(In. S). Near this Place on the Outside lie The Remains of those two excellent Persons, Henry and Elizabeth Fothergill
of Lockholm in this Parish, the Former of whom departed this life April 25,1753 aged 82, The Latter, March 5, 1766 aged 88, after having lived most happily together in the holy State of Matrimony near 53 years. Also the Remains of their two eldest Children and only Daus. Margaret who died December . 16 aged11,& Eliza,Novr.10 aged 9, both in the years. 1713. Also the remains of their sixth Son James, a Youth of Great Hopes, who died Augt. 25, 1739 aged 19. And of their daughter -in-Law Alice Wife of William F. who died in Childbed November 11,1745 aged 23. S. also m. their eldest Son George Fothergill
, died D. and Principal of St. Edmund Hall in Oxford where he lies interred who departed this life October 5, 1760, aged 54. He was a Person of great Parts and Learning, and of most exemplary Piety and Virtue, which made his Death greatly lamented. By his side is buried the Body of Hen. Son of William . & Alice F||, Taberdar of Queen's Coll. Oxford, who deceased June 27, 1767. He was a very deserving young Man and learned and knowing above his years. This Monument was erected by their five surviving Sons, Ricd. F||, of Lockholm ; Hen. F||, Memory of A. Rector of Cheriton Bp. in Devonshire ; William . F||, of Crossbank; Tho. F||, died D. Provost of Queen's ColI., Oxford; and Joseph F||, of Waingarths; In the years. of our Lord MDCCLXVII. Armsâ€“-Sa. buck's head erased within bordure engrailed or, impaling Ar. on bend azure 3 dolphins naiant embowed or. (Fawcett).