A Quote by Ebenezer Elliott

He stated in his will: "Burials in Rotherham Churchyard no longer being permitted, I suggest that my remains shall be interred in my own land, where I have driven a stake at the foot of the hill, near Lord Galways ash tree, or if this is objected to, in Darfield Churchyard, at the least possible expense. "There is a parish hearse at Darfield, to be had by parishioners for a few shillings. Ebenezer Elliott, 17th August 1845." Note: He was buried in Darfield Churchyard.

Ebenezer Elliott (1781 - 1849)

Source: Last Will and Testament

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