Monuments and Memorials
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high on chancel north wall above arch into Becket Chapel a tablet with achievement, pediment, scrolled flanking pilasters,
apron and brackets. The inscription is badly worn but reads:
Here lieth Interred [the body of]
EVELYN CHADWICK ESQr
[son of] of George Chadwick Esqr of Nottingham
and Elizabeth Daughter of Thos: Mansfield Esqr
of West Leek in the County of Nottingham
On ye breaking out of ye Rebellion in ye Year 1745
He went into ye Army where he chose the
Rank of Lieutenant Colonel in a Regiment of the
Dragoons in which … he died July 28th 1754
in the 42nd Year of his Age.
Also whose Memory
His Widow Elizabeth Chadwick
In testimony of her Sincere Affection
hath erected this Monument
…. of M…
of a bachelor, quarterly 1 and 4 argent, on a chevron sable between three
fleur de lys of the same, three rams’ heads of the first; 2 and 3 argent,
on a band sable between two unicorn heads of the same, three lozenges of
the first. Ramsden quartering Smyth of Heath Hall, Yorks, 1753.
of a widower, argent, on a chevron sable, between three fleur de lys of the
same, three rams’ heads of the first, impaling sable, on a chief argent
above six martlets of the same (three stags’ heads gules), Ramsden
impaling Appleby of Wooton, Lincs, 1783.
On the north wall of the chancel, near the nave, are three rectangular
metal tablets, smallest at the top:
|IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH FOXLEY
SOMETIME FELLOW OF ST JOHNS
RECTOR OF CARLTON 1886-1906
WHO DIED 27TH APRIL 1911 AGED 83Y
ALSO OF HIS WIFE LUCY, WHO DIED
3RD AUGUST 1911 AGED 74 YEARS
THEY REST TOGETHER
AT NORTON HERTFORD IN THE
HOPE OF A BLESSED RESURRECTION
|IN LOVING MEMORY OF
THE REV. WALTER HUDSON,
RECTOR OF THIS PARISH
AND FOR 12 YEARS VICAR
PREVIOUSLY CAPTAIN IN H.M. 100TH REGT.
HE DIED NOVR 26TH 1885,
AGED 42 YEARS,
AND WAS BURIED AT BISHOPTHORPE.
style with engraved capitals:
| + TO THE GLORY
OF GOD AND IN MEMORY
OF LLOYD STEWART BRUCE
FOURTH SON OF THE LATE
SIR JAMES ROBERTSON BRUCE BART.
LONDONDERRY IRELAND, PREBENDARY
OF YORK, CHAPLAIN
TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF YORK, RECTOR
AND FORMERLY RECTOR OF THIS PARISH.
HE WAS BORN 1ST AUGUST 1829,
DIED 19TH MARCH 1886
HIS BODY LIES IN THE ADJOINING CHURCHYARD
OF JANIE HIS FIRST WIFE.
THE CROSS WHICH THERE MARKS HIS GRAVE, AND
TABLET ARE PLACED IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE
BY ANN HIS SECOND WIFE. 1886
7Rectangular metal tablet, Roman capitals:
|IN MEMORY OF
ROBERT JOHN RAMSDEN OF CARLTON HALL
BORN 12TH JUNE 1817 DIED 20TH MARCH 1892
metal tablet, Roman upper and lower case:
To the Memory of
CHARLES HENRY RAMSDEN,
second son of ROBERT RAMSDEN, ESQ. OF CARLTON HALL,
Born 1818, Died 1893,
for nearly Thirty-one years Vicar of Chilham, Kent;
and of his wife MARY HAMILTON
daughter of the REVND H.H.BEAMISH,
Born 1823, Died 1902:
also of their sons HENRY PLUMPTRE RAMSDEN,
Rector of Cottingham, Yorkshire, Born 1848, Died 1901;
and FRANCIS EDWARD RAMSDEN,
Commander Royal Navy, Born 1849, Died 1882.
This Tablet is erected by those who loved them
9Rectangular bronze tablet Roman upper and
lower case and Italic decorated with wreath:
In memory of
ELIZABETH Wife of RICHD TAYLOR LETWELL
who departed this Life August 7.1792.
Aged 30 Years.
Oh! angry Death, thou wou’d not be deny’d,
But broke the Bands of Love, so lately ty’d.
Catherine his second Wife who died Octr 29th 1810
RICHD TAYLOR, died DECR 22nd 1818
metal plate Roman upper and lower case rubricated initial letters and decorated
with a celtic cross at right side (indicated with + in the following):
|Near this CHURCH is placed
to the memory of
wife of the RECTOR, a + by
WILLIAM, ARCHBISHOP of
There is a cross in the churchyard near
to the south chancel door, in other words just outside from the location of