Memorials, Holy Trinity Church, Hull

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Volume. 'Memorials: Holy Trinity Parish Church, Kingston upon Hull'. Transcripts and descriptions of memorials in Holy Trinity Church compiled by the Church Recorders of the Hull and East Riding Antiques and Fine Arts Society

Administrative / Biographical History

Holy Trinity Church is the largest parish church in England and is located in the centre of Hull's old town. It was built in the late thirteenth century as a chapel of ease and became a parish church in 1661. There are many memorials within the church, ranging from tombs and effigies to floor slabs and wall-tablets, which date from the fourteenth century right up to the late twentieth century

Conditions Governing Access

Access will be granted to any accredited reader

Custodial History

Donated by Arthur Lazenby, Kirkella, 23 January 1990

Related Material

Monumental inscriptions of Holy Trinity Churchyard, No. 17 in a series written by the East Yorkshire Family History Society