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STAT 6.009.tif
The grave of the 23 men lost from the Liverpool ship 'Khyber' in 1905. The bronze memorial plate is located in St Levan church yard, underneath the tower on the left of the main door.

The plate reads:

In Memoriam
Captain Henry Rotary and crew…

BUILD 6.016.tif
The very remote and secluded St Levan Church which is little-known outside the parish. Here is the south face. Selevan's cross can be seen adjoining the path near the south door. Just behind it at the edge of the photograph can be seen 'Selevan's…

BUILD 8.071.tif
Entrance to Stoke Poges churchyard where Thomas Gray is reputed to have written 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard'.

BUILD 8.069.tif
Stoke Poges churchyard wherein Thomas Gray's 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard' was reputedly conceived and written.

BUILD 8.068.tif
Stoke Poges Church. Entrance to the church enclosure within the churchyard where Thomas Gray's 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard' is reputed to have been written.

BUILD 8.067.tif
A general view of the churchyard at Stoke Poges where Thomas Gray's 'Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard' was reputedly written.

BUILD 6.008.tif
Pen and ink drawing of the grave of a cabin boy of the ship 'Iota' (1893) in Tintagel Churchyard. Drawing done by Clive Carter in 1983.
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