March 7th, 2018

A geocaching day around Tattingstone, Holbrook, Harkstead, Erwarton and Shotley.
And evening out with Charlie and friends.

VS, Tattingstone
Snowdrops in the churchyard.
St Mary's Church, Tattingstone.
Corbel.
St Mary's Church, Tattingstone
Poppyhead.
St Mary's Church, Tattingstone
Wall monument to Giulietta, daughter of Edward Buller.
St Mary's Church, Tattingstone
Stained glass windows by Clayton & Bell.
St Mary's Church, Tattingstone
Information board about Arthur Ransome.
Tattingstone.
Tattingstone reservoir.
Information board about Tattingstone
VS, Holbrook
All Saints Church, Holbrook
Church micro 1873
Hatchment to John Reade esq.
His estate is now the site of the Royal Hospital School, Holbrook.
All Saints Church, Holbrook
Tomb of Judge John Clench and his daughter-in-law Margerie. Judge Clench condemned Margaret Clitheroe to death in 1586.
All Saints Church, Holbrook.
St Mary's Church, Harkstead
Church micro 4977
Font detail with raised carved lions
alternating with woodwose.
St Mary's Church, Harkstead.
C15th octagonal font with symbols of the Evangelists and 4 angels.
St Mary's Church, Harkstead
C19th semi- octagonal pulpit with coloured
marble mosaic decoration.
St Mary's Church, Harkstead
Reredos c.1875 by J. Powell & Sons.
Blue, white and gold mosaic work with corn, lillies and Evangelist symbols.
St Mary's Church, Harkstead.
Stained glass window
St Mary's Church, Harkstead
Learning the ropes.
St Mary's Church, Harkstead
Painted pipe organ.
St Mary's Church, Harkstead
VS, Erwarton.
Mrs Gertrude Allice Garrod, at the age of 42, fell ill and died of the plague on 19 June 1918.
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.

Monument of a cross-legged knight wearing chain mail, his feet resting on a lion, his head on a pillow, holding a shield and sword, said to be Sir Bartholomew Daviller. five front panels with shields in quatrefoils.
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.
Effigies of Sir Bartholomew Bacon, 1391, and his wife Joan de Heveningham, 1445. Bartholomew was the son of Sir Robert Bacon and his wife Isabel Davillers.
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.
Isabel Bacon, Daughter of Sir Bartholomew Daviller c.1300, effigy of a lady praying, head on pillow, wearing a gown and wimple lying on a chest tomb. cusped and crocketed pediment, canopy over, side pinnacles with finials.
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.
C15th octagonal font with carved lions and angels alternating with Tudor roses.
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.
Wall monument to Sir Philip Parker, 1736.
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.
Portrait of Anne Boleyn, by Holbein.
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.
Ledger stone of Sir Philip Parker, 1741
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.
Stained glass window.
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.
Pipe organ by
Norman and Beard Ltd., 1912.
The heart of Anne Boleyn is burried in the Cornwallis vault beneath the organ.
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.
Stained glass window.
St Mary the Virgin, Erwarton.
Harbour view of the Port of Felixstowe from Shotley Point.
The Port of Felixstowe is United Kingdom's busiest container port, dealing with 42% of Britain's containerised trade.
Container ships in the Port of Felixstowe
Container ships in Harwich Harbor, opposite the port of Felixstowe

Yachts at Shotley Point Marina.
The Shipwreck bouy at Shotley Point Marina.
Pier for sale - £195,000
Built in 1894, it is Suffolk's only railway pier.
Shotley Point.
ML FREYJA
Roll-on-Roll-off Container Carrier in Felixstowe harbour.
Erwarton Hall and Gatehouse, Erwarton
St Mary's Church Shotley.
Church micro 4978
Moulded and panelled wood semi-circular
chancel arch.
St Mary's Church Shotley.
Carved wood 5-panel reredos, painted boards of Moses, Aaron, Lords Prayer, Creed and Exodus. Three sided altar rails with turned balusters, moulded base and rail on stone base.
St Mary's Church Shotley.
Communion table with carved cabriole legs.
St Mary's Church Shotley.
Crowned shield of arms with animal supporters
St Mary's Church Shotley.
George II Royal Coat of Arms.
St Mary's Church Shotley.
St Mary's Church Shotley.
Cross stitch kneelers.
St Mary's Church Shotley.

Memorial stained glass window to 3rd Marquis of Bristol, 1907.
St Mary's Church Shotley.
Pipe organ, 1858.
St Mary's Church Shotley.
Proccessional banner.
St Mary's Church Shotley.
An evening out with Charlie and friends.
Barry.
Johnathan.
Maria.
Wobbly.
Charlie.
Ruth.
Molly
Ian

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