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

(292) WESTHAM, St. Mary

292V Mural monument for John Meres FAGGE, d. 1769

-  South-East chapel, North wall, North-East corner, above head height.

-  88(W); (H) unknown~Sound; local losses (arms at top).

-  Black baseplate in obelisk form; white marble escutcheon with scrolled frame; a white oval unframed tablet with M.I. (engraved, black); below the base moulding, an ornamental apron with more lettering and a black ball finial.

-  John Meres Fagge, Esq., of Westham, d. 25 Mar 1769, aet 71; his wife, Allice, d. 2 Oct 1753, aet 55, daughter of Thomas Woodyer, Esq.; issue - eldest son, John Meres Fagge, Esq., of Middle Temple and Trinity Hall, Cambridge, d. 18 May 1750, aet 24; youngest son, Thomas Fagge, d. 6 Jun 1749, aet 17; youngest daughter, Allice Fagge, date of death unknown, an infant; their only surviving child, Dame Elizabeth Peachey, widow of Sir John Peachey, Bart.