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Kendal (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.


Kendal (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).


Kendal (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.


Kirkby Lonsdale (N. low altar tomb). John Parr died 1st October 1825 Aged 61 years.


Kirkby Lonsdale (In. S. urn). To the memory of John Parr Esquire (late Major in the 22nd Regiment of Foot) who died at Burrow Hall October 1st 1825 Aged 61. He was a sincere friend, a tender husband, and throughout life an upright and honourable man. This Marble was placed here by his afflicted Widow. Also of Helen Clements, D. October 3d, 1818 Aged 80. The beloved Mother of Helen Parr. Crest, mailed arm embowed holding-? Arms ar. 2 bars within border engrailed az.