Gravestone of GOLDSACK William Dixon 1878; GOLDSACK Sarah Ann 1892; GOLDSACK William 1845; GOLDSACK Fanny 1857; GOLDSACK William 1862; GOLDSACK Edmund 1871
In loving remembrance of / WILLIAM DIXON GOLDSACK / for 23 years Parish Clerk / who fell asleep in Jesus 16th April 1878 / aged 56 years / He left surviving a widow eleven daughters / and one son / His consistent Christian character in / every relation of life has caused his / numerous friends to erect a memorial / within the Church / Behold the upright for the end of that / man is peace / 37 Psalms V 37 /
Adjoining rest the following children / of the above / WILLIAM died in infancy 16 April 1845 / FANNY died 9th March 1857 aged 5 years / WILLIAM died 3rd November 1862 aged 12 years / EDMUND died 24 October 1871 aged 7 years / also of SARAH ANN / wife of the above William Dixon Goldsack / who entered into rest October 3rd 1892 / aged 69 years /
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Grave 333 in grid square AA14.
The memorial erected to William Dixon Goldsack was a stained glass window, unfortunately no description of the window exists. This window was destroyed by enemy action during WW2 and has since been replaced by The Herald of Free Enterprise memorial window.
Date of creation2017
PlaceSt Margaret's at Cliffe, St Margaret's Churchyard
LicenseCreative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC-BY-NC-ND)
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