(Brass, chancel floor). To Memory of Ann (Wife of Joseph Thornton
Gent) Whose corruptible part is here deposited Till it shall be raised in Incoruption (sic). She died a Sincere Member of the Christian Church: Carefully Obedient to the precepts; Firmly believing the promises; Humbly confiding in the Merits of her blessed Redeemer, God Incarnate. Amidst the Blessings of Life which She chearfully enjoy'd; The Duties of it, which She faithfully discharg'd; The pleasures of it, in which She innocently Shar'd She forgot not Immortality, Still mindfull of the Shortness and uncertainty, the Value and Importance of Time. Her early care was so to employ it, as thereby to purchase a blissful Eternity, Hence Reader, learn to die. Ob. 30Ã¢â‚¬â€œMarch, A.D. -1746, .Ãƒâ€ t.Ã¢â‚¬â€œ39.