon, 991
Personal Names Revd
William
Hicks
rector, Sturmer, 1874
Place Names Church Walk
Church of St Mary
Sturmer
Monumental inscriptions in church and churchyard, recorded 2009
Document Types Monumental inscriptions St Mary, Sturmer, recorded 2009
Institutions Essex Society for Family History Monumental inscriptions at St Mary , Sturmer, recorded by, 2009
Institutions Great Britain and Ireland, Navy Monumental inscription for veteran of Battle of Trafalgar, 1874
Institutions HMS Conqueror Memorial tablet to midshipman (later clergyman) who served on, 1874