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St Romalds Church Yard
13-AUG-2007

St Romalds Church Yard

He didn't learn how to fpell though!

Romaldkirk is possibly the prettiest village in County Durham there are more pics here

http://www.pbase.com/johnnyjag/romaldkirk

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laine8216-Aug-2007 17:22
.....and it's goodnight from him !! :>)
akleja15-Aug-2007 16:22
Great shot and great mood!
Dave Wixx15-Aug-2007 05:08
Bad spellers of the world untie!!!
Norman Pacey14-Aug-2007 19:46
they certainly knew how to put an epitaph in thofe dayf. Did you notice in the second line, the "i" appears to have been added later or the Stonemason miscalulated!
Al Chesworth14-Aug-2007 19:00
Fuper fhot.
Zak14-Aug-2007 18:21
the use of so many big words-ness!
JW14-Aug-2007 17:54
Some gravestones really make you stop and think! A refreshing change from the more formal ones! Ping:http://www.pbase.com/johnwaine/image/63272939
J. Scott Coile14-Aug-2007 16:14
HISTORY! Really amazing viewed in original. Scanning around my screen viewing the detail leads me to think there are some really interesting crops in this one John!
poetry66614-Aug-2007 16:07
What a wonderful fine Johnny. I shoot a lot of gravestones but these are really enchanting. I will have to have another visit to Romaldkirk & try the food at the Rose & Crown..V.
Nicki Thurgar14-Aug-2007 15:39
Great words, obviously a much appreciated man!
beverley harrison14-Aug-2007 15:31
what an inscription...i'm sure he was very proud!
Sheila14-Aug-2007 13:15
It all adds up to a very interefting shot.
SRW14-Aug-2007 12:37
Agree with Sharon... -- what a great find!
(And I love the light, and the exposure against that sky, too...!)
Sharon Rogers14-Aug-2007 11:06
Really fabulous headstone, the words are wonderful