Plaque

Phoebe Beasley

Inscription

In memory of Phoebe - widow of the late Reverend Thomas Ebenezer Beasley: who was for seventy years a member of this church. She departed this life Augt 28th 1864, aged 97.

"There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God". Heb: IV.9.

Site: Old Meeting Congregational Church - Uxbridge (3 memorials)

UB8, Uxbridge High Street, Watts Hall in Beasley's Yard

The two memorial stones are on the wall to the left of our photo, hidden by the foliage. They are in very good (as new) condition and we think they may be modern recreations of the memorial stones that were originally inside the church, but we have no information about why they needed to be made and erected on this wall.

To the right of the church building with the blue door, but hidden in our photo, is an original date plaque made of framed terracotta tiles: "1883".

On an information board: "126 Beasley's Yard, restored in 1986 by the Trustees of The Uxbridge United Reformed Church Charity."

In Google Maps satellite view you can tell by the pattern in the paving which of the buildings in Beasley's Yard was considered most important by whoever funded the design of the paving.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Phoebe Beasley

Subjects commemorated i

Phoebe Beasley

As Phoebe Cox in Walsall she met and married Rev. Thomas Beasley. A member of...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Phoebe Beasley

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Old Meeting Congregational Church - Uxbridge

Old Meeting Congregational Church - Uxbridge

Old Meeting Congregational Church, built 1716, rebuilt 1883.

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Thomas Beasley

Thomas Beasley

Sacred to the memory of the Reverend Thomas Ebenezer Beasley: who exchanged t...

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