North of the Sands

Westmorland Church Notes - Weguelin

 

Weguelin Windermere

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