East Sussex Church Monuments - 1530 to 1830 - Archive of Photographs
by Professor Nigel Llewellyn

(93) EASTBOURNE, St. Mary

Arcades and most of the remainder c.1200, aisle windows a little later, late 14th-century remains of Easter Sepulchre in chancel - Nairn & Pevsner (483-4); this area was altered to accommodate 93A - Horsfield (Sussex I 296-7); sympathetic restorations took place between 1844-1873, see Leeney (SAC 88 157ff); for a plan see SNQ XV 18; for a view from South-East see G.F. Chambers 'Eastbourne' (SAC 14 127); in 1686 it was reported that paving was required - Ford (51); the chancels belonged at that date to Mr Alcorn [centre?], Sir William Wilson (South-East) and the Gildredges (North-East); by 1724, the repairs [centre?] belonged to Mr Thomas Worge - Ford (167); in Horsfield's day the North-East chapel was for Gildredge and Gilbert and the South-East for Cavendish; the parish was always populous: there were 500 communicants in 1603, see Renshaw (Ecclesiastical Returns).

93A Wall monument for Henry LUSHINGTON, d. 1763

-  South nave aisle, South wall, near West end, at head height.

-  147(W) x 287(H)~Very good; cracks (arms).

-  Portrait bust in civil dress on moulded pedestal against grey marble backplate contained within moulded ogival arch; over the subject's head, an escutcheon flanked by garlands; below, straight base moulding, then M.I. (many lines, engraved, black) filling an unframed white marble panel set landscape-wise; at foot, 2 scrolled corbels.

-  Henry Lushington, soldier (East India, Calcutta, etc.), from 1754, died Patna, India, 1763, aet 26; eldest son of Henry Lushington, D.D., vicar of Eastbourne, and Mary his wife.

93B Mural monument for John MORTIMER, d. 1824

-  South aisle, West wall, high up.

-  c.102(W); (H) inaccessible~Very good.

-  M.I. (22 + 22 lines, engraved, black) on a white marble panel; thick black baseplate; below, base mould, 2 squared corbels with rose decorative; above, decorative frieze, cornice moulding and pointed pediment with blank lozenge.

-  John Mortimer, late of Lewisham, Kent, d. 6 Oct 1824, aet 49; second son of Charles Smith and Elizabeth Mortimer, of Eastbourne; John Mortimer's eldest son, John Russell, d. 27 Oct 1810, aet 4; and his youngest son, John, of Redhill, Surrey, d. 18 Nov 1876, aet 65, buried at Norwood; also Charles and Elizabeth Mortimer's youngest daughter, Maria d. 17 Jan 1866, aet 81.

93C Mural monument for Joseph FILDER, d. 1818

-  South nave aisle wall, West end, at head height.

-  118(W) x 107(H)~Very good.

-  M.I. (6 lines, engraved, centred, black) on a panel of trapezoidal form; moulded frame flanking; cornice moulding, then scrolled pediment with rosettes and foliage; below, apron with small escutcheon with motto and ferns, flanked by 2 decorative corbels; all on a thin black baseplate; unsigned.

-  Joseph Filder of Eastbourne, d. 28 Dec 1818, aet 61; his wife, Mary, d. 21 Mar 1795, aet 37.

93D Mural monument for Rev. Alexander BRODIE, d. 1828

-  Nave, South wall, West end, very high, above 81C.

-  85(W) x (H) inaccessible~Very good.

-  M.I. (engraved, Latin) fills a white marble panel in pedestal form; thin, black baseplate; above, a frieze of volutes, drapes and a rose; on top, a flaming urn on base mouldings; below, in relief on the apron, the symbols of a pastor's office; decorative corbel signed (lower right, only partly legible): '... [SQUARE?] / LONDON'.

-  Rev. Alexander Brodie, D.D., vicar of Eastbourne for 18 years, d. 18 Jun 1828, aet 53; his widow, Anna, d. 6 Oct 1864, aet 85; issue - 11 children; eldest son Alexander, d. 9 May 1815, aet 6.

93E Grave marker for Alexander BRODIE, d. 1815

-  Nave floor, far West end.

-  46(W) x 46(H)~Good.

-  M.I. (engraved) in a diamond-shaped slate panel.

93F Mural monument for Arthur PIGGOTT, d. 1819

-  Nave, North wall, far West end, at head height.

-  105(W) x c.145(H)~Very good.

-  M.I. (engraved, black) fills white marble oval panel; thin black baseplate; below, small scrolled corbels for both panel and frame; unsigned; top 6 lines original, remainder added.

-  Sir Arthur Piggott, Knt, d. 6 Sep 1819, aet 69; his wife of 46 years, Jane, d. 3 Jul 1841, aet 89.

93G Mural monument for Thomas WILLARD, d. 1794, his wife, 3 children and ancestors

-  North aisle, North wall, far West end, above head height.

-  c.90(W), (H) inaccessible~Good; staining.

-  M.I. (many lines, engraved, black, centred) fills a white oval plaque with light black inlay border; above, an escutcheon on a stand; below, white base moulding and partial black backplate; below that, black apron with engraved M.I. in slate (11 lines, engraved); at foot, small ball finial; unsigned.

-  Thomas Willard, Esq., of Eastbourne, d. 21 Jan 1794, aet 64; his widow, Harriot, d. 14 Dec 1807, aet 68; their eldest son, Thomas George Willard, d. 2 Feb 1794, aet 34, buried St. Bride's, Fleet Street, London; second son, William Davis Willard, d. 18 May 1778, aet 16; and fourth daughter, Louisa, d. 13 Jan 1777, aet 4; also, George Willard, of Eastbourne, buried 24 Feb 1559, aet 75; his widow, Sisley Willard, buried 26 Apr 1559, aet 71.

93H Mural monument for Mary Ann WILLARD, d. 1812, and later members of the family

-  North aisle, North wall, East of 81G, above head height.

-  102(W); (H) inaccessible~Very good; colour.

-  M.I. (many lines, engraved, black) on a rectangular white panel set portrait-wise; flanking, black Doric pilasters, breaking forward on scrolled and fluted corbels; below, curved apron with additional M.I. and pink inlay border; above, entablature mouldings supporting a white marble obelisk with achievement.

-  Mary Ann Willard, d. 22 Feb 1812, aet 30; daughter of Nathaniel William Thomas, Esq., of Cobcourt, Selmeston; and first wife of Nicholas Willard, Esq., of Eastbourne, d. 12 May 1852, aet 77, sixth son of Thomas Willard, Esq.; second wife was Barbara Bean Willard, d. 30 Apr 1817, aet 28, daughter of Captain George Bayly, of Storrington, Sussex; and third wife was Louisa, d. 21 May 1866, at Paris; also, Charles Willard, Esq., of Eastbourne, fourth son of Thomas Willard, d. 22 May 1843, aet 80, buried Sevenoaks, Kent; also Maria Ann Cole, third daughter of Thomas Willard and widow of Rev William Cole, d. 12 Apr 1844, aet 75, buried Brighton; also Harriott Willard, spinster, eldest daughter of Thomas Willard, d. 30 Jan 1846, aet 80.

93I Ledger for Jane MARCHANT, d. 1762?

-  North aisle floor, towards West end.

-  65(W) x 192(L)~Very worn.

-  M.I. (few lines, shallow engraved) in upper 30% of a cream freestone slab; head to West.

93J Mural monument for Nicholas VENTRIS, d. 1734, and others

-  North aisle, North wall, to West of North door, at head height.

-  c.97(W)~Very good.

-  A black backplate in obelisk form; a white unframed oval panel with M.I. (25 lines (16+9) engraved); below, grey base moulding, then a curved ornamental apron, blank, with black ball finial at foot.

-  Nicholas Ventris, Gent., d. 16 Jun 1734, aet 66; his wife Mary, d. 12 Jan 1743/4, aet 73; eldest son John, d. 29 May 1710, aet 7; youngest son Nicholas, d. 1 Nov 1765, aet 59; also Henry Marchant, Gent., d. 11 Oct 1762, aet 66; his wife Jane, d. 7 Oct 1789, aet 90; also Mary Mayfield, widow, d. 26 Dec 1805, aet 92; also Jane, daughter of William and Mary Russell, d. 2 Apr 1768, aet 32.

93K Mural monument for Mary LUSHINGTON I, d. 1775, and Mary Lushington II, d. 1811

-  North aisle, North wall, centre, high.

-  106(W)~Very good; colour.

-  81 K is pendant with 81H; signed 'MORRIS invenit & sculpsit'.

-  Mary Lushington, d. 24 Jul 1775, aet 66; first wife of Henry Lushington, D.D., vicar of Eastbourne; and daughter of Roger Altham, D.D., archdeacon of Middlesex, etc.; issue unnamed; another Mary, second wife of Henry Lushington, d. 17 Apr 1811, aet 78.

93L Ledger for Jane WILLARD, d. 1739, and Mary Willard, d. 1774

-  North aisle floor, East end.

-  65(W) x 122(L)~Pitted; damaged edges.

-  Empty space for arms, then M.I. (14 lines engraved) filling surface of freestone slab; head to West.

93M Mural monument for William and Herbert MORTIMER, d. 1808 and d. 1810

-  North choir aisle, North wall, between windows, above head height.

-  c.80(W) x 109(H)~Very good; faded, local loss (upper right).

-  A flat, moulded cornice; below, M.I. (7+6 lines, engraved) on an unframed panel; below, base mouldings and 2 small corbels with low relief acanthus decorative.

-  William Mortimer, d. 24 Aug 1808, aet 27; fifth son of Charles Smith and Elizabeth Mortimer; also their sixth son, Herbert Mortimer, sailor (East India Co.), died circa 5 Sep 1810, aet 25, lost at sea off the coast of China.

93N Mural monument for Charles Davies GIDDY, d. 1813

-  North-East chapel, North wall, towards West end, at head height.

-  44(W) x 38(H)~Excellent; faded.

-  M.I. on polished cream marble panel; dark grey cretaceous limestone backplate; above, in centre, in relief, an escutcheon.

-  Charles Davies Giddy, 15 Apr 1810 - 16 May 1813, eldest son of Davies and Mary Ann Giddy.

93O Mural monument for Nicholas GILBERT, d. 1774, and family

-  North-East chapel, against North wall, West end, resting on the floor.

-  111(W) x 89(H)~Fine; fading; leeching.

-  M.I. (20 lines [15+5], engraved, centred, black) on simple unframed cream marble panel set landscape-wise; grey marble frame; no mouldings.

-  Nicholas Gilbert, Gent., d. 29 Jul 1774, aet 67; his wife Susanna, d. 20 Jun 1767, aet 56; issue - Susanna, d. 16 Mar 1816, aet 73; Mary Anne, wife of Davies Giddy, of Tredrea, Cornwall; eldest son, Nicholas, d. 7 Apr 1797, aet 62; Nicholas' wife, Catherine, d. 4 Jul 1782, aet 40; Nichoas and Catherine's daughter, also Catherine, died an infant; second son Charles, d. 1 Feb 1816, aet 79, patron of 93O; third son John, d. 3 Nov 1757, aet 19; youngest son, Thomas, d. 15 Apr 1782, aet 41, husband of Ann, d. 1807.

93P Mural monument for Ann GILBERT, d. 1807, and her daughter Mary Ann, d. 1845

-  North-East chapel, North wall, beneath the window, resting on the floor.

-  126(W) x 88(H)~Fine; faded.

-  M.I. (7+13 lines, engraved) fills shallow cream panel set landscape-wise; simple grey-black frame; no mouldings.

-  Ann Gilbert, d. 12 Jul 1807, buried London, widow of Thomas Gilbert; her daughter, Mary Ann, 29 Feb 1776 - 26 Apr 1845; wife from 18 Apr 1808, of Davies Giddy (later, Davies Gilbert), who d. about 1840; issue - 4 children survive Mary Ann.

93Q Mural monument for Katherine GILDREDGE, d. 1629

-  North-East chapel, North wall, North-East corner, at head height.

-  150(W) x 290(H)~Very good; local losses; colour.

-  M.I. (53 lines, engraved) on a large composite slate panel, set portrait-wise; flanking, attached Corinthian columns with gilded capitals; on their tall pedestals, escutcheons and masks on the outer returns, with scrolled corbels at foot; main M.I. within a moulded alabaster setting; above, a cherub, then, open broken segmented pediment with 2 angels reclining on upper cornice; achievement on very top with blank black panel below; below the main M.I., another M.I. (11 lines) in part dedicated to the patron 'Nicholas Gildredge'; at the very foot, another cherub, as corbel supporting a bulging black panel with additional M.I. (3 lines, gilded).

-  Katherine Gildredge, d. 2 Oct 1629, buried 4 Oct; one of four daughter of Edward Burton, of Eastbourne, Knt, and his wife, Mary; Katherine's husband (since 15 Aug 1627), Nicholas Gildredge, of Eastbourne; issue - Thomas, died in infancy; Katherine, d. 18 Mar 1635.

93R Wall-mounted brasses commemorating Nicholas GILDREDGE, d. 1605

-  North-East chapel, East wall, North of East window, at head height.

-  Shield: 15(W) x 18(H); M.I.: 42(W) x 20(H)~Fine.

-  An escutcheon above M.I. (8 lines, engraved).

-  Nicholas Gildredge, Esq., d. Nov 1605, aet 26; his wife, Mary, eldest daughter of Ralph Pope, Esq., of Hyndale, Buxted; issue - son, also Nicholas.

93S Wall-mounted brasses commemorating Mary FOSTER, d. 1616

-  North-East chapel, East wall, South of East window, at head height.

-  Arms: 19(W) x 21(H)~Highly polished.M.I.: 46(W) x 43(H)~Part stained.

-  On the lower brass M.I. (19 lines, engraved).

-  Mary Foster, d. 6 Dec 1616, aet 31; daughter of Ralph Pope; her first husband, Nicholas Gildredge; issue - a son Nicholas; her second husband, John Foster, issue 4 sons, 2 daughters.

93T Ledger for William ALLEN, d. 1719

-  North choir aisle floor, centre, entrance to North-East chapel.

-  50(W) x 95(L)~Edges fine; M.I. worn.

-  M.I. (9 lines, engraved) in upper 50% of a pale yellow freestone slab; head to West.

-  William Allen, d. ?? Mar 1719, aet 27; son of another William and Phyllis Allen.

93U Ledger for Frances WIER, d. 1795

-  North choir aisle floor, South side, East end.

-  93(W) x 186(L)~Very good.

-  M.I. (4 lines, engraved) in upper 30% of a black slab; head to West.

93V Ledger for Elizabeth WRIGHT, d. 1721

-  North choir aisle floor, North of 93U.

-  95(W) x 172(L)~Scratched; worn.

-  M.I. (engraved) in upper 25% of cretaceous limestone slab; head to West.

93W Ledger for Anne LANGSTAFF, d. 1742

-  North choir aisle floor, North of 93V.

-  89(W) x 177(L)~Very worn.

-  M.I. engraved in freestone slab.

93X Anonymous ledger probably for [John CROWH]URST?, d. 1754, and his wife Elizabeth, d. 1763

-  North choir aisle floor, South side, largely obscured by furnishings.

-  83(W) x 179(L)~Worn.

-  M.I. (engraved) in upper 75% of cream freestone slab; head to West.

-  [Crow]hurst, d. 3 ??? 1754[?], aet 67; his wife Elizabeth, d. 7 Apr 1763, aet 77.

93Y Ledger for Catherine MORTIMER, d. 1746, and relatives

-  North choir aisle floor, centre.

-  91(W) x 195(L)~Fine; very worn in places.

-  M.I. (7+7+7+5 lines, centred, engraved) on a cream freestone slab; head to West.

-  Catherine Mortimer, d. 6 Oct 1746, aet 44; wife of Thomas Mortimer, Gent.; also, her sister, Frances Smith, spinster, d. 10 May 1750, aet illegible; also, their mother, Catherine, widow, d. 20 Oct 1750, aet 80; also, Thomas Mortimer, d. 31 Oct 1774, aet 78.

93Z Ledger for Susanna EVERSFIELD, d. 1689

-  North choir aisle floor, centre, North of 93Y.

-  82(W) x 166(L)~Fine; local losses (upper).

-  M.I. (12 lines, engraved) in upper 60% of black slab; head to West.

-  Susanna Eversfield, d. 2 Aug 1689, aet 63; widow of John Eversfield, Esq.; her first husband was Thomas Foster.

93AA Ledger for Nicholas GILBERT, d. 1713

-  North choir aisle floor, South side, now obscured by an organ.

-  (W) inaccessible; 180(L)~Worn.

-  End parts of M.I. visible (10 lines, engraved) in upper 30% of a cream freestone slab; head to West.

-  Nicholas Gilbert, d. ?? May ????, aet 39; and his wife, Mary, d. 20 Aug ????

93BB Ledger for Thomas GILBERT, d. 1704/5

-  North choir aisle floor, centre, North of 93AA.

-  100(W) x 192(L)~Fine; faded.

-  M.I. (6 lines, engraved) in upper 30% of pale cream freestone slab; head to West.

-  Thomas Gilbert, Gent., d. 14[?] Mar 1704/5, aet 70.

93CC Ledger for Jane MORTIMER, d. 1824

-  North choir aisle floor, centre, North of 93BB.

-  92(W) x 102(L)~Damaged (East end and sides); very worn.

-  M.I. (8 lines centred, engraved, gilded?).

-  Jane Mortimer, d. 24 Mar 1824, aet 86; relict of John Hamilton Mortimer, Esq.

93DD Ledger for Thomas WILLARD, d. 1733

-  North choir aisle floor, against South wall, partly obscured by furniture.

-  97(W) x 198(L)~Good.

-  Escutcheon then M.I. (17 lines) fills surface of black slab (slate?); head to West.

-  Thomas Willard, Gent., of Eastbourne, d. 16 Jun 1733, aet 77; his great-niece, Katherine, d. 13 Aug 1735, aet 8, daughter of another Thomas Willard and Mary Willard; also Thomas Willard's nephew, also Thomas Willard, d. 6 Jan 1735/6, aet 36.

93EE Ledger for Susanne WEEKES, d. 1705

-  North choir aisle floor, North of 93DD.

-  85(W) x 182(L)~Cracks; rust.

-  M.I. (11 lines, engraved) in upper 50% of pale cream freestone slab; head to West.

-  Susanne Weekes, d. 28 Aug 1705, aet 12; third daughter of John Weekes, Gent., late of Westfield, Sussex; and his wife, Mary, daughter of Thomas Gilbert, Gent., of Eastbourne.

93FF Ledger for [?] a daughter of Anna PHILCOX, date unknown

-  North choir aisle floor, centre.

-  54(W) x 100(L)~Worn; local damage (lower corners).

-  M.I. fills surface of a cut down cretaceous freestone slab; head to East.

-  Illegible.

93GG Ledger for [Samuel] PILBEAM, d. 1737

-  North choir aisle floor, centre, towards North wall.

-  64(W) x 76(L)~Poor; cracked; edges damaged.

-  M.I. (engraved) fill upper 60% of surface of cut down shelly slab; head to North.

-  Samuel Pilbeam, d. 16 Sep 1737, aet 40; wife and issue unnamed.

93HH Ledger for Elizabeth DUTTON, d. 1758

-  North choir aisle floor, centre, towards West end.

-  66(W) x 76(L)~Very worn; edges damaged.

-  M.I. (8? lines, engraved) in upper 75% of surface of cream cretaceous freestone slab; head to North.

-  Elizabeth Dutton, d. 20 Apr 1758, aet illegible; also illegible.

93II Mural monument for Major General WORGE, d. 1774

-  Choir North wall, West end, above head height.

-  90(W) x 198(H)~Very good; fading.

-  M.I. (6 lines, engraved) on cream marble panel with scrolled cornice; dark grey border; above, in centre, an urn in relief; below, decorated apron and ball finial at foot.

-  Major General Worge, d. 4 May 1774, aet 69.

93JJ Wall-mounted brass for James GRAVES, d. 1647

-  Sanctuary, North wall, far East end, near floor and modern steps.

-  31 square~Fine.

-  M.I. (12 lines, engraved) in crude Latin lettering on rectangular brass plate.

93KK Ledger for Henry LUSHINGTON, d. 1779

-  Sanctuary floor, towards North wall, partly built over by modern steps.

-  99(W) x 194(visible L)~Worn.

-  M.I. (16 lines, engraved, centred) on a black (marble?) slab; head to East.

-  Henry Lushington, D.D., vicar of Eastbourne for 44 years, d. 13 Jan 1779, aet 68; his wife, Mary, d. 24 Jul 1775, aet 65; their issue, Henry Lushington of Bengal and 7 others.

93LL Ledger for Mary LUSHINGTON, d. 1811

-  Sanctuary floor, alongside and South of 93KK, partly built over by modern steps.

-  Exposed area: 109(W) x 148(L)~Fair.

-  M.I. (10 lines, engraved) on a black slab.

-  Mary Lushington, widow, d. 17 Apr 1811, aet 78.

93MM Mural monument for Thomas ALCHORNE and others, dated 1735

-  Choir South wall, West end, high up.

-  110(W) x 260(H)~Excellent; local damage (lower left); colour.

-  In a variety of marbles and coloured stones; M.I. (11 lines) in upper 75% of a black rectangular panel set portrait-wise; flanking, decorative panels and scrolls; above, cornice mouldings, flaming lamps left and right, large central achievement on a stand; below, thick dark base moulding on 2 scrolled corbels; between, the apron formed by a voluted cap on an acanthus corbel.

-  Thomas Alchorne, Esq., and his wife, Frances, d. 10 Sep 1735, daughter of John De La Chambre, son of Sir Laurence De La Chambre, of Rodmell, Sussex; issue - three daughters, two of whom, Anne and Judith, died as infants; also her sister, Anne De La Chambre.

93NN Wall-mounted brasses for the BURTON Family, dated 1586, 1631, etc.

-  South-East chapel, North wall, against the wall.

-  Base stone: 76(W) x 99(H); Top left brass shield: 18.5(W) x 21(H); Top right brass shield: 18(W) x 21(H); Upper brass M.I.: 38.5(W) x 18(H); Lower brass M.I.: 43.5(W) x 21(H)~All fine.

-  A shallow, grey freestone slab; squared bottom end; gabled top; supporting 4 brasses; above, 2 escutcheons; in the centre, a M.I.; below, another M.I.

-  Mary Burton, buried 19 Apr 1631, only daughter of Henry Perient, Esq., of Birch, Essex; her husband, Sir Edward Burton, Knt; issue - 15 unnamed.

93OO Ledger for Lady Rechard WILSON, d. 1686/7 and her daughter Rechard EXETER, d 1755

-  South-East chapel floor, towards North wall, partly obscured by altar rail.

-  83(W) x 169(L)~Very good; minor pitting.

-  Escutcheon, then M.I. (6+7 lines, engraved) in centre and at lower end of a black marble slab; head to West.

-  Lady Rechard Wilson, buried 1 Mar 1686/7, wife of Sir William Wilson; their daughter Rechard Exeter, relict of William Exeter, Gent., d. ?? Jun 1755.

93PP Ledger for Sir William WILSON, Bart., d. 1685, and his wife Mary, d. 1681

-  South-East chapel floor, centre.

-  113(W) x 153(visible L)~Good; damaged edges.

-  Very large escutcheon then M.I. (6? lines, engraved) on a black slab (marble?); head to West, other lines perhaps now obscured by altar.

-  William Wilson, d. 9 Dec 1685, aet 77; rest obscured by furnishings.

93QQ Ledger for William WILSON, d. 1713

-  South-East chapel floor, towards South wall.

-  95(W) x 196(L)~Good.

-  M.I. (engraved, centred) on a black marble slab; head to East.

-  William Wilson, Esq., d. 15 Jul 1713, aet 31; only son of Sir William Wilson, Bart.; William Wilson's wife Jane, only daughter of the late Nicholas Townley, Esq.

93RR Ledger for an anonymous female, d. 1743

-  South aisle floor, East end, near door into South-East chapel, now partly obscured by a prayer desk.

-  97(W) x 200(visible L)~Fine.

-  M.I. (3 lines engraved) at West end of a black slab (marble?) mostly unlettered; head to West.

93SS Mural monument for Anne Colden NEVILLE, d. 1798

-  South choir aisle, South wall, towards West end, above head height.

-  51.5(W) x 91(H)~Very good; faded.

-  M.I. (10 lines, engraved, centred) on a panel; arched top; engraved dark border.

-  Anne Colden Neville, d. 21 Aug 1798, aet 33; her husband, Major Neville, (Royal Artillery).

93TT Mural monument for James RANKING, d. 1827, and John RANKING, date of death unknown

-  South choir aisle, high on South wall, towards West end.

-  79(W) x 97(H)~Excellent.

-  In white marble on a black baseplate with curved profile, top and bottom; M.I. (13 lines, engraved, black) on a panel of sarcophagus form, on legs, on a ledge; above, moulding; at top, in low relief, a three-masted ship under sail; unsigned.

-  James Ranking, Commander of the SS Vittoria, d. 12/13 Feb 1827, aet 44, drowned in the Bay of Biscay; also John Ranking, died Surinam, dates unknown, aet 14; admonitory text.

93UU Mural monument for Jane-Eliza WAKE, d. 1823

-  South aisle, South wall, East of main door, at head height.

-  109(W) x 73(H)~Very good; fading.

-  A shallow, black baseplate; M.I. (14 lines, engraved) on white marble tablet, unframed, with 2 corbels with acanthus decoration; cornice over; at top, pointed pediment with flames left and right; signed (lower right): 'WHITING, Sculp. NORTHAMPTON'.

-  Jane-Eliza Wake, d. 8 Jun 1823, aet 44, buried Eastbourne; her husband, Richard William Wake, rector of Courteenhall, Northamptonshire; no issue mentioned; her many virtues.

93VV Mural monument for Lucy WRAY, d. 1824

-  South aisle, South wall, East of main door, at head height.

-  65(W) x 91(H)~Very good.

-  Black baseplate; 2 grey marble corbels; grey marble panel set landscape-wise; raised central section, with cusped corners; M.I. (9 lines, engraved, centred).

-  Lucy Wray, d. 14 Nov 1824; daughter of Rev. Sir William Ulithorn Wray, Bart., of Darley, Derbyshire, and his wife, Frances, daughter of Rev. Francis Bromley, D.D.; Lucy Wray's virtues and piety.

93WW Ledger stone for Charles BALDWYN, d. 1801

-  South aisle floor, West of South door, East of 93XX.

-  82(W) x 180(L)~Very worn centre.

-  M.I. (12 lines, engraved, centred) in upper 50% of a pale yellow freestone slab; head to West.

93XX Ledger stone for Elizabeth ........, d. 1819

-  South aisle floor, West of South door, West of 93WW.

-  83(W) x 178(L)~Very worn.

-  M.I. (13 lines, engraved, centred) on a pale yellow freestone slab; engraved border, cusped corners; head to West.