Visitors: Emily B. Stanback, Suzanne Barnett
Photographer: Emily B. Stanback, Suzanne Barnett
Date: November 29, 2013

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Click below to see photographs of the church and gravestones:

TRANSCRIPTIONS

Gravestone Transcriptions I (#1 – 20)
Gravestone Transcriptions II (# 21 – 40)
Gravestone Transcriptions III (# 41 – 60)
Gravestone Transcriptions IV (# 61 – 80)
Gravestone Transcriptions V (# 81 – 100)
Gravestone Transcriptions VI (# 101 – 120)
Gravestone Transcriptions VII (# 121 – 129)

 

GRAVESTONE DETAILS

Gravestone Details I (#6 – 22)
Gravestone Details II (#23 – 39)
Gravestone Details III (#41 – 66)
Gravestone Details IV (#68 – 103)
Gravestone Details V (#104 – 126)

 

GALLERIES

Graveyard Gallery I
Graveyard Gallery II
Graveyard Gallery III
Graveyard Gallery IV
Graveyard Gallery V
Graveyard Gallery VI

 

LITERARY CONNECTIONS

My Brother Sam is Dead
James Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier’s popular young adult novel My Brother Sam is Dead (1974) is set in Redding, Connecticut at the time of the American Revolution. Fictionalized versions of many people buried at Christ Church appear as characters in the historical novel.