(In. brass, N. Bellingham chapel). Nigh to this pillar lies ye Body of Mrs. Frances Strickland
, late Wife to Mr. John Strickland
,â€ & da. to Edward Backhouse of Morland Esq. She was Born 1690 â€œ Marryâ€™d 24th June 1708 â€œ Buryâ€™d 1725 Emblem of Temporal Good, The Day that gave Her Birth & Marr'age saw Her in the Grave Wing'd with its native Love her Soul took flight, To Boundless Regions of Eternal Light. * Round the ceiling of this chapel are 4 shields with Arms, I, & II. Strickland
with border (as above). III. 4ly, I & 4 Deincourt; 2 & 3, Strickland
. IV. The same (but died and S. not repeated 41y). impaling Neville. On the screen enclosing half the chapel are the Strickland
arms with border. â€ The word Strickland
is evidently a contraction of, or an error for Strickland
- gate. The "brass" previous to 1850-2 was affixed to the large angular pillar (north) which bounds the chapel. (Mr. Jennings).