Harringworth, Northamptonshire - St John the Baptist.

The Church of St John the Baptist has a 12th Century Tower, with a 14th Century spire, with carved heads (one with its tongue sticking out!) The top of the spire was renewed in 1892.  The original porch was 15th Century, North door 14th Century, and South doorway 15th Century. The arches are 13th Century, the outer one having dog-tooth moulding. Most of the South Aisle roofs are original, and have old bosses of curving stone of the Tryons, who are buried here. 

Aged 100 years.

Memorial to Peter Tryon, his wife Judith, their sons James and Samuel, and their wives  and deceased children.  The memorial inscription was written by Samuel who died in 1711, placed with his Will, with instructions for the memorial's placement.

This young lady was only 17 years old when "She gave her life for her country in Government service"