North of the Sands

Parish of Windermere

122 records for Windermere in Westmoreland Church Notes

Allan

(In. S). Near this Place are deposited the remains of Robert Allan Esq. late Banker in Edinburgh, who was B. 27 November 1745 and died at Ferney Green in this Parish on the 19 day of July 1818 in his 73 years. Sincerely deplored by his affectionate family and friends.

Allan

(S. wall, rail). Robert Allan 1818. Helen third daughter of the above named Robert Allan and Widow of George Hoskins Esq. died on the 10th of May 1853 Aged 73 and was interred here.

Barton

(In N. aisle, E). In memory of Ann, Relict of the Reverend . William Barton, Rector of Windermere, who departed this life June xxvi. MDCCCXXVI years.

Barton

(E. altar tomb, rail). To the memory of Anne third daughter of the late Reverend . William Barton Rector of Windermere who died April the 28th 1847. Also of Jane second daughter of the above who died February 27th 1855. Also Mary his eldest daughter who died April 15th 1804 and was interred in the chancel of this church.

Barton

(In. N. aisle, E). In Pious m. Elizabeth Barton, Wife of John Barton of Kendal who died the 27th January 1830 aged 83 years. The longer known the dearer still she grew. Also In memory of John Barton of Kendal who died the 26th of April 1833 aged 78 years.

Barton

(In. N. aisle, E. brass). To Memory of the Reverend . Girlington Butler Barton late Patron and Rector of Windermere who died much regretted the 12th Day of February 1763 in the 60th years. of his Age.

Barton

(In. N. aisle, E. brass). Within the Rails at the North side of the Altar Table Lyeth the Body of the Reverend Mr. William Barton late Patron and Rector of Windermere, who departed this life the I2th of January in the years. of our Lord 1718 and of his Age 51. B. A. 0.

Barton

(In. N. aisle, E). In Memory of Reverend . William Barton xliii years. Rector of this Parish, who died the third day of February MDCCCXXIII, Aged lxxv. years.

Beaufoy

(In. N). Captain Mark Beaufoy formerly of the Coldstream Guards, with which regiment he served at the battle of Waterloo, he died at Windermere May 31st 1854 aged 60 years.

Belfield

(E). In memory of Rasselas Belfield a Native of Abyssinia who departed this life on the 16th Day of January 1822 Aged 32y. A Slave by birth, I left my native land, And found my Freedom on Britannia's Strand. Blest Isle! Thou Glory of the Wise and Free, Thy Touch alone unbinds the Chains of Slavery.

Bellasis

(In. brass, S). + In memory of Daniel H. Bellasis Who died October 18, 1874 aged 54 years.

Bellasis

(Altar tomb, rail, s. wall). S. m, George Hutchins Bellasis who died 4th of January 1822 aged 43. And of Charlotte his Wife who died l8th of September 1857 in the 80th years. of her age.

Benson

(S. flat). In Memory of Marrian Benson of Lickbarrow who died March 8, 1804 Aged 60. Also of John Benson her Husband who departed this life March 9th 1820 Aged 75y. Also of Robert, Son of the above who died April 14th 1850 Aged 81 years.

Benson

(S). In Memory of Robert Benson of Lindeth who departed this life August 26, 1815 aged 68 years. Here also lie the Remains of Ann his daughter who lost her Life by a Fall on the Ground July 12, 1795 aged 15. Joseph his Son died April 8, 1804 aged 10 years. Robert his Son died July 16, 1810 aged 23 years. Betty Dickinson his daughter died November 3, 1813 aged 34 years.

Bills

(N. low altar tomb). Sacred memory of Hannah Bills wife of Benjamin Bills of the Ferry Inn who departed this life on the 18th day of June 1847 aged 47 y

Birkett

(N.flat tomb). In remembrance of Thomas Birkett of Henning who departed this life January 29th 1837 aged 87 years. And Elizabeth who departed this life October 22nd 184l aged 89 years.

Blythe

(S. flat). Richard the Son of Richard Blythe died December the 25th 1773 aged 24. John the Son of Richard Blythe died December the 11th 1773 aged 20.

Bolton

(W. altar tomb, rail). In the vault beneath are deposited the remains of John Bolton Esquire of Liverpool and of Storrs Hall in this Parish. B. at Ulverston 22nd March 1756 died at Liverpool 21st Feyb. 1837. Also of Elizabeth his wife daughter of Henry Littledale, Esqre. B. at Whitehaven 19th of November 1768, died at Storrs Hall 22nd of September 1848.

Braithwaite

(In. S). In memory of John Braithwaite of Orrest Head who departed this life the 2nd day of June 1818 aged 69, also of Elizabeth relict of John Braithwaite who died the 28th day of January 1838 in the 84th years. of her age, also of William eldest son of the above John and Elizabeth Braithwaite who departed this life the 21st day of April 1805 aged 31, and of John, second son of the above who died the 1st day of March 1854 aged 72.

Braithwaite

(In. S). In memory of John Braithwaite of Orrest Head Esquire, whose love of God and man prompted him to munificent acts in furtherance of education and religion, this monument is erected by friends and neighbours desirous to record their grateful sense of his benefactions and their esteem for his virtues. A sound understanding, kindly affections and firm integrity were united in him with a singular modesty, and rendered him, both in public and in private, useful, be- loved, and respected. For the benefit of the poor around him he added at his private cost an aisle to St. Mary's chapel, Birthwaite; and dying on the 1st of March A.D. 1854 left the endowments herewith inscribed to promote the improved education of youth in this and adjacent parishes. His mortal remains are interred on the south outside this church in which he was for many years a devout and constant worshipper; his whole life bearing witness that he was a sincere, a humble, and a faithful Christian. Bequests of Mr. Braithwaite £2000 to the trustees of the endowed school, Bowness, the annual proceeds to be applied as an exhibition to St. John's College, Cambridge, tenable for four years by a youth born in Applethwaite or Undermillock, educated two years in the said school and nominated by a majority of the trustees thereof; and during vacancy of exhibition, in any manner for the benefit of the said school, or of any youth or youths under the age of twenty five years who shall have been educated thereat, according to the discretion of the said trustees. £1200 to the same; the annual proceeds of one moiety to be applied towards the salary of an undermaster of the boys, of the other moiety to be applied to the salary of the mistress of the girls. £1000 to the trustees of the school for Great and Little Langdale; £1000 - for Troutbeck; £1000 -at Birthwaite ; £1000 at Ings. In the last four cases the annual proceeds to be applied as an encrease to the salary of the master or otherwise for the benefit of the school according to the discretion of the respective trustees. The above bequests were left free of legacy duty.

Braithwaite

(S. flat tomb). Here lies the Body of Mary the wife of John Braithwaite of Dronmer Saiell (sic) who departed this life the 9 of October 1737 being in the 43 years. of her age. Here lyeth the Body of John Braithwaite, Husband of the above Mary who departed this life the 6 of August 1757 aged 67.

Brown

(In. W). Near this Place lie interred In a Pious Confidence in the Mercy of God the Remains of Josiah Brown late of Orrest head. He died much regretted March 8, 1801 aged 72 years. His Munificence endeared him to the Poor who mourned the Loss of their common Friend. His Bounty was not confined to the Poor of his Time, but provided for Posterity by a Donation of £50 to the Poor of the Township of Applethwaite. In Compliance with the Will of this worthy Benefactor, the Interest of the above Donation will be laid out in wheaten Bread and divided every sunday Morning among those poor Householders, who attend public Worship in this Church. The Purity of his Faith, and the Rectitude of his Conduct testified his Piety towards God; His Mildness, Humility and Candour, with his exemplary Attention to the Wants of his Fellow creatures, proved his Benevolence towards Man. Reader! If thou canst excel him; It will be well. If thou canst equal him !

Bryans

(In. s. scroll). In affectionate remembrance of James Bryans of .Belfield, Windermere, a magistrate for Westmoreland and Lancashire, who died in London on the 6 of March 1863 aged 60 years. Them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him.

Carpenter

(In. N). Arms (on lozenge) barry of 6 ar. & gu. chevron az. impaling sa. stag's head caboshed or. In a vault to the eastward of this church lie buried the remains of The Honble. Elizabeth Carpenter, widow of Captain the Honble. Charles Carpenter, R.N., who departed this life at her house at Bowness, the 23rd day of February 1842 in the 73rd years. of her age. This highly respected lady was mother of George 3rd Earl of Tyrconnel, aide-de-camp to Field Marshal His Royal Highness the Duke of York, Commander-in-Chief, he died at Wilna on the 20th December 1812 while employed in a military diplomatic capacity with the Rus- sian armies from excessive zeal and consequent fatigue, in the pursuit of the French forces under Buonaparte; by his talents', manners, and personal advantages he had acquired the regard of all who knew him, and the Prince Kutusoff erected a monument to his memory in the church of the reformed religion at Wilna.. The trust in God alone was the support of his much loving mother under this heavy affliction. He was succeeded by his brother John Delaval 4th Earl of Tyrconnel who erected this tablet to the memory of the best of mothers.

Chambre

(S. low altar tomb). Heare Lyeth the Body of Stephen Gurnall Late of Lickbarrow, Batchelour, and teoman who died lo. the 11 day of july 1731 in the 87y. of his age, pro. ye 8th & 13th. The fear of the Lord is to hate evil pride and arrogancy and the evil way and the froward mouth to hate. (Brass). Here lie the Remains of Agnes the Wife of Stephen Chamlay of Lickbarrow who died the 16th January 1796 Aged 69. A Loving Wife and indulgent Mother, A Trusty Friend & peaceful Neighbour; Kind Angels guard this sleeping Dust Till Jesus comes to raise the Just, Then may she wake with sweet surprise, And in her Saviour's Image rise. Here lie the Remains of Stephen Chamlay, Husband of the said Agnes who died the 10th May 1800 Aged 73.

Cowhard

(S). Time how short, Eternity how long. To the memory of William Cowhard of Bowness who was accidentally drowned in Windermere on the 22 of August 1832 in the 23rd years. of his age By day, by night, or in the morning, Death strikes his dart without a warning, How quick, how quick the solemn call, The moments fly, and we must fall.

Crump

(In. W). George Brew Crump Esq. 1805.

Delaval

(In. N). Arms (on lozenge) barry of 6 ar. & gu. chevron az. impaling sa. stag's head caboshed or. In a vault to the eastward of this church lie buried the remains of The Honble. Elizabeth Carpenter, widow of Captain the Honble. Charles Carpenter, R.N., who departed this life at her house at Bowness, the 23rd day of February 1842 in the 73rd years. of her age. This highly respected lady was mother of George 3rd Earl of Tyrconnel, aide-de-camp to Field Marshal His Royal Highness the Duke of York, Commander-in-Chief, he died at Wilna on the 20th December 1812 while employed in a military diplomatic capacity with the Rus- sian armies from excessive zeal and consequent fatigue, in the pursuit of the French forces under Buonaparte; by his talents', manners, and personal advantages he had acquired the regard of all who knew him, and the Prince Kutusoff erected a monument to his memory in the church of the reformed religion at Wilna.. The trust in God alone was the support of his much loving mother under this heavy affliction. He was succeeded by his brother John Delaval 4th Earl of Tyrconnel who erected this tablet to the memory of the best of mothers.

Dickinson

(S). In Memory of Robert Benson of Lindeth who departed this life August 26, 1815 aged 68 years. Here also lie the Remains of Ann his daughter who lost her Life by a Fall on the Ground July 12, 1795 aged 15. Joseph his Son died April 8, 1804 aged 10 years. Robert his Son died July 16, 1810 aged 23 years. Betty Dickinson his daughter died November 3, 1813 aged 34 years.

Dixon

(N). Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. Sacred memory of Mary Dixon daughter of Thomas and Susannah Dixon of Bellmanground. B. July 20th 1816 died November 10th 1840. Also Thomas Dixon father of the above who died December 18th 1843 aged 72 years.

Dixon

(N). Sacred memory of Susannhah, daughter of Thomas and Susannah Dixon of Bellmanground who died July 13th 1846 aged 28 years. Also of Isabel sister to the above who died the same day aged 21 years. Also the Reverend George William Dixon died March 30th 1847 aged 25 years.

Ellaray

(S. flat, & broken in two Places). Here also lies the Body of Mary Ellaray of Boonas (sic) who departed this life the 28 day of August A.D. 1737 being in the 31. . . . .

Elliott

(In. N. aisle, E. floor). Sacred memory of John Elliott of Egland in the County of Devon, eldest son of the late Rear Admiral George Elliott of Copford in the County of Essex, who died at Ambleside 11th October 1835 aged 72 years.

Erving

(W). In memory of John Erving who departed this life March 11th 1845 Aged 91 years. Also of Ann his Wife who departed this life January 30th 1849 Aged 80 years.

Fleming

(In. N). Arms (on lozenge) sa. ? bend between 6 cross crosslets ar. impaling gu. ? fret. In the Chancel of this Church are interred the Remains of Barbara youngest daughter of Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg in this Parish Esq. and Relict of Thomas Lake of Liverpool, merchant, who died at Kendal on the xvii day of May MDCCCXVII greatly respected in the lxii years. of her Age.

Fleming

(In chancel floor). Here lies interred the Body of Elisabeth Fletcher , Widow of Fletcher Fleming late of Fellfoot, Gentleman. She departed this life the 26th Day of July A.D. 1753 in the 68th years. of her Age. Her lies the Body of George Raincock, Gentleman, the youngest Son of the late Reverend . William Raincock, Memory of A. Rector of Ousby, Cumberland, and the youngest Brother of the late Reverend John Fleming Who died at Rayrigg January 22, 1820 Aged 41 years.

Fleming

(In. N. window). The Sower soweth the seed, I am the Good Shepherd, Feed my lambs (in reference to the subjects of the glass). Arms gu. fret ar. over all an inescutcheon 4ly I & 4, erm. rose gu. ; 2 & 3, per bend sinister ar. & ermines lion rampant or. This window was erected by his widow to the memory of the Reverend Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg, who departed this life November . 11th A.D. 1876.

Fleming

(Chancel floor). Here lies intrd. the Body of Isabella Fleming Wife of Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg, Gentleman. She departed this life the first Day of January A.D. 1756 in the 27th years. 0£ her Age. Here lies the Body of Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg Gentleman Who died June gth 1770. Here lies the Body 0£ Fletcher Fleming 0£ Rayrigg, Gentleman, the Son of the above Fletcher and Isabella Fleming Who died unmarried March 2lst 1717 Aged 24 years. Here lie the Bodies of Jane Fleming and Isabella Fleming the two eldest Daus. of the Reverend . John Fleming of Rayrigg Who died in their in£ancy.

Fleming

(In. E. on marble). Crest, a snake entwined. Arms fret (for Fleming,) Ulster badge in sinister chief. (On brass). In memory of The Reverend John Fleming A.M. of Rayrigg in this Parish, Prebendary of St. Andrew's in the Cathedral of Llandaff, Rector of Bootle, Cumberland, who died at the rectory house in that parish on the 11th day of January 1835 in the 66th years. of his age. Also of Jane his wife the younger daughter of the late Peter Taylor of Whitehaven Esquire, who died at Rayrigg on November 10th 1828 in the 55th years. of her age. Also of the Reverend Fletcher Fleming late rector of Grasmere, the eldest son of the above- named Reverend John Fleming, who died at Rydal on Saturday the 11th day of November 1876 in the 82nd years. of his age.

Fleming

(B. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of the Reverend . John Fleming A.M. of Rayrigg in this parish, Prebendary of Llandaff, and Rector of Bootle in the County of Cumberland, who died in the rectory house of that parish on the eleventh day of January 1835 in the 66th years. of his age. And of Jane his wife, youngest daughter of the late Peter Taylor of Whitehaven Esqre. who died at Rayrigg on the tenth day of November . 1828 in the 55th years. of her age. Also of William Fleming their second son who died at Great Malvern on the twentieth of June 1832 in his 36th years. Also of Peter Joseph Fleming their fourth son, Lieutenant of the 55th Regt. who died at Burrackpore on the twenty-second day of July 1833 in his 31st years. Also of Richard Fleming their seventh son who died at Dumfries on the twenty-first of March 1841 in the 30th years. of his age, and was interred in this vault. Also of Jane Fleming and Isabella Fleming their daus. who died in their infancy and were buried in the chancel of this church. Also of their youngest son Herbert Octavius Fleming, Lieutenant 28th Regt. Memory of N.I. who died of Cholera at Hurrypur in the East Indies on the second day of April 1846 aged 27 years. Also of the Reverend . John Fleming, their third son, Vicar of Llangwm, Monmouthshire, and Incumbent of Ponsonby, Cumberland, who died at the Vicarage, Llangwm, July 2nd 1857 aged 57 years. (E. end). Also of the Reverend , Fletcher Fleming late Rector of Grasmere their eldest son who died at Rayrigg on the 11th day of November 1876 aged 81, and of Catherine Emily his Wife, who died at Rayrigg on the 20th day of March 1878. (N. side). Also of the Reverend . Thomas Fleming A.M. Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge, their fifth son who died at Chertsey December . 20th 1867 aged 62 years. " For we through the spirit wait for the hope of righteousness by faith." Gal. v., 5. Also of the Reverend . George Fleming Memory of A. their sixth son who died February 10th 1844 aged 33 years. (W. end). Also of Agnes Dorothy their third daughter who was born November . 24th 1804 and died at 2, Park Villas, Barnes, Surrey, June 11th 1866.

Fleming

(In. N. a bust). Sacred memory of Fletcher Raincock Esquire A.M. (second son of the late Reverend . William Raincock, A.M. rector of Ousebv, Cumberland, by Agnes, eldest daughter of the late Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg in this parish Esquire, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, formerly senior Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, Recorder or Kendal and one of her Majesty’s Counsel at law for the County Palatine of Lancaster. He died at Liverpool the seventeenth of August 1840 in the seventy-second years. of his age, and was interred in the churchyard of St. James in that town, near the remains of his mother who after the death of her former husband married William Holden of Liverpool Esqre. and died the fifteenth of July 1809.

Fleming

(E. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Isabelia Taylor of Belfield in this parish widow of the late Peter Taylor of Whitehaven Esqre, and second daughter of the late Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg Esqre, who died at Belfield on the 13th day of February 1826 in her 77th years. Also of Isabella Agnes Taylor eldest daughter of the said Peter Taylor, and Isabella his wife who died in this village on the 27th day of September 1837 in her 67th years. Also of their eldest son Joseph Taylor 1st Lieutenant of H.M.S. Cleopatra, who fell in a naval engagement off the island of Cuba on the 22nd day of March 1801 in the 30th years. of his age. And of their second son Fletcher le Fleming Taylor 1st Lieutenant of H.M.S. La Virtu who fell a sacrifice to the yellow fever on the 5th day of June 1809 in the 28th years. of his age and was buried at Port Royal.

Flesher

(S). To the memory of James Flesher For many years. Gardener at Fell-foot, Staveley-in-Cartmel, Who departed this life January 14th 1835 Aged 61 years. This Stone is erected as a Tribute of Esteem by his disconsolate Widow. Also Mary his Wife who departed this life May 6th 1849 Aged 73 years.

Gardner

(N. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of George Gardner Esquire of Birthwaite in this parish who died 20th May 1837 aged 59 years. Also of Harriet Anna his widow who died at Castlewood Durrow in Ireland April 3rd 1853 aged 68 years. Also of George Thompson Gardner who died April 11th 1845 aged 2 days, and of Jane Elizabeth Gardner who died December 24th 1846 aged 1 years. and 7 m. grandchild of the above.

Garnett

(S). Sacred memory of Anthony Garnett who died November . 21st 1816 Aged 77 years. And of Agnes his Wife who died November . 16th 1825 Aged 66 years. Kind Angels, watch their sleeping Dust Till Jesus comes to raise the Just, Then may we wake with sweet Surprise, And in our Saviour's Image rise. Also in m. Anthony Garnett, Son of the above who departed this life the 16th day of March 1837 aged 37 years. In life universally respected, And in death sincerely regretted.

Garnett

(S. pent-house tomb). Catherine Garnett died February 27th 1838 aged 54. Mabel Louisa Lord died April 13th 1843 aged 25, interred at Whorlton Durham. (Other side). William Garnett died April loth 1837 aged 54.

Garnett

(S. window). To the glory of God and in m. Mary the dear wife of Samuel Edward Garnett, who died May . . . aged 36, and also of Mary, only child of the above who died August 17, 1869 aged 7 m.

Gillhuly

(S). Here lies the remains of Margaret Gillhuly daughter of Abraham and Sarah Long, born in Winster the 2nd of March 1760, died in Kendal December 14th 1839 Aged 79 years.

Ginby

(W). Sacred memory of Mr. William Ginby of Oxford who died at St. Catherine's July . . . . Aged 35.

Gould

(S). To the memory of John Robinson of Bowness who died August 26th 1837 aged 47. Also of John Robinson his son who died November 26th 1845 aged 19. " And that knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of sleep, for now is our salvation nearer than when we believed." - Proverbs, ch. xiii. v. 11. Also of Mary Gould, daughter of John and Agnes Robinson and Wife of William Gould, died July 19th 1846 aged 22. Death has been here and borne away A sister from our side, Just in the morning of her day, As young as we, she died. We cannot tell who next may fall Beneath thy chastening rod, One must be first, but let us all Prepare to meet our God.

Gray

(In. S). In memory of Robert Greaves of Ferney Green in this County, Esquire, a magistrate for the Counties of Westmorland and Lancaster , who died April 6th 1840 aged 70 years. This monument was erected as a tribute of affection by his widow. Also Hannah Greaves, widow of the above, who died on the 15th of March 1862 aged 86 years.

Gray

(E. large altar tomb). The remains of Robert Greaves Esquire of Ferney Green Who died on the 6th of April 1840 Aged 70 years. Also Hannah Greaves, widow of the above, Who died on the 15th of March 1862 Aged 86 years.

Green

(S). Here lyeth the Body of Margret the daughter of William Green of Bownas, departed this life the First day of March in the years. of Our Lord 1723 Aged 28.

Grimston

(In. N). Near this place are deposited the remains of Medley Silvester Grimston, eldest son of Thomas Grimston Esq. of Grimston in Holderness in the County Palatine of the County of York and Frances his wife daughter of the late Sir Digby Legard of Ganton in the same County Bart. He departed this life at Storrs in this parish on the xiii day of August MDCCCI aged xx years.

Grisdale

(E. wall). sacred memory of Elizabeth Wife of Jeremiah Grisdale of Orrest -Head who died February 24th 1839 Aged 24. Weep not for me my Husband dear, I am not dead but sleeping here ; My Glass is run, My Grave you see, Prepare for Death, and follow me.

Gurnall

(S. low altar tomb). Heare Lyeth the Body of Stephen Gurnall Late of Lickbarrow, Batchelour, and teoman who died lo. the 11 day of july 1731 in the 87y. of his age, pro. ye 8th & 13th. The fear of the Lord is to hate evil pride and arrogancy and the evil way and the froward mouth to hate. (Brass). Here lie the Remains of Agnes the Wife of Stephen Chamlay of Lickbarrow who died the 16th January 1796 Aged 69. A Loving Wife and indulgent Mother, A Trusty Friend & peaceful Neighbour; Kind Angels guard this sleeping Dust Till Jesus comes to raise the Just, Then may she wake with sweet surprise, And in her Saviour's Image rise. Here lie the Remains of Stephen Chamlay, Husband of the said Agnes who died the 10th May 1800 Aged 73.

Hancox

(N). George Hancox died December 1st 1842 aged 29y.

Hartley

In. E. chancel window, 7 lights. Subjects: centre, the Crucifixion : & 5 larger figures & one group, i.e., on dexter, the Blessed Virgin, St. George & Dragon, & St. Barbara with tower; on sinister, St. John the Evangelist, St. Catherine with sword and wheel, & 2, Archbishops, & St. Stephen with stone, and St. Lawrence with gridiron. Above transom; the Resurrection, the Blessed Virgin and Holy Infant Entry into Jerusalem, &c. Above, 6 smaller groups. Smaller groups (counting from dexter). I. Augustinian or Black Canon with rosary, &c., kneeling beneath legend, thereon John Plo, P'or of Kerkmel. II. Knight and lady kneeling, Arms (on his surcoat and her mantle,) erm. fretty gu. (Thornburgh) and (on her kirtle) ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross of field (Broughton) beneath legend Willm Thornboro and hys Wyff. III. 8 Black Canons, and on labels issuing from mouths W. Hartley, Thomas Hogson, Willym Bareaye, Willm Purfoot, Roger Thwaites, George Fis(her ?). IV. Knight and lady &c., arms (as before) or, 5 fusils conjoined in fess az. (Pennington) and 41y ar. (shd. be or) and gu. on bend sa. 3 escallops of 1st (Eure) beneath legend Pennyghton and hys Wyff. V. Knight and lady, &c.,arms, ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross moline or. (Kirkby) and barry of 8 ar . and gu. beneath legend . . . Kirk by . . . VI. Knight and lady, &c., arms, ar. on bend sa.4 spades of field (Swetenham) and ar. on chevron az. 8 plates each with cross sa. beneath legend . . . milady hys. . . . † Arms (in lights above transom). I. ar. cross wavy gu. (for Lawrence) ; II. ar. on bend sa. 3 plates, thereon cross gu. (for Urswick); III sa. fretty, label of 3 points ar. (Harrington) ; IV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points az. (for Huddleston) impaling ar. fleur-de-lis gu. (for Levenshulme) ; V. sa. fretty ar. (Harrington) ; VI. ar. 2 bars, on canton gu. (maunch) or (for Bardsey) impaling gu. 6 lioncels rampant ar. 3, 2, I, (Leyborne) ; VII. gu. fretty ar. (Huddleston); VIII. 41y, I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. in chief 3 torteaux (Grey), 2 & 3, 4ly I & 4 gu. maunch or (for Hastings) 2 & 3 barry of 6 ar. & az. (Valens). IX. 41y I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. (for Grey), 2 & 3 blank X, ar saltire engrailed sa. thereon mullet of field (Middleton) ; XI 4ly I & 4 ar. 2 bars, in chief 3 etoiles gu. (Lowick) 2 & 3 ar. cross wavy gu (for Lawrence) ; XII. 41y I & 4 sa. 3 1ions rampant ar. (Talbot) 2 & 3 sa. fretty ar. label of 3 points gu. (Harrington) ; XIII. gu. 3 (bull’s) heads caboshed ar. (for Boyvill of Milium) ; XIV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points vert (for Huddleston) ; XV. per pale or & vert lion rampant gu. (Mareschal & Cartmel Priory) ; XVI. gu. 3 cushions erm. tasselled or, pomme in centre for diff. (Redman) ; XVII. same as XV1.

Higham

(W) . In memory of Thomas Higham died May 21st 1836 aged 13 years. Also of Elizabeth Higham died July 6th 1838 aged 42 years. Richard Higham who died December 10th 1851 aged 49 years.

Hodgson

(S. loose, against porch). Here Lyeth the Body of Agnus the Wife of William Hodgson of Cleabarow who departed this life 20 day of November . 1754 Aged 62. Here Lyeth the Body of William Hodgson, Husband of the above Agnus, (sic) who departed this life 24 of November 1756 aged 76.

Hogson

In. E. chancel window, 7 lights. Subjects: centre, the Crucifixion : & 5 larger figures & one group, i.e., on dexter, the Blessed Virgin, St. George & Dragon, & St. Barbara with tower; on sinister, St. John the Evangelist, St. Catherine with sword and wheel, & 2, Archbishops, & St. Stephen with stone, and St. Lawrence with gridiron. Above transom; the Resurrection, the Blessed Virgin and Holy Infant Entry into Jerusalem, &c. Above, 6 smaller groups. Smaller groups (counting from dexter). I. Augustinian or Black Canon with rosary, &c., kneeling beneath legend, thereon John Plo, P'or of Kerkmel. II. Knight and lady kneeling, Arms (on his surcoat and her mantle,) erm. fretty gu. (Thornburgh) and (on her kirtle) ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross of field (Broughton) beneath legend Willm Thornboro and hys Wyff. III. 8 Black Canons, and on labels issuing from mouths W. Hartley, Thomas Hogson, Willym Bareaye, Willm Purfoot, Roger Thwaites, George Fis(her ?). IV. Knight and lady &c., arms (as before) or, 5 fusils conjoined in fess az. (Pennington) and 41y ar. (shd. be or) and gu. on bend sa. 3 escallops of 1st (Eure) beneath legend Pennyghton and hys Wyff. V. Knight and lady, &c.,arms, ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross moline or. (Kirkby) and barry of 8 ar . and gu. beneath legend . . . Kirk by . . . VI. Knight and lady, &c., arms, ar. on bend sa.4 spades of field (Swetenham) and ar. on chevron az. 8 plates each with cross sa. beneath legend . . . milady hys. . . . † Arms (in lights above transom). I. ar. cross wavy gu. (for Lawrence) ; II. ar. on bend sa. 3 plates, thereon cross gu. (for Urswick); III sa. fretty, label of 3 points ar. (Harrington) ; IV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points az. (for Huddleston) impaling ar. fleur-de-lis gu. (for Levenshulme) ; V. sa. fretty ar. (Harrington) ; VI. ar. 2 bars, on canton gu. (maunch) or (for Bardsey) impaling gu. 6 lioncels rampant ar. 3, 2, I, (Leyborne) ; VII. gu. fretty ar. (Huddleston); VIII. 41y, I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. in chief 3 torteaux (Grey), 2 & 3, 4ly I & 4 gu. maunch or (for Hastings) 2 & 3 barry of 6 ar. & az. (Valens). IX. 41y I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. (for Grey), 2 & 3 blank X, ar saltire engrailed sa. thereon mullet of field (Middleton) ; XI 4ly I & 4 ar. 2 bars, in chief 3 etoiles gu. (Lowick) 2 & 3 ar. cross wavy gu (for Lawrence) ; XII. 41y I & 4 sa. 3 1ions rampant ar. (Talbot) 2 & 3 sa. fretty ar. label of 3 points gu. (Harrington) ; XIII. gu. 3 (bull’s) heads caboshed ar. (for Boyvill of Milium) ; XIV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points vert (for Huddleston) ; XV. per pale or & vert lion rampant gu. (Mareschal & Cartmel Priory) ; XVI. gu. 3 cushions erm. tasselled or, pomme in centre for diff. (Redman) ; XVII. same as XV1.

Holden

(In. N. a bust). Sacred memory of Fletcher Raincock Esquire A.M. (second son of the late Reverend . William Raincock, A.M. rector of Ousebv, Cumberland, by Agnes, eldest daughter of the late Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg in this parish Esquire, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, formerly senior Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, Recorder or Kendal and one of her Majesty’s Counsel at law for the County Palatine of Lancaster. He died at Liverpool the seventeenth of August 1840 in the seventy-second years. of his age, and was interred in the churchyard of St. James in that town, near the remains of his mother who after the death of her former husband married William Holden of Liverpool Esqre. and died the fifteenth of July 1809.

Hoskins

(S. wall, rail). Robert Allan 1818. Helen third daughter of the above named Robert Allan and Widow of George Hoskins Esq. died on the 10th of May 1853 Aged 73 and was interred here.

Huddleston

In. E. chancel window, 7 lights. Subjects: centre, the Crucifixion : & 5 larger figures & one group, i.e., on dexter, the Blessed Virgin, St. George & Dragon, & St. Barbara with tower; on sinister, St. John the Evangelist, St. Catherine with sword and wheel, & 2, Archbishops, & St. Stephen with stone, and St. Lawrence with gridiron. Above transom; the Resurrection, the Blessed Virgin and Holy Infant Entry into Jerusalem, &c. Above, 6 smaller groups. Smaller groups (counting from dexter). I. Augustinian or Black Canon with rosary, &c., kneeling beneath legend, thereon John Plo, P'or of Kerkmel. II. Knight and lady kneeling, Arms (on his surcoat and her mantle,) erm. fretty gu. (Thornburgh) and (on her kirtle) ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross of field (Broughton) beneath legend Willm Thornboro and hys Wyff. III. 8 Black Canons, and on labels issuing from mouths W. Hartley, Thomas Hogson, Willym Bareaye, Willm Purfoot, Roger Thwaites, George Fis(her ?). IV. Knight and lady &c., arms (as before) or, 5 fusils conjoined in fess az. (Pennington) and 41y ar. (shd. be or) and gu. on bend sa. 3 escallops of 1st (Eure) beneath legend Pennyghton and hys Wyff. V. Knight and lady, &c.,arms, ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross moline or. (Kirkby) and barry of 8 ar . and gu. beneath legend . . . Kirk by . . . VI. Knight and lady, &c., arms, ar. on bend sa.4 spades of field (Swetenham) and ar. on chevron az. 8 plates each with cross sa. beneath legend . . . milady hys. . . . † Arms (in lights above transom). I. ar. cross wavy gu. (for Lawrence) ; II. ar. on bend sa. 3 plates, thereon cross gu. (for Urswick); III sa. fretty, label of 3 points ar. (Harrington) ; IV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points az. (for Huddleston) impaling ar. fleur-de-lis gu. (for Levenshulme) ; V. sa. fretty ar. (Harrington) ; VI. ar. 2 bars, on canton gu. (maunch) or (for Bardsey) impaling gu. 6 lioncels rampant ar. 3, 2, I, (Leyborne) ; VII. gu. fretty ar. (Huddleston); VIII. 41y, I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. in chief 3 torteaux (Grey), 2 & 3, 4ly I & 4 gu. maunch or (for Hastings) 2 & 3 barry of 6 ar. & az. (Valens). IX. 41y I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. (for Grey), 2 & 3 blank X, ar saltire engrailed sa. thereon mullet of field (Middleton) ; XI 4ly I & 4 ar. 2 bars, in chief 3 etoiles gu. (Lowick) 2 & 3 ar. cross wavy gu (for Lawrence) ; XII. 41y I & 4 sa. 3 1ions rampant ar. (Talbot) 2 & 3 sa. fretty ar. label of 3 points gu. (Harrington) ; XIII. gu. 3 (bull’s) heads caboshed ar. (for Boyvill of Milium) ; XIV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points vert (for Huddleston) ; XV. per pale or & vert lion rampant gu. (Mareschal & Cartmel Priory) ; XVI. gu. 3 cushions erm. tasselled or, pomme in centre for diff. (Redman) ; XVII. same as XV1.

Jackson

(Chancel E. right of altar). This tabulet was erected by the executors of Magnus Jackson of London who died at Hastings on the 13th day of January 1830, Great grandson of Magnus Jackson formerly of this parish and who here was interred, to commemorate that by his last will and testament he bequeathed a donation of one hundred pounds to the Minister and Churchwardens of Bowness near Kendal in the County of Westmorland, upon trust to invest the same in the public funds of Great Britain or on other good and sufficient security and apply the dividends or interest thereof the first day of January every year in the purchase of bread, coals, wood or clothing for twenty poor persons of this parish according to the directions of the minister and church wardens for the time being. (Hill MSS., 2, 2i9).

Kaye

(S). This stone was erected to the memory of Elizabeth Williams by John Kaye died D. Bishop of Lincoln, in testimony of the grateful sense ever entertained by him of the affectionate care with which she watched over him during his infancy and childhood. She died at Bowness November v. MDCCCXXXVl, aged Ixxxiv, esteemed and beloved. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.

Kendall

(S. flat tomb). Here lyeth the Body of John Son of Robert Kendall of Bellsfield who departed this life the 23 of April 1736 Aged 20. (verses? indistinct) Under Great stones My Bruised Limbs did lie, Whilst that my fame did flie (?) From the deep O(ne) life did save, In time hard Rock My Life did Crave.

Kidd

(S). In memory of Mary the wife of William Kidd and daughter of Thomas and and Jane Procter who departed this life September 16th 1824 in the 23rd years. of her age. Also of Eleanor the wife of Thomas Preston who departed this life April 14th 1846 in the 58th years. of her age. Also of Thomas Preston who departed this life February 12th 1847 in the 88th years. of his age.

Laidman

(In. N). Arms (on lozenge) sa. ? bend between 6 cross crosslets ar. impaling gu. ? fret. In the Chancel of this Church are interred the Remains of Barbara youngest daughter of Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg in this Parish Esq. and Relict of Thomas Lake of Liverpool, merchant, who died at Kendal on the xvii day of May MDCCCXVII greatly respected in the lxii years. of her Age.

Lawrence

In. E. chancel window, 7 lights. Subjects: centre, the Crucifixion : & 5 larger figures & one group, i.e., on dexter, the Blessed Virgin, St. George & Dragon, & St. Barbara with tower; on sinister, St. John the Evangelist, St. Catherine with sword and wheel, & 2, Archbishops, & St. Stephen with stone, and St. Lawrence with gridiron. Above transom; the Resurrection, the Blessed Virgin and Holy Infant Entry into Jerusalem, &c. Above, 6 smaller groups. Smaller groups (counting from dexter). I. Augustinian or Black Canon with rosary, &c., kneeling beneath legend, thereon John Plo, P'or of Kerkmel. II. Knight and lady kneeling, Arms (on his surcoat and her mantle,) erm. fretty gu. (Thornburgh) and (on her kirtle) ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross of field (Broughton) beneath legend Willm Thornboro and hys Wyff. III. 8 Black Canons, and on labels issuing from mouths W. Hartley, Thomas Hogson, Willym Bareaye, Willm Purfoot, Roger Thwaites, George Fis(her ?). IV. Knight and lady &c., arms (as before) or, 5 fusils conjoined in fess az. (Pennington) and 41y ar. (shd. be or) and gu. on bend sa. 3 escallops of 1st (Eure) beneath legend Pennyghton and hys Wyff. V. Knight and lady, &c.,arms, ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross moline or. (Kirkby) and barry of 8 ar . and gu. beneath legend . . . Kirk by . . . VI. Knight and lady, &c., arms, ar. on bend sa.4 spades of field (Swetenham) and ar. on chevron az. 8 plates each with cross sa. beneath legend . . . milady hys. . . . † Arms (in lights above transom). I. ar. cross wavy gu. (for Lawrence) ; II. ar. on bend sa. 3 plates, thereon cross gu. (for Urswick); III sa. fretty, label of 3 points ar. (Harrington) ; IV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points az. (for Huddleston) impaling ar. fleur-de-lis gu. (for Levenshulme) ; V. sa. fretty ar. (Harrington) ; VI. ar. 2 bars, on canton gu. (maunch) or (for Bardsey) impaling gu. 6 lioncels rampant ar. 3, 2, I, (Leyborne) ; VII. gu. fretty ar. (Huddleston); VIII. 41y, I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. in chief 3 torteaux (Grey), 2 & 3, 4ly I & 4 gu. maunch or (for Hastings) 2 & 3 barry of 6 ar. & az. (Valens). IX. 41y I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. (for Grey), 2 & 3 blank X, ar saltire engrailed sa. thereon mullet of field (Middleton) ; XI 4ly I & 4 ar. 2 bars, in chief 3 etoiles gu. (Lowick) 2 & 3 ar. cross wavy gu (for Lawrence) ; XII. 41y I & 4 sa. 3 1ions rampant ar. (Talbot) 2 & 3 sa. fretty ar. label of 3 points gu. (Harrington) ; XIII. gu. 3 (bull’s) heads caboshed ar. (for Boyvill of Milium) ; XIV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points vert (for Huddleston) ; XV. per pale or & vert lion rampant gu. (Mareschal & Cartmel Priory) ; XVI. gu. 3 cushions erm. tasselled or, pomme in centre for diff. (Redman) ; XVII. same as XV1.

Legard

(In. N). Near this place are deposited the remains of Medley Silvester Grimston, eldest son of Thomas Grimston Esq. of Grimston in Holderness in the County Palatine of the County of York and Frances his wife daughter of the late Sir Digby Legard of Ganton in the same County Bart. He departed this life at Storrs in this parish on the xiii day of August MDCCCI aged xx years.

Littledale

(W. altar tomb, rail). In the vault beneath are deposited the remains of John Bolton Esquire of Liverpool and of Storrs Hall in this Parish. B. at Ulverston 22nd March 1756 died at Liverpool 21st Feyb. 1837. Also of Elizabeth his wife daughter of Henry Littledale, Esqre. B. at Whitehaven 19th of November 1768, died at Storrs Hall 22nd of September 1848.

Long

(S). Here lies the remains of Margaret Gillhuly daughter of Abraham and Sarah Long, born in Winster the 2nd of March 1760, died in Kendal December 14th 1839 Aged 79 years.

Lord

(S. pent-house tomb). Catherine Garnett died February 27th 1838 aged 54. Mabel Louisa Lord died April 13th 1843 aged 25, interred at Whorlton Durham. (Other side). William Garnett died April loth 1837 aged 54.

Mac Dougall

(N. cross). Jane Louisa MacDougall August 11, 1854.

Mackenzie

(S). Sacred memory of Eliza Mackenzie aged 21 years. 1827. Kenneth William Mackenzie aged 18 years. 1828.

Martin

(S). Sacred memory of James Martin of Bowness, born January 22nd 1803, died January 1st 1853; children of the above, Mary Jane born July 20th 1844, died August 22nd 1844, Elizabeth Ann, born July 20th 1844, died May 8th, 1852. " He shall gather the Lambs with his Arm and carry them in his Bosom."

Marwood

(In.S). In this churchyard rest the remains of Mrs. died Metcalfe, of Old England, Bowness, who died February 10th 1842 aged 88 years. This last tribute of affection and reverence is offered by her grateful niece to whom she was more than the best and kindest of mothers for forty-seven years. Also to the beloved memory of her very dear nephew Frederick Marwood Esquire, barrister-at-law, who died August 28th 1824 aged 27 years. interred at Pear Tree Green near Southampton, Hampshire.

Metcalfe

(In.S). In this churchyard rest the remains of Mrs. died Metcalfe, of Old England, Bowness, who died February 10th 1842 aged 88 years. This last tribute of affection and reverence is offered by her grateful niece to whom she was more than the best and kindest of mothers for forty-seven years. Also to the beloved memory of her very dear nephew Frederick Marwood Esquire, barrister-at-law, who died August 28th 1824 aged 27 years. interred at Pear Tree Green near Southampton, Hampshire.

Metcalfe

(W. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Mrs. died Metcalfe who died at Bowness, February 10th 1842 aged 88 years.

Moffett

(E. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Lieut. Thomas Wiggans Moffett, Royal Navy B. at Bamburgh, March 6th 1793, died at Bowness August 3rd 1838.

Nicholson

(S). In memory of Edward Nicholson Warriner who died April 11th 1810 Aged 15 years. How loved, how valued once, avails thee not, To whom related or by whom begot, A heap of dust alone remains of thee, 'Tis all thou art, and all the proud shall be. Neither height, nor depth, nor even Time Can wear a blot out of the mind.

Pennington

(E. flat tomb, rail). In memory of James Pennington Esqre, late of the Wood, Windermere, who died on the 3rd August 1845 aged 46 years. Also of Amy Maria his only daughter who departed this life the 23rd December 1844 aged 7 years. Also of Mary his wife who died 3rd February 1878 aged 74 years. " In as much as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto Me." - St. Matthew, Chapter xxv., Verse 40.

Philipson

(In. S. nave Pillar, on spring of arch, with rudely ornamented label, &c. Hic est ille dies renov(an)te Celebrior anno, Quem facit et proprio Signat amore Deus. Euge, boni, stygiis quae Conjurata tenebris, Nunc mala Diviná Fabula facta manu. Anglia mole suae mox Conspicienda ruinæ Psallat, ut æthereâ Libera mansit ope. Exultat Anglia. Faucibus eripior Fauxis, Quasi carcere mortis Gloria in excelsis Hinc mea tecta salus. Christoferus Philipson Junior Generosus. 1629.* * The text of these verses referring to the Gunpowder Plot, as here copied by Mr. Bellasis, agrees, save in the original " Fauxis, " re-instated for the unmeaning substituted " Tauris," with that of Chancellor Ferguson, who notices this destruction of the whole point of the composition in his " Bowness Church & its Old Glass," p. 6, reprinted from the Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archreological Society, in 1879. In Mr. Clowes's " Description of the East Window of St. Martin's, Windermere," p. 7, 1874, whose exact division of the lines has not been followed, there seem to be a few small inaccuracies such as " Exultat Anglia ! " in italics and brackets, and with a note of exclamation; the " f" in " Christoferus " is changed to " ph," &c. The Reverend R. P. Graves, Sub-Dean of the Chapel Royal, Dublin, who was long resident curate in charge at Windermere, translates the above lines (see Clowes, p. 7,). The late Mr. Hill (Hill MSS., ii., 223, 237,) declares them to be " not inelegant." In a livelier rendering which has come into Mr. Bellasis' way he recalls the line, " I'm safe from jaws of old Guy Fawkes." Mr. Hill tells us that the verses have been repainted since 1843, and that when the church was whitewashed some of the words were obliterated, i.e., Hic. euge, Psallat, libera, generosus (sometimes read " benevolus,") and parts of quem, signat, nunc, conspicienda, and renovante. The lines are painted upon the plaster on the underside or soffit of the 2nd arch opposite the church in old English characters. For a brief account of this Christopher, of Calgarth, who died in 1652, the Chancellor (p. 7.) refers us to " White's Lays & Legend of the Lake Country," p. 293, and to N. & B. I., p. 183.

Philipson

(In. S). The Author's Epitaph upon him selfe made in the tyme of his Sickness. A Man I was, worms meate I am, To Earth returned from whence I came : Many removes on Earth I had, In Earth at length my Bed is made, A Bed which Christ did not disdaine ; Altho' it could not him retaine, His deadlie Foes might plainlie see Over Sinn and Death his Victorie, H'ere must I rest till Christ shall let me see His promised Jerusalem and her Faelicitle. Veni Domini Jesu, veni cito, Robert Philipson,Gent. xiiij to. Octobris Ano. Salutis 1631 Anno que Ætatis Suæ 63 tio.* * "A small square slab of black marble, let into a bed of stone, placed upon a high stone pedestal and surrounded by some ornamental mouldings, so much clogged with whitewash as to be almost indefinable. The armorial conveyance surmounts the whole." (Hill MSS., ii, 241). †See Mr. Clowes's " Description of the East Window of St. Martin's, Winder- mere," Kendal : Atkinson & Pollitt, 1874; and Chancellor Ferguson's " Bowness and its Old Glass," Kendal: T. Wilson, 1879, reprinted from the Transaction" of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archæological Society. Hill MSS. (penes Canon Machell,) ii. 211, 213. Mr. Hill notes 4 groups, and notes Arms, on bend 3 escallops; 2, sa. 3 escallops ar. (?) This last would be Strickland

Pooley

(N. flat tomb, rail). Here lie interred the remains of Henry Pooley Esquire, of Manchester, who died at Bowness on the 17th of July 1848 aged 58 years.

Procter

(S). In memory of Mary the wife of William Kidd and daughter of Thomas and and Jane Procter who departed this life September 16th 1824 in the 23rd years. of her age. Also of Eleanor the wife of Thomas Preston who departed this life April 14th 1846 in the 58th years. of her age. Also of Thomas Preston who departed this life February 12th 1847 in the 88th years. of his age.

Raincock

(In chancel floor). Here lies interred the Body of Elisabeth Fletcher , Widow of Fletcher Fleming late of Fellfoot, Gentleman. She departed this life the 26th Day of July A.D. 1753 in the 68th years. of her Age. Her lies the Body of George Raincock, Gentleman, the youngest Son of the late Reverend . William Raincock, Memory of A. Rector of Ousby, Cumberland, and the youngest Brother of the late Reverend John Fleming Who died at Rayrigg January 22, 1820 Aged 41 years.

Raincock

(In. N. a bust). Sacred memory of Fletcher Raincock Esquire A.M. (second son of the late Reverend . William Raincock, A.M. rector of Ousebv, Cumberland, by Agnes, eldest daughter of the late Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg in this parish Esquire, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, formerly senior Fellow of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, Recorder or Kendal and one of her Majesty’s Counsel at law for the County Palatine of Lancaster. He died at Liverpool the seventeenth of August 1840 in the seventy-second years. of his age, and was interred in the churchyard of St. James in that town, near the remains of his mother who after the death of her former husband married William Holden of Liverpool Esqre. and died the fifteenth of July 1809.

Robinson

(S). To the memory of John Robinson of Bowness who died August 26th 1837 aged 47. Also of John Robinson his son who died November 26th 1845 aged 19. " And that knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of sleep, for now is our salvation nearer than when we believed." - Proverbs, ch. xiii. v. 11. Also of Mary Gould, daughter of John and Agnes Robinson and Wife of William Gould, died July 19th 1846 aged 22. Death has been here and borne away A sister from our side, Just in the morning of her day, As young as we, she died. We cannot tell who next may fall Beneath thy chastening rod, One must be first, but let us all Prepare to meet our God.

Robinson

(In. N). To the memory of Juliana Robinson, widow of Marmaduke Robinson of Bedford Place, London, Esqre, who died in the peaceful hope of a better life to come 30 September 1839 in the 75th years. of her age. This tablet, the last offering of their gratitude and affection, is placed near the remains of their beloved mother by her surviving children.

Robinson

(N. low altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Juliana Robinson widow of Marmaduke Robinson of Bedford Place, London, Esqre, who died at this place on the 30th September l839 in the 75th years. of her age. " Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I will fear no evil, for Thou art with me, Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me."- Psalm 23, v. 4.

Robinson

(S. altar tomb). Sacred memory of William Robinson of Cookshouse who died the 11th day of May 1824 aged 84 years. Margaret Robinson his Mother died the 3rd day of January 1750 aged 52 years. Agnes Robinson his Sister died the 24th day of December 1776 aged 30 years. George Robinson his Father died the 29th day of November 1791 aged 87 years. Matilda Robinson relict of the above William Robinson who died the 10th day of October 1846 aged 91 years. All the above-named were Interred near this Place, and the Monument was placed over the Remains of the above- named William Robinson to perpetuate the Remembrance of all the said deceased, and as a Token of Affection and Esteem by his Nephew George Robinson.

Robinson

(S. low altar tomb). Here lie the Remains of Isabel, daughter of Henry and Isabel Williamson of this parish who departed this life the 9th day of June 1769 aged 10 years. Also near this Place are Buried William . Williamson & William . Robinson the Son & Son-in-Law of the above Henry & Isabel Williamson who both lost their lives upon Windermere Water Augst. 17th 1774. William . Robinson buried Augst. 20th aged 27. William . Williamson Augst. 24th aged 35.

Rooking

(W). Sacred memory of Ann Rooking who departed this life the 13th of December 1842 Aged 20.

Sandford

(S). Sacred memory of the late Reverend . R. Sandford, 40 years. Incumbent of Crook who departed this life November . 19th 1839 Aged 65 years. Also of his Son Robert who died November . 9th 1828 Aged 21 years. Also of his Son Allan who died June 21st 1835 Aged 23 years. Also of his beloved Wife Margaret who died 14th January 1849 Aged 74.

Schneider

(W. under W. tower). In memoriam Elizabeth Schneider, obiit 12 June 1881.

Suart

(Int. N) . In memory of William Suart for upwards of 29 years. parish clerk of Windermere, died March 19th 1869 aged 61 years.

Swinburne

(W. low rail, Cross patée). + Teresa Swinburne B. December . 9, 1834, died February 24, 1835. Anna Antonia Swinburne B. Janr. 17, 1801, died Janr. 3, 1845. Owen Swinburne B. March 13, 1843, died May 19, 1845.

Taylor

(In. E. on marble). Crest, a snake entwined. Arms fret (for Fleming,) Ulster badge in sinister chief. (On brass). In memory of The Reverend John Fleming A.M. of Rayrigg in this Parish, Prebendary of St. Andrew's in the Cathedral of Llandaff, Rector of Bootle, Cumberland, who died at the rectory house in that parish on the 11th day of January 1835 in the 66th years. of his age. Also of Jane his wife the younger daughter of the late Peter Taylor of Whitehaven Esquire, who died at Rayrigg on November 10th 1828 in the 55th years. of her age. Also of the Reverend Fletcher Fleming late rector of Grasmere, the eldest son of the above- named Reverend John Fleming, who died at Rydal on Saturday the 11th day of November 1876 in the 82nd years. of his age.

Taylor

(B. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of the Reverend . John Fleming A.M. of Rayrigg in this parish, Prebendary of Llandaff, and Rector of Bootle in the County of Cumberland, who died in the rectory house of that parish on the eleventh day of January 1835 in the 66th years. of his age. And of Jane his wife, youngest daughter of the late Peter Taylor of Whitehaven Esqre. who died at Rayrigg on the tenth day of November . 1828 in the 55th years. of her age. Also of William Fleming their second son who died at Great Malvern on the twentieth of June 1832 in his 36th years. Also of Peter Joseph Fleming their fourth son, Lieutenant of the 55th Regt. who died at Burrackpore on the twenty-second day of July 1833 in his 31st years. Also of Richard Fleming their seventh son who died at Dumfries on the twenty-first of March 1841 in the 30th years. of his age, and was interred in this vault. Also of Jane Fleming and Isabella Fleming their daus. who died in their infancy and were buried in the chancel of this church. Also of their youngest son Herbert Octavius Fleming, Lieutenant 28th Regt. Memory of N.I. who died of Cholera at Hurrypur in the East Indies on the second day of April 1846 aged 27 years. Also of the Reverend . John Fleming, their third son, Vicar of Llangwm, Monmouthshire, and Incumbent of Ponsonby, Cumberland, who died at the Vicarage, Llangwm, July 2nd 1857 aged 57 years. (E. end). Also of the Reverend , Fletcher Fleming late Rector of Grasmere their eldest son who died at Rayrigg on the 11th day of November 1876 aged 81, and of Catherine Emily his Wife, who died at Rayrigg on the 20th day of March 1878. (N. side). Also of the Reverend . Thomas Fleming A.M. Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge, their fifth son who died at Chertsey December . 20th 1867 aged 62 years. " For we through the spirit wait for the hope of righteousness by faith." Gal. v., 5. Also of the Reverend . George Fleming Memory of A. their sixth son who died February 10th 1844 aged 33 years. (W. end). Also of Agnes Dorothy their third daughter who was born November . 24th 1804 and died at 2, Park Villas, Barnes, Surrey, June 11th 1866.

Taylor

(E. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Isabelia Taylor of Belfield in this parish widow of the late Peter Taylor of Whitehaven Esqre, and second daughter of the late Fletcher Fleming of Rayrigg Esqre, who died at Belfield on the 13th day of February 1826 in her 77th years. Also of Isabella Agnes Taylor eldest daughter of the said Peter Taylor, and Isabella his wife who died in this village on the 27th day of September 1837 in her 67th years. Also of their eldest son Joseph Taylor 1st Lieutenant of H.M.S. Cleopatra, who fell in a naval engagement off the island of Cuba on the 22nd day of March 1801 in the 30th years. of his age. And of their second son Fletcher le Fleming Taylor 1st Lieutenant of H.M.S. La Virtu who fell a sacrifice to the yellow fever on the 5th day of June 1809 in the 28th years. of his age and was buried at Port Royal.

Thomson

(In. W. aisle, N. urn & anchor). " The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord." On the seventh of June 1832 was lost with all the crew of his Majesty's brig Recruit in a severe gale of wind on the passage from Halifax to Bermuda Henry G. Poulett Thomson aged fourteen years. youngest son of Andrew Henry Poulett Thomson Esquire late of Belfield ; on the seventh of September 1834 died at Belfield aged forty-one years. Sophia Poulett Thomson wife and mother of the above; on the second of June 1836 died at Greenwich aged twenty years. Andrew John Poulett Thoruson, eldest and only surviving son of the above. On the twenty-eighth of April 1839 was drowned in the river Thames by the upsetting of a boat at a short distance from his house at Marlow, Andrew Henry Poulett Thomson Esqre, late of Belfield in this County and of Austin Friars, London, aged fifty-two years. On the fifth of September 1840 died at Mortlake in the County of Surrey aged seventy-six years. Charlotte Weguelin, only daughter of the above and wife of Thomas Matthias Weguelin Esqre, of Mortlake and Austin Friars, London.

Thomson

(W. low altar tomb). Sophia Poulett Thomson, September 7th, 1834.

Thornboro

In. E. chancel window, 7 lights. Subjects: centre, the Crucifixion : & 5 larger figures & one group, i.e., on dexter, the Blessed Virgin, St. George & Dragon, & St. Barbara with tower; on sinister, St. John the Evangelist, St. Catherine with sword and wheel, & 2, Archbishops, & St. Stephen with stone, and St. Lawrence with gridiron. Above transom; the Resurrection, the Blessed Virgin and Holy Infant Entry into Jerusalem, &c. Above, 6 smaller groups. Smaller groups (counting from dexter). I. Augustinian or Black Canon with rosary, &c., kneeling beneath legend, thereon John Plo, P'or of Kerkmel. II. Knight and lady kneeling, Arms (on his surcoat and her mantle,) erm. fretty gu. (Thornburgh) and (on her kirtle) ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross of field (Broughton) beneath legend Willm Thornboro and hys Wyff. III. 8 Black Canons, and on labels issuing from mouths W. Hartley, Thomas Hogson, Willym Bareaye, Willm Purfoot, Roger Thwaites, George Fis(her ?). IV. Knight and lady &c., arms (as before) or, 5 fusils conjoined in fess az. (Pennington) and 41y ar. (shd. be or) and gu. on bend sa. 3 escallops of 1st (Eure) beneath legend Pennyghton and hys Wyff. V. Knight and lady, &c.,arms, ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross moline or. (Kirkby) and barry of 8 ar . and gu. beneath legend . . . Kirk by . . . VI. Knight and lady, &c., arms, ar. on bend sa.4 spades of field (Swetenham) and ar. on chevron az. 8 plates each with cross sa. beneath legend . . . milady hys. . . . † Arms (in lights above transom). I. ar. cross wavy gu. (for Lawrence) ; II. ar. on bend sa. 3 plates, thereon cross gu. (for Urswick); III sa. fretty, label of 3 points ar. (Harrington) ; IV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points az. (for Huddleston) impaling ar. fleur-de-lis gu. (for Levenshulme) ; V. sa. fretty ar. (Harrington) ; VI. ar. 2 bars, on canton gu. (maunch) or (for Bardsey) impaling gu. 6 lioncels rampant ar. 3, 2, I, (Leyborne) ; VII. gu. fretty ar. (Huddleston); VIII. 41y, I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. in chief 3 torteaux (Grey), 2 & 3, 4ly I & 4 gu. maunch or (for Hastings) 2 & 3 barry of 6 ar. & az. (Valens). IX. 41y I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. (for Grey), 2 & 3 blank X, ar saltire engrailed sa. thereon mullet of field (Middleton) ; XI 4ly I & 4 ar. 2 bars, in chief 3 etoiles gu. (Lowick) 2 & 3 ar. cross wavy gu (for Lawrence) ; XII. 41y I & 4 sa. 3 1ions rampant ar. (Talbot) 2 & 3 sa. fretty ar. label of 3 points gu. (Harrington) ; XIII. gu. 3 (bull’s) heads caboshed ar. (for Boyvill of Milium) ; XIV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points vert (for Huddleston) ; XV. per pale or & vert lion rampant gu. (Mareschal & Cartmel Priory) ; XVI. gu. 3 cushions erm. tasselled or, pomme in centre for diff. (Redman) ; XVII. same as XV1.

Thornburgh

(In. S. choir window). Arms, erm. fretty gu. chief of last (Thornburgh). Hill MSS. ii., 211. Also or, horse shoe sa. is noted .

Tomlinson

(S.flat tomb). Here Lyeth the Body of Thomas Tomlinson late of Trout-Beck Bridge who departed this life ye 20 day of February 1755 being the 68 years. of his Age.

Ullock

(E. altar tomb). Sacred memory of John Ullock of Bowness who died June 30th 1832 aged 72 years. Also of John his son who died February 2nd 1796 aged 6 m. Also of Elizabeth relict of John Ullock who died May 13th l839 aged 74y.

Ullock

(E). In Memory of Thomas Ullock who died 19 of October 1791 Aged 75. Poor Tom came here to lie from Battles of Dettengen & Fontenoy in 1743 and 1745. Margaret his Wife died January 5th 1811 Aged 82 years.

Waller

(In. N. aisle, E. floor). In memory of Mary Anne Waller, second daughter of the late Reverend James Waller died D. Archdeacon of Essex, died September . 10,1829 aged 57.

Watson

(S.flat stone). Sacred memory of Harriet Watson who was born April 29th 1771 and died October 7th 1835. Also to the memory of Dorothy Watson who was born March 31st 1777 and died August 16th 1837, daughter of the Right Reverend Richard Watson late Bishop of Llandaff.

Watson

(In. S.E., tablet with mitre & crozier; at dexter 3 books marked Chemical Essays, Apology for Christianity, Apology for the Bible: at sinister 2 books, i.e., Theological Tracts, Sermons and Tracts). Quod mortale fuit Ricardi Landavensis juxta caemeterium habet, quod immortale est faxit Deus en XPI¥ÒT¥Ø caelum habeat, vitam obiit iv. non. Jul. A.D. MDCCCXVI ¨¡tat 1xxix. Hoc marmor parvulum licet, egregii in conjugem amoris monumentum poni curavit Dorothea Watson et ipsa ©¡vo haud brevi sine labe perfuncta tumulo eodem sepulta re. quiescit, excessit III id. April A.D. NDCCCXXXl ©¡tatis su©¡ Ixxxi. (See Atkinson's " Worthies," &c.

Watson

(S. altar tomb, rail). Ricardi Watson Episcopi Landavensis cineribus sacrum, obiit Julii 40 A.D. 1816 Ætatis 79. Hic etiam conjugem prope depositæ sunt reliquiræ Dorotheæ Watson maximæ natarum Edvardi Wilson de Dallam Tower arm.. vitam obiit III id. April A.D. MDCCCXXXl æatis suæ Ixxxi. (See Gent's Mag. December 1849).

Weguelin

(In. W. aisle, N. urn & anchor). " The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord." On the seventh of June 1832 was lost with all the crew of his Majesty's brig Recruit in a severe gale of wind on the passage from Halifax to Bermuda Henry G. Poulett Thomson aged fourteen years. youngest son of Andrew Henry Poulett Thomson Esquire late of Belfield ; on the seventh of September 1834 died at Belfield aged forty-one years. Sophia Poulett Thomson wife and mother of the above; on the second of June 1836 died at Greenwich aged twenty years. Andrew John Poulett Thoruson, eldest and only surviving son of the above. On the twenty-eighth of April 1839 was drowned in the river Thames by the upsetting of a boat at a short distance from his house at Marlow, Andrew Henry Poulett Thomson Esqre, late of Belfield in this County and of Austin Friars, London, aged fifty-two years. On the fifth of September 1840 died at Mortlake in the County of Surrey aged seventy-six years. Charlotte Weguelin, only daughter of the above and wife of Thomas Matthias Weguelin Esqre, of Mortlake and Austin Friars, London.

Williams

(S). This stone was erected to the memory of Elizabeth Williams by John Kaye died D. Bishop of Lincoln, in testimony of the grateful sense ever entertained by him of the affectionate care with which she watched over him during his infancy and childhood. She died at Bowness November v. MDCCCXXXVl, aged Ixxxiv, esteemed and beloved. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord.

Williamson

(S. low altar tomb). Here lie the Remains of Isabel, daughter of Henry and Isabel Williamson of this parish who departed this life the 9th day of June 1769 aged 10 years. Also near this Place are Buried William . Williamson & William . Robinson the Son & Son-in-Law of the above Henry & Isabel Williamson who both lost their lives upon Windermere Water Augst. 17th 1774. William . Robinson buried Augst. 20th aged 27. William . Williamson Augst. 24th aged 35.

Willock

(N. cross). Edmund Peel Willock, died May 6, 1854.

Wilson

(In. S.E., tablet with mitre & crozier; at dexter 3 books marked Chemical Essays, Apology for Christianity, Apology for the Bible: at sinister 2 books, i.e., Theological Tracts, Sermons and Tracts). Quod mortale fuit Ricardi Landavensis juxta caemeterium habet, quod immortale est faxit Deus en XPI¥ÒT¥Ø caelum habeat, vitam obiit iv. non. Jul. A.D. MDCCCXVI ¨¡tat 1xxix. Hoc marmor parvulum licet, egregii in conjugem amoris monumentum poni curavit Dorothea Watson et ipsa ©¡vo haud brevi sine labe perfuncta tumulo eodem sepulta re. quiescit, excessit III id. April A.D. NDCCCXXXl ©¡tatis su©¡ Ixxxi. (See Atkinson's " Worthies," &c.

Wilson

(S. altar tomb, rail). Ricardi Watson Episcopi Landavensis cineribus sacrum, obiit Julii 40 A.D. 1816 Ætatis 79. Hic etiam conjugem prope depositæ sunt reliquiræ Dorotheæ Watson maximæ natarum Edvardi Wilson de Dallam Tower arm.. vitam obiit III id. April A.D. MDCCCXXXl æatis suæ Ixxxi. (See Gent's Mag. December 1849).

Wilson

(E. wall, flat tomb rail). Beneath this stone lie the mortal remains of Richard Green Wilson for thirty years. a practising surgeon in this place. He died on the xivth day of August MDCCCXLIV, aged lii. years. " Though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God."

Winter

(S). The Body of Thomas Winter, son of Landale Winter of Kendell Lyeth here Buried who departed life November . the 12 Ao. Dom. 1737.

York

(In. N). Arms (on lozenge) barry of 6 ar. & gu. chevron az. impaling sa. stag's head caboshed or. In a vault to the eastward of this church lie buried the remains of The Honble. Elizabeth Carpenter, widow of Captain the Honble. Charles Carpenter, R.N., who departed this life at her house at Bowness, the 23rd day of February 1842 in the 73rd years. of her age. This highly respected lady was mother of George 3rd Earl of Tyrconnel, aide-de-camp to Field Marshal His Royal Highness the Duke of York, Commander-in-Chief, he died at Wilna on the 20th December 1812 while employed in a military diplomatic capacity with the Rus- sian armies from excessive zeal and consequent fatigue, in the pursuit of the French forces under Buonaparte; by his talents', manners, and personal advantages he had acquired the regard of all who knew him, and the Prince Kutusoff erected a monument to his memory in the church of the reformed religion at Wilna.. The trust in God alone was the support of his much loving mother under this heavy affliction. He was succeeded by his brother John Delaval 4th Earl of Tyrconnel who erected this tablet to the memory of the best of mothers.