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Monument to Mary Ann Sergison (1767–1804)
Monument to Mary Ann Sergison (1767–1804)
Monument to Mary Ann Sergison (1767–1804)
Monument to Mary Ann Sergison (1767–1804)
Monument to Mary Ann Sergison (1767–1804)
Monument to Mary Ann Sergison (1767–1804)
Monument to Mary Ann Sergison (1767–1804)
Monument to Mary Ann Sergison (1767–1804)

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Title

Monument to Mary Ann Sergison (1767–1804)

Date

1804

Medium

white marble

Measurements

H 178 x W 90 x D 15 cm

Accession number

RH17_LS_S015

Work type

Relief

Owner

Parish church of Holy Trinity, Cuckfield

Custodian

Parish church of Holy Trinity, Cuckfield

Work status

extant

Access

time restrictions apply

Access note

The church is open daily, 9am–5pm, although there are also services every day when the sculpture may not be accessible.

Signature/marks description

underneath the rectangular base:WESTMACOTT. A.R.A. SCULPTOR.

Inscription description

on front of base: NEAR THIS PLACE ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS / OF MARY ANN SERGISON / WIFE OF WARDEN SERGISON ESQR. OF BUTLERS GREEN IN THIS PARISH. / LT. COLL. IN HIS MAJESTYS ROYAL REGT. OF HORSE GUARDS. / AND ELDEST DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM KERR ESQR. OF NORTHAMPTON, M.D. / SHE DIED SEPR. 11TH. 1804 IN THE 37TH. YEAR OF HER AGE. / O THOU, BEYOND WHAT VERSE OR SPEECH CAN TELL / MY GUIDE, MY FRIEND, MY BEST BELOV'D, FAREWELL.

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Located at

Church Platt, Cuckfield

RH17 5JZ