Memorial at Dereham Cemetery, Dereham, Norfolk commemorating John Craske, 1943
Dereham Cemetery, Dereham, Norfolk
’TO THE GLORY OF GOD JOHN CRASKE / ENTERED INTO REST AUGUST 26TH 1943’ / ‘RESTING'
Description: Mosaic of white whale created from white chippings within a background of grey chippings
Craske, John Age: 62 Date of Death: 26/8/1943 Cause of Death: Unknown Rank / Occupation: Fisherman & Artist Organisation: Unknown
Notes: Craske was born in Sheringham, Norfolk in 1881. He began deep-sea fishing with his father and brothers at the age of 14 years. In 1917, Craske was conscripted into the army but was invalided out with influenza. His doctor prescribed sea air and embroidery. Craske created numerous paintings and embroideries, including a large scale embroidery of the Dunkirk landing, now in the Norwich Castle Museum. Other works by Craske are in the Sheringham Museum, Norfolk.
His grave was restored by the artist’s great nephew, Trevor Craske and his wife Liz in 2020
Memorial at All Saints Church, Morston, Norfolk commemorating William Luce, d. 1834
All Saints Church, Moreston, Norfolk
‘In / Memory / of / Wm LUCE, SON OF WM AND / ANNA LUCE. / drown’d from a perventive [sic] boat, / Febry 26th 1834, leaving a tender / Mother, to lament for an only son. / Aged 22. // Death no warning to me gave, / But quickly sent me to my grave; / When far from friends remote from home / The depths receive my last sad moan; / Drown’d without a tender mothers care / To soothe my cold heart, nor hear my / parting prayer.'
Description: Headstone with lightly carved bird and masted ship above the text Type: Headstone Position: Churchyard
Luce, William Age: 22 Date of Death: 26/2/1834 Cause of Death: Maritime accident Rank / Occupation: Unknown Organisation: Unknown
Headstone at All Saints Church, the Mumbles, Swansea commemorating John Mockress d. 1739 and his son of the same name d. 1759
All Saints Church, The Mumbles, Swansea, Wales
‘Here / Lyeth the body of John / Mockress of this parish Mar / iner, who departed this life / the fifteenth day of Decr / 1739 Aged 59 Years. / Here also lieth the Body of / John Mockress Mariner / Son to the above who De / parted this life the Sixth day of May 1759 Aged 42 Years / Also here lieth the Body / of Mary Relict of ye above / Jn. Mockress, and late Wife / of Rd. Burt, who Died the / 30th of August 1788 / Above 60 Years I lived here / Before my Glass was Past / Then left this life in hope ye Christ / Will rise me at the last. / Here also lieth the body of ye above / Richd Burt who departed this life / the 16th day of April 1805 / Aged 79 Years.’
Mockress, John Age: 59 Date of Death: 30/5/1759 Cause of Death: Unknown Rank / Occupation: Mariner Organisation: Unknown Mockress, John Age: 42 Date of Death: 6/5/1759 Cause of Death: Unknown Rank / Occupation: Mariner Organisation: Unknown
Window at St Nicholas Church, Leeds, Kent dedicated to Frederick White Chaplin RN 1930Window at St Nicholas Church, Leeds, Kent dedicated to Frederick White, Chaplain RN d. 1930
St Nicholas Church, Leeds, Kent, England
'For a remembrance before God / of Frederick White M.A. late Chaplain R.N. / and Rector of Westbere, Kent, 1927-1930, / who died November 10th 1930, / Ionna, his wife, dedicates this window.'
Description: Window of two lights and one tracery light. Tracery light depicts two demi-angels wearing coronets standing behind a balcony. Their wings are yellow with peacock markings. They hold a scroll : 'He will swallow up death in victory'. Left main light: depicts the three three Mary's with a scroll: 'The Angel of the Lord / descended from Heaven and said / unto the women, he is not here / for he has risen as He said'. Right main window: 'The risen Christ appearing to Mary Magdalene. Scroll: 'Jesus saith unto her, "Mary" / she saith unto him "Rabboni"'. Type: Window Position: North aisle, north wall Materials: Glass, lead Date Erected: 1933 Artists: Kempe and Co.
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Notes: DOSSIER Recorder: The Arts Society (NADFAS) 1999