(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,â€“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.