Introduction

An explanation of the work and background to the project.

The Story

The murder of my great-great-great-grandmother, Charlotte Noon and the trial of her husband Elijah.

The Work

Details of the project.

The Cemetery

A Brief history of St. Sepulchre's cemetery.

Images

Photographs of the work.
Flash Version

Media

Posters and articles.

More Information

For more information on my other work, please visit my website at: nicholashedges.co.uk

Introduction

Life and death. Past and present. Memory and remembrance.

On 3rd May 1852 in Cardigan Street, Jericho, Charlotte Noon died following injuries sustained in an attack by her husband. She was just 33 years old when her husband Elijah ran her through with a sword. She was buried in St. Sepulchre’s cemetery on the 7th May and though her grave is lost, I wish nevertheless to try and mark its location.

This exhibition will take place between July 17th - August 2nd 2009 in St. Sepulchre's Cemetery, Walton Street, Jericho, Oxford. Click here to view map