Stanley, his Dissenting colleague at eyam, died there a few years after the plague.
eyam was now cut off from all communication with the neighbourhood.
The very beautiful cross at eyam, in Derbyshire, differs both in style and workmanship from almost any other.
Seventy-six households in eyam were infected, and out of these two hundred and fifty-nine persons were buried of the plague.
Shortly after the disease had stopped at eyam, the rectory of Eaking was presented to Mr. Mompesson.
eyam was one of those basins which, on a large scale or on a small, have often been observed to keep infection in their soil.
eyam was a village of some three hundred and fifty inhabitants, standing among meadows around which the hills towered.
The cross at eyam stands near the entrance into the chancel of the church.
Richard Furness died in 1857, and was buried with his ancestors at eyam.
The men of eyam faithfully kept their promise, so that the plague was not carried by them to any other places.