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From: "colleen morrison" <>
Subject: Re: Wrabness, cage in graveyard
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2004 08:18:22 +0100
References: <001d01c4a4e7$f616da70$a8790650@packard> <005001c4a521$9e055570$92459c51@GlynsOffice>
Ah, yes, thanks Glynis! To ask another silly question, why did they put it
in the graveyard? Only place they could put it?
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From: "Essex Research" <>
> It is a wooden bell cage to house the one bell. Built, they think, in the
> 17th or 18th century.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: colleen morrison
> On the 'Essex images' picture site, there's a photo of Wrabness graveyard
> which shows a sort of wooden cage in between the graves. Would anyone know
> what it is - an unusual tomb cover?
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