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Photo of Clitherow Memorial

Thanks to a lady who made contact through the web site a marble memorial over 275 years old is being returned to Brentford. It was originally in St Lawrence's church 'on the east wall of the Chancel, on the north side of the window, on a handsome marble monument with columns; the Clitherow and Paule arms form part of it' (Thomas Faulkner's The history and antiquities of Brentford, Ealing & Chiswick pblished in 1845, p. 54.
Clitherow memorial

For more details of the Clitherow familty, once lords of the manor, see Janet McNamara research: the Clitherow family of Boston Manor House, Brentford.

Published May 2015