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Found 10 records in Westmorland Church Notes.

Appleby St Michael (W). In memory of Thomas Barnes of Brackenber, born December 30th 1790, died October 5th 1879. Also of Margaret his wife, born Oct. 29th, 1803, died April 20th 1881.


Appleby St Michael (S). In m Joseph Craig who died January 19, 1853. Aged 59 years. "Blessed are the dead!" Also of Sarah his Wife who died January 5,1850, Aged 58 years. Also of Esther his Daughter, who died May 15, 1846, Aged 19 years. Also of Michael his son, who died August 20, 1830, aged I years. Also Mary wife of Thomas H. Barnes, Their Daughter who died at London April 3rd, 1866, Aged 35 years. Also of Sarah their Eldest Daughter and Wife of W. died Kelly, who died at Wandsworth, London, October 23rd 1880, aged 55 years.


Beetham (S). Sacred memory of John Barnes of the Lanes, Preston Richard, who died March 6th 1878 aged 85 years.


Heversham (E). I. H. S. In loving remembrance John Steele, 2nd son of Anthony and Hannah Barnes of Park House, who died Augt. 9th 1879 aged 19 years. , also of Margaret their 4th da. who died Octr 3rd 1863 aged 7 weeks. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.


Kendal (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.


Kendal (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).


Kendal (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.


Kendal (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).


Orton (N). In memory of Sarah wife of Daniel Barnes of Grayrigg Station who died 2 June 1875 aged 42 years.


Orton (E. wall). Erected to the memory of Thomas Barnes of Orton By his Children as token of Gratitude and Affection for one of the best of Parents. He lived and died in Peace with God & Man; and in the consoling Hope of a Resurrection to everlasting Life and Happiness. He departed this life the 5th Day of . . . 1797 Aged 61 years.