elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Anna Gurney (December 31, 1795 – June 6, 1857)

Anna Gurney and Sarah-Maria Buxton are buried together at the Church of St Martin, Overstrand, Norfolk. Their Tombstone reads: “They were partners and chosen Sisters knit together in the Love of God, and Heirs together of Eternal Life, through Christ Jesus.” Anna Gurney was a British scholar specialising in Old English and a member of the Gurney family. In 1825, after the death of her mother, Anna Gurney went to reside at Northrepps Cottage, near Cromer, with Miss Sarah-Maria Buxton. The lady died in 1839, and Miss Gurney continued to inhabit the cottage for the remainder of her life.

Timeline & Places:

• December 31, 1795: born at Keswick Old Hall, Norwich NR4 6TJ, Regno Unito

• 1825 to 1857: lived at Northrepps Cottage, Northrepps Rd, Cromer NR27 0JR, Regno Unito, sharing with Sarah-Maria Buxton

• June 6, 1857: died. Buried at St Martin, Cromer Rd, Overstrand, Cromer NR27 0NY, Regno Unito. Buried alongside: Sarah-Maria Buxton (1789 – August 18, 1839)


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