The grave of Harry Thomas Hall is hidden near the cemetery wall in the shade of a huge horsechestnut tree. He was the only child of Tom and Ann Hall, and died at the age of seven. His grieving parents erected the monument in 1866, and were later buried there too.
A tall stone tomb consisting of a stepped pedestal on a low plinth, with a tapering shaft topped by a garlanded urn. On the front panel is a relief of an angel carrying an infant, based on ‘Night with her Children’, by Danish neo-classical sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen (1768-1844). Harry’s inscription is on the front block beneath the angel.
‘In affectionate remembrance of
Harry Thomas the only dearly beloved child
of Tom and Ann Hall
Died Dec 11 1866 aged 7 years and  months’
‘In affectionate remembrance of Tom Hall
who died on Friday June 14 1878 aged 46’
‘In loving memory of Ann Hall wife of Tom Hall
d July 16 1902’