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Henry SPINK: eyfhs 2

Page history last edited by Ian Elsom 1 year, 9 months ago

Crimlisk Reference: A27



Crimlisk Inscription

In memory of HENRY SPINK, who died July 23rd 1859, aged 70 years.

‘Thy Statutes have been my songs in the

House of my pilgrimage’

Also of MARTHA, relict of the above, who died at Filey Aug 8 1867, aged 70 years.

Also of SARAH DOUGHTY NORTH, daughter of the above, who died 18th December 1863 in the 45 years of her age. Interred at the Parish Church, South Hackney, London.


The EYFHS entry (2) has the following Burial Register notes:


1859 Jul 28. Henry Spink, Filey. 70.

1867 Aug 12. Martha Spink, Filey. 70.

Citation: Filey, St Oswald’s Monumental Inscriptions, Part one: 2, page 1. East Yorkshire Family History Society, Publication No. M289, © 2014




Family Unit with FamilySearch Tree PIDs



First Name 

Last Name 

Children Married 

K4RJ-RXK  Henry 


KH5Q-DKL  Martha  DOUGHTY   
9KLN-33K  Sarah Doughty  SPINK  John Hendry NORTH 



FamilySearch Tree link: Henry SPINK








Record of the Inscriptions on the Gravestones in the Churchyard of St Oswald's Church Filey as at Spring 1977

Recorded by John C. & Maisie Crimlisk, 1977

Post-Spring 1977 Inscriptions recorded by John Siddle

Digitization by Ian Elsom, 2008-2009, shared online with kind permission of Filey PCC


Filey, St Oswald's Monumental Inscriptions, East Yorkshire Family History Society, March 2014

This resource, in three parts, is available from the Society. It is a more comprehensive record and its sequential numbering system

has been adopted for the Wiki Page Titles, with Crimlisk Area, Grave, and Row reference as a Sub-Head.


The inscriptions given here are from the digitization of the Crimlisk Record.


Headstone Photograph and Notes by Ian Elsom


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