Inscription Layout

This is an example of how an inscription might be constructed – but it is entirely up to you to decide the format. (Providing the cemetery office or parish council or church diocese are happy with the content)

  1. Consider where best any design or photo plaque will go
  2. Opening line, others include “Treasured memories of…”, “Cherished memoris of…” or, “Sacred to the memory of…”
  3. Deceased’s name
  4. Relevant dates
  5. Who the deceased was, alternatively use the actual titles used in life ie Dad, Grandad etc.
  6. Final comment
  7. Alternatively use the actual titles used in life ie Mum, Nan, Nanny etc.
  8. This area too can be engraved it is usually 3″ high

More Guidance Notes

Memorial Buying Steps

Stone selection guide

Inscription Guide

Portrait and Design Guide

Full Kerb Set Extras

Alternative Materials for Churchyards

Post-Installation and Maintenance

Payment Terms

Contact us

If you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to contact us. A member of the team would be happy to discuss your requirements and help you on the way to select a perfect memorial.

    Please use the Quotation Request facility that is on every memorial web page. This will help us provide your quotation more quickly as we will ask you to supply us with what we need to provide a quotation.

    If your quotation is for a bespoke or non-standard memorial please choose a memorial web page for any one of our Headstone and Base memorials or a Kerb Set memorial (ie the memorial type that matches the type of memorial that you are looking for) and use that Quotation Request facility, stating in section 2 what is different about your request. Thank you