Alabaster at Carlton-in-Lindrick

Pevsner (p93) notes an alabaster carving of the Trinity in the church at Carlton-in-Lindrick.  He identifies it as being Nottingham work of the 15th century, but in a poor state of preservation.

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I am looking for my Sturdivant family.  They were supposed to be living in Carlton Nottinghamshire, ca 1614.  At 3 generations John, William, John Sturdivant.  My colonial ancestor John Sturdivant was here ca 1650 colonial Virginia

I would like to know what info. I could by books, any other research I could do.


I can't travel to England to do the work  myself.


Than you,


Nancy Studyvin Warren

1706 Pennsylvania Ave.

Joplin, MO USA 64804 

By Nancy K. Studyvin Warren
On 27/02/2018

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