Calverhall Church, Shropshire, where we found the gravestones of John and Catherine Jones and three of their children.

Calverhall name history and derivation Recorded in Domesday Book as Cavra Halle. The name means Calves nook (or corner) from Anglo Saxon cealfra hale.The church is dedicated to the Holy Trinity. It was built in the 1870s and contains a stained-glass window by William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones.

The Church of Holy Trinity, rebuilt in 1879, is an edifice of stone, in the Early English style, consisting of chancel, nave, south aisle, transept, north porch and an embattled western tower containing 6 bells: there are several stained windows presented by the late Mrs Heywood and Arthur Heywood-Lonsdale esq. of Shavington, in 1875, 1879 and 1888: the total cost of the erection of the church was defrayed by Mrs Heywood, by whom it was rebuilt as a memorial to her husband, John Pemberton Heywood esq. of Cloverley, who died May 9th, 1877, and is buried in the churchyard,




See also:

Ancestral home of the Jones Family.
Cloverley Gardens

John Jones (Head Gardener, Cloverley).
Kelly's Directory

John Lloyd Jones, House
7 Dodington Street

Calverhall Gravestones

John Jones

The Olde Jack Inn has been in Calverhall since before the time of my Great-great Grandparents and the family probably used it. Calverhall Church can be seen in the distance.

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