North of the Sands

Parish of Dufton

105 records for Dufton in Westmoreland Church Notes

Airey

(S). To the memory of Richard, son of Henry and Anna Maria Airey of Dufton who died the 12 of April 1782 aged 15 years.

Airey

(S). In memory of Robert the beloved son of Robert & Sarah Robinson aged 7 years. Also the said Robert Robinson who died May 28th 1876 aged 54 years. , Elizabeth Airey who died August l0th, 1878 aged 18 years.

Allan

(E). In memory of Christopher Allan of Burthwaite who died October 15th 1884 aged 64 years.

Allan

(S). In memory of William . Allen who died March 31, 1851 aged 66 years. Jane his wife who d. June 19, 1852 aged 67 years.

Allison

To the memory of James Allison of Birkdale who died March 13th 1796 aged 60 years. , also Mary his wife died June 1st 1804 aged 72, also Joseph Allison their son died February 6th 1826 aged 54, also Henry Allison of Birkdale who died May l0th 1834 aged 71 years. , also of John son of the above Joseph Allison who died November 23rd 1836 aged 33 years. , also of James Allison who died July 2nd 1842 aged 72 years. , also of Thomas Allison of Birkdale who died May 26th 1864 aged 71 years.

Allison

(S). In memory of Sarah wife of Joseph Allison of Birkdale who died Oct. 20, 1855 aged 81 years. , also of James their son, of High Ewbanks, Stainmore, who died February 17th 1871 aged 66 years.

Bainbridge

(S). In memory of George Bainbridge who died at Keisley in this parish Oct. 16, 1863 aged 49 years. , Nancy the beloved wife of John Blenkarn and daughter of the above who died at Park House, Orton, March 23, 1874 aged 35 years.

Bainbridge

(S). In memory of William Bainbridge, who died July 22, 1819 aged 50 years. , also Nancy his wife who died November 8th 1834 aged 62 years. , also Elizabeth Parmly her mother who died November 23, 1824 aged 81 years. , also William their son who died March 19 1822 aged 24 years. , also John their son who died Oct. 4th 1834 aged 38 years. , also Jonathan their son who died May 29, 1866 aged 60 years.

Bayles

(S). In memory of John Bayles of Birkdale who died Oct. 2, 1853 aged:79,y., Ann his wife who died July 4, 1825 aged 53 years. , Ruth their daughter who died March 13,1813 aged 8 years. , John their son who died February 8, 1862 aged 61 years. , also of Thomas Bayles of Birkdale, who died March 18th 1865 aged 85.

Blackwall

(In. chancel). Near this place are deposited the remains of William Winder Esqr. who died the 5th day of May 1766 aged 75, his only sister and executrix Mary, the wife of John Blackwall Esqr of Stamford in Lincolnshire caused this monument to be erected to the memory of her dear brother.

Blenkarn

(S). In memory of George Bainbridge who died at Keisley in this parish Oct. 16, 1863 aged 49 years. , Nancy the beloved wife of John Blenkarn and daughter of the above who died at Park House, Orton, March 23, 1874 aged 35 years.

Blenkarn

(S). In memory of Jane wife of Robert Blenkarn of Wharleycrofts & daughter of Thomas Parker of Dudmire who died July 6th 1837 aged 49 years. , also 2 of their sons viz. John who died February 16, 1832 aged 14, and William who died in infancy.

Blenkarn

(S. wall). Sacred memory of Robert Blenkarn who died March 28th 1800 aged 85 also of Mary Blenkarn his wife who died September 24th 1834 aged 74 years.

Blenkarn

(S). In memory of Robert Blenkarn of Wharleycrofts in this parish, who died December 11,1858 aged 65 years. , also Jane his who died November 16,1877 aged 84 years.

Blenkarn

(E). Sacred memory of Robert Blenkarn of Keisley who died on the 11th December 1882 aged 70 years. "Thy will be done." Also Mary his wife who died on the 2nd January 1856 aged 44 years. Also Esther his daughter who died January 22nd 1865 aged 10 m.

Chambers

(S). Sacred memory of John Chambers of Coatsyke in this Parish who died February 14th 1807 aged 55 years. , also of Arabella his wife who died April 4th 1804 aged 52. William their son died Augt. 15th 1830 aged 44.

Chambers

(S). In memory of Joseph Chambers who died July 3, 1860 aged 79 years. , Joseph his son who died January 25, 1859 aged 30 years. , also Mary his wife who died May 15th 1869 aged 84 years.

Chambers

(E). In memory of Mary the beloved wife of Thomas Chambers who died at Knock March 23rd 1876 aged 49 years.

Courtenay

(W). In memory of the Reverend Francis J. Courtenay, Rector of North Bovey, Devon, one of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Westmorland and an alderman of the borough of Appleby who died at Marton House May 11, 1859 aged 58 years. William John his son who died November 16, 1856 aged 23 years. Henry Bellenden his son who died June 16, 1857 aged 18 years. Edward Kenelm 3 son of the above Reverend Francis J. Courtenay, who died Oct. 11,1864 aged 26 years.

Craig

(S). Sacred memory of Jacob Craig of Knock who died December l0th 1817 aged 55 years. , also of Joseph Craig his son who died January 24th 1836 aged 52 years. , also of Margaret wife of Jacob Craig who died July 25th 1849 aged 88 years.

Dalton

(S). In memory of James Dalton formerlyof Keisley, yeoman, who died at Dufton on the 28th March 1870 aged 78 years. Also Elizabeth his wife who died May 31st 1870 aged 78 years. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord," also Hannah their da. who died August lst 1828 aged 13 years. , also Elizabeth their daughter who died October 4th 1829 aged 8 years. , and Thomas their son who died in infancy.

Dalton

(E). In memory of James Dalton of Dufton who died December 30th 1883 aged 42 years. Also Elizabeth Ann his daughter who died December 2nd 1884 aged 21 years. Amy his daughter who died in infancy.

Dargue

(E). To the memory of John Dargue of Dufton, who died April 14th 1825 aged 66 years. , also Mary his widow who died at Appleby August 5th 1840 aged 83 years. In memory of William son of George and Tamar Willan who died May 22nd 1839 aged 22 years.

Dargue

(E). To the memory of Ruth the wife of John Dargue, who died April 28th 1825 - aged 29 y., also John their son who died Janry 5th 1825 aged 5 years.

Dargue

(E). In memory of Thomas Dargue who died September 21st 1848 aged 53 years. Also Jonathan his son who died July 30th 1837 aged 4 years. John his son who died November 26th 1872 aged 49 years. Also Ann wife of the above Thomas Dargue who died Oct. 19 1882 aged 82 years.

Dent

(S). Here Iyeth Body of John Dent of Birkdle who died on September ye 9th aged 46 years. Anno Don. 17 . . Also his son John Dent died in the small pox on May ye 27th 1744 aged 16 years.

Dickinson

(S). To the memory of Joseph Dickinson Senr who died March 20th 1822 aged 80 years. , also Mary his daughter and wife of John Ion died May 16th 1816 aged 43 years. , also John Ion her husband who died April 13th 1840 aged 69 years.

Dickinson

(S). To the memory of Joseph Dickinson Junr who departed this life May 17, 1815 aged 38 years. and about 9 m.

Dixon

(W). In memory of William Dixon of Dudmire who died April 21st 1862 aged 76 years. , also Mary his daughter who died June 27th 1856 aged 28 years. , also Joseph his son who d. at Woodstock, North America November 25th 1867 aged 36 years.

Dodd

(E). In memory of Dorothy Dodd who died at Langton December 12, 1847 aged 72 years. , also her grandson William Parsley who died August 15,1850 aged 26 years. "Then he put forth his hand & took her (the dove) & pulled her in unto him into the ark." In prime of life with all his promise fair, Has sought the grave to rest for ever there.

Ellwood

(S). In memory of John Ellwood of Redbanks in this parish who died December 12,1858 aged 89 y, also of Mary his wife who died December 4,1861 aged 84 years.

Ellwood

(E). In memory of John Ellwood of Dufton who died September 18th 1872 aged 77 years. Also Nancy his wife who died Oct. 20th 1876 aged 72 years. Nancy their daughter -in-Iaw who d. February 27th 1877 aged 26 years.

Ellwood

(In. N). Mr. Jno. Ellwood by deed dated July 16th 1835 gave £6 6s. out of Sandriggs Estate to be distributed every Christmas Day as follows, viz.: to 10 poor widows or poor householders of the parish of Dufton, also to 5 poor widows or householders of the township of Knock 5s. and a half stone loaf of the finest Wheaten Bread each. The overplus to be appropriated towards the education of poor widows' sons of the parish of Dufton at Dufton School.

Ellwood

(S). In memory of Thomas Ellwood of Sandriggs who died March 14th 1775 aged 55 years. , also Mary his wife died August 12th 1787 aged 56 years. , Mark Ellwood their son died Novr 23rd 1780 aged 25 years. , also Nanney their daughter and wife of Jonathan Nixon d. May 31st 1808 aged 48 years. , also John Ellwood who died at Whitehaven on the 6th of June 1837 aged 76 years.

Ellwood

(S). In memory of George son of the late Thomas Ellwood of Sandriggs who died at Stony Wath near Carlisle June 6th 1872 aged 39 years. Also of Jane his wife who d. at Bongate February 22, 1879 8ged 56 years. "Thy will be done."

Ellwood

(W). In memory of Thomas Ellwood of Sandriggs who died October 3, 1842, aged 76 y., also of Thomas Ellwood his son who died at London March 11,1836 aged 31 y., also Jane his wife who died February 1,1864 aged 84Y.

Furnas

(In. S. brass). In memory of Joseph Furnas of Dufton who died February 24th mdcclxxv and Rachel his wife, who died August 4th mdcclxxv. both in the 79th year of their age was this monument erected by their eldest son Jonathan Furnas who died January 6th mdcclxxxvi aged 63 whose remains are deposited in St. Michael Le Belfry Church Yard near the Cathedral in York.* * Two sons of a Christopher Furnas, of Dufton, brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Bellasis (1658–1743) went to Qeeen's College, Oxford; i.e. John, who matriculated 1st July 1702, then aged 18, and proceeded to B.A. 16th April 1706; and Thomas, who was baptized 21st February 1685–6 at Dufton, matriculated 21st March, 1703–4, then aged 16, proceeded to B.A. 22nd March 1708, and to M.A. 4th July, 1712. This "Mr. Thomas Furnas, the son of Christopher," is "buried" 16th February , 1724, at Dufton.

Furnas

(In. S. brass). Michael Todd of the parish of St. James, Clerkenwell, in the County of Middlesex, gentleman, by his will dated the 11th of August 1692 gave several yearly sums of money for purposes following. To the Churchwarden of this parish for the time being on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly to be distributed at the discretion of the minister and churchwardens among such poor people of this parish as should most want the same, £5 0 0. To the said Churchwardens to be employed and disposed of at the discretion of the said minister and churchwardens in binding and putting apprentices to some handicraft Trade 2 poor boys natives of this parish, to be yearly elected on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, £4 0 0. To such persons as the said Minister & Churchwardens shall approve of being a schoolmaster for the time being, for his better livelihood & encouragement in his employment, £4 0 0. To the Minister of this parish for the time being at the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly, upon condition that he should yearly preach a sermon on that feast or on the Sunday or Lord's Day then next during his residence in this parish £0 10 0. To the said churchwardens to be by them yearly distributed amongst 20 poor indigent men of this parish who shall attend the said sermon & divine service an equal share & share alike, £1 0 0. £14 10 0. To be yearly issuing after the testator's wife's death out of 10 acres of freehold & copyhold lands at Knowel's Green in the Parish of Stains in the County of Middlesex. But a suit in chancery being commenced between this Parish & the heirs at law of the said testator touching this charity, & the lands being very remote from this Parish & worth if sold no more than £320 William . Winders of this parish Esq. out of charity & benevolence & for preserving the testator's charity (which otherwise would have been much lessened if not totally frustrated) made a proposal to settle an annuityof £4 10 0 out of his estate in this parish for the purposes mentioned in the said will, & to pay all the costs & charges on account of the said charity upon having the said 10 acres of land vested in him & his heirs which proposal hath been accepted & carried into execution. The security for the said parish is invested in 5 trustees which in the original will more fully and at large appears. And this monument was to have been erected pursuant to the said will in the year 1739 but has always been neglected till the present year 1778. William , Kilner, Rector, Jo. Furnas, Thomas Watson, John Loy, churchwardens.

Graham

(S). To the memory of George Graham of Dufton who died June 19, 1881, aged 68y.

Graham

(S). In memory of Isabella daughter of Elizabeth Graham of Dufton who died December 1861 aged 4 years. We deeply mourn thy loss, But thou to Heaven hast gone, We will calmly bear the cross, Thy will, O Lord, be done. also of George Graham, Sen. who died October 5, 1866 aged 81 years.

Graham

(S). Erected in m. Richard Graham of Harthwaite Cottage in this parish who died March 25, I862 aged 63 years.

Henderson

(W). In memory of Alice, wife of the Reverend . Jos. R. Henderson. who died at Dufton rectory on the 15th January 1868 aged 83 years. "Thy will be done." The Reverend Jos. R, Henderson, Memory of A. formerly Chaplain of the Hon. E. India Company in Bengal; for above 20 years. Rector of Dufton who died 16th April 1870 aged 86 years.

Henderson

(In. N). He that hath pity on the poor lendeth unto the Lord. 8th February. The Reverend Joseph Rawlins Henderson Memory of A. present Rector of Dufton has given In trust to the "official trustees of charitable funds" London, the sum of £500 stock in the 3 per cents, the interest to be remitted to the Rector of Dufton for the time being; and to be annually distributed by him on the 8th of February in equal shares among not less than 20 of the resident poor in the said parish at his sole discretion, obiit April 16, 1870 annos natus 86.

Hill

(E). Erected in m. John Hill who died January 12th 1829 aged 63 years. , and of Jane Hill his wife who died September . 3d 1834 aged 63 years. , William their son died Sepr. 1st 1828 aged 17 years. , also Jane Wright their daughter who died November . 3d 1829 aged 32 years.

Hodgson

(N). In memory of Ralph Hodgson who died January 6th 1871 aged 60 years. Nanny his wife who died on the 20th day of March 1878 aged 75 years.

Hodgson

(S). In memory of Thomas Teasdale of Dufton who died November 11, I823 aged 57 years. , Mary his wife who died April 5, 1823 aged 54 years. , also John their son who died May 29 1835 aged 32 years. , also Margaret Hodgson their daughter who died in North Carolina, North America, April 21, 1843 aged 37 years.

Horn

(S). Erected in m. Ann the wife of Thomas Parker of Wharley Crofts who died March 3rd 1833 aged 76 years. , also of the above named Thomas Parker who died May 16th 1836 aged 90 years. , also of William . their son who died at Dudmire June the 30th 1805 aged 5 years. , also of John the son of Wm. & Mary Horn & grandson of the above named who died at Dudmire Octr 21st 1830 aged 5 years. , also Thomas their son who died April 21st 1828 aged 43 years. & lays intered (sic) at Asby.

Hunter

(S). To the memory of Thomas Hunter who died the 11th of August 1800 aged 42 years. Thomas his son died the 1st of May 1788 aged 2 years. , also Hannah his wife who died June 29th 1823 aged 83 years.

Idle

(E). Sacred memory of Joseph Idle of Dufton who died November . 6th 1785 aged 40 years. , also John and William Idle, sons of the above Joseph and Rebecca his wife. John d. October 12th 1786 aged I years. , William died January 16th 1803 aged 24 years. , also of Rebecca wife of the above Joseph Idle who died December . 17th 1832 aged 85 years.

Ion

(S). To the memory of Joseph Dickinson Senr who died March 20th 1822 aged 80 years. , also Mary his daughter and wife of John Ion died May 16th 1816 aged 43 years. , also John Ion her husband who died April 13th 1840 aged 69 years.

Ion

(E). In memory of John Ion of Knock who died May 27th, 1844 aged 42 years. , Emma his wife who died May 7, 1843 aged 41 y, and of John their son who died February 7, 1884 aged 20 years. , and of Joseph their son who died November 22, 1846 aged 20 years. , and of Thomas their son who died June 8th 1875 aged 43 years.

Jackson

(W). To the memory of the Reverend Edward Jackson, during 16 years. the faithful Rector of this Parish who died 19th of June, 1849 aged 76 years. This stone is dedicated as a tribute of regard & respect for departed worth by several surviving friends. "Thy will be done."

Jardine

(E) In memory of James Jardine who died at Dufton Oct. 28, 1855 aged 31 years. The deceased was a native of Galloway in Scotland.

Kilner

(Chancel floor). 1785. Emma Kilner. My dear sister, adieu.

Kilner

(Chancel, brass). Under this plate is deposited the remains of Miss Emma Klner obiit January 26th 1785 aged 18 years. daughter of the Reverend . Mr. William Kilner & Mrs. Elizabeth his wife.* * Sister of General Bellasis. See Cumberland and Westlmorland Antiq. Trans Vol. ix. Part I. pp. 14, 15.

Kilner

(In. chancel). January 26th in the years. of Christ 1785 died Emma the daughter of William Kilner, Rector of this Church and Elizabeth his wife, aged 18. Her only brother William Kilner A.B. and Taberdar of Queen's .College, Oxford, erected this slender tribute to her memory, presuming to hope that, altho’ parted for the moment, they.shall meet again in Eternal Felicity.

Kilner

(In. chancel S., now, 1887, concealed by the organ). H. S. E. Quicquid erat mortale Gulielmi Kilner apud Milburn in sacris ministri et amplius 50 annos hujus Ecclesia primo in iisdem ministri deinde Rectoris ob. 22. November A.D. 1801 æt. 78. Ne fidelissimi pastoris per tot annorum seriem gregem inter suum nunquam non praesentis rarum periret exemplum, Hoc saxum non sine summis apud vicinos desideriis Posuit Filius Munere fungens pio & lugubri. This Church was rebuilt at the expence of the inhabitants & the Reverend . William . Kilner, Rector, A.D. 1874.

Kilner

(Chancel, brass). Under this plate are deposited the Remains of Mrs. Jane Kilner obiit January 7th, 1773 aged 86 years. , Mother of Mr. William Kilner, Rector of this Parish.

Kilner

(Chancel, brass). Under this plate are deposited the Remains of of Mr.John Kilner obiit May10th 1769, aged 21 weeks, Their son. (I.e.son of the Rev W. & Mrs. E. Kilner.)

Kilner

(Chancel). In this Vault are deposited the Remains of Kenelm Kilner Esquire of Weyhill, Hampshire, Barrister-at-Law. of the Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn, London, who died at Appleby November 5th 1840 aged 23.

Kilner

(Chancelfloor). 1840, Kenelm Kilner. My dear son, adieu.

Kilner

(Chancel). Under this plate are deposited the Remains of the Reverend . Thomas Kilner, Minister of Milburn, obiit July 21st 1785 aged 63 years. , Br. to the Revd. Mr. William Kilner, Rector of this Parish.

Kilner

(In. S. brass). Michael Todd of the parish of St. James, Clerkenwell, in the County of Middlesex, gentleman, by his will dated the 11th of August 1692 gave several yearly sums of money for purposes following. To the Churchwarden of this parish for the time being on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly to be distributed at the discretion of the minister and churchwardens among such poor people of this parish as should most want the same, £5 0 0. To the said Churchwardens to be employed and disposed of at the discretion of the said minister and churchwardens in binding and putting apprentices to some handicraft Trade 2 poor boys natives of this parish, to be yearly elected on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, £4 0 0. To such persons as the said Minister & Churchwardens shall approve of being a schoolmaster for the time being, for his better livelihood & encouragement in his employment, £4 0 0. To the Minister of this parish for the time being at the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly, upon condition that he should yearly preach a sermon on that feast or on the Sunday or Lord's Day then next during his residence in this parish £0 10 0. To the said churchwardens to be by them yearly distributed amongst 20 poor indigent men of this parish who shall attend the said sermon & divine service an equal share & share alike, £1 0 0. £14 10 0. To be yearly issuing after the testator's wife's death out of 10 acres of freehold & copyhold lands at Knowel's Green in the Parish of Stains in the County of Middlesex. But a suit in chancery being commenced between this Parish & the heirs at law of the said testator touching this charity, & the lands being very remote from this Parish & worth if sold no more than £320 William . Winders of this parish Esq. out of charity & benevolence & for preserving the testator's charity (which otherwise would have been much lessened if not totally frustrated) made a proposal to settle an annuityof £4 10 0 out of his estate in this parish for the purposes mentioned in the said will, & to pay all the costs & charges on account of the said charity upon having the said 10 acres of land vested in him & his heirs which proposal hath been accepted & carried into execution. The security for the said parish is invested in 5 trustees which in the original will more fully and at large appears. And this monument was to have been erected pursuant to the said will in the year 1739 but has always been neglected till the present year 1778. William , Kilner, Rector, Jo. Furnas, Thomas Watson, John Loy, churchwardens.

Liddle

(E). In memory of Christopher Liddle who died December 23, 1864 aged 60 years. , also Mary his wife who died June 19, 1858 aged 53 years. , also George their son who died July 9, 1833 aged 6 m., also Thomas their son who died July 12, 1835 aged 2 m.

Liddle

(E). Sacred memory of John Liddle who died August 1, 1851 aged 52 years. Mary Ann his da. who died August 12,1837 aged 11 years. Mary his wife who died Jariuary 3oth 1877 aged 74 years.

Loy

(S). In memory of John Loy formery of Dufton who died February 27 1850 aged 92 years. Isabella his wife who died August 9, 1839 aged 70 years.

Loy

(In. S. brass). Michael Todd of the parish of St. James, Clerkenwell, in the County of Middlesex, gentleman, by his will dated the 11th of August 1692 gave several yearly sums of money for purposes following. To the Churchwarden of this parish for the time being on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly to be distributed at the discretion of the minister and churchwardens among such poor people of this parish as should most want the same, £5 0 0. To the said Churchwardens to be employed and disposed of at the discretion of the said minister and churchwardens in binding and putting apprentices to some handicraft Trade 2 poor boys natives of this parish, to be yearly elected on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, £4 0 0. To such persons as the said Minister & Churchwardens shall approve of being a schoolmaster for the time being, for his better livelihood & encouragement in his employment, £4 0 0. To the Minister of this parish for the time being at the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly, upon condition that he should yearly preach a sermon on that feast or on the Sunday or Lord's Day then next during his residence in this parish £0 10 0. To the said churchwardens to be by them yearly distributed amongst 20 poor indigent men of this parish who shall attend the said sermon & divine service an equal share & share alike, £1 0 0. £14 10 0. To be yearly issuing after the testator's wife's death out of 10 acres of freehold & copyhold lands at Knowel's Green in the Parish of Stains in the County of Middlesex. But a suit in chancery being commenced between this Parish & the heirs at law of the said testator touching this charity, & the lands being very remote from this Parish & worth if sold no more than £320 William . Winders of this parish Esq. out of charity & benevolence & for preserving the testator's charity (which otherwise would have been much lessened if not totally frustrated) made a proposal to settle an annuityof £4 10 0 out of his estate in this parish for the purposes mentioned in the said will, & to pay all the costs & charges on account of the said charity upon having the said 10 acres of land vested in him & his heirs which proposal hath been accepted & carried into execution. The security for the said parish is invested in 5 trustees which in the original will more fully and at large appears. And this monument was to have been erected pursuant to the said will in the year 1739 but has always been neglected till the present year 1778. William , Kilner, Rector, Jo. Furnas, Thomas Watson, John Loy, churchwardens.

Nixon

(S). In memory of Thomas Ellwood of Sandriggs who died March 14th 1775 aged 55 years. , also Mary his wife died August 12th 1787 aged 56 years. , Mark Ellwood their son died Novr 23rd 1780 aged 25 years. , also Nanney their daughter and wife of Jonathan Nixon d. May 31st 1808 aged 48 years. , also John Ellwood who died at Whitehaven on the 6th of June 1837 aged 76 years.

Parker

(S). In memory of Jane wife of Robert Blenkarn of Wharleycrofts & daughter of Thomas Parker of Dudmire who died July 6th 1837 aged 49 years. , also 2 of their sons viz. John who died February 16, 1832 aged 14, and William who died in infancy.

Parker

(S). Erected in m. Ann the wife of Thomas Parker of Wharley Crofts who died March 3rd 1833 aged 76 years. , also of the above named Thomas Parker who died May 16th 1836 aged 90 years. , also of William . their son who died at Dudmire June the 30th 1805 aged 5 years. , also of John the son of Wm. & Mary Horn & grandson of the above named who died at Dudmire Octr 21st 1830 aged 5 years. , also Thomas their son who died April 21st 1828 aged 43 years. & lays intered (sic) at Asby.

Parker

(S). May silent dust dictate a happy crown. Sacred memory of Joseph Parker, son of Joseph and Ann Parker who died April 7th 1828 aged 25 years. , also Joseph Parker Senr who departed this life April 27th 1835 aged 85 years. , alsu of Ann his wife who departed life Decr. 16th 1838 aged 76 years.

Parker

(S). In memory of Mary the wife of Henry Parker who died on the 11th.of January 1877 aged 58 years. Also of Tamar their daughter who died on the 2nd of April 1862 aged 7 years. Also of Mary Ann and Henry who died in infancy.

Parmly

(S). In memory of William Bainbridge, who died July 22, 1819 aged 50 years. , also Nancy his wife who died November 8th 1834 aged 62 years. , also Elizabeth

Parsley

(E). In memory of Dorothy Dodd who died at Langton December 12, 1847 aged 72 years. , also her grandson William Parsley who died August 15,1850 aged 26 years. "Then he put forth his hand & took her (the dove) & pulled her in unto him into the ark." In prime of life with all his promise fair, Has sought the grave to rest for ever there.

Richardson

(E). In affectionate remembrance of William, son of John and Mary Richardson of Dufton who died April 6th 1878 aged 47 years. Also Mary their daughter -in-Iaw who died February 27th 1877 aged 26 years.

Robinson

(E). Sacred memory of Hannah, daughter of John and Mary Robinson, who died the 19th of January 1814 aged 12 years. Spectators all both old and young, Your time on earth will not be long, I like a lilly fresh and green, Was once cut down and no more seen.

Robinson

(S). In memory of Robert the beloved son of Robert & Sarah Robinson aged 7 years. Also the said Robert Robinson who died May 28th 1876 aged 54 years. , Elizabeth Airey who died August l0th, 1878 aged 18 years.

Rudd

(E). Sacred memory of John Rudd, yeoman, or Dufton, who died October 13th 1869 aged 78y.

Sanderson

(S). died Ann the wife of Christopher Sanderson November . 28th 1765 aged 34 years. (Verses, illegible).

Sedgwick

(E). In memory of Anne wife of Francis Sedgwick of Langton in the parish of Bongate, who died September 10 1801 aged 61 years. Anne their daughter who died July 19,1808 aged 36 years. John their son who died 21 May 1867 aged 86y.

Shaw

(N). In affectionate remembrance of James Shaw of Donington, Leicestershire, who died at Dufton November l0th 1878 aged 73 years.

Siddle

(S). In memory of Charles Sidde of Dufton who died September 22nd 1870 aged 75 years. , also of Frances his wife who died March 3rd 1869 aged 75 years. John their son who died November 6th 1863 aged 30 years.

Sisson

(E). In affectionate remembrance of Annie Gregson the beloved wife of John Sisson of Dufton, who died May 19th 1873 aged 49 years.

Slee

(E). And we all do fade as a leaf. In memory of John Slee, Far Close, who died May 4th 1872 aged 22 years. , also Mary Slee his sister who died February 20th 1870 aged 7 years. Jane their sister who died September 22, 1872 aged 6 m. Stephen who died November 27, 1879 aged 59 years.

Smith

(S). Sacred memory of Nanny, daughter of John & Ann Smith, who died January 22nd 1835 aged 22 y., also the said john Smith who died August 13, 1859 aged 75 years. , also Elizabeth their daughter who died January 14th 1866 aged 56y., also the said Ann Smith who died September 11th 1870 aged 86 years.

Stagg

(E). Sacred memory of Joseph Dickinson Stagg who died November . 5th, 1823 aged 16 years.

Stephenson

(E). In memory of Christopher Stephenson of Hilton who died on the 22nd of July 1875 aged 65 years.

Stephenson

(E). In memory of George Stephenson of Coat Syke who died March 27, 1836 aged 64 y., also Elizabeth his wife who died March 9, 1853 aged 79 years. William and Benjamin their sons who died October 28,1811, aged 3 weeks. John their son who died January 5, 1854 aged 48 years. George their son who died May 14, 1855 aged 57 years. Thomas their son who died June 19, 1858 aged 56 years. , Robert their son who died September 6, 1861 aged 52 years. T . . . . . T. T. 1861.

Stephenson

(E). In memory of William Tatters of Dufton who died June 27, 1831 aged 46 years. Jane his wife who died March 22, 1861 aged 74 years. John their son who died February 27, 1866 aged 54 years. Elizabeth wife of John Tatters and daughter of George and Elizabeth Stephenson, Coat Syke, who died March 22, 1860 aged 44 years. George their son who died May 9, 1855 aged 12 years. Hannah their daughter who died February 5 . . . . aged 5 years. Isabella daughter of the above William & Jane Tatters who died March 21, 1876 aged 62 years. Christopher their son who died May 7, 1871) aged 49 y.

Stephenson

(S). In memory of Thomas Thornborow who died July 16, 1856 aged 79 years. Isabella his wife who died December 26 1848 aged 68 years. Also Elizabeth Stephenson theirda. who died June l0th 1868 aged 63 years.

Tatters

(E). In memory of William Tatters of Dufton who died June 27, 1831 aged 46 years. Jane his wife who died March 22, 1861 aged 74 years. John their son who died February 27, 1866 aged 54 years. Elizabeth wife of John Tatters and daughter of George and Elizabeth Stephenson, Coat Syke, who died March 22, 1860 aged 44 years. George their son who died May 9, 1855 aged 12 years. Hannah their daughter who died February 5 . . . . aged 5 years. Isabella daughter of the above William & Jane Tatters who died March 21, 1876 aged 62 years. Christopher their son who died May 7, 1871) aged 49 y.

Teasdale

(E). Sacred memory of Mary Ann the beloved wife of Thomas Teasdale of Dufton, who died July 12th 1873 aged 69 years. , also the above Thomas Teasdale who died June l0th, 1880 in his 76th years.

Teasdale

(S). In memory of Thomas Teasdale of Dufton who died November 11, I823 aged 57 years. , Mary his wife who died April 5, 1823 aged 54 years. , also John their son who died May 29 1835 aged 32 years. , also Margaret Hodgson their daughter who died in North Carolina, North America, April 21, 1843 aged 37 years.

Thornborow

(S). In memory of Thomas Thornborow who died July 16, 1856 aged 79 years. Isabella his wife who died December 26 1848 aged 68 years. Also Elizabeth Stephenson theirda. who died June l0th 1868 aged 63 years.

Todd

(In. S. brass). Michael Todd of the parish of St. James, Clerkenwell, in the County of Middlesex, gentleman, by his will dated the 11th of August 1692 gave several yearly sums of money for purposes following. To the Churchwarden of this parish for the time being on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly to be distributed at the discretion of the minister and churchwardens among such poor people of this parish as should most want the same, £5 0 0. To the said Churchwardens to be employed and disposed of at the discretion of the said minister and churchwardens in binding and putting apprentices to some handicraft Trade 2 poor boys natives of this parish, to be yearly elected on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, £4 0 0. To such persons as the said Minister & Churchwardens shall approve of being a schoolmaster for the time being, for his better livelihood & encouragement in his employment, £4 0 0. To the Minister of this parish for the time being at the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly, upon condition that he should yearly preach a sermon on that feast or on the Sunday or Lord's Day then next during his residence in this parish £0 10 0. To the said churchwardens to be by them yearly distributed amongst 20 poor indigent men of this parish who shall attend the said sermon & divine service an equal share & share alike, £1 0 0. £14 10 0. To be yearly issuing after the testator's wife's death out of 10 acres of freehold & copyhold lands at Knowel's Green in the Parish of Stains in the County of Middlesex. But a suit in chancery being commenced between this Parish & the heirs at law of the said testator touching this charity, & the lands being very remote from this Parish & worth if sold no more than £320 William . Winders of this parish Esq. out of charity & benevolence & for preserving the testator's charity (which otherwise would have been much lessened if not totally frustrated) made a proposal to settle an annuityof £4 10 0 out of his estate in this parish for the purposes mentioned in the said will, & to pay all the costs & charges on account of the said charity upon having the said 10 acres of land vested in him & his heirs which proposal hath been accepted & carried into execution. The security for the said parish is invested in 5 trustees which in the original will more fully and at large appears. And this monument was to have been erected pursuant to the said will in the year 1739 but has always been neglected till the present year 1778. William , Kilner, Rector, Jo. Furnas, Thomas Watson, John Loy, churchwardens.

Tuer

(S). Sacred memory of Richard Tuer, late of this place, yeoman, who died on the 14 day of February 1854 aged 68 years. also of Ann Tuer late of this place, spinster, sister of the above, who died on the 30 day of March 1860 aged 81 years. , also of Thomas Tuer yeoman, their last surviving brother who died on the 6 day of April 1861 aged 73 years. upon whose decease this memorial was erected. In the hour of death and in the day of Judgment Good Lord deliver us.

Watson

(In. S. brass). Michael Todd of the parish of St. James, Clerkenwell, in the County of Middlesex, gentleman, by his will dated the 11th of August 1692 gave several yearly sums of money for purposes following. To the Churchwarden of this parish for the time being on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly to be distributed at the discretion of the minister and churchwardens among such poor people of this parish as should most want the same, £5 0 0. To the said Churchwardens to be employed and disposed of at the discretion of the said minister and churchwardens in binding and putting apprentices to some handicraft Trade 2 poor boys natives of this parish, to be yearly elected on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, £4 0 0. To such persons as the said Minister & Churchwardens shall approve of being a schoolmaster for the time being, for his better livelihood & encouragement in his employment, £4 0 0. To the Minister of this parish for the time being at the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly, upon condition that he should yearly preach a sermon on that feast or on the Sunday or Lord's Day then next during his residence in this parish £0 10 0. To the said churchwardens to be by them yearly distributed amongst 20 poor indigent men of this parish who shall attend the said sermon & divine service an equal share & share alike, £1 0 0. £14 10 0. To be yearly issuing after the testator's wife's death out of 10 acres of freehold & copyhold lands at Knowel's Green in the Parish of Stains in the County of Middlesex. But a suit in chancery being commenced between this Parish & the heirs at law of the said testator touching this charity, & the lands being very remote from this Parish & worth if sold no more than £320 William . Winders of this parish Esq. out of charity & benevolence & for preserving the testator's charity (which otherwise would have been much lessened if not totally frustrated) made a proposal to settle an annuityof £4 10 0 out of his estate in this parish for the purposes mentioned in the said will, & to pay all the costs & charges on account of the said charity upon having the said 10 acres of land vested in him & his heirs which proposal hath been accepted & carried into execution. The security for the said parish is invested in 5 trustees which in the original will more fully and at large appears. And this monument was to have been erected pursuant to the said will in the year 1739 but has always been neglected till the present year 1778. William , Kilner, Rector, Jo. Furnas, Thomas Watson, John Loy, churchwardens.

Watson

(S). Sacred memory of Ann daughter of Thomas & Eleanor Watson who departed this life December 20th 1817 aged 31 years. (Other side). To the memory of Thomas Watson of Dufton who departed this life December . 23d 1814 aged 88 years. , also Elizabeth his wife died March 25th 1819 aged 88 years. , also Thomas their son died March 23rd 1828 aged 74, also of Eleanor his wife who died August 14th 1846 aged 90 years.

Watson

(S). Sacred memory of Mary, wife of Thomas Watson who died April l0th 1836 aged 44 years. also the said Thomas Watson, who died June 11th, 1854, aged 63 years.

Wilkinson

(E). Erected in m. Christopher Wilkinson of Dufton who died at Knock .Jan. 15, 1869 aged 60 years. Hannah his wife who died June 2, 1869 aged 62 years.

Willan

(E). To the memory of John Dargue of Dufton, who died April 14th 1825 aged 66 years. , also Mary his widow who died at Appleby August 5th 1840 aged 83 years. In memory of William son of George and Tamar Willan who died May 22nd 1839 aged 22 years.

Willan

(E). To the memory of John Willan of Knock who died Jany 1st 1827 aged 61 years. this stone was erected by his wife Ann his wife, who died Jany 17, 1843 aged 74 years.

Winder

(In. chancel). Near this place are deposited the remains of William Winder Esqr. who died the 5th day of May 1766 aged 75, his only sister and executrix Mary, the wife of John Blackwall Esqr of Stamford in Lincolnshire caused this monument to be erected to the memory of her dear brother.

Winders

(In. S. brass). Michael Todd of the parish of St. James, Clerkenwell, in the County of Middlesex, gentleman, by his will dated the 11th of August 1692 gave several yearly sums of money for purposes following. To the Churchwarden of this parish for the time being on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly to be distributed at the discretion of the minister and churchwardens among such poor people of this parish as should most want the same, £5 0 0. To the said Churchwardens to be employed and disposed of at the discretion of the said minister and churchwardens in binding and putting apprentices to some handicraft Trade 2 poor boys natives of this parish, to be yearly elected on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, £4 0 0. To such persons as the said Minister & Churchwardens shall approve of being a schoolmaster for the time being, for his better livelihood & encouragement in his employment, £4 0 0. To the Minister of this parish for the time being at the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel yearly, upon condition that he should yearly preach a sermon on that feast or on the Sunday or Lord's Day then next during his residence in this parish £0 10 0. To the said churchwardens to be by them yearly distributed amongst 20 poor indigent men of this parish who shall attend the said sermon & divine service an equal share & share alike, £1 0 0. £14 10 0. To be yearly issuing after the testator's wife's death out of 10 acres of freehold & copyhold lands at Knowel's Green in the Parish of Stains in the County of Middlesex. But a suit in chancery being commenced between this Parish & the heirs at law of the said testator touching this charity, & the lands being very remote from this Parish & worth if sold no more than £320 William . Winders of this parish Esq. out of charity & benevolence & for preserving the testator's charity (which otherwise would have been much lessened if not totally frustrated) made a proposal to settle an annuityof £4 10 0 out of his estate in this parish for the purposes mentioned in the said will, & to pay all the costs & charges on account of the said charity upon having the said 10 acres of land vested in him & his heirs which proposal hath been accepted & carried into execution. The security for the said parish is invested in 5 trustees which in the original will more fully and at large appears. And this monument was to have been erected pursuant to the said will in the year 1739 but has always been neglected till the present year 1778. William , Kilner, Rector, Jo. Furnas, Thomas Watson, John Loy, churchwardens.

Wright

(E). Erected in m. John Hill who died January 12th 1829 aged 63 years. , and of Jane Hill his wife who died September . 3d 1834 aged 63 years. , William their son died Sepr. 1st 1828 aged 17 years. , also Jane Wright their daughter who died November . 3d 1829 aged 32 years.