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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 or interesting memorials or plots we will add them to these pages.

Significant memorials discovered

Herbert William O’Brien - accidentally killed Arthur Mudge Branfoot - eminent resident Herbert Copping - saved a child and was drowned William George Holliday - accidentally shot Charlie Joy - little drummer boy (a story?) Mary & John Croker - novelist William Salkeld - murdered Alfred and Elizabeth Watkin - engineer William Clauson-Thue - pioneer of Telegraphic Coding Arthur Tite - Banker James and Ellen Winton - accidentally drowned Gwendoline Lister R Poynter - relative by marriage to Napoleon Emperor of France Arthur Edmund Archibald Hall - fishing boat capsized and drowned John Griffiths - well known fossil collector John Thomas Fagg - lost his life at sea John Moon - eminent resident Abraham Huntley - the life and times Catherine Crowe - ‘one of seven women writers who transformed British Literature’ William ‘Cookie’ Cook - The Preacher Phyllis Deck - died in service of her King John James Wilson - prolific and notable landscape artist
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 or interesting memorials or plots we will add them to these pages.

Significant memorials discovered

Herbert William O’Brien - accidentally killed Arthur Mudge Branfoot - eminent resident Herbert Copping - saved a child and was drowned William George Holliday - accidentally shot Charlie Joy - little drummer boy (a story?) Mary & John Croker - novelist William Salkeld - murdered Alfred and Elizabeth Watkin - engineer William Clauson-Thue - pioneer of Telegraphic Coding Arthur Tite - Banker James and Ellen Winton - accidentally drowned Gwendoline Lister R Poynter - relative by marriage to Napoleon Emperor of France Arthur Edmund Archibald Hall - fishing boat capsized and drowned John Griffiths - well known fossil collector John Thomas Fagg - lost his life at sea John Moon - eminent resident Abraham Huntley - the life and times Catherine Crowe - ‘one of seven women writers who transformed British Literature’ William ‘Cookie’ Cook - The Preacher Phyllis Deck - died in service of her King John James Wilson - prolific and notable landscape artist
SIGNIFICANT MEMORIALS