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Found 9 records in Westmorland Church Notes.

Burton In Kendal (S. and rail). In A. R. John Backhouse of Hilderstone House who departed this life on the 15th April 1879 Aged 71 years. Also of Louisa Jane Third daughter of the above D. May 26th 1882 Aged 17 years. To live is Christ, to die is gain. Also of Harriett Dearly Loved Wife of Edward Cumming Backhouse died December 5th, 1883 Aged 24 years. She is not dead but sleepeth.

Burton In Kendal (S). In A. remembrance of Richard Backhouse Who died at Barker House, Burton October 34, I874 Aged 4 years. and 7 Memory of Also Sarah Elizabeth Who died October 26, 1874 aged 2 years. and 7 Memory of The Beloved Children of Daniel and Agnes Backhouse, "of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."

Grasmere (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.

Heversham (In. N. W. aisle). Sacred memory of Bateman Backhouse of Milton, gentleman, who died the 23d of August 1823 aged 84, also of Isabella his widow, daughter of Edward Johnson Esqr. of Old Hall, who died the 28th of July 1827 aged 66.

Heversham (E. altar tomb). Here lieth the Body of James Backhouse of Milnthorpe who D. L. the 24 of March 1727 aged 60 years. (Bur. 26 Mar. 1728).

Heversham (In. N.W. aisle). The Reverend James Backhouse S.T.B. Senior Fellow of Trin. Coll. Camb. And for many years. Dean and one of the Principal tutors of the said College, Chancellor of Bristol and Peterborough, Rector of Scotter, Lincolnshire, He deceased at Helsington Laythes, His Brother-in-Law's Mr. Richd. Bindloss's, 30th September 1790 In the 74th years. of his Age. His loving and grateful Brother and Sisters Erected this Monument To His Memory.

Heversham (N. altar tomb). The Reverend James Backhouse B.D. Senior Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Obiit September 30th 1790 Aged 74, also Richard Bindloss, Brother-in-Law of the above, late of Helsington Laiths died the 11th of February . 1804 Aged 74, and Elinor his Wife, died January 24th.1814 Aged 84. Also in m. Thomas Jackson who died in Jamaica in the years. 1821 Aged 58 years. Also of Elizabeth Jackson widow of the above named Thomas Jackson who died September 21st 1852 Aged 82 years.

Heversham (E. two flat tombs, rail). (1). Sacred memory of Henry, son of William Robinson of Lancaster, and Alice his wife, who died on the l0th day of May 1834 aged 5 weeks, also of Gerard their son, who died on the 17th day of February 1844 aged 19 years. , and of James his twin brother who died on the 8th day of December 1846 aged 22 years. , also of Charles their son who died the fifth day of November 1856 aged 21 years. , also of William Robinson, father of the above who died November . 13th, 186l aged 70 years. , and of Alice Robinson his widow who died February 18th, 1868 aged 72 years. (2). In memory of Gerard Backhouse who died June 18th, 1821 aged 72, also of Elizabeth wife of Gerard Backhouse who died August 29th, 1837 aged 88, also of Cicely, sister of Gerard Backhouse who died February l1th, 1831 aged 70.

Kendal (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).