North of the Sands

Parish of Appleby St Lawrence

330 records for Appleby St Lawrence in Westmoreland Church Notes

A

(Mid Aisle). C.A. 1681. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

A

(Mid Aisle). H.A. I684. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Adams

(S). To the memory of Jane Adams wife of William Adams late of his Majesty's 17th Regiment of Foot, daughter of Thomas and Frances Ionson of Appleby, she was a truly affectionate wife, a tender mother, a sincere friend, and benevolent to all, she travell'd with her husband thro' divers parts of N. and S. America, the W. Indies and Canada, and has here, in the land of her nativity, resigned her Dust to dust, to await the raising of the just, she departed life the 1st Augst 1781, aged 45 years. As near her grave in silent grief we stood, And o'er her coffin poured the pious flood, While every bosom heaved the tender sigh, And plenteous sorrow flowed from every eye Musing, I said, Why all this idle woe, Why mourn for her who fled from grief below. Pitied the weakness of our well meant love And shares the Baptism of the soul above. No more my Soul this tender grief upbraid 'Tis the soft tribute to the worthy paid. Pour then ye friends your sorrow o'er her bier Your grief is . . . for it flows sincere ; You shew your virtue in each tear you shed Who knew her living must lament her dead.

Adamson

(E). In memory of John Herd of Appleby who died August l0th 1827 aged 54 years. also Sarah his wife who died February 23rd 1856 aged 78 years. & Sarah their daughter who died April 12th 1822 aged 6 years. & Hannah their daughter who died Oct. 31st. 1847 aged 35 years. also Robert, son of F. Memory of Dinwoodie surgeon, of Appleby who died March 3rd 1857 aged 18 years. also William . son of the above F. Memory of Dinwoodie who died June 6th 1866 aged 20 years. In memory of Lawrence Adamson Esq. who died April Ist. 1848 aged 45 years. also F. Memory of Dinwoodie who died Ju!y 13th 1865 aged 52 years.

Addison

(S. W). To the memory of Elizabeth, wife of Robert Addison of Colby, who died June 23, 1805, aged 39 years. also of their three daughters, Elizabeth who died June 1803, aged 18 years. Anne who died July . . . . aged 16 years. Mary who died . . . . 18 years.

Addison

(S. W). To the memory of Robert Addison of Colby who departed this life September . 28th, 1826, aged 66 years.

Ainsley

(S). Obiit George Ainsley 15th July 1763, aged 6 m. Obiit Hugh Wilkinson, goaler, (sic) the 26th day of April 1768 aged 57, Elizabeth, wife of Hugh Wilkinson, the 30th March 1777 aged 72 years. , William Ainsley 22 November . 1775 aged 7 years. , Barbara, wife of Ben. Ainsley 31st Janry. 1777 aged 41 years.

Allinson

(E). Erected in m. Edward Allinson, chemist and druggist, who departed this life at Appleby August 19th 1840 aged 35 years. , also in m. Richard Winter, brewer, of the same place, who departed this life November 13, 1844, aged 68 y also Mary his wife who died November 6th, 1861, aged 81 years. Frederick Richard Winter grandson of the above who died September 9th, 1860, aged 5 m.

Atkinson

(S). In memory of Anne, widow of the late William Atkinson of Appleby, solicitor, who died the 3 day of July 1862, aged 64 years.

Atkinson

(S). In memory of James Atkinson of Appleby who died April 6th 1833 aged 79 years. 25 years. Coroner and Chamberlain for the borough of Appleby, also Mary his wife who died August 31st 1827 aged 72 years. also William son of the above James and Mary Atkinson who died June 14th 1798 aged 15 years.

Atkinson

(S. Aisle). Sicily Atkinson buryed ye 27th of February 1672. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Atkinson

(E). In memory of Thomas Atkinson who died February 12, 1853, aged 74 years. who for 30 years. was chamberlain and 15 years. a common Council man of this ancient Corporation of Appleby. Also of Ann his wife who died February 24th 1848 aged 45 years.

Atton

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

B

(S). Memory of B. 1842.

Bainbridge

(E). In memory of Richard Bainbridge of Appleby who died September . 7th 1820 aged 64 years. also Mary relict of the above Richard Bainbridge who died November 29th 1842 aged 92 years. also Mary daughter of his son Richard Bainbridge who died February . 17th 1810 aged 29 w., also Richard Bainbridge junior who died June 26th 1826 aged 46 years.

Bainbrigg

(N. Aisle.) died William Bainbrigg of Bank Foot on the 8th of February 1791 aged 67, Ruth his wife 30th June 92 agd. 68, also 8 of their children, namely, Mary and Isabel both infants, Joseph on the 5th of November .67 aged 19, George on the 2nd Augt. 1774 aged 19, William Dixon on the 27 September . 1776 aged 25, Thomas on the 21st February 1779 aged 16, Ruth on the 28 April 1785 aged 35, Mary on the 27 February . 1788 aged 29.

Beauchamp

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Beaumont

(E. window). Arms, 1, or lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2, gu. saltire ar. (Nevill) ; 3, az. semé of fleurs de lis, lion rampant or (Beaumont) ; 4, 41y 1 & 4, az. semi of fleurs de lis or, (France) 2 & 3, gu. 3 lions passant guardant or (England). Dugdale 1664, Coll. Arms.

Bedford

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Berkley

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Beuly

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Bewsher

(S.) Sacred memory of William Bewsher of Appleby who died March 4th 1817 aged 87, also of Jane his wife who died December 27th 1812 aged 79, both deeply and justly lamented, also of James eldest son of the above William and Jane who died I. May 19th 1838 in the 83rd years. of his age.

Birbeck

(S.) In a. R. George Birbeck who died May 22nd 1874 aged 69 years. Also of Eleanor his wife who died August 8th 1881 aged 75 years.

Birbeck

(S.) Sacred memory of John Birbeck, hair-dresser, Appleby who died August the 5th 1868 aged 62 years. , also Ann his wife who died February 20th 1849 aged 43 years. , also Thomas their son who died in infancy.

Bird

(E.) In memory of John Bird of Drybeck who died October l0th 1828 aged 81 years. & of Isabella his wife who died July 28th 1829 aged 83 years. , also of Sarah wife of Thomas Bird their son who died April 28th 1830 aged 41 years. , also Jane his 2nd wife who died September . 22nd 1865 aged 66 years. , also Thomas Bird, husband of the above who died at Heights, February . 9th 1867 aged 84 years.

Bird

(E.) In affectionate remembrance of John Bird, late Superintendent of Police at Appleby who died April 15th 1861, aged 61 years. Also Elizabeth his wife who died August 29th 1864 aged 72 years. Also Thomas their son who died at Bishop Auckland December 28th 1871, aged 38 years.

Birkbeck

(S.) Anne Birkbeck 1667, Oct. 31. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703.)

Boak

(E.) Have Faith in God. In affectionate remembrance of John Boak who died at Colby February 4th 1868 aged 73 years. Mary his wife who died August 31st 1877 aged 82 years. Also of Joseph Wilson of Colby who died Oct. 11th 1883 aged 70 years.

Bowlerwell

(N.E.) Erected to loving memory John Bowlerwell, born Oct. 31st 1854 died April 29th 1885.

Bowness

(S. Brass on stone.) In memory of George Bowness of Appleby who died January 7th 1793 aged 65 years. , also in m. Bridget Bowness, wife of the above who died the l0th of August 1795 at Hammonds & was buried at Sandridge Churchyard near St. Albans, Herts. aged 61 years.

Bowness

(S.) Here lies the Body of Robert Bowness the son of John & Mary Bowness who died the 28th of February 1767 aged 22 years. John Bowness died the 20th of January 1768 aged 69.

Bradley

(N.E.) In affectionate remembrance of Cowper Dixon Bradley who died at Southport, Lancashire 9th August 1867 aged 25 years. , a!so of Mary his sister, the wife of Isaac Teasdale Carlisle who fell asleep in Jesus 28th November 1871 aged 27 years.

Braidley

(S. Chancel Aisle). Here lies ye body of Mrs. Margt Mounsey, wife of Mr. Thomas Mounsey; & daughter of Mr. George Braidley late of Nether Hoff who died ye 7th of June 1735 aged 58. Mr. Thomas Mounsey died September 16th 1743 aged 61.

Braithwaite

(Mid Aisle, floor, brass). Thomas Carleton Gent, Dy'd the 30th December 1731, aged 72. Mr. Robert Carleton his Second Son Dy'd the 16th Octob. 1720, aged 33. Mrs. Dorothy Braithwaite his eldest Daughter Dy'd 29th April 1731, aged 43. (from Reverend c. B. Norcliffe).

Briggs

(In. W). Sacred memory of Robert Robertson late of this place, solicitor. He died February 23d 1813 aged 68 years. also of Mary his wife who died Augst 31st 1821 aged 70 years. & of their nephew Thomas Briggs Esqr the deputy sheriff of the county for 8 years. . he died 29th September 1833 in the 54th years. of his age.

Bromflete

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Bromflete

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Brown

(N .E.) In affectionate remembrance of Isabella the beloved wife of James Brown of Scattergate who died April 5th 1879, aged 45 years. Also of Edward their son who died May 13th 1868, aged 3 years.

Brunskill

(E.) In memory of Ann Brunskill of Nether Hoff who died August 3rd 1848 aged 22 years. also Elizabeth Brunskill who died April 3rd 1853 aged 17 years. Agnes Jackson wife of Thomas Jackson died Oct. 26, 1854 aged 22 years. Elizabeth their daughter died November IIth 1853 aged 6 w. John their son died in October 1854 aged I day, also of Anthony Brunskill, father to the above named children, 3 daughters, namely Ann, Elizabeth & Agnes. He died March 25th 1857 aged 62 years. Also of Elizabeth his widow who died June; 23rd 1857 aged 59 years.

Brunskill

(E.) Sacred memory of Dorothy Brunskill who died I. February . 29th 1862 aged 62 years.

Buckton

(S.) To the memory of Ann, wife of John Hammond, Esq., of the Fryory who died I. Janry. 11th 1833 aged 63, also to her brother Mr. Thomas Buckton who died November . the 24th 1790 aged 19.

Cant

(E.) Sacred memory of John Cant who died May 9th 1856 aged 61 years. , also of Mary Cant his Ist wife who died August 4th 1837 aged 31 years. , also of Jane Cant his 2nd wife who died March 13th 1861 aged 50 years. , also of John his son who died July 5th 1868 aged 31th years. (sic)., also of Mary his daughter who died January 27th 1872 aged 30th years. (sic).

Carde

(E.) In memory of William Carde of Burnham in Somersetshire, who died at Appleby 20 February 1847 aged 58 years. , also of Ruth Carde, wife of the above & relict of Daniel Mitchell of London, who died at Fleet- wood 27 August 1862 aged 68 years.

Carleton

(E.) In memory of William Carde of Burnham in Somersetshire, who died at Appleby 20 February 1847 aged 58 years. , also of Ruth Carde, wife of the above & relict of Daniel Mitchell of London, who died at Fleet- wood 27 August 1862 aged 68 years.

Carleton

(Mid Aisle, floor, brass). Thomas Carleton Gent, Dy'd the 30th December 1731, aged 72. Mr. Robert Carleton his Second Son Dy'd the 16th Octob. 1720, aged 33. Mrs. Dorothy Braithwaite his eldest Daughter Dy'd 29th April 1731, aged 43. (from Reverend c. B. Norcliffe).

Carlisle

(N.E.) In affectionate remembrance of Cowper Dixon Bradley who died at Southport, Lancashire 9th August 1867 aged 25 years. , a!so of Mary his sister, the wife of Isaac Teasdale Carlisle who fell asleep in Jesus 28th November 1871 aged 27 years.

Carmalt

E.) In memory of of Thomas Carmalt of Appleby who died April 23rd 1818 aged 73 years. , also Sarah his wife who died November . 28th, 1829 aged 80 years. , also Mary their daughter who died March 21st 1800 aged 18 years.

Carr

(S.) Sacred memory of Thomas Carr of Appleby who died I. March 9th 1811 aged 46 (?) years. , also of Grace Carr his wife who departed this life April 17th 1831 aged 70 years.

Chapelhow

(S.) Sacred memory of John Chapelhow of Appleby, who died the 28th March, 1825 aged 41 years.

Chatterley

(N.E.) In memory of William . Chatterley who died March 23, 1850 aged 47 years. , also his wife Sarah who died January 5th 1870 aged 66 years.

Clarke

(N.E.) In loving memory Ellen the beloved wife of John Clarke colour-sergeant R.W.M. & of the 17th Regt. of Foot who died at Appleby January 22nd 1869 aged 43 years. Also of Sarah Louisa their daughter who died March 21St 1866, aged 6 w. Thy Will be done.

Clarke

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Clifford

(N.E.) In Memory of Mary, wife of Joseph Clifford who died at Appleby January 17th, 1879 aged 69 years.

Clifford

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Clifford

(Brass coffin plate* in vault.) The body of ye most noble vertuous and religious Lady Anne Covntess Dowager of Pembroke, Dorset and Montgomery Daughter and sole Heir to ye late Right Honoble. George Clifford Earl of Cumberland, Baroness Clifford Westmerland and Vescy, Lady of ye honour of Skipton in Craven, and high Sheriffess, by inheritance, of ye county of Westmerland, who departed This life in Her castle of Bougham in ye county ye 22 th March, 1675, Havin Attain’d ye age of 86 years The 30 th January before.

Clifford

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Clifford

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Compton

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Cooper

(S. W). In memory of Thomas Kersey, yeoman, of Colby, who died June 21 1835 aged 45 years. Mary Ann his Daughter who died February 12 1850 aged 33 years. Sarah his daughter who. died November 18 1866 Aged 35 years. Also in m. John, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Cooper of Colby who died March 2,1361 aged 19 years. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. Also of the above Elizabeth late Beloved wife of Thomas Cooper who died November 22, 1864 aged 65 years. having a desire to depart and be with Christ, which is far better.

Corrie

(S. W). To the memory of Thomas Teasdale of Colby, who died I. on the 20th July 1822, aged 73 years. Also Isabella Graham, Daughter of the above who died I. May 17th 1825, aged 40 years. Also Alice Teasdale who died I. February 6th, 1827, aged 28 years. William Teasdale died April 22nd, 1835, aged 39 years. Also Betty, widow of the above Thomas Teasdale died March 14th 1845, aged 80 years. Hannah Corrie their daughter, who died July 5th, 1854, aged 49 years.

Coulstone

(E). In memory of Matthew Coulstone Junr. who died May 29, 1853, aged 27 years. also Isabella his daughter who died April 23rd 1857 aged 6 years. 7 m. also Mary Ann his daughter who died July 11th 1857 aged 3 years. 11 m. Ere sin could blight or sorrow fade, Death came with friendly care, The opening buds to heaven convey'd, And bade them blossom there.

Cumberland

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Cumberland

(Brass coffin plate* in vault.) The body of ye most noble vertuous and religious Lady Anne Covntess Dowager of Pembroke, Dorset and Montgomery Daughter and sole Heir to ye late Right Honoble. George Clifford Earl of Cumberland, Baroness Clifford Westmerland and Vescy, Lady of ye honour of Skipton in Craven, and high Sheriffess, by inheritance, of ye county of Westmerland, who departed This life in Her castle of Bougham in ye county ye 22 th March, 1675, Havin Attain’d ye age of 86 years The 30 th January before.

Cumberland

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Cumberland

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Cussons

(N .E). I lay me down to rest. In loving memory Sarah wife of Martin Cussons born Oct. 1st 1824 died February 26th 1883.

Dacre

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Dalton

(E). In loving memory Joseph Dalton third son of John & Margaret Dalton of Bank End who died September 25th 1884 aged 34 years. In the midst of life we are in death. J .D., 1884.

Darby

(S. Aisle). Here Iyes buryed Isabel the wife of John Darby, Jun 10 1689. (Bp. Nic. Visit, 1703).

Darby

(S. Aisle). John Darby Servant of the Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Thannat departed this life the 26th day of April 1696. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Dargue

(N.E). In memory of John Dargue who died on the 3rd of July 1867 aged 75 years. His end was peace. Also of Elizabeth his wife who died on the 25th of August 1879 aged 75 years.

Dargue

(N.E). In affectionate remembrance of John Dargue who died June 5th 1884 aged 19 years. Also of Dorothy Dawson who died April 23rd 1881 aged 67 years.

Dargue

(Near the Font). Here lyes the Body of William Dargue Servant to the Right Honorable Thomas Earl of Thanet who dyed the Fifth day of December Anno Dom. 1685. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Davyes

(N .E). In memory of Parkin Davyes of Appleby who died September 12, 1864, aged 70 years. also of Hannah Davyes his widow who died August 20th 1871 aged 60 years.

Dawson

(E). I.H.S. In affectionate remembrance of Elizabeth wife of James Dawson of Appleby who died on the 15th day of January 1875 aged 54 years. Walter Dawson, their son, died 27th December 1863 aged 2 years. & 7 m. Also of John Dawson their son, who died November . 25th 1874 aged 14 years. & 9 m. Also the above James Dawson who died July 25th 1884 aged 65.

Dawson

(N.E). In memory of Thomas Dawson of Appleby, who died 16 August 1811 aged 73 years. and of Mary his wife, who died 30 June 1830 aged 80 years. and also of Elizabeth their daughter who died 14 August 1864 aged 74 years. also Sarah Dawson, grand-daughter and niece of the above who died July I, 1867, in the 67 years. of her age.

Deane

(N. Aisle W. floor, brass). Here Iyes interr’d the body of Richd. Deane who departed this life the 4th day of May anno Domini 1727 in the 62d years. of his age, who was at that time and for many years before one of the body called the sixteen or Common Councill of the Ancient Borough of Appleby. Also by him Iyes his wife Mary Deane who only surviv'd him 9 m. and 29 days. She died I. the 3d day of March 1727-8 in the 67th years. of. her age, they lived together upwards of 40 years. and saw a Plentlfull issue.

Dent

(S. W). In memory of Ann wife of Philip Dent of Colby who died ]anry 30th 1812 aged 59 years. Also of George their son who died May the 20th 1825 aged 9. Also of Mary their Daughter who died March 5th 1807 aged 22. Also of Philip their son who died November 28th 1813 aged 21. Also of Philip Dent who died (18)17 . . . . aged 67.

Dent

(E). In memory of Bridget late beloved wife of Adam Dent of this town who died July 22 1853 aged 29 years. She loved but reached a higher love, Lured by the grace Divine, And though removed she lives above, Where love shall ne'er decline. Sarah daur of the above who died an infant, also Anthony Dent their nephew who died April 18, 1833 aged 26 years.

Dent

(Mid. Aise) . George Dent, buryed the 5th day of May Anno Do. 1693, aged 26 years. In bed of Earth, there must our bodies sleep, Till our Redeemerer comes to awake his Sheep ; Whose glorious Voice shall then his Saints upraise To their eternal joy, to sound his endless praise. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Dent

(Mid. A isle, floor). Jane the wife of George Dent buried here the 7th day of March Anno Domini 1695. George Dent, Bury'd November . 4th, 1717. (per Reverend C. B. Norcliffe).

Dent

(Mid. Aisle). Isabel Dent buryed the 24th of April Anno Do. 1687, being 5 years. & half of Age. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Dent

(E). Prepare to meet thy God. Sacred memory of Maria, relict of Nicholas Dent Esq., of King's Meaburn who died December . 15th 18 . . also of . . . daughter of the above Marie and Nicholas Dent who died March . . . y . . . (Widow, 1806 at Appleby C.B.N.)

Dent

(E). In memory of Nicholas Dent late Captain and Adjutant Royal Westmoreland Militia who died 8th November . 1832, also of Jane Elizabeth his widow who died 28th December 1871.

Dent

(S). Here lies the Body of Mr. Anthony Parkin who departed this life the first day of October 1730 ætatis suæ 45. Near this place lies Mrs. Jane Dent who died the 7th of March 1731 aged 26. Mrs. Elizth. Parkin, wife of Mr. Anty Parkin died July ye 27th 1736 aged 57. Mrs. Mary Parkin daughter of Mr. Anty & Elizth. died October 5th 1737 aged 22.

Dickson

(E). Sacred memory of James Dickson formerly Architect at Appleby Castle, who died at Conney Garth 18th September . 187Z aged 58 years. Also Margaret Scott his wife eldest daughter of the late Robert Scott cattle dealer, Darnick. Also John their only son who died at Conney Garth 28th Jany 1875 aged 21 years. Also their daughter Elizabeth wife of Ralph Scott who died at Morpeth Oct. 1863 aged 25 years. Mary wife of John Richardson who died at Whinfell 27th February 1877 aged 26 years. and Hannah who died at Appleby 27th Jany 1854 aged 7 years.

Dinwoodie

(E). In memory of John Herd of Appleby who died August l0th 1827 aged 54 years. also Sarah his wife who died February 23rd 1856 aged 78 years. & Sarah their daughter who died April 12th 1822 aged 6 years. & Hannah their daughter who died Oct. 31st. 1847 aged 35 years. also Robert, son of F. Memory of Dinwoodie surgeon, of Appleby who died March 3rd 1857 aged 18 years. also William . son of the above F. Memory of Dinwoodie who died June 6th 1866 aged 20 years. In memory of Lawrence Adamson Esq. who died April Ist. 1848 aged 45 years. also F. Memory of Dinwoodie who died Ju!y 13th 1865 aged 52 years.

Dixon

(N.E). In affectionate remembrance of Bella Dixon, widow of the late Mr. John Dixon of Kirkby Stephen who died on the 27th January 1864 aged 95 years. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.

Dodgson

(E). To the memory of Matthew Dodgson who died September 12th 1814 aged 58 years. Mary his wife died Octr I4th 1806 aged 44. John their son died September 24th 1813 aged 13, also John Taylor brother to the above Mary died April 17th 182O aged 51 years. (Other Side). In memory of Thomas Dodgson of Appleby who died I. .August I4th 1853 aged 57 years. Frances their daughter who died 9 day of May 1862 aged 37 years. Jeremiah their son who died 11 day April 1862 aged 31 years.

Dodgson

(N.E). In affectionate remembrance of Thomas Dodgson of Appleby who died June 18th 1877 aged 60 years. Also of Mary daughter of the above who died August 15th 1884 aged 31 years.

Dodgson

(E). In memory of Thomas Robert son of John & Maria Dodgson of Appleby who died July 1, 1864 aged 16 m.

Dorset

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Dorset

(Brass coffin plate* in vault.) The body of ye most noble vertuous and religious Lady Anne Covntess Dowager of Pembroke, Dorset and Montgomery Daughter and sole Heir to ye late Right Honoble. George Clifford Earl of Cumberland, Baroness Clifford Westmerland and Vescy, Lady of ye honour of Skipton in Craven, and high Sheriffess, by inheritance, of ye county of Westmerland, who departed This life in Her castle of Bougham in ye county ye 22 th March, 1675, Havin Attain’d ye age of 86 years The 30 th January before.

Dorset

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Dorset

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Drennan

(N.E). In I.r. Sergt. Major Drennan of the Appleby troop W. & C. years. C. (late of the 4th Hussars) who died I. Tuesday Oct. 27th 1885 aged 36 years. Thy will be done.

Dryden

(E). In I. .Andrew & Margaret Dryden's children of Appleby. Andrew died Octr 14th 1854 aged 8 years. William Douglas died December 11th 1859 aged 8 m. Mary Ann died May 28th 1872 aged 21 years. My God I am Thine, what a comfort divine What a blessing to know that my Jesus is mine. Also John Hogarth uncle to the above children, who died January 19th 1860 aged 39y.

Earl

(S. W). To the memory of Elizabeth the wife of William . Earl of Coulby who died I. February the 9th 1769 aged 66 . . .

Earl

(S. W). Here lies the Body of Jonathan Earl of Colby, who died I. May ye 14th 1757 aged 78 [18 ?] years.

Earl

(S. W). In memory of Mary, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Earl of Coulby who departed this life Novembr the 28th 1764 aged 22. Short was my Race, long Time may be my Rest. . . . . .

Eggleston

(S. W). In memory of Elizabeth wife of Robert Kindley of Catterlen in Cumberland, died at Colby December 16, 1854 aged 67 years. also Robert, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eggleston, who died November 30, 1863 aged 4 years.

Fauset

(E.) In memory of Jane Gill who died March 26 1845 aged 21 years. , and we all do fade as a leaf. Also in m. Robert Fauset of Appleby, plumber, one of the common councilmen of the borough of Appleby, who died 28 February 1865, aged 57 years.

Fawcett

(N..E.) Sacred memory of Richard Fawcett of Appleby who died May 20th 1881 aged 78 years. Thy will be done. Atkinson Fawcett son of the above, died at Burrells May 13th 1867 aged 4 years. Feed my Iambs.

Ferris

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Fitz Peter

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Flint

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Froxmere

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Fulton

(N .E.) In affectionate remembrance of Isabella Braithwaite Fulton died October 12th 1865 aged 28 years.

Gate

(E.) Here Iyeth interred the Body of Thomas Gate of Appleby Batchlour who departed this life the 27th day of February in the 73d years. of his Age, 1700. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703.)

Gibson

(N.E.) In memory of John Uibson of Colby Mill who died 20th September . 1879 aged 64 years. Also of Margaret his wife who died 22nd December 1876 aged 62y.

Gibson

(E.) In memory of Margaret Gibson daughter of Matthew & Sarah Gibson of Appleby who died the 9th day of September, 1828, aged 29 years.

Gill

(E.) In memory of Jane Gill who died March 26 1845 aged 21 years. , and we all do fade as a leaf. Also in m. Robert Fauset of Appleby, plumber, one of the common councilmen of the borough of Appleby, who died 28 February 1865, aged 57 years.

Graham

(S. W). To the memory of Thomas Teasdale of Colby, who died I. on the 20th July 1822, aged 73 years. Also Isabella Graham, Daughter of the above who died I. May 17th 1825, aged 40 years. Also Alice Teasdale who died I. February 6th, 1827, aged 28 years. William Teasdale died April 22nd, 1835, aged 39 years. Also Betty, widow of the above Thomas Teasdale died March 14th 1845, aged 80 years. Hannah Corrie their daughter, who died July 5th, 1854, aged 49 years.

Gregson

(S.) Here lieth the body of Margaret, the wife of Richard Gregson Who died Augt. The . . .

Hall

(N. Aisle.) Sacred memory of George Hall of Appleby, attorney-at-Iaw & under-sheriff of this county obiit III February MDcccxxxviii. ann. aetat LI.

Hall

(E.) To the memory of John Hall of Hoff Rowe who died I. January 19th 1716 aged 109 years. , also John Hall his son who died September . 10th 1749 aged 86 years. , also John Hall of Hoff Rowe his grandson who died March 27th 1821 aged 101 years. (100, regr.)

Hall

(N.E.) Sacred memory of William Hall of Appleby died June 14th 1879 aged 48 years. ..

Hammond

(S.) To the memory of Ann, wife of John Hammond, Esq., of the Fryory who died I. Janry. 11th 1833 aged 63, also to her brother Mr. Thomas Buckton who died November . the 24th 1790 aged 19.

Hanson

(S. W.) Sacred memory of Joseph Hanson of Appleby who died July 15th 1818 aged 54 years. And of Edward Hanson, brother to the above who died February 8th 1853 aged 84 years. Also of Elizabeth his wife who died April 23rd 1850 aged 81 years. Also of James their son who died June 13th 1821 aged 21 years. And of Joseph their son who died January 19th 1835 aged 29. (Other side.) To the memory of William Mercer of Appleby who died August 22nd 1849 aged 46 years. And of Ann his wife daughter of Edward & Elizabeth Hanson who died April 29th 1849 aged 46 years. Also of Edward son of the above William Mercer who died January 18th 1839 aged 25 years.

Hanson

(S. W .) Obiit Samuel Hanson from Coulby; the 21st day of December 1759 aged 84, likewise his son James Hanson aged 63, 1773.

Hardy

(S. W .) Obiit Samuel Hanson from Coulby; the 21st day of December 1759 aged 84, likewise his son James Hanson aged 63, 1773.

Harland

(S.) In memory of Elizabeth Harland the beloved wife of Mr. William . Harland who died March 15th 1862, aged 37 years. "The Lord gave & the Lord hath taken a\vay, blessed be the name of the Lord," also Harry Pickwood Harland, son of the above died April 29th, 1862 aged 13 w. "Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."

Harrison

(E). Inm. George Harrison, Esq. alderman of this Borough who died July 18th A.D. 1824 aged 74, also of Ann Harrison his wife daughter of Danl. Robinson Esq. who died March 23rd 1812, aged 59. As a last tribute of duty & gratitude to tender & virtuous parents this tablet is inscribed by their surviving daughters Ann & Jane with affectionate regret. " Sorrowful but not without hope."

Harrison

(S.) To the memory of John Harrison who died . . . .

Harrison

(N.E.) In memory of John Harrison of Ivy House, Appleby, who died on the 16th day of December 1869 aged 41 years.

Harrison

(S.) To the memory of Mary the wife of Chris. Harrison who died ye 2d of August 1782 aged 66 ys. Robert the son of Thomas & Margt. Harrison who died ye Ist of February 1795 aged 3 ys. Chris. Harrison who died ye 6th of February . 1799 aged 81 ys., also to the memory of Thomas Harrison who died March 20th 1830 aged 78 years. Margaret Harrison wife of the above-named Thomas who died January 21st 1833 aged 79 years. , the last-named Thomas & Margt. died at Crackenthorpe Hall, also Christopher Harrison their son who died at Bongate April 27th, 1853, aged 72 years. deeply lamented.

Heelis

(No Chancel A isle.) In memory of Thomas Heelis of Appleby Castle, under-sheriff for the County of Westmorland & an alderman of this borough who died June 8th 1806 aged 78. Ann his wife died November 21 1765 aged 28. Mary their daughter died September 5, I770 aged 10. Ann his second wife died August 26, 1779 aged 37. Isabella his 3rd wife died Apr. 28, 1795 aged 43. Richard Heelis Memory of D. his son, by Ann his second wife died May 12, 1806 aged 32. This monument was erected by the Reverend John Heelis, son of the above named Thomas Heelis & Ann his Ist wife, Ann daughter of the above named John Heelis & Jane his wife, died Apr. 6, 1810 aged 16. Jane their daughter died Apr. 18, 1810 aged 6. Loraine their son died Apr. 15, 1811 aged 2. Sarah Isabella their daughter died November I, 1823 aged 18. William their son died at Silsden, December 4th 1840 & was interred at Skipton in Craven aged 39. The Reverend . John Heelis Memory of A. above named, formerly rector of the parishes of Brougham & Dufton in this county died 8th July A.D. 1843 in the 80th years. of his age. Jane his wife died Ist February, 1853 aged 85. Reverend Richard Heelis Memory of A. Rector (Perp. Cur. C.B.N.) of Silsden, Yorkshire, who died at Nice, France, on the 29th March 1865 aged 57. John Heelis of Appleby solicitor who died on the 30th March 1869 aged 72. Thomas Heelis of Skipton, solicitor who died on the 30th May 1878, aged 83. Reverend Edward Heelis Memory of A. Honorary Canon of Carlisle & for 40 years Rector of Long Marton who died April 27th 1880 aged 84. Robert Heelis Memory of R.C.S. & L.A.C. who died at Brighton Sussex on the Ist August 1880, aged 80. Sons of the above John & Jane Heelis.

Herbert

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Herbert

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Herd

(E). In memory of John Herd of Appleby who died August l0th 1827 aged 54 years. also Sarah his wife who died February 23rd 1856 aged 78 years. & Sarah their daughter who died April 12th 1822 aged 6 years. & Hannah their daughter who died Oct. 31st. 1847 aged 35 years. also Robert, son of F. Memory of Dinwoodie surgeon, of Appleby who died March 3rd 1857 aged 18 years. also William . son of the above F. Memory of Dinwoodie who died June 6th 1866 aged 20 years. In memory of Lawrence Adamson Esq. who died April Ist. 1848 aged 45 years. also F. Memory of Dinwoodie who died Ju!y 13th 1865 aged 52 years.

Herrington

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Hewitson

(S). In memory of John Hewitson of Appleby who died November 28th 1815 aged 80 years. also I.sabella his wife who died April 16th 1811 aged 78 years. also Francis their son who died AprIl 12th 1811 aged 34 years. also John their son who died April 26th 1811 aged 40 years. also William . their son who died November 3rd 1843 aged 79 years. & Sarah his wife who died September 3rd 1852 aged 77 years. also Isabe!la their died who died March 22nd 1823 aged 27 wks.

Hill

(S. Aisle). In the adjoining churchyard are deposited the remains of John Hill of Castlebank in this parish Esqre who died in the years. 1829 aged 78 & of Margaret. his wife who died in the years. 1839 aged 79, also of their four children, Mary who was born in the years. 1794 & died in the years. 1797, William who was born in the years. 1796 & died in the years. 1812, & Hugh who died in early infancy in the years. 1800 & John Hill Junr. Esqre Memory of A. who died unmarried in the years. 1861 aged 64. In the years. 1855 he filled the office of High Sheriff for the county of Westmorland & both he and his father were magistrates & Deputy Lieutenants of the same county, & also aldermen of the Corporation of Appleby.

Hill

(Font). To the glory of God, and in m. John Hill, late of Castle Bank, Appeby, barrister-at-law, alderman of the ancient borough of Appleby, J.P. for the county of Westmorland, and formerly High Sheriff, the last male descendant of the family of Hill of Cracken- thorpe, this font is erected by Ann Newell Hill, the sole survivor of the family.

Hill

(S. W). Here lies ye body of Thomas sn of F . . . . . (?) and Bra (?) Hill of Coulby who died 7ber 29th 174 - Ad (for Aged ?) 10.

Hodgson

(S). In memory of George Hodgson of Appleby innkeeper, who died I. August the 14th 1830 aged 38 years. also 2 of his daughters who died in their infancy, also Christopher Parkin Hodgson, son of George and Frances Hodgson who died May 4th 1837 aged 14 years. also of Frances wife of the above George Hodgson who died I. March the 14th 1852 aged 60 years.

Hoggarth

(E). In I. .Andrew & Margaret Dryden's children of Appleby. Andrew died Octr 14th 1854 aged 8 years. William Douglas died December 11th 1859 aged 8 m. Mary Ann died May 28th 1872 aged 21 years. My God I am Thine, what a comfort divine What a blessing to know that my Jesus is mine. Also John Hogarth uncle to the above children, who died January 19th 1860 aged 39y.

Horn

(E). In I. remembrance of Marie Rose Frances wife of John Horn of Appleby, who died June 11th 1884 aged 55 years. Absent from the body, present with the Lord.

Horn

(E). In memory of Elizabeth daughter of James & C. Horn, Bridge st., who died July l0th 1872 in her 19th years. Thy will be done. Also Mark Eleanor & Fanny who died in infancy. Also of Caroline their mother who died December 18th 1884 aged 54 years. Her end was Peace.

Howson

(N.E). Sacred memory of the Reverend William . Howson Memory of A. late of Kensal Green London who died at Appleby May 30th 1878 aged 35 years. I shall be satisfied when I awake with thy likeness.

Huddart

(N .E). Affectionately dedicated to the memory of Elizabeth Huddart who died June 8th 1871 aged 60 years. We spend Our years. as a tale that is told.

Hudspith

(N.E) In affectionate remembrance of William . James. Hudspith who died March 3rd 1866 aged 2r years. Also of Mary Ann his sister who died December 15th 1876 aged 36 years. And of Joseph Hudspith their father who died September 8th 1877 aged 62 years. Also Mary Ann his wife who died 30th July aged 71 years.

Hunter

(S.) To the memory of John Hunter of Hoff Row, who died Ist of September 1793 aged 74, also Jane Hunter, wife of John Hunter who died 16th of April 1810 aged 85 years. Ann their Daughter who died 26th of August 1777 aged 23, Ruth their daughter who died 2d of November 1779 aged 20, Hannah their daughter who died 30th of March 1782 aged 18. (Other Side). In memory of George son of Richard & Bridget Hunter of Hoff Row who died May 16th 1841 aged 41 years. , Richard Hunter son of John Hunter who died 15th of March 1806 aged 83. Also of Bridget his wife who died March 27th 1845 aged 81 years. Henry Hunter his son died January 14th 1812 aged 9. John Hunter died May 6th 1816 aged 23. Also Jane Hunter who died I. June Ist 1818 aged 22.

Hutchinson

(S). Sacred memory of William Hutchinson of Appleby who died 16th of February 1811 aged 76, also of Nancy his wife, who died 7th of March 1811 aged 66 and of their 4 daughters.

Ionson

(S). To the memory of Jane Adams wife of William Adams late of his Majesty's 17th Regiment of Foot, daughter of Thomas and Frances Ionson of Appleby, she was a truly affectionate wife, a tender mother, a sincere friend, and benevolent to all, she travell'd with her husband thro' divers parts of N. and S. America, the W. Indies and Canada, and has here, in the land of her nativity, resigned her Dust to dust, to await the raising of the just, she departed life the 1st Augst 1781, aged 45 years. As near her grave in silent grief we stood, And o'er her coffin poured the pious flood, While every bosom heaved the tender sigh, And plenteous sorrow flowed from every eye Musing, I said, Why all this idle woe, Why mourn for her who fled from grief below. Pitied the weakness of our well meant love And shares the Baptism of the soul above. No more my Soul this tender grief upbraid 'Tis the soft tribute to the worthy paid. Pour then ye friends your sorrow o'er her bier Your grief is . . . for it flows sincere ; You shew your virtue in each tear you shed Who knew her living must lament her dead.

J

(N. Aisle). J. J. 1689. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Jackson

(E.) In memory of Ann Brunskill of Nether Hoff who died August 3rd 1848 aged 22 years. also Elizabeth Brunskill who died April 3rd 1853 aged 17 years. Agnes Jackson wife of Thomas Jackson died Oct. 26, 1854 aged 22 years. Elizabeth their daughter died November IIth 1853 aged 6 w. John their son died in October 1854 aged I day, also of Anthony Brunskill, father to the above named children, 3 daughters, namely Ann, Elizabeth & Agnes. He died March 25th 1857 aged 62 years. Also of Elizabeth his widow who died June; 23rd 1857 aged 59 years.

Jackson

(S). She bloomed, she pined, and died. Ah! what is Life! but Immortality ensues, Vale! Maria, Vale ! sed non Pontus ubique intervenit, obiit Memory of J. ætat. 18. A.D. 1791. The tears of a Mother and Brother. [ " 1791, September 5, Mary daughter of Elizabeth Jackson widow, buried, aged 18." Par. Reg ] .

Jackson

(N.E). In affectionate remembrance of Dorothy wife of John Jackson of Bridge end Bongate, who died August 15th 1884 aged 61 years.

Jackson

(N.E). S. nl. Henry Jackson of Colby Lane, Appleby who died December l0th 1870 aged 80 years. also of Thomas Jackson his son, late of Dufton who died the 16th of Janry 1871 aged 56 years.

Jackson

(E). Here Iyeth the Body of Mr. Richard Jackson once School master of Appleby, who departed this Natural Life the three & twentee day of March Anno Domini 1685. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Jackson

(S. W). Erected To the memory of Bridget Watson of Colby who died December 21, 1815 aged 80 years. , John Jackson of Colby who died June 21, 1813 aged 58 years. Grace their Daughter died an infant, John their Son died July 10, 1833 aged 42 years.

Jamson

(S). In memory of John Jamson who died . .th January 1795, Mary the wife of John Jamson who departed life March the 17th 1797.

Kersey

(S.W). To the memory of Thomas Kersey of Colby who departed this life November .13th 1816 aged 55. Also Ann his daughter who died May 26th 1833 aged 27 years.

Kersey

(S. W). In memory of Thomas Kersey, yeoman, of Colby, who died June 21 1835 aged 45 years. Mary Ann his Daughter who died February 12 1850 aged 33 years. Sarah his daughter who. died November 18 1866 Aged 35 years. Also in m. John, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Cooper of Colby who died March 2,1361 aged 19 years. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. Also of the above Elizabeth late Beloved wife of Thomas Cooper who died November 22, 1864 aged 65 years. having a desire to depart and be with Christ, which is far better.

Kindley

(S. W). In memory of Elizabeth wife of Robert Kindley of Catterlen in Cumberland, died at Colby December 16, 1854 aged 67 years. also Robert, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Eggleston, who died November 30, 1863 aged 4 years.

Knipe

(E). Sacred memory of William . son of William . and Mary Knipe of Appleby who died the 16th of June 1806 aged 10 w. Mary their daughter died the 25th of August 1819 in the 18th y of her age. Hannah their 2nd daughter died the 15th of February 1824 in the 18th years. of her age. Mary, wife of William . Knipe died December 5, 1828 aged 56 years. William . Knipe died February 8, 1844 aged 67 years.

Lawson

(N.E). In memory of Ann the beloved wife of William Lawson of Appleby who died November 16th 1868 aged 61 years. Also of the above William Lawson who died Oct. 13th 1885 in the 88th years. of his age.

Lawson

(S.W). Sacred memory of William Lawson, innkeeper, Appleby, who died August 8th 1820 aged 75 y Ann his wife who died January 16th 1822 aged 61 years. William their son who died Janry 20th 1816 aged 26 years. Robert their son who died Augst 7th 1853 aged 57 years.

Lloyd

(Choir). Alies Lloyd. deceased Apr. 6, 1701. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Longrigg

(N.E). In memory of John Longrigg youngest son of John & Margarett Longrigg who died February 21st 1868 aged 13.

Longrigg

(N.E). In loving memory Margaret wife of John Longrigg of Appleby born June 25th 1818 died March 11th 1884. Also of Dean Longrigg, Surgeon, their son born September 6, 1845 died August 22, 1883 who ,was interred at Plaxtol, Kent.

Lowther

(Choir). C. L. 1692. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703). [Buried 4 September Parish Register ]

Lowther

Arms, or 6 annulets 3, 2, 1, sa. (Lowther). Hill MSS. I. 161, citing Machell.

Mac Donald

(S. Chancel Aisle). This window was inserted in m. Hugh Parkin Esq. son of James & Phi1lis Parkin of this borough, born at Appleby 20th Mar. 1753 died at Skirsgi1l 29th April 1838. Also of Sarah Margaret his wife daughter of Wi1liam Macdowa1l Esq. born 7th December 1770, died 16 June 1858.

Macdowall

(S. Chancel Aisle). This window was inserted in m. Hugh Parkin Esq. son of James & Phi1lis Parkin of this borough, born at Appleby 20th Mar. 1753 died at Skirsgi1l 29th April 1838. Also of Sarah Margaret his wife daughter of Wi1liam Macdowa1l Esq. born 7th December 1770, died 16 June 1858.

Machell

(N. window seen in 1855, since disappeared). Arms :--4ly 1 & 4, sa: 3 greyhounds courant collared ar. ; 2 & 3, ermine, fretty gu. chief of last, (& then put in wrong i.e. Thornburgh 1 & 4 Machell 2 & 3 with dogs running to sinister. See E. died N. alph. & Dugdale's Church Notes 1664 West. Visit. C. 39, 2nd cal. 2, Coll. Arms, which last gives it Machell impaling Thornburgh, as also does Hill .MSS. I. 161.

Mackintosh

(E). In affectionate remembrance of Ann Mackintosh of Appleby Hospital who died July 30th 1875 aged 94 years. In the Lord put I my trust.

Mercer

(S. W.) Sacred memory of Joseph Hanson of Appleby who died July 15th 1818 aged 54 years. And of Edward Hanson, brother to the above who died February 8th 1853 aged 84 years. Also of Elizabeth his wife who died April 23rd 1850 aged 81 years. Also of James their son who died June 13th 1821 aged 21 years. And of Joseph their son who died January 19th 1835 aged 29. (Other side.) To the memory of William Mercer of Appleby who died August 22nd 1849 aged 46 years. And of Ann his wife daughter of Edward & Elizabeth Hanson who died April 29th 1849 aged 46 years. Also of Edward son of the above William Mercer who died January 18th 1839 aged 25 years.

Milner

(E). Here lies the body of the Reverend Joseph Milner Memory of A., vicar of this Parish born September 3rd 1793 died November 28th 1864. S. also to the beloved m. of Mary Milner wife of the Reverend Joseph Milner Memory of A., Vicar of Appleby born November 12, 1797 died May10, 1863.

Milner

(Porch). Sacred memory of Wilberforce Milner who died May 20, 1838 aged one w. 1863 aged 52 years.

Mitchell

(E.) In memory of William Carde of Burnham in Somersetshire, who died at Appleby 20 February 1847 aged 58 years. , also of Ruth Carde, wife of the above & relict of Daniel Mitchell of London, who died at Fleet- wood 27 August 1862 aged 68 years.

Moffatt

(E). In memory of John Moffat who died at Hoff Lunn on the 22 day of June

Montgomery

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Montgomery

(Brass coffin plate* in vault.) The body of ye most noble vertuous and religious Lady Anne Covntess Dowager of Pembroke, Dorset and Montgomery Daughter and sole Heir to ye late Right Honoble. George Clifford Earl of Cumberland, Baroness Clifford Westmerland and Vescy, Lady of ye honour of Skipton in Craven, and high Sheriffess, by inheritance, of ye county of Westmerland, who departed This life in Her castle of Bougham in ye county ye 22 th March, 1675, Havin Attain’d ye age of 86 years The 30 th January before.

Moses

(E). Sacred memory of Joseph Moses who died October 12, 1852 aged 73 years. also Mary his wife who died May 2, 1852 aged 69 years. Her children arise up and call her blessed. PROVERBS.

Mounsey

(S. Chancel Aisle). Here lies ye body of Mrs. Margt Mounsey, wife of Mr. Thomas Mounsey; & daughter of Mr. George Braidley late of Nether Hoff who died ye 7th of June 1735 aged 58. Mr. Thomas Mounsey died September 16th 1743 aged 61.

Muschamp

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Musgrave

(N. Aisle, Window). Arms, 1. gu. 3 cushions erm. tasselled or (Redman) ; 2. az. 6 annulets 3, 2, 1, or (Musgrave). Dugdale, 1664, Coll. Arms, & Hill MSS.I. 161, citing Machell.

Nevill

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Neville

(E. window). Arms, 1, or lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2, gu. saltire ar. (Nevill) ; 3, az. semé of fleurs de lis, lion rampant or (Beaumont) ; 4, 41y 1 & 4, az. semi of fleurs de lis or, (France) 2 & 3, gu. 3 lions passant guardant or (England). Dugdale 1664, Coll. Arms.

Nicholson

(N.E). Erected in m. John Nicholson of Appleby who died March 23 1867 aged 43 years.

Nicholson

(E). John Nicholson of the Crown & Mitre Inn who departed this life on the 26th May 1854 aged 57 years. also Julia his wife who died 20th February 1858 aged 64 years. also Wi1liam their son who died 7th June 1858 aged 22 years. also James their son who died 25th June 1859 aged 32 years. also Mary their daughter who died 15th June 1860 aged 26 years. also of Anne their daughter who died 19 October 1871 aged 52 years. also Julia their daughter who died 2nd August 1872 aged 43 years.

Nicholson

(E). In memory of John Nicholson, the son of John and Hannah Nicholson of the Brewery, Appleby who died March 28th 1865 aged 20 years. also Thomas their son who died February 6th 1870 aged 21 years. also Anne their daughter who died August 20th 1870 aged 23 years. also the above named Hannah Nicholson who died Oct. 31st 1870 aged 50 years.

Noble

(E). Robert Noble Esq. Captain in his Majesty's Royal Navy died April the 18th 1803 aged 70 years.

Northampton

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Northhampton

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

O

(S. Aisle). Memory of O. 1686. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Parkin

(S). Here lies the Body of Mr. Anthony Parkin who departed this life the first day of October 1730 ætatis suæ 45. Near this place lies Mrs. Jane Dent who died the 7th of March 1731 aged 26. Mrs. Elizth. Parkin, wife of Mr. Anty Parkin died July ye 27th 1736 aged 57. Mrs. Mary Parkin daughter of Mr. Anty & Elizth. died October 5th 1737 aged 22.

Parkin

(S. Chancel Aisle). This window was inserted in m. Hugh Parkin Esq. son of James & Phi1lis Parkin of this borough, born at Appleby 20th Mar. 1753 died at Skirsgi1l 29th April 1838. Also of Sarah Margaret his wife daughter of Wi1liam Macdowa1l Esq. born 7th December 1770, died 16 June 1858.

Parkin

(S.. Chancel Aisle). In this vault lieth interred the body of James Parkin Esqr. Mayor of this Borough, who died the 2nd April 1794 aged 77 years.

Parkin

(S). In memory of Matthias Parkin of Appleby, who died October 23, 1862 aged 65 years. Agnes his wife who died July 19, 1860 aged 68 years. Matthias their son, who died March 7th 1829aged 5 m. George Thompson their son who died January 30, 1833 aged 3 years. Matthias their son who died in infancy January 29, 1833. George Thompson their son who died January 4, 1854 aged 18 years. Thomas their son who died April 16,. 1859 aged 32 years.

Parkin

(S. Chancel Aisle). Obiit Phillis the wife of James Parkin Esqr. Mayor, 29 September 1763 ætat 48.

Parkin

(S). Sacred memory of Sarah the wife of Christopher Parkin of Appleby, who died March 7th 1821 aged 56 years. , also James and Ann Parkin, son and daughter of the said Christopher and Sarah Parkin who died August 6th 1794, Ann aged 4 years. , James aged 1 years. , also Sarah Parkin, daughter of the said Christopher and Sarah Parkin who died March 20th 1812 aged 13 years. , also the above Christopher Parkin who died September 2nd 1827 aged 64 'y. .

Payne

(N.E). In memory of Robert Payne who died July 25th, 1870 aged 44 years. , and was interred at Warcop. Also David William his son w ho died January 4th 1876 aged 17 years.

Pearson

(E). In memory of Mary the wife of John Pearson of Appleby and Close House, she died December . 20, 1774 aged 50 years.

Pearson

(N.E). In m James Hamilton Ramsay who died January 17, 1872 aged 66 years. , also Louisa King Pearson who fell asleep September 29, 1873 aged 3 m.

Pembroke

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Pembroke

(Brass coffin plate* in vault.) The body of ye most noble vertuous and religious Lady Anne Covntess Dowager of Pembroke, Dorset and Montgomery Daughter and sole Heir to ye late Right Honoble. George Clifford Earl of Cumberland, Baroness Clifford Westmerland and Vescy, Lady of ye honour of Skipton in Craven, and high Sheriffess, by inheritance, of ye county of Westmerland, who departed This life in Her castle of Bougham in ye county ye 22 th March, 1675, Havin Attain’d ye age of 86 years The 30 th January before.

Pembroke

Ann, Countesse of Pembroke in anno 1655 repaired all this building.

Percival

(E). In memory of John Percival of Howgate Foot who died March 19th 1805 aged 82 years. , also Barbara his wife who died May 27 1812 aged 81 years. , also Jane, wife of John Percival junior, who died April 1st, 1811 aged 45 years. , also John their son who died December 15th 1818 aged 30 years. & 3 of their children who died in their infancy, also John Percival junior who died January 25th 1839 aged 75 years.

Percy

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Percy

(E. window). Arms, 1, or lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2, gu. saltire ar. (Nevill) ; 3, az. semé of fleurs de lis, lion rampant or (Beaumont) ; 4, 41y 1 & 4, az. semi of fleurs de lis or, (France) 2 & 3, gu. 3 lions passant guardant or (England). Dugdale 1664, Coll. Arms.

Perkins

(S). Sacred memory of John Perkins of Appleby who died December . 15th 1832 aged 77 years. , also James his son who died October 16th 1816 aged 13 years. , also of Agnes widow of the above John Perkins who died June 5th 1842 aged 76 years.

Phelps

(N.E). Enter in, Watch, Awake, Pray, Hold Fast, Fight. Erected in loving remembrance by his widow, Sacred memory of . the venerable William . Whitmarsh Phelps, Memory of A. Archdeacon and Canon of Carlisle and Vicar of this parish, born Oct. 1, 1797 died June 22, 1867. "I determined not to know anything among you save Jesus Christ and Him crucified. I Cor. II 2 v. Testifying repentance toward God and faith toward our Lord Jesus Christ. Acts XX,20. For, if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him, and so shall we ever be with the Lord. I Thess. IV, 14, 17. Grow in grace, and in the knowledge of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, to Him be glory both now and for ever. Amen." II Peter III 18.

Phillips

(S. Aisle). Sacred memory of Mary Anne Phillips only daughter of the Reverend William . Phillips, Memory of A. Vicar of this Parish by Anne his wife. She departed this life the 8th day of March 1799, in the 17th years. of her age. Sacred memory of the Reverend William . Phillips, Memory of A. 18 years. Vicar of this Parish. He died June 23d A.D. 1816 aged 65.

R

(S). To the memory of of Thomas [Ra]isbeck of Burrells who died . . . aged 45. [Buried 22 March 1695-6. Par. Reg].

R

(Mid. Aisle). A. R. 1696. (B. Nic. Visit.. 1703.) [Ann daughter Mr. John Robinson, of Appleby, buried 27th August 1696. Parish Register ]

Ramsay

(N.E). In m James Hamilton Ramsay who died January 17, 1872 aged 66 years. , also Louisa King Pearson who fell asleep September 29, 1873 aged 3 m.

Redman

(N. Aisle, Window). Arms, 1. gu. 3 cushions erm. tasselled or (Redman) ; 2. az. 6 annulets 3, 2, 1, or (Musgrave). Dugdale, 1664, Coll. Arms, & Hill MSS.I. 161, citing Machell.

Richardson

(E). Sacred memory of James Dickson formerly Architect at Appleby Castle, who died at Conney Garth 18th September . 187Z aged 58 years. Also Margaret Scott his wife eldest daughter of the late Robert Scott cattle dealer, Darnick. Also John their only son who died at Conney Garth 28th Jany 1875 aged 21 years. Also their daughter Elizabeth wife of Ralph Scott who died at Morpeth Oct. 1863 aged 25 years. Mary wife of John Richardson who died at Whinfell 27th February 1877 aged 26 years. and Hannah who died at Appleby 27th Jany 1854 aged 7 years.

Richardson

(E). In a. m. Edward Richardson, the Green, Battlebarrow, who died 2nd day of December 1857 aged 66 years. Sarah Richardson, daughter of Mr. Henry Yarker of Park House. Lowther, widow of the above who died the 14th day of June 1868 aged 81 years. Elizabeth Richardson their daughter who died at Barton in this County the 5th day of April 1828 aged 4 years. , Henry J. Richardson their son, of Sunderland by the sea, paper manufacturer, who died the 6th day of December 1870 aged 51 years.

Richardson

(E). Piae memoriae Reverend J. Richardson A.M. schol. Aball. Gubernatoris posuerunt alumni, obiit A.D. MDCCCLXVIII aet. LX.

Richardson

(E). In affectionate remembrance of Johnnie only child of the late John Richardson, surgeon, who died October 31st 1864 aged 6 years. “Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven." Look up then from this cheerless stone, Behold him at his father's throne, For well we know that God hath said Of such is His bright Kingdom made.

Robertson

(In. W). Sacred memory of Robert Robertson late of this place, solicitor. He died February 23d 1813 aged 68 years. also of Mary his wife who died Augst 31st 1821 aged 70 years. & of their nephew Thomas Briggs Esqr the deputy sheriff of the county for 8 years. . he died 29th September 1833 in the 54th years. of his age.

Robinson

(E). Inm. George Harrison, Esq. alderman of this Borough who died July 18th A.D. 1824 aged 74, also of Ann Harrison his wife daughter of Danl. Robinson Esq. who died March 23rd 1812, aged 59. As a last tribute of duty & gratitude to tender & virtuous parents this tablet is inscribed by their surviving daughters Ann & Jane with affectionate regret. " Sorrowful but not without hope."

Robinson

(In. ). In memory of George Robinson, architect and County surveyor of Westmorland 40 years. who died 25 November 1871 aged 86 years.

Robinson

(E). Erected in m. James Robinson late of Ravenstonedale who died on the 6th of May 1830 aged 70 years. also Mary his wife who died at Hebblethwaite Hall on the 17th of November 1803 aged 44 years. & lays interred (sic) in Sedburgh Churchyard, Yorkshire.

Robinson

(S. Aisle). Obiit 21 January 1791 ætat. 50. Jeremiah Robinson Esqr one of the Benchers of the honourable Society of Gray's Inn, & Recorder of this Borough.

Robinson

(S. Aisle). Mary the. wife of Thomas Robinson, who departed this life the 21 day of May Anno Dni. 1683. (Bp.. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Robinson

(S. Aisle). Obiit. Mr. Thomas Robinson, alderman, August 11,1711, ætat. 68. Mary his wife May 21, 1683, ætat. 42. John Robinson, Esqr alderman, April 29, 1746, ætat. 74. Anne his wife June 19, 1734, ætat. 57. Charles Robinson. Esqr son of the above John, June 19, 1760, ætat. 58. The Reverend Hugh Robinson, died D. Rector of Lowther, son of the above John, December 29,1762, ætat, 61. Joseph Robinson Esqr son of the above Charles, June 17, 1776, ætat. 42.

Ros

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Rowlandson

(E). Sacred memory of John 2nd son of John & Jane Rowlandson, who died at Appleby on the l0th of February 1870, aged 23 years. Also of the above named John Rowlandson, who died 2nd July 1884, aged 82 years.

Rowlings

(Porch). In memory of William Rowlings, a private in the 11th Company of Royal Sappers and Miners, who fell gloriously at the siege of Sebastopol June 18th, 1855, aged 33 years.

Rushton

(S). In memory of Mary Rushton, the wife of Mark Rushton Esqre of this town. She was born at Whale near Lowther, November 6th 1772. & departed this life at Appleby December 2nd 1836, aged 64 years. best of Mothers. Also of their son Thomas Rushton, who died December 2, 1850, aged 45 years. Paul his son who died December 4, 1854, aged 8 years. Near this spot are interred 3 of the children of Mark & Mary Rushton, namely Septimus, who died Janry the 8th (?) 1813, aged 3 m., Christopher & Edward, twins, who died in infancy.

Russell

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Russell

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Russell

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Sackville

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Sackville

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Sackville

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Salkeld

(N. E). Erected to the memory of William Salkeld of Appleby, died 13th June, 1877, aged 58 years. Also Mary Jane daughter of William Joseph & Britania Salkeld died 23rd July 1873, aged 18 m. Also in m. John son of William & Mary Salkeld died 30th May 1882, aged 36 years.

Sanderson

(N.E). In memory of William Sanderson, of Appleby, who died April 24th, 1868, aged 57 years. Also Mary his wife, who died the 25th January 1879, aged 73 years.

Sandford

(In. W). Arms per chevron sa. & erm. in chief 2 boar's heads erased ar. Crest, boar's head couped ar.

Sapcote

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Sarginson

(S). To. m. Robert Sarginson of Appleby, gardener, who died the 4th of September 1818, aged 73 years. , also Sarah Sarginson his wife who died the 19th of January 1826, aged 69 years. , also Cornelius their son who died abroad. To the memory of Mr. John Sarginson, during 26 years. an eminent auctioneer & more than 30, sword bearer to the Corporation of Appleby, he died I. November . the 18th 1851, aged 54, much regretted by his friends & a large circle of acquaintances. He erected this stone in his life time to record the death of his father & mother, & also of his twin brother Cornelius.

Sarginson

(N .E). I. loving memory Robert Sarginson .of Espland, ,Warcop, who died May 22nd, 1869, aged 80 years. Also of Bridget his wife who died September . 1st 1868, aged 79 years. Also of Mary their daughter who died April 28th, 1860, aged 45 years. Also of Margaret their daughter who died May 26th 1859, aged 36 years. Also of Elizabeth their daughter who died July 22nd 1865, aged 45 years. Also of Sarah their daughter who died J an. 2nd 1884. aged 67 years.

Scott

(E). Sacred memory of James Dickson formerly Architect at Appleby Castle, who died at Conney Garth 18th September . 187Z aged 58 years. Also Margaret Scott his wife eldest daughter of the late Robert Scott cattle dealer, Darnick. Also John their only son who died at Conney Garth 28th Jany 1875 aged 21 years. Also their daughter Elizabeth wife of Ralph Scott who died at Morpeth Oct. 1863 aged 25 years. Mary wife of John Richardson who died at Whinfell 27th February 1877 aged 26 years. and Hannah who died at Appleby 27th Jany 1854 aged 7 years.

Scott

(E). The flower fadeth, the grass withereth. In memory of Frances the beloved daughter of the late George & Louisa Scott, who died at Appleby the 28th December 1870, aged 21 years.

Scott

(E). Anne, wife of William . Scott, clogger, Appleby, who died March Ist 1837, aged 32 years. , also Jane their daughter~who died an infant, also Charles, son of the above William . Scott and Mary his 2nd wife, who died November .3rd 1841, aged 14 m., also Ann their daughter who died February l0th, 1849, aged 2 years.

Sedgwick

(E). Sacred memory of Elizabeth Sedgwick, daughter of William . and Elizabeth Sedgwick, of Hoff, who died I. the 19th day of July, A.D. 1819, aged 29 years. This lovely bud so young and fair Snatch'd hence by early doom, Just come to show how sweet a flower In Paradise would bloom. (Other side). Sacred memory of William Sedgwick of Hoff, who died I. the 5th dayof December, 1831, aged 63 years.

Semark

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Sewell

(E). In memory of Isaac Sewell, cooper, of Appleby, who died August Ist 1838, aged 32 years. , and of William . his son who died April 9th, 1841, aged 7 years. , also of Richard William, son of Richard B. Yeats, surgeon of this town who died June 6th, 1852, aged 6 m. loving memory Rich:ard Balderstone Yeats, surgeon of this town, who died April 28th, 1853, aged 32 y-

Sewell

(S. W). In memory of John Sewell, who died November 8, 1852, aged 64 years. , also of Ann Sewell his widow, who died March l0th, 1871, aged 82 years.

Sewell

(S). In memory of Thomas Sewell, who d February 21st, 1838, aged 11 years.

Sewell

(E) Erected to the memory of William . Sewell, cooper of this town, who died February 28, 1857, aged 83 years. , and of Margaret his wife who died March 19, 1851, aged 72 years. The trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible.

Shepherd

(E). In memory of John Shepherd, of Haybanks, Drybeck, who died February 22nd 1871, aged 71 years. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord," erected by his 12 nephews and nieces.

Slack

(S. W). Sacred memory of John Slack, of Colby Laithes in The Parish of Appleby, who died I. the 19th of March 1824 aged 59 years. Also Richard Their son who died 14 of May 1825 aged 23 years. Also John their son who died 29 of June 1815 aged 20 yrs, also William their son who died an infant 27th of February 1810. Also Elizabeth their daughter who died I. March 25, 1828, aged 20 years.

Smalwood

(Choir). Here lyes the Body of Mrs. Dorothy Smalwood, Relict of Al. Smalwood, died D. who dyed the 16th day of September 1691, (Bp. Nic. Visit, 1703).

Smith

(S. W). March the 11th A.D. 1803, died John Smith of Co1by, Gent. aged 77 years. Also of Mary his wife who died September . 27th, 1817, aged 90 years.

Smith

(E). To the memory of Robert Smith of Appleby Who died July Ist 1825, aged 85, also of Ann his wife Who died April 20th, 18. . . .aged. . .

Smith

(E). In. m. William Smith of Appleby who died October 24th 1879, aged 64 years.

St John

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

St John

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Steadman

(S). In memory of George Steadman, Drybeck, who died November 10,1851, aged 81 years. , also his wife Ann Steadman who died January 15, 1860, aged 84 years.

Steadman

(S). Sacred memory of John Steadman who died Augt. 1, 1846, aged 65 years. , also Mary Ann his wife who died July 3, 1845, aged 63 years. , also of Mary Ann daughter of Thomas & Eliz. Sleadman of Appleby who died July 17th, 1854, aged 2 years.

Stephenson

(S.E). Erected in m. Mason Stephenson, Esq., Mayor of this borough and one of the Coroners of the County of Westmorland, who died deeply lamented by his numerous friends on the 12 day of December 1841, in the 39 years. of his age & also in m. his only son Richard Shepherd Stephenson, of Queen's College, Oxford, who died at Appleby his native place the 18 of February 1860, aged 22 years.

Stephenson

(S.. Aisle). Amicitiæ gratiâ. T. m. Richard S, Stephenson, of Queen's Coll. Oxon. who died at Appleby February 18th, 1860, aged 22 years.

Storrow

(S). To the memory of Hannah Storrow, daughter of Miles & Mary Storrow of Appleby who died September 12th 1802, aged 16 years.

Storrow

(E). Sacred memory of Miles Storrow of Appleby who died I. the 30th of April 1826, aged 69 years. , also of Mary his wife who died 31 December 1826, aged 67 years. , also Christopher their son who died 17 of July 1826, aged 42 years. , also Mary their daughter who died 28th of September 1826, aged 31 years. , also Miles their son who died 19 of April 1812, aged 29 years. , also Hannah their daughter who died 12th of September 1802, aged 16 years. (Other side). Sacred memory of Sarah wife of John Storrow, who died I. 29th of May, 1822, aged 28 years. , also of Ann their daughter an infant, 28th of May, 1822, also of Mary the 2nd wife of the above John Storrow, who died 27th December . 1828, aged 25.

Taylor

(E). To the memory of Matthew Dodgson who died September 12th 1814 aged 58 years. Mary his wife died Octr I4th 1806 aged 44. John their son died September 24th 1813 aged 13, also John Taylor brother to the above Mary died April 17th 182O aged 51 years. (Other Side). In memory of Thomas Dodgson of Appleby who died I. .August I4th 1853 aged 57 years. Frances their daughter who died 9 day of May 1862 aged 37 years. Jeremiah their son who died 11 day April 1862 aged 31 years.

Taylor

(S). To the memory of Agnes the wife of Hugh Taylor of Appleby, \V ho died I. February 12th, 1812, aged 73 years. , also Hugh Taylor, died the 10th day of December 1826, aged 85 years.

Taylor

(S). Watch for ye know not the hour. In memory of Robert Taylor of Appleby, who met with an instantaneous death on his return from Brough Hill Fair, October 1st 1861, aged 73 years. , this stone is erected by a few of his old friends in sincere esteem for his private worth.

Teasdale

(S. W). Sacred memory of Elizabeth the wife of Richard Teasdale, who died I. the 5th day of August 1828, aged 39 years. Also four of their children who died in their infancy, viz: Mary Teasdale aged 5 m., Richard Bainbridge Teasdale aged 12 m., Elizabeth Teasdale aged 9 m., Mary Ann Teasdale aged 14 m. Also the above-named Richard Teasdale who died February 19th 1835, aged 73 (?) years.

Teasdale

(S. W). Obiit Thomas Teasdale of Colby June the 7th 1784, aged 84. Isable, (sic) wife of Thomas Teasdale, died February the 24th, 1795, 8(7).

Teasdale

(S. W). To the memory of Thomas Teasdale of Colby, who died I. on the 20th July 1822, aged 73 years. Also Isabella Graham, Daughter of the above who died I. May 17th 1825, aged 40 years. Also Alice Teasdale who died I. February 6th, 1827, aged 28 years. William Teasdale died April 22nd, 1835, aged 39 years. Also Betty, widow of the above Thomas Teasdale died March 14th 1845, aged 80 years. Hannah Corrie their daughter, who died July 5th, 1854, aged 49 years.

Thanet

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Thanet

(Near the Font). Here lyes the Body of William Dargue Servant to the Right Honorable Thomas Earl of Thanet who dyed the Fifth day of December Anno Dom. 1685. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Thompson

(N.E). In memory of Robert Harrison Thompson, died Japuary 21st 1865, aged 48. I know that my Redeemer liveth.

Thornburgh

(N. window seen in 1855, since disappeared). Arms :--4ly 1 & 4, sa: 3 greyhounds courant collared ar. ; 2 & 3, ermine, fretty gu. chief of last, (& then put in wrong i.e. Thornburgh 1 & 4 Machell 2 & 3 with dogs running to sinister. See E. died N. alph. & Dugdale's Church Notes 1664 West. Visit. C. 39, 2nd cal. 2, Coll. Arms, which last gives it Machell impaling Thornburgh, as also does Hill .MSS. I. 161.

Thwaites

(E). In memory of Miss Frances Thwaites of Appleby who died December 21, 1859 aged 79 years. Behold the Lamb of God which taketh away the sin of the world. 1st ST. JOHN, 29 v. In memory of John Thwaites, Esq., died May 24, 1799 aged 50 years. Elizabeth his widow died September . 21st 1838, aged 82 years. Here also are deposited the honoured remains of George Thwaites, Memory of D., who died much beloved and sincerely regretted June 17th 1850 aged 53 years. "The memory of the just is blessed."

Thwaites

(S. aisle, brass). Here Iyes Interre'd the body of John Thwaites Esquire Maior of the Burrow of Appleby, in the County of Westmorland who died I. the 26th day of January anno domini 1698, anno ætatis suae 70.

Thwaites

(N.E.) In memory of Mary wife of Thomas Thwaites of Garden house, Appleby who died July 15, 1868, aged 59 years. Also of the above Thomas Thwaites, who died January I4th 1884 aged 78 years.

Todd

(E). To the memory of Margaret the wife of Matthew Todd junr. of Appleby who died the 19th day of August 1807 aged 26 years. , also of Margaret their infant daughter who died the 26th day of December 1807 aged 5 m.

Tol

(S). In memory of John Tol- (?) who died on the 12th of November . 1776.

Townley

(E). In memory of William . Townley late organist of St. Lawrence Church, Appleby, who died January 12th 1846 aged 27 years. , also of Arabella, daughter of the above who died Oct. 12, 1860 aged 17 years. , and also of Mary his mother, wife of John Townley who died January 22nd 1861 aged 71 years. , and of John her husband who died February 9th, 1861 aged 80 years. , also of Jane wife of the above William Townley who died March 8th 1862 aged 47 years.

Tufton

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Tufton

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Turner

(N .E). Life how short. Eternity how long. In memory of Thomas Turner who died November . 24th 1868 aged 41 years. William his son died in 1855 aged 3 m. Also of William his son who died January 18th 1866 6 years. Sarah Ann Turner his daughter died June 30th 1880 aged 18y.

Tydd

(E). In affectionate remembrance of Janet wife of William Tydd who died Oct. 28th 1878 aged 64 years. Also Margaret Smith their daughter who died Oct. 8th 1863 aged 28 years.

Vescy

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Vescy

(Brass coffin plate* in vault.) The body of ye most noble vertuous and religious Lady Anne Covntess Dowager of Pembroke, Dorset and Montgomery Daughter and sole Heir to ye late Right Honoble. George Clifford Earl of Cumberland, Baroness Clifford Westmerland and Vescy, Lady of ye honour of Skipton in Craven, and high Sheriffess, by inheritance, of ye county of Westmerland, who departed This life in Her castle of Bougham in ye county ye 22 th March, 1675, Havin Attain’d ye age of 86 years The 30 th January before.

Vescy

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Vescy

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Veteripont

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Vipont

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

W

(S). In memory of John died W . . . . ies, solicitor who died February 27, 1833 aged 27 years.

Waistell

(S.) In memory of Ann Robinson Waistell of Burrells who died December 31, 1860, aged 24 years. While I draw this fleeting breath When my eyelids close in death When I soar to worlds unknown See thee on thy Judgment throne Rock of ages cleft for me Let me hide myself in thee.

Waller

(E.) Ann Waller, widow of the Reverend . John Waller who died 26th August 1826 in the 50th years. of her age.

Waller

(E). Reverend Jn. Waller A.M. died 26th April 1822 aged 56 years.

Waller

(N. aisle). Sacred memory of the Reverend . John Waller A.M. Z7 years. head master of the free grammar school in this town and Rector of Sulhampstead, Berks., ob. 26th April 1822 aged 56, also Mrs. Ann Waller his widow and one of the neices of the late John Ward, Esqre. 19 years. deputy sheriff of this county, she died 26th August 1826 aged 50.

Waller

(N. aisle). William Waller the. . . ..day of. . .arch 1685. (Bp. Nic.. Visit. 1703)

Ward

(N. aisle). Sacred memory of the Reverend . John Waller A.M. Z7 years. head master of the free grammar school in this town and Rector of Sulhampstead, Berks., ob. 26th April 1822 aged 56, also Mrs. Ann Waller his widow and one of the neices of the late John Ward, Esqre. 19 years. deputy sheriff of this county, she died 26th August 1826 aged 50.

Ward

(N. aisle). John Ward Esq. died 11th November 1799 aged 56 years.

Ward

(E). Obiit Richard son of Anthony and Ann Ward who died September 15th 1752 aged 3 years.

Ward

(N. aisle). Here lieth the body of Mr. John Webster & four of his children which he had by his second wife Mrs. Margaret Ward, daughter of Mr. Thomas Ward late of Rigmaden Hall in the parish of Kirkby Lonsdale, he died I. in the 83d years. of his age & in ye years. of our Lord 1714.

Warton

(S). In memory of George Warton, draper of this town, who died February 22nd 1856 aged 37 years. , also 3 of his children who died in their infancy viz: Sarah, Janet and George. Janet his wife who died February 21, 1865 aged 47 years. Also Annie their daughter who died February 23, 1873 aged 29 years.

Warton

(N.E). In memory of John Warton parish clerk, died in 1871 aged 62. Barbara his wife died in 1872 aged 73 years. Andrew their son parish clerk died in 1881 aged 35 years.

Warton

(S). To the memory of William Warton who died November 11, 1846 aged 68 years. Also Mary his wife who died February 22nd 1874 aged 92 years.

Watson

(S. W). Erected To the memory of Bridget Watson of Colby who died December 21, 1815 aged 80 years. , John Jackson of Colby who died June 21, 1813 aged 58 years. Grace their Daughter died an infant, John their Son died July 10, 1833 aged 42 years.

Watson

(N.E). In memory of Joseph Watson late of High Field who died December 17th, 1870 aged 74 years.

Webster

(N. aisle). Here lieth the body of Mr. John Webster & four of his children which he had by his second wife Mrs. Margaret Ward, daughter of Mr. Thomas Ward late of Rigmaden Hall in the parish of Kirkby Lonsdale, he died I. in the 83d years. of his age & in ye years. of our Lord 1714.

Westmorland

(Chancel N. altar tomb). Here Iyes expectinge y second comeinge of our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ ye dead body of ye Lady Anne Clifford, daur. & sole heire to George Clifford, 3d Earl of Cumberland by his blessed wife "Margarett Russell, Countesse of Cumberland wch Lady Anne was borne in Skipton Castle in Crayen ye 30th January (beinge Fryday) in ye yeare 1590, as ye yeare begins on New Yeares day & by a longe continued discente from her father & her noble auncestors, she was Barronesse Clifford, Westmerland & Vescy, High Sheriffesse of ye County of Westmerland & Lady of ye Honor of Skipton In Craven aforesaid She married for her first husband Richard Sackvile, Earl of Dorsett, & for her second husband Phillipp Herberte, Earle of Pembrooke & Mountgomery, leaveinge behind her onely 2 daurs. that lived wch she had by her firste husband, the eldest Margarett Countesse of Thannett & the younger Isabella Countesse of Northampton, which lady Anne Clifford, Countess Dowager of Pembrooke, Dorsett & Mountgomery deceased at her castle of Brougham ye 22nd day of March in ye yeare of our Lord 1675. Christianly, willingly & quietly havinge before her death seene a plentifull issue by her two daughters of 13 grandchildren & her body Iyes buryed in this vaulte.

Westmorland

(Brass coffin plate* in vault.) The body of ye most noble vertuous and religious Lady Anne Covntess Dowager of Pembroke, Dorset and Montgomery Daughter and sole Heir to ye late Right Honoble. George Clifford Earl of Cumberland, Baroness Clifford Westmerland and Vescy, Lady of ye honour of Skipton in Craven, and high Sheriffess, by inheritance, of ye county of Westmerland, who departed This life in Her castle of Bougham in ye county ye 22 th March, 1675, Havin Attain’d ye age of 86 years The 30 th January before.

Westmorland

(In. N.) Rob. De Viteripont to whom & his heires King John gave first of all his lands in Westmld & y Sherifwik of y county, his wife was Idonia de Buley. John de Viteripont, his wife was Sybeila de Ferris. Robert de Viteripont, his wife was Isabella Fitz Peter. Rog. De Clifford 4 Ld. of Westmld, his wife was Isabella de Viteripont. Rob. Ld. Clifford to whom & to his heires King Edw. y 2d gave y castle & honour of Skipton in craven w y landes thereto belonging, his wife was maude de Clare. Rog. De Clifford died unmarried. Rob. Ld. Clifford his wife was Isabella de Barkley. Rob. Ld. Clifford died without issue, his bro. Rog. His heire, his wife was Eudania de Nevill. Rog. Ld Clifford, his wife was Maude de Beauchampe. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Eliz. Rosse. John Ld Clifford his wife was Eliz. Percy. Tho. Ld. Clifford, his wife was Joan Dacres. John Ld. Clifford, his wife was Marg. Bromflette Barress. Vescye. Hen. Lc. Clifford, his wife was Anne St. John. Hen. Ld. Clifford L. Earle of Cumberld his wife was ye La. Margrt. Percy. Hen Ld. Clifford Earle of Cumberld. His 1 wife was the La. Llinor Brandon her grace his 2 wife was ye La Anne Dacres. George ld. Clifford 3 Earl of Cumberland. His wife was ye La. Margrett Russell. John Ld. Tufton, Earle of Thanett, his wife was ye La. Margrett Sackvile. Ruch. Sackvile Earl of Dorsett her 1 husband Anne La. Clifford daur. & sole heyre to George 3 Earle of Cumberland. Phillip Herbert Earle of Penbrooke & Mountgomery, her 2 husband. James Ld. Compton, Earle of Northampton, his wife was ye La. Isabella Sackvile. (24 shields). Arms 1 gu. 6 annulets or, (Vipont,) impaling gu. Cinquefoil or, pierced of the field (Beuly); 2 Vipont impaling ar. 6 horse shoes sa. (Ferris); 3 Vipont impaling 4ly or. & gu. border vairy az. & gold (Fitz peter); 4 checky or. & az. Fess gu. (Clifford) impaling Vipont; 5 Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling or 3 chevronels gu. (Clare); 6 Clifford & Vipont 4ly; 7 ditto impaling gu. chevron between 10 crosses patees ar. (Berkley) ; 8 ditto impaling gu. saltire ar. (Neville) ; 9 ditto impaling gu. fess betw. 6 cross crosslets or. (Beauchamp) ; 10, ditto, impaling gu. 3 water-bougets ar. (Roos) ; 11 , ditto, impaling 4ly I & 4 or. lion rampant az. (Percy) ; 2 & 3, gu. 3 lucies hauriant ar. (Lucy) ; 12, ditto, impaling gu. 3 escallops ar. (Dacre) ; 13, ditto, impaling or, cross sa. (Vescy) ; 14, ditto, impaling ar. on chief gu. 2 mullets or (or ar.) (St. John) ; 15, ditto, impaling Percy & Lucy 4ly ; 16 Barry ar. & gu. lion rampant or, (Brandon) ; 17 Clifford & Vipont 4ly ; 18, Dacre ; 19, Clifford & Vipont 4ly impaling ar. lion rampant gu., on chief sa. 3 escallops of the field (Russell) ; 20 sa. eagle displayed within border ar. (Tufton) impaling 4ly or & gu. bend vairy az. & ar. (Sackville) ; 21 Sackville; 22 Clifford and Vipont 4ly ; 23 gu. 3 lions rampant or (Herbert) ; 24 sa. lion passant between 3 tilting helmets or. (Compton) impaling Sackville. *

Weymss

(E). Frederick Weymss died April 1869.

Weymss

(E). In memory of Frederick Weymss Esqre. solicitor, who died on the 1st of April 1869 in the 72nd years. of his age. He availed himself of every opportunity to promote the interests of the borough of Appleby, to which he was much attached, and of his good will and charity the poor had many proofs. Nil non mortale tenemus, Pectoris (?) exceptis, ingeniique bonis.

Weymss

(In). In memory of James Weymss, born in the city of Edinburgh and for nearly 40 years an inhabitant of this borough. He died at peace with all mankind on the 10th of March 1839 in the 81st years. of his age. And s. also m. Mary Weymss his widow, a native of Shap in this County who died on the 5th of December 1853 in the 88th years. of her age and in the Blessed hope of Everlasting Life.

Whitefield

(N. aisle). Here Iyeth Elizabeth wife of Cuthbert Whitefield, who was buryed February the 8, Anno Domini 1689. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703. 18th, Par. Reg).

Whitehead

(E). The Lord gave & the Lord.hath taken away. In affectionate remembrance of the undernamed beloved children of John & Mary Ann Whitehead of Elm Bank, Bongate. Alfred William died 24th February 1861, aged 10 m. Harry Cockfield drowned in the river Eden whilst heroically endeavouring to save a younger brother 30th December 1874, aged 18 years. Norah Kathleen died at Dunbar 6th June 1875 and interred there aged 10 m.

Whitfield

(N. aisle). Matthew Whitfield interr'd February 18, 1699, (Bp. Nic. Visit. i703.)

Wilkin

(S). Here lieth the body of William Wilkin who died augst. 111th MDCCCXIV aged LXXVI years. , also Priscilla his wife died October XVIst MDCCCXXVII aged LXXVII years.

Wilkinson

(E). Obiit Hugh Wilkinson, Gaoler, the 26 day of April 1768 aged 57. Elizabeth the wife of Hugh Wilkinson the 30th March 1777 aged 72 years.

Wilkinson

(E). Erected in m. Isabella wife of George Wilkinson junior, of Appleby, who died Augt. 29th 1829 aged 29, also. John their son who died July 5th 1829,aged 1 years. [Other side.] In memory of George Wilkin- son who died July 1, 1844, aged 80 years. , also Isabella his wife who died April 6, 1857, aged 91 years. .Also George Wilkinson their son who died July 8th 1881, aged 83 years. Also Elizabeth his wife who died September . 24th 1872 aged 61 years.

Wilkinson

(S. W.) In memory of Margaret wife of Matthew Wilkinson who died March (3d or) 5th 1811 Aged 69. Also Matthew Wilkinson of Appleby who died I. the 29th day of Janr. 1835 aged 95 years.

Wilkinson

(S). Obiit George Ainsley 15th July 1763, aged 6 m. Obiit Hugh Wilkinson, goaler, (sic) the 26th day of April 1768 aged 57, Elizabeth, wife of Hugh Wilkinson, the 30th March 1777 aged 72 years. , William Ainsley 22 November . 1775 aged 7 years. , Barbara, wife of Ben. Ainsley 31st Janry. 1777 aged 41 years.

Wilson

(N.E). In affectionate remembrance of Ann the beloved wife of George Wilson who died February 19th, 1877 in her 84th years. Also of the said George Wilson who died on the 20th of August 1878 in the 84th years. of his age. "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life," JOHN C. 111, v. 16. Also of Mary Annie Wilson, Grand-daughter of the above who died December 16th aged 32 and was interred at Liverpool December 18th 1878.

Wilson

(S). Obiit Robert Wilson Augst ye l0th 1714 (?) aged 78.

Wilson

(S). Sacred memory of Thomas Wilson, inn keeper, Appleby, who died July 14th 1818 aged 51 years. , also of Ann his wife who died October 26th 1815 aged 49, also of William . their son who died October 12th 1796 aged 9 m., also of James their son who died in 1806 aged 9 m., also of Hugh their son who died November . 21st 1810 aged 1 years. , also Jane Wilson sister of the above named Thomas Wilson, who died I. September 9th 1837 aged 91 years. , also John their son who died March 6th 1825 aged 28 years.

Wilson

(E.) Have Faith in God. In affectionate remembrance of John Boak who died at Colby February 4th 1868 aged 73 years. Mary his wife who died August 31st 1877 aged 82 years. Also of Joseph Wilson of Colby who died Oct. 11th 1883 aged 70 years.

Winder

(Brass on stone). Here lie the remains of Thomas Winder, a native of Jamaica, son of Thomas Winder of St. Ann's in that island who died I. November . 15, 1803, vixit annos XI meus I dies VI.

Winter

(E). Erected in m. Edward Allinson, chemist and druggist, who departed this life at Appleby August 19th 1840 aged 35 years. , also in m. Richard Winter, brewer, of the same place, who departed this life November 13, 1844, aged 68 y also Mary his wife who died November 6th, 1861, aged 81 years. Frederick Richard Winter grandson of the above who died September 9th, 1860, aged 5 m.

Wright

(E). To the memory of John Wright of Appleby who died January 8th 1826 aged 70 years. , also of Mary Wright his wife who died March 20th 1834 aged 78y.

Wyse

(Altar tomb, Chancel N). S. Here lyethe interred the bodye of the ladye Margaret Russel, Countesse Dowager of Cumberland, youngeste childe to Franncis Russell, seconde Earle of Bedford, marryed to George Clyfford, third Earle of Cumberland, she lyved his wife xxix yeeres, & dyed his wyddowe at Brougham Castle the XXIId of May MDCXVI ten yeeres & seaven monethes after his decease, she had yssue by him two sonnes Franncis & Robert who both dyed younge, & one daughter the ladye An Clyfford marryed to Richard Sackville third Earle of Dorset who in memorye of her religious mother erected this monument, Ao. Dni. MDCXVII. N. Who fayth, love, mercy, noble constancie To God, to virtue, to distress, to right, Observ'd, exprest, shew'd, held religiously, Hath here this monument thou seest in sight, The cover of her earthly part, but, passenger, Know heaven & fame contaynes the best of her. Arms : (E. end). On lozenge~ under countess's coronet, 4ly of 8; I, ar. lion rampant gu. on chief sa. 3 escallops of field (Russell) ; 2, sa. tower ar. (De la Tour) ; 3, barry of 8 or & gu. (Muschamp) ; 4, gu. 3 herrings hauriant ar. (Herring) ; 5, sa. griffin segreant ar. between 2 cross crosslets fitché or (Froxmere) ; 6, sa. 3 chevronels erm. (Wyse) ; 7, sa. 3 dovecotes ar. (Sapcote) ; 8, ar. on cross gu. 5 mullets or (Semark). (West end), On shield under earl's coronet, 4ly of 9 ; 1 &.9, checky or & az. fess gu. (Clifford) ; 2, sa. (az. ?) 3 murthering chain shots ; 3, sa. bend flory counterflory or (Bromflete) ; 4, or cross sa. (Vescy) ; 5, sa. 3 flint stones ar. (Flint) ; 6, gu. 6 annulets or (Vipont); 7, or 2 bars gu. on canton sa. cross patoncé or (Atton) ; 8, per fess indented gu. & ar. annulet between 2 mullets of 2nd (St. John). impaling Russell &c as above (but A1y of with R. repeated). Coronets. Supporters, dexter, griffin segreant; sinister; lion ramboth gu.*

Yaire

(S aisle). ’Twas God's commandment, therefore best On Sabbath day to take his rest. Here Iyes interr’'d the body of Mr. Thomas Yaire late of Appleby, who died I. the 22d day of December A.D. 1667. (Bp. Nic. Visit. 1703).

Yarker

(E). In a. m. Edward Richardson, the Green, Battlebarrow, who died 2nd day of December 1857 aged 66 years. Sarah Richardson, daughter of Mr. Henry Yarker of Park House. Lowther, widow of the above who died the 14th day of June 1868 aged 81 years. Elizabeth Richardson their daughter who died at Barton in this County the 5th day of April 1828 aged 4 years. , Henry J. Richardson their son, of Sunderland by the sea, paper manufacturer, who died the 6th day of December 1870 aged 51 years.

Yarker

(E). Life how short, Eternity how long. In memory of Agnes the wife of Thomas Yarker who died December 20th 1859, aged 24 years. , also Ann their daughter who died November . 20, 1857, aged 6 years. , also Charles their son who died December 26th 1860 aged 14 m.

Yarker

(E). In memory of Henry Yarker late of Park House Lowther, in this County who died March 3rd, 1826 aged 65 years. , also of Joseph his son who died at Singapore in the East Indies 13th of November 1847 aged 53 years. , & of An his daughter who died 11th July 1852 aged 51 years.

Yates

(In.). To preserve the remembrance of of a long & valuable life spent in the most useful of all employments, this marble is inscribed with the name of Richard Yates Memory of A. 58 years master of the grammar school in this town, whom an accurate knowledge of Roman Literature, a just and most harmonious elocution, unwearied diligence & a serious attention to the moral & religious improvement of his pupils eminently qualified for the important station which he held. He d December the 31st A.D. 1781 & in the 81st years. of his age.

Yeats

(E). In memory of Isaac Sewell, cooper, of Appleby, who died August Ist 1838, aged 32 years. , and of William . his son who died April 9th, 1841, aged 7 years. , also of Richard William, son of Richard B. Yeats, surgeon of this town who died June 6th, 1852, aged 6 m. loving memory Rich:ard Balderstone Yeats, surgeon of this town, who died April 28th, 1853, aged 32 y-