Mattersey All Saints
Monuments and Memorials
The following are in the church:
Stone tablet on the south wall of the sanctuary near the altar, reading:
|TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF
SAMUEL KENNEDY, M.A.T.C.D.
VICAR OF MATTERSEY, 1899 - 1917,
DIED MAY 18: 1929 AGED 66 YEARS.
BLESSED ARE THE DEAD WHICH
DIE IN THE LORD.
The Rev Thomas Ferrand (late Waddington)
Stone tablet on the north wall of the Lady Chapel near the altar. It reads:
|Near this ?? lie the remains of the Reverend Thomas Ferrand (late Waddington)
Vicar of this Parish 19 years who died Sept 9th 1796 aged 47
Rev William & Mrs Harriet Hodges
A stone memorial on the north wall of the Lady Chapel.
WILLIAM HODGES M.A.
VICAR OF THIS PARISH
DIED DECR 7TH 1815
HARRIET ONLY DAUGHTER
OF JOHN GWYN OF CHIRBURY ESQ.
AND RELICT OF THE ABOVE
DIED JANRY 16TH 1830
Robert & Honor Graham
A marble and stone memorial on the north wall between two windows, reading:
Sacred to the memory of Robert Graham whose remains lie buried near
this place He was born 26/9 old style died 9/10/1815 age 65. Eternal
God receive his soul who humbly bowed to thy controul - what mortal
errs not yet but few the faults his manly bosam knew. Lord for his
great redeemers sake his spirit to thy mercy take and save him on that
dreadful day when heaven and earth shall pass away.
Also Honor relict of the above died 16/5/1830 aged 84 years
John & Esther Walker
A small brass plaque inscribed:
|In memoriam John Walker of this Parish gentleman (eldest son of John
Walker of Highfield House, Lound in the County of Nottm. Esq. and Esther
his wife) who died on 25th day of November 1885 in his 70th year. Also
of Hannah Walker widow of the above who died on 28th day of Dec 1899
in her 77th year
Lord all pitying Jesu bless, grant them thine eternal rest
A large brass on slate above the one to John and Esther
Walker. It reads:
IN HOC SIGNO VINCIS
In memory of John Walker
who died at his residence
Highfield House, Lound,
March 14th 1858 aged 74 years.
He was the second Son
of William and Ann Walker
of Tiln, and Nephew of John
and Ann Walker of this Parish
all of whom were interred
in this Churchyard
Memorial located high on one of the arches.
|Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth youngest daughter of Reverend Brownlow
and Ann Toiler of Billingboro in the county of Lincoln. Deceased and
wife of Samuel Barker Esq. of this place.
Her untimely and much lamented death took place at Clifton on 18th April
1808, in the 34th year of her age
John and Frances Barker
|This tablet is inscribed to perpetuate the memory of John Barker Esq.
and of Frances Barker, his widow: the former died suddenly on 30th September
1805 aged 44 years, and the latter died on the 11 day of June 1839 aged
81. He was the second son of Anthony Barker Esq. of Bawtry in the county
of York: she was the 2nd daughter of the Revd. William Dawson, Rector
of Clayworth in this county.
A floor tablet in the south aisle, reading:
|Here lieth the body of Ann the wife of M. Jonathan Nettleship of Mattersey
Abbey who died December the 18th 1770. Aged 53 years
John Barker & other family members
Floor tablet inscribed:
|Underneath this stone is interred the remains of John Barker Esquire
Frances Isabella Barker his widow and also the remains of their great
grand daughter Eliza Barker Longstaff died on the 13th day of June 1839
aged 11 months