Photographs related to Fuller family history taken by Michael and Neathery Fuller on October 3, 2010. Many thanks to Brenda LeGrys; she welcomed us to the church and provided a detailed tour of the church and graveyard.
Entrance to the Church of St. Mary at Redenhall, England. We were able to attend the Sunday worship service in this beautiful church.
Detail of relief carving on wooden door of the church
Interior of church from choir loft
Peter Fuller tombstone on the North side of the church. The inscription reads:
In Memory of Peter Fuller. Servant at Scole Inn. Who died Sept 28 [.....]
Esther Fuller tombstone on the North side of the church. The inscription reads:
"Here Resteth [the] body of Esther [the] wife of Samuel Fuller who died Oct 21, 1740 Agd 53 year."
Samuel Fuller tombstone on the North side of the church. Inscription reads:
"Here Lyeth [the] body of Samuel Fuller who Died [.....] I [.....]
Simon Fuller tombstone on the North side of the church. The inscription reads:
"Here Resteth [the] body of Simon Fuller who departed this life Jan[uar]y 18, 1732 Age 88 years. Momento Mori." The Latin phrase can be roughly translated as "Remember you will die."
Neathery B. Fuller (standing) and Neathery M. Fuller ("Amira") reading Fuller tombstones in the graveyard on the north side of the church of St. Mary in Redenhall, England.
Folding Bishop's chair that had been given to the church.
Closeup on decoration of the folding Bishop's chair that had been given to the church.
Folding portion lowered to be a table top.
Gothic style busts from limestone stored in sacristry
Painted wooden panel in the sacristry.
Stained glass window inside of church
Stained glass windown closeup
Large stained glass window
Closeup of large stained glass windown.
Closeup of large stained glass window.
Heraldic stained glass window; the north window in the Gawdy chapel.
Turtle carved from wood in the church
Brass lectern (ca. AD 1500).
Base of lectern.
Bell tower with date of 1616 in the stonework.
Exterior decorative relief.
Exterior decorative relief.
Wood nails used to hold together beams inside the bell tower.
Date of 1616 on a wood beam inside the bell tower.
Notes preserved on the bell tower walls indicating the changes.
Embroidered kneeling pad.
Faces in stone.
Green man face.
Green man face in wood in the organ loft.
Brenda looking at a decorated box that was given to the church.
Paintings of ships inside the lid of the box.
Ink drawings of dragons inside the box.
Ink drawing of a bird inside the box.
Sign for the Swan Hotel in Redenhall. It was full, but they found us a room at the Half Moon Inn.
Half Moon Inn sign, located in Rushall, England. We stayed overnight at the Half Moon Inn because the two inns in Redenhall were full. We highly recommend the Half Moon Inn.
Exterior view of the Half Moon Inn.
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