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Headstone
In
Affectionate Remembrance of
JAMES ROBERTSHAW
son of THOMAS & HARRIET ROBERTSHAW
of PUNDLES in OVENDEN who departed
this life June 21st 1832 aged 15 months

Also of JONAS their son who died
Sept 15th 1856 in the 23rd year of his age

Also of an infant

"Young men prepare yourself to die
For life is short and death is nigh

Turn to the Lord make no delay
I in my youth was called away

Also HARRIET wife of the above
named THOMAS ROBERTSHAW who died
May 24th 1862 aged 57 years
Also of the above named THOMAS
ROBERTSHAW who died August 26th 1877
in the 78th year of his age

Also of NANNY ROBERTSHAW
daughter of the above
who died September 20th 1884 aged 45 years.
James  Robertshaw
Burial Year: 1832 Age: 1 Grave: Bm35 - Middle Section
Notes:  
Relationship(s): son Minister:
Jonas  Robertshaw
Burial Year: 1856 Age: 22 Grave: Bm35 - Middle Section
Notes:  
Relationship(s): son Minister:
Harriet  Robertshaw
Burial Year: 1862 Age: 57 Grave: Bm35 - Middle Section
Notes:  
Relationship(s): wife Minister:
Thomas  Robertshaw
Burial Year: 1877 Age: 78 Grave: Bm35 - Middle Section
Pundles, Ovenden Notes:  
Relationship(s): Minister:
Nanny  Robertshaw
Burial Year: 1884 Age: 45 Grave: Bm35 - Middle Section
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