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The last of Ginnett’s sons to be buried in the grave was Louis John Ginnett, who died in 1946 and was a well-known portrait painter who taught at the Brighton College of Art.
granite & Portland stone
H 115 x W 140 x D 65 cm;
Plinth: H 240 x W 260 x D 100 cm
commissioned by the Ginnett family
Grade II (England and Wales)
time restrictions apply
October–March 9am–4pm, Sunday 11am–4pm, April–September 9am–5.30pm, Sunday 11am–5.30pm
illegible signature and date to back of integral base of horse.
lead inset letters inscription to front of monument; other inscribed plaques at each corner and to the back of the monument record the names of other family members buried there.