North of the Sands

Westmorland Church Notes - Cotton

 

Cotton Burton In Kendal

(In. S). In memory of Thomas Dicey Cotton of Curwen Woods in this parish Esquire one of the magistrates for the County of Westmorland, eldest son of the late Thomas Cotton of Chase Lodge, Enfield in the County of Middlesex Esquire, he departed life on the 7th day of October 1835, in the 38th years. of his age, and he left one surviving child William Charles Cotton. This monument was erected by his Widow Elizabeth Maria Cotton of Curwen Woods as a tribute of affectionate regard, esteem, and regret. In memory of the above mentioned Elizabeth Maria Cotton who died September 13th 1851 in the 50th years. of her age, also in m. the above mentioned William Charles Cotton of Curwen Woods, who d. June 20th, 1860, in the 28th years. of his age. Arms 41y, 1. & 4. chevron between 3 cotton banks, in chief label of 3 points. 2 ar. cross flory sa. 3 from sinister, arm and hand holding hammer, 4, 3 mullets ar. Over all inescutcheon. sa. in bend 2 mullets ar. crest, hawk resting on staff.

Cotton Burton In Kendal

(S. altar tomb, rail). In memory of Thomas Dicey Cotton of Curwen Woods Esqr. who died October 7th 1835 aged 38, also of Frederick Henry, infant son of the above who died 3rd July 1835 aged 11 days, and of Elizabeth Maria Cotton the widow of Thomas Dicey Cotton Esqre. above mentioned, she died September 13th 1851 in the 50th years. of her age, also of William Charles Curwen Esqre. eldest son of the above Thomas Dicey and Elizabeth Maria Cotton who died June 20th 1860 in the 28th years. of his age, also of Mary Beck Cotton, widow of the above William Charles Cotton Esquire, who died July 23rd 1875 in the 37th years. of her age.