All three are striking shots and I like that you did the tomb in B&W. And that lends real credence to the idea of not straying far from home! :)
I simply couldn't get the reply to nest below the comment. So I had to check I had all the correct updates. I discovered her dad took over from her grandfather. So even more so. I thought at first the memorial didn't have her remains but the script in the last post says it has. Then, they brought the body back from Rome.
There's something sweet (that's not really the right word, but I can't think of a better one) about her being brought back to those places that she had strong ties to. The church is very pretty. Her family's status seems apparent. I don't imagine that that type of tomb was all that commonplace. This information has come from church records?
Poignant, I think is the word. And yes she was very well connected. Not at the top mind. I was in a graveyard today that contained a Governor-General of Canada and his wife. Georgina's people weren't in that grade.I got the info from a couple of dozen places, including the Tithe records. I must check the first fruits books too.