Now this can be interpreted, as Tara did when announcing the theme, as personal peace and quiet ("a quiet corner with a book, or sitting in the bath by candlelight") or in the sense of beyond the grave. I've chosen the latter interpretation.
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This is the grave in churchyard of St Nicholas, New Romney, Kent of David Masey (10 October to 28 July 1882) who was my great-great-grandfather and his wife Mary. Also commemorated are a number of their family members (none in my direct line). We know from the census returns that David Masey was a fisherman, but I've been told that he was also variously a greengrocer, fishmonger, boatman and a lifeboatman at Littlestone.
St Nicholas, New Romney is an interesting church in a small country town and has the usual peaceful and rather idyllic churchyard. When I searched there last I was unable to find any other Masey graves, although sadly very many of the headstones are so weathered as to be unreadable.