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Westmorland Church Notes - Huddleston

 

Huddleston Grasmere

(S. altar tomb). David Huddlestone late of Elterwater Hall, died 27th October 1831, aged 65 years. David his eldest. Son died 31st March

Huddleston Grasmere

(S. altar tomb). David Huddlestone late of Elterwater Hall, died 27th October 1831, aged 65 years. David his eldest. Son died 31st March 1823 aged 22 years. Also of John his Son who died at Elterwater Hall 22nd June 1841 Aged 38 years. Also of Sarah his daughter who died 23rd May 1850 Aged 58 years. Also of John, Son of the above John Huddleston who died at Kendal l0th November . 1857 Aged 26 years. Also of David, Son of the above John Huddleston who died at Kendal 18th November . 1863 Aged 35 years. And Also In I. R. William third son and Grandson of the above, later of Elterwater and of Kirkby near Liverpool who died in his 52d years. December . 13th 1880.

Huddleston Heversham

(S. altar tomb). In m, Isabella Wife of Thomas Huddlestone of Milnthorpe who died August l0th, 1816 Aged 63 years. Also the above Thomas Huddlestone of Milnthorpe, for many years. Court Bailiff to the Hon. Fulk Greville Howard, who d. May 2nd, 1829 Aged 78 years. Also of Anthony Huddlestone their Son, who died January 25th 1823, Aged 41 years. Also of Thomas Huddlestone their Son who died October 7th, 1874 Aged 84 years.

Huddleston Kendal

(E). In memory of John Guy late of Garths, Hut ton le Hay, who died September 17, 1790 Aged 32, also of Mary his daughter who died October 27, 1794 Aged 4, and of Isabella Guy his Mother who died August 2, 1809 Aged 78. Also of Mary Huddlestone who died June 12, 1838 Aged 77 years. also Thomas Burra formerly of Watters near Shap who died September lst 1838 aged 53 years. also Margaret his wife who died May 11th 1854, aged 64 years.

Huddleston Kendal

(N. E. altar tomb). In memory of Jane, Wife of David Huddlestone late of this Town, Banker, who died 18th June 1815 aged 44 years. , And of Agnes their Sixth daughter who died 24th May 1813 in the eighth years. of her age. Also of Margaret their Seventh daughter who died 6th October 1820 aged 12 years. David Huddlestone, Late of Elterwater Hall died 27th October 1831 Aged 65 years. David his Eldest Son died 31st March 1823 Aged 22 years. Also of John his Son, who died at Elterwater Hall 22nd June 1841 Aged 38 years. Sarah his daughter died 23rd May 1850, aged 58 years. John, Son of the above John Huddlestone died at Kendal l0th November . 1857 Aged 26 years. David, Son of the above John Huddlestone died at Kendal 18th November . 1863 Aged 35 years.

Huddleston Windermere

In. E. chancel window, 7 lights. Subjects: centre, the Crucifixion : & 5 larger figures & one group, i.e., on dexter, the Blessed Virgin, St. George & Dragon, & St. Barbara with tower; on sinister, St. John the Evangelist, St. Catherine with sword and wheel, & 2, Archbishops, & St. Stephen with stone, and St. Lawrence with gridiron. Above transom; the Resurrection, the Blessed Virgin and Holy Infant Entry into Jerusalem, &c. Above, 6 smaller groups. Smaller groups (counting from dexter). I. Augustinian or Black Canon with rosary, &c., kneeling beneath legend, thereon John Plo, P'or of Kerkmel. II. Knight and lady kneeling, Arms (on his surcoat and her mantle,) erm. fretty gu. (Thornburgh) and (on her kirtle) ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross of field (Broughton) beneath legend Willm Thornboro and hys Wyff. III. 8 Black Canons, and on labels issuing from mouths W. Hartley, Thomas Hogson, Willym Bareaye, Willm Purfoot, Roger Thwaites, George Fis(her ?). IV. Knight and lady &c., arms (as before) or, 5 fusils conjoined in fess az. (Pennington) and 41y ar. (shd. be or) and gu. on bend sa. 3 escallops of 1st (Eure) beneath legend Pennyghton and hys Wyff. V. Knight and lady, &c.,arms, ar. 2 bars and on canton gu. cross moline or. (Kirkby) and barry of 8 ar . and gu. beneath legend . . . Kirk by . . . VI. Knight and lady, &c., arms, ar. on bend sa.4 spades of field (Swetenham) and ar. on chevron az. 8 plates each with cross sa. beneath legend . . . milady hys. . . . † Arms (in lights above transom). I. ar. cross wavy gu. (for Lawrence) ; II. ar. on bend sa. 3 plates, thereon cross gu. (for Urswick); III sa. fretty, label of 3 points ar. (Harrington) ; IV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points az. (for Huddleston) impaling ar. fleur-de-lis gu. (for Levenshulme) ; V. sa. fretty ar. (Harrington) ; VI. ar. 2 bars, on canton gu. (maunch) or (for Bardsey) impaling gu. 6 lioncels rampant ar. 3, 2, I, (Leyborne) ; VII. gu. fretty ar. (Huddleston); VIII. 41y, I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. in chief 3 torteaux (Grey), 2 & 3, 4ly I & 4 gu. maunch or (for Hastings) 2 & 3 barry of 6 ar. & az. (Valens). IX. 41y I & 4 barry of 6 ar. & az. (for Grey), 2 & 3 blank X, ar saltire engrailed sa. thereon mullet of field (Middleton) ; XI 4ly I & 4 ar. 2 bars, in chief 3 etoiles gu. (Lowick) 2 & 3 ar. cross wavy gu (for Lawrence) ; XII. 41y I & 4 sa. 3 1ions rampant ar. (Talbot) 2 & 3 sa. fretty ar. label of 3 points gu. (Harrington) ; XIII. gu. 3 (bull’s) heads caboshed ar. (for Boyvill of Milium) ; XIV. gu. fretty ar. label of 5 points vert (for Huddleston) ; XV. per pale or & vert lion rampant gu. (Mareschal & Cartmel Priory) ; XVI. gu. 3 cushions erm. tasselled or, pomme in centre for diff. (Redman) ; XVII. same as XV1.