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Found 6 records in Westmorland Church Notes.

Burton In Kendal (N). William Hewitt, died January 1st 1870 aged 83 years. This stone is erected in m. an old and valued servant by E. G. S. Hornby Esqr. Dalton Hall. Looking unto Jesus. (N. side) Sarah wife of William Hewett died February 24th 1873 aged 83 years. "asleep in Jesus."

Burton In Kendal (Chancel window) † To the honour and glory of God and to the cherished memory of Edmund Hornby, died November 18, 1858, aged 84. Edmund GeorF:e Hornby died February 26, 1865 agt:d 65. This window is dedicated by an affectionate daughter and sorrowing widow.

Burton In Kendal (4 tombs within rails). (1.) i. h. s. † Edmund Hornby died November 18, 1856 aged 84. "By grace are ye saved through faith, and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God." (2.) Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith. Edmund George Hornby, at rest February 26, 1865, Aged 65. (3.) (Cross). O Lamb of God. That takest away the sins of the World, Grant us Thy Peace. Elizabeth Sarah Ware, and eldest daughter of Edmund George Hornby, born S. Barnabas' day 1828, passed away September 27, 1884 "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God." (4.) Sarah Hugginson, -b. September l0th, 1788, died January 25th, 1871. "There remaineth a rest to the people of God."

Burton In Kendal L . . .,HORNBY. (Hornby chantry N .E. stringed bugle-horns on wood work, and on N. and E. walls is inscribed) P. L. fundator 1628, soli Deo Gloria.

Burton In Kendal (S. low altar tomb). In memory of James Richardson who laboured 44 years. in the service of Edmund Hornby Esqr. and who died March 16th 1858 aged 69 years. This stone is placed by Edmund George and Sarah Hornby. For nearly 50 years. the above James Richardson assisted in the choir of this church, also of Catherine wife of the above who died December 8th, 1857 aged 69 years.

Burton In Kendal (S). In memory of Edward Walker who was employed for upwards of 40 years. at Dalton Hall, and who died the 18th day of May 1863 in the 63rd years. of his age. This stone is erected by E. G. Horn by Esq.