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Abbatt (E). Sacred memory of Mary Abbatt, who died May 25th, 1833, aged 4 days. Agnes Abbatt, who died May 31st, 1833, aged 10 days. Edward Abbatt, who died June 23rd, 1840, ged 3 weeks. Ann Abbatt, who died June 28th, 1840, aged 6 years. Sarah Abbatt, who d. September 14th, 1841, aged 10 weeks. Ann Abbatt, who died December 25th, 1842, aged 33 years. Edward Abbatt, who died December 26th, 1852, aged 51 years.
Ackberg (Window S. aisle). In memory of John Yeates, died December . 1847 and Margaretta his Wife died September . 1847, erected by their youngest Son George H. B. Yeates 1865. Arms, I. ar. cross gu. II. ar. fret gu.on chief or, lion passant between 4cross crosslets of 2nd (Brettargh). III. per chevron or & gu. chevron between 3 gates all counterchanged (for Yeates). IV. ar. chevron sa. in chief 3 pellets (Toxteth). V. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6 Yeates, 2 Brettargh, 3 Toxteth, 4 or 2 bars vert (Ackberg), 5 ar. on bend cottised az. 3 mullets or (Ives). VI. Ives. VII. Ackberg. VIII. Yeates, & on escutcheon of pretence 41y. 1 Brettargh, 2 Toxteth, 3 Ackberg, 4 Ives. (Brass under window). This tablet is in affectionate remembrance of George Henry Brettargh Yeates Esquire, of Brettargh Holt, Milnthorpe, who died October 18th, 1875, aged 34 years. and was interred at Heversham October 21st. This was placed in memory of the above by his widow Caroline Beatrice Yeates A.D.1878.
Airey (N.W). J. A. 1837. A. A. 1837 (i.e. John qnd Agnes Airey).
Airey (E). Underneath are deposited the remains of Margaret Airey of Scarrfoot in Skelsmergh, who departed this life November 4th, 1823, aged 93 years.
Airey (E). Sacred memory of Mary Machell late of Kendal who died February 6th 1838 aged 75 y., also of John Airey, who died February l0th 1838 aged 81 years. , & of Jane his wife who died July 8th 1852 aged 71 years. , also of Ann, wife of Mr. James Airey of Liverpool who died May 12th 1853 aged 32 years. also of James Airey, husband of the above who d January 8th 1854 aged 31 years.
Archer (In. Parr Chapel). Here lyes John Archer, Esq., Doctor of Physick, and One of His Majestie's Justices of the Peace for the County of Westmorland, who D. L. on the fourth of December, 1735. He was a worthy Man, a skilfull Physician, an impartial Magistrate, and an Amiable Friend. His mind was Generous, his Temper Sweet, his Understanding Extensive; in Nature Compassionate, in Virtue Severe, He adorn'd the Reasoning Being with the Dignity of Morality, the True Christian with the Sanctity of Religion. He was a Delight to his Acquaintances, an Honour to his Profession, and a Happiness to his Country. Dear and Desirable is the Memory of Doctor Archer, Cruel and Lamentable is the Loss of him. Every Eye Overflows with Tears, every Breast is fil1'd with Sorrow, and every House is become the House of Mourning.
Archer (In. Parr chapel floor, once with oak rail on two sides; wood-work now in the way, and shield of arms, &c., invisible). Here lyeth the Body of William Askew, late of Standingstones, in the Parish of Millom, and County of Cumberland, Gent., who departed this life the 13th of April, in the years. of our Lord 1717, and of his Age the 80th. He marryed Dorothy, the davghter of William Mvsgrave of Crookdake in the said County, Esqr., by whom he had only one svrviving davghter, now the wife of John Archer of Oxen Holme, Esqr. (Mr. ]ennings’ copy, 20th October 1863).
Armistead (E. altar tolnb, rail). Sacred memory of Richard Armistead of Kirkland, Kendal who d. L. March 29, 1790, Aged 46; also to his Wife Mary Armistead of Kirkland, Kendal, who departed this life March 13, 1789, Aged 35 ; also Richard John Armistead, grandson of the above, who departed this life March 11, 1806. Aged three years. and four Memory of Sleep on blest Richard in thy urn, My sighs and tears cannot awake Thee, I can but wait until my turn, And then, O then, I will o'ertake Thee.
Asbridge (E. altar tomb). To Memory of Joseph Asbridge of Kendal, Cordwainer, who departed this life March 16th, 1795, aged 48 years. Farewell, dear Friends, forbear your Tears, Here must I lie till Christ appears ; Then with his Saints I hope to have A Joyfull rising from the Grave. Also Mary Asbridge, who died December 21, 1812. Aged 53.
Ashburner (E). In memory of Thomas Ashburner of Cowenhead, who died the 21St February, 1778, Aged 73, and Margaret his Wife who died the l0th January, 1772, Aged 64. Also James their eldest Son. who died at Liverpool. July the 25th, 1791, Aged 57.
Askew (N.W.) Anthony Askew, died May 23th , 1830, aged 68.
Askew (In. Parr chapel floor, once with oak rail on two sides; wood-work now in the way, and shield of arms, &c., invisible). Here lyeth the Body of William Askew, late of Standingstones, in the Parish of Millom, and County of Cumberland, Gent., who departed this life the 13th of April, in the years. of our Lord 1717, and of his Age the 80th. He marryed Dorothy, the davghter of William Mvsgrave of Crookdake in the said County, Esqr., by whom he had only one svrviving davghter, now the wife of John Archer of Oxen Holme, Esqr. (Mr. ]ennings’ copy, 20th October 1863).
Askew (N. W. altar tomb). Here lie the Remains of Christopher Askew, who died I. May 8, 1799, Aged 40.
Askew (N. W. a/tar tomb). In memory of Christopher Askew of Kendal. Painter and Glazier, who departed this life 6th of April, 1796, Aged 78 years. Also of Mary his Wife, who d. 14th of April, 1796. Aged 76 years.
Askew (In. E. Bellingham chapel). Here lie the Remains of George Askew of Kendal, Glazier and Painter, who departed this life October 2nd, 1789, Aged 40 years. The Loss of him is much regretted by his Family, He being a tender Parent, and affectionate Husband and a sincere Friend.
Askew (N. W .) In memory of John Shepherd late of Kirkby Ireleth, Lancashire, who died August 1st 1823 Aged 73 years. Also of Agnes his Widow who died May 11th 1825 Aged 71 years. No splendid Monument is necessary to perfect their virtue, they are entombed in the Hearts of their own Family to be effaced only by death. Also of Mary Askew their grand- child who died March 15th 1824 Aged 2 years. and 9 m. In memory of Dorothy Askew who died September . 23d 1852 Aged 65.
Atkinson (N. rail). T.A. 1811. I. A. 1802. J. A. 1834. E. A. 1842 (i.e. Atkinson)
Atkinson (N. W). In memory of Christopher Atkinson late of Gateside in Howgill, who departed this life XXVII September, MDCCCXXXII, aged LII years. And of Margaret his Wife who died at Gateside in Howgil1 on the 17th day of November, 1837, aged 55 years.
Atkinson (E). Here lieth the Body of Elenora, only child of Thomas and Mary Atkinson of Kendal, who departed this life the 27th day of June, 1795, Aged 3 y and Seven m. Sweet flower tho' level'd with the plain, Yet thou shalt rise to blow again. Also of Thomas Atkinson, who died July 14th, 1830, Aged 66. Also of Mary his Wife, who died December 29th, 1832, Aged 80.
Atkinson (N). " Here let a monumental stone stand sacred as a shrine " to the dear memory of Elizabeth Atkinson, spinster, born at Spout, Crosthwaite, baptised March 11th, 1745, " in works of love in these alone restless, " she died in Whinfield Court, Kendal, February 9th, 1829.
Atkinson (W). In m. Elizabeth Atkinson, who died April 24th, 1836, Aged 22 years.
Atkinson (in. W). In memory of Frances Atkinson of Tooting in Surrey, who died May 25th, 1815, Aged 34.
Atkinson (N). Here Rests the Remains of George Atkinson late of Manchester, Ironmonger, Who departed this life the 29th day of February, 1808, Aged 52 years.
Atkinson (W. altar tomb). In memory of the late John Atkinson, Memory of D., who died on the sixteenth of March, 1788; also of the late John Wilson, who died on the 4th of April, 1812.
Atkinson (N. altar tomb). Near this Place are deposited the Remains of John Atkinson, late of Stricklandgate, Shearman, who died 28th May, 1783, aged 68; also Mary his wife, Who died 1st April, 1790, aged 77 ; and Thomas their youngest Son, Ironmaster, who died at his Brother William.s at Potter Fellside. Their eldest son the Reverend John Atkinson, Rector of Bepton in Sussex, died July 4th, 1784, aged 44. Dorothy, Widow of John Wilson of Strawberry Bank, died the 28th of April, 1823, aged 73.
Atkinson (W). Sacred memory of Robert Atkinson, late of Kendal, who died June 12th, 1839, aged 71 years. ; also of Ann, his wife, who died May 17th, 1850, aged 81 years.
Atkinson (E). Thomas Atkinson, Surgeon, died March 9th, 1852, aged 43 years.
Atkinson (In. W). In memory of Thomas Atkinson of Kirkland, who died 19th November, 1811, aged 73 years. ; also of Jane, his widow, who died 1lth October, 1834, aged 91 years. ; also of their son, the Reverend . John Atkinson, Memory of A., Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, who died May 25th, 1802, aged 32 years. , and of Elizabeth Atkinson their daughter, who died 17th February, 1842, aged 68 years.
Atkinson (N .) In memory of William Atkinson of Potter Fellside, who died September 29, 1809, aged 68. Also Mary, his Wife, who died April 22, 1778, aged 35; and Jane, his second Wife, who died December 23, 1809, aged 83.
Atkinson (E). In memory of Eleanor, Wife of James Simpson of Kendal, Solicitor, who died 4th September 1807 aged 42. And of their two sons John, died 11 April 1803 aged 4, James died June 18, 1803 aged 2. And of the above James Simpson who died lst Jan. 1815 aged 48. Also in m. John Davison Atkinson, grand-son of the above James and Eleanor Simpson, who died August 12th 1841 Aged 8 years. And of James Masterson Atkinson his brother who died June 10th 1843 Aged 7 years.
Backhouse (In. brass, N. Bellingham chapel). Nigh to this pillar lies ye Body of Mrs. Frances Strickland, late Wife to Mr. John Strickland of Strickland,† & da. to Edward Backhouse of Morland Esq. She was Born 1690 “ Marry’d 24th June 1708 “ Bury’d 1725 Emblem of Temporal Good, The Day that gave Her Birth & Marr'age saw Her in the Grave Wing'd with its native Love her Soul took flight, To Boundless Regions of Eternal Light. * Round the ceiling of this chapel are 4 shields with Arms, I, & II. Strickland with border (as above). III. 4ly, I & 4 Deincourt; 2 & 3, Strickland. IV. The same (but died and S. not repeated 41y). impaling Neville. On the screen enclosing half the chapel are the Strickland arms with border. †The word Strickland is evidently a contraction of, or an error for Strickland- gate. The "brass" previous to 1850-2 was affixed to the large angular pillar (north) which bounds the chapel. (Mr. Jennings).
Bailey (W.) In memory of Alice Bailey, Widow of Joseph Bailey, who departed this life the 8th day of October, 1794, in the 80th years. of her age.
Bainbridge (N.W.) In. m. John Hodgson late of this town, brewer, who. died June 25th 1839 aged 64 years. It is remarkable that he was born , married and died on the same day of the month June 25th in the different years. in which those occurrences took place, also of William Bainbridge, his brother-in-law who died August 31st 1844 aged 62 years. Also of John Bainbridge brother of the above William Bainbridge who died October 1st, 1848 aged 74, and also of Mary Hodgson, wife of the above John Hodgson who died on the 15th day of September . 1849 aged 72.
Baldwin (E. altar tomb). Here lie the Bodies of Thomas Shaw, Shearman and Agnes his wife, he died January 4, 1695 aged 65. She died March 1720 aged 77. This Monument is erected to their Memory by ye Reverend Thos. Shaw died D. their grand-son. Also Thomas Baldwin who died October 27, 1782 aged 90. Elizabeth his wife died August 17, 1785 aged 90. Thomas their Son died Decr. 18,1787 aged 56. John their Son died February 3, 1788 aged 53. Miles their Son died January 16, 1807 aged 74. Margaret his wife died April 6,1811 aged 74 years. Martha, daughter of Thomas And Elizabeth Baldwin died September . 22, 1813 aged 91. (brass, W. end). In memory of Sarah Cundall who died July 26th 1815 Aged 78 years.
Banks (From fragments on wall of churchyard qnd old vicarage court). Here Lyeth the Body of Mr. William Banks of Stricklandgate, who died May 12th, 1721, in the 3-Y. of his Age. Here lieth the Body of Elinor Banks late wife of the above Mr. William Banks, who departed this life the 12th of April, 1724, in the. . . . Margaret, the daughter of Mr. William and Eleanor Banks, died March 18th, 1723, Aged 9 years. Also Mr. John Banks bf Stricklandgate, their son, died August 13th, 1729, in the 27th years. of his age. (Mr. Jennings’ copy; m. 25 September, 1712, W. B. and Hellen Moore of Stricklandgate, par. reg.
Barnes (In. altar, tomb, S. aisle, and window). This Window, telling of Jesus and the Resurrection, is an offering to the Church in memory of the Reverend Joseph Watkins Barnes, Memory of A., and is presented by friends desirous of recording their grateful recognition of his services as Vicar of this Parish from A.D. MDCCCXLIV to A.D. MDCCCLVIII, and in particular of his zeal in labouring to effect the restoration and adornment of this Church, a work much needed, the chief part of which, including the Nave and Chancel, commenced in MDCCCL, he had the happiness of seeing successfully carried out before his death on the xvth of May, MDCCCLVIII. (On window). I am the Resurrection and the Life. He preached unto them Jesus and the resurrection. Who was delivered for our offences and was raised again for our justification. In sure and certain hope of the resurrection to eternal life through our Lord Jesus Christ.
Barnes (In. clerestory window S). Presented by the Reverend Jos. Watkins Barnes, late Fellow of Trin. CoIl., Cam., now Vicar of Kendal, A.D. MDCCCLI. Arms. ar. chevron between 3 roses, gu. on chief of last lion passant between 2 clasped books or (Mr. Rushforth).
Barnes (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Barnes (In N. clerestory window). In memory of Valentine Bagshot Barnes and Henry le Stourgeon Barnes, Twin children of Joseph Watkins Barnes. " Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven." 18 February, 1850, (Mr. Rushforth).
Barrow (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Barrow (N). Sacred memory of William Barrow, who departed life January 16th, 1825, in the 51st years. of his age. His disconsolate Widow, as a testimony of her affectionate regard, caused this stone to be erected. Weep not, dear friends, I am at peace and rest With no corroding care, or pain opprest ; Then, O prepare, for soon like me you must Be food for worms, and mingle with the dust. Also Barbara Barrow, who died January 20th, 1829, aged 58 years. Also of William Dunn Barrow, their Grandson, died July 25th, 1832, aged 3 years. and 7m. Also of Frances, son of the above William . and Barbara Barrow, who died May 3rd, 1834, aged 36.
Bateman (In. Bellingham chapel, E). Here lieth the body of Mr. Henry Bateman, late of Blease, who died the 18th day of March, Anno Dom. 1683 et. ætatis suræ 31, H. B. MDCLXXXIII.
Bateman (In. Bellingham chapel, E). Here lieth the body of Mr. Roger Bateman, eldest son of Mr. Henry Bateman, late of Blease, who (being four years. and three moneths old) died the ninth day of August, Anno Dom. 1684.
Bateman (In. brass, Bellingham chapel, E). Here under lyeth the body of Alice, the wife of Roger Bateman. of Ould Hutton, Clothier, daughter of Richard Garthwait of Garsdale Yeamon (sic), who dyed the 25th day of March, 1637, being aged 26 years 5 monthes and od dayes, and left issue 3 daus., Agnes, Margaret, and Elizabeth. Shall we entrust a grave with such a guest, Or thus confine her to a marble chest, Who though the Indies met in one smale roome, Th'are short in treasure of this pretious tombe, Well borne, and bred, brought up to feare and care, Marriage, which makes up women, made her rare, Matron and maide with all choyse virtues grac'st. Louveving and lov'd of all, a soule so chast, Ne'rigg'd for heaven, with whom none dare Venture their states with her in bliss to share, She liveing virtues pattern, the poores releife, Her husband's cheifest joy, now dead, his greife.
Bateman (W. altar tomb rail). William Bateman of Middleshaw, departed this life August 22nd, 1787, aged 33 years. Agnes Bateman, September 3d, 1798 aged 47 years. William Bateman Senr., died 11th February, 1807, aged 86 years. , his daughter Nancy, the wife of Thomas Harrison, surgeon, died 3d June,1821, aged 52 yr, also of Thomas Harrison, late of Kendal, sugeon, & one of the senior aldermen of this burgh who died the 4th of July, 1834, in the 61st years. of his age.
Baxter (W. altar tomb formerly railed. On side). In Memory of James Baxter, late an Alderman of this Burgh, who died June 26th, 1737, Aged 37, Also of Joyce Baxter, his Wife who died in the year 1737, Aged 38, Also of James their Son, who died an Infant. (On top). .In Memory of William Baxter, late of Kendal who died January 31st, 1798, Aged 67. Also of Agnes his Wife who died April 4th, 1775, Aged 38, and of John Baxter, late of Kendal, Surgeon, who died October 3d, 1758, Aged 30, and Phillis his Wife who died December 28th, 1793, Aged 69. Also of Agnes Baxter who died December 27th, 1768, Aged 34, and of Margaret Baxter who died November 27th, 1795, aged 63, Sisters to the above William Baxter.
Baynes (E). Sacred memory of Robert Wilson, whitesmith, who departed this life December . 7th 1841 aged 74 y., also Eleanor his wife, who departed this life March 11th 1846 aged 76 years. Mary their eldest daughter died December . 6th 1818 aged 20 years. Margaret their youngest daughter wife of John Baynes died November . 16th 1836 aged 30 years.
Beck (W). In Memory of Miles Beck, late of Natland who died October 14th, 1780, Aged 60, also of John Beck his Son, who died August 14th, 1784, Aged 37. Also of Agnes Dickinson, his daughter who died November 9th, 1804, Aged 47. Also of John Dickinson, his Son in Law, who died January 2nd, 1807, Aged 56. Also of Martha, Widow of Miles Beck who died November8th, 1810, Aged 86. Also of Margaret their daughter , who died April 28th. 1811, Aged 46. Also of Emma their daughter who died November 23d, 1818, Aged 73. Also of Thomas, son of Thomas Beck, who d. May 7th, 1818, Aged 26. Also of Walter Beck of London, their son, who died January 6th, 1819, Aged 59. Also of Thomas Beck of Kendal, their Son, who died February 1st, 1819, Aged 66. Also of William Beck, their Son who died and was Buried in the Isle of Delos, Africa, June 1791, Aged 36. Also of Miles Beck of Preston in Lancashire, their Son, who died January 13th 1821, Aged 70.
Bell (In brass, Bellingham chapel). Near this place lie the Remains of Ann Fairbank, Widow of John Fairbank, Alderman, and daughter of Matthew Bell, Tanner, She departed this life June the 23d 1766 Aged 72.
Berry (N.W). In memory of Mary Pooley, wife of Matthew Pooley late of Kirkland, who died January 4th 1796 aged 52 years. , also of William Berry Esquire, of Ashmeadow house, senior alderman and justice of the peace for this burgh, who died the 17th March 1833 aged 66 years.
Birch (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Birch 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Birkett (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Blackstock (E. brass on stone). Quisquis es, Viator, siste gradum, Spe beatæ Resurrectionis ad Vitam æternam Hic Quod mortale fuit requiescit Mariæ Holme nuper Hugonis Holme, Gen : Uxoris, Edwardi Blackstock de Kirkby in Kendal Filiæ natus secundæ ; Quæ quarto die Decembris obijt, Anno Salutis humanæ 1741 1Æat : 39. Juxta obdormiunt tres Infantuli iisdem Hugoni et Maria nati, Joannes Elizabetha et Edwardus Blackstock, E Filiabus uni Deboræ Fata pepercere superstiti. Vis ultra, Memento mori.
Bordley (Board). Donations to the poor for Bread. A.D. 1710 Rowland Wilson Esqr. London, Rent Charge on Grassgarth, Hugill, of £2 12S. od. Annually. 1750 Mr. John Robinson, Lane Foot, Strickland Ketel, Rent charge on Green Rigg Underbarrow of £2 12s. 0d. Annually. 1811 Mrs. Catherine Bordley. Kendal, Interest of £119 2s. 11d. New 3 per cents. 1813 Mr. William Sleddall, Kendal, Interest of £156 7s. 10d. New 3 per cents, 1846 Mrs. Elizabeth Rigg, Manchester, Moiety of Rents of Two Dwelling Houses, Wool Pack Yard. 1852 Reverend George Braithwaite Memory of A. Kendal, Interest of £198 15s. 2d. 3 per cent Consols. 1856 Mr. Christopher Gardner of Kendal, Ironmonger, Interest of £108 5s. 1d. 3 per cent Consols, being a gift to the Poor in commemoration of the Parish Church Restoration.
Bradshaw (In. S) . Sacred memory of Anne, Wife of Lieutenant T. W. Moffett of the Royal Navy, and daughter of Mr. Henry Bradshaw, formerly an Alderman of this Burgh. She died at High House in Crook, the 22nd day of March 1828 Aged 32 years. Her affectionate Husband, who deeply deplores his loss, Erected this as a token of respect to her beloved Memory.
Braithwaite (Board). Donations to the poor for Bread. A.D. 1710 Rowland Wilson Esqr. London, Rent Charge on Grassgarth, Hugill, of £2 12S. od. Annually. 1750 Mr. John Robinson, Lane Foot, Strickland Ketel, Rent charge on Green Rigg Underbarrow of £2 12s. 0d. Annually. 1811 Mrs. Catherine Bordley. Kendal, Interest of £119 2s. 11d. New 3 per cents. 1813 Mr. William Sleddall, Kendal, Interest of £156 7s. 10d. New 3 per cents, 1846 Mrs. Elizabeth Rigg, Manchester, Moiety of Rents of Two Dwelling Houses, Wool Pack Yard. 1852 Reverend George Braithwaite Memory of A. Kendal, Interest of £198 15s. 2d. 3 per cent Consols. 1856 Mr. Christopher Gardner of Kendal, Ironmonger, Interest of £108 5s. 1d. 3 per cent Consols, being a gift to the Poor in commemoration of the Parish Church Restoration.
Branthwaite (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Brettargh (Window S. aisle). In memory of John Yeates, died December . 1847 and Margaretta his Wife died September . 1847, erected by their youngest Son George H. B. Yeates 1865. Arms, I. ar. cross gu. II. ar. fret gu.on chief or, lion passant between 4cross crosslets of 2nd (Brettargh). III. per chevron or & gu. chevron between 3 gates all counterchanged (for Yeates). IV. ar. chevron sa. in chief 3 pellets (Toxteth). V. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6 Yeates, 2 Brettargh, 3 Toxteth, 4 or 2 bars vert (Ackberg), 5 ar. on bend cottised az. 3 mullets or (Ives). VI. Ives. VII. Ackberg. VIII. Yeates, & on escutcheon of pretence 41y. 1 Brettargh, 2 Toxteth, 3 Ackberg, 4 Ives. (Brass under window). This tablet is in affectionate remembrance of George Henry Brettargh Yeates Esquire, of Brettargh Holt, Milnthorpe, who died October 18th, 1875, aged 34 years. and was interred at Heversham October 21st. This was placed in memory of the above by his widow Caroline Beatrice Yeates A.D.1878.
Briggs (In. N.W.floor). died Threlfall 1822. E. Briggs, 1842.
Brocklebank (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Brooks (N.E). In memory of Thomas Sirr, late Guard of the Leeds & Kendal Coach & Innkeeper of this town who died November 11th 1834 aged 61 years. , & of Elizabeth wife of Henry Sanders & daughter of Robert Brooks formerly of the White Hart Inn who died on the 22nd day of August 1843 aged 23 ).
Broughton (Bellingham chapel E. on pillar). On earth three score a tene years spent| or nighe ther abowts this lyffe changed | Dame Thomasin Thorn bvrgh hence went | heavenlye joyes to joye expected | wiffe to Sir William Thornbvrgh Knyght |whylst on earth he was remaynyng. | Sir Robert Bellingham gentle knyght | hir father was wyth whom ending| she desired sepvlted to be | as here hir corps, hir hope (serving) (Whitaker II. 33Q, & Mr. Nicholson p. 59) Vnder lyeth as yove maye see | hir Spirit wyth the blessed being | the eleventhe of Avgvst she expired | a yeare of Christ on thowsand | fyve hundteth eightie too | (ended adds Whitaker) this world she left (there of not l0th) | almightie God hir sowle receave to hevenly blis she hvmblye craved. Arms, tin tures now, 1888, indistinct). I. erm. fret and chief gu. (Thornburgh) ; II. ar. 2 bars gu. on canton of last cross (flory) of field. (Broughton), III. ar. 2 bars and canton gu. over all bend az. (not ar. Mr. N. p. 59, Coupland). IV. fretty ar. (Harrington), V. ar. 3 bugle horns sa. garnished and stringed gu. (St. George says or) (Bellingham), VI. ar. 3 bendlets gu. on canton of last lion rampant of field (Burneshead). (Coll. Alms, I. C. B. 2nd Cal. 16, i.e. Copy of St. George's 1615 Westmd. Visit).
Brumwell (W. altar tomb). In Memory of Hugh Teasdale, who died October 22, 1787 Aged 61, and of Mary, his wife who died April 12, 1776, Aged 50, also of Mary, their Da. who died October 24, 1781 aged 21, Ann, their daughter who died April 2, 1786 Aged 21, Hugh their Son who died July 25, 1790 Aged 19, and James, their Son, who died December 11, 1794, Aged 36, and of the Infant Son of James Teasdale. Also of Jane relict of the above James Teasclale, who died March 14th 1825 Aged 63 years. And of their daus. Mary Teasclale, who died June 26th 1835 Aged 45 y. And Elizabeth, wife of W. C. Brumwell, who died August 21st 1836 Aged 44 years. Also of Jane Eliza infant daughter of W. C. & E. Brumwell, who died February . 1824. Also in m. Francis and Henry, Twin-Sons of James Teasdale, and Jane Brumwell, born June 1st died June 5th and 15th 1855.
Burn (N. W). Sacred memory of David Jackson who died 7th November . 1822 Aged 63. Also of E. A. J. -E. J. -& W. died J. His three Children by Maria his Wife. Also of Elizth. Warne (Mother of the said Maria Jackson) who died 3d October 1826 Aged 90. Also of William Burn her Brother who died Apl. 19, 1822 Aged 88. Also of Maria, Relict of the above David Jackson, who died January 11, 1849 Aged 75. Also of D.J. herNephew who died Apl. 29, 1836 aged 32.
Burra (E). In memory of John Guy late of Garths, Hut ton le Hay, who died September 17, 1790 Aged 32, also of Mary his daughter who died October 27, 1794 Aged 4, and of Isabella Guy his Mother who died August 2, 1809 Aged 78. Also of Mary Huddlestone who died June 12, 1838 Aged 77 years. also Thomas Burra formerly of Watters near Shap who died September lst 1838 aged 53 years. also Margaret his wife who died May 11th 1854, aged 64 years.
Burton (In. N). In memory of John Coward who was a Manufacturer of Ferret Silk in Kendal forty years. & supported through life the Character of an upright & honest Man. He died 31st of December 1798 aged 69. Hannah the Wife of John Coward & daughter of William Burton formerly of Dent in the county of York, was a Woman of the strictest Integrity& departed this life 2nd of May 1799 in the 65th years. of her age. Also near this place were interred three sons viz : The Reverend Joseph Coward Memory of A. on the Foundation of Queen's College, Oxford aged 31. Benjamin who had distinguished himself at School in Classical Literature died in his 18th years. , Henry, the youngest son, aged 21, & one daughter Margaret who died an Infant. Also near this place were interred Hannah Coward who died February . 20th 1825 Aged 64, And William Coward, Surgeon, who died Janry. 9th 1833 Aged 74.
Busher (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Busher (W). In memory of Morffee Lime late of this town, card manufacturer, who died January 8th 1839 aged 66 years. also of Elizabeth, his wife who died February 5th 1828 aged 54y., and of Thomas their son who died August 18th 1844 aged 34 years. , also of Charles Busher who died May 11th 1850 Aged 3 years. & 6 m., & of Elizabeth Busher who died July 24th 1851 Aged 7 years. and of Mary Busher who died March 21st 1852 Aged 3 years. and 6 m. Grandchildren of the above Memory of Lime.
Butler (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Butler 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Chambre (In. N ). Sacred memory of William Sympson 31 years. senior Alderman of this Burgh, & Jane his wife, daughter of Alan Chambre. He died September 18, 1776, aged 78. he died August 4, 1781 aged 83. Sacred memory of Joseph Sympson and Rebecca his wife, daughter of John Miller. Senior Alderman of this Burgh, He died October 31, 1806 aged 76, she died November 21,1781 aged 41.
Chaplin (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Cholmeley (E. window in 1626 No. 1. Whitaker; Nos..I, 11, & 111 in Strickland Chapel, 1664, Dugdale Coll. Arms C. 39, 2nd Cal. l0b). Arms, 1. 41y. 1 & 4 ar. fess dancette between 8 billets sa.. (Deincourt) ; 2 & 3, sa. 3.escallops ar. (Strickland). II. 41y. 1, Strickland ; 2, Deincourt ; 3, blank; 4, gu. fess ar. (. . . . . . ). 111. gu. garb. or, in chief a fleur de lis of 2nd in crescent ermine between two Esquire's helmets ppr. (Cholmeley).
Clark (N. E). In memory of Elizabeth Longhorne late of Highgate, Kendal, who died November 9, 1811 aged 44. Also Isabella her daughter , (Wife) of Simon Clark, Strickland Kettle, who died September 8, 1813 Aged 24.
Clarkewell (Formerly N. aisle, now missing). Margaret Clarkewell. (Mr. Jennings).
Clarkewell (N. W). Mary Clemetson who (d). July 23 1836 Aged 48 years.
Cock (Brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lieth the Body of Mr. William Cock, Mercer, who departed this life the 7th of October Anno Domini 1724 Ætatis suæ 63. Here also lieth the Bodies of his daughter Mary Ann & his Son John.
Cock (Brass. Bellingham chapel). Here also lie the Remains of his Widow Mrs. Hellen Cock, the daughter of the Reverend Mr. John Denton, Rector of Stonegrave in Yorkshire and Prebendary of York, who departed this life January 12th 1762 Aged 81.
Cock (In. W. floor). Here lie the Remains of Thomas Cock of Red Bank in Skelsmergh who died October 21st 1694 aged 62. And William Cock of Red Bank his Son who died October 4th 1747 aged 75. William Cock placed this Stone to the Memory of his Grandfather and Uncle in 1787, And was himself here interred the 29th December 1789 aged 55 Years.
Cock (E). Sacred memory of George Jackson who died January 25th 1821 Aged 68, James his Son d. March l0th 1805 Aged 10. Alice his daughter died February 6th 1800 Aged 1. Nanny his Wife died May 20th 1829 Aged 68. Mary, grand-da. of the above, and daughter of William Jackson died 2nd September . 1825 Aged 6. George, Grandson of the above, & son of John Jackson died 26th April 1831 Aged 13. Ann daughter of the above died July 29th 1830 Aged 33. The above William Jackson died 14th September . 1831 Aged 40. The above John Jackson died 4th February 1832 Aged 39. Eleanor Cock died 24th December . 1836 Aged 41. Ann, daughter of the above Eleanor died 21St December . 1836 Aged 6 m. Emma Jackson Wife of the above William Jackson died September . 27th 1850, Aged 60.
Cocke (Brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lth the Body of Mrs. Hannah Cocke late Wife of Mr. William Cocke alderman of K. Kendal who died the 16th day of Novembr. Anno Dom. 1696 ætatis sue 33, mori mihi lucrum est.
Compston (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Compston (W). Sacred memory of Margaret Compston, youngest daughter of Robert Compston, who departed this life December . 9th 1846 aged 30 years. Stranger who e'er thou art respect this stone the name it bears may be to thee unknown as to the world, but it to one was dear or else it never had been sculptur'd here, I will not ask thee for her soul to pray, Pray for thyself & all-& go thy way also of Robert Compston, father of the above, died July 23rd 1848 aged 76.
Cooke (Brass, Parr chapel). Here lyes the Body of Ralph Cooke late of this Town, Gent. who departed this life the 31st day of August Anno Dom. 1719 & Ætat suræ 63. Here also lyes the Body of John his youngest Son who departed this life the 28th day of April Anno Dom. 1718 & Ætat suae 7. Here also lyes the Body of William his third son who departed this life the l0th day of January Anno Dom. 1722 & Ætat suae .19. (Mr. Jennings' 1861 copy; bur 9 January par. reg).
Cookson (N. W). Sacred memory of William Cookson, Union Street, who departed this life September . 16th 1835 aged 61 years. Ann, Relict of William Cookson departed life 3rd April 1861 Aged 79 years. Interred at St. Thomas's, Kendal, 7th April 1861. Also in m. John Hodgson who died at Keswick September 19th 1839 Aged 78 years. And of Ann his Wife who died at Kendal February 9th 1845 in the 88th years. of her age, her end was peace. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."
Cooper (W). James Cooper 1804, Catherine Cooper 1804, Thomas Cooper 1781, Joseph Cooper 1825, Mary Cooper 1828.
Copley (In. brass. Bellingham chapel). Here lie the Remains of Isabella Copley late of Hawkshead Hall, who died the 28th day of February 1770 Aged 46 years.
Corker (N). Here lieth interred Mr. Richard Corker who died October the 21st 1759 aged 49 years. He was a Man strictly honest, a firm Friend, a noble pattern of Industry and a good Christian. (partly from Mr. Jennings’ copy).
Corney (In. S. floor). To the memory of Ann Corney, Widow of Peter Corney of Penrith who departed this life November 25th 1805 Aged 78 years. This Stone was placed here by desire of her Sister Jane Heysham. Also in m. Jane Heysham, Widow, who departed this life May 23, 1806 Aged 81 years. Both Daughters of George and Mary Fell of Kirkland.
Cornthwaite (W. altar tomb). Thomas Cornthwaite late of this Town, Whitesmith & Iron-founder died the 17th day of August 1796 Aged 56. The fame of this truly ingenious Mechanic need not be sounded here, he hath raised to himself a more durable Monument in the many useful Inventions by which he hath contributed to the good of Mankind. Also Elizabeth his Wife died the 7th day of June .1785, in the 41st years. of her age.
Coupland (W). Here lie the Remains of Mr. Thomas Coupland late of Kendal, Maltster, who departed this life the 5th day of December 1771 aged 57 years. This monument is erected by his Widow to be a lasting memorial of her esteem and Affection. His Life was one contind. Scene of Industry, application to Business, and the service of his Friends, which rendered him a truly valuable Man, Near also lie the Remains of Agnes his daughter late Wife of Mr. William Wilkinson of K(endal) Hosier who died the 29th Day of April. . . . in the 27th years. of her age. She was his Wife 8 Y - all living to 1ament the loss of so . . . . a Parent. Also underneath this Stone lie the R(emains) of Elizabeth Coupland, Widow of the . . . . Thomas Coupland who departed this life the 7th July, 1798 Aged 71 years.
Coward (In. N). In memory of John Coward who was a Manufacturer of Ferret Silk in Kendal forty years. & supported through life the Character of an upright & honest Man. He died 31st of December 1798 aged 69. Hannah the Wife of John Coward & daughter of William Burton formerly of Dent in the county of York, was a Woman of the strictest Integrity& departed this life 2nd of May 1799 in the 65th years. of her age. Also near this place were interred three sons viz : The Reverend Joseph Coward Memory of A. on the Foundation of Queen's College, Oxford aged 31. Benjamin who had distinguished himself at School in Classical Literature died in his 18th years. , Henry, the youngest son, aged 21, & one daughter Margaret who died an Infant. Also near this place were interred Hannah Coward who died February . 20th 1825 Aged 64, And William Coward, Surgeon, who died Janry. 9th 1833 Aged 74.
Coward (Floor of aisle N). William Coward 1833.
Cowperthwaite (S. Wall, removed thither in 1849, with others, from mid aisle floor, on the church being partially re-flagged), Here lie the Remains of Hannah, Wife of William Fletcher, Apothecary and Surgeon, who departed this life April 2d 1752 in the 37th years. of her Age, she was daughter to Christopher & Jennet Cowperthwaite late of Nether Levens. She was an affectionate and dutiful Wife and daughter and an indulgent Parent. (Mr Jennings.)
Cowperthwaite (In. W). To the memory of John Williamson late of Natland Beck, Gent. who departed this life February 29, 1760; aged 51. And Mary his wife, daughter of James and Catherine Cowperthwaite of Whitwell, who died August 20, 1784 ; aged 79. Also Stephen their elder son who died an Infant, This Monument was erected by their only surviving son, James Williamson B.D. of Queen's College, Oxford.
Crackenthorp (Bellingham chapel floor). Hic jacet Anna Crackenthorp, Roberti & Jane Ridgeway Filia Qure Mortem obiit non pertubata 17mo. Die Januarii Anno Salutis 1770 Aetatis 19. Reverendus Gilbertus Crackenthorp, Scholae Candaliensis Præfectus, In Memoriam Charissimæ conjugis, hoc Monumentum Mærens posuit.
Crackenthorp (In. Bellingham chapel floor). Here lie the Remains of Elizabeth Wife of Mr.Gilbt. Crackenthorp, Master of the Grammar School in Kendal, daughter of Robt. & Elizabeth Wilson of the Coffee House in Highgate who died the 2d of January 1774 aged 53.
Cragg (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Crathorne (In. S. E). Arlns (on lozenge) ar. saltire gu. impaling per fess gu. & ar.3 cinquefoils counterchanged (Swinburne). Here lie the Remains of Isabella Crathorne, Widow of Thomas Crathorne Esquire of Crathorne In the county of York. Though left to deplore the loss Of an affectionate Husband At an age in which time Had scarcely diminished Th' attractions of her person She prefer'd The melancholy pleasure Of bearing his name To every solicitation Which press'd her to a second Union. Those pledges of their love Who lost in infancy A Father's care, When reason began to dawn Beheld in his faithful Relict A Parent Entitled to redoubled affection. A display of her amiable qualities From one Whom Nature had taught to love And mature reflexion to venerate her Might be Suspected Of fond exaggeration. To prevent This injustice to her memory He is silent with respect to her Virtues; And only testifies His sorrows For the loss of so excellent a Mother By his wish That her example May ev! ery day become less rare. She died 7th of april 1789 In the 53d years. of her age. Requiescat in pace. (Mr. Jennings' copy 1861. buried 1789 Ap. 21 Isabella C. of Stramongate, papist.
Craven (W. altar tomb). Here lie the Remains of William Robinson, Mason, who died the l0th day of March 1781 Aged 61. Margaret his Wife, who died the 13th day of July 1781 Aged 66. And William Robinson their Son who died the 28th of December 1787 Aged 57. Jane Robinson his surviving Widow caused this Tomb to be erected. And William Robinson, her second Husband who died March 22d 1804 Aged 34, And George Craven her Father who died April 12th 1797 Aged 67. And Agnes Craven, his Widow who died April 19th 1821 Aged 93. The above Jane Robinson, died May 11th 1850 Aged 85. And Agnes daughter of the above Jane Robinson, who died August 17th 1852 Aged 64.
Crosby (In. E) . H. S. E. Willielmus Crosby A.M. Dunelmensis Collegij S.S. Trinitatis Cantabrig. ab: anno 1690 Socius, hujus Eccles ab anno 1699 Vicarius obijt Septimo die Decembris Anno Dom. 1733 Ætat. 70 months.
Crosfield (W). In memory of Susan Crosfield, daughter of Thomas and Susan Crosfield of Stricklandgate, Kendal, who died January 4. 1802 Aged 28. Also in m. Robert Vipond who died April 28th 1838 Aged 55. And of Jane Vipond his Wife, Relation to the above named, who died June 28th 1843 Aged 62 Also of Martha Vipond, daughter of Robert and Jane Vipond who died June 5th 1849 Aged 27.
Cuddy (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Cuddy 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Cundall (E. altar tomb). Here lie the Bodies of Thomas Shaw, Shearman and Agnes his wife, he died January 4, 1695 aged 65. She died March 1720 aged 77. This Monument is erected to their Memory by ye Reverend Thos. Shaw died D. their grand-son. Also Thomas Baldwin who died October 27, 1782 aged 90. Elizabeth his wife died August 17, 1785 aged 90. Thomas their Son died Decr. 18,1787 aged 56. John their Son died February 3, 1788 aged 53. Miles their Son died January 16, 1807 aged 74. Margaret his wife died April 6,1811 aged 74 years. Martha, daughter of Thomas And Elizabeth Baldwin died September . 22, 1813 aged 91. (brass, W. end). In memory of Sarah Cundall who died July 26th 1815 Aged 78 years.
Cuthbert (E. flat, formerly altar tomb, with rail). Here lies buried The Reverend . Richard Cuthbert A.Y. Vicar of Kirkby Kendale: In whose character The christian, the scholar, and the gentleman, rendered each other more illustrious. His zeal was happily tempered with knowledge and moderation. His publick labours and private conduct agreed to demonstrate the integrity of his life. Stranger suspect not this epitaph of flattery ; His praises are more fully inscribed on the hearts of all who knew him. And his Master's Presence will reward and perfect his virtues, By a more intimate converse with the great exemplar. Ob. November 7. A.D. 1744 Aetat. 48 Cur huj. Par. 11. Here also lieth Dorothy his daughter aged 2, Richard his son aged 6.
Dalston (In. N). To Memory of John Leyburne late of Cunswick Esq. who died ye 9th of Decem: 1737: Aged 69. In whom that Ancient, Loyall, & Religious Family is now extinct, Whose Example this Inscription Recommends to Posterity, For under this Stone lies the Remains of a most Affectionate Husband, a Charitable Neighbour, & a Kind Master. In Dealings Just, In Words Sincere, Was Humble in Pros perity, Heroickly resign'd in Adversity, Whose unaffected Devotion. Strict Sobriety & Unwearied practice of Christian Duties, is worthy ye Imitation of All. He had two Sons, who died in their Infancy so hath left no Issue to inherit his Virtues. And that the Memory of them may not perish with ye Name Lucy his wife hath Plac'd this Monument, as a Memorial of her Love & Esteem. Miseremini, Miseremini, mei, Saltem vos Amici mei ! Job 19th. Arms, 41y I & 4 az. 6 1ioncels ar. armed & langued gu. (Leyburne) 2 & 3, or. chevron gu. between 3 daws heads erased beaked of the field (for Dalston).
Dalton (In: brass, Bellinghan~ chapel). Here lie the Remains of Elizth. Dalton, Widow 0f Capt. James Dalton who departed this life the 11th Day of July in the years. of our Lord 1769.
Davison (E. altar tomb, rail). In memory of John Davison Esq. late of Hill-top House near Kendal, who departed this life the 12th day of April 1804, in the 54th years. of his Age. Also of Agnes his Wife who died November 1st 1831 in the 76th years. of her Age.
Dawson (In. W). Here lyes Frances late Wife of Jacob Dawson Gent. who departed this life 19 June 1700: in ye 25th years. of her age Who by a Free and Chearfull resignation of herselfe (even in the midst of this world's affluence), has left us just grounds to hope she is now happy.
Dawson (E). J. Dawson aged 64, 1821. Eliz. Dawson aged 83.1840.
Dawson (In. E. chancel floor). Hic jacet reverend us in Christo pater Robertvs Dawson episcopvs Clonefertensis et Dvcensis Hibernicvs Qui. obiit.. die decima tertia Aprilis 1643. (aged 54).
Deincourt (E. window in 1626 No. 1. Whitaker; Nos..I, 11, & 111 in Strickland Chapel, 1664, Dugdale Coll. Arms C. 39, 2nd Cal. l0b). Arms, 1. 41y. 1 & 4 ar. fess dancette between 8 billets sa.. (Deincourt) ; 2 & 3, sa. 3.escallops ar. (Strickland). II. 41y. 1, Strickland ; 2, Deincourt ; 3, blank; 4, gu. fess ar. (. . . . . . ). 111. gu. garb. or, in chief a fleur de lis of 2nd in crescent ermine between two Esquire's helmets ppr. (Cholmeley).
Deincourt (Strickland chapel, altar tomb). Arms, 1. 41y. 1 & 4, fess dancette between 9 billets 4 & 5 (Deincourt). 2 & 3 escallops (Strickland). I I. The same (but not repeating) impa1ing on saltire, mallet pierced (Nevil1e).
Dennison (E). Sacred memory of John Dennison late of Liverpool who died June 8th 1835. also of Betsy Dennison of Kirkland, Widow of the above and fourth daughter of Robert and Ann Harrison who departed this life April 9th 1854 aged 83 years. Requiescantin pace.
Dent (In. S. W.floor) . Mary Dent died 30th April 1835 aged 79.
Denton (Brass. Bellingham chapel). Here also lie the Remains of his Widow Mrs. Hellen Cock, the daughter of the Reverend Mr. John Denton, Rector of Stonegrave in Yorkshire and Prebendary of York, who departed this life January 12th 1762 Aged 81.
Dickinson (W). In Memory of Miles Beck, late of Natland who died October 14th, 1780, Aged 60, also of John Beck his Son, who died August 14th, 1784, Aged 37. Also of Agnes Dickinson, his daughter who died November 9th, 1804, Aged 47. Also of John Dickinson, his Son in Law, who died January 2nd, 1807, Aged 56. Also of Martha, Widow of Miles Beck who died November8th, 1810, Aged 86. Also of Margaret their daughter , who died April 28th. 1811, Aged 46. Also of Emma their daughter who died November 23d, 1818, Aged 73. Also of Thomas, son of Thomas Beck, who d. May 7th, 1818, Aged 26. Also of Walter Beck of London, their son, who died January 6th, 1819, Aged 59. Also of Thomas Beck of Kendal, their Son, who died February 1st, 1819, Aged 66. Also of William Beck, their Son who died and was Buried in the Isle of Delos, Africa, June 1791, Aged 36. Also of Miles Beck of Preston in Lancashire, their Son, who died January 13th 1821, Aged 70.
Dickinson (E). This Tomb is inscribed with Parental Affection To Memory of Isabella Dickinson daughter of Richard & Dorothy Dickinson of Kendal, who departed this life the 20th of February 1793. Aged 18 years. Likewise the body of Dorothy Dickinson, Wife of Richard Dickinson, who departed this life the 1st of September 1810 Aged 73 years. Also the body of Richard Dickinson who departed this life on the 21st of March 1814 Aged 79Y .
Dickinson (E. 2 altar tombs, rail). [I.] In memory of Benjamin Hunter, Wine Merchant, who d. February 2, 1804 aged 51, also of Elizabeth, his Wife, daughter of John Dickinson, of Low Barrows Green, who died February 4, 1788 aged 25, & of Alice, his second Wife, daughter of the Reverend Isaac Knipe Memory of A. of Ambleside, who died December 27, 1802 aged 35, & of Catherine his daughter who died June 4, 1799 aged 4 Memory of [2] .Thomas Hunter late of Kendal, Hosier, died February 12th 1784 aged 64Y., And Catherine his daughter died July 15th 1766 aged 9 years. , Also Catherine his Wife departed this life May 18th 1787 aged 73. Thomas Hunter, hosier, son of Thomas & Catherine Hunter died June l0th 1811, aged 56. Jane Hunter died September 16th, 1829 Aged 73.
Dixon (W). Elizabeth Dixon, died April 13, 1806 Aged 62.
Dixon (E). In Memory of James Dixon 1800, Elizabeth Dixon 1820, John Tebay 1820, Elizabeth Dixon Tebay 1825, James Tebay 1840.
Dixon (E. altar tomb). In Memory of Robert Dixon who died November 4, 1772 Aged 52, also of William Simpson, Wine Merchant, who died December 10, 1802 Aged 47, and of William his Son Who died August 21, 1795, Aged 6 and William his Son Who died April 19, 1809 Aged 12. Dorothy Dixon, Widow of the above Robert Dixon d November 15th 1814 Aged 88 and Elizabeth Simpson Widow ot the above William Simpson who died at Crosthwaite December . 6th 1849 Aged 88.
Dixon (N .E). In memory of Thomas Dixon, who died at Low Mills; May 17th, 1837 Aged 62 years. and of Betsy his daughter who died Augst. 23rd 1826 Aged 13 years. and of Ann his wife who died December 11th 1838 Aged 62 years.
Dobinson (N). In memory of Esther wife of Richard Dobinson, Scalthwaite-Rigg Stocks who departed life 17th February 1842 Aged 45 years. she was much beloved in her family, deeply regretted by those who knew her & and the poor have lost a friend. Remember now when this you see, that you prepare to follow me.
Dodgson (In. N. W. floor). Here lie the Remains of Elizabeth, Wife of John Dodgson of Stramongate who died .January 27, 1782, aged 52. Here also is buried the aforesaid John Dodgson Who died June 4, 1784 aged 60.
Dodgson (E). Here lieth the Body of Mr. John Robinson late of Crossbank in Kendall. Here Also Lieth the Body of Mrs. Isabel Dodgson, Relict of the said Mr. John Robinson, and Wife of Mr. John Dodgson Alderman, who died January the 11th l739 Aged 63. Here also lie interred the Remains of Mr. John Dodgson, Husband of the said Isabel and late Sen. Alderman of Kendal, who died the 4th of February 1765 Aged 86. And near this Stone are Deposited the Bodies of his two Grand-children, John Aged near twenty years. and Isabel Aged three. (Mostly Mr. Jennings'. 1861 Copy).
Dowker (In. W). Sacred memory of Elizabeth Carus, daughter of the late James Dowker Esqr. who died 1. January 16th 1804 Aged 52 years. also of Dorothy Dowker her Sister who died May 15th 1831 Aged 82 years.
Dowker (In. N). To Memory of James Dowker, Late of Kendal Esquire who died August 21,1786 aged 66; and of his eldest Son John Dowker who died May 23, 1787 aged 30; And of his youngest Son Thomas Dowker who died August 19, 1786 aged 24. His second and only surviving Son, The Reverend James Dowker; A.M. erected this Monument, And died 19th October 1789 Aged 28 years. Jane Dowker Widow of ye above named Jas. Dowker Esqr. died 9th March 1794 Aged 71. Arms, ar. fess wavy between 3 sheldrakes sa. Crest, arm ppr. holding fish.
Dowker (In. N). Sacred memory of Jackson Harrison Esqr. one of the Senior Aldermen of this Burgh of Kendal,who died on the 17th of October 1804 Aged 63 years. , also of his Widow Mrs.Jane Harrison daughter of the late James Dowker Esq. who died on the 21st of January 1820 Aged 66 years.
Dowker (In. S). " Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, " Sacred memory of William . Richardson Esqr. who departed this life November . 28th 1809 aged 58, and of Thomasin his widow, the youngest daughter and last surviving descendant of James Dowker Esqre, she died January 4th 1839, aged 81.
Dowson D(OWSON). (E}. I.K., J.K., E.D., 1825; B.C.D. 1830; E.W.1835 (Mr.Jennings). (Mrs. Dowson wife of Mr. B.D.,printer, aged 39, died 6 July. 1825 ; Benjamin Clementson died aged 19, died 15 May 1830. Kendal Chronicle).
Drinkell (In. S.W). In memory of Francis Drinkell Senior alderman of this Burgh Esquire who died September 5th 1787 Aged 76. Also of Frances his wife who died June 9th 1771 aged 65 years. ; she was the daughter of Richard Wilson of Black Hall Esquire. Arms, sa. lion rampant, in chief 3 mullets of six points.
Dudgeon (In. N). Sacred memory of George Dudgeon who died September 27th 1814 Aged 42. Also of Mary his Wife who died March 2nd 1815 Aged 52.
Edmondson (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Edmondson (N. E). In memory of Mary Ann Edmondson aged 2 years. 1825, Mary Edmondson 4y. 1829,Jane Edmondson 2 years. 1835,Joseph Edmondson 3 years. 1838, Catherine Edmondson 1 years. 1838, Dorothy Edmondson 4 years. 1844.
Elleray (E). Tom. Ann Elleray, daughter of Robert & Jane Elleray of Kirkland, Tanner, who departed this life January 20th 1826 Aged 5 years. Also of Robert Elleray their Son who departed life February 18th 1828 Aged 9 years. , And of Jane Elizabeth Elleray, second Da. of the above named who departed life December 23rd 1837 Aged 10 years. Also in m. Robert Elleray, Father to Children above named who departed this life April 12th 1849 Aged 71 years. Also of Jane Elleray the beloved Wife of the above who departed this life October 23, 1855 Aged 59 years.
Elleray (E). Here lies Interred Christopher Elleray late of Cooper House in Strickland Roger, Tanner, who departed this life the 22d Day of March in the years. 1748 in the 66 years. of his Age.
Elleray (N. 2 altar tombs, rail). [1] Here lie the Remains of Robert Nicholson la te of the Market-place in Kendal; Grocer, who died September the 17th 1741 aged 75 years. Here also lie the Remains of Thomas Elleray late of the Market-place, Grocer and Tallow chandler, who died December the 5th 1782 aged 80 years. Isabella EIleray placed this Monument as a Testimony of her respect to the Memory of an Uncle and a Brother. [2] Isabella Elleray a maiden lady died l. October 29th. 1788, after surviving the rest of her family and the in- timates of her earlier years; she died not unlamented. Her munificence endeared her to the poor who mourn the loss of their common friend. Her bounty was not confined to the present age alone, but provided for posterity by augmenting the funds of the public charities in this town by liberal donations to the Hospital, Sunday School's and Dispensary. She died in the 79th years. of her age.
Elliot (E). A. Elliott died 30th April 1824 Aged 91. Catherine Elliott died 22nd January 1826 Aged 81.
Elyetson (W). In memory of Jane the Wife of John Emmett of Preston who departed this life April 20th 1847 Aged 37 years.
Evans (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Evans 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Fairbank (In brass, Bellingham chapel). Near this place lie the Remains of Ann Fairbank, Widow of John Fairbank, Alderman, and daughter of Matthew Bell, Tanner, She departed this life June the 23d 1766 Aged 72.
Fawcett (N). In Memory of Robert Pennington of Hollings in Hutton-i'th'-Hay, who died October 5th 1849 aged 78. Also of David Fawcett Pennington his son, who died August 30th 1840; aged 27. Also of Ann Fawcett, who died April 15th 1842 aged 87, relict of the late David Fawcett of Kendal, she died at Hollings, Hutton-i'th'-Hay at the house of her son in law Robert Pennington. Also of David Fawcett, husband of the above who died February 5th 1803. Also of Mary, widow of the above Robert Pennington who died on the 4th November 1878 aged 87 y. and was interred at the new cemetery.
Fell (In. S. floor). To the memory of Ann Corney, Widow of Peter Corney of Penrith who departed this life November 25th 1805 Aged 78 years. This Stone was placed here by desire of her Sister Jane Heysham. Also in m. Jane Heysham, Widow, who departed this life May 23, 1806 Aged 81 years. Both Daughters of George and Mary Fell of Kirkland.
Fell (E). James Fell, 1822, Mary Fell, 1832.
Fell (S. E). Near this place are deposited the remains of James Fell late surgeon in Kendal, he was born at Gleaston in the County of Lancaster the sixth day of July A.D. MDCCXXXIX and died the seventeenth day of September A,D. MDCCCIII. His professional skill, his sim- plicity of manners, his warm benevolence of disposition and his active, extensive and unostentatious charity rendered him respected in life, resigned through a long and acute illness and comfortable at the hour of death under the firm and Christian hope of a future and a better World. Reader! Go and do thou likewise. Then humbly meet thy God.
Fell (In. N. aisle). Thomas Fell 1819. Bridget Fell 1841.
Fell (In. N). Sacred memory of Thomas Fell, late of Kendal Esqr. who departed this life July 21st 1819 aged 42 years. This tablet was erected by Bridget his widow who entered into the rest that she longed for on the 1st of March 1841 aged 58 years.
Fell (In. s. W. floor). To the memory of Dorothy Yeates late wife of Thomas Yeates, town clerk of Kendal, who died the 30th day of October 1784 in the 46th years. of her age; George Fell and Mary his wife, her father and mother, and James, William, Edward, and Elizabeth, four of their children, also lie interred here, also of the said Thomas Yeates, who died 16th September 1791 aged 59, and Edward Yeates his son, who died 22nd of September 1790 aged 19. Also of Anthony George, third son of John and Margaretta Yeates ; and great-grand son of the above Thomas Yeates, he died November 25th 1837 aged 7 years.
Fenton F(ENTON). (W). C.F. 1808. P.F. 1825., Memory of F. 1802. A.F.1802. A.F. 1803 (5).
Fenton (In. W. formerly over N. aisle door). Sacred memory of Christopher Fenton who died l November 1808 Aged 84. " Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord." He was Senior Alderman of this Burgh 20 years, and served the Office of Mayor four Times with Zeal and Fidelity. Also of Barbara his Wife, who died 28 November 1796 Aged 74. Also of Miles Fenton who died September . 1809, Aged 82. Also of Agnes, Wife of Cr. Fenton Junr. who died 24 May 1804 Aged 29, & her two Children Agnes Aged 3 years. and Christopher an amiable Youth who died in Liver- pool 5 Oct. 1811, Aged 14. Near this place are also Interred the Remains of Elizabeth only daughter of the above Christopher Fenton who departed this life the 19th day of February 1829 in the 76 years. of her Age. Arms, ar cross fimbriated between 4 fleurs de lis. Crest, out of Eastern crown, arm embowed holding dagger.
Fenton (In. N. floor). Elizabeth Fenton. .
Fenwick (In brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lieth interred Benjamin Fenwick Esq. a worthy Descendant from the Antient Family of Nunriding in Northumberland who died November the 15th 1752 in the 84th years. of his Age. This laudable Gentleman truly zealous and firmly strenuous for the Glory of his Prince and the Good of his Country spent sixty years. in the Marine Service, with unblemished Honour, and undeviating Fidelity. As a just Reward of his gallant Actions, His Sovereign gave him the Command of a man of war. In that important Post He fought the Enemies of Great Britain with intrepid Courage, meritorious Conduct, and memorable Success. Mrs. Lambert, his Niece, ordered this Inscription as a solemn Testimony of her great Regard to his merit and gratefull Affection for his memory.
Fenwick (In. brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lie the Remains of Mrs. Jane Fenwick, a Descendant from the worthy Family of the Fenwicks of Overborrough in Lancashire who died July the 5th 1753 aged 57 years.
Fisher (In. N. dove, crown, and Palm branch, 3books, one opened). In memory of Anne, wife of Ralph Fisher of Hill-Top near Kendal Esquire, a most affectionate partner, a kind and tender mother, a sincere and attached friend and a truly pious Christian. She departed this life on the 21st day of June 1818 at the age of 38 years. leaving a disconsolate husband & a large young family to deplore her loss. “Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord." (Crest, a Kingfisher holding a fish. Arms, or, chevron between three kingfishers gu : Motto Ex fide fortis.
Fisher (In. Bellingham chapel). Here lieth the body of Edward Fisher, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Fisher of Highgate in K. Kendall who died the 4th day of March Anno Domini 1676 aetatis suae 19, (some Greek, difficult to decipher, follows).
Fisher (N. W). Underneath this Stone is interred John, The Son of Ralph & Ann Fisher of Hill-Top in this County, who died the 7th Day of April 1810 Aged 11 m. Also Sarah & Betsey, Infant Daus. of Ralph and Ann Fisher, who died the 18th August 1816. Also Ann, Wife of Ralph Fisher, who died 21st June 1818 Aged 38 years.
Fisher (In. N. clerestory window). John Fisher gave this. Arms, az. on chevron between 3 towers ar. a compass. Motto, In the Lord is our trust. (Mr. Rushforth).
Fitzhugh (Formerly in E. window, S. aisle, Parr. chapel, and see Whitaker II. 327) Arma Wil. Par militis. Arms (underneath) 41y, I & 4, 2 bars, crescent for difference (Parr.), 2 & 3, 3 water-bougets. (Ros) (Hill MSS. II. 66 note I & 4 Ros ; 2, fess within border, mullet for difference (Parr) ; 3, ar. 3 chevronels interlaced and chiefor (Fitzhugh).
Fitzhugh (Large black marble altar tomb, Parr chapel). Arms in 1888 (on N). I, 41y. I & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Parr (without border) vairy, a fess (Marmion), III Fitzhugh. (On E). IV. 41y 1 & 4 (4 not repeating each coat) 41y I & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Parr ; 2 Fitzhugh ; 3 Marmion. All within Garter, with Motto hony soyt quy maly pense.* * Compare different accounts in Hill MSS. II. 66, Whitaker's Richmondshire 11. 327 and Mr. Nicholson's Annals 51, the last favouring Brus vice Marmion. The latter author notes as upon the (old) ceiling of the Parr Chapel, 5 shields with Arms I. 41y I & 4 Par; 2 & 3, 41y 1& 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe (with cross crosslets). II 41y I &4 Par, 2 & 3 Ros. III I & 4 Par, 2 Fitzhugh (without chief), 3,4ly l & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Brus. IV 4ly 1 & 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe. V Ros. Mr. Bellasis now observes S shields round the (new) ceiling. Arms 1 41y 1 & 4 Par 2 & 3 Ros. II 41y 1 & 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe (with chief or, lion passant gu). III 41y 1 Par, 2 Fitzhugh, 3, vairy, fess gu. (Marmion). 4 Ros IV Par, & on esculcheon of pretence or, on pile gu. between 6 roses ar. 3 roses of 2nd. (Parr. angmentatiou) V. Marmion. VI ar. 2 bars gu. on canton of last, [ion passant or (Lancaster). VII Ros. VIII 41y, 1 Par, 2 Marmion, 3 Fitzhugh, 4 Ros.
Fletcher (Old. vicarage wall S.E). Here Lyes interred the Remains of Elizabeth daughter of Benjamin & Elizabeth Fletcher Who do L. November the 26th 1780 Aged 24 years. Elizabeth, Wife of Benjamin Fletcher of Highgate died 24th October 1783 Aged 61. Benjamin Fletcher, of Pinkie Street, died 13th July 1793 Aged 84. (Mr. Jennings).
Fletcher (S. Wall, removed thither in 1849, with others, from mid aisle floor, on the church being partially re-flagged), Here lie the Remains of Hannah, Wife of William Fletcher, Apothecary and Surgeon, who departed this life April 2d 1752 in the 37th years. of her Age, she was daughter to Christopher & Jennet Cowperthwaite late of Nether Levens. She was an affectionate and dutiful Wife and daughter and an indulgent Parent. (Mr Jennings.)
Flintoff (N. altar tomb). In memory of Mary Ann Flintoff who died the 5th of March 1838 aged 29 years. " In the day when I cried thou answeredst me, and strengthenedst me with strength in my soul." Psalm 138, verse 3rd.
Fothergill (W. altar tomb). Sacred memory of J ames Fothergill late of Kendal, who departed this life April 15th 1845 aged 59.
Fothergill (S.E). In this place are deposited the remains of Henry Sewell and Emanuel Fothergill, privates in His Majesty's Royal Westmorland Militia, the former died November 3, 1805 Aged 23, the latter died March 13, 1806 Aged 20. The esteem and respect they were held in by their Comrades in the Regiment in which they had the honor to serve, cannot be better proved than by their unaminous consent and contribution to erect this Stone to perpetuate their memory and to express their regret at the loss they have sustained. Friends take these tears, Mortality's relief, And till we share your joys, forgive our grief, These little rites-on Stone-a verse receive, Tis all a comrade, all a Friend can give.
Fowler (E). In memory of Thomas Fowler late of Slade House, Staffordshire who died December 11, 1805 Aged 39.
Frankland (S). Isabella Frankland, Aged 19, 1826, Ann Frankland died June 12th 1840 Aged 41 years. Margaret Frankland died October 26th 1840 Aged 70 years.
Gaitskell (E). (Here Lyes the Body of James Leeming of Kendal, Brazier, who departed this life the 13th day of September 1749 and in the 77th years. of his Age. Here lieth the Body of Susannah, Wife of Richard Gaitskell who departed this life the 31st of October 1763 Aged. . . Near this place lieth the Body of John Skaife, who departed this life the 1st Day of April 1771 aged 50. Also Mr. Richard Gaitskell who departed this life the 18th Day of October 1774 Aged 81.) Also of Isabella Skaife, who died October l0th 1810 Aged 85. Also of Isabella Skaife her grand-da. who died January 23d 1794 Aged 5. Also of Rebecca Skaife who died August 11th 1833 Aged 77. (First portion in brackets from Mr. Jennings' copy 1861).
Gandy (In. clerestory window S). Erected by Gerard Gandy in m. his brother John Gandy, Ensign, St. Helena Regiment, who died in St Helena February 1849. (My. Rushforth).
Gandy (E. 3 stones, rail). [I.] In memory of Thomas Gandy who died June 22nd 1801 aged 66 years. , also of Jane his wife who died March 13th 1775 aged 42 years. , also of Elizabeth his second wife, who died January 2nd 1799 aged 55y. also of Thomas, son of Thomas and Jane Gandy, who died February lst 1850 aged 83 years. [2.] In m. Henry Gandy, fourth son of John and Magdalen Agnes Gandy, born January 20, 1827, died February 13, 1833, also of William Gandy, fifth son of ,the above, b. September 14 1830, died September 22, 1830 and also of Mary Salisbury Gandy, eldest da. of Gerard and Elizabeth Ann Gandy, born July 31, 1850 died September 14, 1850. [2.] In memory of James Gandy who died February 7th 1837 aged 77 y, also of Jane his wife who died July 24th 1790 aged 31 years. , also of Ann his second wife who died October 18th 1834 aged 71y.
Gandy (In. W. window). Memorial to James Gandy, an only Son, who died at Heaves Lodge December 26, 1842 aged 21 years. Erected by his Parents.
Gardner (Board). Donations to the poor for Bread. A.D. 1710 Rowland Wilson Esqr. London, Rent Charge on Grassgarth, Hugill, of £2 12S. od. Annually. 1750 Mr. John Robinson, Lane Foot, Strickland Ketel, Rent charge on Green Rigg Underbarrow of £2 12s. 0d. Annually. 1811 Mrs. Catherine Bordley. Kendal, Interest of £119 2s. 11d. New 3 per cents. 1813 Mr. William Sleddall, Kendal, Interest of £156 7s. 10d. New 3 per cents, 1846 Mrs. Elizabeth Rigg, Manchester, Moiety of Rents of Two Dwelling Houses, Wool Pack Yard. 1852 Reverend George Braithwaite Memory of A. Kendal, Interest of £198 15s. 2d. 3 per cent Consols. 1856 Mr. Christopher Gardner of Kendal, Ironmonger, Interest of £108 5s. 1d. 3 per cent Consols, being a gift to the Poor in commemoration of the Parish Church Restoration.
Garnett (W). In memory of Dorothy the wife of Joseph Garnett of Kendal Who died July l0th 1832 aged 38y.
Garnett (W). In memory of Anne, second wife of Joseph Garnett Who died September 23d 1836 aged 31 years.
Garnett (In. clerestory window S). The humble Offering of Anthony Garnett. Arms. gu. lion rampant ar. ducally crowned, within border engrailed or. (Mr. Rushforth).
Garnett (W). n m.Joseph Garnett 45 years. Clerk of this Parish Who died the 14th January 1827 Aged 78. Also of Dorothy his Wife who died the 5th October 1824 Aged 78.
Garnett (E). Sacred memory of William Garnett who died February 13th 1833 aged 56 years. Also of Isabella his Widow who died August 2nd 1840 Aged 52 years.
Garnett (E). . Memory of William Yeates late of Hood-riding in Old-Hutton, who died the 30th of June 1796 Aged 68, and of Susannah his Widow who died April 15th 1804 Aged 70. Here also lies Interred Susannah, Wife of James Garnett who died Jany. 7th 1838 Aged 69. Also Eleanor, Wife of William Storey who died January 15th 1838 Aged 64.
Garthwait (In. brass, Bellingham chapel, E). Here under lyeth the body of Alice, the wife of Roger Bateman. of Ould Hutton, Clothier, daughter of Richard Garthwait of Garsdale Yeamon (sic), who dyed the 25th day of March, 1637, being aged 26 years 5 monthes and od dayes, and left issue 3 daus., Agnes, Margaret, and Elizabeth. Shall we entrust a grave with such a guest, Or thus confine her to a marble chest, Who though the Indies met in one smale roome, Th'are short in treasure of this pretious tombe, Well borne, and bred, brought up to feare and care, Marriage, which makes up women, made her rare, Matron and maide with all choyse virtues grac'st. Louveving and lov'd of all, a soule so chast, Ne'rigg'd for heaven, with whom none dare Venture their states with her in bliss to share, She liveing virtues pattern, the poores releife, Her husband's cheifest joy, now dead, his greife.
Gaskarth (N. E.) In memory of John Gaskarth late of this town, manufacturer, who died May 21st 1838 aged 68 years. , and Mary his wife Who departed this life July 6th 1813 aged 43, also Mary their daughter who died 31St October 1832 in the 20th years. of her age. Mary his sister departed this life April 14th 1836 aged 64 years. , also of John their son (late of Matson's) who died September 3rd 1852 aged 42 years.
Gathorne ( W. altar tomb, rail). [ Skull and cross-bones ]. Sacred memory of the Reverend . William Nicholson, curate of Old Hutton in this County, Who died the 17th day of April 1713 Aged 44. And of Sarah his Wife who died the 23d day of June 1781 Aged 71. And of their several Children, namely, Susanna who died the 12th day of April 1806 Aged 75, Eleanor 19th July, 1814, 81, Elizabeth 18th. July 1741 Aged 7. Edward 2nd January 1803, 67, Sarah l0th March 1814, 76, William 31st March 1772, 33, Mary 22nd March 1823, 83, Anna 22nd March 1769, 26, Also Sacred memory of Mr. Edward Gathorne of Old Hutton, Gentleman, and of Eleanor his Wife, the Father & Mother of the above named Sarah the Wife of the said Revd. William Nicholson. May they rest in Peace.
Gawith (E). In memory of Thomas Gawith of this town, whitesmith who died November 16th 1846 aged 38 years. Boast not thyself of tomorrow for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth. Also of Mary Ann his daughter who died September lst, 1839 aged 3 years. Also of Elizabeth his daughter who died August 23rd 1846 aged 10 months. Also of Susannah his daughter who died December 31st 1851 aged 7 years. and 11 m. (per Mr. Jennings). Mr. Gawith, cousin of Mr. Samuel G. of Lowther St. was on an excursion to Shap 8 November 1846 on a railway engine, the " Medusa " which came into collision at Birklands with another engine called the " Trio," whereby he fell head foremost against the fire-hole of the engine, which, severely burning him, caused his death 8 days later.
Gawith (E). In memory of Thomas Gawith of this town, whitesmith who died November 16th 1846 aged 38 years. Boast not thyself of to-morrow for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth. Also of Mary Ann his daughter who died September lst, 1839 aged 3 years. Also of Elizabeth his daughter who August 23rd 1846 aged 10 months. Also of Susannah his daughter who died December 31st 1851 aged 7 years. and 11 m. (per Mr. Jennings) * * Mr. Gawith, cousin of Mr. Samuel G. of Lowther St. was on an excursion to Shap 8 November 1846 on a railway engine, the " Medusa " which came into collision at Birklands with another engine called the " Trio," whereby he fell head foremost against the fire-hole of the engine, which, severely burning him, caused his death 8 days later. (Mr. Jennings).
Gelderd (S. W. window, N. aisle, representing Faith, Hope, & Charity). The greatest of these is Charity. Dedicated to the memory of William and Elizabeth Gelderd by George AtkinsonGelderd. (Mr. Jennings).
Gelderd (W.flat tomb, rail). Sacred memory of William Gelderd Esq. of Aikrigg End, near Kendal who died August 28th 1850 Aged 79 years.
Gibson (In. brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lies the Body of Mr. John Gibson, late of Liverpool, who died the l0th day of December 1728 in the 26th years. of his age. He married Agnes daughter of Mr. George Wilson of Kenda1 by whom he had Issue one Da: called Mary; who died the 23d day of March 1733 in the 7th years. of her age, and lies interred in the same Grave.
Gibson (E). In memory of Mary, da of George and Jane Gibson of this town, who died April 21st, 1822 Aged 7 years. and 10 m. Mourn not for me my parents dear , I am not dead but sleeping here, My glass is run, my grave you see, Prepare for death and follow me.
Godmond (E). In memory of Christopher Godmond late of Kirkland, Kendal, Shearman; who died 20th day of April 1819 Aged 81. Also of Ann Godmond, his Sister, who died 27th day of November 1830 Aged 89.
Gough (In. clerestory window S). The Gift of Thomas Gough and Samuel Whinerey (2 shields) I, gu. a caduceus. Motto, Medicinæ Literis. 2. az. cross or between 4 saltires &c. Motto, Spes nostra Deus. (Mr. Rushforth).
Gough (E). In memory of John Gough who died July 28th 1825 aged 68 years. Harrinson Gough died June 8th 184 aged 5 years. Dorothy Gough died October 24th 1821 aged 5 years. , Elizabeth Gough died March 6th 1836 aged 22 years. Susannah Gough died March 29th 1847 aged 45y. (John G. called by Dr. Kitto and others the blind Philosopher. Mr. Jennings).
Gough (N. W). In memory of Mary Agnes Gough who departed this life on the 25th of January 1831 Aged 61. Also of Sarah Gough who died on the 26th of August 1832 Aged 22.
Gould (N. W). Sacred memory of Isabella the beloved wife of Thomas Gould who departed this life on the 27th of March 1848 aged 40 years. , also Margaret Ann Gould daughter to the above who departed life on the l0th of May 1840 aged 2 years.
Grant (S). died 18th February 1841 Effingham Howard Grant aged 65, also 26th May 1843 Jane Grant his wife aged 66, also 29th October 1844 Thomas Grant their son aged 34.
Grant (S). In memory of Robert Grant, youngest son of E. H. Grant and Jane his wife who died 8th April 1847 aged 23 years.
Grant (S). In memory of Susan, the wife of Mr. John Wilson of Netherfield. and third da. of E. H. Grant of this town, Esqre. deceased, who died January 1st 1845 aged 26 years. , also of Susan Margaret, second daughter of the said John and Susan Wilson, who died January 4th 1845 aged 3 weeks.
Green (In N. brass). In loving memory Thomas Green Memory of B. Lond. who died April 26, 1876 aged 54 years. and was interred at Grasmere, blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God. (Mr. Jennings).
Green (Once in Parr chapel, 1628, tomb with figure of knight in armour and his lady kneeling, Whitaker's Richmondshire II 327. Arms I (on knight) ar. 2 bars az. within border sa. (Parr.) II (on lady) 41y 1 & 4 az. 3 stags trippant (Green), 2 & 3 gu. chevron between 3 crosses botony or, on chief lion passant ar. (sic) (Maplethorpe). Pray for the soul of Thomas Par. knight of king's body, Henry the VIII, master of his wardes . . . and . . . sher . . . who deceased the 11th day of November in the 9th years. of the reign of our said sovereign lord at London, in the ...Fryers, as his tomb doth record.
Green (W. altar tomb). Here Lieth the body of William Tarne late of Birks, in New Hutton, Batchelor; who departed this life on .the 18th of May 1778, in the 44th year of his Age. Here also Lyes the Body of Ellin Scales, widow of Edward Scales; of this Town, and Sister to the abovesaid, Who departed this life the 17th of February 1739 and in the . . 6th of her age. (Brass plate); Here lie the Remains of Mr. Robert Green. late of Kendal, Officer of Excise; who died the 13th day of June 1769 aged 64 years. Here also lie the Remains of Elizabeth His Wife, who departed this life the 24th Day of April 1770 aged 63. (Mr. Jennings).
Griffin (GRIFFIN). (In N. W. floor). Sacred memory of an amiable Youth who was interred under this Stone January 30th 1784 aged 19 (bur. William . Griffin of par. of St. Olave, London, d. at Kendal, Par. reg., per Mr. Rushforth).
Grigg (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Grigg 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Grisdale (E). Sacred memory of John Grisdale who died 25th December . 1822 Aged 57. Also of his children viz: Jane who died October 7th 1802 Aged 12 Mos. Jonathan who died January 3d 1803 Aged 9 years. John who died February 28th 1811 Aged 3 years. Alice who died May 3d 1814 Aged 12 Mos. William his eldest Son who died November 13th 1829 Aged 23 y. And of Elizabeth his Widow who died June 13th 1830 Aged 51 years.
Gunson (N.E. alter tomb). In memory of Joseph Gunson late of Kendal, tanner , oldest son of the late John Gunson of Ulpha in the County of Cumberland who departed this life on the 18th day of April 1837 aged 44 years. & of Frances, daughter of the above Joseph Gunson who died on the 1st day of March 1832 aged 1 years. & 10 m., also Mary his infant daughter who died on the 27th day of March 1837 aged seven m., & of Mary his wife, who died on the l0th day of November 1838 aged 37 years. , also Roger William, only Ron of Joseph and Mary Gunson, who died on the 16th day of May 1849 aged 22 years.
Gurnal (E. 2 altar tombs, rail). [l.] William Gurnal Esq: Senior Alderman of Kendal, departed this life the XXIV day of September MDCCXCIV aged LXXX years. Agnes his wife d. L. the XXI day. of September MDCCLXXXIV Aged LXVIl years. [ 2] William Gurnal, Ironmonger, departed this life the VII day of June MDCCLXXXII aged XXXI years. Betty Gurnal his Sister departed this life the XXII day of April MDCCXCII Aged XLIII years. And Ann Gurnal their Sister departed this life the VIII dayof May MDCCCXXIX Aged LXXII years.
Guy (E). In memory of John Guy late of Garths, Hut ton le Hay, who died September 17, 1790 Aged 32, also of Mary his daughter who died October 27, 1794 Aged 4, and of Isabella Guy his Mother who died August 2, 1809 Aged 78. Also of Mary Huddlestone who died June 12, 1838 Aged 77 years. also Thomas Burra formerly of Watters near Shap who died September lst 1838 aged 53 years. also Margaret his wife who died May 11th 1854, aged 64 years.
Guy In. brass, Bellingham chapel E. formerly on 4th pillar, 2nd aisle S. Mr. Nicholson's Annals). To The Memory Of The Most Religious, & Orthodox Christian, The most Loyal Subject, & most ancient & Serviceable Member of this Corporation, whereof He was once Alderman, and thrice Maior : William Guy of Water-Crook Gentleman, who dyed the twenty-fifth day of December In the Year of Our Lord MDCLXXXIII His Age LXXXVI Had Loyalty been Life, Brave Guy, thou'd.st Than Stood Kendall's Everlasting Alderman, Nay, could the joynte united force of All That's good or vert'ous over death prevaile Thy life's pure thre'd noe Time or Fate could sever And thou'dst still Liv'd to pray, King live for Ever But thou art ~one ; A proof such Vertue is Too Good for Earth, And onely fit for Bliss, And blissful Seats; Where, if bless'd Spirits doe Concern themselves with any thing below Thy pray'r's the same, Thou still do'st Supplicate For Charles his Life, For England's Church, & State, Whil'st to Thy just Eternal memory, Envy & Malice must in this Agree, None better Lov'd, or Serv'd, his Prince than Thee.
Hadrington (In. Bellingham chapel E). Near this place lieth the remains of Obadiah Hadrington late of Kendal, shopkeeper, who departed this life August 15 1773 in the 56th y. of his age. Near this place also lieth the remains of Mary Hadrington [formerly wife of Anthony Jennings, Printer, and afterwards wife of the above Obadiah Hadrington] who departed this life September 13th 1776 in the 60th years. of her Age.
Haigh (W. altar tomb). To Memory of Agnes Simondson, daughter of William . and Eliz. Simondson who departed this life March 23d 1784 aged 23 years. , And Jane who died an Infant. Also James Haigh late of Manchester who departed this life March 25th 1785 aged 27 years. Likewise the Remains of Alice Wood their oldest (sic) daughter Wife of William . Wood who died October 28th 1787 Aged 31 years. And Elizabeth her daughter are here interred. Walter Simondson died Oct. 10th 1814 Aged 88 years. Marey (sic) his Wife died February 25th 1821 Aged 81.
Halhead (E). Sacred memory of Elizabeth Halhead, Wife of James Halhead of Stonebank Green; who died March 29th 1805 Aged 26 years. , Also of Martha Halhead, Second Wife of James Halhead who died May 31st 1815 Aged 48 years. , Also of James Halhead of Stonebank green who died January 1st 1821 Aged 50 years. Also Ann, Widow of the above James Halhead who departed this life February 14th 1839 Aged 63. And in m. James Halhead their Son who departed this life November 30th 1854 Aged 52 years.
Halhead (W. flat tomb, rail). Sacred memory of James Halhead, Cabinet maker & Upholsterer of this Town who departed this Life Janry. l0th 1832 Aged 35 Years. Also of John Halhead, Son of the above who died June l0th 1844 Aged 25 Years. His affectionate Widow caused this Stone to be erected.
Halhead (Choir window E}. i. h: s. (on scrolls) (I) I believe in God and in Jesus Christ. (2) Who was conceived by the Holy Ghost. Suffered under Pontius Pilate. (3) He descended into Hell, rose again, sit teth on the right hand of God 4) From whence He shall come to judge, I believe in the Holy Ghost, the Holy Catholic Church (5) the Communion of Saints, The forgiveness of Sins. (6) The Resurrection of the Body And the life everlasting. (Figures) S. Luke Evanst. St. Matthew Evanst., St. John Evanst. St. Mark Evanst. This Window is offered in Pious remembrance of John Halhead of Kendal who died on the 6th day of July In the years. of our Lord 1830, by His Son Hilton Halhead, Merchant of Liverpool. Mr. A. O Connor A.D. 1855
Hall (E. becoming illegible ; partly redeciphered 1876, & partly from Mr. Jennings' 1861 copy). Here lieth the Body of Joseph Hall Memory of A. Sometime fellow of Queen's College, Oxon, And late Rector of Weyhill, Rants, Who By the help of good natural Talents And a constant Application to Literature Acquired to a masterly Perfection the Knowledge Of Various Languages Antient & Modern, Of Philosophy thro' all its Branches, of Divinity his principal profession. Such uncommon Acquirements, With an open & ingenious temper And the firmest integrity of Heart, Rendered Him a most faithful and valuable Friend, An useful and ornamental Member of Society, An excellent College Tutor, An accomplished and respected Parish Minister. He departed this life in Kendall July 13th 1756 On a piously intended visit to his aged Parent, Mr. Nicholas Hall of Lazonby in Cumberland Who caused this Monument to be erected in Memory of So deserving & so dutiful a Son. (compare N. & B. I).
Hamilton (Bellingham chapel, floor). H. Hancock, died l0th February 1799, Aged 71.
Hanson (E). She was daughter of George and Marian Hanson of Gillthrotin in Strickland Ketel. (Mr. Jennings).
Harrison (W. altar tomb rail). William Bateman of Middleshaw, departed this life August 22nd, 1787, aged 33 years. Agnes Bateman, September 3d, 1798 aged 47 years. William Bateman Senr., died 11th February, 1807, aged 86 years. , his daughter Nancy, the wife of Thomas Harrison, surgeon, died 3d June,1821, aged 52 yr, also of Thomas Harrison, late of Kendal, sugeon, & one of the senior aldermen of this burgh who died the 4th of July, 1834, in the 61st years. of his age.
Harrison (E). Sacred memory of John Dennison late of Liverpool who died June 8th 1835. also of Betsy Dennison of Kirkland, Widow of the above and fourth daughter of Robert and Ann Harrison who departed this life April 9th 1854 aged 83 years. Requiescantin pace.
Harrison (E. one stone illegible, on 2nd, flat tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Anthony Harrison late of this town, shearman.dyer who departed this life 25th January 1806 aged 48 years. , also of Anthony his son who died 8th April 1822 aged 19 years. also of Ann, wife of the former, and mother of the latter who died the l0th of March 1841 aged 77 years. , & to the memory of their second son Thomas Harrison of Lowther Street, tobacconist, who departed this life 20th February 1841 aged 48 years. , also of Rowlandson Harrison of Highgate, their third son, who died l0th July 1844 aged 49 years. also in m. Ann Harrison died December . 4th 1853 aged 56 years. , and of John Harrison died August 20th 1854 aged 64 years. , also of Arabella Harrison who died March 17th 1858 aged 58 years. , and whose remains are interred in the Castle Street Cemetery.
Harrison (S. altar tomb, rail). Betsy the Wife of Daniel Harrison, died July 3rd 1829 Aged 57 years. Thomas Cartmell Harrison, their only Son, Student of Caius College, Cambridge, died at Paris 17th February 1832 in the 23rd years. of his Age & was interred there in the Cemetery of Pere la Chaise, Mary Ann their daughter died 29th June 1834 Aged 17 years. Elizth. Ann Harrison their grand-Da., died 17th December . 1835 Aged 2 years. Mary Harrison their grand-Da. d. 22nd May 1836 Aged 11 m. Thomas Harrison their grand-son who died 23rd of March 1843 Aged 7 m. The above named Daniel Harrison died 19th November . 1851 Aged 76 years.
Harrison (S). Frances Harrison, Mortalis Esse desit Anno salutis MDCCCIII.
Harrison (N). George Harrison died 6th October 1782 Aged 81 years. Mary his Widow, died 24th April 1789 Aged 84. . . . Jackson Harrison Esqr. died 17th October 1804 Aged 63, Mrs. Jane Harrison his widow died 21st January 1820 Aged 66.
Harrison (In. N). Sacred memory of Jackson Harrison Esqr. one of the Senior Aldermen of this Burgh of Kendal,who died on the 17th of October 1804 Aged 63 years. , also of his Widow Mrs.Jane Harrison daughter of the late James Dowker Esq. who died on the 21st of January 1820 Aged 66 years.
Harrison (E). Here lieth Myles Harrison of Lincolns Inn Esqr. Recorder of Kendal, who died February the 16th A.D. 1797 aged Eighty Two. Frances Harrison his Wife who died January the 17th A.D. 1783, and Sarah Harrison their daughter who died January the 15th A.D. 1775 are also here interred. Also Elizabeth Harrison their Youngest daughter who died March 20th 1833 aged 84. (He Played the violin and had but one eye. E. B.)
Harrison (E). T. Harrison 1869, W. Harrison 1814.
Harrison (E). In memory of Thomas Harrison who died February 23rd 1846 aged 71 years. Alice Harrison his wife who died November 2nd 1854 aged 81 years. Richard Harrison their son who died April 30th 1822 aged 16 years.
Harrison (E). To the memory of Robert Harrison of Highgate, Kendal, who d: l. 4th October 1827, Aged 88 years. Also of Ann Harrison, his Wife, who died 12th November, 1818 Aged 80 years. Also of Thomas Harrison, Son of the above who died 27th December 1791, Aged 26 years. Also of Robert and Agnes other Children of the above who died in Infancy. (Mr. Jennings).
Harrison (N). Here lieth the Body of Iames Jackson late Serjeant att mace & Margaret his wife He died June 18th 1743 age 83 She died February 16th 1740 age 86 Also near Lieth four of their Grand-children, Sons of George and Mary Harrison, to wit, Thomas aged 11, Iames, Richard, and Edmond. Here also lieth the Body of Richard, Son of the above- named Iames & Margaret Jackson who departed this life the 12 Day of July 1766 Aged 69- (partly from Mr. Jennings' 1861 copy ;bur. 14 January 1704, Eliz. daughter of J. J. of High gate, Serjent).
Harrison (W). Hic jacet J. Wilson quæ obiit 29 Oct, 1799, cujus memoriae hoc monumentum posuit suus amicus. T. Harrison. WILSON. (In. N). Near this place lie the remains of James Wilson Esquire, one of his majesty's justices of the peace for the counties of Westmorland, and Cumberland, who died August XXVI MDCCCVII in the LXVII years. of his age. He was an able and active magistrate, a tender father and sincere friend; his afflicted children, as a small tho' inadequate testimony of their affection to the most indulgent of parents, have erected this monument to his memory.
Hayton (W. flat tomb, rail). In memory of Bryan George Hayton, who died March 19th 1814, aged 4 years. , also of Margaret Hayton who died February 23rd 1816 and of Margt. Ellen Hayton who died July 7t.h 1817 sisters to the above, both of whom died in infancy, also of Hannah Hayton, sister to the above who died October 30th 1834 aged 24 years. & of William Henry, Brother of the above who died in Trinidad W .1. on the 5th of Octr . 1839 Aged 27 years. In memory of Bryan Hayton Who died 24 March 1851 aged 64 years. , also in m. Thomas Bryan Hayton, son of the above who died abroad October 2nd 1855 aged 41 years.
Hayton (E). Beneath this stone lie the Remains of John, son of Thomas & Mary Hayton Who died December 28, 1797 Aged 13, Also Thomas his Brother late of this Town, Draper, Who died January 27, 1809 Aged 21. Our time is short, the longer is our rest God ca1l'd us hence, because he thought it best. Also in m. Mary Hayton, wife of Thomas Hayton of Kendal, who died August 18, 1819 aged 65 years. Also Thomas Hayton Who died May 30, 1822, Aged 70 years.
Heap (N). Sacred memory of Elizabeth Wakefield, Wife of Roger Wakefield, Highgate, Kendal, who departed this life February 19th 1813 aged67. Also of R. T. A. Wakefield, their Son, who died in H. Memory of S. Vengeur, off Carthagena, on the 3 1st of March 1814 (13 a correction) aged 43, (40, do). This testimony of filial affection to the best of Parents, is erected by her only daughter E. S. Wakefield. Also E. S. Heap, who died November . 28th 1822 Aged 37 years. I. W. Heap died August 9th 1835 aged 18.
Heming (In. W. In I664, N .aisle,Dugdale). Arms, I. sa. 3 pheons ar.,crescent or (for difference). (Dugdale, Norroy, Westmorland Visit: 1664, Coll. Arms C., 39, 2nd cal. lob, notes also), II. the above arms impaling ar. bend between 3 mullets sa. (Pell). III. The same impaling gu. on a fess between 3 fusils or, as many escallops of the field, the whole within border engrailed of 2nd, charged with torteaux. (Heming). To the most Religiovs and Renowned Memory of Sr Avgvstine Nicholls Kt. late of Faxton in Northamptonsheire (herre bvried) who was second son(ne) of Thomas Nicholls of the same Covntye Esqr. He was student of Lawes in the Middle Temple, London; became Reader there in (ye) (the, Dugdale), last yeare of Qveene Elizabeth, of whom he receaved his Writ(t) of Serjeant att the Lawe the Michaellmas Terme immediatly followinge: Afterwards Serjeant to Prince Henry of famovs memory & the (ye, Dugdale) Qveene his mother, Tht:n one of his Maties. Jvstices of his Court of Common Pleas, & keeper of the Great Seale to the most illvstriovs & mighty Prince Charles; who, having labovred in ye Highe & painfvll calling of a most Reverende & jvst Jvdge for the space of fovr(e) yeares, felu vnder the heavy burden of it (heere att Kendall) sitting(e) then Jus- tice of Assize; & comminge to give Judgment upon others by his comfortable & Christian departvre receaved (wee assvredlye beleeve) his jvdgmt : with mercye in the yeare of our Lord 1616 the 3 day of August in the 14th yeare of the Raigne of Ovr Sovereigne Lord Kinge James, & the 57th yeare of his age. (At top). One of the Cardinal Vertves in his name The Fovre to fewe to comprehend his fame. (Right). Which now are bvt his shadowes weake svpporters, More then must be his svbstance trye reporters. (Left). Vertves his proper and pecvliar tombe, Ovtlastinge marble living till dayes dome.* * This distich, of a mutilated inscription, repaired in 1770 and restored so far as it could be in 1815. is now ( 1888) almost illegible. See for further details as to the fate of this monument and its subject, Mr. Nicholson's Annals of Kendal, pp. 64- 6; Letters in Kendal Mercury, 16 Ap., 1801 ; and Hill Memory of SS.11. 63. His reading of the inscription is supplemented by the duplicate Memory of I. at Faxton. The Parish Register gives the burial date as 3 August , the next entry being the 8th, and the immediate previous ones 2nd and 8th. The last word but two i.e. " yeares " has been altered to " Geeres." (Foot). Weake mvse that wovldst disciphere ovtsuch joyes That now are endlesse by fast fadinge toyes. He whom no bribes covld blind, noe terrovr turne ; Noe f'avovr fawne ; no covrse compell from right ; Whome place did nev'r pvffe vpp; nor beavtye bvrne ; Plenty exceed; nor poore oppressewith mighte, Did speake, thinke, find this topp of honovr hye Seal'd in this vrne ; he in his Yeares to dye.
Hervey (W). Reverend T. Hervey 1806. Selina Hervey died November . 2nd 1844.
Hewat (E). This Stone was erected as a Tribute of respect. In memory of Richard Hewat, of Bassendean, Berwickshire & late of Lawrence House near Levens who died May 28th 1827 In his 48th years. (See Kendal Chronicle 26 January 1828).
Heysham (In. S. floor). To the memory of Ann Corney, Widow of Peter Corney of Penrith who departed this life November 25th 1805 Aged 78 years. This Stone was placed here by desire of her Sister Jane Heysham. Also in m. Jane Heysham, Widow, who departed this life May 23, 1806 Aged 81 years. Both Daughters of George and Mary Fell of Kirkland.
Hind (S. E). This monument is erected to the memory of Robert Hind late of Kendal, auctioneer; by the assiduous discharge of the duties of his business & by his strict attention to the interests of his employers he gained the confidence of his friends; his public spirit & indepen- dence of mind were known to all ; he was So severely wounded by the sudden explosion of a cannon that he survived the accident only two days, & prematurely died reconciled to his fate (depending upon the mercy of his creator) in the fifty-third years. of his age on the sixth day of July MDCCCXX* * Mr. Robert Hind was a prominent Freemason, and this monument was erected by the "brethren." Over the inscription is the representation of an open bible on which rests a square and compasses in the third degree, surmounted by the letter" G." in the keystone of an arch.
Hodgson (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Hodgson (N. W). Sacred memory of William Cookson, Union Street, who departed this life September . 16th 1835 aged 61 years. Ann, Relict of William Cookson departed life 3rd April 1861 Aged 79 years. Interred at St. Thomas's, Kendal, 7th April 1861. Also in m. John Hodgson who died at Keswick September 19th 1839 Aged 78 years. And of Ann his Wife who died at Kendal February 9th 1845 in the 88th years. of her age, her end was peace. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."
Hodgson (E. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Agnes Hodgson, widow of Thomas Hodgson of Kendal, hosier, Who died May 20th 1810 aged 75 years. " In coelo quies," also of Jonathan Hodgson her son, who departed this life July 3rd 1835 aged 60 years. and of Elizabeth his wife who died March 30th 1857 aged 77 years. the beloved parents of Agnes Hodgson by whom this monument is erected. The remains of the above Elizabeth Hodgson are interred in S. Thomas's churchyard, Kendal. "Into thy hands I commend my Spirit." Psalm 31st verse 5th. {Jonathan H.'s wife Catherine, daughter of Isaac & Mary 5teele died 10 November 1813 aged 38. Memory of I. in Unitarian burial ground. Mr. Jennings.)
Hodgson (N.W.) In. m. John Hodgson late of this town, brewer, who. died June 25th 1839 aged 64 years. It is remarkable that he was born , married and died on the same day of the month June 25th in the different years. in which those occurrences took place, also of William Bainbridge, his brother-in-law who died August 31st 1844 aged 62 years. Also of John Bainbridge brother of the above William Bainbridge who died October 1st, 1848 aged 74, and also of Mary Hodgson, wife of the above John Hodgson who died on the 15th day of September . 1849 aged 72.
Hodgson (W .) Here lie the Remains of Isabella Hodgson, Wife of Batty Hodgson, Grocer and Tobacconist, who died November . 14th 1786 aged 28 years. Also of two of their Daus. viz: Agnes and Isabella who died in their Infancy. Batty Hodgson, late Alderman of Kendal, who died 17th April 1798 aged 46. And Jonah his Oldest Son, who died December .. 2nd 1816 Aged 22 years. and Jane Hodgson, Widow of the above Batty Hodgson who died at Crosthwaite, May 5th 1853 Aged 85 years.
Hodgson (In. N. clerestory window) Given by Rainforth Hodgson. Shield, 41y, I, compasses & square brace. 2, 3 boars to sinister. 3, 3 bundles of bristles. 4, combs & scissors. Motto, God is our refuge and strength. (Mr. Rushforth).
Hodgson (In. W.) Adjutant Robert Hodgson died the first day of february one thousand eight hundred and eight aged forty-five years. , his zeal and active services are gratefully acknowledged by the officers of the Kendal and Lonsdale volunteers.
Hoggarth (W. altar tomb). Here lieth the Remains of Thomas Hoggarth, late of Kendal, who died January 9th 1768 Aged 63 years. Also Agnes his Wife who died January 5th, 1788 Aged 80 years. Also Jane their daughter who died July 3d 1745 Aged 3Y. Also George their Son who died in his 19th years. Here also are interred the Remains of John Hoggarth late of Kendal who died January 18th 184 Aged 77 years. Also Barbara his Wife who died April 8th 1815 Aged 67 years. Also Thomas their Son who died April 27th 1787 Aged 9 years. Also in m.John Swale who died at Kendal 9th May 1812 Aged 42 y, much regretted. Ann Swale the beloved Wife of the above d. at Langcliffe Hall February 9th 1859 and is buried at Settle.
Holden (E.) Sacred memory of Anna, widow of the late Lawrence Parker Holden who departed this life September 20th 1836 aged 71 years. " The memory of the just is blessed."
Holiday (W. ) In memory of Isabella eldest daughter of William and Emma Holiday who died August l0th 1847 aged 27 years.
Holme (E. brass on stone). Quisquis es, Viator, siste gradum, Spe beatæ Resurrectionis ad Vitam æternam Hic Quod mortale fuit requiescit Mariæ Holme nuper Hugonis Holme, Gen : Uxoris, Edwardi Blackstock de Kirkby in Kendal Filiæ natus secundæ ; Quæ quarto die Decembris obijt, Anno Salutis humanæ 1741 1Æat : 39. Juxta obdormiunt tres Infantuli iisdem Hugoni et Maria nati, Joannes Elizabetha et Edwardus Blackstock, E Filiabus uni Deboræ Fata pepercere superstiti. Vis ultra, Memento mori.
Holme (In. W. brass floor). Here lieth the body of Mr. Thomas Holmes (sic) late Alderman of Kendal, who departed this life the 2d of November 1723 in the 51st years. of his age. Here also lie the Bodies of his children James, Elizabeth, Joseph, & Henry. Mrs. Margaret Holme, Widow of the said Alderman Holme departed this life the 18th of November 1753 Aged 74.
Holme (In. W. brass floor). Here lieth the body of Mr. John Holme, late Mayor of Kendal, who departed this life (in his Mayorality sic) the 28th of June 1737 Aged 34 Y. Here also lieth the Body of his Son Thomas who died the 19th day of September 1736 Aged 8 Memory of
Holme (In. N.) In Memory of Thomas Holme Esquire, Senior Alderman of this Burgh, And one of his Majesty's Justices of ye Peace for the County of Westmorland Who d. 14th March 1782: Aged 71. Also of Elizabeth his Wife, daughter of Jacob Morland of Capplethwaite Esquire; Who died 12 April 1783, Aged 70, also Two of their Children, Margaret, who died 20 Mar. 1741 An Infant and Mary, who died 16 Octr. 1753, Aged 10. (A rms, per pale, argent 2 bends sable, on a canton of the last a chaplet of roses or. sinister, sable a griffin rampant or. Crest missing).
Holme (W.) Erected to Memory of William Holme jun. Who died in the 26th years. of his Age 1790, also In Memory of his two Brothers & a Sister. We have good Hope they are inheriting Bliss, in which happy State God grant we may all be found for Jesus' Sake, who is the Dear object of our Faith. The Remaining parent, Mother of the above who died in Faith has left on Record that Ages to come may Read, praise & Magnify the Goodness & pitty of the Lord, who died April 30, 1807 Aged 69. William Holme the Husband, & Parent of the above died 8 June 1824 Aged 86.
Holme (In. S. W) . Near this place are deposited in hope of a blessed resurrection the earthly remains of Joseph Maude, of Kendal esquire, formerly of the County of Durham who died 16th May 1803 aged 62, also those of Sarah, his wife, youngest daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Holme, she died 8th March 1831 aged 88. Their offspring nine sons, and three daus. survive both parents. A rms, ar. 3 bars gemel sa., over all lion rampant (gu.) thereon cross crosslet fitchee, impaling or. 3 bars az., on canton a wreath. Motto De Monte Alto.
Holmes (W.) In memory of Christopher Holmes who died February 23rd 1826 Aged 64.
Holmes (Under coal opening near porch). Edward Holmes late of (H)ighgate Who died L. September 21, 1720 and of his age . . . Here also Lyeth ye Body of Margaret his Wife who departed this life ye . . Ap. 1721 in ye . . . of her Age. She was his Wife 54 y (Mr. Jennings). (Edward Holme of Stramongate buried 23 September 1720. After entries to 30 Mar. 1721 comes, without date. " . . .Holme of Stramongate, widow." (per Mr. Rushforth).
Horne (In. clerestory window S). Presented to this Church by Henry Horne 1851. (Shield with monogram). H. B. H. (Mr. Rushforth).
Howard (W) In memory of John Howard, of Natland, who died July 2nd 1823 Aged 46y. his Widow caused this stone to be erected.
Hubbersty (In. N). In memory of Zachary Hubbersty of Fallen yew in Underbarrow, Attorney at Law, who died March 13, 1780 Aged 54 years. also of Phillis Hubbersty daughter of John Lodge of Barnard Castle in the County of Durham, she died November 12, 1781 aged 61 years.
Hubbersty (In. Bellingham chapel N design by I. Flaxman, R,A., i.e., a mother & 6 children weeping over a tomb. Sacred memory of Zachary Hubbersty of Great Winchester Street, London, Esquire, who died on the 23rd September 1797, in the 41st years. of his age, leaving a discon- solate widow and six children. Few equalled and none excelled him in professional knowledge, and strict integrity; and of whom the learned and virtuous Lord Eldon in a letter of condolence to the deceased's brother observed, " His loss is not more to be lamented by his family than by the profession, of which he was an ornament, and an honour." Also of Phillis Sarah Hubbersty his second daughter who in the following years. lost her life by falling into the sea from the pier in Whitby harbour. This monument is erected by John Lodge Hubbersty, Esqre. Senior Fellow of Queen's College, Deputy High Steward of the University of Cambridge, and Recorder of Lancaster, who has never ceased to lament the loss of the best of brothers and friends.
Huddleston (E). In memory of John Guy late of Garths, Hut ton le Hay, who died September 17, 1790 Aged 32, also of Mary his daughter who died October 27, 1794 Aged 4, and of Isabella Guy his Mother who died August 2, 1809 Aged 78. Also of Mary Huddlestone who died June 12, 1838 Aged 77 years. also Thomas Burra formerly of Watters near Shap who died September lst 1838 aged 53 years. also Margaret his wife who died May 11th 1854, aged 64 years.
Huddleston (N. E. altar tomb). In memory of Jane, Wife of David Huddlestone late of this Town, Banker, who died 18th June 1815 aged 44 years. , And of Agnes their Sixth daughter who died 24th May 1813 in the eighth years. of her age. Also of Margaret their Seventh daughter who died 6th October 1820 aged 12 years. David Huddlestone, Late of Elterwater Hall died 27th October 1831 Aged 65 years. David his Eldest Son died 31st March 1823 Aged 22 years. Also of John his Son, who died at Elterwater Hall 22nd June 1841 Aged 38 years. Sarah his daughter died 23rd May 1850, aged 58 years. John, Son of the above John Huddlestone died at Kendal l0th November . 1857 Aged 26 years. David, Son of the above John Huddlestone died at Kendal 18th November . 1863 Aged 35 years.
Hudson (In. S). To the memory of the Reverend .. John Hudson Memory of A. Vicar of this parish for 28 years. and late Fellow and Tutor of Trinity College, Cambridge ; who died October 31st 1843 aged 70 years. He was esteemed for his sincere affection, his sound judgment and sterling talent. His merits as tutor were acknowledged by a memorial gift from his grateful pupils. How he approved himself as vicar is attested by this monument, erected by affectionate members of his flock.
Hudson (E). T. Hudson 1811. R. Hudson 1812. Mary Hudson 1841.
Hudson (In. S. aisle, E.floor). In memory of William Culliford Hudson, died January 16th 1829 Aged 5 years. and 8 m. Also of The Reverend . John Hudson Memory of A. Vicar of this Parish, who died the 31st day of October 1843 Aged 70 years.
Hunter (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Hunter (E. 2 altar tombs, rail). [I.] In memory of Benjamin Hunter, Wine Merchant, who d. February 2, 1804 aged 51, also of Elizabeth, his Wife, daughter of John Dickinson, of Low Barrows Green, who died February 4, 1788 aged 25, & of Alice, his second Wife, daughter of the Reverend Isaac Knipe Memory of A. of Ambleside, who died December 27, 1802 aged 35, & of Catherine his daughter who died June 4, 1799 aged 4 Memory of [2] .Thomas Hunter late of Kendal, Hosier, died February 12th 1784 aged 64Y., And Catherine his daughter died July 15th 1766 aged 9 years. , Also Catherine his Wife departed this life May 18th 1787 aged 73. Thomas Hunter, hosier, son of Thomas & Catherine Hunter died June l0th 1811, aged 56. Jane Hunter died September 16th, 1829 Aged 73.
Hurd (Formerly E. on blue stone that fell to Pieces; A fragment, now lost, with Hurd thereon was Placed in Bellingham chapel by Alderman Fisher.) In memory of Thomas Hurd, Late of Kendal, Alderman and Wine Merchant who died August 9, 1808 aged 47. Also of Bridget His daughter who died an Infant. {Mr. Jennings).
Ianson (Brass, Bellingham chapel N). To Memory of William Ianson of Highgate, Kendal, Founder of Ianson's Charity, Who was buried December . 4th. 1615. He was a man full of good works & alms deeds which he did. The trustees of his charity in 1868, though sensible that the good deeds of Mr. Ianson will outlive either marble or brass, have nevertheless thought meet to renew this simple tribute to his memory; the original memento having long disappeared from the church.
Inman (S). Near this Place is buried Matthew Inman, late of Highgate, who died the 31st of March 1755 aged 67, Also Margaret his Wife, who died the 15th of March 1752 aged 54. Likewise five of their Sons viz : Matthew, George, David, Valentine & Iohn. Eleanor Inman their Surviving daughter In Testimony of her filial Duty & Affection caused this Monument to be erected.
Ireland (N. W . altar tomb). Charlotte Ann, the Wife of Jacob G. J. Ireland born 4th June 1802, died 5th February 1829. Also of Jacob James, eldest Son of the above Charlotte Ann and J. G. J. Ireland, born 21St May 1825, died 28th April 1838.
Ireland (W). Here lie the Remains of Margaret the Wife of John Ireland who died Novr. 14th 1783 aged 49. Here also are buried five of their offspring viz. Margaret who died February 22d 1772 aged 3. Sarah who died April 1772 aged I. Jane who died March 28th 1776 aged 9. Mary who died May 20th 1776 aged 11. Rachel who d. June 1st 1781 aged 6 & Elizabeth Banks their daughter who died September . 16th 1796 aged 36. Also with his Wife & Children are interred the Remains of John Ireland late of Kendal, Manufacturer who died May 14th 1808 aged 74.
Ireland (N. altar tomb). Underneath this Stone are deposited the mortal remains of Mary Ann, the Wife of John Ireland Junr. of Kendal who departed this life on the 24th of October 1826 Aged 32, also of her infant, still-born on the 11th of September . 1824, also of John Ireland of Kendal, who died the 7th July 1832 Aged 70.
Ireland (In. Bellingham chapel). Thomas Ireland 1817.
Ireland (In. N). A rms, chevron ermines between 3 mullets gu. Sacred memory of Thomas Ireland late of Kendal, who departed this life November 21St 1817 aged 40. " Waiting for the Redemption of the Body."
Irving (W. inscription now gone, 1888). Sacred memory of Edward Irving Junr., B. in Stricklandgate 17th December . 1791, departed this life 21st April 1824 Aged 32 years. Peaceful your travail closed in death's abode Your task fulfilled, O rest your spirit with God, Beloved, lamented: And your praises be mine, Prosperous or suffering, to the Wi1l Divine Resigned, obedient, thankful to employ Life's fleeting hours for Heaven's eternal joy. James his Brother died 13th May 1802 Aged 16. Joseph his Brother died 17th November . 1828 Aged 33.
Ives (Window S. aisle). In memory of John Yeates, died December . 1847 and Margaretta his Wife died September . 1847, erected by their youngest Son George H. B. Yeates 1865. Arms, I. ar. cross gu. II. ar. fret gu.on chief or, lion passant between 4cross crosslets of 2nd (Brettargh). III. per chevron or & gu. chevron between 3 gates all counterchanged (for Yeates). IV. ar. chevron sa. in chief 3 pellets (Toxteth). V. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6 Yeates, 2 Brettargh, 3 Toxteth, 4 or 2 bars vert (Ackberg), 5 ar. on bend cottised az. 3 mullets or (Ives). VI. Ives. VII. Ackberg. VIII. Yeates, & on escutcheon of pretence 41y. 1 Brettargh, 2 Toxteth, 3 Ackberg, 4 Ives. (Brass under window). This tablet is in affectionate remembrance of George Henry Brettargh Yeates Esquire, of Brettargh Holt, Milnthorpe, who died October 18th, 1875, aged 34 years. and was interred at Heversham October 21st. This was placed in memory of the above by his widow Caroline Beatrice Yeates A.D.1878.
Jackson (W. altar tomb, rail). In memory of Ann, daughter of John & Isabella Jackson who died l. January 23rd 1831 Aged 20 years. Also of the above-named John Jackson who departed this life Decr. 1st 1836 Aged 67 years. And of Isabella, Widow of the above named John Jackson who departed this life April l0th 1837 Aged 63 years.
Jackson S. m. Anthony Jackson, Barber, late of the Market place in Kendal and formerly of the Anchorites house, Kirkland. He died on the 23rd of August 1807 aged 85 years. " The hoary head is a Crown of Glory if it be found in the way of Righteousness." This Monument was erected as a Testimony of Gratitude for many Obligations, by his many friends and admirers in Kendal and the Neighbourhood. (See Lancaster Gazette 29 August 1807.)* * At the demolition of the old vestry in 1850, the above, a black and white marble monument was taken down, and laid aside in the S.E. corner of the churchyard among fragments of lettered stones. This tablet, by F. Webster of Kendal, was circular in shape and erected against the S. vestry gable. It became a heap of pieces and about 1855 disappeared altogether. It was copied by me on Whit Monday 1854. (Mr. Jennings.)
Jackson (N. W). Sacred memory of David Jackson who died 7th November . 1822 Aged 63. Also of E. A. J. -E. J. -& W. died J. His three Children by Maria his Wife. Also of Elizth. Warne (Mother of the said Maria Jackson) who died 3d October 1826 Aged 90. Also of William Burn her Brother who died Apl. 19, 1822 Aged 88. Also of Maria, Relict of the above David Jackson, who died January 11, 1849 Aged 75. Also of D.J. herNephew who died Apl. 29, 1836 aged 32.
Jackson (E). Sacred memory of George Jackson who died January 25th 1821 Aged 68, James his Son d. March l0th 1805 Aged 10. Alice his daughter died February 6th 1800 Aged 1. Nanny his Wife died May 20th 1829 Aged 68. Mary, grand-da. of the above, and daughter of William Jackson died 2nd September . 1825 Aged 6. George, Grandson of the above, & son of John Jackson died 26th April 1831 Aged 13. Ann daughter of the above died July 29th 1830 Aged 33. The above William Jackson died 14th September . 1831 Aged 40. The above John Jackson died 4th February 1832 Aged 39. Eleanor Cock died 24th December . 1836 Aged 41. Ann, daughter of the above Eleanor died 21St December . 1836 Aged 6 m. Emma Jackson Wife of the above William Jackson died September . 27th 1850, Aged 60.
Jackson (N). Here lieth the Body of Iames Jackson late Serjeant att mace & Margaret his wife He died June 18th 1743 age 83 She died February 16th 1740 age 86 Also near Lieth four of their Grand-children, Sons of George and Mary Harrison, to wit, Thomas aged 11, Iames, Richard, and Edmond. Here also lieth the Body of Richard, Son of the above- named Iames & Margaret Jackson who departed this life the 12 Day of July 1766 Aged 69- (partly from Mr. Jennings' 1861 copy ;bur. 14 January 1704, Eliz. daughter of J. J. of High gate, Serjent).
Jackson (E). To the memory of Jane, daughter of the Reverend John John Jackson of Burneside & Jane his wife who died July 27, 1782 aged 14, And Elizabeth their daughter who died August 19, 1783 aged 13, And of William Jackson their Son who died May 28, 1805 aged 44. (E). In Memory of the Reverend John Jackson late Curate of Burniside in this Parish, who died February 13th 1790 Aged 65 years.
Jackson (E. ) Michael Jackson died 6th of July 1805 Aged 12, Robert Jackson 30th of May 1816 Aged 7 weeks, Agnes Jackson 29th of March 1818 Aged 4, Robert Jackson 3rd of March 1821 Aged 2, Thomas Jackson 15th of July 1826 Aged 19. William Jackson their Father died April 27th 1827 Aged 56. William J ackson, August 1st 1827, Aged 19, John Jackson, December 12th 1841 aged 30, Mary Jackson, Relict of the above W. Jackson died at Morland on the 1st of June 1867 Aged 86 ; Having survived her Husband 40 years. and the last of her children 26 years. " I only bow and say, my God, thy will be done."
Jackson (N. wall). To Memory of Thomas Jackson, Wire-drawer, who departed this life the 16th Day of June 1796 aged 64 years. , and Jane his Wife, who departed this life April the l0th 1773 aged 43 years. also John, the son of Thomas and Jane Jackson who died August the 20th 1764 aged 2 years. , also Elizabeth their daughter who died February the 6th 1770 aged 9 y. The Toils of Life, the Pangs of Death are o'er. And Care, and Pain, and Sickness are no more.
Jennings (In. Bellingham chapel E). Near this place lieth the remains of Obadiah Hadrington late of Kendal, shopkeeper, who departed this life August 15 1773 in the 56th y. of his age. Near this place also lieth the remains of Mary Hadrington [formerly wife of Anthony Jennings, Printer, and afterwards wife of the above Obadiah Hadrington] who departed this life September 13th 1776 in the 60th years. of her Age.
Jennings (E.) George Jennings of Kendall, died 1lth of September 1823 Aged 68 years. Also Ann his Wife died 9th February 1837 Aged 84 also to the memory of Elizabeth, wife of James Jennings (of Kirkland) who died January 28th 1848 Aged 64 years. Also of the above James Jennings, who departed this life September 20th 1855 Aged 70 years. and was interred at Castle Park Cemetery.
Jennings (In. brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lie the Remains of Anthony Jennings, late of Kendal, Printer, who died January 7th 1745 aged 28 years. Near also lie the Remains of Anthony Jennings his Son, late of Wigan in Lancashire, Brazier, who died December 9th 1767 aged 22y. Weep not for Us, my Friend so Dear, We are not Dead, but Sleepeth Here, To seek Corruption in the Dust, Till Christ shall raise us with the Just.
Johnson (N. W). Sacred to the Memory of George Holden Johnson, Son of the Reverend . Benjamin Johnson, Vicar of Great Gidding, Hunts, & Catharine his Wife. He was for four years. Master of the National School in this Town. He departed this life on the 20th January 1834 Aged 36 years. Near him are laid two of his Children, Catharine Eliza, who died September the 8th 1831 Aged 8 years. And George Holden who died August the 28th 1833 Aged 7 years. (Mr. G. H.J. made the plan of Kendal in Mr. Nicholson's A nnals, 1832).
Johnson (E). Sacred memory of Thomas Lonsdale, Late Manufacturer in this Town, who departed life on the 21st day of February 1844 aged 66 years. His affectionate Widow caused this stone to be erected.. Also of Emma Lonsdale his Widow who died February 27th 1852 aged 81 years. Also of Richard, Son of the above who died April 4th 1808 aged 11 m. And also of Emma Johnson, Grand-da. of the said Thomas Lonsdale, and infant daughter of James and Emma Johnson, who died on the 21st of July 1844 aged 2 y. and 3 m. And also of James Johnson the Son of the above named who died 25th February 1846 aged 3 m. Afterwards Isaac Johnson, who died June 26th 1847 aged 4 m. and 3 weeks. James Johnson their Father who died December . 18th 1851 aged 37 y. (My. Jennings).
Jones (E). J. Jones 1832.
Jones (In. W). Sacred memory of Mr. John Jones of Goldsmith Street, London, who died at Kendal 4th April 1823 aged 46 years.
Kenady (E). In Memory of Mr. Thomas Kenady of Stramongate and one of the Aldermen of the Corporation of Kendal; who departed this life the 26 of June 1770 in the 75th,Y . of his Age.
Kinley (W). In memory of John Millers, who died September 19th l828 aged 70 years. and of Isabella his wife, who died April 9th l8l5 aged 52 years. also of Isabella Kinley their grand-da. who died April 22nd, l843 aged 4 years. and 5 m. and of Isabella Millers, their grand-da. who died May l6th l847 aged 8 years. .
Kirkby (N. W). In memory of Isaac Kirkby, Plumber and Glazier, who died October 3, 1822 aged 52. Also Eleanor his daughter died January 6, 1810 aged 3. Also Mary who died May 1st 1819 aged 22.
Kitching (N. E). I. H. S. In memory of Barbara the beloved Wife of William Kitching, who d. April 29th 1853 Aged 53 years. Also of John, their Infant Son, and of William their Son who died March l0th 1841 Aged 7Y.
Knipe (E. 2 altar tombs, rail). [I.] In memory of Benjamin Hunter, Wine Merchant, who d. February 2, 1804 aged 51, also of Elizabeth, his Wife, daughter of John Dickinson, of Low Barrows Green, who died February 4, 1788 aged 25, & of Alice, his second Wife, daughter of the Reverend Isaac Knipe Memory of A. of Ambleside, who died December 27, 1802 aged 35, & of Catherine his daughter who died June 4, 1799 aged 4 Memory of [2] .Thomas Hunter late of Kendal, Hosier, died February 12th 1784 aged 64Y., And Catherine his daughter died July 15th 1766 aged 9 years. , Also Catherine his Wife departed this life May 18th 1787 aged 73. Thomas Hunter, hosier, son of Thomas & Catherine Hunter died June l0th 1811, aged 56. Jane Hunter died September 16th, 1829 Aged 73.
Lamb (E). In memory of Betty Lamb, widow, late of Lancaster, who died December 31st 1838 aged 74 years. To perpetuate her memory, this stone is placed with feelings of gratitude by her three sons. Also of her grandchildren, the family of William &Alice Lamb of Kendal. John died March 14th 1830 aged 1 years. Margaret died February 19th 1832 aged 6 years. Elizabeth died January . 4th 1834 aged 3 years. Richard died March 18th 1837 aged 2 years. Thomas died May 21st 1837 an infant. Alice Jane died Sepr. 14th 1837 aged 4 years. Alice died September . 26th 1849 aged 9 years.
Lambert (In brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lieth interred Benjamin Fenwick Esq. a worthy Descendant from the Antient Family of Nunriding in Northumberland who died November the 15th 1752 in the 84th years. of his Age. This laudable Gentleman truly zealous and firmly strenuous for the Glory of his Prince and the Good of his Country spent sixty years. in the Marine Service, with unblemished Honour, and undeviating Fidelity. As a just Reward of his gallant Actions, His Sovereign gave him the Command of a man of war. In that important Post He fought the Enemies of Great Britain with intrepid Courage, meritorious Conduct, and memorable Success. Mrs. Lambert, his Niece, ordered this Inscription as a solemn Testimony of her great Regard to his merit and gratefull Affection for his memory.
Lambert (In. chancel, floor). Sacred memory of Miss Ann Lambert of Kirkland who departed this life 19th day of February A.D. 1839 aged 72 years. (Mr. Jennings).
Lambert (In. chancel, floor). Josias Lambert, died July 26th 1841 aged 78 years.
Lambert (In. Bellingham chapel, N). Here lie the Remains of Mr. Josias Lambert of Watsfield, who died the 4th of November . 1753 aged 60 years. He was an affectionate Husband, a tender Parent, and a true Friend. Arms (above) chevron gu. between 3 lambs, chief chequy ar. & az.
Lambert (In. Bellingham Chapel, N). Here lie the Remains of Mrs. Mary Lambert, Relict of Mr. Josias Lambert of Wats-Field by whom She had 8 Children. She died the 3d Day of April 1760 Aged 65 years. She was a prudent and careful Wife, a tender Parent, and a respected Neighbour.
Lambert (E. sarcophagus, urn and rail). (1.) Sacred memory of Richard Winfield who departed this life the Twenty seventh day of November MDCCCXX Aged Seventy nine years. and of Mary Winfield his Wife who departed this life the Twelfth day of August M DCCCVI Aged Sixty three years. I n grateful remembrance of their affectionate Parents this Monument is Erected by their surviving descendants. (2.) In the Chancel of the adjoining Church are deposited The Remains of Beatrix, Wife of Josias Lambert and daughter of Richard and Mary Winfield who departed this life the Tenth day of November MDCCXCM Aged Twenty Eight years.
Leeming (E). (Here Lyes the Body of James Leeming of Kendal, Brazier, who departed this life the 13th day of September 1749 and in the 77th years. of his Age. Here lieth the Body of Susannah, Wife of Richard Gaitskell who departed this life the 31st of October 1763 Aged. . . Near this place lieth the Body of John Skaife, who departed this life the 1st Day of April 1771 aged 50. Also Mr. Richard Gaitskell who departed this life the 18th Day of October 1774 Aged 81.) Also of Isabella Skaife, who died October l0th 1810 Aged 85. Also of Isabella Skaife her grand-da. who died January 23d 1794 Aged 5. Also of Rebecca Skaife who died August 11th 1833 Aged 77. (First portion in brackets from Mr. Jennings' copy 1861).
Leonard (E). In Memory of John Leonard, who died at Dublin, November . 1st 1799 Aged 61, Ann his Wife died at Kendal October 21st 1823 Aged 72. Now, the last sigh of life is o'er, Let them enjoy thy blessed sight, That with thy Saints, they may delight, To sing thy praise for evermore.
Lewthwaite (N. W). Sacred to the memory of William Lewthwaite late Master of the Blue Coat School, Kendal, who departed life the 12th Day of February 1837 in the 45th years. of his Age. Also of William Lewthwaite his Father who died April 22nd 1846 Aged 84 years.
Lewthwaite (N. W). Erected to the Memory of Mr. Christopher Lewthwait of Kendal, Hosier, Ob. 5th January 1805. Aet. 64 years. Also of Christopher his Son who unfortunately lost his Life by a Fire in Liverpool Ob. 17th September .1796 Aet. 24 years. & there interred. Also of Anna his daughter , the Wife of Josiah Lewthwaite, Attorney Whitehaven, Ob. 17th July 1804 Ae. 34 years. , & interred at Trinity Chapel, Whitehaven. And also of Isabella, daughter of the said J osiah Lewthwait & Anna his Wife, Ob. 7th November . 1804. Ae. six years. Also of Isabella Lewthwait Widow of the above Christopher Lewthwait Senr. who died September . (17) 1809 Aet 69.
Lewthwaite (N. W). Sacred memory of William Lewthwaite late Master of the Blue Coat School, Kendal, who departed this life the 12th Day of February 1837 in the 45th years. of his Age. Also of William Lewthwaite his Father who died April 22nd 1846 Aged 84 years.
Leyburne (In. N). To Memory of John Leyburne late of Cunswick Esq. who died ye 9th of Decem: 1737: Aged 69. In whom that Ancient, Loyall, & Religious Family is now extinct, Whose Example this Inscription Recommends to Posterity, For under this Stone lies the Remains of a most Affectionate Husband, a Charitable Neighbour, & a Kind Master. In Dealings Just, In Words Sincere, Was Humble in Pros perity, Heroickly resign'd in Adversity, Whose unaffected Devotion. Strict Sobriety & Unwearied practice of Christian Duties, is worthy ye Imitation of All. He had two Sons, who died in their Infancy so hath left no Issue to inherit his Virtues. And that the Memory of them may not perish with ye Name Lucy his wife hath Plac'd this Monument, as a Memorial of her Love & Esteem. Miseremini, Miseremini, mei, Saltem vos Amici mei ! Job 19th. Arms, 41y I & 4 az. 6 1ioncels ar. armed & langued gu. (Leyburne) 2 & 3, or. chevron gu. between 3 daws heads erased beaked of the field (for Dalston).
Lime (W). In memory of Morffee Lime late of this town, card manufacturer, who died January 8th 1839 aged 66 years. also of Elizabeth, his wife who died February 5th 1828 aged 54y., and of Thomas their son who died August 18th 1844 aged 34 years. , also of Charles Busher who died May 11th 1850 Aged 3 years. & 6 m., & of Elizabeth Busher who died July 24th 1851 Aged 7 years. and of Mary Busher who died March 21st 1852 Aged 3 years. and 6 m. Grandchildren of the above Memory of Lime.
Lodge (In. N). In memory of Zachary Hubbersty of Fallen yew in Underbarrow, Attorney at Law, who died March 13, 1780 Aged 54 years. also of Phillis Hubbersty daughter of John Lodge of Barnard Castle in the County of Durham, she died November 12, 1781 aged 61 years.
Long (W). In memory of Jane Long, youngest daughter of Thomas and Jane Long of Mint House near Kendal, who died June 1st 1813 Aged 13 years. Also Barbara second daughter of the above who died April 8th 1815 Aged 17 years. Also of James Hoggarth Long Esqre. of Mint House who died July 4th 1829 Aged 38 years. And of Jane his eldest daughter who died May 21st 1837 Aged 15 years.
Longhorne (N. E). In memory of Elizabeth Longhorne late of Highgate, Kendal, who died November 9, 1811 aged 44. Also Isabella her daughter , (Wife) of Simon Clark, Strickland Kettle, who died September 8, 1813 Aged 24.
Longmire (N. altar tomb). In memory of James Webster late of Kendal who died at High House, Natland, October lst 1837 aged 73 years. and of Agnes his wife, who died at Kirfitt Hall, Casterton, December 13th 1800, aged 38 years. , also of Jane their da. who died April 20th 1833 aged 36 y and of Eleanor second wife of James Webster, who died at High House, Natland, November 19th 1834 aged 81 years. , also of Elizabeth, daughter of James and Agnes Webster and wife of William Longmire who died 8th August 1851 aged 57 years. , also of Elizabeth Williamina their daughter who died l0th June 1839, aged 10 m.
Lonsdale (E). Sacred memory of Thomas Lonsdale, Late Manufacturer in this Town, who departed life on the 21st day of February 1844 aged 66 years. His affectionate Widow caused this stone to be erected.. Also of Emma Lonsdale his Widow who died February 27th 1852 aged 81 years. Also of Richard, Son of the above who died April 4th 1808 aged 11 m. And also of Emma Johnson, Grand-da. of the said Thomas Lonsdale, and infant daughter of James and Emma Johnson, who died on the 21st of July 1844 aged 2 y. and 3 m. And also of James Johnson the Son of the above named who died 25th February 1846 aged 3 m. Afterwards Isaac Johnson, who died June 26th 1847 aged 4 m. and 3 weeks. James Johnson their Father who died December . 18th 1851 aged 37 y. (My. Jennings).
Machell (E). Sacred memory of Mary Machell late of Kendal who died February 6th 1838 aged 75 y., also of John Airey, who died February l0th 1838 aged 81 years. , & of Jane his wife who died July 8th 1852 aged 71 years. , also of Ann, wife of Mr. James Airey of Liverpool who died May 12th 1853 aged 32 years. also of James Airey, husband of the above who d January 8th 1854 aged 31 years.
Mackreth (E). Here Lieth the Body of Henry Mackreth of Stavely who died June (x)x . . . . Aged 87 Likewise Ann Grand-da. of ye Aforesaid and daughter of Arthur Mackreth of Stavely who died September . ye 16. 1749 Aged 13. And Elizabeth his Wife who died ye 7th day of May 1752 aged 81. (partly from Mr. Jennings).
Mackreth (In. brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lyeth the Body of Brian Mackreth late parish.clerk of this church who departed this life the 4th of July 1712 and in the 66th years. of his age. (cross bones in saltire).
Mackreth (W. brass). . . . Here also Allice his Wife who died the 21st Day of November 1739 aged 84. Under this Stone likewise lie the Remains of Margaret Mackreth, late Wife of William Mackreth, Son of the above Bryan & Allice Mackreth (Alderman) of this Town; She died the 12th Day of March 1744 aged 44. They all lived and died Sincere Christians. Here also lie three Sons of the (above Alderman) Wil and Margt. Mackreth, who died young). (Parts in brackets per Mr. Jennings).
Mackreth (E). Near this place are deposited the Remains of Mr. Edward Mackreth of Kendal who departed this life the 22 Day of May 1762 in the 74th years. of his Age. Here also lie the Remains of Mary, the Wife of the aforesaid Edward Mackreth who departed life the 26th Day of September 1781 aged 91 years. Also Ann Mackreth daughter of the said Edward and Mary Mackreth who departed this life the 3d Day of April 1788 aged 68.
Mackreth (N. W.) This Stone is placed to Memory of Thomas Mackreth, Forty years. Masterof the Hospital & Charity School in this Town, In the duties of which important Trust, his abilities did him great Honour, & will be long & respectfully remembered by his Pupils. He died 9th January 1787 aged 60. Also In Memory of Isabella, his Wife who died November 8, 1804, Aged 68.
Maplethorpe (Once in Parr chapel, 1628, tomb with figure of knight in armour and his lady kneeling, Whitaker's Richmondshire II 327. Arms I (on knight) ar. 2 bars az. within border sa. (Parr.) II (on lady) 41y 1 & 4 az. 3 stags trippant (Green), 2 & 3 gu. chevron between 3 crosses botony or, on chief lion passant ar. (sic) (Maplethorpe). Pray for the soul of Thomas Par. knight of king's body, Henry the VIII, master of his wardes . . . and . . . sher . . . who deceased the 11th day of November in the 9th years. of the reign of our said sovereign lord at London, in the ...Fryers, as his tomb doth record.
Marmion (Large black marble altar tomb, Parr chapel). Arms in 1888 (on N). I, 41y. I & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Parr (without border) vairy, a fess (Marmion), III Fitzhugh. (On E). IV. 41y 1 & 4 (4 not repeating each coat) 41y I & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Parr ; 2 Fitzhugh ; 3 Marmion. All within Garter, with Motto hony soyt quy maly pense.* * Compare different accounts in Hill MSS. II. 66, Whitaker's Richmondshire 11. 327 and Mr. Nicholson's Annals 51, the last favouring Brus vice Marmion. The latter author notes as upon the (old) ceiling of the Parr Chapel, 5 shields with Arms I. 41y I & 4 Par; 2 & 3, 41y 1& 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe (with cross crosslets). II 41y I &4 Par, 2 & 3 Ros. III I & 4 Par, 2 Fitzhugh (without chief), 3,4ly l & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Brus. IV 4ly 1 & 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe. V Ros. Mr. Bellasis now observes S shields round the (new) ceiling. Arms 1 41y 1 & 4 Par 2 & 3 Ros. II 41y 1 & 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe (with chief or, lion passant gu). III 41y 1 Par, 2 Fitzhugh, 3, vairy, fess gu. (Marmion). 4 Ros IV Par, & on esculcheon of pretence or, on pile gu. between 6 roses ar. 3 roses of 2nd. (Parr. angmentatiou) V. Marmion. VI ar. 2 bars gu. on canton of last, [ion passant or (Lancaster). VII Ros. VIII 41y, 1 Par, 2 Marmion, 3 Fitzhugh, 4 Ros.
Maskew (N. W). To the memory of William Maskew who departed life November 11th 184, aged 72 years. , also of Isabella his wife, who died March 8th 1808 aged 54 years. & Isabella their daughter who died March 16th 1824 aged 34 years.
Mason (E). In memory of Jane the beloved wife of Joseph Mason who died on the 16th February 1854 in the 29th years. of her age.
Masterson (E. altar tomb) . To the memory of Joseph Masterson, surgeon, who died August 29th 1790 Aged 42. Also of Isabella his Widow who died October 20th 1842 Aged 88 years. Edward Pennington who died July 3d 1794 aged 71. Here also lie the Remains of Ellinor his Wife, who departed this life the 4th day of February . 1802 aged 71.
Matson (In. W). In Memory of Mr. Bryan Wilson of Kendal, Surgeon, who died 3 May 1777 Aged 56, And Alice his Wife, daughter . of William Matson of Titeup Esquire, who d. 3 August 1788 Aged 66. Also William their Son who died 15 July 1785 Aged 26.
Matson (In. W). Near this Place lieth the Body of Captain Edward Wilson who died L. 1st January 1781 Aged 67. Here lie the Remains of Isabel Wilson his Wife And Eldest daughter of William Matson of Titeup Esquire who departed this life 4th November 1789 Aged 73. Also Near this Place Lieth James Wilson Their eldest Son who d. L. 6th May 1780 Aged 36. Here also lies interred William Wilson Esqr. Son of the above named Captain Edward Wilson, & Isabel his Wife, who died the 12th Day of July 1811 Aged 64.
Matson (In. Parr chapel, where Matsons are interred, on blue flag before the 1850-2 restoration). Margaret Matson 1773 aged 85. (Mr. Jennings).
Matson (In. W). Near this Place are deposited the Remains of William Matson of Titup ; in the County of Lancaster Esqr. ; who departed this life the 4th day of February 1764 aged 45. Also the Remains of Ann, his wife the 2nd daughter of Jacob Morland of Capplethwaite Esqr. ; who died the 28th Day of July 1791 aged 83. Arms, or, cross patte sa. within gold border, impaling sa. griffin segreant wings displayed or.
Matthews (N. wall). In memory of Jane Matthews who died December . 1st 1835 aged 77. She was for 56 years. a faithful servant in the family of the Yeates's of Kirkland; for honest worth she had few equals.
Maud (S). Joseph Maud (sic) born September l0th 1739, died May 16th 1803.
Maude (S). Joseph Maud (sic) born September l0th 1739, died May 16th 1803.
Maude (S). To the memory of Joseph Maude, of Kendal, whose earthly remains were deposited near this place, he died May XVI, 1803 aged 63.
Maude (In. S. W) . Near this place are deposited in hope of a blessed resurrection the earthly remains of Joseph Maude, of Kendal esquire, formerly of the County of Durham who died 16th May 1803 aged 62, also those of Sarah, his wife, youngest daughter of Thomas & Elizabeth Holme, she died 8th March 1831 aged 88. Their offspring nine sons, and three daus. survive both parents. A rms, ar. 3 bars gemel sa., over all lion rampant (gu.) thereon cross crosslet fitchee, impaling or. 3 bars az., on canton a wreath. Motto De Monte Alto.
Maude (Floor. Parr chapel). Sarah Maude died March 8, 1831 AE 89. (Mr. Jennings.)
Mc Caskill (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Mc Caskill 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Mc Leod (W). In memory of William McLeod, late of Kendal, who died 20th May 1827 aged 67 also of Sarah his wife, who departed this life 21st March 1836 aged 79 years.
Meldrum (N. W.) Sacred memory of Margaret, only daughter of John and Anne Meldrum, who died March 3lst 1834 aged 23, here also lie the remains of John Meldrum Junr, who died 30th of September 1837 aged 24 years. this is inscribed to his memory as a worthy friend and brother, a kind and affectionate son. Farewell! thou hadst a mind endued With feeling, genius, gratitude ; We hope when-1ife's vain dream is o'er, To meet again, to part no more. and also, at Natchez, North America, on the 28th October 1839 of yellow fever, William, their third son, aged 25 years. Far, far from parents, friends, in one short hour, He yielded life to death's remorseless power. Also in m. Richard Meldrum who died February l0th l845 aged 25 years. Beloved by all, death call’d thee soon away, Life's ills to change for Heaven's eternal day. also of John Meldrum, father of the above, who died February 22nd l847 aged 65 years. also of Ann Meldrum; mother of the above, who died December . 9th l848 aged 73 also of Joseph Meldrum, son of the above who died the 8th September l854. aged 37 years.
Miller (In. N ). Sacred memory of William Sympson 31 years. senior Alderman of this Burgh, & Jane his wife, daughter of Alan Chambre. He died September 18, 1776, aged 78. he died August 4, 1781 aged 83. Sacred memory of Joseph Sympson and Rebecca his wife, daughter of John Miller. Senior Alderman of this Burgh, He died October 31, 1806 aged 76, she died November 21,1781 aged 41.
Miller (W). In memory of Joseph Miller who died September llth l825 Aged 75 years. Margaret the Wife of Joseph Miller, She died April 4th l820 Aged 75 years. Also Mary their daughter d. the 3rd Day of April l8l3 Aged 27 years. On tombstones praise is vainly spent, Good works are our best monument, When join'd with faith they reach to heav'n, Where everlasting life is given.
Miller (W). Sacred memory of William Miller, Late of Bonning Yeat in Westmoreland, who died January 20th 1829 aged60 years. Weep not for me, my glass is run, The Lord's will, it will be done. (Mr, Jennings).
Miller (In. N. W.floor). In memory of John Miller late Alderman of this Town, who died April 24th l778 aged 83 years. Also of Margaret his Wife who died 29 Day of March 1763 aged 54 years.
Millers (W. flat, formerly altar tomb & railed on 2 sides). Here lie the Remains of Thomas Nelson who died May 1st 1768 Aged 61. Also near this place lies the Body of Agnes his Wife & Two children. Under this Stone is deposited the Body of Thomas Millers, nephew of the above Thomas Nelson who died December .29th 1794 Aged 65. Here also are deposited the Remains of Esther, Widow of the said Thomas Millers who died April 6th 1803 Aged 73.
Millers (W). In memory of John Millers, who died September 19th l828 aged 70 years. and of Isabella his wife, who died April 9th l8l5 aged 52 years. also of Isabella Kinley their grand-da. who died April 22nd, l843 aged 4 years. and 5 m. and of Isabella Millers, their grand-da. who died May l6th l847 aged 8 years. .
Milton S. m. Samuel Milton, late of Highgate, linen merchant, he died on the 2lst day of March 1803 aged 73 years. Also of Ann. his wife daughter of Mr. George Waller of Kirkland, late Town Clerk of this Burgh. She died the l8th day of April, l799 aged 77 years. Lucy the youngest daughter of Samuel and Ann Milton, died September l0th 1766 aged 15 years. (Mr. Jennings' copy, 1861).* * This black marble monument on freestone base, and a white marble slab let into the centre, was protected by iron palisades, and stood at the E. of the church against the outer gable of the Bellingham Chapel. Part of the base and all the rails were removed in 1850-2, and on the gable being rebuilt in 1869, the monument fell to pieces. (Mr. Jennings).
Mitchel (W). Here lies the Body of William Mitchel, Son of John Mitchel, Shearman, in Strickland-gate, Kendal, who departed this life the 17th Day of April in the y. 1792, aged 41.
Moffett (In. S) . Sacred memory of Anne, Wife of Lieutenant T. W. Moffett of the Royal Navy, and daughter of Mr. Henry Bradshaw, formerly an Alderman of this Burgh. She died at High House in Crook, the 22nd day of March 1828 Aged 32 years. Her affectionate Husband, who deeply deplores his loss, Erected this as a token of respect to her beloved Memory.
Mooney (N. W). In memory of Bridget the beloved wife of Sylvester Mooney, who died on the 7th of June 1851 in the 52nd years. of her age, also of Frederick, son of the above, who died at Manchester, August 12th 181.8 aged 3 years. May they rest in peace.
Moore (In. floor N. W). In Memory of Mr. Simon Moore, Mercer, who departed this life September 9th 1750 aged 52. Also of Elizabeth his Wife, daughter of Mr.Joseph Symson, lderman, who died December 8th 1767 aged 68. Also of Thomas their Son who died an Infant. (Mr. Jennings).† † Symon Son of Thomas Memory of of Stricklandgate. Quaker, bapt. 1 May,1699. A broken slab at Fell-side Sepulchre, records Dorothy daughter of Thomas Memory of mercer, who died 14 September 1707 aet. 16. (Mr. Jennings).
Morland (In. N.) In Memory of Thomas Holme Esquire, Senior Alderman of this Burgh, And one of his Majesty's Justices of ye Peace for the County of Westmorland Who d. 14th March 1782: Aged 71. Also of Elizabeth his Wife, daughter of Jacob Morland of Capplethwaite Esquire; Who died 12 April 1783, Aged 70, also Two of their Children, Margaret, who died 20 Mar. 1741 An Infant and Mary, who died 16 Octr. 1753, Aged 10. (A rms, per pale, argent 2 bends sable, on a canton of the last a chaplet of roses or. sinister, sable a griffin rampant or. Crest missing).
Morland (In. W). Near this Place are deposited the Remains of William Matson of Titup ; in the County of Lancaster Esqr. ; who departed this life the 4th day of February 1764 aged 45. Also the Remains of Ann, his wife the 2nd daughter of Jacob Morland of Capplethwaite Esqr. ; who died the 28th Day of July 1791 aged 83. Arms, or, cross patte sa. within gold border, impaling sa. griffin segreant wings displayed or.
Morris (N). Sacred memory of Peter Morris, Sexton of this church who died January 15th 1850 Aged 68. Also of Robertha, wife of the above, who died at Manchester on the 2nd day of October 1861, aged 78 years. and was interred at Hulme Parish Church.
Morton (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Moser (E). Jacob Moser.
Murfitt (In. N). To the memory of the Reverend Matthew Murfitt A.M. Vicar of Kendal and formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, who died November . 7,1814 Aged 50 Y. He was a pious, learned and eloquent Divine : A sincere friend, a kind husband, and in every relation of Life a most worthy man.
Murphy (S.) In memory of Mrs. Dorothy Murphy of Kendal who died December 27th 1812 Aged 74.
Murray (W.) A. Memory of (H.) This is the burial place of Alexander Murray junr.
Murray (W.) Sacred memory of Alexander Murray who departed this life November 29th 1836 aged 73 years. , also of Elizabeth, relict of the above who departed this life May 11th 1844 aged 78 years. This stone is placed here by an affectionate son as the last token of love for his dear parents.
Musgrave (In. Parr chapel floor, once with oak rail on two sides; wood-work now in the way, and shield of arms, &c., invisible). Here lyeth the Body of William Askew, late of Standingstones, in the Parish of Millom, and County of Cumberland, Gent., who departed this life the 13th of April, in the years. of our Lord 1717, and of his Age the 80th. He marryed Dorothy, the davghter of William Mvsgrave of Crookdake in the said County, Esqr., by whom he had only one svrviving davghter, now the wife of John Archer of Oxen Holme, Esqr. (Mr. ]ennings’ copy, 20th October 1863).
Musgrave (E.) In memory of Agnes the wife of Thomas Musgrave of Castle Mills, Kendal, who died May 14th 1847 aged 62 years. , also of Philip their son who died May 21st 1845 aged 27 years. , also of Thomas Musgrave who died February 9th 1869 aged 86 years. & was interred at the Kendal cemetery.
Nelson (In. W.) To the memory of Joseph Nelson of Barrows Green near Kendal who died December 1792 aged fourty years. Ann Nelson his wife who died January 18,1845 aged 8 years. Rachel Nelson their daughter who died May 1810 aged twenty-two years. (Space). This monument has been erected by their affectionate son Thomas Nelson, Merchant, of Graham's Town, Cape of Good Hope, in the years. 1848.
Nelson (W. flat, formerly altar tomb & railed on 2 sides). Here lie the Remains of Thomas Nelson who died May 1st 1768 Aged 61. Also near this place lies the Body of Agnes his Wife & Two children. Under this Stone is deposited the Body of Thomas Millers, nephew of the above Thomas Nelson who died December .29th 1794 Aged 65. Here also are deposited the Remains of Esther, Widow of the said Thomas Millers who died April 6th 1803 Aged 73.
Nelson (N.) To the memory of William Nelson, late of Kirkland who died on the 14th July 1814 aged 85 & Agnes his Wife who died 16th January 1814 Aged 81. Also five of their children viz: Jane who died in London the 7th February 1812 Aged 56, Rowland, who also died in London the 15th July 1797 aged 37, Agnes, who likewise died in London the 4th July 1813 aged 47, William who died the 11th Decr. 1772 aged 2, & Robert who died the 16th March 1786 Aged 10. Likewise Mary, the Wife of Mr. John Nelson & daughter of Titus & Mary Wilson of Kirkland who died in London the 24th Augt. 1811 aged 47. The said Mr. Nelson hath caused this Stone to be erected as a small token of his affectionate love and esteem towards his Parents, Brothers, Sisters, & Wife the 29th September . 1814. (Flag). Sacred memory of Agnes Nelson of Kirkland who departed this life August 6th 1843 in the 50th y. of her age. Rest here distress'd by pain no more, There find the calm you gave so oft. before' Sleep undisturb'd within this peaceful shrine Till angels wake you with a note divine. also Jane Nelson of Kirkland who departed life this life on the 20th of December 1848 aged 77 years. her end was peace.
Neville (Strickland chapel, altar tomb). Arms, 1. 41y. 1 & 4, fess dancette between 9 billets 4 & 5 (Deincourt). 2 & 3 escallops (Strickland). I I. The same (but not repeating) impa1ing on saltire, mallet pierced (Nevil1e).
Newby (E). Here Lyeth the Body of William Shepherd late Malster in Kendal who Died Augt. the 7th 1730 Aged 71. Here also lie the remains of Agnes his Wife who Departed this Life July the 24th 1759 aged 94. Here likewise lie the Remains of Robert Shepherd Son of the above William and Agnes. Shepherd who Died a Batchelor june the 25th 1777 aged 89 Also William Newby, Cordwainer of Kendal who departed this Life January 23rd 1791 aged 52.
Newby (E). To the memory of Henry Newby late of Finkle Street who died January 26th. 1793 aged 89, and Agnes his wife who died February 4, 1791 aged 81. Death is the gate of endless Life, Where Righteousness is due, The gate is open let by Christ To all Believers true.
Newby (W. altar tomb). In Memory of William Newby late of Kendal, clockmaker who departed this life February 13th 1791 Aged 55 years. Also of John his Son who died October 28th 1761 Aged 5 Memory of And William his Son, clockmaker, who died December 3d 1800 Aged 32 Y. And James his Son, watchmaker who died December 20, 1807 Aged 43 years. And of Ann his Widow who died January 37,1808 Aged 77 years. Ann Newby died L. June 13th 1814 aged 40. Jane Newby, departed this life June 30th 1817 Aged 46.
Nicholls (In. W. In I664, N .aisle,Dugdale). Arms, I. sa. 3 pheons ar.,crescent or (for difference). (Dugdale, Norroy, Westmorland Visit: 1664, Coll. Arms C., 39, 2nd cal. lob, notes also), II. the above arms impaling ar. bend between 3 mullets sa. (Pell). III. The same impaling gu. on a fess between 3 fusils or, as many escallops of the field, the whole within border engrailed of 2nd, charged with torteaux. (Heming). To the most Religiovs and Renowned Memory of Sr Avgvstine Nicholls Kt. late of Faxton in Northamptonsheire (herre bvried) who was second son(ne) of Thomas Nicholls of the same Covntye Esqr. He was student of Lawes in the Middle Temple, London; became Reader there in (ye) (the, Dugdale), last yeare of Qveene Elizabeth, of whom he receaved his Writ(t) of Serjeant att the Lawe the Michaellmas Terme immediatly followinge: Afterwards Serjeant to Prince Henry of famovs memory & the (ye, Dugdale) Qveene his mother, Tht:n one of his Maties. Jvstices of his Court of Common Pleas, & keeper of the Great Seale to the most illvstriovs & mighty Prince Charles; who, having labovred in ye Highe & painfvll calling of a most Reverende & jvst Jvdge for the space of fovr(e) yeares, felu vnder the heavy burden of it (heere att Kendall) sitting(e) then Jus- tice of Assize; & comminge to give Judgment upon others by his comfortable & Christian departvre receaved (wee assvredlye beleeve) his jvdgmt : with mercye in the yeare of our Lord 1616 the 3 day of August in the 14th yeare of the Raigne of Ovr Sovereigne Lord Kinge James, & the 57th yeare of his age. (At top). One of the Cardinal Vertves in his name The Fovre to fewe to comprehend his fame. (Right). Which now are bvt his shadowes weake svpporters, More then must be his svbstance trye reporters. (Left). Vertves his proper and pecvliar tombe, Ovtlastinge marble living till dayes dome.* * This distich, of a mutilated inscription, repaired in 1770 and restored so far as it could be in 1815. is now ( 1888) almost illegible. See for further details as to the fate of this monument and its subject, Mr. Nicholson's Annals of Kendal, pp. 64- 6; Letters in Kendal Mercury, 16 Ap., 1801 ; and Hill Memory of SS.11. 63. His reading of the inscription is supplemented by the duplicate Memory of I. at Faxton. The Parish Register gives the burial date as 3 August , the next entry being the 8th, and the immediate previous ones 2nd and 8th. The last word but two i.e. " yeares " has been altered to " Geeres." (Foot). Weake mvse that wovldst disciphere ovtsuch joyes That now are endlesse by fast fadinge toyes. He whom no bribes covld blind, noe terrovr turne ; Noe f'avovr fawne ; no covrse compell from right ; Whome place did nev'r pvffe vpp; nor beavtye bvrne ; Plenty exceed; nor poore oppressewith mighte, Did speake, thinke, find this topp of honovr hye Seal'd in this vrne ; he in his Yeares to dye.
Nicholson (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Nicholson (In. clerestory windows). The gift of Cornelius Nicholson, Author of the Annals of Kendal 1851. Alms, ar.2 bars gu. on canton of last lion rampant. (On scroll). Arms of the Town. (Mr. Rushforth).
Nicholson (W. altar tomb). To the memory of Edward Nicholson who departed this life June 11th 1813 Aged 72, Also Elizabeth his Wife June 1st 1821 Aged 86. Also Mary Nicholson, their da. who died September . 17th 1849 Aged 82, Also John Nicholson their Son, who died January 25th, 1852 Aged 79, Also Alice, their daughter in law, who died September . 21st 1852 Aged 83.
Nicholson (N). Sacred memory of John Nicholson late of Collincroft, Kendal, brewer, who died June 19th 1846, aged 61 years. , also of Ann his Wife, who died August 17th 1821, aged 36 years. , also of John their son, who died January 13th 1821 in infancy, and of George their son, who died August 13th 1842, aged 25 years.
Nicholson (N. 2 altar tombs, rail). [1] Here lie the Remains of Robert Nicholson la te of the Market-place in Kendal; Grocer, who died September the 17th 1741 aged 75 years. Here also lie the Remains of Thomas Elleray late of the Market-place, Grocer and Tallow chandler, who died December the 5th 1782 aged 80 years. Isabella EIleray placed this Monument as a Testimony of her respect to the Memory of an Uncle and a Brother. [2] Isabella Elleray a maiden lady died l. October 29th. 1788, after surviving the rest of her family and the in- timates of her earlier years; she died not unlamented. Her munificence endeared her to the poor who mourn the loss of their common friend. Her bounty was not confined to the present age alone, but provided for posterity by augmenting the funds of the public charities in this town by liberal donations to the Hospital, Sunday School's and Dispensary. She died in the 79th years. of her age.
Nicholson (W. flat tomb). In memory of Robert Nicholson of this town, hosier, Who died January 29th 1821 aged 76. Frances his wife died October 24th 1832 aged 82. John his son d. May 26th 1810 aged 36.. Hannah, sister of Robert Nicholson, died February 28th 1837 aged 77 and William his son Who died September . 19th 1842 aged 55, also of Agnes Parkinson, daughter of the above-named Robert and Frances Nicholson who died on the 20th day of July 1849 aged 66y., by Whom this stone was erected.
Nicholson ( W. altar tomb, rail). [ Skull and cross-bones ]. Sacred memory of the Reverend . William Nicholson, curate of Old Hutton in this County, Who died the 17th day of April 1713 Aged 44. And of Sarah his Wife who died the 23d day of June 1781 Aged 71. And of their several Children, namely, Susanna who died the 12th day of April 1806 Aged 75, Eleanor 19th July, 1814, 81, Elizabeth 18th. July 1741 Aged 7. Edward 2nd January 1803, 67, Sarah l0th March 1814, 76, William 31st March 1772, 33, Mary 22nd March 1823, 83, Anna 22nd March 1769, 26, Also Sacred memory of Mr. Edward Gathorne of Old Hutton, Gentleman, and of Eleanor his Wife, the Father & Mother of the above named Sarah the Wife of the said Revd. William Nicholson. May they rest in Peace.
Noble (E. skull, cross bones, sand-glass.) Here lieth the Body of Eleanor Noble late wife of Richard Noble, Hosier In Stramongate who departed this life September 27, 1742 in the 35 years. of her Age. Also near this Place are Interred six of their children viz : Mark, Enos, Joseph, Benjamin, Elkanah and Dorothy. (Partly from Mr. Jennings' 1861 copy).
Norris (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Norris 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Paitson (N). To the memory of Richard Paitson, late of Kendal, who departed this life the 30th day of September 1789 Aged 67 years. Also Agnes Paitson, his daughter who died the 3rd day of Septr. 1779 Aged 16 years. And of Margaret his Wife who died April 7th 1803 Aged 77.
Palmer (W). In memory of Ann Palmer, of Kendal, spinster, who died June 6th 1852 aged 79y.
Park (E). In Memory of Mary Park wife of William Park of Storth-End who died 27 April 1796 aged 73 years. And of the above William Park who died 6 May 1805 aged 81 years.
Parke (In. N.E). Near this stone lies the body of Christopher Wilson late of Kendal, who died August XVII MDCCCIV aged LXXIII. also Margaret his wife, daughter of Thomas Parke of the County of York, Esqr. died July IInd MDCCCXI aged LXXXII. (Per Mr. Jennings).
Parkinson (W. flat tomb). In memory of Robert Nicholson of this town, hosier, Who died January 29th 1821 aged 76. Frances his wife died October 24th 1832 aged 82. John his son d. May 26th 1810 aged 36.. Hannah, sister of Robert Nicholson, died February 28th 1837 aged 77 and William his son Who died September . 19th 1842 aged 55, also of Agnes Parkinson, daughter of the above-named Robert and Frances Nicholson who died on the 20th day of July 1849 aged 66y., by Whom this stone was erected.
Parr (Once in Parr chapel, 1628, tomb with figure of knight in armour and his lady kneeling, Whitaker's Richmondshire II 327. Arms I (on knight) ar. 2 bars az. within border sa. (Parr.) II (on lady) 41y 1 & 4 az. 3 stags trippant (Green), 2 & 3 gu. chevron between 3 crosses botony or, on chief lion passant ar. (sic) (Maplethorpe). Pray for the soul of Thomas Par. knight of king's body, Henry the VIII, master of his wardes . . . and . . . sher . . . who deceased the 11th day of November in the 9th years. of the reign of our said sovereign lord at London, in the ...Fryers, as his tomb doth record.
Parr (Formerly in E. window, S. aisle, Parr. chapel, and see Whitaker II. 327) Arma Wil. Par militis. Arms (underneath) 41y, I & 4, 2 bars, crescent for difference (Parr.), 2 & 3, 3 water-bougets. (Ros) (Hill MSS. II. 66 note I & 4 Ros ; 2, fess within border, mullet for difference (Parr) ; 3, ar. 3 chevronels interlaced and chiefor (Fitzhugh).
Parr (Large black marble altar tomb, Parr chapel). Arms in 1888 (on N). I, 41y. I & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Parr (without border) vairy, a fess (Marmion), III Fitzhugh. (On E). IV. 41y 1 & 4 (4 not repeating each coat) 41y I & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Parr ; 2 Fitzhugh ; 3 Marmion. All within Garter, with Motto hony soyt quy maly pense.* * Compare different accounts in Hill MSS. II. 66, Whitaker's Richmondshire 11. 327 and Mr. Nicholson's Annals 51, the last favouring Brus vice Marmion. The latter author notes as upon the (old) ceiling of the Parr Chapel, 5 shields with Arms I. 41y I & 4 Par; 2 & 3, 41y 1& 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe (with cross crosslets). II 41y I &4 Par, 2 & 3 Ros. III I & 4 Par, 2 Fitzhugh (without chief), 3,4ly l & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Brus. IV 4ly 1 & 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe. V Ros. Mr. Bellasis now observes S shields round the (new) ceiling. Arms 1 41y 1 & 4 Par 2 & 3 Ros. II 41y 1 & 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe (with chief or, lion passant gu). III 41y 1 Par, 2 Fitzhugh, 3, vairy, fess gu. (Marmion). 4 Ros IV Par, & on esculcheon of pretence or, on pile gu. between 6 roses ar. 3 roses of 2nd. (Parr. angmentatiou) V. Marmion. VI ar. 2 bars gu. on canton of last, [ion passant or (Lancaster). VII Ros. VIII 41y, 1 Par, 2 Marmion, 3 Fitzhugh, 4 Ros.
Pedder (In. W. floor). Here lie the Remains of Richard Pedder, Upholsterer who d. January 18th 1783 aged 56 years. William his Son died June 24th 1764 aged 6 years. And Catherine his daughter died May 29th 1771, aged 9 years. Ann his Widow died March 25th 1802 aged 80 years. Alice Pedder departed this life Oct. 7th 1824.
Pell (In. W. In I664, N .aisle,Dugdale). Arms, I. sa. 3 pheons ar.,crescent or (for difference). (Dugdale, Norroy, Westmorland Visit: 1664, Coll. Arms C., 39, 2nd cal. lob, notes also), II. the above arms impaling ar. bend between 3 mullets sa. (Pell). III. The same impaling gu. on a fess between 3 fusils or, as many escallops of the field, the whole within border engrailed of 2nd, charged with torteaux. (Heming). To the most Religiovs and Renowned Memory of Sr Avgvstine Nicholls Kt. late of Faxton in Northamptonsheire (herre bvried) who was second son(ne) of Thomas Nicholls of the same Covntye Esqr. He was student of Lawes in the Middle Temple, London; became Reader there in (ye) (the, Dugdale), last yeare of Qveene Elizabeth, of whom he receaved his Writ(t) of Serjeant att the Lawe the Michaellmas Terme immediatly followinge: Afterwards Serjeant to Prince Henry of famovs memory & the (ye, Dugdale) Qveene his mother, Tht:n one of his Maties. Jvstices of his Court of Common Pleas, & keeper of the Great Seale to the most illvstriovs & mighty Prince Charles; who, having labovred in ye Highe & painfvll calling of a most Reverende & jvst Jvdge for the space of fovr(e) yeares, felu vnder the heavy burden of it (heere att Kendall) sitting(e) then Jus- tice of Assize; & comminge to give Judgment upon others by his comfortable & Christian departvre receaved (wee assvredlye beleeve) his jvdgmt : with mercye in the yeare of our Lord 1616 the 3 day of August in the 14th yeare of the Raigne of Ovr Sovereigne Lord Kinge James, & the 57th yeare of his age. (At top). One of the Cardinal Vertves in his name The Fovre to fewe to comprehend his fame. (Right). Which now are bvt his shadowes weake svpporters, More then must be his svbstance trye reporters. (Left). Vertves his proper and pecvliar tombe, Ovtlastinge marble living till dayes dome.* * This distich, of a mutilated inscription, repaired in 1770 and restored so far as it could be in 1815. is now ( 1888) almost illegible. See for further details as to the fate of this monument and its subject, Mr. Nicholson's Annals of Kendal, pp. 64- 6; Letters in Kendal Mercury, 16 Ap., 1801 ; and Hill Memory of SS.11. 63. His reading of the inscription is supplemented by the duplicate Memory of I. at Faxton. The Parish Register gives the burial date as 3 August , the next entry being the 8th, and the immediate previous ones 2nd and 8th. The last word but two i.e. " yeares " has been altered to " Geeres." (Foot). Weake mvse that wovldst disciphere ovtsuch joyes That now are endlesse by fast fadinge toyes. He whom no bribes covld blind, noe terrovr turne ; Noe f'avovr fawne ; no covrse compell from right ; Whome place did nev'r pvffe vpp; nor beavtye bvrne ; Plenty exceed; nor poore oppressewith mighte, Did speake, thinke, find this topp of honovr hye Seal'd in this vrne ; he in his Yeares to dye.
Pennington (E). Here lie the Remains of John Pennington late of Kirkland, Apothecary, who departed this life June 4th 1784 aged 29.
Pennington (In. S). Sacred memory of John Pennington Esqre. late of the 15th Hussars and 44th Regt., who departed this life at Cawnpore in the East Indies, June 6th 1833 aged 4o years. This tablet is erected by his three surviving brothers as a tribute of their sincere affection.
Pennington (N). In Memory of Robert Pennington of Hollings in Hutton-i'th'-Hay, who died October 5th 1849 aged 78. Also of David Fawcett Pennington his son, who died August 30th 1840; aged 27. Also of Ann Fawcett, who died April 15th 1842 aged 87, relict of the late David Fawcett of Kendal, she died at Hollings, Hutton-i'th'-Hay at the house of her son in law Robert Pennington. Also of David Fawcett, husband of the above who died February 5th 1803. Also of Mary, widow of the above Robert Pennington who died on the 4th November 1878 aged 87 y. and was interred at the new cemetery.
Pennington (E. altar tomb) . To the memory of Joseph Masterson, surgeon, who died August 29th 1790 Aged 42. Also of Isabella his Widow who died October 20th 1842 Aged 88 years. Edward Pennington who died July 3d 1794 aged 71. Here also lie the Remains of Ellinor his Wife, who departed this life the 4th day of February . 1802 aged 71.
Penny (E). Here lieth the body of Joseph Penny who died December . 25th 1811 Aged 47. Also of Jane his Wife who died March 23rd 1829 Aged 67. Reader, here mix'd with kindred clay, Our bodies wait the last great day, When hoary Time shall reign no more. When earthly scenes shall all be o'er, And when th' assembled world shall stand To hear th' Eternal King's command ; When, blissful hope, we'll tune our lay With angels bright in endless day. Also of Agnes Sharp, daughter of the above who died 22nd September 1831 Aged 33. Reader Who gazeth on this lettered stone, On this important truth thou mayest rely, To thee both Death and Judgment may be nigh. O let this solemn thought where 'ere (sic) thou art, Find place within and regulate thy heart. Also of William Simpson who died on the 31st of May 1853 Aged 7 years.
Petty (W. altar tomb). This stone was erected in Memory of of William Petty Esquire, Mayor of Kendal, who died the 7th day of February 1793 aged 55 years. and Mary his Wife, who died the 5th day of January 1777 aged 31 years. , and also of Mary their Da. who died an infant. Also John Petty, eldest son of the above named William . Petty, who died Octber. 12th 1829 Aged 63. Also Sarah his wife who died 21st August 1808 Aged 38.
Philipson (In. brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lyes the Body of Mr. Brian Philipson, Tanner, late Alderman of this Town: He departed this life the 25th of January in the years. of our Lord 1725 and of his Age 38. Here also lyes the Body of his Son John.
Philipson (2 brasses on raised tomb, W). 1. Here Lyeth the Body of Mr. William Wilson, Tanner, late Senior Alderman of K. Kendall who departed this life suddenly April 28th in the years. of our Lord 1718, and of his Age 78. Here also lie interred Jane the Wife of the said William Wilson of Kirkland, who died July 20th 1683 and of her age 39. Also three of their Children, viz. Edward died September 13th 1679, Isabell died March 24th 1685. and Jane died May 24th 1717: Also of Jennet, wife of the said Mr. William Wilson who departed this life October 6th 1699, in the 45th years. of her age. Jennet Wilson of Stricklandgate their only daughter died October 7th 1737 in the 44th years. of her age. (2). Under this Stone were likewise Interred the Bodies of Mr. George Wilson, Son of the above said William Wilson who died September the 18th 1742 aged 70. Mary Wife of the abovesaid George Wilson, and daughter of Mr. Bryan Philipson of Hodghi1l, who died June 16th 1734 Aged 53. William Son of the abovesaid George and Mary Wilson who died August 4th 1734 aged 34. (1st inscription 1861, per Mr. Jennings).* * A 3rd plate missing, Mr. Joseph Wilson told Mr. Jennings it used to be loose in the vestry. Jennet Wilson left an endowment for the salary of an organist
Pooley (E. altar tomb). To Memory of Jane Wife of William Pooley in Kirkland, Hosier, who departed this life December the 9th 1792 Aged 75 years. Also Margaret their daughter who died an Infant. William Pooley departed this life April 12, 1800 Aged 84Y.
Pooley (N.W). In memory of Mary Pooley, wife of Matthew Pooley late of Kirkland, who died January 4th 1796 aged 52 years. , also of William Berry Esquire, of Ashmeadow house, senior alderman and justice of the peace for this burgh, who died the 17th March 1833 aged 66 years.
Pooley (E). In memory of Matthew Poo1ey Late of Kirkland, Hosier, who died February 19, 1800, Aged 47.
Postlethwaite (S.E) . In Memory of Thomas Postlethwaite late of this Town, Hosier, who died December . 31, 1799 aged 51 years. Also of Margaret daughter of the above Thomas Postlethwaite who died February . 12th 1837 Aged 56 years.
Postlethwaite (S.E). In memory of William Postlethwaite Late of this Town Who died January 19th 1811 aged 65 years. Also of Ann, his Wife who died April 18th 1828 Aged 72.
Pricket (In. brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lyeth the Body of Allan Pricket, Gentleman, late Town Clerke of the Burrough of K. Kendale who was buryed the 27th Day of December Ano Doni 1675 Being 35 yeares of age.
Rawes (E. paschal lamb). In memory of Rebecca, daughter of John and Mary Rawes who died December . 15th 1834 Aged 23 m. And of Ralph Wilson their Son, who died November . 4th 1827 Aged 22 Weeks. And of Rebecca their daughter Who died April 21st 1836 Aged 10 m. And of Thomas Grant their Son, who died April 14th 1839 Aged 2 years. and 7 m. And of Edward their Son, who died August 13th 1839 Aged 16 m. " Jesus said, suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of God." And of John, Father of the above, Who died March 18th 1840 Aged 37 years.
Rawes (W). Sacred memory of William Rawes who died J an. 25th 1825 aged 17 years. Also of Ann Rawes, Mother of the above, died April 26th 1842 Aged 68 years. Also of William Rawes, Father of the above-named, died Octbr. 21st 1854 Aged 76 years. Also to the memory of Richard Rawes Esquire Late of the H. E.T.C. Service who died at Kendal February . 15th 1845 Aged 60.
Rawlinson (In, N). Hic in proximo situs est Michael Stanford. Erat ornamentum literarum et decus, Veritatis cultor eximius, Fidei propugnator strenuus, EcclesireAnglicanre Hookerus alter, Et Fanaticorummalleus. Et quicquid vel cupiunt vel debentesse Viri Is adeo, omnllaude major, Coelo maturus, Suum ad triumphum evectus est, Quinto Nonas Martij Anno Salutis Reparatre MDCLXXXII° Ætatis Suæ XLVIII° Animarum hic Curæ Xm°. Hoc Willielmus Rawlinsonde Gilthwaite-Rigge Armiger Summus Ei Amicus In memoriam Posuit.
Rawlinson (W. altar tomb). In Memory of Margaret (D. of Isaac and Margaret Rawlinson of Lancaster, Late) wife of Joseph Swainson of (in) Kendal who died 11th (Day of December) December . (A.S.) 1770 aged 20 (y). Surviving but 11 days the Birth of her only Child. Also of Isaac (Lieut. in the 66th Regiment only son of the above said Joseph and Margaret Swainson) their Son, Lieutenant in the 66th Regiment of Foot who died at St. Domingo (the) 31st (day of) March 1796 Aged 26 (y. And) Of Elizabeth, Second Wife of (Alderman) the said Joseph Swain. son who died (d. L. the) 29th (Day of) January 1798 Aged 39 years. Of the said Joseph Swainson who died 23rd May 1825 Aged 85, And Of John Fell Swainson, eldest Son of the above named Joseph & Elizabeth Swainson who died 18th January 1826 Aged 31. (The parts in brackets are variations from an inscription that preceded the present one, which dates from 1825. Mr. Jennings).
Ray (S.E). Sacred memory of George Ray, of Kendal, cabinet-maker, who departed this life January 3d 1842 Aged 72 years. And of Mary, his Widow who died February 18th 1855 Aged 79 years. Also of Mary Ellen, daughter of John Ray, who died July 21st, 1845, Aged 6 years. and 8 m.
Read (W. altar tomb). In memory of John Read of Kendal who died 12th of November 1832 Aged 56 years. All earthly things must pass away, This world's vast scene awaits decay; Thousands in dust forgotten lie, He's wise who lives and learns to die, A husband kind, and friend sincere, Whose hope was Chrtist lies buried here.
Redman (In. brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lyeth the body of Mrs. Catherine Redman, wife of Mr. Christopher Redman, Alderman of K: Kendal, who dyed the 13 day of February Anno Domi 1688. Ætatis Suæ 52.
Reed (W). Batty Reed, 1820.
Remington (In. Bellingham chapel). Reginald Remington 1782, also of Jane his wife 1797, Robert Remington their Son 1791, Reginald Remington 1829.
Remington (In. E). Sacred memory of Reginald Remington of Melling in the County of Lancaster, who died 12th May 1782 aged 55, also of Jane his Wife who died 9 April, 1797 aged 67, also of Robert Remington their Son, Lieut. K. N. who died 20th July 1791, aged 32. Reginald Remington their Son, who died 16th June 1829, aged 76. Arms, party per pale, dexter barry az. and ar. a bend or; sinister ar. a bend chequy or and az. between two roundels. Crest a hand erect, holding a broken tilting spear.
Richardson (In. S). " Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, " Sacred memory of William . Richardson Esqr. who departed this life November . 28th 1809 aged 58, and of Thomasin his widow, the youngest daughter and last surviving descendant of James Dowker Esqre, she died January 4th 1839, aged 81.
Riddle (N. W). In memory of Susannah Riddle, daughter of George and Jane Riddle, who died Septr. 24th 1838 aged 17 years. , also of Agnes her sister who died at Armathwaite, Octr. l0th 1828 aged 2 years. , also of Jane Riddle, mother of the above died 13th Augt. 1846 aged 54 years.
Rigg (W). In memory of Henry Rigg, Innkeeper, who died december 25, 1812 aged 43. O Lord we give our spirits up. and trust them in thine hand ; In hopes our flesh awhile will rest, and rise at thy command.
Rigg (E). Here lieth the body of Robert Rigg, Late of Kendal, Grocer, who died the 24 of April 1753 in the 26th years. of his Age. He was a very Affectionate Husband, a Sincere Friend, his Acquaintance greatly lamented the Loss of him but none more than his Disconsolate Widow by whom as an Instance for the tender Regard she bears to his Memory this Monument is Erected. Also near this Place lieth the Body of Frearson John Rigg, Son of the said Robert: who died April 2 : 1751 Aged 7 years. (Chiefly from Mr, Jennings' 1861 Copy).
Rigg (Board). Donations to the poor for Bread. A.D. 1710 Rowland Wilson Esqr. London, Rent Charge on Grassgarth, Hugill, of £2 12S. od. Annually. 1750 Mr. John Robinson, Lane Foot, Strickland Ketel, Rent charge on Green Rigg Underbarrow of £2 12s. 0d. Annually. 1811 Mrs. Catherine Bordley. Kendal, Interest of £119 2s. 11d. New 3 per cents. 1813 Mr. William Sleddall, Kendal, Interest of £156 7s. 10d. New 3 per cents, 1846 Mrs. Elizabeth Rigg, Manchester, Moiety of Rents of Two Dwelling Houses, Wool Pack Yard. 1852 Reverend George Braithwaite Memory of A. Kendal, Interest of £198 15s. 2d. 3 per cent Consols. 1856 Mr. Christopher Gardner of Kendal, Ironmonger, Interest of £108 5s. 1d. 3 per cent Consols, being a gift to the Poor in commemoration of the Parish Church Restoration.
Robinson (S). In the earth beneath are deposited, in a pious confidence in the mercy of God, the remains of Catharine Robinson ; wife of the Reverend Henry Robinson, Vicar of this Parish, of whose unspeakable sorrow and regret this silent marble is a memorial. She died March XIX, MDCCXCIX aged XXXVIII, he died February XXV, MDCCCVI aged IVIII. Also the remains of the Reverend Henry Robinson their oldest son, Vicar of Otley in the County of York, who died XIV of August MDCCCXXXIV aged XLII years.
Robinson (In. W). Sacred memory of Christopher Robinson, late of Kendal, Maltster, who died March 20th 1834 aged 49 years. , also of Nanny; his widow, who died December 31st 1850 aged 63 years. also of Christopher, their son, who died April 14th 1849 aged 21 years. , also of William, their son, who died May 7th 1850 aged 27 years. , also of Joseph Robinson of Kendal, ironmonger. their son, who died December 15th 1852 aged 28 years. , and who by his will directed that this monument should commemorate the deaths of his beloved relatives above-named.
Robinson (E). Here lieth the Body of Mr. John Robinson late of Crossbank in Kendall. Here Also Lieth the Body of Mrs. Isabel Dodgson, Relict of the said Mr. John Robinson, and Wife of Mr. John Dodgson Alderman, who died January the 11th l739 Aged 63. Here also lie interred the Remains of Mr. John Dodgson, Husband of the said Isabel and late Sen. Alderman of Kendal, who died the 4th of February 1765 Aged 86. And near this Stone are Deposited the Bodies of his two Grand-children, John Aged near twenty years. and Isabel Aged three. (Mostly Mr. Jennings'. 1861 Copy).
Robinson (S). Underneath this Stone are deposited the remains of Jonathan Robinson, Teacher of Mathematics &c in this Town for upwards of 35 years. He died Jan. 9th 1816 Aged 59.
Robinson (W). Here lieth the remains of Joseph Robinson late of this Town who died l. May 10, 1806 in the 46 years. of his age. Also Robert, Son of Robert and Elizabeth Robinson who died May 19th 1816 aged 12. Joseph Robinson died June 17th 1823 aged 7.
Robinson (In. N). To Memory of William Robinson of Kirkland, Tanner, who died the 26th April 1780 Aged 43. Also Margaret his Wife, who died 7th August 1790 Aged 57. And Sarah their daughter , Widow of John Wilkinson who died the 17th January 1793 Aged 19. Also Edward their Son, who died the 19th March 1795, Aged 27.
Robinson (W. altar tomb). Here lie the Remains of William Robinson, Mason, who died the l0th day of March 1781 Aged 61. Margaret his Wife, who died the 13th day of July 1781 Aged 66. And William Robinson their Son who died the 28th of December 1787 Aged 57. Jane Robinson his surviving Widow caused this Tomb to be erected. And William Robinson, her second Husband who died March 22d 1804 Aged 34, And George Craven her Father who died April 12th 1797 Aged 67. And Agnes Craven, his Widow who died April 19th 1821 Aged 93. The above Jane Robinson, died May 11th 1850 Aged 85. And Agnes daughter of the above Jane Robinson, who died August 17th 1852 Aged 64.
Robinson (W. altar tomb). Here lie the Remains of William Scales of Birks in New Hut ton, who died January 15,1771 Aged 66. Also of Elizabeth his widow., who d. April 23, 1804 aged 92. Also of John Robinson of Stricklandgate, Kendal, who died June 2, 1791 Aged 53. Also of Sarah Robinson, Widow of the aforesaid John Robinson, who died December 30th 1811 Aged 73.
Robinson (Board). Donations to the poor for Bread. A.D. 1710 Rowland Wilson Esqr. London, Rent Charge on Grassgarth, Hugill, of £2 12S. od. Annually. 1750 Mr. John Robinson, Lane Foot, Strickland Ketel, Rent charge on Green Rigg Underbarrow of £2 12s. 0d. Annually. 1811 Mrs. Catherine Bordley. Kendal, Interest of £119 2s. 11d. New 3 per cents. 1813 Mr. William Sleddall, Kendal, Interest of £156 7s. 10d. New 3 per cents, 1846 Mrs. Elizabeth Rigg, Manchester, Moiety of Rents of Two Dwelling Houses, Wool Pack Yard. 1852 Reverend George Braithwaite Memory of A. Kendal, Interest of £198 15s. 2d. 3 per cent Consols. 1856 Mr. Christopher Gardner of Kendal, Ironmonger, Interest of £108 5s. 1d. 3 per cent Consols, being a gift to the Poor in commemoration of the Parish Church Restoration.
Romney (In. S. W). To the memory of George Romney, Esquire, The Celebrated Painter: who died at Kendal, the 15 November 1802, in the 68 years. of his age, and was interred at Dalton the place of his birth. So long as Genius and Talents shall be respected his Fame will live.
Ros (Formerly in E. window, S. aisle, Parr. chapel, and see Whitaker II. 327) Arma Wil. Par militis. Arms (underneath) 41y, I & 4, 2 bars, crescent for difference (Parr.), 2 & 3, 3 water-bougets. (Ros) (Hill MSS. II. 66 note I & 4 Ros ; 2, fess within border, mullet for difference (Parr) ; 3, ar. 3 chevronels interlaced and chiefor (Fitzhugh).
Ros (Large black marble altar tomb, Parr chapel). Arms in 1888 (on N). I, 41y. I & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Parr (without border) vairy, a fess (Marmion), III Fitzhugh. (On E). IV. 41y 1 & 4 (4 not repeating each coat) 41y I & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Parr ; 2 Fitzhugh ; 3 Marmion. All within Garter, with Motto hony soyt quy maly pense.* * Compare different accounts in Hill MSS. II. 66, Whitaker's Richmondshire 11. 327 and Mr. Nicholson's Annals 51, the last favouring Brus vice Marmion. The latter author notes as upon the (old) ceiling of the Parr Chapel, 5 shields with Arms I. 41y I & 4 Par; 2 & 3, 41y 1& 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe (with cross crosslets). II 41y I &4 Par, 2 & 3 Ros. III I & 4 Par, 2 Fitzhugh (without chief), 3,4ly l & 4 Ros, 2 & 3 Brus. IV 4ly 1 & 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe. V Ros. Mr. Bellasis now observes S shields round the (new) ceiling. Arms 1 41y 1 & 4 Par 2 & 3 Ros. II 41y 1 & 4 Green, 2 & 3 Maplethorpe (with chief or, lion passant gu). III 41y 1 Par, 2 Fitzhugh, 3, vairy, fess gu. (Marmion). 4 Ros IV Par, & on esculcheon of pretence or, on pile gu. between 6 roses ar. 3 roses of 2nd. (Parr. angmentatiou) V. Marmion. VI ar. 2 bars gu. on canton of last, [ion passant or (Lancaster). VII Ros. VIII 41y, 1 Par, 2 Marmion, 3 Fitzhugh, 4 Ros.
Rose (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Rose 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Rowlandson (W). In memory of Richard Rowlandson, of this town who died September 9th 1819 aged 39 years. , also of Agnes, Betsy, and Mary, children of the above, who died in their infancy, also of Eleanor Rowlandson, Widow of the above died March 4th 1855 aged 73 years.
Rutson (E. altar tomb). Beneath (Underneath) lie the r(R)emains of Alderman Robert Rutson Mayor of Kendal 1751-2 (Robert Rutson, Shearman Dyer) who died (L). the 20th of September . 1760 in the 59th years. (60 y). of his a(A)ge, by whose d(D)eath his w(W)ife lost a kind h(H)usband, his children a tender parent, the c(C)ommunity an honest t(T)radesman, the c(C)orporation of Kendal a w(Worthy m(M)ember. Here also lies the b(B)ody of Margaret his w(W)ife who d. the (the) 2nd d(D)ay of April 1766 aged 61 years. & (61 And) the r(R)emains of Margaret Wilson late w(W)ife of James Wilson s(S)hearman in Kendal. & d(D)a. of the said Robert & Margaret Rutson who died March (the) l0th 1795 in the 69th years. (69 Y). of her age, also the remains of (against end, died January 13th 1837) Agnes d(D)a. of Alexander Carson of Liverpool m(M)erchant. (conclusion of old M .1). & grand-da. of the above James & Margaret Wilson who died January 13th 1837 aged 34 years. * * The variations in brackets refer to the former box-tomb, which made way for the present one some 20 years ago.
Salkeld (W). Here lieth the Body of John Salkeld, Gentleman, Supervisor of the Excise, who departed this life September 9, 1773 Aged 78 years. Also Jane his Wife who died the 16th day of February 1788 Aged 83 years.
Sanders (N.E). In memory of Thomas Sirr, late Guard of the Leeds & Kendal Coach & Innkeeper of this town who died November 11th 1834 aged 61 years. , & of Elizabeth wife of Henry Sanders & daughter of Robert Brooks formerly of the White Hart Inn who died on the 22nd day of August 1843 aged 23 ).
Sandes (In. S. W). Heus Peripatetice. Siste, disce, et (si possis) imitare. En pulchrum, tibi virtutis, Specimen, Eximium, ingenij et laboris, exemplar. Humana, quicquid valuit, solertia ; Quicquid magnum,laudabile, utile, Honesta, potuit assequi, vel efficere, industria, Illud totum, optime valuit, assequutus est, effecit, Prudentia, charitate, diligentia summa; Illud nempe (Quem nec mirari licet, nec satis dolere) Egregius industriae Fautor, Singularis Literarum Patronus, Pauperum perpetuus Pater, Thomas Sandes, Qui, annis satiatis, Cælomaturus, (Charissimae Conjugi heu ! breve nimis superstes) Hinc abijt Vicesimo secundo die Augusti, Anno Salutis humanae MDCLXXXI, Aetatis suae, LXXV. Abijt (inquam) non obijt, nequit enim mori, Dum sit hominibus virtus, aut, virtuti historia. At-at ! Sileat periturum marmor ; Omni dum marmore Perennius, Et vel Memphiticá, diuturnius, Pyramide, Ipse, sibi monumentum, struxit, Gerontocomium. Arms, fess dancette between 3 cross crosslets fitché. (See Preface.)
Sandford (In. brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lyeth the body of Thomas Sandford eldest son to Mr. Ephraim Sandford of K. K. who dyed the 28th of January 1692 being 3 yeares and 7 months olde.
Savage (E). James Savage, Cooper died May 3,1814 aged 62. James his Son died April 29, 1793 aged 4. Elizabeth daughter of Thomas and Peggy Savage departed this life January 30th 1827 aged 8 years. Alice Savage, Relict of James Savage of Kendal, Cooper, died March 18,1830 Aged 79, Also of James Savage, who departed this life August 14th, 1836, Aged 19 years. Peggy Savage died January 3d 1845 aged 56. (per Mr. Jennings).
Scales (W. altar tomb). Here lie the Remains of William Scales of Birks in New Hut ton, who died January 15,1771 Aged 66. Also of Elizabeth his widow., who d. April 23, 1804 aged 92. Also of John Robinson of Stricklandgate, Kendal, who died June 2, 1791 Aged 53. Also of Sarah Robinson, Widow of the aforesaid John Robinson, who died December 30th 1811 Aged 73.
Scales (W. altar tomb). Here Lieth the body of William Tarne late of Birks, in New Hutton, Batchelor; who departed this life on .the 18th of May 1778, in the 44th year of his Age. Here also Lyes the Body of Ellin Scales, widow of Edward Scales; of this Town, and Sister to the abovesaid, Who departed this life the 17th of February 1739 and in the . . 6th of her age. (Brass plate); Here lie the Remains of Mr. Robert Green. late of Kendal, Officer of Excise; who died the 13th day of June 1769 aged 64 years. Here also lie the Remains of Elizabeth His Wife, who departed this life the 24th Day of April 1770 aged 63. (Mr. Jennings).
Scarisbrick (In. N. brass). In memory of Margaret and John Haydn who died A.D. Mdcccxxx and Sarah who died A.D. Mdcccxxix the little children of Thomas Scarisbrick, Organist of this church, and Margaret his Wife. " Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."
Scarisbrick (In. N. brass). In affectionate remembrance of Thomas Scarisbrick. Organist an.d Choir Master of the Parish Church, Kendal, who died February 26th 1869 Aged 63 years. This memorial was erected by the singing men and boys of his choir in testimony of their appreciation of his talents in his profession, their esteem for him as their friend, and their sense of the great loss sustained by them in his death. He was appointed organist in December . 1822 and held the office to the time of his death. T. S. December . 1868. " Come and let us return unto the Lord and he will have mercy upon us and to our God, He vill abundantly pardon." (Set to music in four parts).
Scarisbrick (W). Sacred memory of Ann Eliza Wilson who died October 1st 1833 aged 35 years. , also of Agnes Scott (widow) who died September 18th 1871 aged 79 and of Martha Wilson who died April 20th 1872 aged 72 years. also of Edward Wilson Scott, died January 1860, Agnes Catherine Scott died January 1879, John Scott died in London August 1884, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Scarisbrick, died November 1885, children of the above Agnes Scott.
Schaw (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Schaw 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Scott (E). E. Symonds 1814. Elizabeth Scott 1816, Joice Scott, 1831. (Mr. Jennings).
Sedgwick (In. W. on parchment in frame). Memory of S. Viri vere Generosi, Plurimisque nominibus desideratissimi Georgii Sedgwick. Qui, Omnibus cultioris humanitatis dotibus, abunde ornatus Honorabili died D. Philippo Comiti Penbrochiensi Celeberimæ deinde illius Viduæ Amanuensis sibi Locum meruit; Cujus Familiâ (qua nemo Famulus non floruit) Annis pariter atque opibus auctus (monente munificentissimâ Dominâ Partis fæliciter fruendis Sedem Senectuti suæ comparare) Fundum, huic Municipio vicinum, emit dictum Collinfeild Vbi plus tribus Lustris Singulari in pauperes charitate, Amicitia in proximos, Erga omnes benevolentiá Notis omnibus charus et amabilis vixit, Nec paucioribus flebilis obijt Decimo Die Junij Anno Salutis Humanæ MDCLXXXV. Ætatis suæ LXVII.
Sedgwick (W). Sacred memory of Ann Eliza Wilson who died October 1st 1833 aged 35 years. , also of Agnes Scott (widow) who died September 18th 1871 aged 79 and of Martha Wilson who died April 20th 1872 aged 72 years. also of Edward Wilson Scott, died January 1860, Agnes Catherine Scott died January 1879, John Scott died in London August 1884, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Scarisbrick, died November 1885, children of the above Agnes Scott.
Sewell (S.E). In this place are deposited the remains of Henry Sewell and Emanuel Fothergill, privates in His Majesty's Royal Westmorland Militia, the former died November 3, 1805 Aged 23, the latter died March 13, 1806 Aged 20. The esteem and respect they were held in by their Comrades in the Regiment in which they had the honor to serve, cannot be better proved than by their unaminous consent and contribution to erect this Stone to perpetuate their memory and to express their regret at the loss they have sustained. Friends take these tears, Mortality's relief, And till we share your joys, forgive our grief, These little rites-on Stone-a verse receive, Tis all a comrade, all a Friend can give.
Shaw Here Lieth the Body of James Shaw, Esqr.laite Mayor of Kendal who Died in his Mayoralty, the 16 of May 1739, Aged 51, and also three of his Children Elizabeth, Edmond and Ann. Here also Lie Elizabeth his Wife, who died the 12 of July 1753 Aged 63.0.* (Partly Mr. Jennings' copy.)
Shaw (In. S. aisle E. floor). Here lieth the Body of John Shaw Esqr. late Justice of the Peace for the County of Westmorland, and Magistrate of this Corporation. He departed this life on the 3d Day of May 1782 in the 66th years. of his Age.* * Mr. Shaw was nephew to the celebrated Oriental traveller Dr. Thomas Shaw. His son John built Anchorite's House, and his third son William married Anne da . of Thomas Wybergh, eldest son Alderman John Shaw, of Clifton Hall, by Mary Hilton of Ormside Hall. (Mr. Jennings).
Shaw (E. altar tomb). Here lie the Bodies of Thomas Shaw, Shearman and Agnes his wife, he died January 4, 1695 aged 65. She died March 1720 aged 77. This Monument is erected to their Memory by ye Reverend Thos. Shaw died D. their grand-son. Also Thomas Baldwin who died October 27, 1782 aged 90. Elizabeth his wife died August 17, 1785 aged 90. Thomas their Son died Decr. 18,1787 aged 56. John their Son died February 3, 1788 aged 53. Miles their Son died January 16, 1807 aged 74. Margaret his wife died April 6,1811 aged 74 years. Martha, daughter of Thomas And Elizabeth Baldwin died September . 22, 1813 aged 91. (brass, W. end). In memory of Sarah Cundall who died July 26th 1815 Aged 78 years.
Shaw (W). Thomas Shaw 1819, Jaine Shaw 1827, Thomas Shaw, Junr. 1838, David Shaw 1817, Mary Shaw 1824.
Shepherd (N. W .) In memory of John Shepherd late of Kirkby Ireleth, Lancashire, who died August 1st 1823 Aged 73 years. Also of Agnes his Widow who died May 11th 1825 Aged 71 years. No splendid Monument is necessary to perfect their virtue, they are entombed in the Hearts of their own Family to be effaced only by death. Also of Mary Askew their grand- child who died March 15th 1824 Aged 2 years. and 9 m. In memory of Dorothy Askew who died September . 23d 1852 Aged 65.
Shepherd (In. brass, Bellingham chapel). To Memory of Mrs. Penelope Shepherd, who departed this life the 19th of March 1732, Whose Example this Inscription Recommends to posterity. For under this Stone Lie the Remains of an affectionate Wife, a beneficent Neighbour , a faithful Friend; Who lived esteemed, and died lamented, was Religious in Health, Patient in Sickness, and Resigned in Death. Thomas Shepherd Esqr. dedicates this Inscription To Memory of his beloved Wife And desires it may remain a lasting Monument of his Esteem and Affection. Crest a demi-eagle displayed, issuing from flames. Arms ar. 3 martlets gu. on chief of la.st, 3 martlets of field.
Shepherd (In. brass, Bellingham chapel}. Here Lieth the Remains of Thomas Shepherd, Gent. Who departed this life the 29th of May 1732. He was skilful and active in Business, An affectionate Husband, An indulgent Parent, and a faithful Friend.
Shepherd (E). Here Lyeth the Body of William Shepherd late Malster in Kendal who Died Augt. the 7th 1730 Aged 71. Here also lie the remains of Agnes his Wife who Departed this Life July the 24th 1759 aged 94. Here likewise lie the Remains of Robert Shepherd Son of the above William and Agnes. Shepherd who Died a Batchelor june the 25th 1777 aged 89 Also William Newby, Cordwainer of Kendal who departed this Life January 23rd 1791 aged 52.
Shutt (E). Here lay the remains of Ann Dorothy and Catherine Shutt.
Shutt (E). Here lay the remains of John Shutt with Margaret his wife and their children John, Isabella, and Mary, also Elizabeth.
Simondson (W. altar tomb). To Memory of Agnes Simondson, daughter of William . and Eliz. Simondson who departed this life March 23d 1784 aged 23 years. , And Jane who died an Infant. Also James Haigh late of Manchester who departed this life March 25th 1785 aged 27 years. Likewise the Remains of Alice Wood their oldest (sic) daughter Wife of William . Wood who died October 28th 1787 Aged 31 years. And Elizabeth her daughter are here interred. Walter Simondson died Oct. 10th 1814 Aged 88 years. Marey (sic) his Wife died February 25th 1821 Aged 81.
Simpson (E). In memory of Eleanor, Wife of James Simpson of Kendal, Solicitor, who died 4th September 1807 aged 42. And of their two sons John, died 11 April 1803 aged 4, James died June 18, 1803 aged 2. And of the above James Simpson who died lst Jan. 1815 aged 48. Also in m. John Davison Atkinson, grand-son of the above James and Eleanor Simpson, who died August 12th 1841 Aged 8 years. And of James Masterson Atkinson his brother who died June 10th 1843 Aged 7 years.
Simpson (W). In memory of John Simpson, Kirkland, Who died March 23, 1814 Aged 15 years. N. S. 1829.
Simpson (W). Sacred memory of Richard Simpson late of this town, plasterer, who died March 16th 1832 aged 75 years. , also of Ann his Wife who died December . 14th 1809 aged 41 years. Requiescant In Pace.
Singleton (W). Singleton's.
Sinkinson (N. altar tomb). Sacred memory of James Sinkinson late of this town, wine merchant, b. 19th March 1768, died 7th June 1828, also of Elizabeth his daughter born 8th April 1811, died 2nd July 1812. Ann his daughter born 21st June 1816, died 23rd June 1817. Benjamin his son, born 25th May 1805, died 23rd February 1831, also of Mary Sinkinson wife of the above-named James Sinkinson, born 1st May 1773, died 22nd June 1831, and of James their youngest son, born 15th December 1806, died 15th March 1842.
Sirr (N.E). In memory of Thomas Sirr, late Guard of the Leeds & Kendal Coach & Innkeeper of this town who died November 11th 1834 aged 61 years. , & of Elizabeth wife of Henry Sanders & daughter of Robert Brooks formerly of the White Hart Inn who died on the 22nd day of August 1843 aged 23 ).
Sisson (E). Sacred memory of Joseph Sisson who died November . 30th 1838 aged 75 years. , also of Ann his wife who died February 24th 1848 aged 84 years.
Skaife (E). (Here Lyes the Body of James Leeming of Kendal, Brazier, who departed this life the 13th day of September 1749 and in the 77th years. of his Age. Here lieth the Body of Susannah, Wife of Richard Gaitskell who departed this life the 31st of October 1763 Aged. . . Near this place lieth the Body of John Skaife, who departed this life the 1st Day of April 1771 aged 50. Also Mr. Richard Gaitskell who departed this life the 18th Day of October 1774 Aged 81.) Also of Isabella Skaife, who died October l0th 1810 Aged 85. Also of Isabella Skaife her grand-da. who died January 23d 1794 Aged 5. Also of Rebecca Skaife who died August 11th 1833 Aged 77. (First portion in brackets from Mr. Jennings' copy 1861).
Sleddall (Board). Donations to the poor for Bread. A.D. 1710 Rowland Wilson Esqr. London, Rent Charge on Grassgarth, Hugill, of £2 12S. od. Annually. 1750 Mr. John Robinson, Lane Foot, Strickland Ketel, Rent charge on Green Rigg Underbarrow of £2 12s. 0d. Annually. 1811 Mrs. Catherine Bordley. Kendal, Interest of £119 2s. 11d. New 3 per cents. 1813 Mr. William Sleddall, Kendal, Interest of £156 7s. 10d. New 3 per cents, 1846 Mrs. Elizabeth Rigg, Manchester, Moiety of Rents of Two Dwelling Houses, Wool Pack Yard. 1852 Reverend George Braithwaite Memory of A. Kendal, Interest of £198 15s. 2d. 3 per cent Consols. 1856 Mr. Christopher Gardner of Kendal, Ironmonger, Interest of £108 5s. 1d. 3 per cent Consols, being a gift to the Poor in commemoration of the Parish Church Restoration.
Snart (E). This Stone is placed, in affectionate remembrance of her integrity and attachment during a service of 57 years. , over the remains of Isabel Snart who died at Allithwaite Lodge in the Parish of Cartmel on the 25th of October 1833.
Sowden (Fragments on wall between churchyard and old vicarage court). Here lie the remains or Hannah Wife of William Sowden of (Far) Cross Bank Who departed this life September 22d, 1753 Aged 19 . . . was an affectiunate . . . Also of Mrs. Dorothy Sowden, widow of John Sowden, She. dep . . . June 28, 1741 A . . .
Sowden (S. E). Here lie the Remains of William Sowden late of Town End in Scalthwaiterigg, he died July the 26th 1767 Aged 63, And Mary his Wife who died 23rd December 1787 Aged 63. (T.Jennings)* * This family, who were for several generations woollen manufacturers at Mealbank, were members of the Society of Friends, The last representative, John Watson Sowden, died in 1839 T. Jennings.
Standish (Stricklandchapel, E). Sacred memory of Charles Strickland of Sizergh, who died at Sizergh, October 6th 1770 aged 36y. and of Jarrad Strickland of Kenda1 who d. March 23rd 1795 and of Cæcilia, daughter of William Towneley of Towneley, wife of the above Charles Strickland, and afterwards of Jarrard Strickland, she d. at Sizergh June 28th 1814 aged 73 years. & of Thomas Strickland Standish, son of the above Charles and Cæcilia, Who died at York December 4th 1813, and is buried in Standish Church. Requiescant in pace, in memoriam veneratam parentum communium Thomas atque Jarrarardus Strickland Posuerunt A.D. 1829.
Stanford (In, N). Hic in proximo situs est Michael Stanford. Erat ornamentum literarum et decus, Veritatis cultor eximius, Fidei propugnator strenuus, EcclesireAnglicanre Hookerus alter, Et Fanaticorummalleus. Et quicquid vel cupiunt vel debentesse Viri Is adeo, omnllaude major, Coelo maturus, Suum ad triumphum evectus est, Quinto Nonas Martij Anno Salutis Reparatre MDCLXXXII° Ætatis Suæ XLVIII° Animarum hic Curæ Xm°. Hoc Willielmus Rawlinsonde Gilthwaite-Rigge Armiger Summus Ei Amicus In memoriam Posuit.
Stanley (N.W). sacred memory of John Stanley, son of John Stanley, Carpenter, and Elizabeth his wife, who departed this life Augt. 17th 1830 Aged 22. The remains of this highly respected and much lamented young man are deposited by the side of seven other brothers and sisters Who were all cut off before they arrived at the years of maturity.
Stephenson (E. 3 altar tombs, rail). [1] . Here lieth the Body of Edward Stephenson who departed this life the 9th Day of December 1766 aged 32. [2] . In memory of Elizabeth Stephenson who died May 30th 1786 aged 80. And was interred under the adjoining Tomb also of Robert Stephenson her Son who died April 5, 1803 aged 63. [3] . Here lieth the Body of Robert Stephenson who died L, the 22d Day of December 1776 aged 88 years.
Stewardson (E). Ann Stewardson, 1815.
Stewardson (In. S). In memory of Anne Stewardson who died June l0th 1815, Aged 79 years. Also in m. her son Thomas Stewardson, Portrait Painter to Queen Caroline, B. at Kendal 17th August 1781; died in London 28th August 1859 ; & Buried at Kensal Green, Middlesex, in the Seventy ninth years. of his Age.
Stone (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Stone 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Storey (E). . Memory of William Yeates late of Hood-riding in Old-Hutton, who died the 30th of June 1796 Aged 68, and of Susannah his Widow who died April 15th 1804 Aged 70. Here also lies Interred Susannah, Wife of James Garnett who died Jany. 7th 1838 Aged 69. Also Eleanor, Wife of William Storey who died January 15th 1838 Aged 64.
Strickland (Strickland chapel). Sacred memory of William Philip Strickland Esqr. of Sizergh, Captn. in the 82nd Regt. Who died at St. Domingo, the 18th of September 1795. A Sincere Friend and Affectionate Brother. (Brought hither by Mr. W. C. Strickland, from a barn at Standish).
Strickland (Strickland chapel, window). Arms with lambrequin gu. (?). sa. 3 escallops within border engrailed ar. Crest, over Esquire's helmet, full topped hol1y tree ppr. (and on Scroll) Motto, Sans Mal. A.D. 1863:
Strickland (E. window in 1626 No. 1. Whitaker; Nos..I, 11, & 111 in Strickland Chapel, 1664, Dugdale Coll. Arms C. 39, 2nd Cal. l0b). Arms, 1. 41y. 1 & 4 ar. fess dancette between 8 billets sa.. (Deincourt) ; 2 & 3, sa. 3.escallops ar. (Strickland). II. 41y. 1, Strickland ; 2, Deincourt ; 3, blank; 4, gu. fess ar. (. . . . . . ). 111. gu. garb. or, in chief a fleur de lis of 2nd in crescent ermine between two Esquire's helmets ppr. (Cholmeley).
Strickland (Strickland chapel, altar tomb). Arms, 1. 41y. 1 & 4, fess dancette between 9 billets 4 & 5 (Deincourt). 2 & 3 escallops (Strickland). I I. The same (but not repeating) impa1ing on saltire, mallet pierced (Nevil1e).
Strickland (Strickland chapel, floor). Caecilia Strickland 1814.
Strickland (Stricklandchapel, E). Sacred memory of Charles Strickland of Sizergh, who died at Sizergh, October 6th 1770 aged 36y. and of Jarrad Strickland of Kenda1 who d. March 23rd 1795 and of Cæcilia, daughter of William Towneley of Towneley, wife of the above Charles Strickland, and afterwards of Jarrard Strickland, she d. at Sizergh June 28th 1814 aged 73 years. & of Thomas Strickland Standish, son of the above Charles and Cæcilia, Who died at York December 4th 1813, and is buried in Standish Church. Requiescant in pace, in memoriam veneratam parentum communium Thomas atque Jarrarardus Strickland Posuerunt A.D. 1829.
Strickland (In. brass, N. Bellingham chapel). Nigh to this pillar lies ye Body of Mrs. Frances Strickland, late Wife to Mr. John Strickland of Strickland,† & da. to Edward Backhouse of Morland Esq. She was Born 1690 “ Marry’d 24th June 1708 “ Bury’d 1725 Emblem of Temporal Good, The Day that gave Her Birth & Marr'age saw Her in the Grave Wing'd with its native Love her Soul took flight, To Boundless Regions of Eternal Light. * Round the ceiling of this chapel are 4 shields with Arms, I, & II. Strickland with border (as above). III. 4ly, I & 4 Deincourt; 2 & 3, Strickland. IV. The same (but died and S. not repeated 41y). impaling Neville. On the screen enclosing half the chapel are the Strickland arms with border. †The word Strickland is evidently a contraction of, or an error for Strickland- gate. The "brass" previous to 1850-2 was affixed to the large angular pillar (north) which bounds the chapel. (Mr. Jennings).
Strickland (E). In memory of Betty, wife of John Thompson, of the Lound, Kendal, who died March l0th 1838 aged 60 years. Also of their Eldest daughter Agnes Strickland, who died February 5th 1837 aged 33 years. Also of their daughter Jane who died in infancy.
Stubbs (N. W). In Memory of George Richardson Stubbs eldest son of George & Ann Stubbs of Kendal, born January 25th 1838 died November 1st 1843. Suffer little children to come unto me & forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven. Luke 18 Ch. 16 v.
Suart (W). Sacred memory of Alderman John Suart who in the years. 1794 and 1808 was Mayor of Kendal, his remains were deposited in the grave beneath on the 24th day of October 1819 in the 75th years. of his age.
Swainson (W). John Joseph, son of Joseph and Anne Swainson of Kendal, born 23rd Decr. 1833, died 27th January 1835.
Swainson (W. altar tomb). In Memory of Margaret (D. of Isaac and Margaret Rawlinson of Lancaster, Late) wife of Joseph Swainson of (in) Kendal who died 11th (Day of December) December . (A.S.) 1770 aged 20 (y). Surviving but 11 days the Birth of her only Child. Also of Isaac (Lieut. in the 66th Regiment only son of the above said Joseph and Margaret Swainson) their Son, Lieutenant in the 66th Regiment of Foot who died at St. Domingo (the) 31st (day of) March 1796 Aged 26 (y. And) Of Elizabeth, Second Wife of (Alderman) the said Joseph Swain. son who died (d. L. the) 29th (Day of) January 1798 Aged 39 years. Of the said Joseph Swainson who died 23rd May 1825 Aged 85, And Of John Fell Swainson, eldest Son of the above named Joseph & Elizabeth Swainson who died 18th January 1826 Aged 31. (The parts in brackets are variations from an inscription that preceded the present one, which dates from 1825. Mr. Jennings).
Swale (W. altar tomb). Here lieth the Remains of Thomas Hoggarth, late of Kendal, who died January 9th 1768 Aged 63 years. Also Agnes his Wife who died January 5th, 1788 Aged 80 years. Also Jane their daughter who died July 3d 1745 Aged 3Y. Also George their Son who died in his 19th years. Here also are interred the Remains of John Hoggarth late of Kendal who died January 18th 184 Aged 77 years. Also Barbara his Wife who died April 8th 1815 Aged 67 years. Also Thomas their Son who died April 27th 1787 Aged 9 years. Also in m.John Swale who died at Kendal 9th May 1812 Aged 42 y, much regretted. Ann Swale the beloved Wife of the above d. at Langcliffe Hall February 9th 1859 and is buried at Settle.
Swinburne (In. S. E). Arlns (on lozenge) ar. saltire gu. impaling per fess gu. & ar.3 cinquefoils counterchanged (Swinburne). Here lie the Remains of Isabella Crathorne, Widow of Thomas Crathorne Esquire of Crathorne In the county of York. Though left to deplore the loss Of an affectionate Husband At an age in which time Had scarcely diminished Th' attractions of her person She prefer'd The melancholy pleasure Of bearing his name To every solicitation Which press'd her to a second Union. Those pledges of their love Who lost in infancy A Father's care, When reason began to dawn Beheld in his faithful Relict A Parent Entitled to redoubled affection. A display of her amiable qualities From one Whom Nature had taught to love And mature reflexion to venerate her Might be Suspected Of fond exaggeration. To prevent This injustice to her memory He is silent with respect to her Virtues; And only testifies His sorrows For the loss of so excellent a Mother By his wish That her example May ev! ery day become less rare. She died 7th of april 1789 In the 53d years. of her age. Requiescat in pace. (Mr. Jennings' copy 1861. buried 1789 Ap. 21 Isabella C. of Stramongate, papist.
Symonds (In. floor, chancel). Elizabeth Symonds, Wife of the Reverend . Thomas Symonds A.M. ,Vicar of K. Kendal, Dyed Oct. 9th 1765. Thomas Symonds died D. died Februaly 16th 1789 aged 79. (Mr. Jennings).
Symonds (E). E. Symonds 1814. Elizabeth Scott 1816, Joice Scott, 1831. (Mr. Jennings).
Symonds (In. N). Sacred memory of The Reverend Thomas Symonds died D. who died the 16th Day of February 1789 : having been 45 years. Vicar of this Parish. " Forgive the wish that would have kept thee here." Reader whoe'er Thou art, expect not the florid Epitaph, the Modesty of him whom it should perpetuate forbad: He only wish'd to be remember'd by them.
Symonds (In. N). Sacred memory of The Reverend Thomas Symonds died D. who died the 16th Day of February 1789 : having been 45 years. Vicar of this Parish. " Forgive the wish that would have kept thee here." Reader whoe'er Thou art, expect not the florid Epitaph, the Modesty of him whom it should perpetuate forbad: He only wish'd to be remember'd by the Virtuous few with whom he lived Respected and died lamented. Arms per fess ar. & az. pale counter-changed between 3 trefoils slipped of 1st. Crest, a fox (?).
Symonds (In. N. clerestory Window). The Reverend Thomas Symonds died D. Vic. of this Parish 45 years. died February 16 1789 aged 79. Esther Symonds. widow of Dr. Symonds d. 23 November 1814 aged 73. George Waller Scott her son 4. December 1792 aged 34. Arms, As supra impaling gu. fess checky or & az.between 3 owls. (Mr. Rushforth). .
Sympson (In. N ). Sacred memory of William Sympson 31 years. senior Alderman of this Burgh, & Jane his wife, daughter of Alan Chambre. He died September 18, 1776, aged 78. he died August 4, 1781 aged 83. Sacred memory of Joseph Sympson and Rebecca his wife, daughter of John Miller. Senior Alderman of this Burgh, He died October 31, 1806 aged 76, she died November 21,1781 aged 41.
Sympson (In. W. floor). In Memory of Hannah the wife of Mr. Joseph Symson who died September 7th in the years. of our Lord 1710 and of her age 53. Here also lyes the Body of Mr. Joseph Symson late Senior Alderman of Kendall who departed this life ye 7th of September 1731 in ye 81st years. of his Age. (Chiefly from Mr. .Jennings' copy).
Sympson (In. N. W. floor). In Memory of Mr. Henry Taylor of Lending in the County of Lancaster Gent. who died October 28, 1737 Aged 38 years. And of Sarah his Wife, Da. of Mr. Joseph Sympson of Kendal who died July 6,1738 Aged 44 years. And of Hannah their Da; who died Young. This Stone is inscribed by their affectionate Son John Taylor Esqr. of Abbot Hall.
Symson (In. floor N. W). In Memory of Mr. Simon Moore, Mercer, who departed this life September 9th 1750 aged 52. Also of Elizabeth his Wife, daughter of Mr.Joseph Symson, lderman, who died December 8th 1767 aged 68. Also of Thomas their Son who died an Infant. (Mr. Jennings).† † Symon Son of Thomas Memory of of Stricklandgate. Quaker, bapt. 1 May,1699. A broken slab at Fell-side Sepulchre, records Dorothy daughter of Thomas Memory of mercer, who died 14 September 1707 aet. 16. (Mr. Jennings).
Tarne (W. altar tomb). Here Lieth the body of William Tarne late of Birks, in New Hutton, Batchelor; who departed this life on .the 18th of May 1778, in the 44th year of his Age. Here also Lyes the Body of Ellin Scales, widow of Edward Scales; of this Town, and Sister to the abovesaid, Who departed this life the 17th of February 1739 and in the . . 6th of her age. (Brass plate); Here lie the Remains of Mr. Robert Green. late of Kendal, Officer of Excise; who died the 13th day of June 1769 aged 64 years. Here also lie the Remains of Elizabeth His Wife, who departed this life the 24th Day of April 1770 aged 63. (Mr. Jennings).
Tatham (Bellingham chape!, E). In Memory of Edmund Tatham of Kendal, Surgeon, who departed this life 25th July 1876 in his 80th years. The Rose Window Above was inserted by a few Old Friends in token of their High Appreciation of his Self Denying Kindness of Heart and Sterling Worth. ( Mr. Jennings).
Tatham (N. W. altar tomb). In Memory of Elizabeth Tatham, daughter of Edmund and Hannah Tatham of Kendal who departed this life the 26 day of February 1797 aged 11 Memory of Also of Hannah their third daughter who died June 24th 1819 Aged 16. Also of Georgiana their fifth daughter who died October 21st 1824 Aged. 18. Also of Hannah, Wife of Edmund Tatham who died on the 1st of January 1848 Aged 79. And of Edmund Tatham, surgeon, who died on the 6th of January 1848 Aged 78.
Tayler (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Tayler 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Taylor (N. flat tomb). Skull and Cross Bones. In hopes of a glorious resurrection Resteth the Body of Chr. Taylor of this Town, Mercer & Draper; who departed this life December : 20th : 1825 Aged 39 years. Also Alice Catherine Taylor, da, of Christopher & Catherine Taylor, Aged 1 years. & 8 m. On June 2nd 1843, Mary, Wife of Adam Taylor, Printer, Aged 33 years. , Leaving a Young Family to Lament her Loss.* *Adam Taylor had the verse that followed chiselled away. It is now very indistinct. It ran, Dear wife do not mourn for me For none can lay the blame on thee ; Our joys were few, our cares were less, I'm gone to sing my Maker's bliss. (Mr. Jennings).
Taylor (In. N. W. floor). In Memory of Mr. Henry Taylor of Lending in the County of Lancaster Gent. who died October 28, 1737 Aged 38 years. And of Sarah his Wife, Da. of Mr. Joseph Sympson of Kendal who died July 6,1738 Aged 44 years. And of Hannah their Da; who died Young. This Stone is inscribed by their affectionate Son John Taylor Esqr. of Abbot Hall.
Taylor (In. N). In Memory of John Taylor of Abbot Hall Esquire who died September the 28, 1784 Aged 62 and of Dorothy his wife, who died June the 28, 1801 Aged 63.
Taylor (E). Sacred memory of John Taylor, Late Master of the Blue-coat School, Kendal, who d. March 7th 1827 Aged 54Y., And of Ann; his Wife, who died April 2nd 1810 Aged 37 years. , And of John, their Son, who died February 15th 1837 Aged 31 years. Also of Thomas Willan, their grandson who died April 23rd 1836 Aged 2 m. Also of Ann, the beloved Wife of Thomas Willan, and daughter of the above, who died Sept. 2nd 1847, Aged 49 years.
Taylor (E). Sacred memory of Richard Taylor, late of Bank Head, Bradley Field, who died June 28th 1855 Aged 98 years. Also of Mary his Wife, who died December . 9th 1833 Aged 71 years. Also ofAnn Cragg their daughter who died November . 24th 1826 aged 27 years. Also of Thomas their Son, who died December . 16th. 1846 aged 61 years. Also of Richard Jackson Harrison Taylor their Son, who died February 9th 1848 Aged 52 years.
Taylor (In.clerestory window S). Thomas Taylor gave this Window 1851. Arms ar. chevron engrailed sa. between 3 compasses., (Mr. Rushforth ).
Teasdale (W. altar tomb). In Memory of Hugh Teasdale, who died October 22, 1787 Aged 61, and of Mary, his wife who died April 12, 1776, Aged 50, also of Mary, their Da. who died October 24, 1781 aged 21, Ann, their daughter who died April 2, 1786 Aged 21, Hugh their Son who died July 25, 1790 Aged 19, and James, their Son, who died December 11, 1794, Aged 36, and of the Infant Son of James Teasdale. Also of Jane relict of the above James Teasclale, who died March 14th 1825 Aged 63 years. And of their daus. Mary Teasclale, who died June 26th 1835 Aged 45 y. And Elizabeth, wife of W. C. Brumwell, who died August 21st 1836 Aged 44 years. Also of Jane Eliza infant daughter of W. C. & E. Brumwell, who died February . 1824. Also in m. Francis and Henry, Twin-Sons of James Teasdale, and Jane Brumwell, born June 1st died June 5th and 15th 1855.
Tebay (E). In Memory of James Dixon 1800, Elizabeth Dixon 1820, John Tebay 1820, Elizabeth Dixon Tebay 1825, James Tebay 1840.
Thompson (E). In memory of Betty, wife of John Thompson, of the Lound, Kendal, who died March l0th 1838 aged 60 years. Also of their Eldest daughter Agnes Strickland, who died February 5th 1837 aged 33 years. Also of their daughter Jane who died in infancy.
Thompson (E). Sacred memory of Robert Thompson, late Officer of Excise, who departed this life August 14th 1826 aged 69 years. Also of Sarah his Wife, who died July 30th 1830, Aged 68 years.
Thornburgh (Bellingham chapel E. on pillar). On earth three score a tene years spent| or nighe ther abowts this lyffe changed | Dame Thomasin Thorn bvrgh hence went | heavenlye joyes to joye expected | wiffe to Sir William Thornbvrgh Knyght |whylst on earth he was remaynyng. | Sir Robert Bellingham gentle knyght | hir father was wyth whom ending| she desired sepvlted to be | as here hir corps, hir hope (serving) (Whitaker II. 33Q, & Mr. Nicholson p. 59) Vnder lyeth as yove maye see | hir Spirit wyth the blessed being | the eleventhe of Avgvst she expired | a yeare of Christ on thowsand | fyve hundteth eightie too | (ended adds Whitaker) this world she left (there of not l0th) | almightie God hir sowle receave to hevenly blis she hvmblye craved. Arms, tin tures now, 1888, indistinct). I. erm. fret and chief gu. (Thornburgh) ; II. ar. 2 bars gu. on canton of last cross (flory) of field. (Broughton), III. ar. 2 bars and canton gu. over all bend az. (not ar. Mr. N. p. 59, Coupland). IV. fretty ar. (Harrington), V. ar. 3 bugle horns sa. garnished and stringed gu. (St. George says or) (Bellingham), VI. ar. 3 bendlets gu. on canton of last lion rampant of field (Burneshead). (Coll. Alms, I. C. B. 2nd Cal. 16, i.e. Copy of St. George's 1615 Westmd. Visit).
Threlfall (In. N.W.floor). died Threlfall 1822. E. Briggs, 1842.
Thurlow (In. S). In Memory of Sir John Wilson Knt. One of his Majesty's Justices of the Court of Common Pleas. B. at the Howe, in Applethwaite, 6th of August 1741, D. at Kendal 18th of October 1793. He did not owe his Promotion to the Weight of great Connexions, which he never courted; nor to the Influence of political Parties which he never joined: but to his professional Merit, and the unsolicited Patronage of the Lord Chancellor Thurlow, who, in recommending to his Majesty so profound a Lawyer, and so good a Man, realized the Hopes and Expectations of the whole Bar, gratified the general Wishes of the Country, and did Honour to his own Discernment and Integrity.
Tirer (In. E .floor, brass). Herevnder lyeth ye body of RavlphTirer, late Vicar of Kendall, Batchler of Divinity, who dyed the 4th day of Jvne Ano Dni. 1627. London bredd me, Westminster fedd me, Cambridge sped me, my Sister wed me, Study taught me, Liuing sought me, Learning brought me, Kendall caught me, Labour pressed me, Sicknes distressed me, Death oppressed me, & graue possessed me, God first gave me, Christ did saue me, Earth did crave me, & Heauen would haue me.
Towneley (Stricklandchapel, E). Sacred memory of Charles Strickland of Sizergh, who died at Sizergh, October 6th 1770 aged 36y. and of Jarrad Strickland of Kenda1 who d. March 23rd 1795 and of Cæcilia, daughter of William Towneley of Towneley, wife of the above Charles Strickland, and afterwards of Jarrard Strickland, she d. at Sizergh June 28th 1814 aged 73 years. & of Thomas Strickland Standish, son of the above Charles and Cæcilia, Who died at York December 4th 1813, and is buried in Standish Church. Requiescant in pace, in memoriam veneratam parentum communium Thomas atque Jarrarardus Strickland Posuerunt A.D. 1829.
Townley (S). In memory of James Townley. Late of Manchester who died 30th December 1831 Aged 39 years.
Toxteth (Window S. aisle). In memory of John Yeates, died December . 1847 and Margaretta his Wife died September . 1847, erected by their youngest Son George H. B. Yeates 1865. Arms, I. ar. cross gu. II. ar. fret gu.on chief or, lion passant between 4cross crosslets of 2nd (Brettargh). III. per chevron or & gu. chevron between 3 gates all counterchanged (for Yeates). IV. ar. chevron sa. in chief 3 pellets (Toxteth). V. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6 Yeates, 2 Brettargh, 3 Toxteth, 4 or 2 bars vert (Ackberg), 5 ar. on bend cottised az. 3 mullets or (Ives). VI. Ives. VII. Ackberg. VIII. Yeates, & on escutcheon of pretence 41y. 1 Brettargh, 2 Toxteth, 3 Ackberg, 4 Ives. (Brass under window). This tablet is in affectionate remembrance of George Henry Brettargh Yeates Esquire, of Brettargh Holt, Milnthorpe, who died October 18th, 1875, aged 34 years. and was interred at Heversham October 21st. This was placed in memory of the above by his widow Caroline Beatrice Yeates A.D.1878.
Troughton (In. W. floor) Here Lieth ye Body of Mrs. Agnes Troughton Late Wife of Mr. Miles Troughton who died 6 day of Sepber. in the years. of our Lord 1694, ætatis suæ 80. (Partly Mr. Jennings' copy).
Turner (W. rail). In memory of William Turner late of Castle Mills, who died January 31st 1833, aged 60 years. , also of Sarah his wife, who died July 14th 185l in the 76th y. of her age.
Van (In. N.E). Sacred memory of Thomas Van of Llanwern, Monmouthshire Esqr. who departed this life 27 June 1794 Aged 38.
Vipon (W). In memory of Susan Crosfield, daughter of Thomas and Susan Crosfield of Stricklandgate, Kendal, who died January 4. 1802 Aged 28. Also in m. Robert Vipond who died April 28th 1838 Aged 55. And of Jane Vipond his Wife, Relation to the above named, who died June 28th 1843 Aged 62 Also of Martha Vipond, daughter of Robert and Jane Vipond who died June 5th 1849 Aged 27.
Wade S. removed from against old vestry 1850). In. Memory of Charles Wade who died 17th December 1797 aged 77. Also of Agnes his Wife who died 31st of May 1783 aged 64.
Waide (Previous to re-flagging of the nave &c. in 1849, and near the font and the Yeates stone on N. over the remains of John Waide, Mayor in 1742-3). J.W.* (Mr.Jennings). * Mr. W ., card manufacturer, died 18 March 1766 aged 77, and was interred on the south side of the nave. (Mr. Jennings).
Wakefield (N). Sacred memory of Elizabeth Wakefield, Wife of Roger Wakefield, Highgate, Kendal, who departed this life February 19th 1813 aged67. Also of R. T. A. Wakefield, their Son, who died in H. Memory of S. Vengeur, off Carthagena, on the 3 1st of March 1814 (13 a correction) aged 43, (40, do). This testimony of filial affection to the best of Parents, is erected by her only daughter E. S. Wakefield. Also E. S. Heap, who died November . 28th 1822 Aged 37 years. I. W. Heap died August 9th 1835 aged 18.
Walker (N.W. altar tomb). In Memory of Musgrave Walker Esquire, Late of Workington, Captain in the Cumberland Militia, who died July 13th 1793, Aged 53 years.
Walker (N.E). In memory of John Walker, hosier, Stramongate, Kendal, who departed this life March 1st 1846, aged 73 years. , also of Elizabeth Walker his wife, who departed this life January 18th 1854 aged 83 years.
Waller S. m. Samuel Milton, late of Highgate, linen merchant, he died on the 2lst day of March 1803 aged 73 years. Also of Ann. his wife daughter of Mr. George Waller of Kirkland, late Town Clerk of this Burgh. She died the l8th day of April, l799 aged 77 years. Lucy the youngest daughter of Samuel and Ann Milton, died September l0th 1766 aged 15 years. (Mr. Jennings' copy, 1861).* * This black marble monument on freestone base, and a white marble slab let into the centre, was protected by iron palisades, and stood at the E. of the church against the outer gable of the Bellingham Chapel. Part of the base and all the rails were removed in 1850-2, and on the gable being rebuilt in 1869, the monument fell to pieces. (Mr. Jennings).
Warne (N. W). Sacred memory of David Jackson who died 7th November . 1822 Aged 63. Also of E. A. J. -E. J. -& W. died J. His three Children by Maria his Wife. Also of Elizth. Warne (Mother of the said Maria Jackson) who died 3d October 1826 Aged 90. Also of William Burn her Brother who died Apl. 19, 1822 Aged 88. Also of Maria, Relict of the above David Jackson, who died January 11, 1849 Aged 75. Also of D.J. herNephew who died Apl. 29, 1836 aged 32.
Warren (Above N. W. door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS. 2, 113). S. m. Brevet Major John Ballie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Cart. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, LieutenantLea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. " The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Soldiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly 1 & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V. Westmorland Regiment of Foot. Memory of D.CCCI. to MDCCCXIV. West Indies, St. Domingo, Holland, Bergen- op-Zoom, MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCL East Indies, Coorg, China, Amog Chusan, Chinhai, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, Ching-Keang-Foo. These colours were borne by the LVth Regiment of Foot from Mdccci to MDCCCIV at S. Domingo in the West Indies & at Bergen-op- Zoom in Holland, & from the year MDCCCXXXIV to MDCCCI at the several places in the East Indies & in China which are inscribed on this brass. They were finally deposited in this church May iii, Mdcccl.
Warren 55th Regiment of Foot monument - Kendal (Above N. W.door 1874, now 1888, S. W., N. aisle). (Hill MSS.2, 113). Sacred memory of Brevet Major John BaIlie Rose, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniell Cuddy, Capt. Henry Thomas Butler, Capt. John George Schaw, Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans, Lieutenant Richard John Thorley Stone, Six Serjeants, one Drummer, twelve Corporals, and one hundred and fifty five Private Soldiers, who were killed or died of wounds received in Battle. Brevet Major Hector McCaskill, Captain John Warren, Lieutenant Robert Grigg, Lieutenant William Mansel Tayler, Lieutenant Lea Birch, Assistant Surgeon John James Norris, Nine Serjeants, six Corporals, and two hundred and nineteen Private Soldiers, Who died of Fatigue, Exposure or Disease, Making a total of twelve Officers, Fifteen Serjeants, eighteen Corporals, and three hundred and sixty four Private Soldiers, All of the 55th (Westmoreland) Regiment of Foot, Who fell during the War with Russia In Turkey and the Crimea, in the years 1854-1855. This Monument is erected by their surviving Comrades, of all Ranks, As a testimony of grief for their loss, and of respect for their worth. "The small and great are there." Job iii: 19. In addition to the deaths above recorded, Eighteen Officers, thirty three Serjeants, one Drummer, Seventeen Corporals, and three hundred and Sixty Private Soldiers of the Regiment, were Wounded at various periods during the War, And of these, one Officer, three Serjeants, and Twenty eight Private Sofdiers suffered amputation of Their Limbs. Alma. Inkerman. Sevastopol. (Brass below above) Arms, 4ly I & 4 England, 2 Scotland, 3 Ireland, L. V.
Washington (Bellingham chapel). Memorial.- This is to certify that the Brass Plates to the East of this Inscription were collected from the Floor and Pew doors of this church, during its Restoration in 1851 and 1852, and were carefully preserved and are precisely the same as they were found at the time. In testimony whereof we have caused this Brass plate to be engraved. Joseph Watkins Barnes, vicar of Kendal. William Chaplin, curate; churchwardens, John Mann, churchhusband, Edward Branthwaite, Isaac Edmondson, Joseph Barrow, Robert B. Hunter, Rainforth Hodgson, Samuel Compston, Thomas Busher, Henry Cragg, Thomas Brockelbank, Anthony Nicholson, Joseph Morton, Christopher Birkett, John Washington, Parish clerk.
Webster (W. altar tomb, rail). Francis Webster, late of this town, architect and one of the aldermen of the burgh, born May 1st 1767, died at Eller How, in Cartmel, October l0th 1827.
Webster (N. altar tomb). In memory of James Webster late of Kendal who died at High House, Natland, October lst 1837 aged 73 years. and of Agnes his wife, who died at Kirfitt Hall, Casterton, December 13th 1800, aged 38 years. , also of Jane their da. who died April 20th 1833 aged 36 y and of Eleanor second wife of James Webster, who died at High House, Natland, November 19th 1834 aged 81 years. , also of Elizabeth, daughter of James and Agnes Webster and wife of William Longmire who died 8th August 1851 aged 57 years. , also of Elizabeth Williamina their daughter who died l0th June 1839, aged 10 m.
Webster (In. N. clerestory window). In memory of William Webster who died January 10 1851, and Mary Webster who died November 18th 1850. (Shield with monogram) T.W.
Weston (In. S. clerestory window). Presented to the Church by the Reverend George Fredk. Weston, formerly Curate of this Church, now Vicar of Crosby Ravensworth. (On shield) eagle displayed. (per Mr. Rushforth).
Whinerey (In. clerestory window S). The Gift of Thomas Gough and Samuel Whinerey (2 shields) I, gu. a caduceus. Motto, Medicinæ Literis. 2. az. cross or between 4 saltires &c. Motto, Spes nostra Deus. (Mr. Rushforth).
Whinerey (W. altar tomb). In memory of Agnes, the beloved wife of Samuel Whinerey, who died On the 20th day of January 1839, Aged 41 years. Also of Agnes Adlington Whinerey, daughter of the above who died On the 21st day of September 1849 Aged 22 y.
Whitaker (N. W). Sacred memory of James Whitaker who died January 19th 1841 aged 70 years. , also of John his son who died December 13th 1807 aged 11 m., also of Anne his wife, who died June 14th 1847 aged 68 years.
Whitehead (In. S.W. floor). Robert Whitehead, 1825.
Wilkinson (W). Here lie the Remains of Mr. Thomas Coupland late of Kendal, Maltster, who departed this life the 5th day of December 1771 aged 57 years. This monument is erected by his Widow to be a lasting memorial of her esteem and Affection. His Life was one contind. Scene of Industry, application to Business, and the service of his Friends, which rendered him a truly valuable Man, Near also lie the Remains of Agnes his daughter late Wife of Mr. William Wilkinson of K(endal) Hosier who died the 29th Day of April. . . . in the 27th years. of her age. She was his Wife 8 Y - all living to 1ament the loss of so . . . . a Parent. Also underneath this Stone lie the R(emains) of Elizabeth Coupland, Widow of the . . . . Thomas Coupland who departed this life the 7th July, 1798 Aged 71 years.
Wilkinson (In. N). To Memory of William Robinson of Kirkland, Tanner, who died the 26th April 1780 Aged 43. Also Margaret his Wife, who died 7th August 1790 Aged 57. And Sarah their daughter , Widow of John Wilkinson who died the 17th January 1793 Aged 19. Also Edward their Son, who died the 19th March 1795, Aged 27.
Wilkinson (N). E. Wilkinson 1812. T. Wilkinson, 1808. E. Wilkinson 1825. I. Wilkinson, 1811. N. Wilkinson, 1828. Is. Witton, 1831. A. Wilkinson 1849.
Wilkinson (W). Here lie the Remains of George Wilkinson, Cordwainer, who died the 6th of March 1777 aged 84 years. Here also lie the Remains of Elizabeth Wilkinson his Wife who died the 9th day of December 1781, Aged 71Y.
Wilkinson (N. wall). H. W. 1793, Memory of W. 1807, Memory of W. 1781, John Dawson Wilkinson, Son of James & Jane Wilkinson died February 27th 1819 Aged 3 years. , also of Isabella Wilkinson, B. December . 3d 1820, died February 17th 1823. Henry John Dawson Wilkinson B. December . 3d 1820, died July 26th 1832.
Wilkinson (N. wall). In memory of Henry Wilkinson and of Margaret his wife late of Kendal, who died April 22, 1793, aged 60 years. , she died January 12, 1807 aged 64 years. , also of Mary their daughter who died (May 1)3, 1781 aged 9 years.
Wilkinson (E). Here lie the Remains of Isaac son of James Wilkinson late of Backbarrow, who died I. the 11th day of March 1755 in the 87 years. of his age. (Partly from Mr. Jenning's copy).
Wilkinson (N. wall) . In memory of James Wilkinson, late of Bank House, Kendal, who died October 8th 1837 aged 53 years.
Wilkinson (N). In memory of John Wilkinson, Tanner, late of Kendal, who died January the 9th 1791 Aged 25. Also of Isabella, his daughter who died an Infant Decemr. the 12th 1790. This Tomb was erected by Sarah Wilkinson his Widow.
Wilkinson (W). To the memory of William Wilkinson late of Stramongate, Kendal, Hosier, who died L. October 19, 1790 aged 53 years. Near this Stone a faithful Pair are laid, Who have the common Debt of Nature paid, When living, honest, generous, & kind, A loss to all their Friends they've left behind. Also of Sarah, Wife of Thomas Wilkinson who died February 14th 1830 Aged 63 years. Also of Thomas Wilkinson of Hyneing Cottage (Westmorland) died July 19th 1835 Aged 72Y.
Willan (E). Sacred memory of John Taylor, Late Master of the Blue-coat School, Kendal, who d. March 7th 1827 Aged 54Y., And of Ann; his Wife, who died April 2nd 1810 Aged 37 years. , And of John, their Son, who died February 15th 1837 Aged 31 years. Also of Thomas Willan, their grandson who died April 23rd 1836 Aged 2 m. Also of Ann, the beloved Wife of Thomas Willan, and daughter of the above, who died Sept. 2nd 1847, Aged 49 years.
Williamson (In. W). To the memory of John Williamson late of Natland Beck, Gent. who departed this life February 29, 1760; aged 51. And Mary his wife, daughter of James and Catherine Cowperthwaite of Whitwell, who died August 20, 1784 ; aged 79. Also Stephen their elder son who died an Infant, This Monument was erected by their only surviving son, James Williamson B.D. of Queen's College, Oxford.
Wilson (W. altar tomb). In memory of the late John Atkinson, Memory of D., who died on the sixteenth of March, 1788; also of the late John Wilson, who died on the 4th of April, 1812.
Wilson (N. altar tomb). Near this Place are deposited the Remains of John Atkinson, late of Stricklandgate, Shearman, who died 28th May, 1783, aged 68; also Mary his wife, Who died 1st April, 1790, aged 77 ; and Thomas their youngest Son, Ironmaster, who died at his Brother William.s at Potter Fellside. Their eldest son the Reverend John Atkinson, Rector of Bepton in Sussex, died July 4th, 1784, aged 44. Dorothy, Widow of John Wilson of Strawberry Bank, died the 28th of April, 1823, aged 73.
Wilson (In. Bellingham chapel floor). Here lie the Remains of Elizabeth Wife of Mr.Gilbt. Crackenthorp, Master of the Grammar School in Kendal, daughter of Robt. & Elizabeth Wilson of the Coffee House in Highgate who died the 2d of January 1774 aged 53.
Wilson (In. S.W). In memory of Francis Drinkell Senior alderman of this Burgh Esquire who died September 5th 1787 Aged 76. Also of Frances his wife who died June 9th 1771 aged 65 years. ; she was the daughter of Richard Wilson of Black Hall Esquire. Arms, sa. lion rampant, in chief 3 mullets of six points.
Wilson (In. brass, Bellingham chapel). Here lies the Body of Mr. John Gibson, late of Liverpool, who died the l0th day of December 1728 in the 26th years. of his age. He married Agnes daughter of Mr. George Wilson of Kenda1 by whom he had Issue one Da: called Mary; who died the 23d day of March 1733 in the 7th years. of her age, and lies interred in the same Grave.
Wilson (N.E). Here are deposited the remains of Anthony Sharp late of Stramongate, grocer, who died on the 14th day of July 1840,and of Sarah his wife who died on the 17th day of May 1835, of Robert their only son who died on the 1st day of January 1817 aged 4 years. also of Isabella, the wife of Richard Wilson solr. their only daughter who died on the l0th day of July 1840 aged 33 years. ,
Wilson (W). A. Wilson, 1818.
Wilson (E. urn on pedestal on rail, E. side). Underneath are deposited the mortal remains of Agnes. Wife of Thomas Wilson of Thorns in Underbarrow who departed life February 21st 1820 Aged 40. Also Ann who departed this life October 23rd 1826 Aged 30. And of Thomas Wilson Who died at Thorns June 3rd 1839 Aged 66. (N. side). Beneath this Stone lie the Remains of Margaret the Wife of Smith Wilson who d. the 7 day of August 1812 Aged 33. " Knowing that he which raised up the Lord Jesus shall raise up us also by Jesus and shall present us with you." Henry Wilson died 7th May 1830 Aged 27., and Lomax Isaac Wilson died 30 September 1830 Aged 18. (W. side). In memory of Thomas Wilson Late of Kent Lane, Kendal, Hosier, who died May 29, 1800 aged 57. " He staggers not at the promise of God through unbelief; but was strong in faith giving gloy to God." Also of His Son Smith Wilson, B. January 26, 1771, died May 17, 1826. (See Kendal Chronicle, 20th May, 1826).
Wilson (E). Under this stone lie the remains of Agnes Wilson, of Highgate, Kendal, who departed this life February 19th 1852, in the 84th year of her age. Mary Wilson of Stricklandgate, Kendal, spinster, departed this life on the 22nd day of August 1853 in the 82nd years. of her age, and is interred beneath this stone.
Wilson (In. on a flat stone on the floor of Parr chapel previous to 1850-2). Agnes Wilson 1755.
Wilson (W). Sacred memory of Ann Eliza Wilson who died October 1st 1833 aged 35 years. , also of Agnes Scott (widow) who died September 18th 1871 aged 79 and of Martha Wilson who died April 20th 1872 aged 72 years. also of Edward Wilson Scott, died January 1860, Agnes Catherine Scott died January 1879, John Scott died in London August 1884, Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Scarisbrick, died November 1885, children of the above Agnes Scott.
Wilson (In. N. floor, benches now in the way). Ann Wilson died Oct. 19th 1827 aged 87, Elizabeth Wilson 1833, Ann Wilson 1830, Jane Wilson 1833, Agnes Wilson d. February 4th 1830 aged 69, James Wilson 1818, Jane Wilson 1823, Agnes Wilson 1834, Christopher Wilson, 1850.
Wilson (N. W). Anthony Wilson 18th December . 1812.
Wilson (In. W). In Memory of Mr. Bryan Wilson of Kendal, Surgeon, who died 3 May 1777 Aged 56, And Alice his Wife, daughter . of William Matson of Titeup Esquire, who d. 3 August 1788 Aged 66. Also William their Son who died 15 July 1785 Aged 26.
Wilson (In. E. 1st aisle, N. floor). Christopher Wilson 1804.
Wilson (In. N.E). Near this stone lies the body of Christopher Wilson late of Kendal, who died August XVII MDCCCIV aged LXXIII. also Margaret his wife, daughter of Thomas Parke of the County of York, Esqr. died July IInd MDCCCXI aged LXXXII. (Per Mr. Jennings).
Wilson (In. W). Near this Place lieth the Body of Captain Edward Wilson who died L. 1st January 1781 Aged 67. Here lie the Remains of Isabel Wilson his Wife And Eldest daughter of William Matson of Titeup Esquire who departed this life 4th November 1789 Aged 73. Also Near this Place Lieth James Wilson Their eldest Son who d. L. 6th May 1780 Aged 36. Here also lies interred William Wilson Esqr. Son of the above named Captain Edward Wilson, & Isabel his Wife, who died the 12th Day of July 1811 Aged 64.
Wilson (Brass, vestry floor). Here lyes the Body of Elizabeth the Wife of Mr. Thomas Wilson of this Town, and eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Wilson late of Over-Kellet in the County of Lancaster, who departed this life the 31st of May Anno Domini 1720 & Æatis suæ 30. Here lies the Body of the said Mr. Thomas Wilson Who departed this life the twenty third Day of December 1756, aged 82. (Per Mr. Jennings, copied 1861).
Wilson (In. N. floor). Eleanor Wilson died 28th May 1836.
Wilson (W). To the memory of George Wilson, who died August 30th 1789 aged 43 years. , also of Mary his wife who died November 27th 1772 aged 24 years. , also of John, their only child, who died at Sandys Close, August 3rd 1851 aged 80 years. , and of Elizabeth, his wife who died August 16th 1825 aged 48 years. , and of Mary Gough Wilson their youngest daughter who died January 30th 1854 aged 35.
Wilson (E). In memory of Isaac Wilson, Esquire, Solicitor of this Town, who died January 2nd 1842 aged 53 years. and of Fanny his wife who died March 8th 1848 aged 55 years. , also of Elizabeth Sarah their eldest daughter who died January 4th 1838 aged 19 years. , and of Thomas Henry their youngest son, who died May 13th 1837 aged 2½ years. , also of Edmund Law Isaac Wilson their eldest son, who died at Constantinople, March 31st 1856 aged 23 years. , also of Henrietta their fifth daughter who died at Wolverhampton August 20th 1874. " Jesus said, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me though he were dead, yet shall he live: and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die.". John 11,25, 26.
Wilson (W). Hic jacet J. Wilson quæ obiit 29 Oct, 1799, cujus memoriae hoc monumentum posuit suus amicus. T. Harrison. WILSON. (In. N). Near this place lie the remains of James Wilson Esquire, one of his majesty's justices of the peace for the counties of Westmorland, and Cumberland, who died August XXVI MDCCCVII in the LXVII years. of his age. He was an able and active magistrate, a tender father and sincere friend; his afflicted children, as a small tho' inadequate testimony of their affection to the most indulgent of parents, have erected this monument to his memory.
Wilson (N). James Wilson 1807.
Wilson (In. S). Sacred memory of James Wilson Esquire who departed this life the v. day of May MDCCCXVIII, in the LXXVIII years. of his age, also of Jane his wife, who died on the XXIX day of May MDCCCXXIII in the LXXXI years. of her age.
Wilson (In. S). Sacred memory of The Reverend John Wilson A.M. late one of the senior fellows, and bursar, of Trinity College, Cambridge, Vicar of Gainford in the County of Durham, and Catterick in the County of York, Prebendary of Llandaff. And one of his Majesty's Justices of the peace for this County. He died 12th January 1791 aged 52. Arms, sable, a wolf rampant, in chief 3 mullets or. Crest, a demi wolf rampant ar. Motto, Se sustulit ipse.
Wilson (In. S). In Memory of Sir John Wilson Knt. One of his Majesty's Justices of the Court of Common Pleas. B. at the Howe, in Applethwaite, 6th of August 1741, D. at Kendal 18th of October 1793. He did not owe his Promotion to the Weight of great Connexions, which he never courted; nor to the Influence of political Parties which he never joined: but to his professional Merit, and the unsolicited Patronage of the Lord Chancellor Thurlow, who, in recommending to his Majesty so profound a Lawyer, and so good a Man, realized the Hopes and Expectations of the whole Bar, gratified the general Wishes of the Country, and did Honour to his own Discernment and Integrity.
Wilson (W) Sacred memory of John Wilson, Rope Maker, late of Kendal, who departed this life January 1st 1818 Aged 41. Also of his Niece Mary Miniken who departed this life October 9th 1820 Aged 19. Also of Ann, his Wife, who departed this life September . 13th 1849 Aged 81 years.
Wilson (S.E). Hic Jacet R. Wilson Æt. 1½. qui. Obiit 23 Junii Æt. I½ 1800. H. Wilson Obiit 16 Julii, 1815 Æt. 19. G. Wilson, Chirurgus, Obiit 15 Aprilis 1817 Æt. 53. Anna Wilson, Obiit 28 February 1818 Æt 52.
Wilson (E). Sacred memory of Robert Wilson, whitesmith, who departed this life December . 7th 1841 aged 74 y., also Eleanor his wife, who departed this life March 11th 1846 aged 76 years. Mary their eldest daughter died December . 6th 1818 aged 20 years. Margaret their youngest daughter wife of John Baynes died November . 16th 1836 aged 30 years.
Wilson (Board). Donations to the poor for Bread. A.D. 1710 Rowland Wilson Esqr. London, Rent Charge on Grassgarth, Hugill, of £2 12S. od. Annually. 1750 Mr. John Robinson, Lane Foot, Strickland Ketel, Rent charge on Green Rigg Underbarrow of £2 12s. 0d. Annually. 1811 Mrs. Catherine Bordley. Kendal, Interest of £119 2s. 11d. New 3 per cents. 1813 Mr. William Sleddall, Kendal, Interest of £156 7s. 10d. New 3 per cents, 1846 Mrs. Elizabeth Rigg, Manchester, Moiety of Rents of Two Dwelling Houses, Wool Pack Yard. 1852 Reverend George Braithwaite Memory of A. Kendal, Interest of £198 15s. 2d. 3 per cent Consols. 1856 Mr. Christopher Gardner of Kendal, Ironmonger, Interest of £108 5s. 1d. 3 per cent Consols, being a gift to the Poor in commemoration of the Parish Church Restoration.
Wilson (S). In memory of Susan, the wife of Mr. John Wilson of Netherfield. and third da. of E. H. Grant of this town, Esqre. deceased, who died January 1st 1845 aged 26 years. , also of Susan Margaret, second daughter of the said John and Susan Wilson, who died January 4th 1845 aged 3 weeks.
Wilson (W. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Thomas Wilson late of Strawberry Bank, in Hutton le Hay, who died February 12 1791 Aged 71, and Agnes, his Wife, who died December 26, 1801, Aged 78, also John their son, who died November 4, 1802 Aged 51. Matthew their son, whod. November 9, 1779, Aged 22, and Agnes, their daughter who died an infant. Catharine Wilson, daughter of the above Thomas & Agnes Wilson, died April l0th 1823 Aged 70. And Elizabeth Wilson daughter of the above Thomas & Agnes Wilson died January 28th 1840 Aged 85.
Wilson (E). In memory of Thomas Wilson of Highgate, Tanner, who departed this life January 23d 1788 Aged 54. and of Margaret his Wife who died April 7, 1792 Aged 59. Also Thomas their Son who died an Infant. Also Isaac who died December 13, 1796 Aged 52.
Wilson (W). Here lie the Remains of William Wilson late of Highgate, who departed this life July 15th 1785 aged 26 years. * * Son of Bryan Wilson, surgeon (supra). See Cumberland Pacquet. 19 July, 1185. (Mr. Jennings).
Wilson (2 brasses on raised tomb, W). 1. Here Lyeth the Body of Mr. William Wilson, Tanner, late Senior Alderman of K. Kendall who departed this life suddenly April 28th in the years. of our Lord 1718, and of his Age 78. Here also lie interred Jane the Wife of the said William Wilson of Kirkland, who died July 20th 1683 and of her age 39. Also three of their Children, viz. Edward died September 13th 1679, Isabell died March 24th 1685. and Jane died May 24th 1717: Also of Jennet, wife of the said Mr. William Wilson who departed this life October 6th 1699, in the 45th years. of her age. Jennet Wilson of Stricklandgate their only daughter died October 7th 1737 in the 44th years. of her age. (2). Under this Stone were likewise Interred the Bodies of Mr. George Wilson, Son of the above said William Wilson who died September the 18th 1742 aged 70. Mary Wife of the abovesaid George Wilson, and daughter of Mr. Bryan Philipson of Hodghi1l, who died June 16th 1734 Aged 53. William Son of the abovesaid George and Mary Wilson who died August 4th 1734 aged 34. (1st inscription 1861, per Mr. Jennings).* * A 3rd plate missing, Mr. Joseph Wilson told Mr. Jennings it used to be loose in the vestry. Jennet Wilson left an endowment for the salary of an organist
Wilson (In. W. floor). John Yeates 1811, Mary Yeates 1798, wife of the above-named John- Yeates and daughter of Richard Wilson, of Black Hall, in Kendal, Esquire. George Yeates 1835.
Wilson (N.) To the memory of William Nelson, late of Kirkland who died on the 14th July 1814 aged 85 & Agnes his Wife who died 16th January 1814 Aged 81. Also five of their children viz: Jane who died in London the 7th February 1812 Aged 56, Rowland, who also died in London the 15th July 1797 aged 37, Agnes, who likewise died in London the 4th July 1813 aged 47, William who died the 11th Decr. 1772 aged 2, & Robert who died the 16th March 1786 Aged 10. Likewise Mary, the Wife of Mr. John Nelson & daughter of Titus & Mary Wilson of Kirkland who died in London the 24th Augt. 1811 aged 47. The said Mr. Nelson hath caused this Stone to be erected as a small token of his affectionate love and esteem towards his Parents, Brothers, Sisters, & Wife the 29th September . 1814. (Flag). Sacred memory of Agnes Nelson of Kirkland who departed this life August 6th 1843 in the 50th y. of her age. Rest here distress'd by pain no more, There find the calm you gave so oft. before' Sleep undisturb'd within this peaceful shrine Till angels wake you with a note divine. also Jane Nelson of Kirkland who departed life this life on the 20th of December 1848 aged 77 years. her end was peace.
Winfield (E. sarcophagus, urn and rail). (1.) Sacred memory of Richard Winfield who departed this life the Twenty seventh day of November MDCCCXX Aged Seventy nine years. and of Mary Winfield his Wife who departed this life the Twelfth day of August M DCCCVI Aged Sixty three years. I n grateful remembrance of their affectionate Parents this Monument is Erected by their surviving descendants. (2.) In the Chancel of the adjoining Church are deposited The Remains of Beatrix, Wife of Josias Lambert and daughter of Richard and Mary Winfield who departed this life the Tenth day of November MDCCXCM Aged Twenty Eight years.
Witton (N). E. Wilkinson 1812. T. Wilkinson, 1808. E. Wilkinson 1825. I. Wilkinson, 1811. N. Wilkinson, 1828. Is. Witton, 1831. A. Wilkinson 1849.
Wood (W. altar tomb). To Memory of Agnes Simondson, daughter of William . and Eliz. Simondson who departed this life March 23d 1784 aged 23 years. , And Jane who died an Infant. Also James Haigh late of Manchester who departed this life March 25th 1785 aged 27 years. Likewise the Remains of Alice Wood their oldest (sic) daughter Wife of William . Wood who died October 28th 1787 Aged 31 years. And Elizabeth her daughter are here interred. Walter Simondson died Oct. 10th 1814 Aged 88 years. Marey (sic) his Wife died February 25th 1821 Aged 81.
Wood (W). Elizabeth Wood 1829, daughter of J. C. & Alice Wood. To the memory of Alice, Wife of John Coates Wood, Surgeon in this Town, who died June 23rd 1835 Aged 35 years. Alice Wood Aged 2y. and 9 m., daughter of the above- named, And of John Coates Wood, their Son who died August 22nd 1837 Aged 10 years. John Coates Wood, Surgeon, departed this life August 18th 1843 Aged 40.
Woodburn (S). Here lyeth ye Body of Christopher Woodburn, Cordwainer of Butcher rowes who departed this life the 2(6 of) January 1723 in the 63 years. of his age. (Partly from Mr. Jenning's copy ).
Woodburn (In. Bellingham chapel, E). Here lieth two Sons of Thomas Woodburn's Joyner in Stramangate (Sic) both Georges. The first died in the 4th years. of his Age 1713. The second died in the 16th years. of his Age 1733.
Worrall (W. altar tomb). Arms, 2 1ions rampant in pale, on chief 3 spear heads. Here lies Interr'd Margaret Worrall,Wife of William WorraIl, Ironmonger, Liverpool who departed this life August 5th 1779 in the 25th years. of her Age. Cut off from the fair hopes of future days, Here the fresh Rose its vernial (sic) Beauties lays {sic), Torn from the tender ties which sweeten life, Here sleeps the dutious (sic) child, the faithful Wife, This frail Memorial fond affection gives, For Earth's cold Bosom its best Joys receives.
Yeates (In. S. W. floor). Agnes Yeates 1827. Anthony Yeates 1837. William Yeates, 1819. Richard Yeates, 1827.
Yeates (In. S). Sacred memory of Agnes Yeates, only daughter of John and Mary Yeates of Kirkland, who died November . 25th 1827, in the 77th years. of her age, also of George, fourth son of the above John and Mary Yeates, who died August 21st 1835 aged 86 years. , and of Anthony their eldest son, who died January 31st 1837 aged 93 years. Arms, per chevron or and gu. 3 gates of the first. Crest, out of ducal crown, lamb's head.
Yeates W. altar tomb, original inscription on the stone so as far as decipherable 1876). This (is) the first Monument erected in this Yard And is to the Memory of Anthony Yeates of Hood Riding in Old Hutton who died . . . Agnes. . . . Also Anthony who died 177 . . . . Aged . . . . Mary his Widow died the 19th of . . . Also of Anthony, Margaret and Mary their children. Thomas Yeates Son of the said Anthony and Mary, Ordered this Inscription [brass on stone]. This Monument is the First erected in this Church Yard and is to the memory of Anthony Yeates, of Hood Riding, in Old Hutton, Who died the 21st July 1723 Aged 72, also of Agnes his Widow, Who died the 15th December . 1758 Aged 81, also of Anthony their Son, Who died the 28th October 1775 Aged 75, and Mary his Widow, Who died the 19th March 1787 Aged 85.
Yeates (In. s. W. floor). To the memory of Dorothy Yeates late wife of Thomas Yeates, town clerk of Kendal, who died the 30th day of October 1784 in the 46th years. of her age; George Fell and Mary his wife, her father and mother, and James, William, Edward, and Elizabeth, four of their children, also lie interred here, also of the said Thomas Yeates, who died 16th September 1791 aged 59, and Edward Yeates his son, who died 22nd of September 1790 aged 19. Also of Anthony George, third son of John and Margaretta Yeates ; and great-grand son of the above Thomas Yeates, he died November 25th 1837 aged 7 years.
Yeates (W. altar tomb). To the memory of Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Yeates, of Hutton Yeats in Old Hutton who departed life December 26, 1784. Also of the above Thomas Yeates who departed this life January 13, 1785 in the 74th years. of his age. And of Elizabeth his wife who departed this life April 11, 1799 aged 83 years. Also of Agnes Yeates, daughter of the said Thomas and Elizabeth Yeates, who died January 23, 1807 aged 71 years.
Yeates (In. W. floor). John Yeates 1811, Mary Yeates 1798, wife of the above-named John- Yeates and daughter of Richard Wilson, of Black Hall, in Kendal, Esquire. George Yeates 1835.
Yeates (Window S. aisle). In memory of John Yeates, died December . 1847 and Margaretta his Wife died September . 1847, erected by their youngest Son George H. B. Yeates 1865. Arms, I. ar. cross gu. II. ar. fret gu.on chief or, lion passant between 4cross crosslets of 2nd (Brettargh). III. per chevron or & gu. chevron between 3 gates all counterchanged (for Yeates). IV. ar. chevron sa. in chief 3 pellets (Toxteth). V. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6 Yeates, 2 Brettargh, 3 Toxteth, 4 or 2 bars vert (Ackberg), 5 ar. on bend cottised az. 3 mullets or (Ives). VI. Ives. VII. Ackberg. VIII. Yeates, & on escutcheon of pretence 41y. 1 Brettargh, 2 Toxteth, 3 Ackberg, 4 Ives. (Brass under window). This tablet is in affectionate remembrance of George Henry Brettargh Yeates Esquire, of Brettargh Holt, Milnthorpe, who died October 18th, 1875, aged 34 years. and was interred at Heversham October 21st. This was placed in memory of the above by his widow Caroline Beatrice Yeates A.D.1878.
Yeates (In. S). Sacred memory of John Yeates of Kirkland who died the 2 November 1811 in the 96: years. of hisAge: Also of Mary, his Wife, who died the 8 March 1798 in the 86: Y. of her Age. And of William Yeates their Son, who died the 16th March 1819 aged 73. And of Richard Yeates their Son who died the 1st of March 1827 in his 80th years. Arms, Yeates . impaling sa. griffin segreant in chief 3 mullets.
Yeates (E). . Memory of William Yeates late of Hood-riding in Old-Hutton, who died the 30th of June 1796 Aged 68, and of Susannah his Widow who died April 15th 1804 Aged 70. Here also lies Interred Susannah, Wife of James Garnett who died Jany. 7th 1838 Aged 69. Also Eleanor, Wife of William Storey who died January 15th 1838 Aged 64.
Yeates (N. wall). In memory of Jane Matthews who died December . 1st 1835 aged 77. She was for 56 years. a faithful servant in the family of the Yeates's of Kirkland; for honest worth she had few equals.