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Robert Langshaw Smith and Sarah Stanton gravestone at Weymouth, Dorset, England

If you go to Weymouth Cemetery and enter from the Abbotsbury Road you will be in the Holy Trinity section and before you will be the little chapel, now used as a store. On the right hand side of the Chapel you can find Robert Langshaw Smith and Sarah Ann Smith nee Stanton. I have tried some weedkiller around them to keep the grass down, but I presume that its effect could well have worn off by now. If you feel so inclined another dose would do for the weeds a bit more. (Brian Wollaston 2005)

Gravestone inscription:
In everloving memory
of
Robert Langshaw Smith
The beloved husband of
Sarah Smith
who fell asleep in Jesus
March 20th 1905 Aged 64 years
Goid hath called the patient sufferer
All thy pain and sufferings o'er
Though we mourn for thee our dear one
Thou are not lost but gone before

Also of Sarah Ann his wife
died March 8th 1926
Aged 80 years

Robert Langshaw Smith and Sarah Stanton gravestone at Weymouth, Dorset, England

Status: Located

Date  September 2005 
Place  Weymouth , Dorset, England 
File name  Robert Langshaw Smith Grave3.JPG 
File Size  29.21k 
ID  98 
Dimensions  640 x 480 
Linked to  Robert Langshaw SMITH
Sarah Ann STANTON 
Albums  Stanton 

Weymouth Cemetery, Weymouth, Dorset, England

Notes: If you go to Weymouth Cemetery and enter from the Abbotsbury Road you will be in the Holy Trinity section and before you will be the little chapel, now used as a store. Just to the left and on the road side of the chapel you should find James Stanton, now standing upright and a little cleaner than before. Also on the right hand side of the Chapel you can find Robert Langshaw Smith and Sarah Ann Smith nee Stanton. I have tried some weedkiller around them to keep the grass down, but I presume that its effect could well have worn off by now. If you feel so inclined another dose would do for the weeds a bit more. (Brian Wollaston 2005)

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