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Memorials

Carved wooden wall plaque commemorating members of the Aden Veterans' Association.

Canopied tomb seen from S Choir Aisle
Memorials

A canopy tomb (without an effigy) in the wall of the South Choir Aisle, opening into the Broadley Chapel.

Selby tomb
Memorials

A canopied tomb built into and through the wall of the South Choir Aisle.

Chorister's Memorial inscription
Memorials

A wood screen with centre tabernacle containing a memorial tablet to the choristers and scholars of the choir school who fell in the Great War 1914-1918.

Richard Byll brass
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A rectangular floor slab with brasses, commemorating Richard Byll, a merchant, alderman and former sheriff who died of plague in 1451. His wife, depicted with him, outlived him.

Brass to Richard M Atthill
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Slate slab with ornate brass cross in Gothic Revival style with IHS monogram, commemorating Richard Maunsell Atthill, infant son of curate Rev. Richard Atthill and his wife Martha. Richard jnr.

Abel & Dr Nathaniel Tucker
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York stone slab with simple inscription to Abel Tucker (1792-98) and his father Dr Nathaniel Tucker (1750-1807), poet and physician in Hull for 22 years.

Alexander Webster
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Cracked, scratched and worn blue slate commemorating Alexander Webster (1767-1835), a ship owner.

Andrew & Isabella Hollingworth and family
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Large stone with widespread areas of surface pitting and abrasion; the incised inscription has lost much of its white filling. The R hand side is covered by the carpet, the L by choir stalls.

Andrew Hollingworth III
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Worn slate with incised inscription which has lost most of its white filling and is partly covered by stalls on R hand side.

Mercers and Chivers – full stone
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Worn dark grey slate with pitted surface and incised inscription which has lost much of its white filling.

Ann, wife of John Hall, floor slab
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Usually covered by the access ramp between South Transept and South Choir Aisle, a slate incised slab with filled inscription for Ann Hall (c 1792-1838), wife of John Hall.

Ann Ramsden ledger
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Slate heraldic ledger to Ann Ramsden (after 1620-1667; née Boynton, previously Hall), wife of William Ramsden.

Ann Skinner
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Slate heraldic ledger commemorating Ann Skinner (c. 1694-1750), daughter of William Skinner and widow of John Skinner (probably a cousin).

Keddey family stone
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Large inscribed stone to Ann Keddey (1820-31), with touching inscription; her parents Ann (1796-1838) and Robert Keddey (1785-1849), Robert's married daughter from a second marriage, Lavinia Mary...

Ann, Edmond & Stephen Bramston
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Slate ledger with filled inscription, some in a very elegant script, commemorating Ann Bramston (née Farrah), who died in 1782; her husband Edmond Bramston (1732-95), former Mayor (1780) and...

Anthony North Somerscales (and infant), Eleanor Watson Blundell and Charles Somerscales
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Worn blue slate with filled inscription commemorating Anthony North Somerscales (1782-1824); his widow Eleanor (née Watson; 1790-1841), who had subsequently married Dr Edward S.

Arthur Maister snr.
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Worn York Stone slab to Arthur Maister (1738-91), merchant, youngest son of Henry Maister, husband of Esther and father of Arthur jnr. His wall tablet is now at the West End of the Nave.

Zillah Shaw and her babies
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Cracked slate with filled inscription to Arthur (1830), David (1838), James (1839), James (1840) and Charles Shaw (1841-42), baby sons of John and Zillah Shaw, with their mother Zillah (1803-52...

Barbara, first wife of Samuel Lister
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Slate, with border inscription commemorating the un-named "Wife of Samuel Lister", d. 1 May 1645. The burial register identifies her as Barbara.