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Hodgson Tomb, Christ Church, North Shields


This old sandstone chest tomb of c.1690 is located in the churchyard of Christ Church, by Preston Road in North Shields. This is the tomb of Edward Hodgson (who was a cordwainer and one of the founders of the Church), buried 3rd November 1690; his wife Ann Hodgson who died 1689 and William Richardson, who died in 1710. The tomb is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Christ Church 1690 Historic Buildings and Monuments in North Tyneside
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Hodgson Tomb, Christ Church, North Shields

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Hodgson Tomb, Christ Church, North Shields

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HODGSON TOMB CIRCA 4 METRES SOUTH OF TOWER OF CHRIST CHURCH - North Shields - List Entry
- "Hodgson tomb c. 4 metres south of tower of Christ Church. G.V. II Chest tomb. Edward Hodgson of North Shields, Cordwainer, one of the founders of the Church; buried ...

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List number: 1185085
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 7301
Borough: North Tyneside
Grid ref: NZ3538168651

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