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Angelina Goodman | Died March 17th, 1858 | Aged 5 years and
9 months. | A Wooden Cross.

5 In | loving memory of | Charles Goodman | died October 17,

1880 | aged 32 years.
Also of Sarah | wife of the above | Died November 5, 1892 |
Aged 48 years. (Text). Head Stone and Curbing.

6 In | affectionate | Remembrance of | Francis Walter Goodman |

Died January 21, 1900 | Aged 19 years.

Head Stone and Curbing.

7 In | Loving Remembrance | of | Charlotte Rogers | who fell

asleep Feby 21, 1906 | Aged 72 years.

A Stone laid flat, much dilapidated.

8 Fanny Lacon | Died | March 13, 1893 |

9 Here lieth the Body of | Daniel Allison. He | Departed this

life | January ye 26, 1695 | and in the 66 year of his age |
All you that my grave do view
I was on earth as well as you
But now in grave I here doth ly
Eare long were unto you must ply.

Deciphered loith -difficulty .

W. Bradbrook.



i See footnote (') p. 20.— Ed.



26



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CHURCHYARD INSCRIPTIONS.

(APPENDIX A TO EEPOET OF COMMITTEE.





Vol. i,


pp. 77-8.)








TRANSCRIPTION. TRAN-






PARISH


UNDERTAKEN | SCRIBED
BY— BY—


PRINTED


NOTES


Addington


H. W. B. Way-
man,








Adstock


>> >i








Akeley


>» )5








Amersham




L. H. Cham-










bers.






ASHENDON


C. W. Randall










Cloke.






Ashley Green . .






Modern Parish,










formed 1869.


Aston Abbots.










„ Clinton.










,, Sandford.










Astwood.










Aylesbury.










Barton Harts-










horn.










Beachampton.










Beaconsfield.










BlDDLESDEN.










Bierton.










Bledlow


C. W. Randall
Cloke.








„ Ridge..


,, .)








Bletchley




W. Brad-
brook.






BOARSTALL


C. W. Randall
Cloke.








BOVENEY.










Bradenham




T.W.Oswald-
Hicks


1913


Vol. II, The
Register of Eng.
Mom. Inscrip-
tions.


Bradwell




brook.






,, New..








Modern Parish.


Bow Brickhill . .




W. "Brad-
brook.






Great ,,




>>






Little , ,




>* >>






Brill


H.' W. B. Way-
man.








Broughton


»> »»








Buckingham.








*


Buckland.








Burnham.










Calverton.










Castle Thorpe.










Chalfont










St.Gilks.










„ St. Peter.










Chateridge








Modern Parish.


Chearsley.










Cheddington


H. W. B. Way-
man.









27



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CHURCHYARD INSCRIPTIONS.

Continued.



Chenies



Chesham . .

,, Bois ..

Chetwode.
Chicheley.
Chilton.
Cholesbury.
Claydon, Steeple.

„ East.

,, Middle.
Clifton Reynes.
Cold Brayfield.
coleshill



colnbrook.
Ceeslow.
Cdddington.
Datchet . .



Denham



Dinton.
Dorney.

DORTON.

Drayton

Beauchamp.
Drayton Parslow
Ddnton.
Edgecott.
Edlesborough . .

Ellesborough.

Emberton.

Eton

Eythorpe.
Farnham Royal..

Pawley

Fenny Stratford



rBANSCRIPTION.

UNDERTAKEN
BY—



L. H. Chambers



L. H. Chambers



H. L. A. Oswald-
Hicks.

T. W. Oswald-
Hicks



Pingest



Fleet Marston.



H. W. B. Way-
man.



H. L.A.Oswald-
Hicks.



C. W. Randall
Cloke.



TRAN-
SCRIBED
BY—



L. H. Cham-
bers.



W. Brad

brook.
T.W.Oswald

Hicks



1912



1913



Vide Chenies
Church and
Monuments,
by Adeline,
Duchess of Bed-
ford, London,
1901.



Modern Parish,
formerly in
Herts.



Part printed in
Parts ii, iii,
vol. I, The
Register of Eng .
Hon. Inscrip-
tions.



Vol. II, The
Register of Eng.
Mon. Inscrip-
tions.



28



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CHURCHYARD INSCRIPTIONS.

Continued.





TRANSCRIPTION.


TRAN-




PARISH


UNDERTAKEN
BY—


SCRIBED
BY—


PRINTED


NOTES


FOSCOTT.










FULMEB


C. W. Randall
Cloke.








Gawcott.










Gayhubst.










Geerabd's Ceoss








Modern Parish.


Gbandbobough.










Gbendon Undeb-










WOOD.










Geove


H. W. B. Way-
man.








Haddenham.










Halton.










Hambleden


T. W. Oswald-
Hicks.








Hampden, Geeat






Printed 1
E. A. Eb


888 with P.R. by
blewhite.


,, LITTLE


C. W. Randall
Cloke.








Hanslope.










Hardmead.










Haedwick.










Habtwell.










Haveesham.










Hawridge


H. W. B. Way-
man.








Hedgerley Dean


C. W. Randall
Cloke.








Hedsoe.










HlLLESDEN


T. W. Oswald-
Hicks.








HlTCHAM


,, ,,








HOGSTON.










HoBNHILL.










HOESENDEN.










HORTON.










Hoewood, Gee at










, , Little










Hdghenden


H. L. A. Oswald-
Hicks.








HULCOTT.










Ibstone


T. W. Oswald-
Hicks.








ICKPOBD . .


C. W. Randall
Cloke.








Ilmire.










IVEB


H. L. A. Oswald-
Hicks.








Ivee Heath


H. L. A. Oswald-
Hicks.








IVINGHOE


H. W. B. Way-
man.








Joedans


C. W. Randall
Cloke






Quaker Burial
Ground.


Kimble, Geeat.










,, Little.











29



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CHURCHYARD INSCRIPTIONS.
Continued.





TRANSCRIPTION.


TRAN-






PARISH


UNDERTAKEN


SCRIBED


PRINTED


NOTES




BY—


BY—






Lacey Geeen . .








Modern Parish,
formed 1857.


Lane End








Modern Parish,
formed 1867.


Langley.










Lathbury.










Latimer


L. H. Chambers.








Lavendon.










Leckhampstead.










Lee, The


L. H. Chambers.








Lenborodgh










LlLLINGSTONE










Darrell.










,, LOVELL.










Linford, Great.










,, Little.










Linslade.










Littleworth




. .




Modern Parish.


Common










Long Crendon.










Loughton




W. Brad-
brook.






Ludgarshall . .


H.W.B.Wayman








Maids Morton.










Marlow, Great.










,, Little.










Marsh Gibbon.










Marston, North.










Marsworth.










Medmenham


T. W. Oswald-
Hicks.








Mentmore


H. L. A. Oswald-
Hicks.








Milton Keynes.










Missenden, Great










, , Little




L. H. Cham-
bers.






Moulsoe.










Mursley




W. Brad-










brook.






Nash








Modem Parish,
formed 1894.


Newnton Long-




W. Brad-






VILLE




brook.






Newport Pagnell










Newton Blossom-










ville.










North Crawley.










Oakley.










Olney


H.W.B.Wayman








Oving.










Padbury.










Penn


C. W. Randall
Cloke.








Penn Street


0. W. Randall
Cloke






Modem Parish,
formed 1850.


PlTCHCOTT.











30



BUOKINGHAMSHIBE CHURCHYARD INSCRIPTIONS.-

Continued.





TRANSCRIPTION.


TRAN-






PARISH


UNDERTAKEN


SCRIBED


PRINTED


NOTES




BY—


BY—






PlTSTONE.










Preston Bisset.










Prestwood








Modern Parish,
formed 1849.


QUAINTON . .


H.W.B.Wayman








Quarrendon


,,








Radclive.










Radnage.










Ravenstone.










RlSBORODGH










Princes.










,, Monks.










St. Leonards'.










Saunderton.










Seer Green


C. W. Randall
Cloke.








Shabington.










Shalstone.










Shenley ..




W. Brad-
brook.






Sherrington.










Simpson




W. Brad-
brook.






Slapton.










Slough ..


H. L. A. Oswald-
Hicks.








Soulbury..


H.W.B.Wayman








Stantonbury


L. H. Chambers








Stewkeley











Stoke Goddington.










,, Hammond..




W. Brad-






,, Mandeville


L H. Chambers


brook.






Stokenchorch . .


T. W. Oswald-
Hicks.








Stoke Poges


C. W. Randall
Cloke.








Stone.










Stoney Stratford




L. H. Cham-










bers.






Stowe.










SWANBOURNE.










Taplow.










Tattenhoe.










Thornborough ..


L. H. Chambers








Thornton.










TlNGEWICK.










TOWERSEY.










TURVILLE


T. W. Oswald-
Hicks.








TURWESTON.










Twyford.










Tylers Green . .








Modern Parish,
formed 1863.


Tyringham.










Upton - cum-Chal-










vey.











31



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE CHURCHYARD INSCRIPTIONS.—

Continued.





transcription.


TRAN-






PARISH


UNDERTAKEN


SCRIBED


PRINTED


NOTES




BY—


BY-






Waddesdon.










Walton




W. Brad-










brook.






Waterstratford.










Wavendon.










Wendover


L. H. Chambers.








Westbury






Printed


Rev. R. Ussher
in The Bucking-
ham Advertiser.


Westcott.










Weston Turville


L.H.Chambers.








,, Under-










wood.










Wexham


H.W.B.Wayman








Whaddon.










Whitchurch




G. W. Wil-
son 1




MS. in Library
Bucks A. & A.
Soc. at Ayles-
bury.


Willen


H.W.B.Wayman








Winchendon










Nether.










,, Upper.










Wing.










WlNGRAVE


H.W.B.Wayman








WlNSLOW.










WOOBURN.










WOOLSTONE,




W. Brad-


1913


Vol. II, The


Great




brook.




Register of Eng.
Mon. Inscrip-
tions.


,, Little






M


,, ,,


Wolverton.










WORMINGHALL.










Wotton Under-










wood










WOUGHTON ON THE




W. Brad-


1912


Vol. I, The Regis-


Green




brook.




ter of Eng. Mon.
Inscriptions,
pp. 69-77.


Wraysbory


T. W. Oswald-
Hicks.








Wycombe High.










Chip-










ping.










,, West.






1





Mr. George Wm. Wilson of Wbitchurch in 1909, published in aid of the
Fund for the Restoration of the Parish Church of Whitchurch, an interesting
brochure entitled " Chronicles of Whitchurch, Bucks."' We regret to add
that Mr. Wilson died suddenly in Pebry., 1913.— Ed.

APPENDIX B.

Cemeteries.



AMERSHAM.

AYLESBURY.

BKACONSFIELD.

BUCKINGHAM.

CIIKSHAM.



HATCHET.

ETON.

FENNY STRATFORD.

LAVENDON.

Ml DOLE CLAYDON.



NEWPORT PAGNBLL
NORTH CRAWLEY.
STONEY STRATFORD.

WOLVERTON.
WYCOMBE.



Monumental Inscriptions within
the Church of St. Mary at
Belstead in the Hundred of
Samford in the County of
Suffolk.



Thomas Blosse major civitat. Norvicens. armig. fil. Thorn. Bloese
de Gippo arm. frat. Tob. Blosse de Gippo arm. obiit Sept. 11.
1632, sine prob.

Thomas Blosse of Belstead. His first wife was Mary da. and
heire of Will. Gage, of Ipswich. He and she left 5 children,
Tho. Tob. Will. Mary, Eliza. He died March 5, 1662.

William Blosse, d. July 16, 1632.

Edward Blosse, d. July 7, 1636.

sons of Thomas Blosse.

Tobias Blosse, son of Thomas Blosse. He was Rector of Belstead.
40 years, d. Jan. 30, 1693.

Mary, w. of the above, d. Oct. 7, 1705.

Tobias Blosse of Belscead, son of Thomas Blosse and Cecilia his
wife, d. Nov. 1, 1737, aged 40.

Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Sir Robert Darcy of Dartford in
Kent, Kt, whose father was servant unto the hopeful prince
Henry, whose grandfather was Sir Edward Darcy, Kt., ser-
vant to Queen Elizabeth. She was born in 1613, married
unto Thomas Blosse of Belstead, J. P., eldest son of Tobias
Blosse, and died Dec. 8, 1653, who left issue 2 sons, Darcy
and Charles Blosse, and 3 daughters, Grace, Sarah, and
Dorcas Blosse.

Maria Alderton, w. of G. A. Alderton of Copdock, da. of John and
Sarah Josselyu, d. June 28, 1841, aged 45.

Arabella, w. of William Garrood, da. of Thomas Taylor and Arabella
his wife late of Westhorpe in Suffolk, d. Dec. 7, 1760,
aged 32.

Arabella, her mother, died March 23, 1761, buried in this Chancel.

Tobias and Joseph, sons of William and Ann Garrood, died infants,
1737.

Ann, wife of William Garrood, d. Jan 8, 1752, aged 50.

William Garrood, Rector, d. April 1, 1789, aged 62.

Sarah, second wife of William Garrood junr, da. of the Rev. John
White and Sarah his wife of Nayland. d. Aug. 19, 1775,
aged 52.



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William Garrood, A.M., 52 years Rector, d. Aug. 19, 1785, aged 83.

Eicbard Golty, A.M., d. March 7, 1733, aged 42.

Mary, his wife, d. July 4, 1724, aged 30.

Richard, their son, d. July 23, 1723, aged 3.

Sir Eobert Harland, Bart., Admiral of the Blue. d. Feb. 21, 1784,

aged 69.
Dame Susannah Harland, wid. of Admiral Sir Robert Harland,

Bart., d. Feb. 7, 1805, aged 72.
Her daughter, Frances, who married Count Edward Dillon, d.

Oct. 23, 1777, aged 25.
Her daughter, Marianne Dorothy, who married the Hou. General

Dalrymple, brother to the 6th Earl of Stair ; mother to the

7th earl; d. Oct. 28, 1785, aged 29.
John Josselyn of Copdock, d. Feb. 20, 1819, aged 82.
Sarah his wife, d. Oct. 29, 1816, aged 72.
Charles Josselyn, d. Aug. 29, 1861, aged 78, son of John and Sarah

Josselyn formerly of Copdock.
Marianne Reynolds, d. June 11, 1765, aged 65, da. of Col. John

Duncombe ; w. of Col. Rowland Reynolds; mother of Lady

Harland.
Tobias Blosse of Belstead, s. of Thomas Blosse of Ipswich and

Joanna his wife, da. of Robert Canham of Swafham, Norfolk,

m. Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Siclemore of Ipswich, d. Jan. 6,

1630.
He left 2 sons, Thomas Blosse, who had 2 wives : Mary, da.

of William Gage of Ipswich, and Elizabeth da. of Sir

Robert Darcy of Dartford, Kent, and Tobias Blosse, who

married Elizabeth Loe, and 8 daughters, Alice, Elizabeth,

Joane, Mary, Abigail, Susanna, Dorcas, Deborah.



TABLETS RECORDING DETAILS OF CHARITIES.
1811.

Charles Bedingfield, late of Ditchingham in Norfolk, Gentleman,
by his will, dated Feb. 8, 1749, gave to his executors 80£,
to be laid out or secured, as they should think fit, for the
perpetual relief of the poor of the parish of Belstead. And
Mary King of Belstead aforesaid, spinster, gave the sum of
15£ in furtherance of the said Charity. And the said two
sums, amounting together to 95£, were laid out in the
purchase of a messuage and 4 acres 2 roods of land in the
said parish of Belstead, now in the occupation of Samuel
Harwood, vested in Sir Robert Harland, the Rev. Henry
Denny Berners, the Rev. Joshua Rowley, Peter Godfrey, Esqr.,
William Deane, Esqr., and Samuel Harwood, farmer, in trust
that they shall yearly employ and dispose of the clear rent,
income, and profit, which shall arise from the said messuage
and land, in and for the relief and benefit of the poor people
of the said parish of Belstead, as they the said trustees shall
think fit.

Samuel Harwood of Tuddenham Hall, Suffolk, son of Samuel
Harwood, formerly of Belstead, by will, dated 29th Oct.
3



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1887, bequeathed 150£ to trustees, to invest the same, the
annual proceeds of which shall be distributed every year
amongst such of the poor persons residing in the parish of
Belstead and not in receipt of parochial relief, as his trustees
shall from time to time think the most deserving and suitable
objects for the same.
The Bible, which is used in the Church, was printed at Cambridge
by John Hayes in 1674.
There are about 10 stones in the churchyard, which are un-
decipherable, and 2 mural tablets, and one tomb, in the Church,
which are also undecipherable.



Inscriptions from the Churchyard
of St. Mary Belstead.

Eichard Andrews, d. Feb. 2, 1840, aged 72.

Susan, his wife, d. Aug. 1, 1848, aged 77.

Edward Bagshaw, d. Sept. 30, 1868, aged 12.

Jeannette Maria Bailey, da. of Capt. E. S. Bailey, E.N. d. August

24, 1871.
Matilda Bamford, d. Jan. 15, 1905, aged 72.
William Brown, d. Oct. 12, 1875, aged 84.
Maria, w. of above, d. April 6, 1869, aged 85.
Joseph Bumstead, 40 years clerk of this parisb, d. Jan. 13, 1851,

aged 85.
Elizabeth, his wife, d. Oct. 18, 1857, aged 95.
John W. Charters, d. Feb. 21, 1887, aged 26.
George Washington Charters, d. Jan. 31, 1900, in his 73rd year.
Nathaniel, son of James and Ann Clarke, d. Jan. 11, 1823, aged 60.
Elizabeth, wid. of above, d. Feb. 8, 1853, aged 86.
Peter Clarke, d. Feb. 21, 1829, aged 70.
Elizabeth his wife.

Mary, w. of James Clarke, d. Dec. 5, 1785, aged 69.
Eobert Clarke, d. April 28, 1883, aged 54.
Eobert Arthur, d. May 16, 1874, aged 1 yr. 11 m.
Emily May, d. April 1, 1885, aged 2 yrs. and 6 days.
Children of Eobert and Louisa Clarke.
Mary, w. of Eichard Crouch, d. March 28, 1822, aged 60.
Eichard Crouch, d. Oct. 20, 1831, aged 65.
Abraham Day, d. March 11, 1823, aged 72.
Susanna, his wife, d. Jan. 14, 1821, aged 72.
Abraham Day, d. June 13, 1855, aged 77.
Ann, his wife, d. March 2, 1849, aged 66.
Caroline Dundas, d. March 8, 1877, aged 81.
Eliza Fairweather, d. Jan. 22, 1892, aged 60.
Noah Fairweather, d. April 17, 1885, aged 59.
William Taylor Fenning, d. Sept. 26, 1895, aged 64.



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Sarah, his wife, d. Feb. 8, 1877, in her 45th year.

Sarah, youngest da. of Samuel and Susannah Foulger, d. Sept. 4.

1871, aged 34.
Nathanael Garnham, d. July 9, 1861, aged 76.
Elizabeth, w. of above, d. Nov. 21, 1832, aged 44.
Eobert Garnham, d. June 7, 1851, aged 22.
Mahalah Garnham, d. April 10, 1841, aged 15.
Eobert Garnham, d. May 5, 1861.

Charlotte Garnham, wid. of above, d. June 30, 1902, aged 78.
John Garnham, d. April 21, 1886, aged 29.
Georgina, Lady Gwydyr, d. Nov. 20, 1892.
Ann, w. of William Harris, d. April 19, 1781, aged 61.
Elizabeth, relict of William Harris, d. Nov. 23, 1849, aged 65.
John Woods Harris, d. Sept. 12, 1842, aged 41.
John Harris, d. July 18, 1827, aged 75.
Eliz., his wife, d. July 7, 1828, aged 78.
Sarah Harris, d. April 12, 1846, aged 37.
William Harris, d. Oct. 14, 1840, aged 58.
William, son of William and Ann Harris, d. July 18, 1770, aged

19 y. 7 m.
William Harris, d. April 1, 1801, aged 82.
Emily Harvey, niece of Arthur aud Elizabeth Storey, d. April 8,

1885, aged 10.

Joseph Hazelton, d. May 6, 1893, aged 71.

Lucy, da. of above, d. Dec. 25, 1870, aged 24.

Louisa, w. of above, d. Nov. 10, 1904, aged 79.

Elizabeth, w. of Phillip Hazelton, d. Feb. 3, 1862.

Mary Ann, w. of Samuel Hedges, d. Oct. 11, 1866, aged 51.

Grace, da. of Major Heigham, m. (1) John W. Charters, (2) Gran-
ville Wm. Hely-Hutchinson, d. Jan. 26, 1903, aged 31.

William Clarke Jacobs, d. Sept. 30, 1849, aged 60.

Mary Ann Jacobs, wid. of above, d. June 7, 1871, aged 78.

William Kettle, d. Oct. 21, 1871, aged 76.

Mary, w. of William Kettle, d. April 7, 1887, aged 81.

Sara, da. of above, d. Aug. 20, 1875, aged 13.

James Kettle, d. March 22, 1855, aged 53.

Joseph Laws, d. May 26, 1837, aged 90.

Jane, his wife, d. Nov. 2, 1819, aged 62.

Marianne, w. of Edward Isaac Lockwood, M.A., R. of this par.,
b. May 24, 1804, d. Feb. 23, 1866.

Edward Isaac Lockwood, for 29 years E. of Belstead, b. April 29,
1798, d. Oct. 20, 1876.

James Martin, d. Oct. 12, 1877, aged 53.

Augusta Emma, da. of George and Eliza Mason, d. at Ventnor,
July 17, 1887, aged 37.

Archibald Ealph, fourth son of G. C. and L. M. Mason, d. March 1,

1886, aged 7.

George Mason, b. June 24, 1812, d. Oct. 11, 1893.

Eliza, w. of George Mason, d. May 29, 1876, aged 61.

Ellen Forster Mason, wid. of George Mason of Broadwater, Ipswich

and 2nd da. of Rev. T. White, R. of Rossdroit, Ireland, d.

June 4, 1897, aged 67.
Eliza, w. of Samuel Mayhew, d. July 1, 1853, aged 25.
Frances Mayhew, d. April 27, 1886, aged 88.



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Samuel Mayhew, d. June 7, 1871, aged 76.

John Morgan, d. Jan. 21, 1791, aged 73.

Emma, w. of H. S. Mortimer, d. Jan. 5, 1898, aged 33.

Abraham Pinner, d. Oct. 17, 1873, aged 74.

Mary, w. of above, d. Aug. 31, 1830, aged 31.

Edward Frederick Quilter, b. Feb. 8, 1848, d. July 20, 1905.

Jonathan Katliff, d. July 26, 1806, aged 56.

Eliza Katliff, d. Feb. 12, 1831, aged 74.

Eobert Eobinson, d. March 23, 1885, aged 62.

Mary Sawell, d. Jan. 5, 1900, aged 56.

William Scott, d. July 12, 1792, aged 58.

Samuel Scrivenor, d. March 10, 1863, in his 67th year,

Mary, his wife, d. Nov. 16, 1870, aged 72.

David Skippings, d. July 3, 1874, aged 56.

Hannah, his wife, d. Aug. 7, 1890, aged 66.

Samuel Smith, d. Aug. 8, 1863, aged 76.

Harriet, his widow, d. Jan. 24, 1879, aged 85.

Samuel Smith, 2nd son, d. in Crimea, Dec. 11, 1854, aged 31.

Harriet Smith, eldest daughter, d. May 17, 1843, aged 17.

Ellen Smith, second daughter, d. Oct. 23, 1847, aged 19.

Mary Ann Smith, fourth daughter, d. May 17, 1844, aged 12.

Edward Southgate, d. June 7, 1882, aged 72.

John Arthur Steward, d. Sept. 6, 1879, aged 45.

Ada Sarah, fifth da. of above, d. Dec. 20, 1867, aged 3.

Alexander Hamilton Synge, 14 years vicar of St. Peters, Ipswich,

d. March 12, 1872, aged 51.
Sarah Ann, w. of Cbarles William Trent of St. Thomas Street,
Islington, London, da. of the late Mr. Nathanael Clarke,
d. Dec. 11, 1871, aged 68.
Maria Elizabeth Innes Umphelby, d. Sept. 22, 1887, aged 81.
Lilla Vales, w. of Monsieur Vales, only da. of Joseph and Maria

Umphelby, d. at Cannes, January 3, 1885.
Arthur Francois Vales, son of Francois and Lilla Vales of Cannes,

d. Jan. 28, 1874, great-grandson of Elizabeth Sheppeard.
Petrus W. A. de C. Vink of Belstead Lodge, d. April 16, 1863,

aged 40.
Emily, w. of Jonathan Warden, d. Nov. 1, 1832.
Edith Madeline, da. of Henry and Marian Waspe, d. June 14, 1885,

aged 9.
Alice, da. of William and Susan Wenham of Hintlesham, d. Jan. 18,

1901, aged 41.
Eachel Westgate, d. 1892, aged 37.
John Wright, d. Jan. 13, 1782.
Esther, his wife, d. Sept. 17, 1813, aged 91.

William, son of Ellis and Annie Wright, d. May 11, 1887, aged
10 weeks.

I have been unable to ascertain who compiled the
foregoing which is printed from a Transcript deposited
in the Library of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology
(who are likewise unaware of the compiler), Moyses
Hall, Bury St. Edmund's, by permission of the Council
of the Institute. — Ed.



37



The Monumental Inscriptions in
the Church of St. Peter at
Freston in the Hundred of
Samford in the County of
Suffolk, 1908.



UNDER TOWER.

1 A marble ledger slab with carved shield : — {Or), On a

chevron betiveen 3 greyhounds courant {sa), WRIGHT ; as
many trefoils slipped (arg.) impaling (arg.) 3 bars and a canton

(gu.), Fuller.

Crest : — a stag's head erazed.

Here Lyeth the Body of | John Wright Esqr Patron | of this

Church who Dyed | the 11th Feby, 1723 | Aged 78 years.
Here Sleepeth in hopes of a | Joyfull Eesurrection Eachell |
Wright Late wife of John | Wright Esqr. Eldest daughter | of
John Fuller of Ipsw<* Esq | Dyed ye 28 of July, 1717 |
Aged 46.

NORTH CHANCELi WALL.

2 Marble tablet with shield : — Arg. on a chevron sable 3

bezants.

Crest : — a demi-Pegasus.

Sacred | to the memory of | the Keverend John Bond | thirty-
six years Eector of this Parish | died December xv.
MDCCCXXXI | aged LXII | Also | to the memory of | the
Eevd. John Theodore Bond | Eector of this Parish | and
eldest son of the above | who died | January 20, 1811 |
aged 28 | And also of | Emily | wife of the above Eevd
John Bond | Born January 6th, 1790 | Died April 11th,
1867.
NORTH CHANCEL.

Scroll shaped marble tablet next by Vestry door :

3 Sacred | to the memory of | Emily Jane | wife of the Eevd.

John Usborne | Eector of Angmering, Sussex | and eldest
daughter of | the Eevd John Bond | who died in giving birth |
to her first born child | December 9th, 1837, aged 24 years I
Also to the memory of | Henry Alfred Usborne | her sou |
who died April 7th, 1839 | aged 1 year and 1 months.



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SACRARIUM, N. SIDE.

A 2-light window has following Inscription : —

4 In memory of Harriott Louisa and Agnes, daus. of the Kevd.

John Bond, Harriott Louisa, wife of the Bevel. Charles
E. Bond, died 25th Novr., 1844, aged 26, Agnes, wife of
Henry Charles Mules, Esqr, died 25th July, 1845, aged 25.
Also in memory of Aug s - Drewe Bond, son of Har fc - Louisa, he
died 17th Octr., 1844, aged 4 months.

Beneath the inscription are two shields :

I. 67w, 3 eagles displayed, and on a chief or, as many leopards'
faces of the field impaling : — Arg. on a chevron sa. 3 bezants.
II. Arg. 2 bars and 3 torteaux in chief gu.

CHANCEL.

East Window, Inscription in glass :

5 Sacred to the memory of Laura, sixth daughter of the Bevd.

John Bond, BornFebry. 16th, 1826, Died May 30th, 1860.

NAVE.

In most easterly of South windows :

6 Bemains of Latymer arms in glass. " Arg. semee of cross crosslets

a chev. arg. in dexter chief a cinquefoil or.

NAVE, S.

flight centre window (made bv Messrs. Clayton and
Bell).

7 In East light : Martha and Mary. In West light : The Saviour.

In the scroll above the glory round His head: " I am the
Besurrection and the Life." In the glass between the tops
of the lights, an Angel holding a scroll inscribed " Sanctus,
Sanctus, Sanctus." A star above each end of the scroll.

Inscription at the foot of the window :

To the glory of God and in || memory of Margaretta Elfreda
Hahn.



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Churchyard Inscriptions from
Freston.

SOUTH.

Marble Stone with enclosed grave.


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