Tombstones in England
This lists the places in England where tombstones commemorating people called Howcutt survive or did so until recently. Unless otherwise stated, they are in the churchyard of the parish church. If more than one person appears on the same monument, their names are included on the same line. The year of death is shown for each person. Where there is a hyperlink it leads to a picture and other details of the relevant tombstone.
Howcutt graves at Bitteswell, about 1968
The grave mounds in Bitteswell churchyard were made level during the 1970s. The gravestones have been moved from their original positions.
Originally there was a mound between the headstone and a footstone that read "WH 1782". The mound has been flattened and the footstone placed next to the headstone.
Hayes, Middlesex - St Dunstan Cranford Park
Leicester, St George
Leicester, Welford Road cemetery
Tombstones of Robert (left) & Elizabeth Howcutt (right)
(picture taken 2004)
Stoney Stanton, Leicestershire