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Headstone of Captain Manby
Headstone of Captain Manby
Headstone of Captain Manby
Headstone of Captain Manby
Headstone of Captain Manby
Headstone of Captain Manby
Headstone of Captain Manby
Headstone of Captain Manby

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The three roundels show on left Mortar to fire the line; centre ship with the line aboard; right, anchor. There is a clearer picture of Manby's invention in action on the relief from his garden in Southtown, Great Yarmouth, now in the Time and Tide Museum, Great Yarmouth, where it is accompanied by a mortar and the safety harness. 
Title

Headstone of Captain Manby

Date

1854

Medium

limestone

Measurements

H 114 x W 74 x D (?) cm

Accession number

PE38_RHT_S866

Work type

Monument

Owner

All Saints Hilgay Parochial Church Council

Custodian

All Saints Hilgay Parochial Church Council

Work status

extant

Access

at all times

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Located at

All Saints Church, Ely Road, Hilgay

PE38 0JN

Located in the churchyard to the south.