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English Heritage, De Grey Mausoleum

Flitton, Nr Ampthill


Thomas Philip (1781–1859), 2nd Earl de Grey


1859 (?)


marble & bronze


H 145 x W 240 x D 184 cm

Accession number


Work type

Tomb or mausoleum

Inscription description

in arch above tomb: I am the resurrection / and the life / he that believeth in me though he be dead yet shall be here (?) /and / whosoever liveth and believeth in me / shall never die.


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English Heritage, De Grey Mausoleum

High Street, , Bedfordshire, Flitton, Nr Ampthill, Bedfordshire MK45 5EJ England

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