In. brass, Bellingham chapel E. formerly on 4th pillar, 2nd aisle S. Mr. Nicholson's Annals). To The Memory Of The Most Religious, & Orthodox Christian, The most Loyal Subject, & most ancient & Serviceable Member of this Corporation, whereof He was once Alderman, and thrice Maior : William Guy
of Water-Crook Gentleman, who dyed the twenty-fifth day of December In the Year of Our Lord MDCLXXXIII His Age LXXXVI Had Loyalty been Life, Brave Guy
, thou'd.st Than Stood Kendall's Everlasting Alderman, Nay, could the joynte united force of All That's good or vert'ous over death prevaile Thy life's pure thre'd noe Time or Fate could sever And thou'dst still Liv'd to pray, King live for Ever But thou art ~one ; A proof such Vertue is Too Good for Earth, And onely fit for Bliss, And blissful Seats; Where, if bless'd Spirits doe Concern themselves with any thing below Thy pray'r's the same, Thou still do'st Supplicate For Charles his Life, For England's Church, & State, Whil'st to Thy just Eternal memory, Envy & Malice must in this Agree, None better Lov'd, or Serv'd, his Prince than Thee.