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Elizabeth Anwyl

ANWYL, Elizabeth

To the Memory
-- of --
ELIZABETH
Wife of WILLIAM-WATKIN ANWYL. M.D.
And only Daughter of SIR NASH GROSE, Knight
and Dame MARY his WIFE
of PRIORY in the ISLE OF WIGHT
She died on the 9th Day of March, A.D.1829.
In the 48th Year of her Age.
And was buried in this
Chuch
In the Family Vault



Henry Beech

BEECH, Henry

IN MEMORY
OF
HENRY BEECH, ESQRE,
OF SEAFIELD IN THIS PARISH.
WHO DIED ON THE 29TH APRIL 1879,
IN THE 77TH YEAR OF HIS AGE,
AND WAS INTERRED HERE.



John Beech

BEECH, John Hawksley

IN MEMORY
OF
JOHN HAWKSLEY BEECH M.A.
OF LITTLE SHELFORD NEAR CAMBRIDGE,
AND OF SEAFIELD IN THIS PARISH,
WHO DIED ON THE 19TH JULY 1855 AT LITTLE SHELFORD,
IN THE 59TH YEAR OF HIS AGE,
AND WAS INTERRED HERE.



Stanley Caws

CAWS, Stanley Winther

IN LOVING MEMORY OF
STANLEY WINTHER CAWS, R.A.F.
ONLY SON OF DOUGLAS CAWS, GRANDSON OF SILAS HARVEY CAWS
OF THIS PARISH
KILLED IN ACTION AT A HEIGHT OF ELEVEN THOUSAND FEET
IN FRANCE, SEPT 21ST 1915 - AGED 36
ATTACKED BY THREE GERMAN PLANES, ONE OF WHICH HE SHOT DOWN
ALSO SERVED THROUGH THE BOER WAR

HE DIED FOR FREEDOM AND FOR HONOUR


Frederick Creeth

CREETH, Frederick George

IN
LOVING MEMORY
OF
FREDERICK GEORGE CREETH
(ROYAL ENGINEERS)
YOUNGER SON OF
GEORGE W. AND ALICE CREETH,
WHO DIED AT OPPELN
WHILST ON SERVICE IN SILESIA.
APRIL 25TH 1922.
AGED 22 YEARS.
IN THE FLOWER OF HIS YOUTH



Laura Grose Edwards

EDWARDS, Laura Grose and Spencer Henry Hutchins

SACRED TO THE DEAR MEMORY OF
LAURA GROSE,
THE BELOVED WIFE OF SPENCER HENRY HUTCHINS EDWARDS, ESQRE
MAJOR IN H.M. 98TH REGIMENT.
AND YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF HENLEY SMITH, ESQRE OF THE PRIORY IN THIS PARISH
WHO DIED AT MUSSOORIE, EAST INDIES, ON THE 7TH OF MAY 1865.
AGED 28 YEARS.

"YET SHALL SHE LIVE."

ALSO TO THE LOVED MEMORY OF
SPENCER HENRY HUTCHINS EDWARDS
LIEUT. COLONEL. 98TH N. STAFFORD REGT.,
WHO ENTERED INTO REST MARCH 24TH 1910, AGED 87.

"I BELIEVE IN THE COMMUNION OF SAINTS."



William Edwards

EDWARDS, William
and Laura

TO THE LOVED MEMORY OF
WILLIAM AUGUSTUS SPENCER EDWARDS,
MAJOR, NORTH STAFFORD REGT.,
ONLY SON OF THE LATE LT. COLONEL S.H.H.EDWARDS,
BORN AT FRESHFORD, SOMERSET, OCT. 26TH 1874,
DIED AT AMARA, MESOPOTAMIA, APRIL 30TH 1916,
OF WOUNDS RECEIVED AT SANNA-I-YAT, APRIL 9TH
"DEATH IS SWALLOWED UP IN VICTORY."
ALSO TO THE LOVED MEMORY OF
LAURA ELIZABETH SPENCER EDWARDS,
BORN AT UMBALLA AUGUST 3RD 1864,
DIED AT THE PRIORY FEBRUARY 15TH 1927,
ELDEST DAUGHTER OF THE LATE LT. COLONEL S.H.H.EDWARDS.
GRAND DAUGHTER OF THE LATE HENLEY SMITH, OF THE PRIORY.

"HERE HAVE WE NO CONTINUING CITY, BUT WE SEEK ONE TO COME."

CWGC record - W.A.S. EDWARDS

Biographical Information - W.A.S. EDWARDS

 



Ellen Ellison

ELLISON, Ellen

TO ELLEN ELLISON,
THE MODEL
OF A CHRISTIAN WIFE AND WOMAN
IN WHOM THE SOUNDEST INTELLECT
AND THE GENTLEST HEART, THE STRONGEST WILL
AND THE SWEETEST TEMPER WERE HALLOWED
IN HIS SERVICE. WHOSE WORD WAS HER LAW AND HER DELIGHT.
THIS TABLET IS RAISED BY HER HUSBAND
HENRY ELLISON OF APLEY RISE, ST JOHN’S
AS A FAINT MEMORIAL OF HER VIRTUES AND HIS LOSS.
AFTER LONG AND CRUEL SUFFERINGS,
BORNE WITH UNMURMURING SUBMISSION,
SHE WAS TRANSLATED ON THE 13TH OF FEBRUARY 1857
INTO HIS PRESENCE TO WHOM SHE LIVED AND DIED.
IN THE 47TH YEAR OF HER EARTHLY SOJOURN,
"BEING MADE PERFECT IN A SHORT TIME SHE FULFILLED A LONG TIME"

"FATHER, THY WILL BE DONE ‘TIS HARD TO SAY
YET TEACH ME BY EXAMPLE DEAREST SAINT
AND MARTYR TO SU [..]  AND WHEN I FAINT
WHISPER "I WENT BEFORE TO SMOOTH THE WAY"
AS THROUGH THAT LONG DRAWN ANGUISH DAY BY DAY
WE WATCHED THY SWEET LIPS SMILED MANY COMPLAINT
AND OF THE ANGEL WHICH WE ONLY PAINT
ALL BUT THE [..] WAS THERE THO LOOGED IN CLAY
A FURNACE SEVEN TIMES HEATED WAS THE TEST
THY GOD OF [..] TO FIT THEE FULL [..]
AND TEMPERED FOR SOME [..]  OF THE [..]
AND SEEING HOW THY WERE [..] ALL COMPLIED
SAID "IT WAS GOOD [..] TOOK THEE TO HIS REST
A VESSEL FOR HIS SERVICE PURIFIED."







FITZGERALD, Gerald Otho


TO THE MEMORY OF GERALD OTHO FITZGERALD
BORN 25TH SEPT 1862 DIED 20TH MARCH 1919



Thomas Gardnor

GARNETT, William

I GO TO PREPARE A PLACE FOR YOU. COME UNTO ME
THE LORD GAVE
14.3.1911
WILLIAM EDWARD
PETER GARNETT

8.2.1914
HALLOWED BE THY NAME
SEEK THOSE THINGS WHICH ARE ABOVE



Thomas Gardnor

GARDNOR, Thomas

Sacred
to the Memory
of
Thomas Gardnor
Esq.re
late Captain
in 2nd Life Guards.
of Seagrove in this Parish
Died September 9th 1863
Aged 56.
Deservedly beloved and lamented.
----
Glory, honour, and peace to every man
that worketh good. ___ Romans II. 10



Anthony Glynn

GLYNN, Anthony William
and Susan Margaret


IN MEMORY OF HIS LAMENTED PARENTS
THE REVd ANTHONY WILLIAM GLYNN BCL,
SOMETIME FELLOW OF NEW COLLEGE OXFORD
RECTOR OF KINGSTON & INCUMBENT OF
ST HELENS IN THIS ISLE.
RECTOR OF EAST STOKE DORSET
HE WAS 2ND SON OF JOHN GLYNN OF GLYNN
IN CORNWALL, M.P. FOR MIDDLESEX
RECORDER OF LONDON & EXETER
HE DIED AT FAIRY HILL 3 FEBRUARY 1819 AGED 52
AN IRREPARABLE LOSS TO HIS WIDOW & SON.
& OF SUSAN MARGARET HIS WIFE
ELDEST DAUGHTER OF SIR Wm OGLANDER OF NUNWELL BART
SHE DIED AT FAIRY HILL APRIL 3 ALSO AGED 73.
SHE STRETCHED OUT HER HANDS TO THE POOR
SHE REACHED HER HANDS UNTO THE NEEDY.
                            PROV 31 V.20.
THIS TABLET IS PLACED BY THEIR AFFECTIONATE SON.



Grose Smith window

GROSE-SMITH

Grose Smith window



Edward Grose

GROSE, Edward

TO THE MEMORY
OF EDWARD GROSE ESQUIRE,
LATE A CAPTAIN IN H. M. FIRST REGIMENT OF GUARDS,
AND THE ONLY SON OF SIR NASH GROSE, KNIGHT,
AND DAME MARY HIS WIFE.
HE FELL IN BATTLE AGAINST THE ARMIES OF FRANCE,
THUS CROWNING IN THE DEFENCE OF
NATIONAL AND GENERAL INDEPENDENCE A VICTORIOUS WARFARE,
WHICH HAD EXTENDED FROM SPAIN TO FLANDERS,
FROM CORUNNA AND CADIZ TO BAYONNE AND WATERLOO,
HE DIED IN THE 32 YEAR OF HIS AGE,
ON THE 16TH DAY OF JUNE A. D. 1815.

FAR FROM HIS SEA-GIRT PRIORY’S GREEN DOMAIN,
FAR FROM HIS GROVES, ANCESTRAL TOMBS AND FANE,
BENEATH A FOREIGN TURF THE SOLDIER LIES:
WHAT FUNERAL POMP PROCLAIMED HIS OBSEQUIES?
THE VICTORS’ SHOUTS, THE FOES’ DISATROUS CRIES
HAVE PEALED HIS DIRGE, HIS PARTING REQUIEM SANG,
AND HIS LAST KNELL THE CANNONS THUNDER RANG.
PEACE TO THE BRAVE! THE EYE WITH STERN DELIGHT
BEHOLDS THE WIDE CONFUSION OF THE FIGHT,
COUNTS IN THIS HEAP A SACRIFICE OF FOES
SLAIN AT THE ALTER OF MANKINDS REPOSE:
IN THAT A MARTYRED OFFERING UNTO HEAVEN.
WHOSE SINS ARE FOR THEIR PATRIOT WOUNDS FORGIVEN,
WHEN VICTORYS STANDARD IS BY FREEDOM FURLED,
AND CONQUEST RESCUES, NOT ENSLAVES THE WORLD,
HOLY THE GROUND ON WHICH THE CHAMPION STANDS,
HOLY THE WEAPON GLITTERING IN HIS HANDS:
BRIGHT ARE HIS DYING LOOKS, AS WESTERN SKIES
TINGED BY THE SINKING SUN: AGAIN TO RISE
HE SUFFERS TRANSIENT NIGHT, AND AT HIS CLOSE
IN GLORY TO THE EARTH BEQUEATHS REPOSE.


Mary Fielder

GROSE SMITH,
Mary Fielder
and Edward

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
MARY FIELDER
THE BELOVED WIFE OF EDWARD GROSE SMITH ESQR
OF THE PRIORY
WHO DIED ON THE 26TH DECEMBER 1833, AGED 64
LEAVING HER HUSBAND AND THREE SURVIVING CHILDREN
TO DEPLORE THE LOSS OF A DEVOTED WIFE AND MOTHER
AND OF THE ABOVE
EDWARD GROSE SMITH
WHO DIED ON THE 6TH JUNE 1843. AGED 74.
HAVING BY THE FAITHFUL DISCHARGE OF HIS DUTIES IN
THE VARIOUS RELATIONS OF LIFE AQUIRED THE LOVE AND
ESTEEM OF ALL WHO CAME WITHIN HIS SPHERE
AND LEFT A BRIGHT EXAMPLE OF CHRISTIAN CHARITY.
THEIR CHILDREM INSCRIBE THIS MEMORIAL OF AFFECTION AND GRATITUDE.



Nash Grose

GROSE, Sir Nash
and Dame Mary

TO THE MEMORIES OF
SIR NASH GROSE, KNIGHT,
LATE ONE OF THE JUDGES OF THE COURT OF THE KING’S BENCH,
AND OF DAME MARY, HIS WIFE;
AFTER THE ABLE AND UPRIGHT DISCHARGE FOR TWENTY SIX YEARS
OF THE HIGH DUTIES OF A BRITISH JUDGE,
AND WITHIN THE FIRST YEAR OF THAT REMAINDER OF EXISTENCE,
WHICH AT THE CONCLUSION OF SUCH PUBLIC TOIL
HE WISHED TO DEDICATE TO THE REPOSE REQUIRED BY AGE,
AND THE PREPARATIONS FOR FUTURITY, COMMANDED BY RELIGION,
THE WILL OF THE ALMIGHTY SUMMONED HIM TO ANOTHER WORLD
WITH THE HUMBLE BUT ASSURED HOPE OF CHRISTIAN PIETY,
THAT HE SHOULD THERE RE-JOIN THE VIRTUOUS AND AFFECTIONATE PARTNER
FROM WHOM HE HAD BEEN SEPERATED BY A PAINFUL INTERVAL OF TWENTY YEARS.
SIR NASH GROSE DIED IN THE 74TH YEAR OF HIS AGE,
ON THE 31ST DAY OF MAY A. D. 1814.
LADY GROSE DIED IN THE 46TH YEAR OF HER AGE,
ON THE 15TH DAY OF APRIL A. D. 1794.

WEEP NOT FOR HIM, WHOSE NOBLE TASK IS DONE,
AND HIS HIGH MEED, LIFE’S CROWN ETERNAL WON;
WHO WARDED STRONG OPPRESSION FROM THE WEAK,
WHO STRUCK AT GUILT, YET MADE STERN JUSTICE SPEAK
IN MERCY’S TONE: WEEP NOT FOR HIM, WHO PLIED
SUCH GREAT EMPLOY, AND CLOSED SUCH LABOURS, DIED;
AND THOU, MILD SUFFERER, WHO RESIGN’D IN WILL,
AND PATIENT IN VARIETY OF ILL,
OF SAD EXISTENCE BORE THE WEARY CHAIN
SHORT IN ITS SPAN, PROTRACTED BY ITS PAIN,
NOW FREED FROM EARTHLY WOE, IN SAINTED REST.
IN MYSTERIES HIGH INITIATE WITH THE BLEST,
WELCOME THY STRANGER, CLAIM HIM FOR THINE OWN,
AND BOW UNITED AT THE GODHEAD’S  THRONE.



Rebecca Grose

GROSE, Rebecca

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF REBECCA
DAUGHTER OF EDWARD GROSE ESQR
AND ELIZABETH HIS WIFE
OF PRIORY IN THE ISLE OF WIGHT
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
THE 1ST OF DECR 1817
AGED 73 YEARS



Sara Grose Smith

GROSE-SMITH, Sara and Henley Grose

IN MEMORY OF
SARA, THE BELOVED WIFE OF
HENLEY GROSE GROSE-SMITH,
OF THE PRIORY IN THIS PARISH.
WHO DIED ON THE 27TH DAY OF APRIL 1902
ALSO OF
HENLEY GROSE GROSE-SMITH,
WHO DIED ON THE 15TH DAY OF JANUARY 1911.
AGED 78 YEARS.
“Ο ΘΕΟΣ ΑΓΑΠΗ ΕΣΤΙ”



William Hutt

HUTT, William and
Dame Fanny Anna

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
THE RIGHT HONBLE SIR WILLIAM HUTT.
PRIVY COUNCILLOR AND K.G.B.,
MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FORTY-TWO YEARS.
FOR KINGSTON-UPON-HULL, AND GATESHEAD.
BORN 1801
DIED 24TH NOVEMBER 1882.

AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF DAME FANNY ANNA JANE, HIS WIFE,
DAUGHTER OF THE HONBLE SIR FRANCIS STANHOPE, K.C.H.,
BORN 1812, DIED AT APPLEY TOWERS, 26TH SEPTM 1886.

“PASSED FROM DEATH UNTO LIFE.” JOHN X. 24.



John Leacock

LEACOCK, John

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
JOHN LEACOCK ESQR
OF WESTBROOK, IN THIS PARISH.
BORN IN THE ISLAND OF MADEIRA
5TH NOVEMBER 1761.
DEPARTED THIS LIFE 23RD FEBRUARY 1835.
“AND NOW LORD WHAT WAIT I FOR ? MY HOPE IS IN THEE.”



Mary Fielder

LOCK, Mary Fielder
and Frederick

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
MARY FIELDER
THE TENDERLY LOVED WIFE OF FREDERICK LOCK. ESQRE
AND ONLY DAUGHTER OF THE LATE
EDWARD GROSE SMITH. ESQRE OF THE PRIORY, ST HELENS.
AND MARY FIELDER, HIS WIFE.
OBT. 16TH SEPTEMBER 1853.
ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF THE ABOVE
FREDERICK LOCK, ESQRE,
WHOSE LONG AND HONORED LIFE CLOSED
MARCH 25TH 1886, AT THE AGE OF 85.
"BLESSED ARE THE DEAD WHICH DIE IN THE LORD." REV.XIV.13.



THE CHILDREN OF FREDERICK AND MARY FIELDER LOCK

The Children of
Frederick and
Mary Fielder
LOCK


IN MEMORY OF
MARY ISABEL ANN,
WIDOW OF THE LATE GENERAL THOMAS ARMSTRONG DROUGHT.
COLONEL 15TH REGIMENT.
BORN FEBRUARY 10TH 1827, DIED AT CLIFTON NOVEMBER 28TH 1906.
FRANCIS LOCK,
BORN FEBRUARY 5TH 1829, DIED AT EPSOM AUGUST 28TH 1896.
FREDERICK EDWARD LOCK
LATE MAJOR 15TH REGIMENT, OF MOUNTFIELD, MUSBURY, DEVON.
BORN SEPTEMBER 10TH 1832, DIED APRIL 2ND 1909.

THE CHILDREN OF FREDERICK AND MARY FIELDER LOCK.



Herbert Matthews

MATTHEWS, Herbert

To the Glory of God and in memory of
HERBERT AMBROSE MATTHEWS
for nearly 13 years Warden of this Church
who entered into rest
August 8th 1913, aged 53 years.

THIS TABLET IS ERECTED IN TOKEN OF ESTEEM BY
HIS FELLOW-PARISHIONERS AND FRIENDS.



Ronald Palmer

PALMER, Ronald

In 
Loving Memory of
RONALD
Lieut R.W.P. PALMER B.A.

Rugby and Balliol
1/4 Royal Berks Regt., T.F.
younger son of
EDWARD B and EMILY POULTON
Killed in the trenches in Belgium
MAY 5TH 1915 AGED 25 YEARS
-----
An athletic leader of rare distinction
He was endowed with
even greater Gifts of Love & Joy
-----
God is Love
-----


John Percival

PERCIVAL, John and Mary

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
JOHN PERCIVAL, ESQUIRE,
OF WOODLANDS IN THIS PARISH
BORN JULY 1ST 1777
DIED NOVR 17TH 1852
"BY GRACE YE ARE SAVED."
ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF
MARY,
WIFE OF THE ABOVE,
BORN JANY 24TH 1789
DIED MARCH 23RD 1875
"IN THY PRESENCE IS FULNESS OF JOY."




Emily Savage

SAVAGE, Emily

IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBANCE OF
EMILY SARAH SAVAGE
WHO DIED FEBRUARY 23 1924
SHE WAS A LOYAL AND DEVOTED CHURCH WORKER
AND A MEMBER OF THE CHOIR FOR OVER 30 YEARS
This tablet is placed here by the Vicar · Church
wardens · Organist · and Members of the Choir · ·



Rev Albert Sidebotham

SIDEBOTHAM, Rev Albert


ALBERT ERNEST SIDEBOTHAM. M.A.
VICAR OF THIS PARISH
1935 – 1954
IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF
A DEVOTED MINISTRY




Edward Grose Smith

SMITH, Edward Grose

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
THE REVD. EDWARD GROSE SMITH, M.A.
THE ELDEST SON OF EDWARD GROSE SMITH, ESQR
OF THE PRIORY.
AND THE LATE INCUMBENT OF THIS PARISH
OB: 13. SEPTEMBER A.D. 1833. ÆT: 38.

      "ILLUD IMMORTALITATE DIGNUM INGENIUM,
ILLA HUMANITAS, ILLA VIRTUS, MORTE EXTINCTA SUBITÂ
EST: O! FALLACEM HOMINUM SPEM, FRAGILEMQUW FORTUNAM,
ET INANES NOSTRAS CONTENTIONES, QUÆ IN MEDIO SPATIO
SÆPE FRANGUNTUR ET CORRUUNT, ET ANTE IN IPSO CURSU
ABRUUNTUR QUAM PORTUM CONSPICERE POTUERUNT! QUI
AUTEM EI ANNUS PRIMUS OB OFFICIORUM PERFUNCTIONE
ADITUM DABAT, IS EJUS OMNEM SPEM, ATQUE OMNIA VITÆ
CONSILIA MORTE PERVERTIT."




Heathfield Smith

SMITH, Heathfield

In Loving Memory of
HEATHFIELD SMITH. ESQRE
FORMERLY OF SEAGROVE
YOUNGEST SON OF EDWARD GROSE SMITH ESQRE
OF THE PRIORY
BORN 3RD JULY 1804.
DIED 12TH MAY 1884.
---------
"BLESSED IS HE THAT CONSIDERETH THE POOR."




Henley Smith

SMITH, Henley and Elizabeth

TO THE DEARLY LOVED MEMORY
OF
HENLEY SMITH, ESQUIRE.
OF THE PRIORY, IN THIS PARISH;
WHO DIED ON THE 14TH OF JANUARY 1867.
AGED 67

"THEM WHICH SLEEP IN JESUS WILL GOD BRING WITH HIM."

"OUR AFFLICTION.... WORKETH FOR US A FAR MORE ETERNAL.
WEIGHT OF GLORY, WHILE WE LOOK NOT AT THE THINGS WHICH
ARE SEEN; FOR THE THINGS WHICH ARE SEEN ARE TEMPORAL.
BUT THE THINGS WHICH ARE NOT SEEN ARE ETERNAL."

ALSO
TO THE MEMORY OF
ELIZABETH
THE BELOVED WIFE OF THE ABOVE NAMED
HENLEY SMITH
WHO DIED ON THE 11TH DAY OF JULY 1869.
AGED 53.




John Smith

SMITH, John

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
JOHN SMITH, ESQR
FOR MANY YEARS SOLE
PAY-MASTER OF HIS MAJESTY'S NAVY,
WHO DIED ON THE 10TH OF MARCH 1827.
AGED 60
                        “PERPETUUS SOPER
URGET? CUI PUDOR ET JUSTITUS SOROR
INCORRUPTA FIDES NUDAQUE VERITAS
                 “QUANDO ULLUM INVENIES PAREM?



Emily Tatchell

TATCHELL, Emily


TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF
EMILY TATCHELL OS SEA VIEW WHO DIED OCTOBER 27TH 1910


Henry Tate

TATE, General Henry and Mary


TO MY EVER REVERED AND DEEPLY LOVED HUSBAND
GENERAL HENRY CARR TATE R.M.A.,
DIED AT ST. JOHN’S HOUSE, NEAR RYDE,
OCTOBER 12TH 1901, AGED 90 YEARS.
IN EARNEST THANKSGIVING FOR FIRM LIFE-LONG
OF SALVATION IN
                                              "JESUS ONLY,"
THE LAST OF THE HAPPILY UNITED FAMILY OF THE LATE
REV. WILLIAM TATE M.A. FELLOW OF TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE,
AND OF MARY, HIS WIFE, OF PORTSMOUTH.
THIS TABLET IS PLACED IN THIS CHURCH BY HIS DEVOTED WIDOW
IN REMEMBRANCE OF HIS CONSTANT REFERENCE TO HAPPY
YOUTHFUL DAYS PASSED IN THIS LOVELY NEIGHBOURHOOD.

"BEING JUSTIFIED BY FAITH, WE HAVE PEACE WITH GOD
THROUGH OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST."

"WE ALSO JOY IN GOD THROUGH OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST
BY WHOM WE HAVE NOW RECEIVED THE ATONEMENT."



Thornhill

THORNHILL, Emily, Henry Bensley and Catherine - Eliza JENNINGS


IN LOVING MEMORY OF
EMILY HEATHFIELD
DAUGHTER OF
FREDERICK AND MARY FIELDER LOCK,
HER HUSBAND
HENRY BENSLEY THORNHILL, H.E.I.C.S.,
THEIR ONLY CHILD CATHERINE,
AND NURSE ELIZA JENNINGS.
WHO PERISHED AT SEETAPORE, OUDE,
3RD JUNE 1857,
DURING THE INDIAN MUTINY.


Cyril Way

Way, Cyril


IN PROUD AND LOVING MEMORY OF
CYRIL C A WAY (DICK)
PTE 2ND REGT SOUTH AFRICAN INFANTRY
9th DIVISION
KILLED IN ACTION IN FRANCE
MARCH 24 1918 AGED 25 YEARS
SERVED WITH S.A.M.R. THROUGH THE REBELLION
AND GERMAN WEST AFRICAN CAMPAIGN
BELOVED ONLY SON OF
SYDNEY AND MARITA WAY

"PRO DEO VERITATE ET LIBERTATE"



Amelia Wyllie

WYLLIE, Lady Amelia and Sir William


IN LOVING MEMORY OF
AMELIA, LADY WYLLIE,
WIFE OF GENERAL SIR WILLIAM WYLLIE, G.C.B.,
AND YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF THE LATE
RICHARDS HUTT, ESQRE OF APPLEY IN THIS ISLAND;
BORN 13 OCTOBER 1806,
DIED 14 JANUARY 1891.
ALSO OF
GENERAL SIR WILLIAM WYLLIE, G.C.B.,
COLONEL OF THE ROYAL DUBLIN FUSILIERS,
BORN 13 AUGUST 1802,
DIED 26 MAY 1891.


John Wyllie

WYLLIE, John and Francis

IN MEMORY OF
JOHN WILLIAM SHAW WYLLIE, C.S.I.,
OF THE INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE.
ELDEST SON OF GEN. SIR WILLIAM WYLLIE, G.C.B.,
BORN 6 OCTOBER 1835,
DIED 15 MARCH 1870.
ALSO OF
FRANCIS ROBERT SHAW WYLLIE,
OF THE INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE.
SECOND SON OF GEN. SIR WILLIAM WYLLIE, G.C.B.,
BORN 4 JUNE 1837,
DIED 6 FEBRUARY 1907.

BOTH GREATLY LOVED AND LAMENTED.


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