History of Church of St Katherine Rowsley Derbyshire

Church of St Katherine Rowsley Derbyshire is in Rowsley.

On 07 Apr 1854 Catherine Louise Georgina Marlay 1831-1854 (23) died from childbirth three weeks after giving birth to her daughter Edith Katherine Manners 1854-1854 who had died at twelve days old. She was buried at Highgate Cemetery on 15 Apr 1854.
Monument by William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894 (48) erected in 1862 in a chapel at Church of St Katherine Rowsley Derbyshire built for the purpose.

Before 1854. Richard Buckner Painter 1812-1883. Portrait of Catherine Louise Georgina Marlay 1831-1854.Around 1884. Joseph Parkin Mayall Photographer 1839-1906. Portrait of William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894.1883. John Pettie Painter 1839-1893. Portrait of William Calder Marshall Sculptor 1813-1894.

Exterior and interior of Church of St Katherine Rowsley Derbyshire. The building of the church was commenced on 29 May 1854 by the 7th Duke Rutland (35) who laid coins of every value, from a sovereign to half a farthing in the foundations. The church was built to the designs of the architect Anthony Salvin. It was dedicated to St Catherine, after the name and in honour of the late Lady Manners. It was consecrated on 18 Jul 1855. A chapel to house the memorial to

Before 1854. Richard Buckner Painter 1812-1883. Portrait of Catherine Louise Georgina Marlay 1831-1854.

Church of St Katherine Rowsley Derbyshire. Memorial stone in the churchyard to the five men who died during the Haddon Tunnel Collapse on 02 Jul 1861.

Church of St Katherine Rowsley Derbyshire. Memorial to Edward Chinnery Parmenter formerly Vicar of Church of St Katherine Rowsley Derbyshire who died in a riding accident.