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1858 ; mar. 27 Alexander Parry


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General Sir William
Ponsonby, K.C.B. 1st

1812 ; bapt. 26 Sep. 1812 (vide
Cathedral Register). Vicar of Latton,
Wilts ; M.A. ; Hon Canon of Bristol.

del Bouverie of Brymore, co.
Somerset. 2nd wife.


A son, died

Mary Beadon,
born 1842.

A son,
died in-


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don, born 1850.

Frances Beadon,
born 1852.

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Beadon, Rev. . ,

born Jones.

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Margaret Beadon,
born 1861.

Harriet, da. of Major=j=Sir Cecil Beadon, K.C.S.I.,=f=Agnes, da. of Annabella^Henry Austin

Sneyd. 1st wife.

Lieut.-Governor, Bengal ;
born 1816 ; died 1880.

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Esq. 2nd


Bruce, Esq., now
Lord Aberdare.

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of Bruce, died 1877

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don,bornl870. born 1872. born 1877 ; died 1880. born 1875. born 1879.

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don, died infant. Derbyshire Regiment, born 1869. died infant. don, born 1875.

Eve Beadon, died Madeline Beadon, Elinor Ruth Beadon, Phoebe Charlotte Beadon,
infant. died infant. died 1886. born 1882.

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died infant.

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Cecil Beadon, Henry Cecil Grace Ellen Agnes Vernon Doris Beadon,

died infant. Beadon. Beadon. Beadon. Beadon. Beadon. died infant.

Edward Beadon^Edith, da. of Charles

born 1846 ; died

Edwards, Esq.


a Court

Charles Cecil

Edward Snejd

: Florence, da. Hyde Elphinstone Harold
of Colonel Beadon, born 1851; Beadon,
Dixon. died 1885. born 1853.

Charles a Court Phyllis Beadon.


To the memory

of Charles Moss, A.M.

Arch d of S* David's and Canon

and Precentor of this church

who died May 1805 aged 68.

And of his children

Sarah who died June 1796 aged 14,

Charles, A.M. Prebendary of this Cathedral

who died October 1801 aged 24,

and of John who died May 1811 aged 27.

Desiring her remains may be deposited

in this Church with her most beloved husband

and in hope of a Joyful resurrection

with them through Christ

to life everlasting

Mary who died in 1825 Eet. 76,

erected this monument.

Arms : Ermine, a cross patee sable. Crest : From a mural coronet, an eagle's head.



EYRE. To the memory of the Rev d Thomas Eyre, LL.D.,

eldest son of the Reverend Thomas Eyre sometime Chancellor of this Diocese

and brother of Sir James Eyre, Knt. Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas.

Rector of Fovant and Chilmark in the County of Wilts

Treasurer of Wells Cathedral and Canon Residentiary of Wells and Salisbury

who died March 26 th 1812 aged 81,

deservedly respected, beloved, and lamented.

Also to the memory of Arabella Eyre, sister of the Rev d Thomas Eyre, LL.D.

who died January 15 th 1784 aged 45.

Also to the memory of Ann Eyre Relict of the Rev d Thomas Eyre, LL.D.

who died August the 28 th 1823 aged 78 years.

Arms : Arg., on a chev. set. three quatrefoils of the first, Eyre ; imp. Arg., a chev.
betw. seven dragons' 1 heads erect couped close to the head vert, 4, 1, and 2, from the
mouth of each a cross-crosslet fitchee gu., Michell of Truro, Cornwall.


1742 Dec. 10


Oct. 8
Jan. 22
April 11

Cathedeal Register.
Frances dau. of the Rev. Thomas Eyre and Ann his w., having

been privately bap., was received into the Church 5 June.
Ann and Henrietta daus. of M r Chancellor Eyre, born and
privately bap.

Margaret Ann dau. of Thomas and Ann Eyre.
M rs Arabella Eyre, of Close Hall in this Liberty.
Rev. Thomas Eyre, LL.D., Treasurer and Canon Residentiary of
this Cathedral, aged 81. In the Lady Chapel.

1732 May 17

1733 Aug. 19

St. Cuthbert Parish Register.
Richard s. of the Rev. M r Chancellor Eyre ; born 16 April, priv.

bap. ; from High Street.
Margaret dau. of y e Worshipful M r Eyre, Chancellor of this
Diocese, of High Street ; born 18 Aug., priv. bap., and carried
to y e Cathedral 21 Sep.




to the memory

Susanna Letitia
wife of
HENNING. Charles Masterman Henning

of this Parish Esq.,
second Daughter of the late
NARES. Hon able Sir George Nares

one of his Majesty's Judges
of the Court of Common Pleas

She departed this life

December 25 th 1818 aged 55,

leaving issue one son and one daughter.

Sudden the stroke, but if to man be given
The power to judge what souls are fit for heaven
We well may hope, Her spirit was prepared,
And God in mercy all harsh warnings spared.

Arms : Barry of six arg. and az., on a chief gu. three plates ; imp. Gu., on a fe,
arg. three spear-heads sa.


To the memory of

George Layng, gent.

(son of Henry Layng, D.D. Archdeacon and

Canon Residentiary of this Cathedral)

who departed this life March 9, 1789

aged 74 years.


to his wife Mary

who died Sept. the 7 th 1786

aged 66 years.


And of

George, Eobert and Creyghton

sons of the above,

they died in their infancy.

This tablet is erected as a tribute of affection

by Ann Jeboult, widow,

their daughter.

(Mural tablet.)

BRYDGES. Eobertus Brydges

tarn coelo quam parentibus

desideratus post brevem in

terres indultam absenti moram

accitus paruit puer innocens

nondum octennis et obiit

Nov. 12, 1712.

Non queremur viator

mortem non agimus

injuriarum damno

flecit minore quae

pauciores plures annos


Jacet cum 4 t0 filius Marshal

et Franciscaa Brydges

quam quae.

(Mural tablet.)

To the memory of the
BRYDGES. Rev* 1 Robert Brydges and Rachael his wife

the former lies interred near this place


This tablet is erected by their relative

George Brydges Granville Esq.

of the City of Chester, Banker


(Mural tablet.)



Sacred to the memory of
BRYDGES. Kempe Brydges, Gentleman late of this city

youngest son of Marshal Brydges late Chancellor

and Canon Residentiary of this Cathedral

who departed this life in the Seventy-seventh year of his age.

Also of Eleanor Brydges wife of the said

Kempe Brydges, who died in her eighty-fourth year.

After living together above fifty years surrounded

by every domestic comfort and beloved by all that knew them

are interred in the same grave near to this spot leaving

issue one son Kempe Brydges, and one daughter

GRANVILLE. Frances Granville, the latter of whom erected this

monument from motives of the purest

affection and veneration.

(Mural tablet.)

Marshal Brydges was the third son of Marshal Brydges of Tiberton Court, co.
Hereford (son of William Brydges of Tiberton Court, by Ann, daughter and coheir
of Edmund Marshal, Esq., of Essex), by Mary, daughter of Francis Kempe, Esq., of
Wycombe, Bucks, and so of founder's kin at All Souls, Oxford. Born 2 Dec.
1665. He became a Fellow of All Souls College, took Holy Orders, was Chancellor
and Canon Residentiary of Wells Cathedral. He married Frances, daughter of
Robert Creyghton, only surviving son of Robert Oreyghton, Bishop of Bath and
Wells, by whom he had issue : —

i. William Brydges of London, died s.p.

ii. Edmund, married first, 15 Jan. 1739, Elizabeth, daughter and heir of William
Brydges (son of Francis, son of Marshal Brydges and Mary Kempe) of Tiberton
Court, and had an only son Francis William Thomas Brydges of Tiberton Court,
who, by his wife Anne, fifth daughter of Thomas Phillipps, Esq., of Eaton Bishop,
had two daughters his coheirs : Ann, married Rev. Henry Lee Warner of Walsing-
ham Abbey in Norfolk ; and Catherine, married the Rev. Reginald Wynniatt of
Guiting Grange, co. Gloucester.

in. Kempe Brydges of Wells, married Miss Eleanor Dawson, and dying in 1792
left issue : 1, Kempe, born in 1749, married .... daughter of ... . Crabtree of
Suffolk, by whom he had two daughters ; 2, Frances, married George Grenville, Esq.


iv. Robert, died young in 1712.

v. Robert, in Holy Orders.

vi. Frances, married .... Hiuchliffe, Esq., of London.

Arms : Arg., on a cross sa. a leopard' 's face or.

For a fuller account of this family see Burke's ' Commoners.'

Cathedral Register.
1702 Oct. 16 Marshal s. of M r Marshall Bridges and Frideswade his w.
170f William s. of Marshal Bridges and Frideswade (sic) ; born 20

1704 Mar. 7 Robert s. of Marshal Bridges, clerk, of this Liberty, and Frances

his w.
1711 Feb. 12 Edmund s. of M r Marshal Bridges, Chancellor of this Church ;

born 25 Jan. preceding.
17yf Jan. 7 Robert s. of M r Marshal Bridges and Frances his w.
1715 May 5 Ann dau. of M r Marshal Bridges and Frances his w. ; born 18


1702 Dec. 25 Marshal s. of M r Marshal Bridges.
1730 June 25 M rs Brydges, widow of the Rev. M r Marshal Brydges, Chancellor

and Canon Residentiary.
1771 Nov. 16 The Rev. M r Robert Bridges.
1783 Feb. 14 M rs Eleanor Brydge, aged 83 ; in the Lady Chapel.

From the Bishop's transcripts of parish registers we find that Thomas Bridges,
Esq., and Mrs. Anna Rodney were married at Pilton 15 Oct. 1640 ; and the same
authority supplies the baptism of Mary, daughter of Mr. Richard Bridges, at the
Abbey Church of SS. Peter and Paul, Bath, on 14 Dec. 1624. While from the
marriage allegations at Wells we learn that Mr. Arthur Flower applied for a licence
for the marriage of William Merricke of Keynsham, merchant, and Hester Bridges
of Winterburne, co. Gloucester, spinster, which was granted 30 Nov. 1677, the
marriage to take place at Keynsham, Farmborough, Farleigh, or Compton Dando.

H. S. E.
CREYGHTON. Robertus Creyghton vel Crichton, primum

Thesaurarius hujus ecclesa? CathedraliR dein Decanus

demum Bathon & Wellen : Episcopus, natus Deniecaledonia?

in Borealis Scotia? : per patrem Thomam ex antiquis

Ruvenia? Toparchiis, per matrem Margaretam Stuart

Johannis Jacobidas filiam ex illustrissima familia

Stuartorum comitum Atholia? Johannis 2 di Scotia? Regis

a fratre pronepos Egit in terris 79 circiter annos

Quorum 6 consumpsit Westmonasterii in schola Regia

26 Cantabrigia? in Trinitatis Collegio, aliquandia Orator

Academise publicus et simul Greece Lingua? professor atq : alios



in super 26 duobus Regibus subservit, Caroli 1 et 2 sacellanus

in ordine per omnes illorum temporum calamitates utriq : fide-

lissimus exul. Caroli 2 dl inperpetuo comitatu. Tandema Rege

Regum accepit mercedem. Quam mortale corpus meruit

et quam imortalis anima speravit :

Novem. xxi° oiodolxxii

Anno consecrationis tertio.

(Mural tablet.)

This inscription was doubtless formerly part of the large monument, having the
recumbent effigy of the Bishop, in the St. John Chapel. The statement in Burke's
'Commoners' (vol. iv., p. 55), on the authority of this monument, that Bishop
Creyghton was born at Dunkeld, is an error. The deduction from the inscription
appears to be that the Bishop's father, Thomas Crichton, was a younger son of
Crichton of Ruthven, but the arms being different, for Crichton of Ruthven bore,
Arg., a lion ramp, az., on a chief of the last three lozenges of the first ; while the
head of the family at that time, Viscount Frendraught, bore, Arg., a lion ramp, az.,
armed and langued gu., Ruthven being a cadet of Frendraught, but it is quite
possible the Bishop discontinued the chief and made the field ermine for difference.

By his wife Frances, daughter of William Walrond, Esq., he had : —

i. Robert, Canon of Wells, etc., who married and had issue : Alexander, died
1739 ; Catherine, married Rev. Henry Layng, Archdeacon of Wells ; Frances,
married Marshall Brydges ; and Margaret, mar. Rev. John Pope, Chancellor of

ii. Thomas, buried in the Cathedral.

in. George.

iv. Katherine, mar. to Francis Poulett.

The Bishop's will is dated 17 Nov. 1672, and was proved by his son Robert 31
Dec. 1672. (P.C.C., 148 Eure.)

H. S. E.
CREYGHTON. Francisca Creyghton

Annos nata 68 denata 3° Calend

Nov brl8 1683 Gulielmi Walrond arm ri F.

Rev ndl in X t0 Patris ac D fti Roberti Bathon & Wellen


Epi. conjux vidua, bis Relicta, marito non ita pridem

defuncto, quondam exule : digna meliore fortuna

nisi esset incertum an de Secunda qua modeste ac

moderate uti, an de infensa qua frui didicit filicius

atq. illustrius triumphant, neq : enim unquam comisit

ut quam sors versabilis et lubrica toties exercuisset,

ipsa sibi non constaret aut esset dissimilis sui etiam

cum omnibus vitae ornamentis spoliaretur pcene ad

invidiam magna Exule marito, dum nondum ingravesceret

valetuto, cum pestibus patriae cum perduellam

fanaticorum odio, annis plus minus x strenue ; Reduce

cum morbo crudeliore fortiter xx annos integros

et quod supra est conflixit : Tanti stetit ilia victoria.

Nos infelices reliquiae, si harum rerum recordatio et

memoria una cum ilia occidisset defunctee desiderium

ferre non possemus nunc vero in pussimae foeminae

nomine atq' exemplo conquiescentes exultare plane

videmur victoresq' de fortunll ac de omni prorsus

delore triumphamus.

Hanc quasi virtutis aram ad memoriam

(Bternitatis posuit super stes filius R. C.

ffujus EccVia Prcecentor et Canonicus.

Arms : Arg., three bulls' heads caboshed sa., "Walrond, being those of her family
only. This tablet is doubtless only a portion of the original monument. Her father
is commemorated by a floorslab in the Cathedral, which see.

Her will, as Frances Creyghton of Wells, widow, dated 20 November 1678, and
proved 22 February 1683 by her son Robert (P.C.C., 13 Hare), names her grandson
Robert, son of Dr. Robert Creyghton ; also Katherine and Margaret, daus. of Robert
Creyghton, D.D. ; her dau. Katherine Poulett ; and her son George Creyghton.

In the Parish Register of St. Cuthbert, Wells, is recorded the marriage of John
Creyghton of Drysdale, co. Annandale, Scotland, and Jane Dowden of East Pennard
on 2 January 1718. In the same register we find the baptism of Mary, dau. of
William and Abigail Creyghton on 7 June 1696.

The following Creyghton entries from the Cathedral Registers will be most
conveniently grouped together here :—


Robert s. of M r Robert Creyghton and Fersweed his w.
Katherine dau. of M r Robert Creyghton and Fredesweed his w.
Margaret dau. of M r Robert Creyghton and Fredesweed his w.
Frances dau. of D r Robert Creyghton and Frisweed his w.
Frizweed dau. of D r Robert Creyghton and Frizweed his w.
Margaret dau. of M r Robert Creyghton and Susanna his w.




















1713 Jan. 5 Catherine dau. of M r Robert Creyghton and Susanna his w.

1715 July 14 Matthew s. of M r Robert Creyghton and Susanna his w. ; born

4 July.

1716 Nov. 6 Henry s. of M r Robert Creyghton and Susanna his w.

1719 May 8 Stuart dau. of M r Robert Creyghton and Susanna his w. ; born

17 April.
1721 April 14 Elizabeth dau. of M r Robert Creyghton and Susanna his w. ; born

3 April.
1730 Oct. 15 John s. of M r John Taylor, jun r ; born 30 Sep.


1695 April 17 M r Henry Lang, of Winsham, and M rs Catherine Creyghton.
1701 Dec. 2 M r Marshall Bridges and Frances Creyghton, of this Liberty.
170^ Feb. 14 M r John Pope, of Wells, and M rs Margaret Creyghton, of this

1725 Nov. 18 John Taylor, apothecary, of the parish of S l Cuthbert, and Susan

Creyghton ; by licence.


1672 Dec. — Robert Creyghton, Lord Bishop of the Diocess, was buried in

M r Thomas Creyghton.
Lady Frances Creyghton, of the Liberty.
Capt. George Creyghton.
Fresweed w. of D r Creyghton.
Margaret dau. of M r Robert Creyghton.
Robert s. of D r Robert Creyghton, M.A., and Precentor of this

D r Robert Creyghton, Precentor and Canon of this Cathedral ; died

17 Feb.
Susanna w. of M r John Taylor.
M rs Ann Creyghton.
M rs Creyghton.








June 13






















Will of A. Creighton.

Alexander Creighton of St. John's, Glastonbury, mercer. Will dated 7 Aug.
1736 ; proved at Wells 18 Aug. 1739 by the trustees. Names marriage settlement
with Hannah his wife, annuity of twenty pounds a year ; confirms certain rent
charges to John Earle of Shepton Mallet, mercer ; John Routhedge of Newport
Pagnel, Bucks, laceman ; John Wilcox, woolcomber ; and James Fell, schoolmaster,
both of St. John, Glastonbury, in trust. The house, etc., in which he dwells, with
other lands, to his son John Creighton at 21 years of age, remainder over to dau. Mary,
wife of the above John Routhedge. Brother John Creighton of Drusedale in the co.
of Annandale in Scotland. Witnesses, Robert Watson, John Stroud, William
Maddock. Seal, an eagle displayed, but not on a shield.



TURNER. Near this place are deposited the remains

of the Venerable John Turner, A.M., Archdeacon of Taunton

and for the space of almost Forty year Canon Residentiary of this Cathedral

during which period he watched with singular constancy

over the performance of those solemn services to which it is consecrated.

His unaffected piety displayed itself in his pastoral character,

by the singleness of heart with which he discharged its important duties

within these walls, by the simple and artless eloquence with which he enforced

the Doctrines of Christianity in every relation of life, by the Purity, innocence

and active benevolence of his whole conduct.

In testimony of deep and affectionate veneration

his three surviving children have raised this monument to his memory.

Born May 31 st 1734. Died March 28 th 1817.

Arms : Erm., on a cross quarterly pierced sa. four millrinds arg. ; imp. Arg.,
two bars gu., in chief a lion pass. gard. of the second. Crest : A lion pass. gard. sa.,
holding in the dexter paw a millrind arg.

The colours of the crest are sometimes reversed, the lion being silver and the
millrind sable.



Sacred to the memory of

Elizabeth Maria Louisa

relict of the Venerable John Turner

Archdeacon of Taunton and
Canon Residentiary of this Cathedral,

eldest daughter of

Vice Admiral Sir William Burnaby




late of Broughton Hall

in the county of Oxford.

She died December 10 th 1829

aged 84 years,

Cathedral Register.
1786 June 11 William Henry s. of John Turner, Archdeacon of Taunton, and

Elizabeth his w., baptized.
1788 Nov. 9 Harriot Anne dau. of the Rev. John Turner, Archdeacon of Taunton,

and Elizabeth Maria Louisa his w., baptized ; born 12 Oct.
1791 Nov. 12 Marianne dau. of the Rev. John Turner and Elizabeth Maria

Louisa his w. : born 14 Oct.

In memory of
PARFITT. William Parfitt

of this city


who died 23 rd May 1837

aged 56 years.

This monument was erected

by his affectionate widow.

Also of Ann

widow of the above named

William Parfitt

who died 9 th November 1841

aged 66 years.

Sacred to the memory of
PARFITT. the Rev d Peter Lewis Parfitt who after 57 years' service

as Priest Vicar

of this Cathedral died in the 80 th year of his age

17 th December 1857.


of his eldest son Edward Parfitt Gent.

Deputy Registrar of this Diocese

who died the 4 th November

1857 aged 48 years.

And of Eliza

widow of the Rev d P. L. Parfitt

who died in this city 3 rd March 1871

aged 86.



Beneath this stone are deposited the mortal remains
FRANKLAND. of the Rev d Roger Frankland, M.A.

of Muntham in Sussex, Canon of this Cathedral, Rector of Yartington

and Yicar of Dulverton both in this Diocese.

He was the youngest son of Ad 1 Sir Tho s Frankland Bart, of Thirkleby in Yorkshire,

was born on the 17 tb Nov r 1762, and married the 14 th of June 1792

Catherine youngest daughter of John, 9 th Lord Colville

of Culross in the kingdom of Scotland & by her he had twelve children.

To a highly cultivated & accomplished mind which shone forth

COLVILLE. even in his last days, he united

all the warm & benevolent feelings of the heart, his truly

gentlemanlike & engaging manners,

his ready and lively wit, added to his universal knowledge made him

a brilliant and cherished ornament to society.

In his intercourse with mankind, he was strictly honourable & upright in

the fulfilment of the relative duties of life.

None could exceed him for he was a good son, a tender faithful &

affectionate husband, a fond and indulgent parent.
Tho' blest with talents calculated to shine in public life he early

retired to the duties of a village pastor,

which he faithfully discharged for twenty six years beloved and

respected by all his parishioners.

The mild patience & resignation with which he supported his last illness

united to his affectionate & touching deportment

to his weeping and surrounding family must ever be present to their

recollection & endear his memory to their hearts.

Finally, beloved & regretted by all who knew him he departed this

life the 25 th of March 1826

and (to use his own words) in the full hope of the mercies of God thro'

the redemption of Jesus Christ.

This monument is erected & inscribed to his memory by his devoted wife

& deeply afflicted widow.



Arms : Az., a dolphin emb. or, on a chief of the second two saltires gu., Frankland ;
imp. Quarterly, 1 and 4, Arg., a cross moline sa., Colville ; 2 and 3, Gu., afess chequy
arg. and sa., Lindsey. Crest : A dolphin arg. hauriant and entivined round an anchor
erect ppr. Motto : Franke Lande. There ought to be a mullet above the dolphin,
the difference of a third son, the Rev. R. Frankland being the third son of the fifth



To the memory of
the Hon able Catherine widow of the
late Rev d R. Frankland, Canon of

this Cathedral, who departed

this life 19 th Sep r 1843 at Clifton

aged 71 years.

Her remains were interred in

Bristol Cathedral with those of her

father Lord Colville of Culross.

She was a virtuous and loving

wife and the affectionate

mother of 12 children one of

whom erected this tablet.

Of these children : —

i. Frederick William Frankland succeeded his cousin as eighth Baronet.

ii. Edward Augustus Frankland, Rear- Admiral R.N.

in. Charles Colville Frankland, Admiral R.N., died in 1876.

iv. George Frankland, Lieutenant 65th Regiment, born Jan. 1800, died 30 Dec.
1838, having married, 18 July 1822, Anne, third daughter of Thomas Mason of
London, Solicitor, by whom he had a son and two daughters, viz. (1) Augustus

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