North of the Sands

Parish of Kirkby Lonsdale

312 records for Kirkby Lonsdale in Westmoreland Church Notes

Addison

(In. S). Sacred memory of Thomas Batty, Esq. who born at Burrow, the 29th September 1717 & died at Preston 24th January 1781, and lies interr'd near the foot of this Wall. His only Child Agnes the Wife of John Addison of Preston erected this Monument in grateful Remembrance of his departed Worth.

Airey

(W. wooden cross). Elizabeth Airey, born May 28, 1870, at rest May 14, 1875.

Allen

(N .E. stone edging). In memory of John Allen of Kirkby Lonsdale, born 29th December . 1790, died 8th January 1872, also of Jane Carr, his wife, born 25th December . 1790, died 14th February . 1837, also of Elizabeth Carr, her mother, born 31st October 1766, d. 12th February , 1841, widow of James Carr, of Green Close, also of Oswald Allen son of the above who fell asleep in Jesus Octbr. 2nd 1878 aged 62. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, yea saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours, and their works do follow them.

Anderson

(N. E). Sacred memory of Thomas Anderson, born 9th April 1810, died 7th April 1882, also of Janet his wife, born 27th March 1811, died 23rd April 1866, and their Children, Anne, born 24th May 1835 died 9th December . 1855, William Grierson, born 26th March 1837, died 9th March 1860, Frederick John, born 20th May 1851, died 9th Decr. 1853. “I have fought a good fight." “Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord."

Armstrong

(N .E. 2 altar tombs, rail). 1. Sacred memory of Isabella Blamire eldest daughter of Richmond Blamire Esq. who departed this life September 14th 1845, whose whole life was characterized by Benevolence and every kind and affectionate feeling of the Heart, and who was a bright example of Patience, Resignation and Piety. In Life how valued! In Death,–how tenderly lamented ! 2. Here rests in God, by the side of her loved and long mourned sister, Frances wife of Robert Baynes Armstrong Esquire, Queen's Counsel, of the Inner Temple London, died 19th March 1862 aged 77. Psalm lxxiii, ver. 26. "My flesh and my heart faileth, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion for ever." Also by her so tenderly in life, and mourned in death, Robert Baines Armstrong Q.C. bencher of the Inner Temple, who died January 15th 1869 aged 84.

Armstrong

(W. column.) Sacred memory of Alice Clark, aged 31 y; Agnes Walling aged 25; Bella Cornthwaite, aged 20; Hannah Armstrong aged 18; Agnes Nicholson aged 17, all of whom were hurried into eternity, in the awful destruction by fire of the Rose and Crown Hotel in this town, on the night of the 6th of December 1820. (E. side). In the midst of life we are in death. Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God. Thou turnest man to destruction and sayest, return ye children of men. Thou carriest them away as with a flood, they are as a sleep in the morning, they are like grass which groweth up. In the morning it flourisheth and groweth up, in the evening it is cut down and withereth. Erected by voluntary contributions.

Ashton

(In. Tower wall N. urn & 3 inscriptions on pediment). I. (centre). To m. Hugh Ashton Esq. of Underley Hall who died XII January MDCCXLIX aged XLVI. Eleanor Benn his wife XXI November MDCCLXXXII aged LXXIX and James their son XVI November MDCCLXV aged. xxx. 2 (left). Arthur Burrow Esq. of Lupton died XIV January MDCCLXVII aged XXXVI. Frances Ashton his wife XXI March MDCCCV aged LXVII and J oseph Burrow Esq. of Kirkby Lonsdale III June MDCCLXXXVII aged XXIV and Arthur Burrow Esq. A.B. of London XXII June MDCCCXXVII aged XXXVIll, whose virtues, worth and learning need not here to be recorded. 3 (right) William Birdsworth Esq. of Kirkby Lonsdale, died XXVI March MDCCCX aged LXXII, Anne Ashton his Wife III February MDCCCIll aged LXVI and Eleanor their daughter XVI April MDCCCI aged xxxv and James their son XXVII November MDCCCXVI aged XXXIX.

Askew

(S. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Richard Askew of Low Biggins who departed this life February 1832 aged 45 years. Also four children of the above, Agnes, died November 1824 aged 2 days. Elizabeth, died June 1827 aged 3 years. Edward, died September 1829 aged 1 years. John died .October 1832, aged 1 years. and also of Elizabeth, relict of the above Richard Askew, who departed this life on the 30th September 1863 aged 68 years.

Atkinson

(N). Sacred memory of Alice, only daughter of Joseph and Ann Atkinson who died in London March 2nd 1859 aged 18 years. O Friends hear me speak from my silent tomb, Your Saviour now seek, while still in your bloom, Like me in my bloom, Death may snatch you away, And you may become like me any day. Yourselves give to Him who died you to save, And raise you to Heaven from sin and the grave. also of Ann Atkinson, mother of the above who died in London October 19th 1860 aged 55 years.

Atkinson

(N. card &glass). In memoriam. In memory of Isabel Atkinson B.January 9th 1865, D. July 30th 1888. Interred at Kirkby Lonsdale Church, August Ist.

Atkinson

(In. N. aisle E. brass under window). To the Glory of God and in Memory of Richard Atkinson Esqre late ofTown End who died February 11, A.D. 1863 aged 68 years. And of Mary his widow who died May 3, 1864 aged 65. Their loving children erected this window. His Lord said unto him, Well done, Thou good and faithful servant, thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will set thee over many things, enter thou into the joy of thy Lord.

Atkinson

(In. S. Brass under window). To the Glory of God and in m. Richard Atkinson Esquire, late of Townend, who died in Paris May 22nd 1875 this window is erected by his Brother John 1877. B . . . . HEAD. (S). In l.r. Elizabeth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . November 1751 Jane the Widow of the above named Richd. Band and Da.of John Head Esq. who died 7th February 1771 aged 66. (Not in regl).

Atkinson

(N). In memory of Alice Burrow who died at Middleton March 24th 1860 aged 86 years. also of Jane Wilman daughter of the above who died at Lancaster May 20th 1879 aged 79 years. also of Alice Atkinson daughter of the above Alice Burrow who died at Bonefield Bank, Casterton, February . 20th 1887 aged 74.

Atkinson

(N. rail). Bowman Shepherd, eldest son of William and Isabella Shepherd, b. at Moorsley June 14th 1832, died at Bradford October 13th 1878. Isabella Shepherd wife of Bowman Shepherd and second daughter of Richard and Mary Ann Atkinson of this town, born at Whittington August 8th 1831, died at Kirkby Lonsdale March 15th 1886.

Bailiff

(E). Sacred memory of Margaret Bailiff of Beck foot who departed this life the 26th Day January 1819 aged 76 years. Hear (sic) Also lies (sic) the Remains of Thomas Holmes of Beck foot who departed life the 2 March 1819 Aged 84 years. Reader who gaiseth (sic) on this Letred (sic) Stone, on this important truth thou mayest rely, To this doth Death and judgment may be nigh, O Let this Solomn (sic) Thoughts who evr,(sic) thou art find place within and Regulate thy hart. (sic) Kirkby Lonsdale. 79

Bainbridge

(W. 2 altar tombs, rail). 1. Here lie-the Remains of James fifth Son of John Bainbridge, late of Sedbergh, Gent. and of Ann his Wife who died June 21st A..D. 1780 Aged 14 years. Also of Ann, Wife of the saId John Bainbridge who died March 31st A.D. 1800 Aged 73 years. Henry, Fourth Son of the said John Bainbridge many years. Surgeon and Apothecary at Sedbergh who died December . 25th A.D. 1816 Aged 53 years. John Bainbridge their aged Father who died February 3rd A.D. 1817 Aged 91 years. Margaret daughter of Henry above named who died August 28, A.D. 1817 Aged 29 years. Also of Isabella Bainbridge, Widow of the above named Henry Bainbridge who died November 25th A.D. 1849, Aged 74 years. also of Sarah wife of Bryan Batty and daughter of the above named Henry Bainbridge who died March 18th 1876 in her 78th Y .also of Bryan Bainbridge, Surgeon of Sedbergh who died August 30th 1876 in his 84th years. , universally beloved, respected and regretted. These in succession have to death bow'd down And now are gone to their eternal home. 2. To the memory of The Reverend Thomas Bainbridge, Son of Mr. John Bainbridge late of Sedbergh deceased, and many years. Rector of Addlethorpe, Lincolnshire who departed this life l0th of April 1844 Aged 84 Years. In peace I here lay down my weary head, Mingling my ashes with the mouldering dead Tranquil I sleep in humble hope to rise, Jesus to meet, triumphant, in the skies !

Bainbridge

(N. altar tomb). To the memory of Mary Davis who died January 20th 1836 aged 53 years. this stone was erected by Her affectionate Friend John Bainbridge. Also of Jane Garnett, niece of the above, who died May 29th 1862 aged 27 years.

Baines

(In the Vestry). Arms, (with lambrequin) 3 men with shields and spears. C. W. 1668. (In. N. on Wood). This porch by ye banes first builded was of heigholme hall they weare, and after Sould to Christopher Wood by willyam baines thereof last heyre, and is repayred as you see, and sett in ordergood: by the true owner nowe thereof, the foresaide Christopher Wood.* * This porch is now gone. See Cumbd. & Westmd. Antiq. & Arch. Soc. Trans. pt. II, vol. 1, p. 198, i.e. Art. xix, on Kirkby Lonsdale Church, by the Rev. Canon Ware.

Barker

(N). In remembrance of Matthew Barker, who departed this life July 28, 1858, aged 78 years. And of John his son, who died July 4, 1858 aged 32 years.

Barrow

(W). Sacred memory of Jane Barrow the beloved wife of William Barrow, of Kirkby Lonsdale, died June 24, 1859 aged 66 years. Also of Edward Barrow, Son of the above, died September 13, 1839 aged 2 years. And also of their daughter Mary Barrow, d. September 14, 1835 aged 17 years. and Jane Barrow died October 7, 1843 aged 19 y. also of the above named William Barrow, born June 19th 1791 died January 19th 1877. And John Barrow son of the above who died on the 1st day of June 1872 aged 52 years.

Battersby

(S. altar tomb). In memory of Anthony Battersby of Biggins who departed this life November 27th 1789 aged 62 years. Also of Ann wife of Thomas Tomlinson, of Biggins, and sister of the above named Anthony Battersby, who died March 7th 1803 aged 68 y. Also of Thomas Tomlinson of Biggins who died January 1st 1811 aged 84 years.

Battersby

(S. Flat stone, N. of Battersby altar tomb).1 In Memory of Simon Battersby of Biggins only son of Simon Battersby of South House, Horton, Ribblesdale Gentn. B. 1660 died March 25th 1730. Dorothy Lightbourne his wife born June 2nd, 1659 died May 29th 1717. Jane Foxcroft wife of John Foxcroft of Holm House, Whittington Gent. and only sister of Simon Battersby Janry. 24th 1635 d. (blank). Edward Battersby son of Simon Battersby born May 2nd 1685 died April 15th 1750. Margaret Ward his wife born Decbr. 18th 1693 died Decbr. 31st 1770.

Battersby

(In. N). In memory of William Tomlinson of Broom Field, Arkholme, eldest son of John Tomlinson of Haslack, Beetham, Gentn. who died February 1st 1756 aged 75 y. Elizabeth North his Wife died April 27th 1713 aged 29. Lettice Wilson* his second Wife died March 18th 1769, aged 77. Thomas Tomlinson of Biggins, eldest son of William and Lettice Tomlinson died January 1st 1811 aged 84. Ann Battersby his Wife died March 7th 1803 aged 68. William Tomlinson of Albin Bank, Preston, eldest son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died April 24th 1827 aged 63. Elizabeth Watson his Wife died May 11th 1820 aged 65. Edward Tomlinson of Biggins, second son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died May 11th 1842 aged 73. Elizabeth Rawlinson his Wife died October 12th 1848 aged 75. Edward Rawlinson brother of Elizabeth Tomlinson died February 16th 1840 aged 71. Edward Tomlinson third son of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died April 15th 1827 aged 23. Isabella Tomlinson youngest daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died October 8th 1832 aged 21. Also in m. Thomas Tomlinson who died October 3rd 1854 aged 58, Anthony Battersby Tomlinson, died November 14th 1865 aged 69, William Tomlinson died March 12th 1874 aged 59, second, eldest and youngest sons of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson. Arms, (at top) 41y 1 & 4, per pale ar. & az.3 greyhounds courant, a chief engrailed of the 2nd ; 2, or, saltire, paly of 12 erm. & gu. a crescent for difference; 3, az. cross patoncé or. * An inscription in Melling churchyard says she was the daughter of Edward Wilson, of Natland. (T. Jenninngs).

Batty

(W. 2 altar tombs, rail). 1. Here lie-the Remains of James fifth Son of John Bainbridge, late of Sedbergh, Gent. and of Ann his Wife who died June 21st A..D. 1780 Aged 14 years. Also of Ann, Wife of the saId John Bainbridge who died March 31st A.D. 1800 Aged 73 years. Henry, Fourth Son of the said John Bainbridge many years. Surgeon and Apothecary at Sedbergh who died December . 25th A.D. 1816 Aged 53 years. John Bainbridge their aged Father who died February 3rd A.D. 1817 Aged 91 years. Margaret daughter of Henry above named who died August 28, A.D. 1817 Aged 29 years. Also of Isabella Bainbridge, Widow of the above named Henry Bainbridge who died November 25th A.D. 1849, Aged 74 years. also of Sarah wife of Bryan Batty and daughter of the above named Henry Bainbridge who died March 18th 1876 in her 78th Y .also of Bryan Bainbridge, Surgeon of Sedbergh who died August 30th 1876 in his 84th years. , universally beloved, respected and regretted. These in succession have to death bow'd down And now are gone to their eternal home. 2. To the memory of The Reverend Thomas Bainbridge, Son of Mr. John Bainbridge late of Sedbergh deceased, and many years. Rector of Addlethorpe, Lincolnshire who departed this life l0th of April 1844 Aged 84 Years. In peace I here lay down my weary head, Mingling my ashes with the mouldering dead Tranquil I sleep in humble hope to rise, Jesus to meet, triumphant, in the skies !

Batty

(S. wall). In memory of Edward Batty of Kirkby Lonsdale, Son of the above, who d. the 21st Day of December . 1796 aged 37 years. And of Eleanor Batty his Wife who d. the 9th Day of May 1795, aged 27 years.

Batty

(N. W). Sacred memory of James Batty of Barbon, who departed this life 15th September . 1830 aged 78 years. Also of Anna his wife who departed this life 18th July 1825 aged 72 years. Ah ! cruel Death, that would no longer spare A wife belov'd–a mother ever dear, Great is the loss to those now left behind But she, we hope, eternal joys doth find. Also of Richard son of Robert Bownas and Grandson of the above James and Anna Batty, who departed this life 16th November . 1830 aged 5 y and 6 m.

Batty

(S. wall). Near this Stone are interr'd the Remains of John Batty, late of Deansbiggin, Gentleman, who died the 1st Day of April 1791 aged 62y. Also the Remains of Elizabeth Batty his Wife who died the l0th day of April 1800 aged 75 years.

Batty

(In. S). Sacred memory of Thomas Batty, Esq. who born at Burrow, the 29th September 1717 & died at Preston 24th January 1781, and lies interr'd near the foot of this Wall. His only Child Agnes the Wife of John Addison of Preston erected this Monument in grateful Remembrance of his departed Worth.

Batty

(N.W. rail). In affectionate remembrance of William Batty Esq. who died November 11th 1868 aged 82 years.

Bayliffe

(S. flat freestone flag, broken in middle.) Here lieth the Body of Richard Bayliffe, late of Kirkby Lonsdale who departed this life the 16th November 1764 aged 46. Here also Lieth the Body of- E . . . . daughter of Richard Bayliffe who D. L. . . . . . . Near this place is interred Jane Bayliffe, Widow of the above named Richard Bayliffe and daughter of John Head, Esq. who died 7th February 1772 aged 66.

Beaumont

(W). In memory of Margaret Beaumont who departed this life April 16th 1849 aged 18 years. Thy precepts, Lord, we cannot see, But all is well that's done by thee. Also of Jane Beaumont who died July 21st 1840 aged 16 years. And of Mary Ann Beaumont who died October 19th 1844 aged 10 years. Likewise of Dorothy the beloved wife of George Grisdale of Lancaster and sister to the above who died April 5th 1863 aged 29 years. "Her end was peace."

Bective

(Window S. of E. window). To the Glory of God and in m. Amelia Countess of Bective born January 16, 1824, died December 4. 1864. This Window was erected by her bereaved husband.

Bell

(N.E). Sacred memory of James Bell of this town who died July 23rd 1851 aged 74 years. and of Ann Bell his wife who died July 18th 1842 aged 68 years. also of Ann Agnes Bell who died September 11th 1849 aged 17 years. and of Edward Bell who died December 9th 1850 aged 24 years. the son and daughter of Matthew and Alice Bell and grandchildren of the above-named James and Ann Bell.

Bell

(N.E). In .a. remembrance of Joseph Bell, who died May 4, 1843 aged 50 years. Interred at Keswick. Also Ann Bell widow of the above who died July 12, 1861, aged 62 years. Also John Bell, their son who died February 11, 1856 aged 23 years. Interred at Newcastle. Also William Bell, their son who died September 18, 1864 aged 38 y, interred at Forbes, Australia. Also Little Bell their son who died Oct. 5, 1868 aged 31 years. Also Abraham Bell, their son who died August 31, 1869 aged 38 y. Interred at Birmingham. Also Ann, wife of Joseph Bell, who died May 4, 1876 in her 42nd years.

Bell

(N.E). Sacred memory of Matthew Bell of this town who died December 30th 1852 aged 51 y. Also of Alice Bell widow of Matthew Hell who died March 4th 1860 aged 63 y. Word of the everlasting God Will of his glorious Son, Without thee how could earth be trod, Or heaven itself be won.

Bellingham

(" This coat of arms was on ye Casterton pew on ye south side on wainscot A.D. 1605 in Kirkby Lonsdale church." Hill Memory of SS 11,328 citing Machell). Crest. (Over an esquire's helmet) a stag's head cabossed* Arms, 41y of 6. 1 & 6 ar. on chevron 3 cross crosslets fitched, a crescent for difference. (For Braithwaite, i.e. gu. on chevron ar. 3 cross-crosslets fitched sa.); 2, barry ? lion rampant vert; 3 vert, a bend erm.; 4 or, a bugle horn sa. (for Bellingham); 5, ar. 3 bendlets gu., on canton of last, lion rampant (of field) (Burneshead). * This is not the Braithwaite crest at Coll. Arms (C. 39, 7, & 2 died 14.) The collar and line round the "couchant greyhound" were taken away by Segar at the College in 1601.

Bellingham

(" This coat of arms was on ye Casterton pew on ye south side on wainscot A.D. 1605 in Kirkby Lonsdale church." Hill Memory of SS 11,328 citing Machell). Crest. (Over an esquire's helmet) a stag's head cabossed* Arms, 41y of 6. 1 & 6 ar. on chevron 3 cross crosslets fitched, a crescent for difference. (For Braithwaite, i.e. gu. on chevron ar. 3 cross-crosslets fitched sa.); 2, barry ? lion rampant vert; 3 vert, a bend erm.; 4 or, a bugle horn sa. (for Bellingham); 5, ar. 3 bendlets gu., on canton of last, lion rampant (of field) (Burneshead). * This is not the Braithwaite crest at Coll. Arms (C. 39, 7, & 2 died 14.) The collar and line round the "couchant greyhound" were taken away by Segar at the College in 1601.

Bellingham

(Middleton chapel, N. E). Hill MSS. II, 328, citing Machell, has the following note with tricks of arms :-" E .end N. aisle, Middleton quire, where are ye ruins of a fine mon : made of alabaster of a reddish brown colour, below wh. these coats of arms ; on wh.were ye effigies of Edwd. Middleton Esq. & his wife." 1 (one end) saltire engrailed (Middleton) ; II. Middleton impaling 3 combs (Tunstal) ; III. (5. side) Middleton im paling on chevron between 10 cinquefoils, 6 in chief, & 4 in base, 3 mullets (Carus) IV. Middleton impaling 3 bugle horns (Bellingham) v. (N. side) per fess ? plain & lozengy, a fess chequy (sic. ? for lozengy, a label, i.e., Fitzwilliam see note below) impaling Middleton. VI. Middleton impaling Bellingham.* * Such is Machell's and Hill's account. The old tomb, (formerly in the centre of this chapel, when it extended further into the churchyard) is now (1888) more than half destroyed. The lady's figure, cut to the waist, appears, and such of the structure as remains is run (end on) against the north wall. Canon Ware (Cumbd. & Westmd. Antiq. & Arch. Soc.Trans. pt. II, vol. I pp. 193-4) cites Whitaker as noting Middleton impaling Tunstal, and (if Mr. Bellasis understands him rightly) suggests Fitzwilliam Instead of Tunstal (i.e. lozengy and a label). Now Fitzwilliam may be intended for the strange trick above in No. v, & the Middleton coat on the sinister side of the shield may stand for Eleanor Middleton married to Fitzwilliam c. 1330., but this Tunstal on the sinister side of the shield would have to be dexter, if it is to make way for John Fitzwilliam. The known Middleton-Tunstall match is later than this tomb's probable date. Whitaker apparently only follows Machell with these 3 combs; & some such early Middleton- Tunstall match is quite as possible as the Fitzwilliam-Middleton alliance; and neither need make way for the other.

Benson

(N). In affectionate remembrance of Anthony Benson, second son of the late William Benson of this town who died at Preston Dec, 31, 1874 aged 54 years. also of Mary Ann, wife of the above who died at Preston December 18, 1879 aged 55 years.

Benson

(N. rail). To born m. Isaac, youngest son of William Benson of this town who departed this life November 22nd 1873 aged 46 years. also of Robert Sutcliffe who died Decr. 22nd 1877 aged 70 years.

Benson

(E. stone edging and low rail). In memory of John Benson of Dove Nest, Windermere, who died on the 21st May 1876 aged 59 years. Also of Eleanor his wife who died in London on the 29th August 1855 aged 35 years.

Benson

(N). In loving memory Mary, wife of William Benson of Keastwick who died Decbr. 18th 1874 aged 51 years. also of the above named William Benson who died June 9th 1885 aged 57 years. Thy will be done.

Bickersteth

(In. S. window). Faith, Charity, Hope. (On brass) To the Honour and Glory of God and in thankful remembrance of Katharine Bickersteth, sometime of this Parish. Entered into Rest August 7, 1878.

Bickersteth

(In. S. W). The Windows of this Baptistery were the gift of the familyof the late Robert Bickersteth A.D. 1868. (On window) 1. I am the good Shepherd. 2. Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not. 3. Except ye become as little children ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven.

Bigland

(W. wall). Near this place is interr'd Mrs. Dorothy Thornton, Widow of Mr. R. Thornton & daughter to the late Mr. Thomas Bigland of Bigland in Lanckshire Gentn. who Dyed 23 Janry. 1768 Æ. 67.

Bindloss

(In. Window E). Cragg and Middleton. Arms, i gu. fess between 3 mullets in chief, and 3 cross crosslets in base ar. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. ar. saltire engrailed sa. (Middleton), 2 & 3, 41y per fess indented or & gu. on bend az. cinquefoil between 2 martlets of lst (Bindloss). ii. Hebblethwaite & Middleton ar. 2 pallets az.; on canton or, mullet sa. On inescutcheon Middleton & Bindloss 41y. iii. Moore and Cragg. Arms, or, on chevron erminois between 3 wreathed negro's heads couped ppr., pheon of the field. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. Cragg, 2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. iv. Fawcett and Hebblethwaite. Arms, ar. on bend az. 3 dolphins embowed or. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4 Hebblethwaite,2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. v. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6, Moore; 2, Cragg; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss, 5 ?–––On inescutcheon 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss; vi. Fawcett. Arms, 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss.

Bindloss

(E). In memory of Ann wife of John Dobson who died at Ridding, Bentham, on the 7th of August 1864 aged 52 years. Also Dorothy wife of Robert Bindloss daughter of the above who died at Ridding, Bentham, on the 11th of September 1867 aged 27 years.

Birdsworth

(In. Tower wall N. urn & 3 inscriptions on pediment). I. (centre). To m. Hugh Ashton Esq. of Underley Hall who died XII January MDCCXLIX aged XLVI. Eleanor Benn his wife XXI November MDCCLXXXII aged LXXIX and James their son XVI November MDCCLXV aged. xxx. 2 (left). Arthur Burrow Esq. of Lupton died XIV January MDCCLXVII aged XXXVI. Frances Ashton his wife XXI March MDCCCV aged LXVII and J oseph Burrow Esq. of Kirkby Lonsdale III June MDCCLXXXVII aged XXIV and Arthur Burrow Esq. A.B. of London XXII June MDCCCXXVII aged XXXVIll, whose virtues, worth and learning need not here to be recorded. 3 (right) William Birdsworth Esq. of Kirkby Lonsdale, died XXVI March MDCCCX aged LXXII, Anne Ashton his Wife III February MDCCCIll aged LXVI and Eleanor their daughter XVI April MDCCCI aged xxxv and James their son XXVII November MDCCCXVI aged XXXIX.

Blamire

(W). In affectionate remembrance of Edward Blamire who died September 2nd 1879 aged 73 years. also of Agnes his wife who died at Westhouse December . 25th 1880 aged 67 years. also of Joseph son of the above who died April 22nd 1883 aged 33 years.

Blamire

(N .E. 2 altar tombs, rail). 1. Sacred memory of Isabella Blamire eldest daughter of Richmond Blamire Esq. who departed this life September 14th 1845, whose whole life was characterized by Benevolence and every kind and affectionate feeling of the Heart, and who was a bright example of Patience, Resignation and Piety. In Life how valued! In Death,–how tenderly lamented ! 2. Here rests in God, by the side of her loved and long mourned sister, Frances wife of Robert Baynes Armstrong Esquire, Queen's Counsel, of the Inner Temple London, died 19th March 1862 aged 77. Psalm lxxiii, ver. 26. "My flesh and my heart faileth, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion for ever." Also by her so tenderly in life, and mourned in death, Robert Baines Armstrong Q.C. bencher of the Inner Temple, who died January 15th 1869 aged 84.

Bland

(N.E). Sacred memory of Fanny the beloved wife of John Bland of Settle and eldest da. of the late William and Jane-Huck of Beck Foot who departed this life June 11th 1851 aged 60 years. She died in faith and in the glorious prospect of everlasting life. Also of Edward Bland their son, who died September . 29th 1851 aged 21 years.

Bownas

(N. W). Sacred memory of James Batty of Barbon, who departed this life 15th September . 1830 aged 78 years. Also of Anna his wife who departed this life 18th July 1825 aged 72 years. Ah ! cruel Death, that would no longer spare A wife belov'd–a mother ever dear, Great is the loss to those now left behind But she, we hope, eternal joys doth find. Also of Richard son of Robert Bownas and Grandson of the above James and Anna Batty, who departed this life 16th November . 1830 aged 5 y and 6 m.

Bownas

(N .E). In memory of Annie, wife of John Bownass of Chapel House, who died January 1st 1867 aged 54 years. also of Richard, son of the above, who died at Bank House, Barbon, June 29th 1869 aged 32 years.

Bracewell

(E). In memory of Mary the wife of Thomas Bracewell of this town who died July 12th 1872 aged 73 years. , also of Dorothy their daughter who died July 14th 1865 aged 27 years. also of their three children John, Mary Ann and Elizabeth who died in infancy.

Bradley

(N. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Robert Bradley of Kirkby Lonsdale who departed this life the 21st of February 1838 aged 70 years. Also of Mary Bradley his wife who died the 19th of August 1853 aged 71 years. "Watch, therefore, for ye know not what hour your Lord doth come." Matt. iv., 42.

Brady

(N. altar tomb). In memory of John James Brady of the 93rd Highlanders who served as a Medical Officer in the Peninsular War. He died on the 9th of October 1830 aged 36 years. Also of Marianne his infant daughter She died on the 2d of February 183I.

Braithwaite

(N. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Richard Bellasis Braithwaite who died February l0th 1855 aged 27 years. also Agnes Bellasis Braithwaite mother of the above who died September 3rd 1871 aged 76 years.

Braithwaite

(" This coat of arms was on ye Casterton pew on ye south side on wainscot A.D. 1605 in Kirkby Lonsdale church." Hill Memory of SS 11,328 citing Machell). Crest. (Over an esquire's helmet) a stag's head cabossed* Arms, 41y of 6. 1 & 6 ar. on chevron 3 cross crosslets fitched, a crescent for difference. (For Braithwaite, i.e. gu. on chevron ar. 3 cross-crosslets fitched sa.); 2, barry ? lion rampant vert; 3 vert, a bend erm.; 4 or, a bugle horn sa. (for Bellingham); 5, ar. 3 bendlets gu., on canton of last, lion rampant (of field) (Burneshead). * This is not the Braithwaite crest at Coll. Arms (C. 39, 7, & 2 died 14.) The collar and line round the "couchant greyhound" were taken away by Segar at the College in 1601.

Bramwell

(S. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Bella, Widow of Captain Thomas Bramwell of Kirkby Lonsdale. She died 11th December 1819 aged 73 years. Also of Elleanor daughter of Charles and Bella Seward and Grand daughter of the above named Bella Bramwell died July 6 1823 aged 12 years.

Briggs

(N. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Ann wife of Edward Briggs of Casterton who departed this life July 30th 1827 aged 56 years. Also of Robert Cragg Briggs, Son of the above Edward & Ann Briggs who departed this life November . 15th 1833 aged 38 years. And of two other Sons of the said Edward & Ann Briggs, viz. Richard who died December 3rd 1838 Aged 49 years. And John who died September l0th 1840 Aged 31 years. Likewise of the said Edward Briggs who died August 22nd 1842 Aged 85 years.

Briggs

(N. altar tomb). In memory of Jane Briggs who died June 14th 1827 aged 70 years.

Briggs

(N). In memory of Mary Briggs late of Lupton Hall, who died January 8th 1858 aged 48, also of Jane Briggs, sister of the above who died Decbr. 16th l883 aged 76.

Bryant

(N). In grateful R. of departed Worth As a Wife a Mother and Friend, Elizabeth Garnett Wife of Stephen Garnett, Grocer of this Town, died August 17th 1821 Aged 67 years. also, much lamented, Stephen Garnett, Her Husband, Aged 72 Who departed this life July 17th, 1840, also of John Garnett, Son of the above who died l. March 23rd 1861 Aged 71 years. and of their daughter Ann Bryant who departed this life November . 19th 1861 Aged 65 years.

Burneshead

(" This coat of arms was on ye Casterton pew on ye south side on wainscot A.D. 1605 in Kirkby Lonsdale church." Hill Memory of SS 11,328 citing Machell). Crest. (Over an esquire's helmet) a stag's head cabossed* Arms, 41y of 6. 1 & 6 ar. on chevron 3 cross crosslets fitched, a crescent for difference. (For Braithwaite, i.e. gu. on chevron ar. 3 cross-crosslets fitched sa.); 2, barry ? lion rampant vert; 3 vert, a bend erm.; 4 or, a bugle horn sa. (for Bellingham); 5, ar. 3 bendlets gu., on canton of last, lion rampant (of field) (Burneshead). * This is not the Braithwaite crest at Coll. Arms (C. 39, 7, & 2 died 14.) The collar and line round the "couchant greyhound" were taken away by Segar at the College in 1601.

Burrow

(In. Tower wall N. urn & 3 inscriptions on pediment). I. (centre). To m. Hugh Ashton Esq. of Underley Hall who died XII January MDCCXLIX aged XLVI. Eleanor Benn his wife XXI November MDCCLXXXII aged LXXIX and James their son XVI November MDCCLXV aged. xxx. 2 (left). Arthur Burrow Esq. of Lupton died XIV January MDCCLXVII aged XXXVI. Frances Ashton his wife XXI March MDCCCV aged LXVII and J oseph Burrow Esq. of Kirkby Lonsdale III June MDCCLXXXVII aged XXIV and Arthur Burrow Esq. A.B. of London XXII June MDCCCXXVII aged XXXVIll, whose virtues, worth and learning need not here to be recorded. 3 (right) William Birdsworth Esq. of Kirkby Lonsdale, died XXVI March MDCCCX aged LXXII, Anne Ashton his Wife III February MDCCCIll aged LXVI and Eleanor their daughter XVI April MDCCCI aged xxxv and James their son XXVII November MDCCCXVI aged XXXIX.

Burrow

(N). In memory of Alice Burrow who died at Middleton March 24th 1860 aged 86 years. also of Jane Wilman daughter of the above who died at Lancaster May 20th 1879 aged 79 years. also of Alice Atkinson daughter of the above Alice Burrow who died at Bonefield Bank, Casterton, February . 20th 1887 aged 74.

Burrow

(E. altar tomb). Here lieth all ye children of Robert and Susanna Burrow ye daughter of Thomas Warriner of Hutton Roof. Isabel died in ye 2d. years. of her age 1720. Dorothy in ye 17th (y.) 1741, Robert in ye years. 1746. Sleep Vertues Children in your Bed of Clay, just gone beyond to point us out the way. Robert Burrow died February ye 8th 1763 aged 65 Susanna his wife died February ye 14th 1763 aged 61. (Mr. Jennings' version).

Burton

(W. Cross). In memory of Edwin Burton born April 22nd 1883 died March 21st 1884, also Edmund his brother who died June 28th 1885 aged six m. An April flower was this Whom none could help but love; He leaves this world of care To bloom in heaven above.

Buttle

(In. N). Sacred memory of Thomas ButtIe of Kirkby Lonsdale who died 5th November 1853 aged 78 years. Also of Eleanor his wife who died 1st May 1850 aged 74 years. Thomas their son died 16th February 1813 aged 7 years. Robert their son died 22nd.May 1819 aged 8 years. Isabella their daughter died at Bonaw, Argyllshire 23rd March 1860 aged 61 years. Eleanor their daughter died at Edinburgh 15th July 1865 aged 63 years. interred at Bonaw.

Carr

(N .E. stone edging). In memory of John Allen of Kirkby Lonsdale, born 29th December . 1790, died 8th January 1872, also of Jane Carr, his wife, born 25th December . 1790, died 14th February . 1837, also of Elizabeth Carr, her mother, born 31st October 1766, d. 12th February , 1841, widow of James Carr, of Green Close, also of Oswald Allen son of the above who fell asleep in Jesus Octbr. 2nd 1878 aged 62. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, yea saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours, and their works do follow them.

Cartwright

(E. altar tomb). Here Iyeth the Body of (Doro)thy wife of Mr. Charles Cartwright of Thompson Fold in Lupton who departed this life the 4th day of July 1742 aged 64. Also near this place lie the Remains of Charles Cartwright Gent, who died February 15th. I756 aged 82

Cartwright

(In.back of choir stalls, brass). Here lies the Body of Geruas Cartwright gentleman son of Thomas Cartwright late Lord Bishop of Chester. He dyed ye 26 day of February 1707* in ye 41 years. of his age. * This date is given erroneously by Whitaker as 1787. (Richmondshire 11.278.)

Carus

(In. S. tablet, between 2 columns). Foelici memoriæ Elizabethæ Carvs, filiae et haeredis Thomae Carvs, Nicholai Cvrwen Eqvitis Avrati vxoris, matris svæ optime meritæ maerens filia Maria Hence. Widrington nvpta hoc saxum posvit. Hie reqviescit ab ano Dni. 1611 aetatis svae 51, donec postrema Ivx refvlgeat. Arms. ("These arms over the mon. to Eliz. Carus in K. L. ch. If ye 3d is C. it is not the arms generally given. to them " see infra. Hill Memory of SS. II. 328 citing Machell " 41y, 1 & 4. fret & chief (for Curwen, i.e. ar. fretty gu. chief az.); 2 & 3 az. lion rampant ar. gutté de sang (? shd. be billetté as per Coll. Arms, E. died N. Grafton's Lanc. 2nd cat. 83) impaling 41y 1 (? & 4, a blank) az. on chevron ar. 3 mullets gu. (for Carus, the 10 cinquefoils ar 6 in chief, and 4 in base omitted)† 2. ar. 3 bars gu. canton of last (for Preston, i.e. 2 bars and on on canton a cinquefoil or); 3 ar, ram sa. horned or, on chief of 2nd (3) garbs of 3rd. † See Flower's Lancashire Visitation CoIl. Arms died 3 p. 47; I. C. B. 2. 2nd cal. 3, i.e. copy of St. George's 1613 Westmorland Visitation & C. 37. 100 b. Dugdale's 1664 Lanc. Visit. for Carus arms and pedigrees. The latter gives the above Curwen-Carus match, and notes to the line of Thomas Carus' brother Christopher, the Carus arms (not, as above, minus the 10 cinquefoils, but) minus the 4 mullets on the chevron. Mr. W. Jackson notes the billette lion as sometimes lozengy.

Carus

(N. 2 altar tombs, rail). 1. Beneath lie the remains of Elizabeth widow of Roger Carus Esquire of Lunefield, born July 11, 1777, died October 2, 1855 In m. Roger Carus Esquire of Lunefield, born January 23rd 1766 died at Liverpool February 11th, 1826. His remains lie interred at Walton. 2. Beneath lie the remains of Elizabeth daughter of Roger and Elizabeth Carus born May 18, 1802; died October 17, 1855.

Carus

(N. W.) Judeth Relict of George Carus (the rest undecipherable. Mr. ]ennings). See note p.

Carus

(Middleton chapel, N. E). Hill MSS. II, 328, citing Machell, has the following note with tricks of arms :-" E .end N. aisle, Middleton quire, where are ye ruins of a fine mon : made of alabaster of a reddish brown colour, below wh. these coats of arms ; on wh.were ye effigies of Edwd. Middleton Esq. & his wife." 1 (one end) saltire engrailed (Middleton) ; II. Middleton impaling 3 combs (Tunstal) ; III. (5. side) Middleton im paling on chevron between 10 cinquefoils, 6 in chief, & 4 in base, 3 mullets (Carus) IV. Middleton impaling 3 bugle horns (Bellingham) v. (N. side) per fess ? plain & lozengy, a fess chequy (sic. ? for lozengy, a label, i.e., Fitzwilliam see note below) impaling Middleton. VI. Middleton impaling Bellingham.* * Such is Machell's and Hill's account. The old tomb, (formerly in the centre of this chapel, when it extended further into the churchyard) is now (1888) more than half destroyed. The lady's figure, cut to the waist, appears, and such of the structure as remains is run (end on) against the north wall. Canon Ware (Cumbd. & Westmd. Antiq. & Arch. Soc.Trans. pt. II, vol. I pp. 193-4) cites Whitaker as noting Middleton impaling Tunstal, and (if Mr. Bellasis understands him rightly) suggests Fitzwilliam Instead of Tunstal (i.e. lozengy and a label). Now Fitzwilliam may be intended for the strange trick above in No. v, & the Middleton coat on the sinister side of the shield may stand for Eleanor Middleton married to Fitzwilliam c. 1330., but this Tunstal on the sinister side of the shield would have to be dexter, if it is to make way for John Fitzwilliam. The known Middleton-Tunstall match is later than this tomb's probable date. Whitaker apparently only follows Machell with these 3 combs; & some such early Middleton- Tunstall match is quite as possible as the Fitzwilliam-Middleton alliance; and neither need make way for the other.

Caton

(N.E.) Sacred memory of Thomas Caton the son of James and Agnes Caton of this Town who departed this life August 31st 1840 aged 27 years. Also of Catherine Caton their daughter who departed life October 30th 1852. aged 26 years. And of the above named Agnes Caton, mother of the above Who departed this life June 13th 1855 aged 64 years. Also of Susannah Cayton (sic) who died 30th of June 1859 aged 34 years. And of James Caton Husband of the above Agnes Caton, who departed this life April 20th 1862 aged 75 years.

Caton

(N. headstone). In a. R. of Margaret, wife of William Caton, of Kirkby Lonsdale who died June 29th 1877 in the 38th years. of her age.

Caton

(N.E). In affectionate remembrance of John Towers Who died August 1st 1848 Aged 48 years. also of Cassandra Towers his wife who died January 30th, 1874 aged 77 years. And of William their Son who died February 27th 1871 aged 44 years. Also of Ann Caton their daughter Who d. October 16th 1856 aged 27 years. Also of William Caton, Husband of Ann Caton who died June 13th 1861 aged 35 years. " Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."

Chapman

(W). I.H.S. In memory of Elizabeth Chapman of Kirkby Lonsdale who died October 13th 1883 aged 75 years. Prepare to meet thy God.

Clark

(W. column.) Sacred memory of Alice Clark, aged 31 y; Agnes Walling aged 25; Bella Cornthwaite, aged 20; Hannah Armstrong aged 18; Agnes Nicholson aged 17, all of whom were hurried into eternity, in the awful destruction by fire of the Rose and Crown Hotel in this town, on the night of the 6th of December 1820. (E. side). In the midst of life we are in death. Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God. Thou turnest man to destruction and sayest, return ye children of men. Thou carriest them away as with a flood, they are as a sleep in the morning, they are like grass which groweth up. In the morning it flourisheth and groweth up, in the evening it is cut down and withereth. Erected by voluntary contributions.

Clark

(W). To the memory of John Clark of the Fleece Inn in this town who died October 2nd 1842 aged 33 years. And of Elizabeth relict of the above and wife of John Wearing who died February 16th 1850 aged 38 years. Also of Matthew infant son of John and Elizabeth Clark. Also of Annie Jenkinson, wife of the above John Wearing who died January 24th 1865 aged 56y.

Clements

(N. low altar tomb). Sacred memory of Helen Clements, widow of Henry Clements Esquire of Fort Henry In the Kingdom of Ireland died the third day of October 1818 aged 80.

Clements

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

Coates

(E. altar tomb). In remembrance of James Coates who was born 13th December 1764 and died 12 May 1851. Also of his wife Mary Coates who was born 16 March 1760 and died 28 May 1834. And of his sister Elizabeth Coates, who was born 14 April 1766 and died 10 July 1841.

Conder

(In. W. tower S. brass). In Memoriam Edward Conder of this parish born circa 1486, Buried February 8th 1542 also Edward Conder who was Buried May 4th 1590. also Edward Conder of Terry Bank Buried October 25, 1617. also Edward Conder of Terry Bank Born April 1610, Buried October 7th 1675, also Edward Conder, of Terry Bank Bank born May 1653 Buried-March 21st 1724, also Edward Conder of Terry Bank, born May May 1692, Buried July 28, 1768, also of Edward Conder of Terry Bank, Born October 1759, Buried February 3rd 1843. R.I.P.

Conder

(W. wall). In memory of Edward Conder Late of Old Town who died July 28th 1768 Aged 76 years. And of Mabel Conder his Wife who died July 21st 1824 Aged 96 years. Also of Elizabeth Conder Wife of Edward Conder of Old Town who died December 29th 1809 Aged 46 years. And of Her Husband, Son of the said Edward and Mabel Conder, who died February 3rd 1843 Aged 84 years. Likewise of Mary Conder daughter of the above named Edward and Mabel Conder who died October 10th 1848 Aged 88 years.

Conder

(W. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Edward Theobalds of Keastwick who died the 7th of October 1818 aged 85 years. At his request this monument was erected by his Executrix Mary Conder.

Cookson

(N.E). In memory of Ellen Cookson, formerly of Blackburn, who died at Kirkby Lonsdale March 8th 1867 aged 63 years. Death little warning to me gave, But quickly called me to my grave, Oh ! haste to Christ, make no delay, For no one knows their dying day.

Copley

(E. In memory of Eliza Copley died March 27th 1824 aged 26. Richard Copley died January 26th 1830 aged 64. Also Mary Copley wife of the above Richard Copley who died June 3rd 1835 aged 73 years. Also of Mary Ann Second daughter of the above Richard and Mary Copley who died October 7th 1835 aged 34 years.

Cornthwaite

(W. column.) Sacred memory of Alice Clark, aged 31 y; Agnes Walling aged 25; Bella Cornthwaite, aged 20; Hannah Armstrong aged 18; Agnes Nicholson aged 17, all of whom were hurried into eternity, in the awful destruction by fire of the Rose and Crown Hotel in this town, on the night of the 6th of December 1820. (E. side). In the midst of life we are in death. Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God. Thou turnest man to destruction and sayest, return ye children of men. Thou carriest them away as with a flood, they are as a sleep in the morning, they are like grass which groweth up. In the morning it flourisheth and groweth up, in the evening it is cut down and withereth. Erected by voluntary contributions.

Coulston

(S). In affectionate remembrance of William Coulston of this Town who died May l0th 1835 aged 69 y. also of Sarah his Wife who died January 21st 1843 aged 78 years. also of William their only son who was drowned in the River Lune whilst bathing on June 19th 1817 aged 16 years. also of Margaret theirda. who died April 9th 1868 aged 65 years.

Cowin

(N). In affectionate remembrance of Ann wife of William Cowin of Spittal who died January 17th 1878 aged 69 years. also of the above named William Cowin who died April 25th 1883 aged 74 years.

Cragg

(In. Window E). Cragg and Middleton. Arms, i gu. fess between 3 mullets in chief, and 3 cross crosslets in base ar. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. ar. saltire engrailed sa. (Middleton), 2 & 3, 41y per fess indented or & gu. on bend az. cinquefoil between 2 martlets of lst (Bindloss). ii. Hebblethwaite & Middleton ar. 2 pallets az.; on canton or, mullet sa. On inescutcheon Middleton & Bindloss 41y. iii. Moore and Cragg. Arms, or, on chevron erminois between 3 wreathed negro's heads couped ppr., pheon of the field. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. Cragg, 2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. iv. Fawcett and Hebblethwaite. Arms, ar. on bend az. 3 dolphins embowed or. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4 Hebblethwaite,2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. v. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6, Moore; 2, Cragg; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss, 5 ?–––On inescutcheon 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss; vi. Fawcett. Arms, 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss.

Cragg

(E). In memory of Edward Cragg who died at Bowness on the 11th of March 1872 aged 35 years.

Cragg

(E altar tombs, rail). 1. In memory of John Cragg ofCasterton who died 29th December I820 aged 75 years. Also of Ann his Widow who died 2nd January 1825 aged 70 years. Also of Elizabeth their daughter who died 25th August I827 aged 39 years. (2) In memory of John Cragg of Casterton who died 12th July 1836 aged 51 years. (3) In memory of Ann Cragg of Kirkby Lonsdale, daughter of the above John and Ann Cragg who died on the 11th May 1856 aged 67 years.

Cragg

(N .E). In memory of Lettice Cragg, wife of William Cragg, who died on the 24th February 1864 in the 35th years. of her age. Christ is the only true physician. Also of the above William Cragg who died August 7th 1872 aged 51 years. rifle instructor, 1st W.R.V. and formerly sergeant Major of H.M. 2nd Bt. 60th Rifles.

Cranston

(N. altar tomb). In memory of Alexander Cranston Esqre. Formerly of Belfast who d. November 25th 1830 aged 62 years.

Craston

(E). In memory of Agnes the Wife of William . Craston of this Town who died Janr. 21st 1817 aged 21 years. and .Qf MIles their Infant Son who died the same day aged 16 days. Also of Jane second .wife of the above who died February 17th 1857 aged 69 years. And of William Mason Craston, died October 26th 1824 aged 10 weeks. Agnes died October 27th 1835 aged 9 years. son and daughter of the above William and Jane; and also of Mary Mason the affectionate sister of Jane who died January 9th 1846 aged 64 years. and of WIlliam Craston who died at Standish near Wigan on the 12th November 1866 aged 80 years.

Craston

(W. cross). In memory of Peggy-wife of John Craston who entered into rest April 17th 1874 aged 82 years. also of the above named John Craston, many years. parish clerk of Kirkby Lonsdale, at rest July 1st 1878 aged 89 years. (other side). Lord I have loved the habitation of thy house, and the place where thine honour dwelleth.

Cree

(N.E. cross). Edith Mary Cree, wife of the Reverend William Cree, B. Sunday July 20, 1856, fell asleep in Jesus, Sunday September 2nd 1888.

Croft

(W). In memory of Elizabeth (wife of Ralph Croft of this town) died June 9th 1853 aged 65 years. Also of Mary Ann daughter of the above, died May 17th 1831 aged 5 years. and of Ralph Croft, husband of the above Elizabeth Croft died July 18th 1864 aged 80 years.

Croft

(N). In loving memory Henry Croft who died at Keastwick, September . 13th 1885 aged 69 y. also of Mary Ann Croft who died January 25th 1860 aged 34 years.

Croft

(S). Sacred memory of Isabella Croft who died July 6th 1833 aged 66 years. Also of William Croft husband of the above who died April 28th 1835 aged 73 years. Also children of the above (viz.) Robert, William, Ann, Isabella, William, Elizebeth, Jane & Arrabella (sic).

Croft

(S. altar tomb). Sacred memory of John Croft who departed this life March 4th 1826 aged 68 years. Also of Agnes wife of the above-named John Croft who departed this life July 6th 1838 aged 80 years. Also of Robert Croft youngest son of the above named John and Agnes Croft, who departed life August 16th 1854 aged 57 years.

Curwen

(In. S. tablet, between 2 columns). Foelici memoriæ Elizabethæ Carvs, filiae et haeredis Thomae Carvs, Nicholai Cvrwen Eqvitis Avrati vxoris, matris svæ optime meritæ maerens filia Maria Hence. Widrington nvpta hoc saxum posvit. Hie reqviescit ab ano Dni. 1611 aetatis svae 51, donec postrema Ivx refvlgeat. Arms. ("These arms over the mon. to Eliz. Carus in K. L. ch. If ye 3d is C. it is not the arms generally given. to them " see infra. Hill Memory of SS. II. 328 citing Machell " 41y, 1 & 4. fret & chief (for Curwen, i.e. ar. fretty gu. chief az.); 2 & 3 az. lion rampant ar. gutté de sang (? shd. be billetté as per Coll. Arms, E. died N. Grafton's Lanc. 2nd cat. 83) impaling 41y 1 (? & 4, a blank) az. on chevron ar. 3 mullets gu. (for Carus, the 10 cinquefoils ar 6 in chief, and 4 in base omitted)† 2. ar. 3 bars gu. canton of last (for Preston, i.e. 2 bars and on on canton a cinquefoil or); 3 ar, ram sa. horned or, on chief of 2nd (3) garbs of 3rd. † See Flower's Lancashire Visitation CoIl. Arms died 3 p. 47; I. C. B. 2. 2nd cal. 3, i.e. copy of St. George's 1613 Westmorland Visitation & C. 37. 100 b. Dugdale's 1664 Lanc. Visit. for Carus arms and pedigrees. The latter gives the above Curwen-Carus match, and notes to the line of Thomas Carus' brother Christopher, the Carus arms (not, as above, minus the 10 cinquefoils, but) minus the 4 mullets on the chevron. Mr. W. Jackson notes the billette lion as sometimes lozengy.

Davis

(W. 2 stones, stone edging). 1. In memory of Henry Turner Davis who died January 5th 1824 aged 18 weeks. And of Martha Davis who died October 18th 1829 aged 25 years. the son and wife of Robert Davis of this town. Also of the above Robert Davis, who died November . 3rd 1833 aged 34 years. Also of Ann daughter of the above Robert and Martha Davis who died May 30th 1835 aged 6 years. And of Elizabeth second wife of the above Robert Davis who died November 20th 1845 aged 49 years. 2. In memory of William Davidson of Bentham who died October 13th 1784. Interred at Bentham. And of Jane Thirnbeck his wife, she died March 17th 1829 aged 85 years. Also of Henry Davis their son who died October 13th 1852 aged 84 years. And of Ann Davis wife of the said Henry Davis, she died November 18th 1838 aged 76 years. Also of Elizabeth wife of John Davis who died January 6th 1863 aged 86 years. Also of John Davis, born Decbr. 27th 1794, died 17th April 1875.

Davis

(N. altar tomb). To the memory of Mary Davis who died January 20th 1836 aged 53 years. this stone was erected by Her affectionate Friend John Bainbridge. Also of Jane Garnett, niece of the above, who died May 29th 1862 aged 27 years.

Dawson

(N .E.) In memory of George Dawson of this town who died May 24th 1865 aged 55 years. also of Mary Ann Elizabeth who died November 7th 1853 aged 5 years. George John who died January 28th 1861 aged 25 years. Jane who died February 12th 1865 aged 33 y., children of George and Mary Ann Dawson.

Dawson

(E). Sacred memory of the late Joseph Dawson of Burton in Lonsdale who died June 27th 1866 aged 73 years. Also of Margaret Dawson his Widow who died April 6th 1872 aged 71 years.

Dawson

(N. rail). Sacred memory of William Dawson who died March 13th 1851 aged 78 years. also his daughter Elizabeth Coates Dawson who departed this life March 12th 1829 in the 16th years. of his age. Belov'd and dutifull, generous and kind A gem, a genius, to virtue inclin'd, The dove is an emblem of her peaceful mind. and of his widow Sarah Dawson who. departed this life February 18th 1852 aged 78 years.

Dean

(N. stone edging). Sacred memory of John Dean who died January 21st 1873 aged 57 years. Also Agnes daughter of the above who died December 23rd 1843 aged 1 years. and 9 m. Also Ellen wife of the above who died March 2nd 1886 aged 69 years.

Dent

(E). Here lyeth the body of John Dent the younger son of Thomas Dent of Bank house in Barbon who dyed the 24th Day of May in the 15th years. of his age in 1709. (and brass, illegible).

Dent

(N). In memory of Robert Dent, late of Holm, who died March 30th 1843 aged 73 years.

Dixon

(W). Here lies the Body of James Dixon son of Miles Dixon of this Town who died the 16th day of July 1817 aged 26 years. Also Joseph Dixon who died January 9th 1823 aged 27 years. Also of Margaret Dixon their mother who died May 17th 1824 aged 68 years.

Dixon

(N). In memory of James Dixon, builder of this town who died May 13, 1839 aged 60 y. also Jane relict of the above who died August 20th 1845 aged 36 years. and of Ann and Thomas their infant children, also of Leonard Dixon who died January 13th l867 aged 34 years. and Eleanor his wife who died June 25th 1867 aged 39 years.

Dixon

(N.E). Sacred memory of Isabel Spencer, daughter of John and Annie Spencer died March 2nd 1857 aged I years. and 7 m. also of Joseph Dixon of Kirkby Lonsdale who died 13th June 1869 aged 78 years. Also of Isabella Dixon his wife who died February 6th 1865 aged 68 years.

Dobson

(E). In memory of Ann wife of John Dobson who died at Ridding, Bentham, on the 7th of August 1864 aged 52 years. Also Dorothy wife of Robert Bindloss daughter of the above who died at Ridding, Bentham, on the 11th of September 1867 aged 27 years.

Dobson

(E. altar tomb). In memory of Elizabeth Dobson who died Augt. 1st 1798 aged 6 years. And of William Dobson who died May 25th 1807 aged 85 years. And of Mary Dobson who d. February 12th 1819 aged 64 years. The daughter Father and much-lamented Wife of the Rev. John Dobson. Also of the Reverend John Dobson who was upwards of Forty seven years. Master of the Free Grammar School in this Town. He died April 30th 1842 aged 78 years. And the Reverend W. S. Dobson Memory of A. his eldest son who died January 23rd 1837 aged 44 years.

Dodd

(N. flat). Dodd.

Dodd

(N. altar tomb). In memory of Joseph Dodd who died December 2nd 1824 aged 74. Sarah Dodd his sister died January 16th 1833 aged 77. Agnes Dodd died September 19th 1837 aged 52. Adam Dodd died September 5th 1838 aged 53. Adam Dodd junr. d. April 23rd 1839 aged 25. Mary Dodd his wife died April 16th 1866 aged 51.

Dodgson

(W. altar tomb). Here lieth the Body of John Dodgson of Kirkby Lonsdale who departed this life the 11th day of April Aged. . . years. 1763. Also Thomas his son son who died in the years. 17- Aged 80 years.

Dowker

(S. altar tomb) In memory of Anne wife of John Dowker of Thompson Fold in Lupton who departed this life the 28th day of August 1823 aged 27 years. (Reg 28 y).

Fawcett

(In. Window E). Cragg and Middleton. Arms, i gu. fess between 3 mullets in chief, and 3 cross crosslets in base ar. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. ar. saltire engrailed sa. (Middleton), 2 & 3, 41y per fess indented or & gu. on bend az. cinquefoil between 2 martlets of lst (Bindloss). ii. Hebblethwaite & Middleton ar. 2 pallets az.; on canton or, mullet sa. On inescutcheon Middleton & Bindloss 41y. iii. Moore and Cragg. Arms, or, on chevron erminois between 3 wreathed negro's heads couped ppr., pheon of the field. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. Cragg, 2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. iv. Fawcett and Hebblethwaite. Arms, ar. on bend az. 3 dolphins embowed or. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4 Hebblethwaite,2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. v. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6, Moore; 2, Cragg; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss, 5 ?–––On inescutcheon 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss; vi. Fawcett. Arms, 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss.

Fawcett

(N.E). In affectionate remembrance of Ellen Fawcett, wife of John Fawcett of this town who died August 9th 1873 aged 66 years. also of the above named John Fawcett who died on the 14th day of January 1876 aged 75 years.

Fawcett

(N.E). In memory of the late Susan Fawcett of Kirkby Lonsdale who departed this life August 3rd 1862 aged 72 years.

Fawcett

(E. runic cross). In affectionate remembrance of Alice Procter the beloved wife of William Kenyon died August 10th 1878 aged 23 years. Also James Anthony, son of the above, d. March 11th 1879 aged 18 m. Also of the above named William Kenyon who died March 24th 1881 aged 33 years. Also of James Fawcett of Kirkby Lonsdale who died February . 17th 1867 aged 34 years. Also of Thomas Anthony eldest son of James and Mary Fawcett who died April 9th 1876 aged 18 years.

Fenwick

(W. altar tomb). In memory of Nicholas Fenwick of Kirkby Lonsdale who died July 23rd 1801 aged 69 years.

Fleming

(N. stone edging). In loving memory Adam Fleming who died Oct. 16th 1879 aged 24 years. also of Jane his sister who died November 20th 1857 aged 15 days.

Fleming

(N .E). In affectionate remembrance of Hannah, wife of Thomas Fleming of this town, who died October l0th 1865 aged 60 years. also of the above Thomas Fleming who died November 23rd 1869 aged 55 years.

Foster

(N. altar tomb). To the memory of Arthur Foster, printer, bookseller, and publisher and for nearly twenty years. postmaster of this town who died November 29, 1844 aged 76 years. And of Susannah his wife who died January 21, 1844 aged 80 years. Also of Edward Wilson, formerly of Kendal who died February 9, 1837 aged 70 years. And of John Foster (son of the above-named Arthur Foster) printer, bookseller and publisher who was thirteen years. clerk to the magistrates and six years. postmaster of this town and died on the 4th of February 1851 aged 51 years. and also of Margaret Foster, relict of the late John Foster of Kirk by Lonsdale who died on Wednesday November 2, 1853 aged 49 years.

Foster

(W. altar tomb). To the memory of Mary wife of Arthur Foster of this Town Bookseller who died August 9, 1806 aged 36, and of Ann their infant daughter Also of Hannah Foster who died September 20, 1821 aged 84, Ann Robinson who died December 16, 1818 aged 83 years. and Edward Arthur Foster who died January 18, 1829 aged 23 m., The Mother, Aunt and Grandson of the said Arthur Foster.

Foxcroft

(S. Flat stone, N. of Battersby altar tomb).1 In Memory of Simon Battersby of Biggins only son of Simon Battersby of South House, Horton, Ribblesdale Gentn. B. 1660 died March 25th 1730. Dorothy Lightbourne his wife born June 2nd, 1659 died May 29th 1717. Jane Foxcroft wife of John Foxcroft of Holm House, Whittington Gent. and only sister of Simon Battersby Janry. 24th 1635 d. (blank). Edward Battersby son of Simon Battersby born May 2nd 1685 died April 15th 1750. Margaret Ward his wife born Decbr. 18th 1693 died Decbr. 31st 1770.

Garlick

(S). Here lieth the Body of James Garlick who died January the 12th 1796 aged 32 years. In Respect to his Goodness his Widow erected this Stone.

Garnett

(N. altar tomb). To the memory of Mary Davis who died January 20th 1836 aged 53 years. this stone was erected by Her affectionate Friend John Bainbridge. Also of Jane Garnett, niece of the above, who died May 29th 1862 aged 27 years.

Garnett

(N). In grateful R. of departed Worth As a Wife a Mother and Friend, Elizabeth Garnett Wife of Stephen Garnett, Grocer of this Town, died August 17th 1821 Aged 67 years. also, much lamented, Stephen Garnett, Her Husband, Aged 72 Who departed this life July 17th, 1840, also of John Garnett, Son of the above who died l. March 23rd 1861 Aged 71 years. and of their daughter Ann Bryant who departed this life November . 19th 1861 Aged 65 years.

Garnett

(E). In memory of John Garnett of Bank house in Barbon who died February 21st 1812 aged 76 years. Also of Elizabeth his Wife who died May 15th 1807 aged 76 years.

Garnett

(W). In memory of John Bindloss Garnett of Low Biggins who died Decbr. 27th. 1876 aged 76 years. Also of William Garnett, eldest son of the above who died Decbr. 19th 1874 aged 48 years. interred at Liverpool. Also Elizabeth Widow of the above J. B. Garnett who died February . 10th 1887 aged 80 years.

Garnett

(N. 2 altar tombs, rail) 1. Sacred memory of of Mary Ann, daughter of the Reverend John and Elizabeth Garnett, Firbank, who died July 12,1825 aged 11 years. Also of Eliza Margaret Bradwell, their daughter who died at Richmond, Yorkshire February 23,1826 aged 18 years. Also of Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Clarkson Garnett who died March 4th 1887 aged 72 years. 2. Sacred memory of the Reverend . John Garnett of Firbank who died July 23rd 1843 aged 71 years. Also of Elizabeth his wife who died May 18th, 1852 aged 72 years. Also of Alicia Clarkson, daughter of the above and wife of Daniel Lynch of Man- chester, who died March 4th 1866 aged 53 years.

Garnett

(N). In remembrance of Thomas Garnett late of Kirkby Lonsdale who died on the 29th of December 1869 aged 76 years. Also of Jane Garnett (late of the same place) who d. on the 9th of January 1870 aged 81 years.

Garthwait

(In. inside of a door in vestry, brass). Margaretæ Vxori B. Memory of Ric. Garthwait A.M. Clericus Lib. Scholæ Gratis de Kirby Lonsdale pedagog. (?) hoc Subsellium posuit; et post ejus obitum Vxorib (?) Magistrorum dictæ Sch : in perpetuum. died D. Anno Dm. 1666. (Mr. Cree).

Gathorne

(In. S). Sacred memory of Elizabeth Gathorne who died July the 4th, 1831 in the 86th y. of her age in May 1786, she was left a widow by the late Richard Gathorne of Kirkby Lonsdale Esqre. with three infant children John, Isabel, and Eliza. Eliza m. John Moore of Grimeshill Esqre. and died September the 23rd 1812, leaving a son and a daughter John, who was in holy Orders, died March the l0th 1831 leaving three daus. and two sons by his late wife Jane the daughter of the Reverend . R. Housman of Lancaster. Isabel who m. John Hardy Esqre. Recorder of Leeds by whom she has three sons and eight daus. now living, has, this 26th day of January 1832, caused this tablet to be erected as a frail memorial of her filial affection and of the veneration in which she holds the memory of a beloved mother, who, while fulfilling relative duty with Christian meekness and fidelity, counted all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus her Lord.

Gathorne

(S. 2 altar tombs, one without inscription, rail). In a Vault below lie the remains of Isabel Gathorne Widow of the late Reverend . Miles Gathorne of Overton in Lancashire She died November . 30th 1764 aged 69 years. Also of John Gathorne late of London, Merchant, Son of the said Miles and Isabel Gathorne, He died August 4th 1774 aged 48 years. Also of Richard Gathorne, late of Kirkby Lonsdale, Esquire, only Brother of the said John Gathorne, He died May 16th 1786 Aged 56 years. Also of The Reverend John Gathorne only Son of the said Richard and Elizabeth his Wife, He died March l0th 1831 on his 51st Birthday. Also of the said Elizabeth Gathorne who died July 4th 1831 in the 86th years. of her age.

Gibson

(N. low altar tomb). In memory of Elizabeth wife of James Gibson of Kirkby Lonsdale da. of William and Agnes Read who died July 12th 1864 aged 65 years. also of the above named James Gibson who died March 9th, 1879 aged 80 years.

Gibson

(S. wall, rail). 1. Sacred memory of Joseph Gibson, Whelprigg, who died March 12th 1718. Also of his son Joseph Gibson, Whelprigg, who departed this life January 14th 1755 in the 79th years. of his age. Also of the three Sons of the last mentioned Joseph Gibson, namely, James Gibson, Fell-gate, who died January 21st 1768 aged 46 years. Jonathan Gibson, Kirkby Lonsdale, who died January 18th 1797 aged 71 years. A.nd Joseph Gibson, Whelprigg, who died July 17th 1798 aged 80 years. Also of Eleanor Gibson daughter of James and Mary Gibson who died November 23d 1794 aged 40y. 2. Sacred memory of Mary Gibson, widow of James Gibson who died February 11th 1814 aged 87 years. Also of Joseph Gibson, Son of Jonathan and Eleanor Gibson, Galgate, who died February 17th 1830 aged 25 years. And of Joseph Gibson, Whelprigg, Son of James and Mary Gibson who died June 19th 1833 in the 83rd years. of his age. Also of Joseph Gibson, Whelprigg, Son of William and Margaret Gibson who died October 6th 1868 in the 64th years. of his age. 3. To the memory of Margaret Wife of William Gibson of Beck-head who died on the l0th day of Augt. 1808 aged 44. She endured with Christian Resignation severe and protracted bodily afflictions and met the approach of Death with humble Confidence. Also of Mary Gibson their daughter who died on the 29th day of November . 1809 aged 20, cut off in her Bloom, full of Promise. William Gibson, son of James and Mary Gibson died March 13th 1843 aged 81 years. Margaret Gibson, daughter of William and Margaret Gibson died February 22nd 1850 aged 57 years. Requiescat in pace. (3 stones).

Gibson

(W. wall). Near this Stone lie the Remains of Mary Wife of Rowland Gibson of this Town who departed this life the 15th of Janry. 1763 Aged 53. Also the Remains of Rowland Gibson of Kirkby Lonsdale. He departed this life November (I) 2, 1785 Aged 86 years. Also the Remains of Mary Gibson, daughter of Rowd. & Mary Gibson who departed this life February 16th 1785 Aged 45 years.

Gill

(N. stone edging). I.H.S. Here resteth the body of Jonas Gill 25 years. schoolmaster in this parish, born 5th February 1829, died 7th July 1880, also here resteth the body of Thomas, son of Jonas and Mary Gill, born 12th March 1870, died 15th March 1875.

Godsall

(E). Here lyeth Interr'd The Body of Mr. Rowland Godsall of Kirby Lonsdale who departed this life on the 30 thof June Ætatis suæ 78 (or 76 ?) Anno Domini 172-.

Grisdale

(W). In memory of Margaret Beaumont who departed this life April 16th 1849 aged 18 years. Thy precepts, Lord, we cannot see, But all is well that's done by thee. Also of Jane Beaumont who died July 21st 1840 aged 16 years. And of Mary Ann Beaumont who died October 19th 1844 aged 10 years. Likewise of Dorothy the beloved wife of George Grisdale of Lancaster and sister to the above who died April 5th 1863 aged 29 years. "Her end was peace."

Hall

(S. wall). Sacred memory of Mr. James Roper of this town who died . on the 4th of June 1817 aged 47. Also of Hannah eldest daughter of John and Isabella Hall and widow of James Roper who died the 22nd day of May 1830 aged 56 And of John Roper their Son who died the 26th day of May 1844 aged 44. Also of Isabella their da. and wife of Richard Roper of Leyfield who died the 11th day of June 1866 aged 63 years.

Hardy

(In. S). Sacred memory of Elizabeth Gathorne who died July the 4th, 1831 in the 86th y. of her age in May 1786, she was left a widow by the late Richard Gathorne of Kirkby Lonsdale Esqre. with three infant children John, Isabel, and Eliza. Eliza m. John Moore of Grimeshill Esqre. and died September the 23rd 1812, leaving a son and a daughter John, who was in holy Orders, died March the l0th 1831 leaving three daus. and two sons by his late wife Jane the daughter of the Reverend . R. Housman of Lancaster. Isabel who m. John Hardy Esqre. Recorder of Leeds by whom she has three sons and eight daus. now living, has, this 26th day of January 1832, caused this tablet to be erected as a frail memorial of her filial affection and of the veneration in which she holds the memory of a beloved mother, who, while fulfilling relative duty with Christian meekness and fidelity, counted all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus her Lord.

Head

(S. flat freestone flag, broken in middle.) Here lieth the Body of Richard Bayliffe, late of Kirkby Lonsdale who departed this life the 16th November 1764 aged 46. Here also Lieth the Body of- E . . . . daughter of Richard Bayliffe who D. L. . . . . . . Near this place is interred Jane Bayliffe, Widow of the above named Richard Bayliffe and daughter of John Head, Esq. who died 7th February 1772 aged 66.

Hebblethwaite

(In. Window E). Cragg and Middleton. Arms, i gu. fess between 3 mullets in chief, and 3 cross crosslets in base ar. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. ar. saltire engrailed sa. (Middleton), 2 & 3, 41y per fess indented or & gu. on bend az. cinquefoil between 2 martlets of lst (Bindloss). ii. Hebblethwaite & Middleton ar. 2 pallets az.; on canton or, mullet sa. On inescutcheon Middleton & Bindloss 41y. iii. Moore and Cragg. Arms, or, on chevron erminois between 3 wreathed negro's heads couped ppr., pheon of the field. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. Cragg, 2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. iv. Fawcett and Hebblethwaite. Arms, ar. on bend az. 3 dolphins embowed or. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4 Hebblethwaite,2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. v. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6, Moore; 2, Cragg; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss, 5 ?–––On inescutcheon 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss; vi. Fawcett. Arms, 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss.

Herd

(W. altar tomb). Near this Stone are Interred the Remains of Leonard Weatherhead who died at Keastwick March the 21St 1774 Aged 50 years. Also of Alice his Wife who departed this life March the 26th 1802 Aged 87 years. Once did I bow as thou dost now; And view'd the dead as thou dost me In time thou'lt be as low as I, And some will stand and gaze on thee ! Also the Remains of James Herd who departed this life October the 5th 1806 Aged 81 years. Remember, Man, as thou walk'st by As thou art now, so once was I, As I am now, so must thou be, Prepare for Death; and follow me !

Hicks

(W). In affectionate remembrance of John Metcalfe of this town who died on the 17th of May 1870 aged 71 years. much respected. He being dead yet speaketh. This stone was erected by his niece Jane Hicks and her family.

Holmes

(E). Sacred memory of Margaret Bailiff of Beck foot who departed this life the 26th Day January 1819 aged 76 years. Hear (sic) Also lies (sic) the Remains of Thomas Holmes of Beck foot who departed life the 2 March 1819 Aged 84 years. Reader who gaiseth (sic) on this Letred (sic) Stone, on this important truth thou mayest rely, To this doth Death and judgment may be nigh, O Let this Solomn (sic) Thoughts who evr,(sic) thou art find place within and Regulate thy hart. (sic) Kirkby Lonsdale. 79

Holmes

(E). Sacred memory of William Richardson of Beck Foot, Barbon, who departed this life February 7th 1848 aged 63 years. Go hence, dear wife, and do not troubled be, Since Death has parted you and me. Grieve not for me, nor trouble take, But love my Friends for my sake. Also of Elizabeth Richardson, widow of the above who departed this life March 10th 1857 aged 79 years. Likewise Alice Holmes of Beck Foot who departed this life March 29th 1860 Aged 83 years.

Housman

(In. S). Sacred memory of Elizabeth Gathorne who died July the 4th, 1831 in the 86th y. of her age in May 1786, she was left a widow by the late Richard Gathorne of Kirkby Lonsdale Esqre. with three infant children John, Isabel, and Eliza. Eliza m. John Moore of Grimeshill Esqre. and died September the 23rd 1812, leaving a son and a daughter John, who was in holy Orders, died March the l0th 1831 leaving three daus. and two sons by his late wife Jane the daughter of the Reverend . R. Housman of Lancaster. Isabel who m. John Hardy Esqre. Recorder of Leeds by whom she has three sons and eight daus. now living, has, this 26th day of January 1832, caused this tablet to be erected as a frail memorial of her filial affection and of the veneration in which she holds the memory of a beloved mother, who, while fulfilling relative duty with Christian meekness and fidelity, counted all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus her Lord.

Huck

(N.E). Sacred memory of Fanny the beloved wife of John Bland of Settle and eldest da. of the late William and Jane-Huck of Beck Foot who departed this life June 11th 1851 aged 60 years. She died in faith and in the glorious prospect of everlasting life. Also of Edward Bland their son, who died September . 29th 1851 aged 21 years.

Jenkinson

(W). To the memory of John Clark of the Fleece Inn in this town who died October 2nd 1842 aged 33 years. And of Elizabeth relict of the above and wife of John Wearing who died February 16th 1850 aged 38 years. Also of Matthew infant son of John and Elizabeth Clark. Also of Annie Jenkinson, wife of the above John Wearing who died January 24th 1865 aged 56y.

Kenyon

(E. runic cross). In affectionate remembrance of Alice Procter the beloved wife of William Kenyon died August 10th 1878 aged 23 years. Also James Anthony, son of the above, d. March 11th 1879 aged 18 m. Also of the above named William Kenyon who died March 24th 1881 aged 33 years. Also of James Fawcett of Kirkby Lonsdale who died February . 17th 1867 aged 34 years. Also of Thomas Anthony eldest son of James and Mary Fawcett who died April 9th 1876 aged 18 years.

Lightbourne

(S. Flat stone, N. of Battersby altar tomb).1 In Memory of Simon Battersby of Biggins only son of Simon Battersby of South House, Horton, Ribblesdale Gentn. B. 1660 died March 25th 1730. Dorothy Lightbourne his wife born June 2nd, 1659 died May 29th 1717. Jane Foxcroft wife of John Foxcroft of Holm House, Whittington Gent. and only sister of Simon Battersby Janry. 24th 1635 d. (blank). Edward Battersby son of Simon Battersby born May 2nd 1685 died April 15th 1750. Margaret Ward his wife born Decbr. 18th 1693 died Decbr. 31st 1770.

Lightbourne

(S) . In memory of Robert Lightbourne of Biggins who died Oct. 1591. Robt. Lightbourne son of the above died 1622. Edwd. Lightbourne son of Robt. died February 20th 1688. Isabell wife of Edwd. Lightbourne and Dautr. of George Bigland of Bigland Hall, Cartmel died June 9th 1700.

Lucas

(S. altar tomb). To the memory of Margaret the wife of Mr. Leonard Willan who departed life on the l0th of February 1821 in the 72nd years. of her age. Also of Mr. Leonard Willan who departed this life the 21st July 1821 in the 70th years. of his age. Also of James Willan son of the above who departed this life October 23rd 1851 aged 69 years. And of Eleanor Lucas Willan, Granda. of the above Leonard and Margaret Willan who departed life July l3th 1853 aged 33 years. Also of John Willan, Surgeon, Grandson of the above Leonard and Margaret Willan, who departed this life February 23rd 1854 aged 28 y.

Lupton

(E). I.H.S. In memory of Agnes wife of Richard Lupton of this town who died August 10th 1865 aged 41 years. Also of the above named Richard Lupton who died August 1873 aged 59 years.

Lynch

(N. 2 altar tombs, rail) 1. Sacred memory of of Mary Ann, daughter of the Reverend John and Elizabeth Garnett, Firbank, who died July 12,1825 aged 11 years. Also of Eliza Margaret Bradwell, their daughter who died at Richmond, Yorkshire February 23,1826 aged 18 years. Also of Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Clarkson Garnett who died March 4th 1887 aged 72 years. 2. Sacred memory of the Reverend . John Garnett of Firbank who died July 23rd 1843 aged 71 years. Also of Elizabeth his wife who died May 18th, 1852 aged 72 years. Also of Alicia Clarkson, daughter of the above and wife of Daniel Lynch of Man- chester, who died March 4th 1866 aged 53 years.

Marginson

(N .E). Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord. Here lie the remains of Jane Marginson who departed this life the 20th Day of April 1817 aged 12 years. also of Betty Marginson her sister who departed this life the 11th day of January 1845 aged 50 years. Also of Jane Marginson, mother of the above who departed this life the 7th day of July 1850 aged 77 years. “ She died in peace.” And also of Thomas Marginson her son who departed life at Tun- stal May 27th, 1864 aged 62 years.

Marsden

(W). Sacred memory of Eleanor Marsden the beloved wife of Charles Marsden of this Town who died March 13th 1860 aged 60 years. Also of Elizabeth daughter of the above, d. August 29th 1842 aged 16 years. Also John son of the above died October 17th 1842 aged 3 years. And of Eleanor daughter of the above died January 31st 1847 aged 18 y. Also of Charles Marsden who died April 23rd 1879 at 79 Eccles New Road Salford aged 82 years.

Mason

(E). In memory of Agnes the Wife of William . Craston of this Town who died Janr. 21st 1817 aged 21 years. and .Qf MIles their Infant Son who died the same day aged 16 days. Also of Jane second .wife of the above who died February 17th 1857 aged 69 years. And of William Mason Craston, died October 26th 1824 aged 10 weeks. Agnes died October 27th 1835 aged 9 years. son and daughter of the above William and Jane; and also of Mary Mason the affectionate sister of Jane who died January 9th 1846 aged 64 years. and of WIlliam Craston who died at Standish near Wigan on the 12th November 1866 aged 80 years.

Mason

(W). Sacred memory of Hannah Mason who died August 4th 1850 aged 36 years. also her infant child. Life is uncertain, Death is sure, Sin is the wound, Christ the cure. also James Mason who died July 5th 1886 aged 68 years.

Metcalfe

(W). In affectionate remembrance of John Metcalfe of this town who died on the 17th of May 1870 aged 71 years. much respected. He being dead yet speaketh. This stone was erected by his niece Jane Hicks and her family.

Metcalfe

(W). In memory of Mary Metcalfe the wife of Anthony Metcalfe who departed this life the 13th day of November 1856 aged 62 years. Also of Alice Metcalfe their daughter who died the 15th day of January 1857 aged 29 years. and of Anthony Metcalfe who died 2nd December 1868 aged 73Y.

Middleton

(In. Window E). Cragg and Middleton. Arms, i gu. fess between 3 mullets in chief, and 3 cross crosslets in base ar. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. ar. saltire engrailed sa. (Middleton), 2 & 3, 41y per fess indented or & gu. on bend az. cinquefoil between 2 martlets of lst (Bindloss). ii. Hebblethwaite & Middleton ar. 2 pallets az.; on canton or, mullet sa. On inescutcheon Middleton & Bindloss 41y. iii. Moore and Cragg. Arms, or, on chevron erminois between 3 wreathed negro's heads couped ppr., pheon of the field. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. Cragg, 2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. iv. Fawcett and Hebblethwaite. Arms, ar. on bend az. 3 dolphins embowed or. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4 Hebblethwaite,2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. v. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6, Moore; 2, Cragg; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss, 5 ?–––On inescutcheon 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss; vi. Fawcett. Arms, 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss.

Middleton

(Middleton chapel, N. E). Hill MSS. II, 328, citing Machell, has the following note with tricks of arms :-" E .end N. aisle, Middleton quire, where are ye ruins of a fine mon : made of alabaster of a reddish brown colour, below wh. these coats of arms ; on wh.were ye effigies of Edwd. Middleton Esq. & his wife." 1 (one end) saltire engrailed (Middleton) ; II. Middleton impaling 3 combs (Tunstal) ; III. (5. side) Middleton im paling on chevron between 10 cinquefoils, 6 in chief, & 4 in base, 3 mullets (Carus) IV. Middleton impaling 3 bugle horns (Bellingham) v. (N. side) per fess ? plain & lozengy, a fess chequy (sic. ? for lozengy, a label, i.e., Fitzwilliam see note below) impaling Middleton. VI. Middleton impaling Bellingham.* * Such is Machell's and Hill's account. The old tomb, (formerly in the centre of this chapel, when it extended further into the churchyard) is now (1888) more than half destroyed. The lady's figure, cut to the waist, appears, and such of the structure as remains is run (end on) against the north wall. Canon Ware (Cumbd. & Westmd. Antiq. & Arch. Soc.Trans. pt. II, vol. I pp. 193-4) cites Whitaker as noting Middleton impaling Tunstal, and (if Mr. Bellasis understands him rightly) suggests Fitzwilliam Instead of Tunstal (i.e. lozengy and a label). Now Fitzwilliam may be intended for the strange trick above in No. v, & the Middleton coat on the sinister side of the shield may stand for Eleanor Middleton married to Fitzwilliam c. 1330., but this Tunstal on the sinister side of the shield would have to be dexter, if it is to make way for John Fitzwilliam. The known Middleton-Tunstall match is later than this tomb's probable date. Whitaker apparently only follows Machell with these 3 combs; & some such early Middleton- Tunstall match is quite as possible as the Fitzwilliam-Middleton alliance; and neither need make way for the other.

Milward

(E). Here lyeth . . . the . . . Godson . . . Rowland . . . of Kirkby (Lonsdale) who departed this life Ano D (1711) ye (7)3 (of) his age. Here lies the Body of Henry Milward son of the Reverend . Jos. Milward Memory of A. Rector of Milton in this county who (to the in) expressible grief of an Affectionate mother, fell a victim to a fever November 16, 1787 Aged 9 years. (Henry son of Mrs. Mary Millward of Parton nr. Whitehaven, widow, 16 November 1787, par. reg. Partly Mr. Jennings’ version).

Mitchell

(N.E). In affectionate remembrance of John Mitchell of Kirk by Lonsdale who departed this life July 24th 1873 in his 63rd years. Also of Thomas his son who departed this life October 19th 1873 in his 28th years. Also of Eliza, widow of the above named John Mitchell who departed this life July 13th 1874 in her 59th years. " Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."

Moor

(In. S). Here are deposited The Remains of Roger Moor, Late of Millbrow Esq. Who departed this life The 11th Day of March 1732 aged 56 years. His Relict not insensible of those Virtues and Accomplishments Which adorned his Character when living raised this Monument of Gratitude To his Memory the 20th day of December 1757.

Moore

(In. Window E). Cragg and Middleton. Arms, i gu. fess between 3 mullets in chief, and 3 cross crosslets in base ar. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. ar. saltire engrailed sa. (Middleton), 2 & 3, 41y per fess indented or & gu. on bend az. cinquefoil between 2 martlets of lst (Bindloss). ii. Hebblethwaite & Middleton ar. 2 pallets az.; on canton or, mullet sa. On inescutcheon Middleton & Bindloss 41y. iii. Moore and Cragg. Arms, or, on chevron erminois between 3 wreathed negro's heads couped ppr., pheon of the field. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4. Cragg, 2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. iv. Fawcett and Hebblethwaite. Arms, ar. on bend az. 3 dolphins embowed or. On inescutcheon 41y. 1 & 4 Hebblethwaite,2 Middleton, 3 Bindloss. v. 41y. of 6, 1 & 6, Moore; 2, Cragg; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss, 5 ?–––On inescutcheon 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss; vi. Fawcett. Arms, 41y. 1, Fawcett; 2, Hebblethwaite; 3, Middleton; 4, Bindloss.

Moore

(In. S). Sacred memory of Elizabeth Gathorne who died July the 4th, 1831 in the 86th y. of her age in May 1786, she was left a widow by the late Richard Gathorne of Kirkby Lonsdale Esqre. with three infant children John, Isabel, and Eliza. Eliza m. John Moore of Grimeshill Esqre. and died September the 23rd 1812, leaving a son and a daughter John, who was in holy Orders, died March the l0th 1831 leaving three daus. and two sons by his late wife Jane the daughter of the Reverend . R. Housman of Lancaster. Isabel who m. John Hardy Esqre. Recorder of Leeds by whom she has three sons and eight daus. now living, has, this 26th day of January 1832, caused this tablet to be erected as a frail memorial of her filial affection and of the veneration in which she holds the memory of a beloved mother, who, while fulfilling relative duty with Christian meekness and fidelity, counted all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus her Lord.

Moore

(N. W). Thomas Moore, born at Bolton-le-Moors August 12th 1818, died at Milnthorpe October 10th 1863. I.H.S.

Moore

(E. wall). Near hereto lies the body of Mr. Samuel Wallis Son of Mr. Samuel Wallis of Scruton in the County of York. he was an officer in the excise many years. which trust he discharged with great credit. he m. Mrs. Agnes Moore daughter of Mr. William Moore of Barwens in this Parish. He died January the 24th 1768 aged 69 years.

Moorhouse

(N.E). In remembrance of the late Mary Elizabeth, younger daughter of Jeffry and Mary Moorhouse of this town who died February 6th 1864 in the 15th years. of her age, and of the above named Mary who died February 15th 1869 aged 50 years.

Morphet

(N.E. altar tomb, rail). John Morphet sen. died at Kirkby Lonsdale October 21, 1851 in his 100th years. John Morphet jun. accidentally lost his life, April 27, 1851 aged 60 years. and Mary Morphet his relect (sic) died at Kirkby Lonsdale February 7, 1860 aged 73 years. - grandfather, father and mother of Robert Morphet; printer and publisher of this town, also the above Robert Morphet who departed this life on the 22nd of December . 1870 aged 47 years.

Newbold

(N). In affectionate remembrance of Jane, wife of. Thomas Newbo1d (of Kirkby Lonsdale) who died October 11th 1868 aged 21 years. Also of Henry Newbo1d, who died July 23rd 1867 aged 14 years. And of Nathan Newbo1d, Father of the above who died June 23rd 1871 aged 64 years.

Newby

(S. altar tomb). Here lies the Body of Thomas New by late Apothecary in this Town who died L. the 2nd of June 1775 in the 49th years. of his age.

North

(In. N). In memory of William Tomlinson of Broom Field, Arkholme, eldest son of John Tomlinson of Haslack, Beetham, Gentn. who died February 1st 1756 aged 75 y. Elizabeth North his Wife died April 27th 1713 aged 29. Lettice Wilson* his second Wife died March 18th 1769, aged 77. Thomas Tomlinson of Biggins, eldest son of William and Lettice Tomlinson died January 1st 1811 aged 84. Ann Battersby his Wife died March 7th 1803 aged 68. William Tomlinson of Albin Bank, Preston, eldest son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died April 24th 1827 aged 63. Elizabeth Watson his Wife died May 11th 1820 aged 65. Edward Tomlinson of Biggins, second son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died May 11th 1842 aged 73. Elizabeth Rawlinson his Wife died October 12th 1848 aged 75. Edward Rawlinson brother of Elizabeth Tomlinson died February 16th 1840 aged 71. Edward Tomlinson third son of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died April 15th 1827 aged 23. Isabella Tomlinson youngest daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died October 8th 1832 aged 21. Also in m. Thomas Tomlinson who died October 3rd 1854 aged 58, Anthony Battersby Tomlinson, died November 14th 1865 aged 69, William Tomlinson died March 12th 1874 aged 59, second, eldest and youngest sons of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson. Arms, (at top) 41y 1 & 4, per pale ar. & az.3 greyhounds courant, a chief engrailed of the 2nd ; 2, or, saltire, paly of 12 erm. & gu. a crescent for difference; 3, az. cross patoncé or. * An inscription in Melling churchyard says she was the daughter of Edward Wilson, of Natland. (T. Jenninngs).

Park

(In. S. window). He is not here for he is risen as he said (& brass) To the Glory of God and in m. a beloved niece Hannah Park, who died October 26th 1861 Aged 21, This window is erected by T. H. Whitaker of Kirkby Lonsdale.

Park

(W). In memory of Rowland Park of Leck Villa who died July. 12th 1863 aged 66 years. also of Mary his wife who died February 29th 1862 aged 64 years.

Park

(N.E. stone edging). Thoman Harper Whitaker died November 14, 1873 aged 61 years. Hannah Whitaker died May 5 1886 aged 59 years. Hannah Park died Oct. 26, 1841 aged 21 years.

Parke

(W. altar tomb). Near this Place are deposited the Remains of Thomas Tiffin of this Town who departed this life the 31st Day of January 1787 Aged 63 years. Also Under this Stone the Remains of Sarah his Wife who departed this life the 15th Day of April 1805 Aged 67 years. Also John Robinson, Son of the late Thomas Robinson of Low House in the Parish of Tunstall, Grandson of the above Thomas Tiffin who d. at Liverpool, November l0th 1818 Aged 27. Also the Remains of Thomas Tiffin, Brother of the above named John Robinson who departed this life at Liverpool the 12th Day of June 1825 Aged 32 years. Also the Remains of Mary Robinson, Widow of the above named Thomas Robinson of Low House who departed this life on the 4th Day of August 1831 Aged 68 years. Also John Hyde Robinson Parke, Son of Rowland Parke of Leck and Grandson of the above Mary Robinson who died the 3rd day of March 1834 Aged 14 Memory of

Parr

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

Parr

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

Pearson

(E. wall). Mrs. E. Pearson, Killington, Janry 8th 1795 aged 70 years. Also the remains of the Reverend . William Pearson who died December . 28th 1801 aged 79 years.

Pearson

(S. altar tomb). Under this Stone are interred the remains of Henry Pearson, Merchant who departed life the 29th Day of January 1792 Aged 36 years. Likewise of Eleanor Pearson his Widow who departed this life the 9th Day of December 1829 aged 75 years.

Pearson

(N. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Warwick Pearson, died 8 February 1832 Aged 72, Late of Antigua and Kirkby Lonsdale. The memory of the just is blessed. Prov. x–7. Them that sleep in Jesus will God bring with him. 1st Thess. iv–14.

Pearson

(E. altar tomb, rail). To the memory of Elizabeth Winster, wife of Richard Winster of Settlebeck in the Parish of Sedbergh and daughter of the late Reverend William and Elizabeth Pearson of Killington who departed this life June 19th 1821 aged 57 years. Also in m. the above Richard Winster who died January 3rd 1841 aged 70 years.

Picard

(N.E). In remembrance of Eliza Winstanley Picard who died April 17th 1869 , aged 26 years.

Picard

(N. stone edging). In memory of Elizabeth wife of Richard Stuart Picard of Kirkby Lonsdale born 19th March 1800, died 4th June 1875, also of the above named Richard Stuart Picard, born 17th January 1807, died 26th November 1887.

Picard

(N.E. box tomb; at side). In memory of Thomas Picard son of Thomas Tunstall Picard and Jenny his wife who died September 17th 1846 aged 38 years. also of Mary Picard widow of the above Thomas Picard who died August 21st 1850 aged 38 years. (Other side). In memory of Jenny widow of Thomas Tunstall Picard of Cowan Bridge who died July 6th 1849 aged 64 years. also of Jane Picard daughter of the above who died November 28th 1881 aged 72 years.

Pollard

(S). In memory of John Pollard who departed this life the 3rd of January 1829 aged 85 years. Also of Margaret his Wife who died on the 11th of March 1834 in her 89th years.

Pool

(W). Sacred memory of Elizabeth Pool, wife of Jonathan Pool of the Talbot Inn in this town who departed this life August 15th 1834 aged 42 years. Also of Margaret Tennant Pool their daughter who departed this life October 28th 1833 aged 5 years. And of Elizabeth Pool his second wife who departed this life October 20th 1852 aged 37 years.

Preston

(S. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Christopher Preston Gent, who departed this life May 21st 1763 aged 72 years. Also Mary Preston his wife died November 14th 1773 aged 79 years. Isabella Preston, daughter tothe above died May 28th 1788 Aged 70 years. Captain Achilles Preston their Son died April 3rd 1814 aged 84. He served in the Army that expelled the French from Canada and also during the whole of the American War which commenced in 1775.

Procter

(N). Sacred memory of William Procter of this town who died April l0th 1860 aged 75 years. and of Jane, relict of the above who died May 19th 1865 aged 74 years.

Procter

(E. runic cross). In affectionate remembrance of Alice Procter the beloved wife of William Kenyon died August 10th 1878 aged 23 years. Also James Anthony, son of the above, d. March 11th 1879 aged 18 m. Also of the above named William Kenyon who died March 24th 1881 aged 33 years. Also of James Fawcett of Kirkby Lonsdale who died February . 17th 1867 aged 34 years. Also of Thomas Anthony eldest son of James and Mary Fawcett who died April 9th 1876 aged 18 years.

Punchard

(N. cross). Spencer Havers Punchard, infant son of Frederick and Mary Punchard, born 23rd October 1873, died 28th March 1874, also Francis Arthur Punchard, born 16th January 1879, died 11th May 1879.

Rawlinson

(N). W. R. (E). Rawlinson 1751 (illegible).

Rawlinson

(S.E). . . . also here) lies interred the Body of William Son of the late . . . Rawlinson who depd. this Life . . . 1781 Aged 50 years. (W.R. of Fell side, aged 50, buried 31 July 1781 par. reg).

Rawlinson

(E). In memory of Edward Rawlinson of Beckside, Barbon, who died on the 12th of August 1877 aged 72 years.

Rawlinson

(E). In memory of John Rawlinson of Fellside near Kirkby Lonsdale who died October 18th 1861 in his 97th years. also of Dorothy his Wife who died September 9th 1848 aged 72 years.

Rawlinson

(In. N). In memory of William Tomlinson of Broom Field, Arkholme, eldest son of John Tomlinson of Haslack, Beetham, Gentn. who died February 1st 1756 aged 75 y. Elizabeth North his Wife died April 27th 1713 aged 29. Lettice Wilson* his second Wife died March 18th 1769, aged 77. Thomas Tomlinson of Biggins, eldest son of William and Lettice Tomlinson died January 1st 1811 aged 84. Ann Battersby his Wife died March 7th 1803 aged 68. William Tomlinson of Albin Bank, Preston, eldest son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died April 24th 1827 aged 63. Elizabeth Watson his Wife died May 11th 1820 aged 65. Edward Tomlinson of Biggins, second son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died May 11th 1842 aged 73. Elizabeth Rawlinson his Wife died October 12th 1848 aged 75. Edward Rawlinson brother of Elizabeth Tomlinson died February 16th 1840 aged 71. Edward Tomlinson third son of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died April 15th 1827 aged 23. Isabella Tomlinson youngest daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died October 8th 1832 aged 21. Also in m. Thomas Tomlinson who died October 3rd 1854 aged 58, Anthony Battersby Tomlinson, died November 14th 1865 aged 69, William Tomlinson died March 12th 1874 aged 59, second, eldest and youngest sons of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson. Arms, (at top) 41y 1 & 4, per pale ar. & az.3 greyhounds courant, a chief engrailed of the 2nd ; 2, or, saltire, paly of 12 erm. & gu. a crescent for difference; 3, az. cross patoncé or. * An inscription in Melling churchyard says she was the daughter of Edward Wilson, of Natland. (T. Jenninngs).

Read

(N. low altar tomb). In memory of Elizabeth wife of James Gibson of Kirkby Lonsdale da. of William and Agnes Read who died July 12th 1864 aged 65 years. also of the above named James Gibson who died March 9th, 1879 aged 80 years.

Read

(N. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Anthony Read the only Son of William and Agnes Read of this Town Who died June 15th 1828 Aged 23 years. All you that come my grave to see, As I am now so must you be, Repent in time, make no delay, I in my bloom was .snatch'd away. In love I liv'd, in peace I dy'd My life was ask'd but God deny'd. Also of William Read who departed this life June 19th 1835 aged 64 years. And of Agnes his Widow who departed this life April the 24th 1837 aged 72 years. The Father and Mother of the above-named Anthony Read.

Redman

("1n ye top of ye middle high light window in Casterton pew. Hill MSS.II. 328 citing Machell." Arms, gu. 3 cushions (without tassels) ermine (Redman).

Redman

(In. tower wall N). Near this place Lie the Remains of Mrs. Elizth. Redman, Leaving to the World a rare Example of Unaffected Piety Extensive Liberality and Universal Benevolence. She died l Mar. 19th 1760 aged 62. In due regard to whose Memory Her affecte. Husband Mr. Giles Redman of this Town Gentn. Erected this Monument A.D. 1761.

Redman

(In. N. Tower wall). Near this place lie the Remains of Giles Redman of Kirkby Lonsdale, Gentleman, Who departed this life on the 4th Day of March 1778, In the 90th years. of his Age. In due Regard to whose Memory his disconsolate Relict as a token of Gratitude erected this Monument. And in the same Place lie the Remains of Mrs. Agnes Redman his said Relict who departed this life on the 15th of April 1799 in the 81st years. of her Age.* * Mr. G. Redman was a native of Kendal, and eldest son of Alderman Gyles Redman, of Stricklandgate. He was christened at Kendal Church, Januaray 21st, 1689. He was by trade an Apothecary, and was Mayor of Kendal in 1725-6. (Mr. Jennings).

Remington

(N. cross). In. m. Alice Remington, died July 14th 1887 in her 23rd years. "Thy will be done."

Remington

(N). In. m. Thomas Remington of Kirkby Lonsdale who died February . 18th.1873 aged 43 years. This stone was erected as a token of respect by his affectionate friends. "Watch and pray, for ye know not when the time is."

Richardson

(S. altar tomb). Here lieth the Body of Edward Richardson, late of Over Town, who departed this life the 3d. Dayof February 1781 Aged 70 years. Also the Remains of Elizabeth Thompson (E. R. of Over town in par. of Tunstal aged 70, buried par. reg). daughter of the above Edward Richardson who died I. the 12th Day of August 1779 Aged 34 years.

Richardson

(E). In. m. Sarah Ann daughter of John and Elizabeth Richardson of Kirkby Lonsdale who died June the 30th 1858 aged 16. Also of Elizabeth wife of John Richardson who died June the 2nd 1860 aged 43 years. And of Ellen Jane, daughter of John and Jane Richardson who died October 19th 1868 aged 6 years. Also of Jane second wife of John Richardson who died September 30th 1878 in her 57th years.

Richardson

(E). Sacred memory of William Richardson of Beck Foot, Barbon, who departed this life February 7th 1848 aged 63 years. Go hence, dear wife, and do not troubled be, Since Death has parted you and me. Grieve not for me, nor trouble take, But love my Friends for my sake. Also of Elizabeth Richardson, widow of the above who departed this life March 10th 1857 aged 79 years. Likewise Alice Holmes of Beck Foot who departed this life March 29th 1860 Aged 83 years.

Ridding

(E). In. m. John Ridding who died March 10th 1806 aged 58 and of Ann his wife who died Augt. 22d 1787 aged 35 Also of Elizabeth John and Ann his children.

Robinson

(W. altar tomb). To the memory of Mary wife of Arthur Foster of this Town Bookseller who died August 9, 1806 aged 36, and of Ann their infant daughter Also of Hannah Foster who died September 20, 1821 aged 84, Ann Robinson who died December 16, 1818 aged 83 years. and Edward Arthur Foster who died January 18, 1829 aged 23 m., The Mother, Aunt and Grandson of the said Arthur Foster.

Robinson

(N. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Arthur Robinson of Barbon Fell House who departed this life 5th July 1828 aged 84 years. Also of Elizabeth Robinson his widow who departed this life April 16th 1847 aged 75 years. And of Thomas Robinson of Bank House in Barbon the second son of the above Arthur and Elizabeth Robinson who departed this life September 29th 1851 aged 55 years.

Robinson

(E). In. m. Christopher Robinson who died October 3rd 1816 aged 64 years. This stone is erected by his affectionate children. Also of Frances, Relict of the above, who died December 9th 1834 aged 75 years. and was interred at Christ Church Preston.

Robinson

(N). I.H.S. In. affectionate remembrance of John Robinson of Underley Farm who died June 2lst 1883 aged 66 years.

Robinson

(W. altar tomb). Near this Place are deposited the Remains of Thomas Tiffin of this Town who departed this life the 31st Day of January 1787 Aged 63 years. Also Under this Stone the Remains of Sarah his Wife who departed this life the 15th Day of April 1805 Aged 67 years. Also John Robinson, Son of the late Thomas Robinson of Low House in the Parish of Tunstall, Grandson of the above Thomas Tiffin who d. at Liverpool, November l0th 1818 Aged 27. Also the Remains of Thomas Tiffin, Brother of the above named John Robinson who departed this life at Liverpool the 12th Day of June 1825 Aged 32 years. Also the Remains of Mary Robinson, Widow of the above named Thomas Robinson of Low House who departed this life on the 4th Day of August 1831 Aged 68 years. Also John Hyde Robinson Parke, Son of Rowland Parke of Leck and Grandson of the above Mary Robinson who died the 3rd day of March 1834 Aged 14 Memory of

Rooke

(W. alter tomb). The Remains of George Rooke (Gent. late of this place (?). He died April the 5th (1797) Aged 77 years.

Roper

(S. wall). Sacred memory of Mr. James Roper of this town who died . on the 4th of June 1817 aged 47. Also of Hannah eldest daughter of John and Isabella Hall and widow of James Roper who died the 22nd day of May 1830 aged 56 And of John Roper their Son who died the 26th day of May 1844 aged 44. Also of Isabella their da. and wife of Richard Roper of Leyfield who died the 11th day of June 1866 aged 63 years.

Roper

(N.E. cross, rail). Sacred memory of Richard Roper of Leyfield, Kirkby Lonsdale, who d. on the 20th of May 1871 aged 57. Christ in us the hope of Glory.

Sanderson

(N). Sacred memory of John Sanderson of Low Biggins, Kirkby Lonsdale who died 25th December 1859 aged 82 years. also of Juliet his first wife who died 29th January 1827 aged 44 years. and of Mary his second wife who died 3rd May 1852 aged 69 years.

Satterthwaite

(S. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Richard Turner of Barbon was departed this life the 1st of April 1758 aged 70 years. Also Eleanor wife of Richard Turner who departed this life the 7th of Decer. 1799 aged 97 years. Also George Turner who departed this life the 6th of Augt. 1782 aged 52 years. Also Mary Satterthwaite who departed this life the 18th of Augt. 1799 aged 69 y. Also Margaret Turner who departed this life the 23rd of June 1821 aged 75 years. W . . . . C . . . . (N. 2 small tombs, wire fence, 1). W. (2) C.

Scambler

(N .E). Sacred memory of Betty, wife ofWilliam Scambler who died at Lowfields, August 12th 1872 aged 62. Also of their daughter Isabella, wife of W. H. Taubman who died in London December 23rd 1871 aged 23, interred in Blackburn cemetery.

Scott

(E). In. m. Thomas Scott of the King's Arms Hotel, Kirkby Lonsdale who died January 6th 1865 aged 60 years. Also William eldest son of the above who died May 25th 1866 aged 34 years. Also Leonard second son who died January 21st 1874 aged 40 years.

Scott

(N. stone edging). To born m. Thomas the youngest son of Thomas and Agnes Scott of this town who died April 12th 1882 aged 31 years. also of Agnes mother of the above-named Thomas Scott who died December . 8th 1886 in her 79th years.

Seward

(S. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Bella, Widow of Captain Thomas Bramwell of Kirkby Lonsdale. She died 11th December 1819 aged 73 years. Also of Elleanor daughter of Charles and Bella Seward and Grand daughter of the above named Bella Bramwell died July 6 1823 aged 12 years.

Sewell

(W). Headstone against W. wall of church, N. side. Near this place are interred the Remains of Elizabeth, Wife of Richard Sewell of this Town, She d. December 4th 1786 Aged 77 Years. Near this Stone are interred the Remains of the above-named Richard Sewell who died December 11th 1787 aged 81 Years.

Sharpe

(N. altar tomb, rail). Josepho Sharpe A.M. hujusce Ecclesiae Vicario, Collegii S.S. Trinitatis Socio, viro probo, simplici, justo, Qui vixit annos lxxv. Incubuit fere xl. Decessit pridie nonae Aprilis Anno Sacro mdcccxxxi. Etiam Josepho Sharpe filio ejus unico Ejusdem Collegii nuper Alumno, Mirae animi felicitatis, humanitatis, venerationis, Qui pridie Calendarium Augusti decessit Anno Ætatis Vigesimo tertio mdcccxxxvi Atque Margaretae Sharpe, illius uxori, Matri hujus, quae primo Martii die octogesimo septimo anno aetatis obiit mdccclvii.

Shepherd

(N. rail). Bowman Shepherd, eldest son of William and Isabella Shepherd, b. at Moorsley June 14th 1832, died at Bradford October 13th 1878. Isabella Shepherd wife of Bowman Shepherd and second daughter of Richard and Mary Ann Atkinson of this town, born at Whittington August 8th 1831, died at Kirkby Lonsdale March 15th 1886.

Sherwill

(N.E. cross, rail). Sacred memory of Markham Eeles Sherwill, major general, Late of H.M. 104th Regt. Bengal Fusiliers, Who died at Kirkby Lonsdale, September 25th, 1865, aged 51. Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints.–Psalm 116, v, 15. Other side, Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world.–Matt. 25, v. 34.

Slater

(In. S). Sacred memory of Janet da, of George Slater of Spital, Yeoman, and wife of Francis Webster of Kendal, Architect, she died August 26th 1805 aged 34 years. , also of Jane Webster, their daughter who died July 2nd 1815 aged 16 years. (On urn), J.W.

Smith

(N). Sacred memory of Agnes the beloved wife of Stephen Spencer Smith, painter, of this town, who died May 15th, 1861 aged 71 years. also Stephen Spencer Smith, husband of the above who died September 27th, 1867 in the 79th years. of his age.

Smith

(N.E). I.H.S. In memory of a young man known by the name of John Smith, supposed to be a native of Italy, who was drowned in the river Lune Augst. 28th 1869 aged 19 years. This stone was erected by his fellow workmen as a token of their respect. Be ye also ready. Matt. 24, 44.

Smorthwaite

(E). In memory of lsabella the wife of William Smorthwaite of Kirkby Lonsdale who departed life the 21st day of July 1802 aged 70 years. Also of the said William Smorthwaite who departed life the 5th day of June 1812 aged 76 years. John their third son died the 7th day of April 1812 aged 47 years.

Spencer

(N.E). Sacred memory of Isabel Spencer, daughter of John and Annie Spencer died March 2nd 1857 aged I years. and 7 m. also of Joseph Dixon of Kirkby Lonsdale who died 13th June 1869 aged 78 years. Also of Isabella Dixon his wife who died February 6th 1865 aged 68 years.

Sturgeon

(In. S). In memory of William Sturgeon who was born at Whittington A.D. 1783 and buried at Prestwich, Lancashire on the 8th day of December 1850. He was the son of parents in humble life and served as a private in the Royal Artillery for nearly 20 years. After completing his term of service he successfully devoted himself to the study of the physical sciences with powers of originality and industry rarely equalled; besides contributing numerous works to the scientific literature of his country, he was the discoverer of the soft iron electro magnet, the amalgamated zinc battery, the electro magnetic coil machine; and the reciprocating magnetic electrical machine; inventions of the highest value, and which along with many others he freely gave to the world. His name will be perpetuated as long as the science he cherished continues to exist.

Sutcliffe

(N. rail). To born m. Isaac, youngest son of William Benson of this town who departed this life November 22nd 1873 aged 46 years. also of Robert Sutcliffe who died Decr. 22nd 1877 aged 70 years.

Swindlehurst

(W). In remembrance of James Swindlehurst late of Docker who departed this life May 14th 1851 aged 69 years. Also Jane Swindlehurst, widowof the above who died January 2nd 1863 aged 80 years.

Swindlehurst

(W). In memory of Margaret Swindlehurst the daughter of James and Jane Swindlehurst of Docker, who departed this life October 30th 1836 aged 26 years.

Swindlehurst

(N.W). In. remembrance of Ann, the beloved wife of William Swindlehurst, of Sellet Hall, who departed this life September 5th 1878 aged 64 years. " Leave me not, neither forsake me, O God of my Salvation."

Tatham

(W). Here lies the Body of Jonathan Tatham who died April 30th 1776 Aged 64 Y. Also Ellen his Wife who died December 7th 1788 aged 74Y.

Tatham

(E. altar tomb). In memory of Rowland Tatham of Casterton buried the 25th Day of Feb. 1710 in the 78th years. of his age. Near unto lies the Body of Elizabeth his daughter buried the 8th day of May 1735 aged 28. Vivet post Funera virtus.

Theobalds

(W. altar tomb, rail). Sacred memory of Edward Theobalds of Keastwick who died the 7th of October 1818 aged 85 years. At his request this monument was erected by his Executrix Mary Conder.

Theobalds

(W). In affectionate remembrance of James Edward Theobalds of Keastwick who died February 13th 1886 aged 77 years. Also Edward son of the above who died November 5th 1842 aged 1 m. Also Agnes daughter of the above who died June 29th 1859 aged 9 years.

Thompson

(In. S). Sacred memory of William Thompson Esqre of Underley Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, M.P. for the County of Westmorland, and Alderman of the City of London, died l0th March 1854 aged 61 years. and of Amelia his beloved wife who died the 7th September 1861 aged 62 years. Crest lion rampant. Arms ar. lion passant guardant within border az. impaling gu. cross patoncé ermine.

Thompson

(S.altar tomb). To the memory of of John Thompson, who died . . . . . aged 50; also of William.

Thornborough

(N). In affectionate remembrance of Robert Walker of Kirkbylonsdale who died February 24th 1876 aged 26 years. also of Mary Ellen Thornborough who died May 17th 1875 aged 4 years. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.

Thornton

(W. wall). Near this place is interr'd Mrs. Dorothy Thornton, Widow of Mr. R. Thornton & daughter to the late Mr. Thomas Bigland of Bigland in Lanckshire Gentn. who Dyed 23 Janry. 1768 Æ. 67.

Tiffin

(W. altar tomb). Near this Place are deposited the Remains of Thomas Tiffin of this Town who departed this life the 31st Day of January 1787 Aged 63 years. Also Under this Stone the Remains of Sarah his Wife who departed this life the 15th Day of April 1805 Aged 67 years. Also John Robinson, Son of the late Thomas Robinson of Low House in the Parish of Tunstall, Grandson of the above Thomas Tiffin who d. at Liverpool, November l0th 1818 Aged 27. Also the Remains of Thomas Tiffin, Brother of the above named John Robinson who departed this life at Liverpool the 12th Day of June 1825 Aged 32 years. Also the Remains of Mary Robinson, Widow of the above named Thomas Robinson of Low House who departed this life on the 4th Day of August 1831 Aged 68 years. Also John Hyde Robinson Parke, Son of Rowland Parke of Leck and Grandson of the above Mary Robinson who died the 3rd day of March 1834 Aged 14 Memory of

Tomlinson

(S. altar tomb). In memory of Anthony Battersby of Biggins who departed this life November 27th 1789 aged 62 years. Also of Ann wife of Thomas Tomlinson, of Biggins, and sister of the above named Anthony Battersby, who died March 7th 1803 aged 68 y. Also of Thomas Tomlinson of Biggins who died January 1st 1811 aged 84 years.

Tomlinson

(N. W. railed enclosure). Tomlinson. Biggins.

Tomlinson

(E). Sacred memory of Joseph Tomlinson of Barbon, yeoman, who departed this life April 30th 1817 aged 68 years. Also of Elizabeth Tomlinson his widow who departed this life April 26th 1832 aged 86 years. And of Margaret Tomlinson wife of Joseph Tomlinson of the same place, son of the above who departed this life February 25th 1852 aged 74 years. also of Joseph Tomlinson of Barbon, yeoman, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Tomlinson who departed this life January 21st 1857 aged 80 years.

Tomlinson

(E. window, brass, N). Richard Tomlinson of Town End Esqre. filled the East window of this church with stained glass as a grateful thank offering for innumerable mercies.

Tomlinson

(In. N). In memory of William Tomlinson of Broom Field, Arkholme, eldest son of John Tomlinson of Haslack, Beetham, Gentn. who died February 1st 1756 aged 75 y. Elizabeth North his Wife died April 27th 1713 aged 29. Lettice Wilson* his second Wife died March 18th 1769, aged 77. Thomas Tomlinson of Biggins, eldest son of William and Lettice Tomlinson died January 1st 1811 aged 84. Ann Battersby his Wife died March 7th 1803 aged 68. William Tomlinson of Albin Bank, Preston, eldest son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died April 24th 1827 aged 63. Elizabeth Watson his Wife died May 11th 1820 aged 65. Edward Tomlinson of Biggins, second son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died May 11th 1842 aged 73. Elizabeth Rawlinson his Wife died October 12th 1848 aged 75. Edward Rawlinson brother of Elizabeth Tomlinson died February 16th 1840 aged 71. Edward Tomlinson third son of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died April 15th 1827 aged 23. Isabella Tomlinson youngest daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died October 8th 1832 aged 21. Also in m. Thomas Tomlinson who died October 3rd 1854 aged 58, Anthony Battersby Tomlinson, died November 14th 1865 aged 69, William Tomlinson died March 12th 1874 aged 59, second, eldest and youngest sons of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson. Arms, (at top) 41y 1 & 4, per pale ar. & az.3 greyhounds courant, a chief engrailed of the 2nd ; 2, or, saltire, paly of 12 erm. & gu. a crescent for difference; 3, az. cross patoncé or. * An inscription in Melling churchyard says she was the daughter of Edward Wilson, of Natland. (T. Jenninngs).

Tomlinson

(E). Sacred memory of William, youngest Son of Joseph and Mari!,aret Tomlin- son of Barbon who died May 27th 1845 aged 27 years. " I know that my Redeemer liveth." Job 19, 25.

Toulmin

(E). Bridget the widow of Robert Toulmin died 20 June 1810 aged 76. She was poor and afflicted but God was her portion and support, She sought for mercy thro' Jesus Christ and found her God a never failing friend. Disclaiming all goodness of her own, relying only on her Saviour, she patiently waited her appointed time in a faithful discharge of Christian duties, tho' her desire was to depart and to be with Christ.

Towers

(N). In memory of James Towers (of Biggins) who died June 8, 1870 aged 66 years.

Towers

(N.E). In affectionate remembrance of John Towers Who died August 1st 1848 Aged 48 years. also of Cassandra Towers his wife who died January 30th, 1874 aged 77 years. And of William their Son who died February 27th 1871 aged 44 years. Also of Ann Caton their daughter Who d. October 16th 1856 aged 27 years. Also of William Caton, Husband of Ann Caton who died June 13th 1861 aged 35 years. " Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."

Towers

(N). In affectionate remembrance of of Richard Towers of Kirkby Lonsdale, who died September . 22nd 1884 aged 79 years. " To be with Christ which is far better."

Tunstal

(Middleton chapel, N. E). Hill MSS. II, 328, citing Machell, has the following note with tricks of arms :-" E .end N. aisle, Middleton quire, where are ye ruins of a fine mon : made of alabaster of a reddish brown colour, below wh. these coats of arms ; on wh.were ye effigies of Edwd. Middleton Esq. & his wife." 1 (one end) saltire engrailed (Middleton) ; II. Middleton impaling 3 combs (Tunstal) ; III. (5. side) Middleton im paling on chevron between 10 cinquefoils, 6 in chief, & 4 in base, 3 mullets (Carus) IV. Middleton impaling 3 bugle horns (Bellingham) v. (N. side) per fess ? plain & lozengy, a fess chequy (sic. ? for lozengy, a label, i.e., Fitzwilliam see note below) impaling Middleton. VI. Middleton impaling Bellingham.* * Such is Machell's and Hill's account. The old tomb, (formerly in the centre of this chapel, when it extended further into the churchyard) is now (1888) more than half destroyed. The lady's figure, cut to the waist, appears, and such of the structure as remains is run (end on) against the north wall. Canon Ware (Cumbd. & Westmd. Antiq. & Arch. Soc.Trans. pt. II, vol. I pp. 193-4) cites Whitaker as noting Middleton impaling Tunstal, and (if Mr. Bellasis understands him rightly) suggests Fitzwilliam Instead of Tunstal (i.e. lozengy and a label). Now Fitzwilliam may be intended for the strange trick above in No. v, & the Middleton coat on the sinister side of the shield may stand for Eleanor Middleton married to Fitzwilliam c. 1330., but this Tunstal on the sinister side of the shield would have to be dexter, if it is to make way for John Fitzwilliam. The known Middleton-Tunstall match is later than this tomb's probable date. Whitaker apparently only follows Machell with these 3 combs; & some such early Middleton- Tunstall match is quite as possible as the Fitzwilliam-Middleton alliance; and neither need make way for the other.

Turner

(S. altar tomb). Sacred memory of Richard Turner of Barbon was departed this life the 1st of April 1758 aged 70 years. Also Eleanor wife of Richard Turner who departed this life the 7th of Decer. 1799 aged 97 years. Also George Turner who departed this life the 6th of Augt. 1782 aged 52 years. Also Mary Satterthwaite who departed this life the 18th of Augt. 1799 aged 69 y. Also Margaret Turner who departed this life the 23rd of June 1821 aged 75 years. W . . . . C . . . . (N. 2 small tombs, wire fence, 1). W. (2) C.

Walker

(N). In affectionate remembrance of Robert Walker of Kirkbylonsdale who died February 24th 1876 aged 26 years. also of Mary Ellen Thornborough who died May 17th 1875 aged 4 years. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord.

Walling

(W. column.) Sacred memory of Alice Clark, aged 31 y; Agnes Walling aged 25; Bella Cornthwaite, aged 20; Hannah Armstrong aged 18; Agnes Nicholson aged 17, all of whom were hurried into eternity, in the awful destruction by fire of the Rose and Crown Hotel in this town, on the night of the 6th of December 1820. (E. side). In the midst of life we are in death. Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God. Thou turnest man to destruction and sayest, return ye children of men. Thou carriest them away as with a flood, they are as a sleep in the morning, they are like grass which groweth up. In the morning it flourisheth and groweth up, in the evening it is cut down and withereth. Erected by voluntary contributions.

Wallis

(E. wall). Near hereto lies the body of Mr. Samuel Wallis Son of Mr. Samuel Wallis of Scruton in the County of York. he was an officer in the excise many years. which trust he discharged with great credit. he m. Mrs. Agnes Moore daughter of Mr. William Moore of Barwens in this Parish. He died January the 24th 1768 aged 69 years.

Ward

(S. Flat stone, N. of Battersby altar tomb).1 In Memory of Simon Battersby of Biggins only son of Simon Battersby of South House, Horton, Ribblesdale Gentn. B. 1660 died March 25th 1730. Dorothy Lightbourne his wife born June 2nd, 1659 died May 29th 1717. Jane Foxcroft wife of John Foxcroft of Holm House, Whittington Gent. and only sister of Simon Battersby Janry. 24th 1635 d. (blank). Edward Battersby son of Simon Battersby born May 2nd 1685 died April 15th 1750. Margaret Ward his wife born Decbr. 18th 1693 died Decbr. 31st 1770.

Ward

(N. W) . In memory of Henry Ward of Kirkby Lonsdale who died Oct. 3rd 1877 aged 59 y. also of Martha, wife of the above who died November 6th 1875 aged 47 years. also of John Ward of Kirkby Lonsdale, who died April 23rd 1870 aged 59 years.

Watson

(In. N). In memory of William Tomlinson of Broom Field, Arkholme, eldest son of John Tomlinson of Haslack, Beetham, Gentn. who died February 1st 1756 aged 75 y. Elizabeth North his Wife died April 27th 1713 aged 29. Lettice Wilson* his second Wife died March 18th 1769, aged 77. Thomas Tomlinson of Biggins, eldest son of William and Lettice Tomlinson died January 1st 1811 aged 84. Ann Battersby his Wife died March 7th 1803 aged 68. William Tomlinson of Albin Bank, Preston, eldest son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died April 24th 1827 aged 63. Elizabeth Watson his Wife died May 11th 1820 aged 65. Edward Tomlinson of Biggins, second son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died May 11th 1842 aged 73. Elizabeth Rawlinson his Wife died October 12th 1848 aged 75. Edward Rawlinson brother of Elizabeth Tomlinson died February 16th 1840 aged 71. Edward Tomlinson third son of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died April 15th 1827 aged 23. Isabella Tomlinson youngest daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died October 8th 1832 aged 21. Also in m. Thomas Tomlinson who died October 3rd 1854 aged 58, Anthony Battersby Tomlinson, died November 14th 1865 aged 69, William Tomlinson died March 12th 1874 aged 59, second, eldest and youngest sons of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson. Arms, (at top) 41y 1 & 4, per pale ar. & az.3 greyhounds courant, a chief engrailed of the 2nd ; 2, or, saltire, paly of 12 erm. & gu. a crescent for difference; 3, az. cross patoncé or. * An inscription in Melling churchyard says she was the daughter of Edward Wilson, of Natland. (T. Jenninngs).

Wearing

(W). To the memory of John Clark of the Fleece Inn in this town who died October 2nd 1842 aged 33 years. And of Elizabeth relict of the above and wife of John Wearing who died February 16th 1850 aged 38 years. Also of Matthew infant son of John and Elizabeth Clark. Also of Annie Jenkinson, wife of the above John Wearing who died January 24th 1865 aged 56y.

Wearing

(S. low rail). 1. In memory of Thomas Wearing of this Town who died April 12th 1812 aged 30 years. Also of Thomas Wearing his son who died May 9th 1811 aged 1 years. Also ofHannah his Widow who died April 14th 1848 aged 64 years. And John, Son of John and Mary Wearing and grandson of Thomas and Hannah Wearing who died July 11th 1847 aged 10 m. 2. In affectionate remembrance of John Wearing, son of Thomas and Han- nah Wearing of this Town who died May 15th 1873 aged 65 years. Also of Mary his beloved wife who died August 3rd 1884 aged 74 years. And of Thomas eldest son of the above named John and Mary Wearing who died October 2nd 1880 aged 44 years. Also of Mary eldest daughter of the above John and Mary Wearing who died July l0th 1871 aged 34Y.

Weatherhead

(W. altar tomb). Near this Stone are Interred the Remains of Leonard Weatherhead who died at Keastwick March the 21St 1774 Aged 50 years. Also of Alice his Wife who departed this life March the 26th 1802 Aged 87 years. Once did I bow as thou dost now; And view'd the dead as thou dost me In time thou'lt be as low as I, And some will stand and gaze on thee ! Also the Remains of James Herd who departed this life October the 5th 1806 Aged 81 years. Remember, Man, as thou walk'st by As thou art now, so once was I, As I am now, so must thou be, Prepare for Death; and follow me !

Webster

(In. S). Sacred memory of Janet da, of George Slater of Spital, Yeoman, and wife of Francis Webster of Kendal, Architect, she died August 26th 1805 aged 34 years. , also of Jane Webster, their daughter who died July 2nd 1815 aged 16 years. (On urn), J.W.

Western

(N). In affectionate remembrance of Ann the beloved wife of Joseph Western of Lime Kiln House near Kirkby Lonsdale who died September 7th 1876 aged 34 years. " Her End was Peace."

Westmorland

(W. stone edging). Elizabeth the beloved wife of George Westmorland of Kirkby Lonsdale who died June 20th 1876 aged 70 years. Also of the above George Westmorland late of Kirkby Lonsdale who died at Carlisle March 20th 1879 aged 69 years.

Whitaker

(In. S. window). He is not here for he is risen as he said (& brass) To the Glory of God and in m. a beloved niece Hannah Park, who died October 26th 1861 Aged 21, This window is erected by T. H. Whitaker of Kirkby Lonsdale.

Whitaker

(N.E. stone edging). Thoman Harper Whitaker died November 14, 1873 aged 61 years. Hannah Whitaker died May 5 1886 aged 59 years. Hannah Park died Oct. 26, 1841 aged 21 years.

Whitfield

(N). In affectionate remembrance of John Whitfield who died May 19th 1885 aged 66 years. Also Richard his oldest son who died March 4th 1884 aged 30y. Interred at Kendal Cemetery.

Whittingdale

(S. W. altar tomb). In memory of John Whittingdale of this Town who died November 1st, 1804 aged 71 years. Also of Margaret Whittingdale his widow who died July 8th 1816 Aged 82 years. Also of Jenny Whittingdale wife of John Whlttingdale their Son who died May 16th 1850 aged 69 years. Also of John and Christopher Matthew, sons of John and Jenny Whittingdale who died in their infancy. Also of John Whittingdale, son of the above named John and Margaret Whittingdale who died June 23rd 1857 Aged 82 years.

Widdrington

(In. S. tablet, between 2 columns). Foelici memoriæ Elizabethæ Carvs, filiae et haeredis Thomae Carvs, Nicholai Cvrwen Eqvitis Avrati vxoris, matris svæ optime meritæ maerens filia Maria Hence. Widrington nvpta hoc saxum posvit. Hie reqviescit ab ano Dni. 1611 aetatis svae 51, donec postrema Ivx refvlgeat. Arms. ("These arms over the mon. to Eliz. Carus in K. L. ch. If ye 3d is C. it is not the arms generally given. to them " see infra. Hill Memory of SS. II. 328 citing Machell " 41y, 1 & 4. fret & chief (for Curwen, i.e. ar. fretty gu. chief az.); 2 & 3 az. lion rampant ar. gutté de sang (? shd. be billetté as per Coll. Arms, E. died N. Grafton's Lanc. 2nd cat. 83) impaling 41y 1 (? & 4, a blank) az. on chevron ar. 3 mullets gu. (for Carus, the 10 cinquefoils ar 6 in chief, and 4 in base omitted)† 2. ar. 3 bars gu. canton of last (for Preston, i.e. 2 bars and on on canton a cinquefoil or); 3 ar, ram sa. horned or, on chief of 2nd (3) garbs of 3rd. † See Flower's Lancashire Visitation CoIl. Arms died 3 p. 47; I. C. B. 2. 2nd cal. 3, i.e. copy of St. George's 1613 Westmorland Visitation & C. 37. 100 b. Dugdale's 1664 Lanc. Visit. for Carus arms and pedigrees. The latter gives the above Curwen-Carus match, and notes to the line of Thomas Carus' brother Christopher, the Carus arms (not, as above, minus the 10 cinquefoils, but) minus the 4 mullets on the chevron. Mr. W. Jackson notes the billette lion as sometimes lozengy.

Willan

(E). Sacred memory of George Willan of this Town who departed this life December 7th 1827 aged 54 y. Also of Hannah Willan his Widow who died 1. September 4th 1853 aged 76 years. And of George Willan their eldest son who departed this life March 22nd 1842 aged 39 years. Also of Jane his Widow who departed this life August 15th 1878 aged 74 years.

Willan

(W). In memory of Hannah, wife of William Willan of Kirkby Lonsdale who died March 30th 1869 aged 67 years. also of William Willan who died on the 31 day of March 1875 aged 76 years.

Willan

(E). In affectionate remembrance of Isabella the beloved wife of John Willan of Brook Cottage, Keastwick who departed this life September 19th 1870 aged 73 years. Also of the above John Willan who died January 11th 1888 aged 83 years.

Willan

(S. altar tomb). Here are deposited the Remains of James Willan who departed this life Novr. 26th 1784 aged 65 years. And of Isabella Willan his Wife who departed this life December , 25th 1785 aged 71 years. And of Jane the daughter of James and Isabella Willan who died l. February 28th 1777 aged 28 years. Also of Jane Willan Da, of Leonard and Margaret Willan wh departed this life August 20th 1857 aged 62 years. Also of Margaret Willan daughter of Leonard and Margaret Willan who departed this life February l0th 1859 aged 66y.

Willan

(N.W. In memory of James Willan of Kirkby Lonsdale who died January l5th 1877 aged 64Y. also of Agnes, wife of the above who died May 23rd 1881 aged 54 years. and of their children, Edward and Alice who died in infancy. The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken away, Blessed be the Name of the Lord.

Willan

(S. altar tomb). To the memory of Margaret the wife of Mr. Leonard Willan who departed life on the l0th of February 1821 in the 72nd years. of her age. Also of Mr. Leonard Willan who departed this life the 21st July 1821 in the 70th years. of his age. Also of James Willan son of the above who departed this life October 23rd 1851 aged 69 years. And of Eleanor Lucas Willan, Granda. of the above Leonard and Margaret Willan who departed life July l3th 1853 aged 33 years. Also of John Willan, Surgeon, Grandson of the above Leonard and Margaret Willan, who departed this life February 23rd 1854 aged 28 y.

Willan

(E. altar tomb) . In memory of Robert Willan late of Fleet, died February l8th 1781 aged 85 years. Also Agnes Willan, wife of the above died April 30th 1816 aged 71 y.

Willan

(N. rail). In affectionate remembrance of Thomas Atkinson Willan, who departed this life on the 9th day of June 1880 aged 65 years.

Willis

(W. wall). Memory of S. Mr. of Joseph Willis late of Old Town who departed this life Febr. 15th 1818 aged 73 years. He was the Grandson of the late Joseph Willis of Silloath, (sic) in the parish of Abbey Holme, Cumberland. Elizabeth his wife departed life August 26th in the years. 1828 aged 92.

Wilman

(N). In memory of Alice Burrow who died at Middleton March 24th 1860 aged 86 years. also of Jane Wilman daughter of the above who died at Lancaster May 20th 1879 aged 79 years. also of Alice Atkinson daughter of the above Alice Burrow who died at Bonefield Bank, Casterton, February . 20th 1887 aged 74.

Wilman

(N). In memory of Jane Wilman, wife of Thomas Wilman of this Town who departed this life September l0th 1849 aged 25 years. Also of Thomas Wilman, husband of the above who died August 25th 1870 aged 47 years.

Wilman

(N). In affectionate remembrance of William Wilman who died at Bowness December . 28th 1866 aged 40 years.

Wilson

(N. altar tomb). To the memory of Arthur Foster, printer, bookseller, and publisher and for nearly twenty years. postmaster of this town who died November 29, 1844 aged 76 years. And of Susannah his wife who died January 21, 1844 aged 80 years. Also of Edward Wilson, formerly of Kendal who died February 9, 1837 aged 70 years. And of John Foster (son of the above-named Arthur Foster) printer, bookseller and publisher who was thirteen years. clerk to the magistrates and six years. postmaster of this town and died on the 4th of February 1851 aged 51 years. and also of Margaret Foster, relict of the late John Foster of Kirk by Lonsdale who died on Wednesday November 2, 1853 aged 49 years.

Wilson

(In. N). In memory of William Tomlinson of Broom Field, Arkholme, eldest son of John Tomlinson of Haslack, Beetham, Gentn. who died February 1st 1756 aged 75 y. Elizabeth North his Wife died April 27th 1713 aged 29. Lettice Wilson* his second Wife died March 18th 1769, aged 77. Thomas Tomlinson of Biggins, eldest son of William and Lettice Tomlinson died January 1st 1811 aged 84. Ann Battersby his Wife died March 7th 1803 aged 68. William Tomlinson of Albin Bank, Preston, eldest son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died April 24th 1827 aged 63. Elizabeth Watson his Wife died May 11th 1820 aged 65. Edward Tomlinson of Biggins, second son of Thomas and Ann Tomlinson died May 11th 1842 aged 73. Elizabeth Rawlinson his Wife died October 12th 1848 aged 75. Edward Rawlinson brother of Elizabeth Tomlinson died February 16th 1840 aged 71. Edward Tomlinson third son of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died April 15th 1827 aged 23. Isabella Tomlinson youngest daughter of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson died October 8th 1832 aged 21. Also in m. Thomas Tomlinson who died October 3rd 1854 aged 58, Anthony Battersby Tomlinson, died November 14th 1865 aged 69, William Tomlinson died March 12th 1874 aged 59, second, eldest and youngest sons of Edward and Elizabeth Tomlinson. Arms, (at top) 41y 1 & 4, per pale ar. & az.3 greyhounds courant, a chief engrailed of the 2nd ; 2, or, saltire, paly of 12 erm. & gu. a crescent for difference; 3, az. cross patoncé or. * An inscription in Melling churchyard says she was the daughter of Edward Wilson, of Natland. (T. Jenninngs).

Wilson

(In N. urn). Near this place are interred the remains of the Reverend John Wilson who was 49 years. master of the Free Grammar School in this town. He died March 3, 1792 aged 77. His scholars here record their high sense of his learning and assiduity, his charity, and religion.

Winder

(N). In affectionate remembrance of Thomas Winder, born August 26th 1836, died November 21st 1886.

Winster

(E. altar tomb, rail). To the memory of Elizabeth Winster, wife of Richard Winster of Settlebeck in the Parish of Sedbergh and daughter of the late Reverend William and Elizabeth Pearson of Killington who departed this life June 19th 1821 aged 57 years. Also in m. the above Richard Winster who died January 3rd 1841 aged 70 years.

Winter

(N). In affectionate remembrance of Thomas Winder, born August 26th 1836, died November 21st 1886.

Wise

(N.E). I.H.S. In affectionate remembrance of Christopher Wise who died June 21st 1874 aged 61 years. also of Alice, wife of the above who died June 18th 1872 aged 67 years. also of Christopher Parker son of the above who died January 21st 1842 aged 6 years. "I am the resurrection and the life saith the Lord."

Wise

(N.E. card under glass). From the Teachers of St. Thomas' Girls' Sunday School. A token of love and esteem for their late superintendent, Miss Memory of A. Wise. Trust in the Lord.

Wolfenden

(N). In memory of Robert Wolfenden who died at Biggins November 4th 1849 aged 54 y. and of Mary, wife of the above, who died at Kirkby Lonsdale March 11th 1860 aged 54 years. also of Ellen Marie, fourth daughter of the above who died November 12th 1862 aged 16 years.

Wood

(In the Vestry). Arms, (with lambrequin) 3 men with shields and spears. C. W. 1668. (In. N. on Wood). This porch by ye banes first builded was of heigholme hall they weare, and after Sould to Christopher Wood by willyam baines thereof last heyre, and is repayred as you see, and sett in ordergood: by the true owner nowe thereof, the foresaide Christopher Wood.* * This porch is now gone. See Cumbd. & Westmd. Antiq. & Arch. Soc. Trans. pt. II, vol. 1, p. 198, i.e. Art. xix, on Kirkby Lonsdale Church, by the Rev. Canon Ware.

Wray

(In. N). Near this Place are interred the Remains of Elizabeth, Only daughter of William Wray (Vicar of Tunstal in the County of Lancaster) And of Ellen his Wife. She died on the 28th Day of July 1775 Aged 21Y. In the Life of this amiable young Person was exhibited a Pattern worthy of Imitation. In it was display'd the true Spirit of Devotion, filial Piety and Universal Benevolence - a Spirit regulated by an uncommon Delicacy of Sentiment, a sound Judgment . and such a Share of Prudence and Discretion as seldom falls to the Lot of green Years. Thus, prepared - and supported by a steadfast Reliance on the Merits and Promises of her Saviour - She bore the cruel Ravages of a wasting Catarrhous Consumption with unshaken Firmness and Serenity of Mind, waited for her Dissolution with the Patience and Resignation* of a sincere Christian, and met at last the King of Terrors with a smile. * Whitaker erroneously reads " serenity." Richmondshire II 278.

Yeates

(W. stone edging). In loving memory William Flasby Yeates of Kirkby Lonsdale who d. the 22nd of May 1879 aged 59 years.

Yeates

(W). In memory of Leonard Yeats, second son of James and Agnes Yeats of Keastwick, who died October 25th 1847 aged 30 years. Agnes Yeats wife of James Yeats, who died April 14th 1857 aged 67 years. Gilbert Yeats youngest son of James and Agnes Yeats, who died April 18th 1857 aged 30 years. N.B.-Judith Carus (W. wall) p.85. This slab seemed to Mr. Bellasis to have a date just decipherable, i.e. 1786. A note of his upon it reads ' Near (this place) Are interred the Remains of . . . Wife of . . . She died 1786 . . . Are interred the Rem(ains) of . ."