119A Mural monument for Edward LUXFORD, d. 1746, his wife Jane, d. 1768, and several descendants including members of the LAUGHAM and PLUMER families
- North aisle, North wall, East of North door, at head height.
- 154(W); (H) unknown~Excellent; crack (pediment); faded.
- In grey marble, a pointed pediment with a broken entablature on fluted brackets; enclosing an escutcheon with a Baroque frame; behind, a secondary order; below, M.I. (21 + 5 lines) on white marble tablet; irregular moulded frame; decorative border in raunce; below, base moulding and another M.I. (7 lines); flanking, squared pilasters and base moulding on scrolled corbels; at foot, another escutcheon in a Baroque frame; corbel decoration with ferns.
- Edward Luxford, d. 3 Mar 1745/6, aet 66; his wife, Jane, d. 6 Sep 1768, aet 86; issue - eldest son, John, d. 13 May 1775, aet 64; eldest daughter, Mary, d. 11 May 1763, aet 50; fourth daughter, Ann, d. 16 Mar 1742/3, aet 23; youngest son, Edward, d. 7 Dec 1770, aet 47; Edward's wife, Frances, d. 7 Oct 1796, aet 72, and their issue, Frances, d. 26 May 1763, aet [email protected] also, Abraham Laugham, d. 12 Jun 1793, aet 76; his wife, Jane, d. 15 Apr 1805, aet 90, daughter of Edward and Jane Luxford; and their issue, Ann, d. 11 Apr 1757, aet [email protected] also, Richard Plumer, Esq., of South Sea House, London, d. 3 May 1813, aet 58; and his wife, Elizabeth, d. 16 Dec 1798, aet 41, daughter of Abraham and Jane Laugham.