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List number: 1302881
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Hopper Mausoleum, Shotley Low Quarter


The Hopper Mausoleum in the churchyard of St. Andrew's Church, Greymare Hill in Northumberland. It is inscribed: "Erected by Humfrey Hopper of Black Hedley, in memory of his wife Jane Hodgson, who died February 29th, 1752, aged 77." The mausoleum is a Grade I listed building.
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Hopper Mausoleum, Greymare Hill

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Hoppers Mausoleum

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St Andrew and Hopper mausoleum near Kiln Pit Hill

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Hopper Mausoleum

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Hopper Mausoleum in the churchyard of St. Andrew's, Greymare Hill

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Hopper Mausoleum

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The Hopper Mausoleum

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Night at the Mausoleum

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Church of St Andrew, Shotley Low Quarter
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Church of St Andrew, Shotley Low Quarter
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HOPPER MAUSOLEUM NORTH-EAST OF CHURCH OF ST. ANDREW - List Entry
- "Mausoleum allegedly erected by Humphrey Hopper of Black Hedley (q,v.) in memory-of his wife Jane, d,1752. Tooled ashlar. Square plan with forecourt on south. Artisan Mannerist style of ...

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Hopper Mausoleum
- "...The mausoleum is far grander than the church. The upper part of this bizarre structure is embellished with obelisks, shields, scrollwork and statues in shell-headed niches with, to top it ...

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