Here Lies John Renie

Western Mail, 1st December 1953, page 4:

BEFORE his death in 1832 John Renie prepared an unusual tombstone for his grave in St. Mary’s Church, Monmouth. He divided a large stone into a number of squares. In the centre of the squares was the letter “H.” Reading from any direction this letter starts the epitaph “Here lies John Renie.

'Here Lies John Renie', puzzle gravestone


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