In 1816. Sculpted by Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 (34). Lichfield Cathedral, Lichfield, Staffordshire. Carrara Marble. The work commemorates the lives of Ellen-Jane and Marianne Robinson. Their mother had recently lost her husband, the Rev. W. Robinson, when her elder daughter was fatally burned after her nightdress caught fire; not long afterwards, the younger girl fell ill and died. Trebly bereaved, the mother had yearned for a monument, dwelling on the way the girls used to sleep affectionately twined in each other's arms. The children's drawing master had already called in Chantrey to make a mask of the younger child's face; so Chantrey set to work on a model of this universally admired masterpiece.
1834. Monument to Mary Anne Boulton wife of Matthew Robinson Boulton sculted by Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 (52) in St Michael & All Angels Church, Great Tew, Oxfordshire.