North of the Sands

Parish of Bampton

52 records for Bampton in Westmoreland Church Notes

Birkett

(In Porch S). Here lyes the Body of William Birkett of Troutbeck, Writing Master, who died here in ye 35th years. of his age and was buried February 22nd A.D. 1716.

Bissel

(S.) In affectionate remembrance of Isabella Bissel who died at Bampton November . 20th 1864 aged 29 years.

Bowman

(Windows in Nave N. & S..) I. H. S. Erected by Margaret Bowman 1871, (2) b. at High Roughill Bampton 1788.

Bowman

(N). To Margaret Bowman Daughter of Joseph Bowman, High Roughill, Hampton, who died I. February . 23rd 1875 aged 86 years. “O tarry thou the Lord's leisure; be strong and he shall comfort thine heart, and put thou thy trust in the Lord." Psalm 27. 16 Verse. In my wanderings round this world of care, In my griefs, and God has given my share, I still had hopes, my long vexations pass'd, Here to return and die at home at last.-(Goldsmith). Blessed be the Lord. M. B. 1868.

Bowstead

(In. W). In memoriam Johannis Bowstead S. T. B. Scholæ Bamp-toniensis LVI annos Magister, qui literarum peritus ac integer vitæ eandem doctrina moribusque perornavit-nat. December XXIV MDCCLIV ob. November 1, MDCCCXLI, hoc marmor ponendum statuerunt Jacobus Bowstead died D, episcopus Lichfeldinus, Thomas Stanley Bowstead Memory of A., Prebendarius, hic filius ille fratris filius, uterque discipulus, ambo gratissimi A.D. MDCCCXLIII.

Bowstead

(In Porch S). Sacred memory of eight endeared Relations whose. mortal Remains rest near this Hallowed Tablet; Reverend John Bowstead B.D. and H.M.N.A.S., Fifty-six y. Master of Bampton Grammar School, Forty years. Min. of Mardale Chapel, Ten years. Rector of Musgrave, all in Westmorland, And finally a Prebendary of Lichfield Conferred upon him by his favourite Nephew and grateful pupil The Right Reverend . James Bowstead died D. Lord Bishop of Lichfield. He was the eldest son of Thomas and Grace Bowstead, Yeoman. B. at Great Salkeld near Penrith Cumb. December . 24th 1754 and died at Great Musgrave November . lst 1841. Peggy his beloved wife, who was the youngest Daughter of Christopher and Elizabeth Mounsey of Eastward, Yeo- man, (and Cousin to George Mounsey Esqre. Memory of A. Formerly Fellow of Jesus College Cambridge and one of Dean Milner's close competitors), was born at Eastward aforesaid June 24th 1755 and died July 8th 1831. Elizabeth Bowstead, Spinster, their eldest Daughter, was born May 13th 1780 and died November . 30th 1841. Christopher Bowstead Esqre. of Messand Beck Hall, Haweswater, was born April 26th 1783 and died in May 1843. Hannah his pious Wife, who was the eldest Daughter of George and Mary Robinson of Scotch Street Carlisle, and mother of an only Son (the Reverend . John Bowstead M.A. Vicar of Messingham and Prebendary of Lincoln) died in 1847 aged 66. Mary Bowstead, Spinster, their fourth Daughter was born March 22nd 1789, and died June 18th 1844. Ann wife of Thomas Mounsey of Roughill, Yeoman, their third daughter, was born in November . 1784 and died in October 1845. Margaret their seventh and Youngest Daughter, (and Widowed Mother of Robert Docker, Scholar of Queen's College Oxford), was born April l0th 1798 and died in October 1849. Three other of their children were buried elsewhere; And three survive to lament their family loss. Pace quiescant; Gloria resurgant. This Tablet was erected by a dutiful Son and affectionate Brother The Reverend . Thomas Stanley Bowstead M.A. Vicar of Tarvin and Prebendary of Lichfield A.D. March 18th 1851.

Cooper

(S). "The place where the Lord lay." Matt. XXVIII. VI. In affectionate remembrance of George Cooper of Bomby in this parish who died 14th February 1875 aged 78, also of Margaret his wife who died 3rd September , 1878, aged 76. " To be with Christ, which is far better."

Cowburn

(S). In memory of John Raven the beloved child of John and Isabella Cowburn, who d. March 13th 1852 aged 2 years. and 8 m.

Darling

(N. altar tomb). In loving memory James Darling 21 years. Vicar of this Parish who died March 18th 1883 aged 67. "Where I am there shall also my Servant be." John XII. 26.

Dawes

(Brass On stone E. wall). In Memory of Philip Jackson who died December the 2nd 1724 aged 60. And Jane his Wife who died Oct. the 20th 1739 aged 70. Also four of their children Philip Jackson who died September . the 11th 1770 aged 72. Mary Dawes widow of John Dawes who died November . the 30th 1776 aged 80. Martha Judson widow of William . Judson who died June the 14th 1781 aged 76. And Olave Jackson who died March l0th 1793 aged 93.

Docker

(In Porch S). Sacred memory of eight endeared Relations whose. mortal Remains rest near this Hallowed Tablet; Reverend John Bowstead B.D. and H.M.N.A.S., Fifty-six y. Master of Bampton Grammar School, Forty years. Min. of Mardale Chapel, Ten years. Rector of Musgrave, all in Westmorland, And finally a Prebendary of Lichfield Conferred upon him by his favourite Nephew and grateful pupil The Right Reverend . James Bowstead died D. Lord Bishop of Lichfield. He was the eldest son of Thomas and Grace Bowstead, Yeoman. B. at Great Salkeld near Penrith Cumb. December . 24th 1754 and died at Great Musgrave November . lst 1841. Peggy his beloved wife, who was the youngest Daughter of Christopher and Elizabeth Mounsey of Eastward, Yeo- man, (and Cousin to George Mounsey Esqre. Memory of A. Formerly Fellow of Jesus College Cambridge and one of Dean Milner's close competitors), was born at Eastward aforesaid June 24th 1755 and died July 8th 1831. Elizabeth Bowstead, Spinster, their eldest Daughter, was born May 13th 1780 and died November . 30th 1841. Christopher Bowstead Esqre. of Messand Beck Hall, Haweswater, was born April 26th 1783 and died in May 1843. Hannah his pious Wife, who was the eldest Daughter of George and Mary Robinson of Scotch Street Carlisle, and mother of an only Son (the Reverend . John Bowstead M.A. Vicar of Messingham and Prebendary of Lincoln) died in 1847 aged 66. Mary Bowstead, Spinster, their fourth Daughter was born March 22nd 1789, and died June 18th 1844. Ann wife of Thomas Mounsey of Roughill, Yeoman, their third daughter, was born in November . 1784 and died in October 1845. Margaret their seventh and Youngest Daughter, (and Widowed Mother of Robert Docker, Scholar of Queen's College Oxford), was born April l0th 1798 and died in October 1849. Three other of their children were buried elsewhere; And three survive to lament their family loss. Pace quiescant; Gloria resurgant. This Tablet was erected by a dutiful Son and affectionate Brother The Reverend . Thomas Stanley Bowstead M.A. Vicar of Tarvin and Prebendary of Lichfield A.D. March 18th 1851.

Docker

(S). Sacred memory of Edmund Docker who died October 24th 1836. Also of Ann his wife who d. December . 15th 1850. Erected by their affectionate children.

Docker

{S). In loving memory William Gunson Docker, of Moorahill, Bampton, born June 23rd 1842, died September . 10th 1881.

Ebdell

(N). Sacred memory of John Ebdell who died March 6th, 1849 Aged 75 years. And Eleanor his wife who died July 31st 1853 aged 82 years. , also Margaret their Daughter who died September 15th 1818 Aged 17 years. And John their son who died January 11th, 1851 aged 45 years.

Gibson

(In. W). Memoriæ Sacrum Edmundi et Janæ Gibson charissimorum parentum; Monumentum hoc posuit Edmundus Episcopus Londinensis Anno Domini MDCCXLIII.

Hodgson

(S). Thy will be done. In Memory of Margaret Hodgson daughter of Thomas Noble of High How who died in Penrith February 9th 1867 aged 94 years.

Hodgson

(N). In Memory of The Reverend . William Hodgson 27 years Vicar of this Parish. Born May 19th 1793. Died November . 2nd 1861. This Memorial, a Reminiscence of pious Services, was erected by his grateful Parishioners and attached Friends.

Jackson

(Brass On stone E. wall). In Memory of Philip Jackson who died December the 2nd 1724 aged 60. And Jane his Wife who died Oct. the 20th 1739 aged 70. Also four of their children Philip Jackson who died September . the 11th 1770 aged 72. Mary Dawes widow of John Dawes who died November . the 30th 1776 aged 80. Martha Judson widow of William . Judson who died June the 14th 1781 aged 76. And Olave Jackson who died March l0th 1793 aged 93.

Jackson

(Brass on stone E. Wall). Memory of S. Thomæ Jackson in vicinio nati, Qui Scholam hanc, cui circiter annos XLIV vigilantissime præfuit, Commendavit adeo ut non tenuis fuerit gloria inter Bamptoniæ educatos numerari. Utrumque docuit Gibsonium alterum CI. Lincolniæ Præsulem, alterum Coll. Reg. Oxon Præpositum, Aliosque plurimos qui Patriæ simul et Scholæ sunt ornamenta. Obijt Pridie Kal; Junii An. Dom. MDCCXIX Ætatis suæ LXIV. Skull and crossed bones, winged hourglass etc; to left on book within wreath, “Virtus post funera vivit”; to right, circle with crossed lines and "Vita hominis umbra." Memory of Cole sculp. 1719.

Johnson

(E). Sacred memory of William. Johnson who departed this life December 11th 1836 Aged 71 years. Also Isabella his wife who died December 15th 1836 Aged 81 years. They were interred in the same Grave on Friday the 16th day of December. This stone was erected by their Son the Reverend . Thomas Johnson of Abbottsford, Lower Canada, of dutiful affection to his beloved parents. Seldom occurr'd in humble married life A happier Concord between Man & Wife; In life one track unanimous they trod, In Death together went to meet their God.

Judson

(Brass On stone E. wall). In Memory of Philip Jackson who died December the 2nd 1724 aged 60. And Jane his Wife who died Oct. the 20th 1739 aged 70. Also four of their children Philip Jackson who died September . the 11th 1770 aged 72. Mary Dawes widow of John Dawes who died November . the 30th 1776 aged 80. Martha Judson widow of William . Judson who died June the 14th 1781 aged 76. And Olave Jackson who died March l0th 1793 aged 93.

Marshall

(E). Sacred memory of John Marshall, B. at Warton in the County of Lancaster and died at Staingarth in this Parish May 24th 1851 Aged 91 years. And of Mary his Wife who died at Hullock How May 1St 1862 Aged 103 years. Also of John Squire Marshall their son who died at Staingarth March l0th 1837 aged 46 years.

Moffatt

(E). In Memory of John Moffatt of Bampton who died December 22nd 1858 aged 44 years. Mary Moffatt daughter of John Moffatt who died May 8th 1864 aged 17 years. Also Ann Moffat (sic.) wife of the above John Moffat who died April 16th 1882 Aged 62 years.

Mounsey

(In Porch S). Sacred memory of eight endeared Relations whose. mortal Remains rest near this Hallowed Tablet; Reverend John Bowstead B.D. and H.M.N.A.S., Fifty-six y. Master of Bampton Grammar School, Forty years. Min. of Mardale Chapel, Ten years. Rector of Musgrave, all in Westmorland, And finally a Prebendary of Lichfield Conferred upon him by his favourite Nephew and grateful pupil The Right Reverend . James Bowstead died D. Lord Bishop of Lichfield. He was the eldest son of Thomas and Grace Bowstead, Yeoman. B. at Great Salkeld near Penrith Cumb. December . 24th 1754 and died at Great Musgrave November . lst 1841. Peggy his beloved wife, who was the youngest Daughter of Christopher and Elizabeth Mounsey of Eastward, Yeo- man, (and Cousin to George Mounsey Esqre. Memory of A. Formerly Fellow of Jesus College Cambridge and one of Dean Milner's close competitors), was born at Eastward aforesaid June 24th 1755 and died July 8th 1831. Elizabeth Bowstead, Spinster, their eldest Daughter, was born May 13th 1780 and died November . 30th 1841. Christopher Bowstead Esqre. of Messand Beck Hall, Haweswater, was born April 26th 1783 and died in May 1843. Hannah his pious Wife, who was the eldest Daughter of George and Mary Robinson of Scotch Street Carlisle, and mother of an only Son (the Reverend . John Bowstead M.A. Vicar of Messingham and Prebendary of Lincoln) died in 1847 aged 66. Mary Bowstead, Spinster, their fourth Daughter was born March 22nd 1789, and died June 18th 1844. Ann wife of Thomas Mounsey of Roughill, Yeoman, their third daughter, was born in November . 1784 and died in October 1845. Margaret their seventh and Youngest Daughter, (and Widowed Mother of Robert Docker, Scholar of Queen's College Oxford), was born April l0th 1798 and died in October 1849. Three other of their children were buried elsewhere; And three survive to lament their family loss. Pace quiescant; Gloria resurgant. This Tablet was erected by a dutiful Son and affectionate Brother The Reverend . Thomas Stanley Bowstead M.A. Vicar of Tarvin and Prebendary of Lichfield A.D. March 18th 1851.

Mounsey

(Brass on stone S. Wall). In Memory of Christopher Son of Chr. & Elizabeth Mounsey of Eastward who died January 24 Æ. 17, 1761.

Mounsey

(S). In Memory of Noble Mounsey who died May 23rd 1844 aged 48 years. Also of Ann his wife who died March 8th 1875 aged 76 years. Also of Thomas their son who died November . Ist 1842 aged 21 years. Also of Mary wife of Henry Serjeant who died June 30th 1873 aged 47 years. Also of William Mounsey who died June 17th 1878 aged 40 years.

Nicholson

(S). Sacred memory of Mary Nicholson of Beck Foot, Daughter of Henry and Eleanor Nicholson of Low Knipe in this Parish who died October 3rd 1801 Aged 63 years.

Noble

(S). Thy will be done. In Memory of Margaret Hodgson daughter of Thomas Noble of High How who died in Penrith February 9th 1867 aged 94 years.

Noble

(E. window). To the Glory of God, erected by Elizabeth Noble in Memory of her parents Thomas Noble of High How who died at Beckfoot Oct. 16th 1858 aged 83, and Ann his wife who died May 9th 1842 aged 67.

Noble

(Base of brass eagle Lectern). + Presented to Bampton Church by Jane Noble of Beckfoot 1885. +

Noble

(In. Choir N). To Memory of John Noble Esquire, son of Thomas and Agnes Noble of High How, who died in London on the 2nd of November 1816 in the 83rd years. of his Age, and lies interred in Finchley Church Yard Middlesex. A Benefactor of the interest of Five Hundred Pounds in the Consold. three Pr. Cents. to the Master of the Free Grammar School of the Parish and to his successors for ever. (Arms, above). Ar. on chief or (sic. should be gu.) lion passant guardant gu. (shd. be or) (N. of Reresby Co. Leic.) ; impaling 4ly (and per fess ind.) gu. and or I & 4 in chief maunch ar., in base acorn slipped and leaved of 2nd ; 2 & 3, 3, dragons heads couped sa. (shd. be of lst, Akerman of London). Crest, Eagle displayed or. (Noble).

Noble

(In Choir N). Sacred memory of William Noble of Foley Place London (son of Thomas and Margaret Noble of High How in this Parish) who departed this life on the 7th of June 1823, aged 78. The best of Fathers and the best of friends, she, for whom he joined those tender names erects this marble.

Noble

(4 Brasses on stone S. Wall). Here lies (sic) the remains of John Pearson who died the 9th of September 1786 Aged 68 years. Beloved saint it now avails thee not, By whom remembered or by whom forgot ; Though thou art dust, thy memory dear shall be To thy friends that's left at last to rest with thee. 2. Sacred memory of The Reverend Thomas Pearson, upwards of 31 years. Vicar of this Parish who died December l0th, A.D. 1833 Aged 75 years. 3. Sacred memory of Frances, Relict of the Reverend Thomas Pearson. She died October 4th, 1835 Aged 86 years. 4. Here Lyeth the Body of Michael Noble son of Michael and Agnes Noble of High Rough Hill, who departed this life the 21st Day of July Ano Dom 1731 in the 4th years. of his Age. Also Michael, Father to the above, who departed this life December . ye 15th 1768 aged 83

Pearson

(4 Brasses on stone S. Wall). Here lies (sic) the remains of John Pearson who died the 9th of September 1786 Aged 68 years. Beloved saint it now avails thee not, By whom remembered or by whom forgot ; Though thou art dust, thy memory dear shall be To thy friends that's left at last to rest with thee. 2. Sacred memory of The Reverend Thomas Pearson, upwards of 31 years. Vicar of this Parish who died December l0th, A.D. 1833 Aged 75 years. 3. Sacred memory of Frances, Relict of the Reverend Thomas Pearson. She died October 4th, 1835 Aged 86 years. 4. Here Lyeth the Body of Michael Noble son of Michael and Agnes Noble of High Rough Hill, who departed this life the 21st Day of July Ano Dom 1731 in the 4th years. of his Age. Also Michael, Father to the above, who departed this life December . ye 15th 1768 aged 83

Richardson

(In Porch N). Sacred memory of Vice-Admiral Sir Charles Richardson, Knight Commander of the order of the Bath. Baptised March l0th 1769. died November . 10th 1850. He entered the Navy in 1787, was present in the Battles of the Ist of June and of Camperdown, was made Post Captain in 1803, and served with great distinction to the end of the War, repeatedly receiving the thanks of the officers under whose command he was placed. This Monument is erected in compliance with his wish that such a record should prove to the youth of this parish, in which he was educated, that by uprightness of conduct, zeal, and long service in their country's cause, they may, without any advantage of birth, attain the highest rank, and honours, from a grateful country. Arms (above.) Erm. naval crown or encircled by 2 branches of oak, leaved and fructed ppr. on chief az. anchor between 2 lion's heads erased of 2nd. Crest, on wreath of colours i.e. ar. & vert, out of naval crown or, (sails ar.) lion's head couped sa. (shd. be ermines) surmounting of anchor in bend sinr. gold (R. of Painsthorpe Co. York.

Richardson

(E). " In the midst of Life we are in Death." In l. Memory of Nathan Richardson who d. at Bampton Grange Augst. 8th 1863 aged 59 years. Also Mary Ann daughter of the above who died February 3rd 1871 aged 21 years. Also Elizabeth daughter of the above who died February 6th 1871 aged 23 years. Also Daniel son of the above who died Aug. 3oth 1874 aged 31Y.

Robinson

(In Porch S). Sacred memory of eight endeared Relations whose. mortal Remains rest near this Hallowed Tablet; Reverend John Bowstead B.D. and H.M.N.A.S., Fifty-six y. Master of Bampton Grammar School, Forty years. Min. of Mardale Chapel, Ten years. Rector of Musgrave, all in Westmorland, And finally a Prebendary of Lichfield Conferred upon him by his favourite Nephew and grateful pupil The Right Reverend . James Bowstead died D. Lord Bishop of Lichfield. He was the eldest son of Thomas and Grace Bowstead, Yeoman. B. at Great Salkeld near Penrith Cumb. December . 24th 1754 and died at Great Musgrave November . lst 1841. Peggy his beloved wife, who was the youngest Daughter of Christopher and Elizabeth Mounsey of Eastward, Yeo- man, (and Cousin to George Mounsey Esqre. Memory of A. Formerly Fellow of Jesus College Cambridge and one of Dean Milner's close competitors), was born at Eastward aforesaid June 24th 1755 and died July 8th 1831. Elizabeth Bowstead, Spinster, their eldest Daughter, was born May 13th 1780 and died November . 30th 1841. Christopher Bowstead Esqre. of Messand Beck Hall, Haweswater, was born April 26th 1783 and died in May 1843. Hannah his pious Wife, who was the eldest Daughter of George and Mary Robinson of Scotch Street Carlisle, and mother of an only Son (the Reverend . John Bowstead M.A. Vicar of Messingham and Prebendary of Lincoln) died in 1847 aged 66. Mary Bowstead, Spinster, their fourth Daughter was born March 22nd 1789, and died June 18th 1844. Ann wife of Thomas Mounsey of Roughill, Yeoman, their third daughter, was born in November . 1784 and died in October 1845. Margaret their seventh and Youngest Daughter, (and Widowed Mother of Robert Docker, Scholar of Queen's College Oxford), was born April l0th 1798 and died in October 1849. Three other of their children were buried elsewhere; And three survive to lament their family loss. Pace quiescant; Gloria resurgant. This Tablet was erected by a dutiful Son and affectionate Brother The Reverend . Thomas Stanley Bowstead M.A. Vicar of Tarvin and Prebendary of Lichfield A.D. March 18th 1851.

Rowlandson

(E). I. H. S. Sacred memory of John Rowlandson, Yeoman, of Knipe, who died the 16th of May 1837 Aged 64 years. Also of Mary his Wife who died the 6th of December 1850 aged 75 years. "So teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom." Ps.90. v.12.

Rowlandson

(E). Sacred memory of Thomas Rowlandson of Drybarrows who departed life on the 16th day of July 1833, Aged 69 years. Also of Dorothy his Wife who died June 26th 1848 aged 83 Y.

Russell

(N wall). Sacred memory of Peter Russell who died June 28th 1843 aged 61 y; also of Ann his wife who died January 3rd 1851 aged 72 years. : as a mark of filial affection this tablet was erected by their youngest son John Russell of Manchester.

Sanderson

(N). In Memory of William Sanderson who died November . 28th 1862 Aged 38 years. Also of Robert Harrison Sanderson his Son, who died December . 18th 1862 Aged 3½ years. The sweet remembrance of the just Shall flourish though they sleep in Dust.

Serjeant

(S). In Memory of Noble Mounsey who died May 23rd 1844 aged 48 years. Also of Ann his wife who died March 8th 1875 aged 76 years. Also of Thomas their son who died November . Ist 1842 aged 21 years. Also of Mary wife of Henry Serjeant who died June 30th 1873 aged 47 years. Also of William Mounsey who died June 17th 1878 aged 40 years.

Sproat

(S). To Memory of Thomas Sproat who. died at Roughill June 21st 1873. aged 75 years. , also Hannah Sproat his wife who died August 12th 1862 aged 63 years. , and lies interred in Hayton Church Yard Cumb. ; also Mary Sproat who died May 19th 1878 aged 41 years. "So teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom:'

Steadman

(E. text on shield). "The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord." In memory of Thomas the son of Thomas & Mary Steadman of Bampton who died July 13th 1857 Aged 26 years. Also of Thomas Steadman, Father of the above who died January 18th 1877 Aged 80 years.

Stephenson

(Brass on stone W. wall). Memoriæ Sacrum Reverend i. Gulielmi Stephenson hujus Ecclesiæ Vicarii, qui obiit 25to die Decembris 1762do Ætatis suæ 57 months.

Sutton

(School Wall adjoining churchyard). Impensis Civium London. Authore Thoma Sutton S. Th. died libera hacc Schola Gramat. fundata est Anno Dom. 1623.* * Born at Bampton, Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford; and drowned at sea between Newcastle and London See "Athen. Oxon." I 407-8.

Thompson

(S. altar tomb). In Memory of Matthew Thompson, Yeoman, of Walmgate Foot. who died L. the 8th of May 1760 Aged 53 years. Also of Elizabeth his Wife who died the 22nd of August 1785 Aged 82 years. Also to Memory of Matthew the Son of the above named Matthew and Elizabeth Thompson who departed this life October the 2d 1807 Aged 73 years.

Wearing

(Brass on stone W. wall). Panditur elegantius-denuo sanctuarium Dei Resurgunt Ædes Gratiis Musisque Sacratæ ; Instaurata omnia Thoma Wearing Vicario Vix dotatam, cum dirutam, tum auctam ter amabilem Unam hanc, unice, confarreavit Ecclesiam Nec impar, nec appetentior ille Minister Prisca fide, patriis Moribus, simplici munditiá; Bibliorum prius Oraculis rite sciscitatis Liturgiæ ceu Palladii ad aras usque tenax, Rationem Æconomiae qualem qualem redditurus, Quod feliciter vortat excessit --Sicut egens, multos autem locuplctans, Tanquam nihil habens, et omnia possidens, Ilicet, Age, ingredere actutum mi tu, Hac itur ad cœlum; Nusquam alibi requies; Ut simus potiundo, faxit Deus. Natus 7 Mar. 1674 ; Inductus 25 Mar. 1699. Denatus 30 August 1742.

Wharton

(S). Sacred memory of George Wharton of Measand Becks, .Yeoman, who died October 16th A.D. 1822 aged 44 years. , and Sarah Wharton of Gate Foot, widow of the above George Wharton who died March Ist A.D. 1871 aged 87 years. Also Thomas Wharton son of the above George & Sarah Wharton who died September . 16th A.D. 1824 aged 14 years. Also Ann Wharton their daughter who died June 7th A.D. 1877, aged 63 years.

Wilson

(S. Brass on stone). In Memory of Mary wife of W. T. Wilson of the School. died Novr. 4th 1853 aged 40 years. and 344 days. Purified in the alembic of affliction Her end was peace. In pace quiescat, in gloria resurgat. “The Grave is mine House.” O let me then with pious care survey This little freehold of once living clay And know my end. William Frederick Wilson of the School, Bampton, who died on the Ist of May 1864 Aged 62 years.

Winder

(S). + In memory of John Winder of Helton Dale who departed this life Janry. 4th 1872 Aged 49 y., also of Mary-Ann his Wife who departed this life October 13th 1857 Aged 28 years. Barbara Ann Winder Daughter of the above B. September . 13th 1853 died September . 12th, 1875.

Winder

(S. Urn). Sacred memory of Thomas Winder of Bampton who died . l. January 24th 1826 aged 52 years. , also of John Winder of Bampton Grange who died October 9th 1875 aged 54 y.