Harman Tomb, Burford church :: Shared Description

Barber and personal servant to King Henry VIII from 1533 - 47. Born about 1509 in Ipswich, he married Agnes Sylvester of Burford, they had 16 children. In 1540 he helped form the Barbers and surgeons into a single company. It is thought he was involved with trade with Brazil, and the tomb depicts an interesting Indian tribe.
He died in 1577.
"I was born to be a man: and I shall live again from my own seed. In the Great Day, the bodies, which we think have perished by decay shall rise again whole, at God's word. Drive out fear from heart. O my body I believe that you shall appear before God, for he it is that sustains you. Laugh at the threats of disease, despise the blows of misfortune, care not for the dark grave, and go forward at Christ's summons...."
by Julian P Guffogg
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SP2512 : Edmund Harman Tomb, St John the Baptist church, Burford by Julian P Guffogg
SP2512 : Harman Tomb, Burford church by Julian P Guffogg
SP2512 : Memorial to Edmund Harman by Bill Nicholls
SP2512 : Sons of Edmund Harman, Burford Church by Julian P Guffogg
SP2512 : Inscription on Harman's Memorial by Bill Nicholls
SP2512 : Daughters of Edmund Harman by Julian P Guffogg

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Created: Fri, 25 Nov 2011, Updated: Sat, 26 Nov 2011

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