(114) GLYNDE, St. Mary
The demolition of the old church commenced on 1 Aug 1763; the inscribed stones were removed for replacement; see account entry for recutting inscriptions, 'afresh upon the tombstones and setting them to rights', and another for 'Paving the aisle and before the altar with tombstones'; the mason's and bricklayers were managed by John Morris of Lewes; the present building was completed by 1 Jul 1765: '... the walls neatly floated, the Monumental Stones and Pavements Laid and the Marble Font ... etc.' (Register entry) at the expense of Richard Trevor of Glynde Place, Bishop of Durham - see Salzman (Glynde Registers 61), S. Berry (SAC 142 109ff) and plan in SNQ (XIII 248); the present building covers parts of the foundations of the mediaeval building; earlier ledgers were relocated to the new nave aisle and given uniform width measurements and the sanctuary floor became the memorial ground for the bishop's family, the Trevors of Glynde Place; the identity of the architect of the new church is disputed (ESRO MS Glynde 2770); it was perhaps Sir Thomas Robinson (no reference to Glynde in his biography by Giles Worsley in ODNB entry); the builders were Hodgson and Morris; original 18th century fittings are still in place and there are Harmer terracottas in churchyard (e.g. Marianne New, d. 1811); elaborate monuments were planned, or indeed built in the original church, see the request in his will made by Robert Morley, dated 10 Apr 1514, see Rice & Godfrey (42 210); see De St. Croix (SAC 20 47-90) for parish history; the estate passed from Morley to Trevor when Elizabeth, the widow of William Morley, married John Trevor son (2) of Sir John Trevor, Secretary of State to Charles II (see SNQ I 56-7); some of the original, longer M.I.s may have been recut in abbreviated form, see note on the inscription of Elizabeth Polhill (114L); Horsfield (Sussex I 345) comments on the M.I.s for the Trevors, Hampdens, Hays and Morleys. See too De St. Croix, 'Names from the Register Books of Glynde' (SAC 24 99ff).
- Porch floor, East side.
- 80(W) x 134(L)~Very worn.
- M.I. (engraved) in upper parts only of grey freestone slab.
- Nave central aisle floor, far West end.
- 84(W) x 183(L)~Very worn.
- Nothing now visible on a freestone slab.
- Nave central aisle floor, towards West end.
- 83(W) x 182(L)~Very worn.
- M.I. visible in upper parts only of freestone slab; head to West.
- Nave, central aisle floor, towards West end.
- 63?(W) x 167(L)~Very worn; cracked.
- M.I. engraved in grey freestone alabaster; head to West.
- Nave, central aisle floor, West of 114F.
- 82(W) x 184(L)~Worn.
- M.I. fills surface of a brown freestone slab; head to West.
- Nave, central aisle floor, West of 114G.
- 82(W) x 179(L)~Very worn.
- M.I. in upper parts of a brown freestone slab; head to West.
- Nave, central aisle floor, East end.
- 82(W) x 70(L)~Very worn; cracked.
- M.I. in upper parts of a dark freestone slab; head to West.
114H Ledger with mounted brass for Henry TREVOR, Baron DACRE, d. 1853, for his wife Pyne, d. 1844, for Victoria BRAND, d. 1865, for John Morley TREVOR, d. 1719 and his wife Lucy, d. 1720
- Sanctuary floor, West side, centre.
- 77(W) x 175(L)~Fine.
- Escutcheon, M.I. on brass plate (engraved) and M.I. (engraved) fill surface of a black slab (marble?); head to West.
- Henry Trevor, General, and Colonel of 31st Regiment, 21st Baron Dacre, 27 Jul 1777 - 2 Jun 1853; his wife, Pyne, d. 11 Jan 1844, aet 67, sister of William, 4th Baron Brandon; also, Victoria, d. 20 Jul 1865, aet 23, wife (from 21 Jan 1863) of Henry R Brand, first son of Hon. Henry Brand, of Glynde, MP, and daughter of S. Van De Weyer, Belgian Ambassador; also, John Morley Trevor, d. 7 Apr 1719, aet 37, buried 12 Apr 1719; and his wife Lucy, d. 12 Jul 1720, aet 42, buried 16 Jul 1720, daughter of Edward Montague of Horton, Northamptonshire.
114I Ledger with 2 mounted brasses for John TREVOR, d. 1686, for Jane Maria, Viscountess HAMPDEN, d. 1833, for Catherine, Viscountess HAMPDEN and for Elizabeth SPENCE, d. 1764
- Sanctuary floor, West side, North of centre.
- 81.5(W) x 175(L)~Fine.
- M.I. (engraved) on black slab; also M.I.s on 2 brasses (engraved); escutcheon at foot.
- John Trevor, of Glynde, d. 30 Sep 1686, aet 34; also, Jane Maria, Viscountess Hampden, d. 27 Jun 1833, aet 59, daughter of George Brown of Ellistoun, second wife of Thomas Trevor Hampden, Viscount Hampden; also, Catherine, Viscountess Hampden, d. 24 May 1804, aet 53, only daughter of General David Graeme of Braco; also, Elizabeth Spence, d. 15 Oct 1764, aet 70, daughter of John and Ann Spence of Malling, (Ann was sister to John Trevor of Glynde).
114J Ledger stone for Col. Herbert MORLEY, d. 1667, with brasses for Thomas, d. 1824, and John, d. 1824, Viscounts HAMPDEN
- Sanctuary floor, North-West corner.
- Ledger: 80(W) x 177(L)~Fine.
- Escutcheon and M.I. (engraved) on the upper surface of a black slab (marble?); head to West; below, 2 brass plates with arms and M.I. (engraved). Motto: 'nec aspera terrent vestigia nulla retrorsum'.
- Herbert Morley, d. 29 Sep 1667, aet 51; eldest son of Robert Morley, of Glynde, deceased; also, Rt. Hon. Thomas Trevor-Hampden, Viscount Hampden, Baron Trevor, of Bromham, (MP for Lewes 1768-74), d. 20 Aug 1824, aet 78Â ; also, Rt. Hon. John Trevor-Hampden, Viscount Hampden, Baron Trevor, of Bromham, d. 9 Sep 1824, aet 76.
114K Floor-mounted brasses for Hon. John TREVOR, d. 1743, and his wife Betty, d. 1742, and for the Right Hon. Harriet, Viscountess HAMPDEN, d. 1829
- Sanctuary floor, North-East corner.
- Brass 1: 25(W) x 35.5(L); Brass 2: 31(W) x 41(L); Brass 3: 23.5(W) x 32.5(L)~Good; local losses to brasses 2-3.
- Three rectangular engraved brass plates mounted on a black slab (marble?).
- Sanctuary floor, South-East corner, partly obscured by furnishings.
- 51.5(W) x 129(L)~Fine.
- M.I. (engraved) on a black slab; later brass.
- Elizabeth Polhill, 4 Jun 1708, aet 25; eldest daughter of John Trevor; and wife of David Polhill, of Otford, Kent; also, Richard Trevor, bishop of Durham, son of Thomas Lord Trevor, 30 Sep 1707 - 9 Jun 1771.
- Sanctuary floor, South-West corner.
- 86(W) x 198(L)~Worn.
- Escutcheon, then M.I. (engraved) on a black slab (marble?).
- Susanna Morley, d. 19 Apr 1667, aet 71; daughter and heir of Thomas Hodgson, Gent., of Pounslow; and wife of Robert Morley, Esq., of Glynde; also, William Morley, Esq., of Glynde, d. 20 May 1679, aet 25; also, Frances Morley, d. 1712, daughter of Robert Morley, Esq.
114N Ledger for John Morley TREVOR, d. 1706, his brother Thomas, d. 1707, and sister Elizabeth, d. 1722
- Sanctuary floor, West side, South of centre.
- 68(W) x 175(L)~Good.
- Escutcheon and M.I. (engraved) on a black slab (marble?).
- John Morley Trevor, d. 24 May 1706, aet 2, son of another John Morley Trevor; also, Thomas Morley Trevor, d. 16 Dec 1707, aged 2 months, second son of John Morley Trevor; also, Elizabeth Morley Trevor, d. 7 Mar 1722, aet 19, daughter of John Morley Trevor and Lucy his wife.
- Porch, against South wall.
- 80(W) x 120(H)~Worn; local losses.
- M.I. on rectangular panel set portrait-wise; arched top; curved base.