Grasmere

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Airey (N). † To the memory of James Airey Who was for many years. Parish Clerk and Post-Master and previously School-Master of Grasmere, Who died June 18th 1864 aged 60 years. This Stone is erected by the Inhabitants in token of their respect and regard. Also of Sarah, Widow of the above who died April 24th 1868 Aged 65 years.
Allinson (N). In memory of John Allinson Late of Under Holm, Grasmere, Who d; l. the 19th of March 1831 Aged 76 years. Also of Mary his Wife who departed this life at Ambleside on the 15th of May 1834 aged 75 years. And of John Allinson, Grand Son of the above Who departed this life at Ambleside on the l0th of August 1848 aged 21 years. and 9 Memory of Also of John Allinson, Father of the above last named John, who departed this life at Ambleside on the 6th of July 1852 Aged 59 years. Also of Ann Wife of the above John AIlinson who died March 16th 1876 Aged 89 years.
Ambrose (In. W. board). Charities, Edward Partridge of Grasmere and other benevolent Persons gave the sum of £50 the Interest thereof to be distributed on St. Thomas' Day amongst the Poor of this Township who do not receive parochial Relief. 1680. The Reverend . John Ambrose B.D. Rector of Grasmere gave the Sum of £50 the Interest thereof to be paid towards the Maintenance of a Schoolmaster in this Township. 1680. Anthony Dawson of Grasmere gave the Sum of £7 the Interest thereof to be. used towards the Support of a Schoolmaster in this Township. 1796. William Waters of Thornhow gave £80, the Interest from which to be used for the Benefit of the Schoolmaster of this Township. 1807. William and Elend (?) Waters gave £200, the Interest arising therefrom to be distributed every Lady day among the Poor or this Township who do not receive parochial Relief.
Angehr (N). † Sacred memory of Franz Alois Angehr, who died August 14th 1864 aged 54 years.
Armstrong (Card and glass). In L. Memory of Hannah, the beloved daughter of John and Hannah Armstrong Who died on April 9th, 1886 aged six years.
Astonham (N). † Sacred memory of John Tyson of Brummerhead and Easdale who died 9th February 1870 aged 72 years. Also Ann his wife who died 3rd Augt. 1869 aged 63 years. Also Sarah their daughter who died 4th February 1833 aged 6 years. and was interred at Pateleybridge, Yorkshire. Also Jane Astonham who died 19th December . 1868 aged 39 years.
Atkinson (S). Sacred memory of James Atkinson of Rydal, who died November l0th 1800 aged 55 years. also of Nancy Atkinson his wife of Loughrigg, died October 31st 1837 aged 94 y. and of Ann their daughter died September 25th 1852 aged 76 years.
Backhouse (N). In In. James Backhouse of Rydal who died September . Ist 1866 aged 93 years. Also of Mally his wife, who died January 16th 1854 aged 80 years. And of their daurs Jane Clark who died September . 2nd 1854 aged 46 years. and Mary Dornan who died Sepr. 6th 1854 aged 50 years. Also of John Backhouse their son, who died May 3rd 1867 aged 70 years.
Barber (N. two flat tombs, rails). 1. Here lie the remains of Agnes Sutton late Servant of Samuel Barber of Cottage in Grasmere. She departed this life the 15th day of October 1812 Aged 68. 2. S. Barber Esq. died 6th March 1832.
Barkworth (E). Sacred memory of Julia Anne, infant daughter of Alfred and. Julia Anne Barkworth of Tranby Lodge, Ambleside who died October 9. 1853 Aged 17 days.
Barlow (N). Sacred memory of James Barlow who died 19th March 1862.
Berkenhout (Floor N. aisle). Here lyeth the Body of James Berkenhout o f Ambleside Esquire who (d.) L. the 29th (d)ay of May 1805 Aged 71 years.
Binstead (N. cross). i. h. s. Charles Henry Binstead "fell asleep " 18th December 1871 aged 36. (Cross at foot). "in Thy Presence is fulness of joy. "
Broadley (N. 2 crosses and stone edging). 1. In memory of Henriette third daughter of the late J. Broadley Esq., of South Ella, E. R. Yorkshire, B. Oct. 3st 1812, died April 26th 1871, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord. Also of Charlotte, fourth daughter of John Broadley Esq.. born January 4th 1814, died Oct. 26th 1879 at St. Michael's Nook, Grasmere, rejoicing in hope, patient in tribulation. 2. In m. Anne Elizabeth Sykes, eldest daughter of John Broadley esq. of South Ella & widow of Joseph Sykes of Raywell, E. R. Yorkshire, born July 3rd 1810 at Butharlyp House. Grasmere, died May lst. 1878. "Blessed are those servants whom the Lord when he comes shall find watching."
Brotherton (Chancel E. hatchment of widow). Arms of Fleming with Badge of Ulster, thereon inescultcheon 41y 1. Fleming; 2. Howard; 3. Brotherton; .4. Warren (i.e. Sir Daniel Fleming Bart and Anne Frederica Elizabeth his wife, nee le Fleming).
Brotherton (In. hatchment). Arms of Fleming with Ulster's Badge, thereon inescutcheon 41y. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton ; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray (i.e. Sir Michael le Fleming and Dinah his wife, nee Howard.* * –––– Fixed aloft A faded hatchment hung, and one by time Yet undiscoloured. Excursion, Book v.
Brotherton (In. hatchment). Crest and Arms of Fleming, with helmet and Ulster’s Badge. Motto: Resurgam. On inescutcheon 41y grand quarters. 1. and 4. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray; 2. and 3. 1. and 4. or.. chief. sa 3. escallops of field; 2. and 3. or., fess checky ar. and az. in chief, chevron gu. (Grahme. Coll. Arms: C. 39 2nd cal. 21, i.e. Graham of Netherby).
Brown (N. 4 tomb stones within stone edging). 1. (cross) "He giveth his beloved sleep." In memory of Edward Brown son of the late Edward and Jane Brown of Grasmere, who died September 13th 1884 aged 39 years. 2. I.H.S. In memory of Jane widow of Edward Brown late of the Prince of Wales Lake Hotel, Grasmere who departed life June l0th 1869 aged 52. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord." 3. (cross) "My help cometh of God." In memory of Edward Brown, late of the Prince of Wales Lake Hotel, Grasmere who died November 17th 1865 aged 54 years. 4. "Thy will be done" In Memory of Mary Brown, daughter of Edward and Jane Brown of Grasmere who departed life January 31st 1861 aged 18 years.
Brown (S). Sacred memory of Roger Fleming of Ambleside who died the 4th day of June 1855 aged 53 years. also of Dorothy wife of John Fleming and daughter of the above who died at Rock Ferry January 25th 1856 aged 25 years. and was interred in St. James's Cemetery, Liverpool, also of Elizabeth wife of John Brown, innkeeper, Ambleside, and daughter of the above who . departed life the 17th day of June 1856, aged 30 years.
Brydges (In. S). In the burial ground of this church are deposited the remains of Jemima Anne Deborah, second daughter of Sir Egerton Brydges of Denton Court, Kent, Bart., she departed this life at Ivy Cottage Rydal, May 25th 1822 aged 28 years. This monument is erected by her husband Edward Quillinan. These vales ,were saddened with no common gloom When good Jemima perished in her bloom, When, such the awful will of heaven, she died By flames breathed on her from her own fire-side. On earth we dimly see, and but in part, We know yet faith sustains the sorrowing heart, And she, the pure, the patient, and the meek, Might have fit epitaph could feelings speak, If words could tell and monuments record How treasures lost are inwardly deplored, No name by grief's fond eloquence adorned More than Jemima's would be praised and mourned, The tender virtues of her blameless life, Bright in the daughter, brighter in the wife, And in the cheerful mother brightest shone, That light hath passed away, the will of God be done.
Burton (In N. urn). To the memory of Edward Burton Esqr. who departed this life March 7th A.D. 1834 aged 26. This tablet is erected by his affectionate and afflicted widow. Flos ante diem flebilis occidit.
Carlyle (S. cross). 1n m. Robert Carlyle of Kirkallows, Grasmere, born October 21st 1800, died May28th 1874. In cruce salus.
Carr (E). In memory of Ann Dorcas, wife of Thomas Carr of Hill Top, Ambleside, and eldest daughter of Vincent and Elizabeth Dowling of Kentish Town who died on the 17th of January 1837. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, from henceforth, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours, and their works do follow them. " Also of Thomas Carr of Hill Top, who departed this life October 20th 1856 aged 61 years. "Blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed." St. John 20th chap. 20 verse. A.D.C. 1837.
Carter (N). In memory of John Carter of Loughrigg Holme, Ambleside, who died 28th January 1863 aged 67 years. He was the confidential clerk and much valued friend of the late William Wordsworth Esqre. Poet Laureate, of Rydal Mount, with whose family he was conected by mutual ties of gratitude and sincere affection for a period of fifty years.
Clark (N). In In. James Backhouse of Rydal who died September . Ist 1866 aged 93 years. Also of Mally his wife, who died January 16th 1854 aged 80 years. And of their daurs Jane Clark who died September . 2nd 1854 aged 46 years. and Mary Dornan who died Sepr. 6th 1854 aged 50 years. Also of John Backhouse their son, who died May 3rd 1867 aged 70 years.
Clough (E). In memory of Anne Clough, A Native of Pontefract, Yorkshire, And the Widow of James Butler Clough of Liverpool. She died at Eller How, Ambleside, On the 12th of June 1860, Aged 65 years. Through many a scene of weal and woe, Her changeful life was passed, But ever did her heart o'erflow, With love e'en to the last ! She poured it on a chosen few Who now can but deplore The fond affection they have lost, And know on earth no more. But trustfully and yearningly They look to heaven above, Ah ! .lives not there, now free from care Their lost one's faithful love? "Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was and the spirit shall return to God who gave it." (Flat stone). In memory of Arthur Hugh Clough sometime Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, the beloved son of James Butler and Anne Clough, This remembrance in his own country is placed on his Mother's grave by those to whom life was made happy by his presence and his love. He is buried in the Swiss Cemetery at Florence, where he died November . 13th 1861, aged 42. Now, dearest, that thy brows are cold. We see thee what thou art, and know Thy likeness to the wise below, Thy kindred with the great of old.
Cole (E). To the memory of John Hartley who died at Brigham near Keswick November . 26th 1848 Aged 73. Also of Agnes his Wife who died at Braithwaite July 5th 1842 Aged 67. Also of George and Sarah Green, (Parents of the above Agnes), who perished in the snow on Langdale Fell, March 19th 1808. George Green, aged 66, Sarah Green, aged 43. Christ our salvation. Also of Jane, Wife of Wilson Cole & daughter of John & Agnes Hartley who died 25th August 1879 Aged 63 years.
Coleridge (E. cross with crown of thorns at centre). By thy Cross and Passion, Good Lord, deliver us. Hartley Coleridge, born September xixth A.D. mdccxcvi, deceased January vith A.D. mdcccxlix. The stones which mark the grave of Hartley Coleridge, eldest son of Samuel Taylor Coleridge were erected by his surviving brother and sister towards the close of the year mdcccl.
Cookson (E. within stone edging). 1. In memory of Elizabeth Cookson of How Foot, Grasmere, who died November 5th 1868 In the 94th years. of her age, widow of Thomas Cookson, of Kendal, who died October 20th 1833 aged 62 at Ramsey, Isle of Man. 2. In memory of Sarah Cookson who died September 4th 1875 "My Lord and my God." (On foot stone) "I am the resurrection and the life. Where I am there shall also my servant be."
Cookson (N). In Memory of Isabella The Beloved wife of Thomas Cookson of Dale End, Grasmere, died January 28th 1878 Aged 68 years. Thomas Cookson died March 14th 1880 Aged 69Y. Also Their Children, Edward Aged 5 years. Isabella Aged 12 years. "Thy will be done."
Coward (N). Sacred memory of Jeremiah Coward, Skelwith Bridge, who died January 12th 1871 Aged 81 years. And of Agnes the Beloved Wife of Jeremiah Coward, Skelwith Bridge, who died on the 4th Day of February 1856 Aged 66 years. Also of John,eldest Son of the above, who died September . 22nd 1858 Aged 44Y.
Coward (S). To the memory of Dorothy Fleming late of Spring Cottage, Loughrigg who died 12th Novr. 1834 aged 61 years. When the last hour of life draws nigh, And Mercy summons us on high, We'll think of thee and learn to die, Our Mother. Also of Thomas Fleming her Husband who died February 4th 1840 aged 77
Cririe (E). Eliza Cririe died at Rydal Seper. 21st 1858, Aged 71 years.
Dalston (Chanel E. brass). Barbaræ Fleming Henrici Fletcher de Hutton in Comitatu Cumbriæ Barotti et Katharinæ uxoris ejus (filiæ primogenitæ Georgii Dalston de Dalston in eodem Comitata Equitis aurati) filiæ natu maximae, et Danielis Fleming de Rydall in Comitatu Westmorelandiæ Armigeri amantissimæ amabil(l)issimæ fidelissimæque Conjugi, in ipso aetatis flore morte immaturâ praereptae ; quæ ob. faeli(ci)cissimam Indolem, insignem Pietatem, ingentem Charitatem, singularem Modestiam, summam Probitatem, generosam Hospitalitatem, vigilantem bonæ parentis curam, Moresque suavissimos, magnum .sui apud omnes desiderium relinquens; Corpus humo, Amorem Sponso et Amicis, Benedictionem quatuor decem liberis, (decem nempe Pueris, ac quatuor Puellis,) Coeloque Animam legavit; Monumentum hoc, Amoris & Mocroris perpetuum testem. charissimus posuit Maritus. Nata est apud Hutton xxv Julij An. Dni, mdcxxxiv. Nupta ibidem xxvii. August A. Dni. mdclv. Confirmata apud Witherslack xxii Junij mdclxxi. Mortua apud Rydall (de xvta prole) xiii Apr. mdclxxv. Sepulta in hoc Templo xiv Apr, A.D. mdclxxv. Lector, (omitted by N. and B. 1. 171), Si Lugere nescias (quod praestat) Aemulare.
Dawson (In. W. board). Charities, Edward Partridge of Grasmere and other benevolent Persons gave the sum of £50 the Interest thereof to be distributed on St. Thomas' Day amongst the Poor of this Township who do not receive parochial Relief. 1680. The Reverend . John Ambrose B.D. Rector of Grasmere gave the Sum of £50 the Interest thereof to be paid towards the Maintenance of a Schoolmaster in this Township. 1680. Anthony Dawson of Grasmere gave the Sum of £7 the Interest thereof to be. used towards the Support of a Schoolmaster in this Township. 1796. William Waters of Thornhow gave £80, the Interest from which to be used for the Benefit of the Schoolmaster of this Township. 1807. William and Elend (?) Waters gave £200, the Interest arising therefrom to be distributed every Lady day among the Poor or this Township who do not receive parochial Relief.
Dewhurst (E. urn Olt large square pedestal). Stranger, whoe'er thou art, If chance hath led thee to this lonely spot, or stealing pensively from pleasure's path, Thou lov'st to linger in these haunts of silence. Pause at this sacred shrine ; Here, 'neath this stone rests the cold dust of one whose ardent virtues and superior charms >From every mortal drew the meed of praise, In love and admiration. In Spring's bright morn of life While yet the rose blush flourished on her cheek, While hope's bland accents harmonized her soul, she drooped and languished, ungenial frost nipped the sweet bud as fresh and fair it grew, Sepulchering all its blossom; seven mournful Months she pressed the couch of death, The pale consumption changed her beauteous form, Corrosive mining all her strength within, (Drained) her warm heart (and bent) her to the gra(ve). Coat and Seal, London. (Parts in brackets, now ilegible, taken from local journal). (On the urn). To m, Louisa Ann the wife of James Wrigley Lewes and only daughter of John Clark Langmead Esquire and Louisa his wife of (Pl)ymouth, born 13th (faint ? 15) June 1790, and died 24th May 1812. (Round base of urn). Erected by T. died of Lancaster, her unknown friend, May 1847 (i.e. Thomas Dewhurst, Agent for the Traders Go.) (On separate stone W). Louisa Ann Lewes.
Dixon (N). In affectionate remembrance of James Dixon, born 19th July 1799, died 4th April 1878. He was for thirty three years. the faithful servant of Mr. and Mrs. Wordsworth of Rydal Mount and for upwards of half a century the much valued friend of their family.
Dixon (N. card and glass). In affectionate remembrance of Kate tbe beloved daughter of William & Ann Dixon of Grasmere who died July 1st 1885 Aged 16Y. Interred at St. Oswald's July5th.
Dixon (E). Beneath are Interred the mortal remains of Miles Dixon of Beckhouses in this valley who died on the 29th of June 1843 Aged 61. The uniform integrity of his conduct has induced one who appreciated his worth to erect this memorial. Also of Mary, widow of the above who died October 3rd 1875 aged 88 years. Also of William Dixon, Son of the above, who died April 9th 1874 aged 58 years.
Dixon (N). In affectionate remembrance of Sarah, daughter of Edward and. Margaret Dixon, died November 4th 1876 aged 27 years. Also of Margaret Dixon, died March 4th 1863 aged 12 years.
Dornan (N). In In. James Backhouse of Rydal who died September . Ist 1866 aged 93 years. Also of Mally his wife, who died January 16th 1854 aged 80 years. And of their daurs Jane Clark who died September . 2nd 1854 aged 46 years. and Mary Dornan who died Sepr. 6th 1854 aged 50 years. Also of John Backhouse their son, who died May 3rd 1867 aged 70 years.
Dowling (E). In memory of Ann Dorcas, wife of Thomas Carr of Hill Top, Ambleside, and eldest daughter of Vincent and Elizabeth Dowling of Kentish Town who died on the 17th of January 1837. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, from henceforth, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours, and their works do follow them. " Also of Thomas Carr of Hill Top, who departed this life October 20th 1856 aged 61 years. "Blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed." St. John 20th chap. 20 verse. A.D.C. 1837.
Dowling (E). In memory of Elizabeth Dowling who died on the 28th of July 1836 aged 76 years. "An humble and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise." (With foot stone).
Dowling (E). In memory of Jane Martha Dowling of Ambleside third daughter of Vincent and Elizabeth Dowling of Kentish Town who died on the 24th day of February 1851 aged 56. "As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten." J .M. died
Dowling (E). To Memory of Mary Dowling who departed this life on the 1st of March 1830 in the fortieth years. of her Age. {with foot stone).
Dowling (In. W. board). Charities, A.D. 1812, Mrs. Dorothy Knott of Ambleside gave the Sum of £100 the Interest from which to be applied to the Education of five Children .(of poor but industrious Parents) at Grasmere School. 1847, Vincent G. Dowling Esq. (whose Mother and Sisters have been interred in the Churchyard of this Parish) gave the sum of £10 towards the further Endowment of the Parochial School. 1852, John Watson of Winterseeds in Grasmere, Yeoman, Gave £100, the interest from which to be applied towards the Schooling of such Children of the Poor in the Township as the School Trustees shall annually choose.
Farquhar (E. rail). In memory of Maria Townsend Farquhar died 27th August 1875, aged 82 years.
Fell (E). Beneath are deposited the mortal remains of Frances Irton , daughter of the Reverend . S. Irton Fell & Maria his Wife, Who died at Ambleside, 3rd April 1853 Aged 3 years.
Fleming (Chancel S). Arms: Fleming, (and also in window, nave S., formerly E. window over the altar and N. and B. 1. 164 note Kirkby &c. See p. 221).* * ––––An heraldic shield Varying its tincture with the changeful,light, Imbued the altar-window. Excursion, Book v.
Fleming (In. chancel S. hatchment). Crest of Fleming, rms of Fleming (i.e. gu fret ar.) Motto: Pax copia sapientia.
Fleming (S). In memory of Annie the beloved daughter of John & Matilda Fleming who died at Grasmere June 15th 1868 aged 2 years. & 8 m.
Fleming (In. S. urn). In memory of three Sisters whose Remains are here interred Mrs. Barbara Fleming of Cowmire Hall departed this life the 17th of November 1781 aged 81 years. Mrs. Anne Fleming died September , 2nd 1763 aged 61 years. Mrs. Isabel Fleming, died May 4th 1777 aged 73 years. These Ladies passed thro' Life much respected by their acquaintance and died in hopes of an happy Resurrection.
Fleming (Chanel E. brass). Barbaræ Fleming Henrici Fletcher de Hutton in Comitatu Cumbriæ Barotti et Katharinæ uxoris ejus (filiæ primogenitæ Georgii Dalston de Dalston in eodem Comitata Equitis aurati) filiæ natu maximae, et Danielis Fleming de Rydall in Comitatu Westmorelandiæ Armigeri amantissimæ amabil(l)issimæ fidelissimæque Conjugi, in ipso aetatis flore morte immaturâ praereptae ; quæ ob. faeli(ci)cissimam Indolem, insignem Pietatem, ingentem Charitatem, singularem Modestiam, summam Probitatem, generosam Hospitalitatem, vigilantem bonæ parentis curam, Moresque suavissimos, magnum .sui apud omnes desiderium relinquens; Corpus humo, Amorem Sponso et Amicis, Benedictionem quatuor decem liberis, (decem nempe Pueris, ac quatuor Puellis,) Coeloque Animam legavit; Monumentum hoc, Amoris & Mocroris perpetuum testem. charissimus posuit Maritus. Nata est apud Hutton xxv Julij An. Dni, mdcxxxiv. Nupta ibidem xxvii. August A. Dni. mdclv. Confirmata apud Witherslack xxii Junij mdclxxi. Mortua apud Rydall (de xvta prole) xiii Apr. mdclxxv. Sepulta in hoc Templo xiv Apr, A.D. mdclxxv. Lector, (omitted by N. and B. 1. 171), Si Lugere nescias (quod praestat) Aemulare.
Fleming (Chancel N). Memory of S. died Danielis Fleming Equitis Aur. Qui Aula Lancastre.nsium Regiomontana (Vulgo Coningston Hall) Patris et Proavorum Sede antiqua, Natus Julii. Die 24° A.D. mdcxxxiii, Inter deflendis Gentis Patriæ Miserias, Hoc unicum habuit Ætatis juvenilioris Solamen Quod In Uxorem duxerat Barbaram died Hen. Fletcher, Filiam Plurimis Amoris Pignoribus Undecem Filiis, Quatuorque Filiabus Charissimam Redeunti Anglorum Astreæ A.D. mdclx Faces Praetulit, Primus Cumbriæ Vicecomes, In Ordinem merito receptus Equestrem A.D. mdclxxxi. In Senatorium mdclxxxv. Tandem Magistratum simul incorruptum Animamque immaculatam dimisit Mar. 25, A.D. mdcci Ætatis suæ lxvii In beatam Cujus Memoriam Monumentum hoc Filius posuit Quintus, Reverendus admodum in Christo Pater Georgius Fleming Baronattus (sic) Episcopus Carliolensis.
Fleming (S). To the memory of Dorothy Fleming late of Spring Cottage, Loughrigg who died 12th Novr. 1834 aged 61 years. When the last hour of life draws nigh, And Mercy summons us on high, We'll think of thee and learn to die, Our Mother. Also of Thomas Fleming her Husband who died February 4th 1840 aged 77
Fleming (N). In loving memory Edward Fleming who died November 12th 1880 aged 32 years. "Thy will be done."
Fleming (E). Sacred memory of Eleanor Fleming who died September 1st 1838 aged 44 years. Also of John Fleming of Under How, Grasmere, husband of the above who died April 17th 1847 aged 90 years.
Fleming (E). Sacred memory of Ellen Fleming, infant daughter of John and Hannah Fleming, Under Cragg, Grasmere, who died May 21st 1853 aged 2 years. Also of Hannah Fleming wife of John Fleming who died January 2nd, 1855 aged 36 years. and of John Fleming, Husband of Hannah Fleming who died June 5th 1856 aged 31 years.
Fleming (Oblong glass E. window with Arms of Fleming impaling Kirkby, also other coats,A.D. 1777. N. and B. p. 164). Deo trino et uni Sacrum, Secundum Christi Redemptoris Adventum hoc templo expectat Gulielmus Fleming Armiger, Qui pie in ChriEto expiravit Conistoniae et quicquid mortale habuit hic deposuit 25° Mai. Anno Epochre Christianæ mdcliii.
Fleming Chancel E., brass, formerly on floor). Memoriæ Sacrum Gvilielmi Fleming de Conistone Armigeri Qui qvicqvid mortale habvit deposvit A.D.9 Calendas Jvnij, Anno Ærae Christianæ CIôIôCLIII. Ætat svæ 44. In eodem tumulo uná jacent cineres ipsivs & aviae | Sic, | Hæc capit Vrna duos, aurem natumq: sepulchrum | Iungit idem; viuos junxerat unus amor, | Vincula non soluit uitæ mors Matris afui | Vnde oritur, cineres filius inde redit | Sic cinis es genitor; cineres sed fama superstes | Chara mihi in tumulo nescia mortis erit | Justis tibi numerus non fas est soluere Justa | Sic quæ non linguæ est soluere, soluet amor. | Hæc amoris et observantiae | ergo posuit Daniell Fleming filivs et hæres.
Fleming (N). In memory of Isaac Fleming, Rose Cottage, Grasmere, who died September 21st 1862 aged 40 years.
Fleming (E). In memory of John son of John & Hannah Fleming of Under How Grasmere, who d. March 19th 1870 aged 21 years. I bid the world a glad farewell I have done with suffering now And never more one passing grief Shall shade my peaceful brow. LE FLEMING, HOWARD, SUFFOLK,-& BERKSHIRE, FLEMNG, URSWICK, LANCASTER, HUDDLESTON, PEELE, MILLUM, FENWICK, STAPYLTON, BRUS, FITZALAN, MALTRAVERS, INGHGAM, DE LA POLE, CHAUCER. (In. chancel S). To the memory of Sir Michael Le F1eming, fourth Baronet, M,P., of Ryall Hall, Westmorland, born l0th December I748, died I9th May 1806, also of his wife Lady Diana only child of Thomas Howard, 14th Earl of Suffolk & Berkshire, who died 20th June 1816, and of their only child Ann Frederica EIizabeth, relict of Sir Daniel Fleming fifth Baronet, died at Rydal Hall 5th April 1861 aged 77. Crest of Fleming: a serpent nowed holding wreath of vine & olives all ppr. Arms and Quarterings of Fleming, with Badge of Ulster. Motto: Pax copia sapientia. 41y of 15. 1 & 15. gu. fret ar. (Fleming); 2. ar. on bend sa. 3 fusils of field each charged with saltire gu. (Urswick); 3. ar. 2 bars gu. on canton of last lion passant or (Lancaster); 4. gu. fretty ar. (Huddlestone); 5. ar. bend between 2 mullets sa. (Peele); 6. ar. chevron betw. 3 bull's heads cabossed sa. (MilIum); 7. per fess gu. & ar. 6 martlets 3 & 3 counterchanged, (Fenwick); 8. ar. lion rampant sa. (Stapylton); 9. ar. lion rampant az. (Brus); 10. barry of 8 or & gu (? or. 3 bars gu. Fitzalan); 11. sa. fret or. (Maltravers); 12. per pale or. & vert cross moline gu. (Ingham); 13. az. fess betw. 3 leopard's heads or. (De la Pole); 14. per pale ar. & gu. bend counterchanged (Chaucer). (N. and B. 1. 173-4, name 5,6, and 9 as Millum, Boyvell, and Fauconberge).
Fleming (Chancel E. hatchment of widow). Arms of Fleming with Badge of Ulster, thereon inescultcheon 41y 1. Fleming; 2. Howard; 3. Brotherton; .4. Warren (i.e. Sir Daniel Fleming Bart and Anne Frederica Elizabeth his wife, nee le Fleming).
Fleming (In. hatchment). Arms of Fleming with Ulster's Badge, thereon inescutcheon 41y. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton ; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray (i.e. Sir Michael le Fleming and Dinah his wife, nee Howard.* * –––– Fixed aloft A faded hatchment hung, and one by time Yet undiscoloured. Excursion, Book v.
Fleming (In. hatchment). Crest and Arms of Fleming, with helmet and Ulster’s Badge. Motto: Resurgam. On inescutcheon 41y grand quarters. 1. and 4. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray; 2. and 3. 1. and 4. or.. chief. sa 3. escallops of field; 2. and 3. or., fess checky ar. and az. in chief, chevron gu. (Grahme. Coll. Arms: C. 39 2nd cal. 21, i.e. Graham of Netherby).
Fleming (E). In Memory of the Reverend . Sir Richard Fleming Bart. Memory of A. Rector of this Parish and of Windermere who died April 3rd 1857 Aged 65 years.
Fleming In memory of Lancelot Fleming late of Loughrigg who died 11th July 1852 Aged 75 years.
Fleming (S). Sacred memory of Roger Fleming of Ambleside who died the 4th day of June 1855 aged 53 years. also of Dorothy wife of John Fleming and daughter of the above who died at Rock Ferry January 25th 1856 aged 25 years. and was interred in St. James's Cemetery, Liverpool, also of Elizabeth wife of John Brown, innkeeper, Ambleside, and daughter of the above who . departed life the 17th day of June 1856, aged 30 years.
Fleming (N. card and glass). In affectionate remembrance of George Kirkby, the beloved son of William & Isabella Kirkby of Liverpool, who died at the house of James Fleming, Knothouse, Grasmere, on April 15th, 1885 Aged 9 years. and 8 Memory of and was interred at St. Oswald's Church, Grasmere, April 18th.
Fletcher (Chanel E. brass). Barbaræ Fleming Henrici Fletcher de Hutton in Comitatu Cumbriæ Barotti et Katharinæ uxoris ejus (filiæ primogenitæ Georgii Dalston de Dalston in eodem Comitata Equitis aurati) filiæ natu maximae, et Danielis Fleming de Rydall in Comitatu Westmorelandiæ Armigeri amantissimæ amabil(l)issimæ fidelissimæque Conjugi, in ipso aetatis flore morte immaturâ praereptae ; quæ ob. faeli(ci)cissimam Indolem, insignem Pietatem, ingentem Charitatem, singularem Modestiam, summam Probitatem, generosam Hospitalitatem, vigilantem bonæ parentis curam, Moresque suavissimos, magnum .sui apud omnes desiderium relinquens; Corpus humo, Amorem Sponso et Amicis, Benedictionem quatuor decem liberis, (decem nempe Pueris, ac quatuor Puellis,) Coeloque Animam legavit; Monumentum hoc, Amoris & Mocroris perpetuum testem. charissimus posuit Maritus. Nata est apud Hutton xxv Julij An. Dni, mdcxxxiv. Nupta ibidem xxvii. August A. Dni. mdclv. Confirmata apud Witherslack xxii Junij mdclxxi. Mortua apud Rydall (de xvta prole) xiii Apr. mdclxxv. Sepulta in hoc Templo xiv Apr, A.D. mdclxxv. Lector, (omitted by N. and B. 1. 171), Si Lugere nescias (quod praestat) Aemulare.
Fletcher (Chancel N). Memory of S. died Danielis Fleming Equitis Aur. Qui Aula Lancastre.nsium Regiomontana (Vulgo Coningston Hall) Patris et Proavorum Sede antiqua, Natus Julii. Die 24° A.D. mdcxxxiii, Inter deflendis Gentis Patriæ Miserias, Hoc unicum habuit Ætatis juvenilioris Solamen Quod In Uxorem duxerat Barbaram died Hen. Fletcher, Filiam Plurimis Amoris Pignoribus Undecem Filiis, Quatuorque Filiabus Charissimam Redeunti Anglorum Astreæ A.D. mdclx Faces Praetulit, Primus Cumbriæ Vicecomes, In Ordinem merito receptus Equestrem A.D. mdclxxxi. In Senatorium mdclxxxv. Tandem Magistratum simul incorruptum Animamque immaculatam dimisit Mar. 25, A.D. mdcci Ætatis suæ lxvii In beatam Cujus Memoriam Monumentum hoc Filius posuit Quintus, Reverendus admodum in Christo Pater Georgius Fleming Baronattus (sic) Episcopus Carliolensis.
Fletcher (N). Sacred memory of Elizabeth, Wife of Archibald Fletcher Esqr. Advocate, Edinburgh. She was born on the 15th of January 1770, and died on the 5th of February 1858. "When the ear heard her, it blessed her. When the eye saw her it gave witness to her." Job. "If we love one another God dwelleth in us, and his love is perfected in us." John 1st Ep. S. also to the memory of Mary, youngest daughter of the above and Widow of Sir John Richardson. She was born May l0th 1802. She died October 17th 1880.
Fletcher (In. centre wall S. medallion). Sacred memory of Elizabeth wife of the late Archibald Fletcher Esqre. advocate of Edinburgh. She was born on the 15th of January 1770, and died at Lancrigg in this parish on the 5th of February 1858, "her children arise up and call her blessed. " Proverbs c xxxi. v. 28.f
Fletcher (E). Sacred memory of John Fletcher, Yeoman, of Townhead, Grasmere, who departed this life the 25th Day of January 1854 Aged 82 years. Also of Mary his Wife who departed this life May lst 1865 Aged 77 years.
Fothergill (N. cross). In loving memory Merrick Hannay, second son uf George and Ada Joan Fothergill, Who died 13th Oct, 1884, at Allan Bank, Grasmere, Aged 16 m. " Gentle Jesus meek and mild Look upon a little child."
Gibson (E. a cross alid law stane rail. On scroll). Thy will be done. In memory of Jane Elizabeth, widow of Charles Gibson of Quernmore Park, Lancashire Esquire, who died on September xx, mdccclxii aged lxv.
Gillbanks (N. with paschal lamb). In memory of Margaret the beloved wile of Juhn Gillbanks, West Head, Wythburn, who died April 9th 1853 aged 59 years. also of Joseph their son who died November 18th 1856 aged 32 years. "Take ye heed, watch and pray for ye know not when the time is." St, Mark xiii 23.
Gillbanks (N). In memory of Mary .the beloved wife of John Gillbanks, late of Dungeon Gill, who died August 4th 1869 aged 63 years.
Graham (In. hatchment). Crest and Arms of Fleming, with helmet and Ulster’s Badge. Motto: Resurgam. On inescutcheon 41y grand quarters. 1. and 4. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray; 2. and 3. 1. and 4. or.. chief. sa 3. escallops of field; 2. and 3. or., fess checky ar. and az. in chief, chevron gu. (Grahme. Coll. Arms: C. 39 2nd cal. 21, i.e. Graham of Netherby).
Green (N). In.m. Frances, Wife of The Reverend Isaac Green. She departed this life February 20th 1835 aged 31. And of Mary Anne their daughter who died October 21st 1832 aged 3 years.
Green (N). i. h. s. In affectionate remembrance of Harriet wife of J. Fleming Green uf Grasmere who d. April 22nd 1881 aged 56 years.
Green (N). † In memory of Harry, eldest son of Joseph Fleming and Harriette Green Moss Head, Grasmere, who died at Elterwater October 5th 1864 aged 5 years. and5 m.
Green (N). In loving memory The Reverend Isaac Green Memory of A. of Queen's College, Cambridge, 38 y. second master of the Sedbergh Grammar School and 38 years. Incumbent of Hoogil. B. at Grasmere February 1st 1804, died at Sedbergh September . 25th 1875. Also of Caroline Bella his second wife, daughter of Julius C. Ibbetson (this e. also o.) of Masham, landscape painter, born at Troutbeck December . 15th 1804, died at Sedbergh November . 5th 1865. Also of Caroline their eldest daughter , who was interred at Alton, Hants, born May 14th 1837, died September . 24th 1859.
Green (N). In memory of Janet wife of Daniel Green, Grasmere, and eldest daughter of the late Alexander and Margaret Proudfoot of Manor, Peebleshire, who died at Grasmere 26th May 1864 aged 44 years. Also of the above Daniel Green third son of the late John Green of Pavement End who died at Elterwater on the 11th Octr. 1870 aged 51 years.
Green (N). In memory of John Green of Grasmere, who died July 16th 1839 aged 80, and of Mally his Wife, who died September 1st 1838 aged 70. Also of Joseph their third Son who died March 9th 1821 aged 26, of Daniel their fourth Son, Memory of A. of Catherine Hall, Cambridge, Perpetual Curate of Langdale, who died May 4th 1829 aged 31. And of Margaret their only daughter who died May 13th 1802 aged 1 years.
Green (N). In memory of John Green of Pavement End, Grasmere, who died December 29th 1863 Aged 74 years. And of Betty his wife, who died March 2nd 1862 Aged 69 years. Also of William their fifth son, who died November 1823, Aged 2 Weeks, Of Isaac their seventh son who died October 1831, Also Aged 2 Weeks, Also of their son Edwin who died at Kendal 14th November . 1870 Aged 37 years.
Green (N). In memory of John Green, died September 15th 1884 aged 68 years.
Green (N). In memory of John Smithells Green of Grasmere who died at Sedbergh September . 29th 1863 Aged 15 years. Also of his sister Eliza Green who died at Grasmere 22nd June 1865 Aged 12 years. Also his sister Margaret Florence Green who died at Saint Bees 29th March 1871 Aged 16 years.
Green (N). In loving memory Thomas Green, Memory of B, who died April 26th 1876 aged 54. "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God."
Green (E). The Burial Place of William . Green. William Son of William and Ann Green was born August 17, 1810 and died February 7. 1813 Aged 2 years. and 5 Memory of
Green (E). Sacred memory of William Green the last 23 years. of whose life were passed in this neighbourhood, where by his Skill and Industry as an Artist he produced faithful representations of the Country and lasting memorials of its more perishable features. He was born at Manchester and died at Ambleside on the 29th dav of April 1823 in the 63 years. of his Age, deeply lamented by a numerous Family and universally respected. His afflicted Widow caused this Stone to be erected.
Green (E). To the memory of John Hartley who died at Brigham near Keswick November . 26th 1848 Aged 73. Also of Agnes his Wife who died at Braithwaite July 5th 1842 Aged 67. Also of George and Sarah Green, (Parents of the above Agnes), who perished in the snow on Langdale Fell, March 19th 1808. George Green, aged 66, Sarah Green, aged 43. Christ our salvation. Also of Jane, Wife of Wilson Cole & daughter of John & Agnes Hartley who died 25th August 1879 Aged 63 years.
Greenwood (E). Sacred memory of James Greenwood of the Wyke, Who died 2nd May 1845 aged 57 years. also of Ann Greenwood, who died 12th May 1852 aged 62 years. also of Richard Jones son of the above who died at Liverpool l0th September 1842 aged 17 years. Vita ut herba. J. G. A. G.
Greenwood (In. S). † In loving memory James Frederick Greenwood, Lieutt. 16th Madras inftry late of the Royal Warwickshire Regt., killed in action on Sunday the 21st November . 1886 nr. Gwebin, Upper Burmah, where he now rests, aged 27 years. Faithful unto death, Dauntless thou facest the foe as they aim at thy breast, Three bullets pierce thy heart, calmly thou sink est to rest, And thy bright spirit by death triumphant o'er death Heavenward ascendeth. God is love.
Greenwood (E). In memory of Mrs. Mary Greenwood, formerly of Rochdale, who died at the Wyke April 11,1838 aged 75 years. Memory of G.
Greenwood (E). Sacred memory of Sarah Anne, wife of James Yeates Greenwood, of the Wyke, who d. February 5th 1854 aged 31 years. S. A. G.
Halton (E. stone edging). I. H. S. In memory of Isabella, wife of John Prince Halton F.R.C.S. of Wood Close, Grasmere, who died November 20, 1871 aged 72. Also of the above named John Prince Halton F.R.C.S. who died January 27 1873 aged 75.
Harrison (E. cross). Sacred memory of John Wordsworth Faber Harrison son of Benson and Dorothy Harrison of Green Bank, Ambleside, born September 25th 1835, died October 8th 1849.
Harrison (E). In memory of Thomas Harrison of Gill Foot Grasmere, who died May 14th, 1876 aged 76 years. also Jane his beloved wife who died April 24th 1879 aged 80 years. , also of Anne their daughter who died June 30th 1849 aged 5 years. and 10 m.
Hartley (E). To the memory of John Hartley who died at Brigham near Keswick November . 26th 1848 Aged 73. Also of Agnes his Wife who died at Braithwaite July 5th 1842 Aged 67. Also of George and Sarah Green, (Parents of the above Agnes), who perished in the snow on Langdale Fell, March 19th 1808. George Green, aged 66, Sarah Green, aged 43. Christ our salvation. Also of Jane, Wife of Wilson Cole & daughter of John & Agnes Hartley who died 25th August 1879 Aged 63 years.
Heelis (With low stone edging). In memory of Mary daughter of Stephen and .Ann Heelis of Manchester and of Forest Side in this Parish, who died the 12th day of June 1856, Aged 15 years. Also of the said Ann Heells who died April 4th, 1858 Aged 53 y. Also of Thomas Second son of the said Stephen and Ann Heelis who died the 10th day of November 1867 Aged 33 years. Also of the said Stephen Heelis who died August 26th. 1871 Aged 69 years.
Hodgson (E). Sacred memory of Robert Hodgson who died in the faith and hope of our blessed Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ, on the 27th July 1862 Aged 77 .Y. Also of Ann the beloved wife of the above Who died December 2nd 1864 Aged 76 years. Weep not for me, my Children dear, I am not dead but sleepeth here, It is your fate my grave to see Prepare yourselves to follow me. "The Lord gave & the Lord hath taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord."
Holme (E. altar tomb). Near this place Lie the Remains of Jonathan Holme, late of Thornyhow, and of Mabel his wife and also of Jonathan their Son. And underneath lie the Remains of John Holme their eldest Son, late of the same place Batchelor who departed this life September 28th 1777 Aetatis (3 or 5). (The first number queried in 1887 as anothers).
Holmes (N). To the memory of Hannah Holmes, who died at Rydal Hall June 5th 1859 aged 57 years.
Howard (Chancel E. hatchment of widow). Arms of Fleming with Badge of Ulster, thereon inescultcheon 41y 1. Fleming; 2. Howard; 3. Brotherton; .4. Warren (i.e. Sir Daniel Fleming Bart and Anne Frederica Elizabeth his wife, nee le Fleming).
Howard (In. hatchment). Arms of Fleming with Ulster's Badge, thereon inescutcheon 41y. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton ; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray (i.e. Sir Michael le Fleming and Dinah his wife, nee Howard.* * –––– Fixed aloft A faded hatchment hung, and one by time Yet undiscoloured. Excursion, Book v.
Howard (In. hatchment). Crest and Arms of Fleming, with helmet and Ulster’s Badge. Motto: Resurgam. On inescutcheon 41y grand quarters. 1. and 4. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray; 2. and 3. 1. and 4. or.. chief. sa 3. escallops of field; 2. and 3. or., fess checky ar. and az. in chief, chevron gu. (Grahme. Coll. Arms: C. 39 2nd cal. 21, i.e. Graham of Netherby).
Huddleston (S. altar tomb). David Huddlestone late of Elterwater Hall, died 27th October 1831, aged 65 years. David his eldest. Son died 31st March
Huddleston (S. altar tomb). 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. Also of Sarah his daughter who died 23rd May 1850 Aged 58 years. Also of John, Son of the above John Huddleston who died at Kendal l0th November . 1857 Aged 26 years. Also of David, Son of the above John Huddleston who died at Kendal 18th November . 1863 Aged 35 years. And Also In I. R. William third son and Grandson of the above, later of Elterwater and of Kirkby near Liverpool who died in his 52d years. December . 13th 1880.
Hull (N. column and cross). Thou Lord hast made me glad through Thy Works † William Hull, artist, who fell asleep 15 March 1880 aged 59.
Hutchinson (N). In memory of Mary Widow of Thomas H utchinson formerly of Brinsop Court, Herefordshire. She died at Grasmere November 17th 1858 Aged 71 years. "The Lord shall give his people peace " Psalm 29 v. 11. "Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might," Ecless. iv. 10.
Hutchinson (E. within rail, nine head-stones, two flat stones, and seven foot stones, with yew tree hard by, planted in 1817). 1. Here lie the Remains of Catharine daughter of William & Mary Wordsworth. She was born September 6th 1808 and died June 4th 1812. "Suffer the little Children to come unto me and forbid them not for of Such is the Kingdom of God." C. W. 2. Here lieth the Body of Thomas the Son of William & Mary Wordsworth. He died on the lst of December A.D. 1812. Six months to six years added He remain'd Upon this sinful earth by sin unstain'd, O blessed Lord, whose mercy then remov'd A Child whom every eye that look'd on lov'd, Support us; teach us calmly to resign What we possess'd and now is wholly thine. T. W. 3. In memory of William, infant son of William & Fanny Wordsworth, born July 13th and died at Carlisle October 5th 1851. "He shall gather the lambs with his arm and shall carry them in his bosom." Isaiah, c. 4, v. ii. 4. William Wordsworth, 1883. 5. Dorothy Wordsworth, 1855. 6. (Flat tomb). Near the Graves of two young Children, removed from a family to which through Life she was devoted, Here lies the body of Sarah Hutchinson, The beloved Sister and faithful Friend of Mourners who have caused this Stone to be erected with an earnest wish that their own Remains may be laid by her side, and a humble hope that through Christ they may together be made Partakers of the same blessed Resurrection. She was born at Penrith 1st January 1775, and died at Rydal 23rd June 1835, In Fulfilment of that Wish are now gathered near her the Remains of William Wordsworth, B. at Cockermouth 7th April,1770, died at Rydal 23rd April 1850. And of Dorothy Wordsworth, B. at Cockermouth 25th December 1771, died at Rydal 25th January 1855. And finally of Mary Wordsworth and Sister of Sarah Hutchinson, B. at Penrith August 16th 1770, died at Rydal Mount January 17th 1859. 7. William Wordsworth. 1850, Mary Wordsworth, 1859. 8. (With paschal lamb). Dora Quillinan 9th day of July 1847. "Him that cometh to me 1 will in no wise cast out." St. John . 6th Chap. 37th Ver. 9. † Edward Quillinan, B. at Oporto August 12th 1791, died at Loughrigg Holme July 8th 1851. 10. Jemima Anne died Quillinan died May 25th 1822 Aged 27. Near this Grave rests Dora the daughter of William and Mary Wordsworth of Rydal Mount, Wife of Edward Quillinan. She was born the 16th of August 1804, Married 11th of May 1841. She died on the 9th of July 1847. "Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection and the life." St. John xi. xxv. E. Q. 11. † S. born m. Rotha Quillinan, died at Loughrigg Holme, Rydal, 1st February 1876 aged 54. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God."
Ibbetson (N). In loving memory The Reverend Isaac Green Memory of A. of Queen's College, Cambridge, 38 y. second master of the Sedbergh Grammar School and 38 years. Incumbent of Hoogil. B. at Grasmere February 1st 1804, died at Sedbergh September . 25th 1875. Also of Caroline Bella his second wife, daughter of Julius C. Ibbetson (this e. also o.) of Masham, landscape painter, born at Troutbeck December . 15th 1804, died at Sedbergh November . 5th 1865. Also of Caroline their eldest daughter , who was interred at Alton, Hants, born May 14th 1837, died September . 24th 1859.
Jackson (E. altar tomb). Here lieth the Body of the Reverend . Thomas Jackson, Rector of this Parish, who died the 13th of December . 1821 Aged 65.
Jackson (E). In Memory of Thomas Jackson, Builder, who died the 27th of February 1845 Aged 59 years. he was Son of John and Elizabeth Jackson who was Interred at this Place. Also Elizabeth Jackson, Wife of Thomas Jackson died July 11th 1856, Aged 72.
Jameson (S). Sacred memory of Mary Steele, daughter of the late Reverend . Richard Steele of Langdale who departed this life the 28th day of September 1846 aged 86 years. Her life was truth. Also in m. Betty Jameson who died on the 26th day of June 1857 aged 74 years. Memory of S., B. J.
Jefferies (E). I. H. S. Margaret Anne Jefferies, Widow of the late Reverend . Edward Jefferies, Rector of Croagh, Ireland. She "is not dead but sleepeth." † John 11. 26. 1 Thess. IV. 14. (Cross pattée on foot-stone.
Jones (E. flat tomb with rail). Sr. Mat. xix. 13. Jesus said "Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven; their Angels do always behold the face of my Father which is in Heaven." Anne Louisa, the beloved child of Jane Margaret & Robert Jones of Portland County of Sligo, Ireland, B. June 15, 1848, died at Grasmere May 11, 1851 Aged 2 years. 11 m. "The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away, Blessed be the name of the Lord." Job 1. 21.
Kay (E). Sacred memory of Frances Alma, Infant daughter of William and Harriot Kay, Waterloo near Liverpool, who departed this life at Ambleside June 21st 1855 aged 2 m. "Suffer little children to come unto me, & forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."
Kay (E. cross). In memory of Hannah Kay, Widow of the late Robert Kay Esqre. of Brookshaw House, near Bury, Lancashire, Who died at Grasmere April the 21st 1853 Aged 73 years. This Stone is placed here by her Children.
Kearsley (F.flat stone). Here lie the mortal remains of Octavia Kearsley who departed this life at Ambleside, September 8th, 1827 Aged 41 years.
Kearsley (In. centre wall pillar S). In Memory of Octavia Kearsley, daughter of John Kearsley Esquire, of Manchester, who departed this life at Ambleside September 8th 1827 Aged 41 years. Her mortal remains are deposited in the burial ground of this Parish. Through life she was much beloved and respected by her numerous relatives and friends. Her affectionate Mother in remembrance of her filial piety hath caused this Tablet to be erected.
Kemp (N. stone edging). I. h. S. In affectionate remembrance of Wilfred Nelson who died June 29th 1880 aged 75 years. (Space left) also of their beloved daughter Dinah who died March 21st 1869 aged 18 years. Also of Mary Ann Metcalfe who died September 17th 1870 aged 22 years. Also of Ann Kemp late of Bowness, who died at Grasmere August 24th 1884 aged 75 years.
Kendall (F). In memory of Ann, Widow of Ithe late George Kendall of Liverpool, Who died on the 6th of March 1879 In her 83rd Year. Remember the words of the Lord Jesus how He said "I am the Resurrection, he that believeth on me though he were dead yet shall he live. (Flat stone) also of Margaret, daughter of the above who died at Biarritz on January 31st 1884 aged 47 years. "So he giveth his beloved sleep."
King (N. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Thomas King Esquire, of Cossington, Leicestershire, and of Hollen Grove, Grasmere, Westmoreland. He died on the 17th November 1831 Aged 59 years. Beloved and Respected. Also his Grandson Thomas King, who died October 4th 1832 Aged 4 years. and 9 Memory of And, sincerely lamented, his only Son, Thomas Marshall King Esqre. of Grasmere, who departed this life Novr. 6th 1834 Aged 34 years.
Kirkby (Oblong glass E. window with Arms of Fleming impaling Kirkby, also other coats,A.D. 1777. N. and B. p. 164). Deo trino et uni Sacrum, Secundum Christi Redemptoris Adventum hoc templo expectat Gulielmus Fleming Armiger, Qui pie in ChriEto expiravit Conistoniae et quicquid mortale habuit hic deposuit 25° Mai. Anno Epochre Christianæ mdcliii.
Kirkby (N. card and glass). In affectionate remembrance of George Kirkby, the beloved son of William & Isabella Kirkby of Liverpool, who died at the house of James Fleming, Knothouse, Grasmere, on April 15th, 1885 Aged 9 years. and 8 Memory of and was interred at St. Oswald's Church, Grasmere, April 18th.
Knott (In. W. board). Charities, A.D. 1812, Mrs. Dorothy Knott of Ambleside gave the Sum of £100 the Interest from which to be applied to the Education of five Children .(of poor but industrious Parents) at Grasmere School. 1847, Vincent G. Dowling Esq. (whose Mother and Sisters have been interred in the Churchyard of this Parish) gave the sum of £10 towards the further Endowment of the Parochial School. 1852, John Watson of Winterseeds in Grasmere, Yeoman, Gave £100, the interest from which to be applied towards the Schooling of such Children of the Poor in the Township as the School Trustees shall annually choose.
Knott (In. S. of Pillar). Michael Knott Esq. of Rydall, died August 28th 1772* Aged 76 years. Susannah Wife- of Michael Knott, died December 16th 1767 Aged 56 Y. Edward, Son of Michael Knott, died November 2d 1766, Aged 25 years. * This second 7 is also noted by E. B. as an altered 8, and the previous 8 as a 7. In 1875 he noted thus much :–"Michael Knott Esq. of Rydall, died August 27th 172–.
Laidlaw (N. stone edging) † In loving memory Jessie, the beloved wife of Robert E. Laidlaw; How Foot, Grasmere, died August 3rd 1884, aged 42 years. "Therefore be ye also ready for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of Man cometh."
Langmead (E. urn Olt large square pedestal). Stranger, whoe'er thou art, If chance hath led thee to this lonely spot, or stealing pensively from pleasure's path, Thou lov'st to linger in these haunts of silence. Pause at this sacred shrine ; Here, 'neath this stone rests the cold dust of one whose ardent virtues and superior charms >From every mortal drew the meed of praise, In love and admiration. In Spring's bright morn of life While yet the rose blush flourished on her cheek, While hope's bland accents harmonized her soul, she drooped and languished, ungenial frost nipped the sweet bud as fresh and fair it grew, Sepulchering all its blossom; seven mournful Months she pressed the couch of death, The pale consumption changed her beauteous form, Corrosive mining all her strength within, (Drained) her warm heart (and bent) her to the gra(ve). Coat and Seal, London. (Parts in brackets, now ilegible, taken from local journal). (On the urn). To m, Louisa Ann the wife of James Wrigley Lewes and only daughter of John Clark Langmead Esquire and Louisa his wife of (Pl)ymouth, born 13th (faint ? 15) June 1790, and died 24th May 1812. (Round base of urn). Erected by T. died of Lancaster, her unknown friend, May 1847 (i.e. Thomas Dewhurst, Agent for the Traders Go.) (On separate stone W). Louisa Ann Lewes.
Le Fleming (N). To the memory of Rebecca Pearson who died at Rydal Hall, October 23rd 1853 aged 75. Erected by Lady Le Fleming In affectionate remembrance of her faithful and attached services during a period of 49 years. She trusted in her Saviour and her end was peace.
Lewes (E. urn Olt large square pedestal). Stranger, whoe'er thou art, If chance hath led thee to this lonely spot, or stealing pensively from pleasure's path, Thou lov'st to linger in these haunts of silence. Pause at this sacred shrine ; Here, 'neath this stone rests the cold dust of one whose ardent virtues and superior charms >From every mortal drew the meed of praise, In love and admiration. In Spring's bright morn of life While yet the rose blush flourished on her cheek, While hope's bland accents harmonized her soul, she drooped and languished, ungenial frost nipped the sweet bud as fresh and fair it grew, Sepulchering all its blossom; seven mournful Months she pressed the couch of death, The pale consumption changed her beauteous form, Corrosive mining all her strength within, (Drained) her warm heart (and bent) her to the gra(ve). Coat and Seal, London. (Parts in brackets, now ilegible, taken from local journal). (On the urn). To m, Louisa Ann the wife of James Wrigley Lewes and only daughter of John Clark Langmead Esquire and Louisa his wife of (Pl)ymouth, born 13th (faint ? 15) June 1790, and died 24th May 1812. (Round base of urn). Erected by T. died of Lancaster, her unknown friend, May 1847 (i.e. Thomas Dewhurst, Agent for the Traders Go.) (On separate stone W). Louisa Ann Lewes.
Mackereth (N). In affectionate remembrance of John Mackereth of Ambleside, yeoman, who died February 19th 1862 .aged 70 years. Also of Sarah his wife who died Apri1 3rd 1854 aged 58 years. and was interred in the burial ground of St. Ann's Church, Ambleside.
Mason (N). I. H. S. To the memory of William Mason of Keswick, who died June 26th 1866 aged 77 years. "Reader, prepare to meet thy God. "
Metcalfe (N. stone edging). I. h. S. In affectionate remembrance of Wilfred Nelson who died June 29th 1880 aged 75 years. (Space left) also of their beloved daughter Dinah who died March 21st 1869 aged 18 years. Also of Mary Ann Metcalfe who died September 17th 1870 aged 22 years. Also of Ann Kemp late of Bowness, who died at Grasmere August 24th 1884 aged 75 years.
Moore (N. cross). In memory of Sarah, wife of John Moore of Burnley, Lancashire, who d. June 19th 1881 aged 84.
Mowbray (In. hatchment). Arms of Fleming with Ulster's Badge, thereon inescutcheon 41y. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton ; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray (i.e. Sir Michael le Fleming and Dinah his wife, nee Howard.* * –––– Fixed aloft A faded hatchment hung, and one by time Yet undiscoloured. Excursion, Book v.
Mowbray (In. hatchment). Crest and Arms of Fleming, with helmet and Ulster’s Badge. Motto: Resurgam. On inescutcheon 41y grand quarters. 1. and 4. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray; 2. and 3. 1. and 4. or.. chief. sa 3. escallops of field; 2. and 3. or., fess checky ar. and az. in chief, chevron gu. (Grahme. Coll. Arms: C. 39 2nd cal. 21, i.e. Graham of Netherby).
Nelson (N. stone edging). I. h. S. In affectionate remembrance of Wilfred Nelson who died June 29th 1880 aged 75 years. (Space left) also of their beloved daughter Dinah who died March 21st 1869 aged 18 years. Also of Mary Ann Metcalfe who died September 17th 1870 aged 22 years. Also of Ann Kemp late of Bowness, who died at Grasmere August 24th 1884 aged 75 years.
Newsham (E. two crosses and chain fence). 1. (On scroll). Henry Newsham Aged 75. 2. (At foot). In memoriam, also Augusta Frances who died at Walmer February 23rd 1877 aged 73, widow of the above. Harry Newsham, who died in Canada July l0th 1877 aged 45, their only son.
North (E. long prism-shaped column). (One side). Here rest the mortal remains of Ford North of Ambleside in this parish and Sarah his wife. He died February 11th 1842 aged 77 years. By a steady course of generous, firm, and courteous bearing throughout all the transactions and duties of life he had gained the sincere respect of all who knew him. (Second side). She died December 23rd 1829 aged 60 years. By a heart to feel for every one's distresses, and an ever active endeavour to relieve them, she had won the neighbourhood's unaffected love. (Third side). They were united in a life of Christian faith and charity, and in their deaths, alike full of resignation, peace, and hope, they were not divided.
Oliver (N). In remembrance of Frank Oliver, the beloved child of David and Isabella Pask died 3rd May 1875 aged 3 years. and 7 m.
Partridge (In. W. board). Charities, Edward Partridge of Grasmere and other benevolent Persons gave the sum of £50 the Interest thereof to be distributed on St. Thomas' Day amongst the Poor of this Township who do not receive parochial Relief. 1680. The Reverend . John Ambrose B.D. Rector of Grasmere gave the Sum of £50 the Interest thereof to be paid towards the Maintenance of a Schoolmaster in this Township. 1680. Anthony Dawson of Grasmere gave the Sum of £7 the Interest thereof to be. used towards the Support of a Schoolmaster in this Township. 1796. William Waters of Thornhow gave £80, the Interest from which to be used for the Benefit of the Schoolmaster of this Township. 1807. William and Elend (?) Waters gave £200, the Interest arising therefrom to be distributed every Lady day among the Poor or this Township who do not receive parochial Relief.
Pask (N). In remembrance of Frank Oliver, the beloved child of David and Isabella Pask died 3rd May 1875 aged 3 years. and 7 m.
Pearson (N). To the memory of Rebecca Pearson who died at Rydal Hall, October 23rd 1853 aged 75. Erected by Lady Le Fleming In affectionate remembrance of her faithful and attached services during a period of 49 years. She trusted in her Saviour and her end was peace.
Peel (N). In memory of James Peel, died December . 27th 1869, aged 79 years. also of Ann his wife died August 22nd 1859 aged 65 years. John Peel, son of the above died May 5th 1875, aged 48 years. Joseph Greaves died August 1st 1854 aged 2 days. Mary Jane d. December . 22nd 1863 aged 3 years. Ann Elizabeth died January 1st 1864 aged 5 years. the children of John and Charlotte Peel. "Be thou faithful unto Death and I will give thee a crown or life." Reverend
Philipps (E). i. h. s. Thy will be done. Elinor wife of John Philipps Philipps Esquire, Commander R.N. of the Wray, Grasmere, died August the 17th 1866 aged 73 years. , also John Philipps Philipps who died August 8th 1875 aged 82.
Preston (N). In memory of Thomas Preston of Mill Brow, Loughrigg, died March 17th 1878 aged 78 years. Jane His wife, died Oct. 23rd 1868 aged 69 years. William their son d. December 17th 1861 aged 37 years. Eleanor their daughter died April 25th 1860 aged 29 y.
Preston (N). In memory of William Preston, born June 3rd 1825, died December 17th 1861, and of his children Thomas, born June 4th 1854, died November 5th 1871, Margaret, born Oct. 30th 1861, died May 26th 1862, Hannah Eleanor, born July 13th 1858, died September 25th 1879 aged 21 years. "Weep not, Father, mother dear–weep not for me I say. Weep not, brother, Sisters, here–but for yourselves now pray." "Though I am going just in my bloom, I'm snatched from every snare, And hope in Heaven to join the throng Of my blest kindred there."
Pritchard (E). Sacred memory of Laetitia Pritchard of Croft Lodge, Loughrigg, who died on the 18th of January 1827 Aged 71 years.
Pritchard (In centre walls). To Memory of Mrs. Laetitia Pritchard late of Croft Lodge in the Township of Loughrigg in this Parish, who died on the 18th of January A.D. 1827 in the 71st years. of her Age. Her life was devoted to the offices of Charity, The Claims of Friendship, and the duties of Religion.
Proudfoot (N). In memory of Janet wife of Daniel Green, Grasmere, and eldest daughter of the late Alexander and Margaret Proudfoot of Manor, Peebleshire, who died at Grasmere 26th May 1864 aged 44 years. Also of the above Daniel Green third son of the late John Green of Pavement End who died at Elterwater on the 11th Octr. 1870 aged 51 years.
Purdom (N). In loving memory Richard Purdom who died at Moss Side, Grasmere, November 16th 1885 aged 62 years. "His end was peace."
Quillinan (In. S). In the burial ground of this church are deposited the remains of Jemima Anne Deborah, second daughter of Sir Egerton Brydges of Denton Court, Kent, Bart., she departed this life at Ivy Cottage Rydal, May 25th 1822 aged 28 years. This monument is erected by her husband Edward Quillinan. These vales ,were saddened with no common gloom When good Jemima perished in her bloom, When, such the awful will of heaven, she died By flames breathed on her from her own fire-side. On earth we dimly see, and but in part, We know yet faith sustains the sorrowing heart, And she, the pure, the patient, and the meek, Might have fit epitaph could feelings speak, If words could tell and monuments record How treasures lost are inwardly deplored, No name by grief's fond eloquence adorned More than Jemima's would be praised and mourned, The tender virtues of her blameless life, Bright in the daughter, brighter in the wife, And in the cheerful mother brightest shone, That light hath passed away, the will of God be done.
Quillinan (E. within rail, nine head-stones, two flat stones, and seven foot stones, with yew tree hard by, planted in 1817). 1. Here lie the Remains of Catharine daughter of William & Mary Wordsworth. She was born September 6th 1808 and died June 4th 1812. "Suffer the little Children to come unto me and forbid them not for of Such is the Kingdom of God." C. W. 2. Here lieth the Body of Thomas the Son of William & Mary Wordsworth. He died on the lst of December A.D. 1812. Six months to six years added He remain'd Upon this sinful earth by sin unstain'd, O blessed Lord, whose mercy then remov'd A Child whom every eye that look'd on lov'd, Support us; teach us calmly to resign What we possess'd and now is wholly thine. T. W. 3. In memory of William, infant son of William & Fanny Wordsworth, born July 13th and died at Carlisle October 5th 1851. "He shall gather the lambs with his arm and shall carry them in his bosom." Isaiah, c. 4, v. ii. 4. William Wordsworth, 1883. 5. Dorothy Wordsworth, 1855. 6. (Flat tomb). Near the Graves of two young Children, removed from a family to which through Life she was devoted, Here lies the body of Sarah Hutchinson, The beloved Sister and faithful Friend of Mourners who have caused this Stone to be erected with an earnest wish that their own Remains may be laid by her side, and a humble hope that through Christ they may together be made Partakers of the same blessed Resurrection. She was born at Penrith 1st January 1775, and died at Rydal 23rd June 1835, In Fulfilment of that Wish are now gathered near her the Remains of William Wordsworth, B. at Cockermouth 7th April,1770, died at Rydal 23rd April 1850. And of Dorothy Wordsworth, B. at Cockermouth 25th December 1771, died at Rydal 25th January 1855. And finally of Mary Wordsworth and Sister of Sarah Hutchinson, B. at Penrith August 16th 1770, died at Rydal Mount January 17th 1859. 7. William Wordsworth. 1850, Mary Wordsworth, 1859. 8. (With paschal lamb). Dora Quillinan 9th day of July 1847. "Him that cometh to me 1 will in no wise cast out." St. John . 6th Chap. 37th Ver. 9. † Edward Quillinan, B. at Oporto August 12th 1791, died at Loughrigg Holme July 8th 1851. 10. Jemima Anne died Quillinan died May 25th 1822 Aged 27. Near this Grave rests Dora the daughter of William and Mary Wordsworth of Rydal Mount, Wife of Edward Quillinan. She was born the 16th of August 1804, Married 11th of May 1841. She died on the 9th of July 1847. "Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection and the life." St. John xi. xxv. E. Q. 11. † S. born m. Rotha Quillinan, died at Loughrigg Holme, Rydal, 1st February 1876 aged 54. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God."
Richardson (N). Sacred memory of Elizabeth, Wife of Archibald Fletcher Esqr. Advocate, Edinburgh. She was born on the 15th of January 1770, and died on the 5th of February 1858. "When the ear heard her, it blessed her. When the eye saw her it gave witness to her." Job. "If we love one another God dwelleth in us, and his love is perfected in us." John 1st Ep. S. also to the memory of Mary, youngest daughter of the above and Widow of Sir John Richardson. She was born May l0th 1802. She died October 17th 1880.
Richardson (N). Anna Deborah Richardson, born 22nd of February 1832 at Newcastle-on-Tyne, d. 5th of August 1872 at Heugh Folds, Grasmere. "That I may know Christ and the power of His resurrection and the fellowship of his suffering, being made conformable to his death." Philippians iii. 10.
Richardson (N). Sacred memory of Sir John Richardson, born at Dumfries November 5th 1787, died at Lancrigg June 5th 1865. "Wait on the Lord, be of good courage and he shall strengthen thine heart, wait, I say, on the Lord" Psalm 27th, 14 verse. "Rejoicing in hope, Patient in tribulation continuing instant in prayer " Romans xxii. 12 verse.
Richardson (N). Sacred memory of Josephine Fanny Richardson. She was born on the 5th of June 1836 and fell asleep In Jesus on the 6th of September 1856 after many years of suffering borne with Christian resignation. "Whom the Lord loveth He chasteneth."
Robinson (N). "Whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die." Sacred memory of William Robinson of High Hill, Keswick, oldest son of John and Betty Robinson of Clappersgate who Slept in Jesus February 21st 1847 aged 48 years. "If ye believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep m Jesus will God bring with him." Also of Mary his wife who J. December . 13th 1866 aged 66 years.
Ross (N. cross and stone edging). † I. H. S. In memory of William Ross of Manchester and Grasmere, who died December 14th 1872 aged 73 years. and whose remains are here laid awaiting the resurrection of the just.
Rough Sedge (Two tombstones and stone edging). 1. I H. S. † Here rests in Jesus The Body of Hornby Roughsedge of Foxghyll in this Parish. He died September , xxii mdccclix Aged lxxvii years. † 2. l. H. S. † Here rests in Jesus The Body of Margaret Elizabeth, Widow of Hornby Roughsedge late of Foxghyll in this Parish. She died April xi mdccclxvii Aged lxxiv years. †
Rowlandson (E. altar tomb). Here lie the remains of the Reverend Edwd. Rowlandson, Minister of this Parish for nearly 50 years. He died January 20, 1811 aged 77. AIshere lie the remains of Mary, Widow of the late Reverend . Edward Rowlandson, who died on the 13th Day of February 1817 In the 76th years. of her Age.
Sandford (N). Sacred memory of Hannah, Wife of Thomas Sandford of Ben Place, who died 16th February 1857 Aged 54 years.
Sandford (E. and stone edging). † In affectionate remembrance of Thomas Sandford of Grasmere who died March 13th 1870 aged 64 years.
Satterthwaite (N). Gathered to the side of kindred whom in their declining years She faithfully & affectionately tended, Here lies the Body of Elizabeth Satterthwaite, late of Loughrigg Holme. She died at Stanwix near Carlisle the 4th day of March 1849; Aged 35 years. This Stone is erected in grateful remembrance to the memory of her. And of Elizabeth Youdell who died at Rydal 12th January 1834 Aged 67 years. ; And of Jonathan Youdell who died at Rydal 28th Novr. 1841, Aged 79 years.
Satterthwaite (N). † Mary Satterthwate of the Scroggs, Loughrigg, departed this life the l0th of April 1869 aged 76 years.
Sharpe (N). Here Resteth the Body of Ann Sharpe, who died December 30th 180–. Aged 75.
Smith (N. with stone edging). In loving remembrance Wordsworth Smith, formerly Lieut. of H.M. 39th Regt. He died at Rydal 24th December 1880 aged 63. "Then are they glad because they are at rest and so He bringeth them into the haven where they would be." Ps. cvii. 30.
Stanley (E). In loving memory William Stanley of Fleetwood, who died on the 7th January 1876 aged 32 years. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."
Steele (S). Sacred memory of Mary Steele, daughter of the late Reverend . Richard Steele of Langdale who departed this life the 28th day of September 1846 aged 86 years. Her life was truth. Also in m. Betty Jameson who died on the 26th day of June 1857 aged 74 years. Memory of S., B. J.
Stewart (E. altar tomb). In Memory of Lieutenant James Stewart of the 88 Regiment of Foot, Son of the late Lieutenant General James Stewart who died January 3, 1809 Aged 24.
Sutton (N. two flat tombs, rails). 1. Here lie the remains of Agnes Sutton late Servant of Samuel Barber of Cottage in Grasmere. She departed this life the 15th day of October 1812 Aged 68. 2. S. Barber Esq. died 6th March 1832.
Sykes (N. 2 crosses and stone edging). 1. In memory of Henriette third daughter of the late J. Broadley Esq., of South Ella, E. R. Yorkshire, B. Oct. 3st 1812, died April 26th 1871, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord. Also of Charlotte, fourth daughter of John Broadley Esq.. born January 4th 1814, died Oct. 26th 1879 at St. Michael's Nook, Grasmere, rejoicing in hope, patient in tribulation. 2. In m. Anne Elizabeth Sykes, eldest daughter of John Broadley esq. of South Ella & widow of Joseph Sykes of Raywell, E. R. Yorkshire, born July 3rd 1810 at Butharlyp House. Grasmere, died May lst. 1878. "Blessed are those servants whom the Lord when he comes shall find watching."
Sympson (E). Here lie the remains of the Reverend . Jos. Sympson, Minister of Witheburn for more than 50 years. He died June 27th 1807 aged 92. Also Mary his wife who died January 24, 1806 aged 81. Also of Elizth. Jane their youngest Dr. who died September . 4, 1804 aged 37.
Taylor (N). + Elisabeth Taylor, born at Edinburgh October 31st 1794, died at Grasmere Novr. 9th 1864. I know, O Lord, that Thy Judgments are right, and that Thou of very faithfulness hast caused me to be troubled."
Tremenheere (E). Sacred memory of (sic) John Henry Tremenheere died December 31st 1880.
Tyson (N). Here resteth the mortal remains of Dorothy Tyson. She died at C1appersgate January 12th 1858 Aged 62 years. St. Mathew xxv. xxi "Well done thou good and faithful servant, enter thou into the joy of thy Lord."
Tyson (N). In memory of George Tyson of Ryda1 who departed this life July 15th 1860 aged 49 years. "I know that my Redeemer liveth." Also of Agnes Tyson, daughter of the above who died September 15th 1870 aged 11 years. She cometh forth like a flower and is cut down.
Tyson (N). Sacred memory of Henry Tyson, of Chapelstile, Great Langdale, who died l0th March 1844 aged 81 years. Mary his wife who died 19th February 1826 aged 62 years. James their son who died 23rd August 1818 aged 29 years. and John their son who died 21st September 1790 aged 6 m. and was interred in the interior of the church.
Tyson (Altar tomb N). Sacred memory of the late Henry Tyson Esquire, Astronomer and Mathematician, formerly Author of the Kendal Diary and for many years. Manager of the Bank of Westmorland, who died March 27th 1852 aged 53 years. "The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord." Jane Tyson, widow of the above named who died at Fairelms, Lancaster, August 26th 1879 aged 83 years.
Tyson (N). † Sacred memory of John Tyson of Brummerhead and Easdale who died 9th February 1870 aged 72 years. Also Ann his wife who died 3rd Augt. 1869 aged 63 years. Also Sarah their daughter who died 4th February 1833 aged 6 years. and was interred at Pateleybridge, Yorkshire. Also Jane Astonham who died 19th December . 1868 aged 39 years.
Walker (N). In memory of Isaac Walker of Moss Side, Grasmere, who died November l0th 1871 aged 61 years. Also of Mary his wife who died April 26th 1882 and was interred at Borrowdale aged 77 years.
Walker (N). In Memory of John Walker late of Wigton, Builder and Cabinetmaker. Born at Coniston on the 13th May 1807. died very suddenly at Rydal while on a visit to his friends on the 15th June 1857. "Be ye therefore ready for the Son of Man cometh at an hour when ye think not." St. Luke xii. 40. Also In Memory of John Walker late of Loughrigg Holme who died October 26th 1857 aged 78 years. Also of Sarah. Widow of the last named John Walker who died September . 28th 1866 Aged 78 years.
Warren (Chancel E. hatchment of widow). Arms of Fleming with Badge of Ulster, thereon inescultcheon 41y 1. Fleming; 2. Howard; 3. Brotherton; .4. Warren (i.e. Sir Daniel Fleming Bart and Anne Frederica Elizabeth his wife, nee le Fleming).
Warren (In. hatchment). Crest and Arms of Fleming, with helmet and Ulster’s Badge. Motto: Resurgam. On inescutcheon 41y grand quarters. 1. and 4. 1. Howard; 2. Brotherton; 3. Warren; 4. Mowbray; 2. and 3. 1. and 4. or.. chief. sa 3. escallops of field; 2. and 3. or., fess checky ar. and az. in chief, chevron gu. (Grahme. Coll. Arms: C. 39 2nd cal. 21, i.e. Graham of Netherby).
Waters (In. W. board). Charities, Edward Partridge of Grasmere and other benevolent Persons gave the sum of £50 the Interest thereof to be distributed on St. Thomas' Day amongst the Poor of this Township who do not receive parochial Relief. 1680. The Reverend . John Ambrose B.D. Rector of Grasmere gave the Sum of £50 the Interest thereof to be paid towards the Maintenance of a Schoolmaster in this Township. 1680. Anthony Dawson of Grasmere gave the Sum of £7 the Interest thereof to be. used towards the Support of a Schoolmaster in this Township. 1796. William Waters of Thornhow gave £80, the Interest from which to be used for the Benefit of the Schoolmaster of this Township. 1807. William and Elend (?) Waters gave £200, the Interest arising therefrom to be distributed every Lady day among the Poor or this Township who do not receive parochial Relief.
Watson (In. W. board). Charities, A.D. 1812, Mrs. Dorothy Knott of Ambleside gave the Sum of £100 the Interest from which to be applied to the Education of five Children .(of poor but industrious Parents) at Grasmere School. 1847, Vincent G. Dowling Esq. (whose Mother and Sisters have been interred in the Churchyard of this Parish) gave the sum of £10 towards the further Endowment of the Parochial School. 1852, John Watson of Winterseeds in Grasmere, Yeoman, Gave £100, the interest from which to be applied towards the Schooling of such Children of the Poor in the Township as the School Trustees shall annually choose.
Wilson (E). In Memory of Agnes Wilson of Grasmere the Beloved Wife of William Wilson who departed this life April 11th 1869 Aged 69 V. "But thanks be to God which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ," 1st Cor. xth chap. verse lvii.
Wilson (E). Sacred memory of Anthony Wilson of the Swan Inn. Grasmere. who departed this life September 2oth. 1831 aged 61. and of Elizabeth his Wife who died October 28th. 1843 aged 78, also of John the son of Anthony and Elizabeth Wilson, who died in the Island of Bermuda August 12th 1821 aged 28, of Anthony their Son who died November 11th 1829 aged 31. and of William their son who died February 18th 1832 aged 35. Pause Traveller, Sleeps beneath this Humble Tomb, The Host that cheer'd thee with his ready smile, Three youthful Sons have met the common doom, Two lie in this, one in a distant Isle, This solemn sign of piety not pride, The Sons that still survive have sanctified. Live for Eternity.
Wilson (E). In memory of George Wilson who died Janry. 6th 1863 (altered to 1867) aged 59 y. Also of Thomas Wilson who died Janry. 4th 1863(7) aged 57 years. and also of Edward Wilson who died Janry. 1867 aged 67 years. This stone was erected by their only surviving brother. Also of Mary, widow of the above George Wilson. she d. July 11th 1879 , aged 75. "Them which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him." G.W. 1863(7), T. W. 1863(7), E W. 1867, Memory of W. 1879.
Wilson (E. altar tomb). To Memory of The Reverend . John Wilson late of Ambleside and formerly Minister of this place. obiit 6th April 1791 Ætat. 63.
Wilson (E). I. H. S. In Memory of John Wilson of Field Side, Grasmere, who died December 6th 1883 aged 67 years.
Wilson (Card and glass, N). In loving memory Joseph the beloved son of John and Ann Wilson of Grasmere Who was Drowned in the Rothay March 29th 1886 aged one years. and nine m.
Wilson (N). I. H. S. In Memory of William Wilson of Field Side, Grasmere, who died January 26th 1884 aged 29 years.
Wordsworth (N). In memory of John Carter of Loughrigg Holme, Ambleside, who died 28th January 1863 aged 67 years. He was the confidential clerk and much valued friend of the late William Wordsworth Esqre. Poet Laureate, of Rydal Mount, with whose family he was conected by mutual ties of gratitude and sincere affection for a period of fifty years.
Wordsworth (N). In affectionate remembrance of James Dixon, born 19th July 1799, died 4th April 1878. He was for thirty three years. the faithful servant of Mr. and Mrs. Wordsworth of Rydal Mount and for upwards of half a century the much valued friend of their family.
Wordsworth (E. within rail, nine head-stones, two flat stones, and seven foot stones, with yew tree hard by, planted in 1817). 1. Here lie the Remains of Catharine daughter of William & Mary Wordsworth. She was born September 6th 1808 and died June 4th 1812. "Suffer the little Children to come unto me and forbid them not for of Such is the Kingdom of God." C. W. 2. Here lieth the Body of Thomas the Son of William & Mary Wordsworth. He died on the lst of December A.D. 1812. Six months to six years added He remain'd Upon this sinful earth by sin unstain'd, O blessed Lord, whose mercy then remov'd A Child whom every eye that look'd on lov'd, Support us; teach us calmly to resign What we possess'd and now is wholly thine. T. W. 3. In memory of William, infant son of William & Fanny Wordsworth, born July 13th and died at Carlisle October 5th 1851. "He shall gather the lambs with his arm and shall carry them in his bosom." Isaiah, c. 4, v. ii. 4. William Wordsworth, 1883. 5. Dorothy Wordsworth, 1855. 6. (Flat tomb). Near the Graves of two young Children, removed from a family to which through Life she was devoted, Here lies the body of Sarah Hutchinson, The beloved Sister and faithful Friend of Mourners who have caused this Stone to be erected with an earnest wish that their own Remains may be laid by her side, and a humble hope that through Christ they may together be made Partakers of the same blessed Resurrection. She was born at Penrith 1st January 1775, and died at Rydal 23rd June 1835, In Fulfilment of that Wish are now gathered near her the Remains of William Wordsworth, B. at Cockermouth 7th April,1770, died at Rydal 23rd April 1850. And of Dorothy Wordsworth, B. at Cockermouth 25th December 1771, died at Rydal 25th January 1855. And finally of Mary Wordsworth and Sister of Sarah Hutchinson, B. at Penrith August 16th 1770, died at Rydal Mount January 17th 1859. 7. William Wordsworth. 1850, Mary Wordsworth, 1859. 8. (With paschal lamb). Dora Quillinan 9th day of July 1847. "Him that cometh to me 1 will in no wise cast out." St. John . 6th Chap. 37th Ver. 9. † Edward Quillinan, B. at Oporto August 12th 1791, died at Loughrigg Holme July 8th 1851. 10. Jemima Anne died Quillinan died May 25th 1822 Aged 27. Near this Grave rests Dora the daughter of William and Mary Wordsworth of Rydal Mount, Wife of Edward Quillinan. She was born the 16th of August 1804, Married 11th of May 1841. She died on the 9th of July 1847. "Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection and the life." St. John xi. xxv. E. Q. 11. † S. born m. Rotha Quillinan, died at Loughrigg Holme, Rydal, 1st February 1876 aged 54. "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God."
Wordsworth (E). Sacred memory of John Wordsworth, staff assistant surgeon to her Majesty's forces in the Ionian Islands; only son of the late Richard Wordsworth of Sockbridge in this county, and nephew of William Wordsworth of Rydal Mount. He died at Ambleside on the 18th day of August 1846 aged 31 years. much lamented.
Wordsworth (In. pillar S). To the memory of William Wordsworth, a true philosopher and poet, who, by the special gift and calling of Almighty God, whether he discoursed on man or nature, failed not to lift up the heart to holy things, tired not of maintaining the cause of the poor and simple, and so, in perilous times was raised up to be a chief minister not only of noblest poesy but of high and sacred truth, this memorial is placed here by his friends and neighbours in testimony of respect, affection and gratitude anno mdcccli.
Wordsworth (E. rail). † Sacred memory of Charles Frederick Younge of Forrest side in this parish. He was the youngest son of the late Simon Andrews Younge of Sheffield. He died on the I7th day of November . 1866 aged 74 years. I. Corinthians xv. 17.
Youdell (N). Gathered to the side of kindred whom in their declining years She faithfully & affectionately tended, Here lies the Body of Elizabeth Satterthwaite, late of Loughrigg Holme. She died at Stanwix near Carlisle the 4th day of March 1849; Aged 35 years. This Stone is erected in grateful remembrance to the memory of her. And of Elizabeth Youdell who died at Rydal 12th January 1834 Aged 67 years. ; And of Jonathan Youdell who died at Rydal 28th Novr. 1841, Aged 79 years.