W.B. Williamson tomb, Astwood cemetery Worcester 1879
Saturday 05.04.1879 p5 Worcestershire Chronicle
LOCAL SCULPTURE. – Passers by could not have failed to notice during the last few days in the front premises of Mr. W. Forsyth, sculptor, Tything, a magnificent statuary marble chimney piece, designed for a gentleman’s mansion at Malvern. This truly noble work of art is in the perpendicular style, and is richly worked with tracery panels with carved string course in vine and strawberry leaves. The execution of the work reflects great credit on Mr. Forsyth, who is also executing at the present time two fine monuments, one to the memory of the son of Lord Norton, who was drowned at the Falls of Bruar, in July, 1877, and the other to the memory of the late Councillor W. B. Williamson. The same gentleman is also preparing for exhibition a group of birds in lime tree. The fire-place was designed by Mr. Haddon."