North of the Sands

Westmorland Church Notes - Raincock

 

Raincock Windermere

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

Raincock Windermere

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