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Barton Tomb, St Giles Church, Langford Lane, Holme, near Newark, 1801
Nottingham City Council
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Information from www.nottshistory.org.uk:The eastern arch is occupied by the Barton tomb. This bears the recumbent effigies of Barton and his wife, he clothed as a merchant of the fifteenth century, with his feet resting on a tun, those of the lady on a dog. Beneath the 'mensa' of the tomb lies a 'cadaver' or corpse, with on each side the quotation, in Latin, from the Book of Job, 'Pity me, pity me, you at least my friends, for the hand of the Lord has touched me.'