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Significant Memorials, Headstones and Plots

Over the last 150 years Folkestone and district has been a very fashionable place to visit attracting many well connected and interesting people - as well as being the place where many senior military figures retired. As we discover significant memorials or plots we will add them to these pages.

Charlie Joy

Youngest son of E.J. & F Joy. Salvation Army Drummer Boy Who went to Glory May 20th 1819, aged 16 years old.  This headstone bears the Salvation Army crest at the top, once blue, but now faded to dark grey. From various sources we believe there is an interesting story about the little Drummer Boy and it is a story we will try to find evidence for.
SIGNIFICANT MEMORIALS
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Significant Memorials,

Headstones

and Plots

Over the last 150 years Folkestone and district has been a very fashionable place to visit attracting many well connected and interesting people - as well as being the place where many senior military figures retired. As we discover significant memorials or plots we will add them to these pages.

Charlie Joy

Youngest son of E.J. & F Joy. Salvation Army Drummer Boy Who went to Glory May 20th 1819, aged 16 years old.  This headstone bears the Salvation Army crest at the top, once blue, but now faded to dark grey. From various sources we believe there is an interesting story about the little Drummer Boy and it is a story we will try to find evidence for.
SIGNIFICANT MEMORIALS