Anonymous Olde English


Inscription In St Cross Near Winchester, To John Newles, On A Brass Near The West Entrance Of The Church


The yere of our Lord m. ccc. l. and two:
Vpon the xi day in the moneth of Febever:
The soul of Jon Newles, the body passid fro:
A brother of this place restyng undir yis stone here:
Born in beame squyer and suant more yan xxx yere:
Unto Harry Beauford bushhop and cardinal:
Whos soules God convey and His Moder dere:
Vnto the blisse of Heven that is eternall. Amen:

Submitted: Wednesday, April 07, 2010

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