Mary Garner died "of a bleeding cancer"

All Saints, Long Whatton, Leicestershire
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We like churchyards that contain slate gravestones because they remain legible for hundreds of years.

Mary Garner died "of a bleeding cancer". This must have been a particularly nasty way to die in the era before widespread pain relief medication was available.

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