The Grave of Spedan Lewis's Wife which is under an oak tree outside the cemetery at Longstock
While the Rambling Club were staying at Leckford, they took a walk to the Longstock Water Gardens and on the way made a detour to see the grave of Spedan Lewis’s wife which can be found under an oak tree in a field next to the cemetery. The inscription on the stone is to Sarah Beatrice Mary, wife of J Spedan Lewis.
THE GRAVE OF SARAH BEATRICE MARY LEWIS
SARAH BEATRICE MARY LEWIS
SOMETIME DEPUTY CHAIRMAN OF THE JOHN LEWIS PARTNERSHIP
LIVED FROM THE 5TH DAY OF MARCH OF THE YEAR ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED
AND NINETY-NINE UNTIL THE 28TH DAY OF JUNE IN THE ONE THOUSAND NINE
HUNDRED AND FIFTY THIRD YEAR OF OUR LORD, MOST BEAUTIFUL, BRAVE, WISE AND
FULL OF CHARM AND SINGULARLY UNDEMANDING,
“I LIKE” SHE SAID “SIMPLE PLEASURES”
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