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THE 

MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS 

IN THE 

CHURCHES AND CHURCHYARDS 

OF THE 

ISLAND OF BARBADOS, 

BRITISH WEST INDIES. 



EDITED BY 

VEEE LANGFOED OLIVER, M.R.C.S., &c. 

MEMBEE OF THE AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 
CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. 



Bis dat qui cito dat. 



LONDON : 
MITCHELL HUGHES AND CLARKE, 140 WARDOUR STREET, W. 

1915, 






preface. 



rr^HE following monumental inscriptions were copied by the Editor, 
-*- during his visit to Barbados, in the winter of 1913-14. 

The}^ comprise all those in the churches and churchyards, but not 
those in dissenting chapels or modern cemeteries. 

About 100 of the oldest Jewish inscriptions have been also included. 

A few notes have been given, but the addition of many more would 
have delayed publication. 

Every facility was afforded him by the Bishop and clergy, the former 
of whom, during a very long residence in the West Indies, has made an 
extensive collection of notes on the ecclesiastical history of his diocese, 
which his Lordship hopes, wlien he has leisure, to sort and print. 

The Editor therefore, not wishing to encroach on Bishop Swaby's 
research work, confined his attention to the church memorials. 

A collection of these, down to the year 1750, with a selection of those 
of a later period, was made by Capt. Lawrence Archer, when quartered 
in the Island, as he tells us, for a short period in 1857-8, and this appeared 
in his well-known quarto volume published in 1875. 

Several of those inscriptions recorded by him are no longer to be seen, 
so that his collection is still invaluable, and in no way depreciated by the 
appearance of this present volume. 

His MS., which he presented in 1860 to the British Museum (Add. MS. 
23,608), should be consulted, as it contains many notes not in his book. 

The churches throughout the Island are scrupulously clean and better 
attended to than most in England, the absence of glass windows and free 
current of wind keeping them very fresh and sweet. The churchyards 
are all walled in and well looked after. 

The absence of frost has tended to preserve the marble slabs in the 
burial-grounds, but the prevalence of hurricanes and earthquakes has, 
on the other hand, helped to crack and destroy the tablets and slabs 
inside the buildings. 



879 



VI PREFACE. 

The -well-executed armorial work on so many of the old blue marhle 
slabs is evidence of English origin, but a certain number of the later 
plain marble tablets were cut locally. 

Barbados, first settled about Feb. 1626-7, is the only island in the 
Caribbean Sea which has remained uninterruptedly in English possession. 
Its position so far to windward : its distance from any French naval 
base: and the great number of its fighting men, all conducing to its 
freedom from attack. It still enjoys a free elective House of Assembly 
presided over by its Speaker. 

James Town, now called Hole Town, was founded in 1626-7 by 
Sir William Courteen's men, and Bridgetown in 1628 by the Earl of 
Carlisle's settlers. In 1629 Gov. Sir William Tufton created six parishes : 
Christ Church, St. Michael, St. James, St. Thomas, St. Peter, and 
St. Lucy. 

In a deed of 1639 in the local Eecord Office I saw the signatures of the 
Council and Assembly, and it has been stated that there were then (as 
now) eleven parishes. In a deed of 25 Feb. 1640 Governour Henry 
Huncks "ordered y^ church of St. George to pay 10,000 lbs. in May next 
1641 to the parish of St. Michael, otherwise St. George to belong as 
formerly to St. Michael." In Lygon's "History," of which the first 
edition was issued in 1657 and the second in 1673, is an ancient map, 
probably by Captain John Swanne, who signed as surveyor in 1639 and 
several years later, on which are given the names of the settlers and four 
churches drawn, viz. : St. Peter's, St. James, St. Michael and Christ 
Church. Lygon describes how he himself superintended the cutting of 
" Church wayes " through the woods, using a compass in places. In 
1645 many Eoyalists arrived after the battle of Naseby, and took a 
prominent part in affairs, until the colony submitted on good terms to 
Ayscue. 

The first local Act is dated 1648, the earlier ones having been lost or 
burnt. The government continued to be proprietary under the Earls of 
Carlisle until the Eestoration. By Act No. 18 of 1661 five precincts for 
courts were formed : — 

1. Christ Church and St. Philip. 

2. St. Michael, St. George and St. John. 

3. St. Thomas and St. James. 

4. St. Peter, All Saints and St. Lucy. 

5. St. Andrew Overhills and St. Joseph. 

By another Act of that year it was ordered that registers were to be 
kept by the Minister, who was to send a certificate of the entries into the 
Secretary's office in March yearly, there to remain a record. 



Preface. vii 

Marriage licences were always issued by the Governor, but I have 
never seen any record of them in the W.I., and the Colonial Secretaries 
have always stated that they had none. 

A few years ago the Legislature ordered Transcripts of all parish 
registers to be made and deposited in the local Record Office, where there 
is also a complete general Index for the whole of the parishes. 

The Hurricane of 1831 destroyed seven parish churches, viz., those of 
Christ Church, St. Philip, St. John, St. Joseph, St. Lucy, St. Peter and 
St. Thomas, also six chapels of ease. 

In view of the inevitable recurrence of such disastrous visitations, it 
is the more essential to copy and print church memorials, serving as they 
do to remind us of many past worthies who did their share in building 
up the British Empire. Quorum animabus propicietur deus. 

Oct. 1915. V. L. OLIVER. 




( viii ) 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

A. *• History of Antigua," by the Editor. 

Archer. " Monumental Inscriptions of the British West Indies," by Capt. 

Lawrence Archer. 
C. " Caribbeana," by the Editor. 

Col. Cal. Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, America and West Indies. 
D.N.B. " Dictionary of National Biography." 

Foster. " Alumni Oxonienses," by Joseph Foster. 

Fothergill. " Emigrant Ministers to America 1690—1811," by Gerald Fothergill. 
Hotten. " The Original Lists of Emigrants to the American Plantations," by 

J. G. Hotten [with transcripts of some Barbadian Registers of 

1678—80]. 



Only 200 Copies printed. 



MONUMEiNTAL INSOEIPTIONS 



IN 



BARBADOS 



ST. MICHAEL'S CATHEDEAL. 

In the cross walk running from the south to the north porch are the following 
fifteen ledgers : — 

1. Here lies the Body of | EOBEET HOOPEE Esq. | late Attourney 
Generall | of this Island who | de2)arted this life the 24 | of July 1700: aged 
fourty I three Years. 

Almost certainly identical with Eobert Hooper, son of Eobert Hooper of 
L., gent., of Hart Hall, matric. 15 Oct. 1674, aged 16, perhaps bar.-at-law, Gray's 
Inn, 1684, as son of Eobert of Sarum, Wilts, esq., deceased. (Foster.) 

1700, July 26. Eob* Hooper, Esq., in church. 

1749, June 13. Eeylond Hooper Esq'^. 

1754, Oct. 19. E. Hooper Esq^ (Burial Eegister.) 

The pedigree of Tho. Hooper of Sarura was entered in the Visitation of Wilts 
Anno 1623. Eobert his son was then dead s.p. 

See his monument, No. 59. 

2. The lettering is so sharp it must have been lately recut : — 

UnDEENEATH this ST0]SE are I DEPOSITED THE REMAINS | OF M®^ DOEOTHY 

EEEEE MOOEE | wife of edward henry moore | and daughter of the 

LATE I CHOLMELEY WILLOUGHBY ESQ. | SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE | ON THE 6'^^ 
JULY 1819, AGED 32 YEARS | AND WAS PLACED BY THE SIDE OF | HER ELDEST 
SON FRANCIS HKNRY | WHO DIED 15^^= NOT. 1816, AGED 10 YEARS. (15 linCS.) 

1853, Dec. 27. At West bourne-green, aged 60, Mary, relict of John Hodson, 
of the Audit Office, Somerset Ho., & niece of the 1. Wm. Moore, Attorney Gen- 
of B. (" G.M.," 1854, p. 221.) 



3. Sacred to the Memory | of JOHN HTJMPLEBY Esquire | Who | In the 
41*' Year of his Age | Fell the Victim | of a Violent and Dreadful Malady. | He 
departed this transitory life \ on the 28^^' of January 1814. (2 lines.) 

The remainder is under a pew. 

1814, Jan. 28. In Barbados, John Humbleby, esq. many years a respectable 
merchant in that island. (" G.M.," 408.) 



4. Much cracked and cemented : — 

THE I . . P:PULCHR . I of I . . . LIAM OXLET\ ptembee 1815. 

1817, Dec. 2. Yesterday Miss Sarah, youngest dau. of Wm. Oxley Esq. of 
this town. (" Barbados Mercury.") 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIOKS IN BAKBADOS. 

5. On a small square stone : — 

OB KOPLEE (sic) ob | Aug^ 2G'»> 1722 | Aged 56 | Tears. 

1722, Aug. 26. M' Jacob Kopkeein Church. (Burial Kegister.) 
Archer gives the age as 36 and the name Kopkee. 



6. Nearly all obliterated : — 

Heee Lies . . . Body of | CAPT. D . . . i Depakted titts Ltee | (1 line 

worn away) | . . . . BODY OF ! (2 lines worn away | OP OCTOB^ | 

1673. 

Archer gives " Cap*^ John Moody d, 1673," which may perhaps be this one. 
The above six are up to the crossing in centre. 



7. At the centre, nearly worn away : — 

heer lyes the body I M. MART MILLES, wife op iohn | milles 

/3VSTEMES IN THIS ISLAND WHO | DEPA . . . . | SEPT . . . . | ABOTT. 

Archer gives "Mary Miles, wife of John Miles .... d. ... . 1695." 
See gift of a silver bason by Mr. John Milles recorded in List of 1684. 
1673, Aug. 25. Mary Mills. (Burial Register.) 
1667, April 11. M"" John Mills & M" Mary Howard. 



8. Of L* Coll" lOHN MERRING Elq | one of the Barons of her Ma^'e | 
Hono'*'^ Court of Exchecq"" and | for Many years one of y^ Com- | million of y^ 
Peace In this If land | of Barbados who Dyed ye 28 of | Augult 1710 Aged about 
49 I years. 

1710, Aug. 28. L' Coll" Jn« Merring, Esq^ in church. (Burial Kegister.) 



9. Crest. — Out of a coronet an animaVs hrad over wreath and helmet. 
Abms. — Quarterly, 1 and 4, An inescutcheon hetween six mullets; 2 and 3, 
A chevron between three escallops [Chambeblaine] ; impaling: Between two 
hendlets engrailed three covered cups [Butler]. 

Here lyes interred the body | of the Honourable Colonel | Edward Ciiam- 
BEBLAINE One of | His Majesties Councill of this | Iflaiid, who was borne in the | 
County of Leicester in | England, who married Mary ! v*^ daughter of Edward 
Bvtleb I of Stratfoold in y^ County of | Bedford Esq. hee departed I this life y^ 
23 of luly 1673 | Aged 50 years. 

1673, July 24. Coll : Edw" Chamberlain in the Church. 

1678, Aug. 19. Edw. Chamberlaine, Esq , in Ch. 

1696, Dec. 1. M" Eliz. Chamberlaine. 

1711-12, March 22. M" Tankerville Chamberlaine, Spinster, in y^ Church. 
(Burial Register.) See " Caribbeana," iii., 46. 

A pedigree of Chamberlaine was recorded in the Visitation of Leicestershire, 
1619, and^ of Butler or Boteler in that of Bedfordshire. There were several 
Butlers merchants of this island. George, will dated 1 67(5 {^7, Ifale) ; Jacob, will 
dated 1669 (45, Penn) ; Jeffry, will proved 1662 (151, Laud). See the Registers 
of St. Nich. Aeon., Loudon. 



MOl^UMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 3 

10. A baron's coronet over Crest : A hull's head. 

Here lieth the Body | of LORD CLARINA | who departed this life at 
Barbados | after an illness of six days. 

(The remainder of the very lengthy inscription has been worn away by the 
passage of many feet.) 

1810, Jan. . . At Barbadoes Nathaniel William Massy, Lord Clarina, Baron 
Clarina of Elm, a major-general in the army. His Lordship was born May 23, 
1773 .... had been appointed to a command in the W.I., but was seized shortly 
after his arrival at Barbadoes with a malignant fever, which proved fatal after an 
illness of three days, etc. (" G-.M.," 384. See also a long notice in the " Barbados 
Mercury," " Caribbeana," ii., 87.) 



11. Very worn : — 

Sacred | to the Memory of | JAMES BOWDEN ESQR | Merchant | of the 
City of London \ who died in this Island | on the 4 March 1821 | Aged ... 1 
Years. 

1821, March 5. James Bowden. (Burial Register.) 

I wrote first of all doubtfully 1 March 1824, whereas the correct date was 
4 March 1821, thus proving how difficult it often is to distinguish between 1 and 4. 



12. A brownish stone: — 

.... RED I to the Memory of | ISABELLA | Wife of\ Gen Charles | 

Who died 26 Eeb : 18 . . | Aged 32 Years. 



13. In fine condition : — 

Crest. — An eagle {?) with, wings raised over W. and H. Arms. — On a chief 
a lion passant. Archer gives the field as Ermine. 

Here lyes Interr'd the Body of [ M^ WILLIAM GODMAN Merch*- | Son 
of the Rev'* M" Henry Godman | of the Kingdom of great Brittain | who 
departed this life the firft | day of August 1710 Aged 37 years | and Resident 
in this 1 Island 22 years. 

1710, Aug. 2. M"" W" Godman merch*. (Burial Register.) 



14. A very worn stone : — 

Here lie the Remains | of | Samuel Larocque Bruce | . . . . Dr. 99 | in the Year 
of his Age | he died. | (About seven more lines illegible.) 

1799, May 18. Samuel Laroque Bruce. (Burial Register.) 

Son of the Hon. Joseph Osborne B., a Judge of Barbados, by Jane Barwick 
his wife, and brother of Barwick B., M.D. 



15. Very large stone, the space left for arms being blank : — 

Lieu: Coll" CHRISTO JACSON | Efql lies here Vnderneath | Interred 
who Departed | this life the 9"' Day of | January 169f in | the 37"' yeare of his 
Age. 

1695-6, Jan. 10. Lt : Coll: Christopher Jackson. 

1710, Oct. 18. Thomas .Jackson Esq'', Provost Marshal. 

1736, Aug. 2. Coll" Christ" Jacson. (Burial Eegister.) 

Eliz. Jackson of B., wid. of Capt. John J. Will dated 5 May 1662. To be 
bur. in X* Ch. near husband. Cousins Ereres. Proved 21 March 1666 (38, Carr). 



16. Proceeding from the centre dowH the central walk to the west porch.. 
Helmet, no crest, mantling. 

Arms. — Argent, on a chevron five horseshoes, points downwcfrds. 




4 MOKUMENl?AL iKSCllIPltONS iK SaJIBADOS. 

Here lteth t« body of | M» Edward Crisp march'' : or this ] place 

T" eldest SONW of NiCHO : | CrISP MARCRT in bred street in I LONDON IN T« 
KINGDOM OF ENGLAND | HEE DEPARTED THIS LIFE T^ 14'»'= OF | lENVART 1678 
AGED 50 TEARS | AS ALSO | THE BODY OF M^ ThOMAS YeATS WHO | DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE UPON THE 2» | DAT OF MARCH IN THE TEAR OF OUR | LORD 168| [ AS 
ALSO I THE BODT OF M'"* MaRT YeATS WIFE TO | THE ABOVE MENTIONED PERSONS 
SHE I DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 25^= ^^y OF j AUGUST IN THE TEARE OF OUB 
LORD 1682. 

1678-9, Jan. 15. M"" Edward Crisp in Ch : 

1679-80, March 7. M' Jn° Crisp in Church. 

1680. March 25. Margrett y^ B^ of M'' .Jn« & Sarah Crisp. 

1680, Dec. 27. M'« Sarah Crisp. 

1681, Dec. 13. M" Jane Crisp in y^ Ch : 
1684, Dec. 12. The old M-" Jn« Crisp in Ch : 

Tho. Crispe from Barbados, merch*, was of Eltham, co. Kent, in 1656. 

The Hon. Sam. Crisp of Barbados was dead in England March 1695. 

Major Joseph Crisp of St. Kitts buried his 1st wife, Sybella Jordan, sister-in-law 
of Sir Era. Morton of Nevis in St. Mildred, Bread Street, 5 May 1679. See the 
Visitation of London and " History of the Crispe Eamily." 

1681-2, March 3. M'' Tho : Yeats, in y« Ch. 

1682, Aug. 26. M" Mary Yates (blot between Y. and a). (Burial Register.) 
1656, Aug. 13. Tho. Yate of Bristol, merch*, power of atty to my brother 

Eich** y., merch*, now in Barbadoes. I am partner with Wm. Thomas, Esq., in 
a plantation. (Deeds, vol. ii., 515.) 

Mrs. Margaret Tovey of Nevis (will proved 1725) was sister of Eob' Yate, 
Esq., of Bristol. 



17. OmiM Gurarum requies dilecta mearum \ Fida, Parens, Conjux Spes 
et Alumne Laris \ Accipe Chara Gomes noftri monvmenta dotoris \ Hie tihi 
perpetuo tempore vivet amor. \ Exuvice MABI^ Vxoris JED: GREABNLET \ 
2" Decembris Anno 1723. 

1723, Dec. 3. M""* Mary Chearuley wife of Cap* Edward Chearnley, in the 
Chancel. 

1731, Aug. 22. Coll" Edward Chearnley in the Chancel. (Burial Register.) 



18. Alongside No. 17, its north edge being under a pew, and the surface 
cracked and cemented. Shield with festoon encircling it. 

Arms. — A cross moUne charged loith a mullet., impaling, Infess between two 
harrulets wavy three lambs, and in chief two crosses potent, each ensigned with an 
annulet. No crest. Archer gives a third cross in base and bulls for lambs. 

Here lyeth Interrd the j of A[a]NIS WARD the [wife of] . . . . | 

lOSEPH WARD Merch . . . | departed this Life the [12"'] | January 1713 

Aged .... I And three M . . . .\ Here lyeth Interr . . . Bod . . . . | JAMES 

P[EMB]E[RT]ON of this | Merchant ... ho departed | the [29] . . y 

of lune 1736 and .... | .... 5'*' Year of his Age. 

The portions within brackets are from Archer. 

1713, Jan. 23. M" Agnes y<' wife of M'": Joseph Ward Merch* in Church. 
1736, June 30. M'' James Pemberton. (Burial Register.) 
His age on the stone was probably 35 or 55. 

1781, June 2. lAt Putney, Tho. Ward, esq: a B'es merchant. (" G.M.," 
294.) 

1839, April 8. In Bemard-st., Henry T. Ward of B. {Ibid., 553.) 



MOKUMENTAL iNSCiatTlOKS IK BARBADOS. 5 

19. A pew covers the left edge : — 

our Children Sons of | ... . AS and MAEY WITHEES | . . . ie 

Here Interred | . . e above mentioned MAEY | ... . THQS WITHEES Merc¥ 
who I . . ed this life Fe¥'J the \^^^ 1735 | Aged 43 Years. 

1735, Feb. 19. M''^ Mary Withers wife of Thomas Withers Esq''^ in the 
church. A Sermon. (Burial Eegister.) 



20. Alongside No. 19. A pew covers the right edge : — 

Here lieth Interr'd the | of EOBEET MO GEE | who departed 

this L .... I the 8*'' day of September .... | in the ^7^^ Year of hi ... . 



21. There are here three stones adjoining each other. This the south one of gi^y 
marble is almost entirely under the pew. The Inscription runs around in a border 
framewise. There are several of such stones in the Island, and they seem to have 
been in use during the period of 1670—90. The central oblong space is sometimes 
blank, more often it has a skull and cross bones, or a secondary inscription. In 
this case there are two thigh bones crossed. 

. . . . TH THE BODY OF . VMPHEY BeOCKDON MERCHANT | 1673 | . . . . years. 

1666, March 29. M' Humphrey Brockdon & M" Elizabeth Ford. (Parish 
Eegister.) 

1672, Feb. 18. M" Eliz. Brockdon in church. 

1673-4, Jan. 15. M^" Humphry Brockdon in y^ Church. 



22. Between Nos. 21 and 23 :— 

Beneath this Stone are deposited | the Eemains of the | Hon**'^ JOHN 
FEANK NICHOLLS | who departed this life | on the 16 of December 1807 | 
Aged twenty-five Years. See his tablet No. 120. 

1807, Dec. 19. On Wednesday last, after an illness of only 4 days & a short 
residence in this Island (to which he had been lately appointed Solicitor-Gen.) 
John F. Nicholls, Esq. who has left a young widow far distant from her native 
home to lament her loss. (" Barbados Mercury.") 



23. White marble, alongside No. 22, pews covering the right edge : — 

(One line above). | . . . . is placed . . . . | willtam Marshall ha ... | 

CHAPEL IK this TO .... | TWO INFANT CHILDREN | (SeVCU lines.) [ HIS MOTHER 
DIED JULY 29^= 18 . . I 67 YEARS | SISTER DIED SEPT" 18 . . | 7 DAYS | THER 
INFANT DIED DEC. . . I 12 DAYS | BELOVED WIFE AND MOTHER | 1791 DIED MAY 
25'= 183 . I MONTH AND TWO DAYS. | (4 HueS.) | MARSHALL HARTE, | THE ABOVE 
INSCRIPTION I MEMBERS OF HIS FAMILY ] JAN«^ 11 1851 | (8 lines.) 



24. White marble: — 

Here Lyes Interr'd ] the Body of | EDWAED JOEDAIN \ Organefst | 
Obi Dec .... 28, 1722 | Al . o . . . . th | Iord . . . . | . . . . faid . . | (Several 
more lines worn away.) 

Archer gives " Elizabeth Jordan his widow d. 30 Sept. 1737 aged 65." 

1722, Dec. 29. M"" Edward Jordan Organist of this Parish under the centre 
of the organ in^hurch. (Burial Eegister.) 



25. White marble : — 

Here lieth Interrd the Body . . . . | M : BERNAED HANNINGTON 
. . I who Departed this life the 14 | of July 1755 Aged 46 Years. 



6 MONUMENTAL tNSCRitTtONS IN BARBADOS. 

1755, July 14. Barnard Hannington. (Burial Register.) 

John Hauningtoii was at Eton 1770-7, s. of J. H. sugar maker from B'os, b. 

at Gloucester. Adm. sizar at S* John's Coll., Camb., 2 May 1777, B.A. 1781, 

M.A. 1784, B.D. 1814. (Eton Lists in MSS.) 



26. To the south, under the gallery and near the font, are 4 ledgers : — 
Here lies Interr"; the Body of | M''^ ELIZABETH CROUCH | who departed 
this life May | the 30>i' 1747 in the 52*^ | Tear of Her Age. 

1747, May 30. M" Elizabeth Crouch in Church. (Burial Register.) 



27. JOHN INNISS \ died January 10*^ 1816, | Aged 40 Years. 



White marble : — 

28. Crest. — A dove or martlet on helmet. Ermine a lion rampant, within a 
hordure engrailed Or. Motto below. — AuT ces .... jus t . . . . C, Rossi. 

Sacred j to the Memory [ of | J/^* JANE EDWARDS \ who departed this 
Life the | ll'i» April 1819. | Aged 63 Years. 

29. HEBE BEST THE REMAINS OF | M.^ ELEANOR FARLEY, I THE 
LAMENTED WIFE | OF ISAAC FAELEY ESQ* OF BEEBICE. | (14 Hnes.) | OBIIT 11*^0 
JUL: 1823, ^TAT 30. 

30 and 31. Two grey marble slabs in centre near the door with the inscriptions 
worn away. 

32. To north of centre under the gallery : — 

LiETH . . I . . BOTES . . | . . . . OD AND | (About 5 more lines undecipherable.) 

33. Starting from the centre of nave, east towards chancel are the following : 
Nos. 33, 34, and 35 are adjoining. Blue marble, cracked : — 

ALEXANDER SANDIFORD. No further inscription was ever on the 
stone. 

34. Alongside No. 33, on a small stone : — 

Helena Rich Nata 25° ( Ivlii 1664 Mortua 20 | Notembrts 1665 
GvLiELMV** I Rich Natys 25° Decembris | 1666 Mortyvs 17° ] Septembbis 
1667 I Kobertvs Rich | Natys 21 Noyembuis | 1668 Moetvys 17 Septem | 
bris 1670 I EfLiA et Filii j Roberti & . . . . Rich* | Vna et Fraterne 
Dormiynt. 

1665, Nov. 17. Hellena the D» of M-" Robert Rich, in Ch. 

The inscription gives 20 Nov. It is impossible to say which date is the 
correct one. 

1667, Sept. 19. W» the son of M' Rob<^ Rich March* in the church. 

1670, Sept. 18. Robert the son of M"" Robert Rich in y« Ch. (Burial 
Register.) 

Chas. Rich resided in B. for seven year!?, returned to England in 1656, and 
died 1658. His brother Robert Rich, seia., also of B., merchant, died Nov. 1679, 
bach. (166, King.) Their nephew Robert R., jun., married Helen, dau. of 
Dr. Thornborough, D.D., son of the Bishop of Worcester. Robert's brother 
Edward was of the same island. 

Buried. 1679, Nov. 29. Robert Rich a Barbados Merchant. (St. Edmund, 
Lombard Street.) 

* Cemented crack here and one line illegible. 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 7 

35. On a small stone : — 

M. D. OB. ye 1ST OP I Iany 17§^. 

1700-1, Jan. 2. M''« Mary Dowding. (Burial Kegister.) 

The will of John Dowding of B. and L., mercht., was proved in 1745 (269, 
Seymer). Bro. Capt. Sam. D., dec'', brother Eev. W™ D., sisters Eebeeca Jones 
and Eliz. Parsons. 

36. Pews cover the left edge in places : — 

BENEATH THIS STONE | IS LAID | THE NATURAL BODY OF | , . . TTHEW 

COULTHUEST esquiee, | boen September 30^= a.d. 1757, | (8 lines). | on 
JUNE 24^= A.D. 1833, I . . e rendered up his soul to god, I (5 lines) [ aged 

76 TEARS. I THIS TRIBUTE TO THE M .... O .... | A RETEEED UNCLE | IS 
OFFERED I BY HIS NIECE | (aND DAUGHTER IN AFFECTION) | GEORGIAN A GIBBONS | 

(4 lines.) 

1833, June 25. Mathew Coulthurst Age 76. (Burial Eegister.) 

See the tablet No. 108. 

1820, Oct. 12. Elizabeth, wife of Matthew Coulthurst esq. of the i. of B. 
(" a.M.," 478.) 

37. Grey marble. Pews cover the left edge : — 

. . . eth Interred y« Body of y" | . . e Erancis Bond Esq. some | . . dent of 
his Majestyes Councill | . . . iid who was Borne in Bodmyn 1 .... y of Cornuall | 
in England on y® | ... of November 163G and dyed | . . . d y^ 3 day of Auguft 
1699 ( (3 Latin lines.) 

Archer gives the coat of arras : On a chevron three crescents, but this is not 
on the slab. 

1699, Aug. 6. The Honi'ie Francis Bond Esq, late President. (Burial 
Eegister.) 

His name does not appear in the pedigree of Bond of Earth and Holwood in 
the Visitation of Cornwall. 

*39. In fine state and with very large and deep lettering. Pews cover the 
right edge of the north side. Jacobean shield and mantling in sunk circle. 
Crest. — A talbot's head erased over W. and H. Arms. — Three talbots' heads erased 
between nine crosses-crosslet [Hall], impaling, afess wavy between three mullets 
[? Blackborne]. 

Here lyeth interr'd . . . . | Body of MAEY Da .... | of CHAELES 

BUCKWO ... I Esq3 & Wife of HU(1H . . . | Esq5 who departed | life y« 

6"' day of Octo . . . | 1711 Aged about 29 Ye . . 

1711, Oct. 7. Mary y^ wife of Hugh Hall Esq'" Churchw'^° in y'^ Church. 
(Burial Eegister.) 

1715, May 3. The Hon^e Charles Buckworth Esq"' in Church. 



40. Pews cover left edge, and there is a cemented crack in penultimate line : — 
M.S. I . nder this ttone | . . . ng a Glorious refurrection | . . e Bodies of 
twoo wives of I ... . Hon John Peers Efq3 | . . Hel'ter y^ Daughter of 
S'" Thomas | . . . . refordThire who dyed Sep y*^ | . . . . whom a young Son was 
interr'd | . . . . was Prances y«= Daughter | . . ellency S'' Jonathan Atkins who | 
d Aprill ye . "' 1685 j .... on of lo*-^ & Hefter ob. 2d"Sept. 171 . 

Eichd. Peers was of B. as early as 1631, when he was appointed Dep. Govr. by 
his brother-in-law Capt. Henry Hawley. He owned a plantation of 600 a. called 
Lebanus or Eendezvous and made his will 18 Dec. 1659 (70, Laud). His eldest 
Son John, a M. of C, took up 1000 a. in Jamaica in 1673, and died at Streatham, 

* No. 38, missing, is probably due to an error of mine in numbering. It cannot be con- 
veniently rectified on account of throwing out cross references. 



8 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

CO. Surrey. Will dated 16 March 1G88 (102, Ent). John inherited his father's 
manor of Liners Ockell in Herefordshire and Hester his 1st wife was evidently 

dau. of Sir Thos of that county. Frances his 2'^ wife, dau. of Govr. Sir 

Jonathan Atkins was sister to the wife of Tho. Walrond. 

Sir Jonathan Atkins was later Gov. of Guernsey, and died in 1702 in his 100th 
year ; bur. at Grimthorpe, Yorkshire. M.I. there. 

Bur. 1678, Sept. Hester the wife of Jn" Peerse Esq. buried y'' 15*^. 
(Christ Church Parish Register, Hotteu, 494.) 

Bur. 1678, Sept. 15. Elisabeth y^ wife of John Peers, Esq'^. (S* Michael's. 
Ihid., 429.) 

1685, Aprill 5. Madam ffrances Pearee the wife of the Hon^^i^^ Jn" Pearce 
Esq*" in the Chancel. (Burial Register.) 



41. Underneath this Stone | are depofited the Remai . . | of | MARY 

MYERS, I wife of \ Captain CHRISTOPHER MY | of the 16^1^ Regiment 

of Light Dra . . . . | who died November 29"', 18 . . | Aged 33 Years | Alfo of 
her niece | CATHARINE PALMER | who died December 3"», 1 . . . | Aged 
Nine Years. | Alfo of | Captain JAMES MYE . . | of the 15*^ Regiment of 

1 who died December 15'" 1 ... | Aged 26 Years | Alio of | Captain TRYON 

BAYA ... I of the 13"' Regiment of .... | who died January 11"', 180 . | Aged 

26 Years. | And of | Lieutenant General | Sir WILLIAM MYERS, B | 

late I Commander of the Forces on this . . . . | who died July 29^^, 1805. | Aged 
53 Years. 

See No. Ill for tablet to Mrs. Mary Myers. 
1804, Nov. 30. Mary Myers. 

1804, Dec. 16. Capt. James Myers. 

1805, Jany 11. Capt. Tryan Byeard. 

1805, July 30. Sir William Myers, Bart. (Burial Register.) 
1805, July 29. At Barbados, Lieut.-gen. Sir William Myers, bart. of Inning- 
ham in Kings County, so created July 3, 1804, commander-in-chief of the Leeward 
Islands, which now devolves on Gen. Beckwith, governor of St. Vincents. He 
makes 14 out of 18 of his family who have died after their arrival in the W.I. 
Most fortunately his lady staid iu England. (" G.M.," 88 L) 
See later, No. 97, for a separate monument erected to him. 

42. Incised border. Pews cover left edge : — 

LTETH Y^ BOD^ | .... AN FULLEE Wt . . . .* | . . . , THE 14 OF J .... BY 
ANNO 1682. 

I think this is the stone Archer gives as "Jonathan Evileb (? Fuller), 
d. . . 1682." The " F " I mistook at first for an " E." 

1682-3, Jan. 14. W^ Jone fEuller, in y^ Chancel. (Burial Register.) 



43. Grey marble : — 

Under this Stone lyeth . . . . | Seuerall of the Family . . . . | CoUonel 
John Hallett. 

[Here is a Jacobean shield with scrolls : Crest over H. worn away (? a demi- 
lion rampant). Abms. — On a bend three roundles. Just below the shield is a wide 
cemented crack. Pews cover the right edge.] 

1678 his fi . . I Chriftopher Hallett Aged Ten | The 4'i» of December 1678 
his I Daughter Elizabeth Hallett A .... | Twenty Monthes [ The 14 of May 
1679 his .... I Cap' Gregory Hallett who | Born at Lyme Regis in y« C . . . . | 
of Dorsett the 11"* of May , . . . [ fAlso here lieth interred the bo . . | mabtin 

* Worn here. f Different style of lettering from here onwards. 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 9 

BENTLET ESQUIBE SON of | MAETIN and his LADT MAET BENT , . . . | who 

departed this life the 17''' Day | September Anno Domini 1724 a .... | being in 
the 36»> Year of his Age | Here lyeth Inter'd the Body of M« I AMES ..... | 
Mch* who Dyed the ... . August 1736 in the | ... . his Age. 

1678, Dec. 16. Xtopher the son of Major John Hallett (bur.). 

1679, May 15. M"" Gregory Hallett, in the Church. 
1724, Sept. 17. Martin Bentley Esq'' in the Chancel. 
1736, Aug. 3. M'" James Crowe in the Chancel. 

1695-6, Feb. 16. Mary the Lady Bentlev. (Bur. S' James, Hole Town.) 
1681, June 11. Martin, s. of Martin Bentley. (Bur. S* Philip.) 
Col. John Hallett, late of the town and p. of St. Michael in the I. of B., now in 
England. Will dated 16 Jan. 1698. Friends and relations at Lyme Eegis. 
G-randsons Martin and John Bentley ; the late S"" Martyn B. their father ; dau. 
Christian Farmer, dau. Kath. Farmer. Wife Mary my coach and 4 horses, etc. 
My brother Eich'' H., dec*!. My eldest son John my est. of Bridye Farme in 
Dorsetshire and my two plantations in S*^ Mich, and S* John ; proved 1 Feb. 1698-9 
(25, Pett). John, also of S' Michael's, died in 1721, s.p.m. Will (7, Marlborough). 
Eichard, his younger brother, owned the manor of Axmouth, mar. Meliora, dau. of 
the Hon. John Hothersall of B. and Giddy Hall, Essex, and died 1746, will (152, 
Potter), leaving issue, and his descendants sold the manor of Axmouth in 1890. 
In reply to a query of mine a very good account of this family is now appearing 
in " Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries." 



44. Cut on the north side of the Hallett stone is : — 
. . . . ey Esq | lames Crow Merch* both underneath. 



45. On a Jacobean shield with scrolls : — 

Chest. — A falcliion erect over H. Aems. — Within a hordure engrailed 
Argent three birds (? doves) erased. 

A pew covers tlie left edge of Ist and 2nd lines. 

. . . . E LIES THE HONOEABLE CoLLOKELL | . . . . lAM SlIAEPE EsQ^ WHO DIED 
TH . .* I OF A . BILL ANNO DOMINI .... AND IN THE 53 | YEAEE OF HIS AGE. 

" 1683, Aprill 25. The Hon'^ie CoU: W" Sharp, in the Church, under the 
Communion Table." (Burial Eegister.) 

He was Judge of a Court and died intestate, aged 53. See account of his 
death in Besse's " Sufferings of the Quakers," II., 350. I was told that he gave 
the land on which the church stands. His son William was President in 1706 
and 1714. 

46. Adjoining No. 45 :^ 

Heee Inteeeed y"- BODY OF SvsAN | Baeeett, davohteb OF EicH «fc Mae- | 

THA BaEEETT; WHO DEPAETED THIS | LIFE Y^ 9^^^ OF APEILL AnNO DoM 1665. 

Below on a plain incised shield : — 

On a chevron three fishes hauriant in centre of chief a label of three points. 

Also | the body of Iohn Pemell sonnb | of Thomas: & Svsan Pemell 

WHO I DEPAETED THIS LIFE Y^ 9^« OF IVLY | *D0M 1665. 

Sir Timothy Thornhill is stated to have married a Miss Barrett. 

1665, Aprill 9. Susanna the D» of M-" Eich" Barrett. 

1665, July 10. John the son of M'' Thomas Pennell in Ch. (Burial Eegister.) 

* Cemented crack. 



10 MONtJMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

47. Sixteen lines of this are covered up on the right for quite two-thirds of 
their length by a pew near the pulpit: — 

Here lie t . . | Mary his | Edmund J | this Life 2 . . | and Mary 1 

Sarah Eve .... | of Edmu . . | Mary is als . . ] March 179 .. 1 William 
E .... I William a .... I died the .... | Eebecca .... | a Son of .... ] Sarah 
is .... I 30^1' of Ju . . AND 1 HERE also lies ANN JORDAN, Aunt 1 of the 
above S . . . . and Grand Aunt | of the last men .... William, she died | the 2"'^ 
of December 1807, aged 82 Tear?. | Sincerely regretted by her Grand Nephew | 
William Eversley who in Gratitude for her | unboLinded Affection to him and as 
a grate | ful Tribute to her Memory places this Stone | over HER who to the 
End of his Mothers | Life, to him for nearly 30 Years, and to his | eldest Son for 
Seven of those Tears succefsive | fostered and adopted them as her Children. 

1797, July 9. William Husband of Eliz** Eversley. (Burial Register.) 

1801, Aug. 1. Rebecca Eversley. 

1821, Nov. 5. T, D. Belfield, esq. of Mincing-lane, to Elizabeth Anne, dan. of 
W. Eversley, esq. of the i. of B. (" G.M.," 468.) 

48. In floor partly under pulpit floor is a blue marble ledger : — 

Son of Phillip Allen | maeciiant hee had by Dama- | ms Allen his 

WIFE ONE DAVGHTEE | TaMASIN AlLEN HE DEPAIITED | THIS LIFE THE 12 
DAT OF NOVE | MBEE 1660* THE 36 TEAE^ | . . . . GE. 

There is a gap in the Burial Register July 1658 to Dec. 1660. 



49. To the north of the above is a blue marble ledger, the first two lines partly 
covered by pew : — 

Here Lie | J OH . . . . | (pew) | One of his Majeftys Council | In the If land 
of Babado's, I Who died y^ 5^^ of Decembee. 1715, | Aged 63 years, & Seven 
Months. 

1715, l>ec. 26. The Hono^e Jn^ Pilgrim Esq"- in the Chancel. 

The " 5*^ " of Dec. in the inscription should probably have been " 25'^'." 

The will of John Pilgrim of the parish of Christ Church was sworn 3 Jan. 
1715-16 at Pilgrim before Gov. Lowther. He left his wife Eliz. his "coach 
& six"t and all residue to his son Joseph. (80, Fox.) 

Tho. Pilgrim, the Elder, formerly of Barbados, merchant, now of Putney, a 
Quaker, in his will dated 2 June I7i6 says : " I forgive to the Ex'ors of my dear 
brother Councellor John Pilgrim £428." (151,' Fox.) 

A house and land belonging to the Pilgrims was leased in 1704 for 21 years as 
a residence for the Governor. The freehold was subsequently purchased, and the 
present Government House occupies the site. 



50. In the passage close to the iron screen of the chancel. A pew is fixed on 
part of the west end, and the lectern on the east end : — 

(Pew) '. . . . D HIS LIFE I (pew) I THE FOETENTH | DAY OF FEBEVAEIE IN THE 
YEAEE OP I OITE LOED 168f AND IN .... | AND FIFTIETH YEAEE O . . . . GE. 

1682-3, Feb. 14. M'' Jn° Grimwade in Ch. (Burial Register.) 



51. White marble, south of No. 50. Half the inscription on the right to north 
is under a pew : — 

Sac .... I to the Mem . . . . | HENRT JAMES L . . . . | Fourth Son 

. . 1 Sir WILLIAM L | of | Kirk Harle Nort | & | Ensign in the 4*1' 

or I Died 23^'^ Dece .... | In the 20^^ Yea . . (Signed) C : Rossi. 

1821, Dec. 23. At B., aged 20, H. J. Loraine, esq. brother to Sir Charles L. 
bart. of Kirkharle, Northumberland, and Ensign in the 4th reg. (" G.M.," 
1822, 286.) 

* The leg of stairs to pulpit stands here. 

t The etiquette was for Members of Council to have six horses and those of the Assembly 
four to their coach. 



MONTJMENTAL inscriptions ;n BARBADbS. li 

52. South of No. 51. The inscription runs framewise in a border, and a pew 
covers the south-west portion. On the north side : — 

The Body of Cap* Jeremiah Egginton Merchant Borne. 

At east end : — 

In the County of Salop. 

At south side : — 

aged forty-feaven yea . . 

1673, Oct. 23. Cap* Jeremiah Egginton in Church. 

1693, Sept. 10. Cap* Jeremiah Egginton. (Burial Eegister.) 

Egginton's Green in Bridgetown is shewn on Mayo's Map of 1722. 
_ Wm. Chester of St. James's, Barbados, Esq. Will proved 1703. Sarah his 
widow married before 1696 John Eginton, Esq. 



53. White marble south of No. 52, quite covered by pews. 



WALL TABLETS. 

54. On south-east wall of nave : — 

In memory of | SUSAN wipe of | Joseph baekee baeeow; | born in this 
ISLAND, I July 23«° 1810, | died at peckham, januaey 24^=, | 1871, j hee 

REMAINS AEE INTEEEED | IN GEAVE N^ 11243, | AT NUNHEAD CEMETEEY, | IN THE 
COUNTY OP SUEEEY, | ENGLAND. 

1772, April 4. John Barrow the s. of John Barrow merchant. (Burial 
Eegister.) See the M.I. to her husband No. 272. 

G-eorge Barrow owned Mount Pleasant in St. Philips in 1790. Ann Thomasine 
(1765—1840), dau. of Wm. Clarke, overseer of the Thicket plantation by 
Thomasine his wife ; married 1st, Nath. Barrow, brother of George, by whom she 
had a son Sam., who died at Codrington College, and a dau. Sarah Ann, who 
married Jonathan Higginson ; 2ndly, on 19 May 1790, General Kobert Haynes. 
(Notes by the latter.) 



55. Below No. 54 :— 

Sacred to the Memory | of a good Christian, a gallant Soldier, and an honest 
Man I In Life beloved and in Death lamented. | jNear this spot rest the mortal 
remains of Brevet Major j JOHN WYNNE ELETCHER. | {Captain in the 
4i*^ King's Own Regiment of Foot \ and Aide-de-Gamp to U Gen'' Sir RENBT 
WABDE.) I who departed this life | on the 24*'' of October 1824. | Aged 39 
Years. C : Rossi, Barbados. 

1824, Oct. 24. At King's House, B., of inflammation of the lungs, after ten 
days severe suffering. Major John- Wynne Fletcher. His remains were next 
morning interred in St. Michael's Church .... &c. (" G.M.," 647.) 



56. On the same wall. A tall narrow tablet surmounted by an obelisk, on 
which are a medallion of deceased and two figures : — 

THIS MONUMENT | As a melancholy Tribute of Conjugal Affection is 
erected | STo ti|e IHemotg of I MRS EKANCES OEDEESON, | who in the 3L«* 
Year of her Age | on the 20*'' July, 1810 | on her Pafsage to England (her native 
Country) | DIED AT SEA \ and whose Body, during an awful Calm was | 
committed to the unfathomable deep. | (Thirteen lines follow). 

Below three ships are carved in low relief. 



12 MONUMENTAL INSCUIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1798, Sept. 10. Mr. Isaac Orderson, of B. to Miss Frances Toosey, niece of 
Philip Prior, esq. of Great Kussell str. (" O.M.," 1148.) 

1799, May 23. At B. Miss Toosey, late of Tavistock-st., Bedford-sq. {Ibid., 
621.) 

1810, July 20. On her passage to England, for the recovery of her health, 
the wife of Mr. J. W. Orderson of the I. of B. {Ibid., 190.) 



57. Below No, 56. Above is a female mourning over an urn, with a cherub 
at each top corner: — 

SACRED TO THE MEMOBY j of MISS MARY TOOSEY I who departed 
this Life May 23^ 1799 | universally lamented: | Aged 24 Years | (5 lines.) | 

EBECTED BY HEE BEOTHEB WILLIAM TOOSET AS A TRIBUTE OF HIS AFFECTION. 



58. On the south wall, east corner : — 

SACEED TO THE MEMORY OF | MARY KATHARINE, | THE BELOVED WIFE 
OF I JOSEPH H. BARROW ; | DIED 25™ OF SEPTEMBER 1859, | AGED 26 YEARS. 

1822, Oct. 22. At Barbadoes, Lieut.-col. Amwyl, of the 4*1' reg. of foot, to 
Senhouse, dau. of J. Barrow, esq. of the above Island. (" Gr.M.," 560.) 

1825, May 5. In Somerset-st., Portman-sq. aged 81, Frances, widow of T. H. 
Barrow esq. of Barbadoes, {Ibid., 476.) 



59. Above No. 58 is a boldly carved monument of white marble with cherubs' 
heads, curtain, and swags of flowers. 

Arms. — On a fess three annulets between two moles ; impaling : blank. 
Archer gave the impaled coat as : Per fess indented, but that is no longer visible. 

ROBERTUS HOOPER Armiger, Amicus | certus in re incerta, plus simul 
et I munificus notisq, amor Delicioeque | Vir hand vulgariter eruditus et egregio | 
Ingenii acumiue ornatilsimus, nee non | multos in annos lucolis hujusce Insulse j 
beatis Regivs Attornatus Generalis | Obijt 24 die July AD.MDCC. \ Siste, 
Lector, quid dixi ? | Non obijt, nee obire potest, sed vivet in SBVum | Cum Christo 
in caelis, in terris ore virorum. 

1700, July 26. Rob* Hooper Esq. in church. (Burial Register.) 
See the floor-stone No. 1. 



60. Between the first and second windows are six tablets and one brass : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | JOHN RANDALL PHILLIPS [ OF LAMBERTS 
IN THIS ISLAND ESQ" | HE DIED AT TORQUAY DEVON, | SEPT" 9^^ 1845, AGED 

86. 1 ALSO OF ELIZABETH WENT, | wife of the above, | & daughter of 
PHILLIP LOVELL Esq'' | she died at Edinburgh, | july 20^= 1831, aged 
61. I (1 line.) 

The present Colonial Treasurer, Mr. W. L. C. Phillips, is descended from 
J. R. Phillips, also Dr. Oliver Greenidge. 

1803, Nov. 1. At B., P. Phillips, esq. to the eldest dau. of Mr. Sisum. 
(" G.M.," 1252.) 

1828, Jan. 17. At Christ Church, Mary-le-bone, Geo. Geoffrey Wyatville, 
only s. of Jeffrey W. esq. of Windsor, to Ann Sisum, dau. of the 1. Peter Philips 
esq. of B. {Ibid., 80.) 

1840, July 13. At the Hotwells, the wife of Abel Phillips, of B. {Ibid., 328.) 

1823, Aug. 6. At his house at Frenchay, aged 74, Philip Lovell, esq, 
formerly of B. {Ibid., 190.) 

See " W.I. Bookplates," No. 209, for that of his son Robert Lovell. 



MONUMENTAL tNSCRtPTtONS IN :BAtlfiADOS. 13 

1844, March 22. At Streatham Common, aged Q5, Mary-Anne, relict of Peter 
Phillips of B. (" G.M.," 552.) 

1845, Oct. 9. At Torville, Torquay, aged 85, John Eandall Phillips, of the I. 
ofB. (" G.M.," 546.) See the M.L to his 2d wife at X* Ch. 



61. Oblong brass : — 

In Fond Remembrance op 1 Jf^i^ia, H^ffiSllPiSi^L Wi(^<^^^<3^^f 

l^M* I WHO DIED IN DOMINICA OF EErER, JANUARY 13^^^ 1887, AGED 28 YEARS. | 
THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY HIS PUPILS OF | ^^^IXH^^^ C(!53LIL5E<^i£. ] 
AS A TOKEN OF THEIR AFFECTIONATE ESTEEM FOB ONE IN WHOM | THEY HAVE 
LOST A YALUED AND STMPATHETIC FRIEND AS WELL | AS AN ABLE AND EFFICIENT 

MASTER. I (1 line.) 



62. In MEMORY OF I JOHN CUTTING PACKER, ESQ«^ ] late of this 

ISLAND, i who was BORN MAY 2^" 1777, DIED DECEMBER 6^" 1856, | AGED 79 

YEARS I (2 lines) | also MARTHA, his beloved wife | who was born 

APRIL 1ST 1775^ j)jgjj 3^^Y IQ 1841, I AGED 66 YEARS. ] (4 lines) I T. GAFFIN, 

regent S'^ LONDON. 



63. Sacred to the Memory of lucy crichlow daughter of | john cobiiam 
esq. & Wife of henry crichlow esq" of this If land | Who died in the City of 
Bath in the Kingdom of England | on the 7"^^ and was buried in the Abbey Church 
of that City | on the 14'^ Jan'y 1801, Aged 65 Years. | (27 lines.) 

See the M.I. to her in Bath Abbey. " Caribbeana," i., 82. 



64. Below 63 :— 

Sacred to the memory of | CHARLOTTE | wife of | HENRY CRICH- 
LOW, I WHO departed this life on the 10''^ OF OCTOBER 1839, I AGED 39 : 

in ENGLAND | WHITHER SHE HAD GONE, IN THE HOPE THAT IT MLGHT PLEASE | 
A MERCIFUL PROVIDENCE | TO RESTORE HER TO HEALTH, AND SPARE HER TO | 
HER AFFLICTED HUSBAND AND CHILDREN | BUT HE WILLED IT OTHERWISE ! | AND 
HER REMAINS LIE DEPOSITED THUS FAR FROM ] HER NATIVE LAND, | IN THE 
VAULTS OF THE CEMETERY AT EENSALL QREEN, \ NEAR LONDON, | WHERE A TABLET 
HAS BEEN PUT UP, | IN COMMEMORATION OF HER, AND HER LATE FATHER | 

THOMAS PIERREPOINT ESQK | who also died in England, on the 

10^= OF I DECEMBER, 1837, AGED 66; | AND | WHOSE REMAINS ARE LIKEWISE 
deposited I IN THE SAME VAULTS. T. BEDFORD 256 OXFORD S'^, LONDON. 

1805, Nov. 26. Mr. Charles Kingston Pierrepont, brother of Thomas P. Esq. 
(" Caribbeana," i., 331.) See No. 216. 

1837, Dec. 10. In Southampton-row, Bloomsbury, aged 62, Tho. Pierrepont, 
esq. 1. of B. (" O.M.," 1838, 107.) 

1839, Oct. 10. At St. John's-wood, aged 39, Charlotte, wife of Henry Crichlow 
of B. leaving 9 children. (Ibid., 546.) 

Wm. Critchlow and family were of this parish in 1680. 



65. In MEMORY OF 1 NORMAN J. D. CUMMINS, | FOR EIGHT YEARS | ORGANIST 
AND CHOIRMASTER OF THIS CATHEDRAL, | WHO DIED APRIL 3*° 1887, AGED 25 
YEARS. I (1 line.) I THIS TABLET IS ERECTED | BY HIS FRIENDS AND THE 
CHORISTERS OF THE CATHEDRAL | IN FOND REMEMBRANCE | OF HIS FAITHFUL AND 

VALUED SERVICES. | (1 line.) 



14 MONtTMilNTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN :6A11BAD0S. 

66. SACRED | to the memoey of j BENJAMIN IFILL ESQUIliE, \ 

WHO DIED I ON THE 218^ DAT OF 8EPTEMBEE 1835, AGED 60 TEAES, | (7 lines.) 

See " Caribbeana," i., 32, for M.I. to his only dau. Susan, who died 18 April 
1833, aged 28. 

67. Between the second window and south door are six tablets and one brass : — 

InSCEIBED by conjugal AFFECTION | TO THE MEMOEY OF j JOHN C. HILL | 
WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE | MAECH 28^^= 1838, | AGED 49 YEAES. | (14 HneS.) 



68. Sacred to the memoey of | MARIA JANE, | infant dattqhtee of | 
WILLIAM AND MARIA WARD | who died 6''= septembee 1829, | aged 9 

MONTHS. I AND OF MARIA WARD, I MOTHEE OF THE ABOVE, | WHO DIED 
1ST NOVEMBEE 1829, | AGED 28 YEAES. | THIS TEIBUTE IS HEEE PLACED BY 
AN 1 AFFECTIONATE HUSBAND AND FATHEE. WoOD. BeISTOL. 



69. Brass:— 

To THE Gloey of God | and saceed to the Beloyed Memoey of [ 
JAMES PACKER, | who died at baebadoes on 29™ januaey 1859, | and of 
HIS WIDOW I ELLEN DARLING, ] who died at edinbuegh on 15™ may 
1900. I EEECTBD 1902. I (3 lines.) 



70. Above are the Badge and Colours of the regiment. 

Major JAMES connolly, Cap'^ john goedon, 

Lieut' will" clutteebuck, Lieu* duncan m^dougall, 

„ WILLIAM GEAY, „ JOHN NOEMAN, 

„ JOHN ADAMS, „ CHAELES GEANT, 

„ THOMAS MASSIE, „ AND"^ EICHMOND, 

Adj* JAMES SPENCEE, AsS* Surg° JOHN PEENDEGAST. 

Of the 2"'' or Queen's Royal Regiment of Foot. 

saceed to the memoey op the abovenamed officees, | who having 
faithfully served theie king and country i in various parts of the 
woeld, i fell victims to this fatal climate, ] in the years of our lord 
1816 and 1817. 1 this monument is erected | as a testimony of affectionate 
Esteem, | by their brother officers. j. kendrick, sculptor, | london. 

1816, Dec. 18. At B., aged 22, Lieut. Andrew Richmond, of h. M. 2^ or 
Queen's own reg. (" G.M.," 1817, 374.) 



71. i-tt Hobittg Mmov^ of 1 Joseph waterman roach, 

BORN 3 JAN. 1827, died 5 FEB^ 1899 I AND HIS SONS | 

JOSEPH DUDLEY ROACH born 4 july 1859, died 30 april 1903, | 

NATHANIEL ALLAN ROACH . . 21 july 1860, . . 9 sep^. 18 . 5,* | 

CLIFFORD AUBREY ROACH . . 7 feb^ 1863, . . 14 aug^. 1885. | 
(3 lines). 



72. SACRED | to the memory of | CATHERINE ANN, | beloved wife 
of I THOMAS ROACH FORD, ] who fell asleep | 8^= November 1899. |. 
(7 liaes). 

* The year is distiaot^^but an error has occurred ia my MS. 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 15 

73. Next the south door. Angel standing over an urn : — 

GIBSON SCULPSIT EOMA. 

Below is : — 

FBANCESC^ BOTELL | UXOEI SU^ | QUAM BENE MEBENTI QUAM DILECTJ3 | 
IMMATUEA MOETE | SUBLATiE | A.D. MDCCCXXIII | ET | ^T XXII | HOC MONUMENTUM 
POSUIT I MCEEENS | GULIELMUS BOVELL. 

See " Barbados Mercury " for many entries relating to the Bovells, and 
No. 317. 



West of the south door there are one brass and four tablets as far as the next 
window. 

74. Brass. Above is the iiegimental Crest : — 

IN MEMORY OF | l^ col. j. pipee, majoe j. w. fletchee, capt. j. 

EDGELL. I LIEUTENANTS | W. BLAGEOVE, j. DUTHT, E. EOBIUSOK, I. BEEB, 

E. E. cotton. I ENSIGNS | p. claeke, e. gamble, h. m. shipton, j. loeaine. I 
QUARTEE MASTERS | t. bichaeds, b. doean, e. kellt. | 21 S«ts i D^ 245 

BANK AND FILE | 4''= THE KINGrS OWN | WHO DIED WHEN THE EEGIMENT 
WAS QUAETEEED IN THE | WEST INDIES FROM 1^^^ APEIL 1819, TO 10^" FEB. 

1826. I ALSO IN MEMORY OF | l* col. w. f. blake lieut. t. e. le 

BLANC. I SCHOOLMASTEE | J. CUNNINGHAM | S^^ INST. MUSKETET J. PLATT SEE- 
GEANT T. MOEGAN, | COEPOEAL P. CALLAGHEE, L*^ C^^ J. MALLINS, | L^ C^^ F. 

B. BAKEE, L*' c^^ J. LYDFOED | PRIVATES (24 named) | and maet, wife of 

SEEGEANT J. M'' CABE, DIED AT BAEBADOS. | L^ S*''' J. GBEEN (and 5 privates) 
DIED AT i;'EINIDAD. | (8 privates) and DE. W. wood I DIED AT JAMAICA. | WHEN 
THE 1^^ BATT^ 4^^= THE KINGS OWN EOTAL BEG'' WAS QUAETEEED IN THE WEST 
INDIES, I FEOM 20^^= JAN. 1879, TO 26"^^ MAT 1882, HOC MONUMENTUM POSUEEUNT 
COMMILITES I HAUD IMMEMOEE8 | PBISTINiE YIEUTIS. 

1821, Dec. 12. At B., in his 39th year, Lieut.-col. John Piper, of the 4i^^ or 
Kings Own Reg. (" G-.M.," 1822, 188.) 

See Capt. Charles James Edgill's vault. No. 350. 



75. INMEMOETOF | JOHN ELLIS Esq* | M.A. F.S.A. | barbister at law \ 

LATE OF THE | MIDDLE TEMPLE | LONDON | BOEN 19''= JAN^ 1791 | DIED 24'^= 
MAT 1825. 

1825, May 24. At Kingston in B., whither he had been advised to go for the 
recovery of his health, John Ellis, of the Middle Temple, Esq. Barrister-at-Law, 
M.A., F.S.A. and Deputy Recorder of Huntingdon. He was son of John Ellis 
of the Stock Exchange. (" G.M.," 187.) 

He was s. of John of Marylebone, esq., X* Ch., matric. 13 Ap. 1807, a. 19 ; 
of Peter House, Camb., B.A. 1816, M.A. 1819, bar.-at-l. Line. Inn 1819, and of 
Mid. T. 1820, F.S.A., Dep. Recorder of Huntingdon. (Foster.) 



I 



76. Below No. 75 :— 

This Marble | the tribute of Love & Gratitude | is confecrated by conjugal 
Affection ] To the Memory of W HANNAH BBOUQH \ the beloved Wife 

of M' CHABLES B , | She died the 31^' day of January 1807, | Aged 30 

Years. | (1 line). 

77. SacreU to tf)e Ulemorj) of | MARY ANN, | eldest daughtee of 

the LATE I JOHN WILLOUGHBY, ESQ*^, OF HIGH STEEET, | AND THE DEABLT BELOVED 
PABTNEE OF THOMAS HALL, ESQ=^, | INSPECTOE GENEEAL OF HOSPITALS; | WHO 
DEPAETED THIS LIFE ON 13^" MAECH 1859, | AFTEE A BBIEF ILLNESS OF FOUE 
DATS FEOM MALIGNANT SOBE THEOAT, | IN THE 59"^^ TEAE OF HEE AGE. J 

(10 lines; erected by her husband). 



16 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

78. SACRED I TO THE MEMOET OF j MART ELIZA | THE BELOTED WIFE OF 

EDMUND KNIGHT esq«^ | who died in london, 15^= jan^ 1854, | aged 

57 YEAES. I HEE DEAE EEMAINS AEE DEPOSITED | IN A YATJLT IN HIGHGATE 

cemeteet. I (6 lines). 



79. There are five tablets beyond the first window : — 

SACEED I to the MEMOET OF | ALFEED BAETETJM, ESQ. OF THE ISLAND OP 
MAUEITIUS, I WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE A.D. 1826. | ALSO TO THE MEMOEY | OF 
MAEY ABEL HIS WIFE; | ELDEST DACGHTEE OF ABEL CLINCKETT, ESQ. ] OF THIS 
ISLAND, I WHO DIED APEIL 5^" 1830, AGED 32. | ALSO TO THE MEMOEV | OF 
ELLEN PEINGLE THEIE ELDEST DAUGHTEE, | WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE JUNE 

IG'fH 1834, I AGED 17 YEAES. | (5 lines). 



80. WILLIAM CEANE ESQUIEE, | late PursCP of H.M. ShijJ SAPPHIEE I Ob: 

December 10«' 1833 j Aged 46. 



81. A broken column supported by two cherubs, by "Wood, Bristol : — 
In Memory of | GATHABINE SIMS SMITH Avho died | the 23^'' April 
1800 aged 27 years. 1(12 lines). | her afflicted Hufband | WILLIAM SMITH 
Efq^ who departed | this life after a fhort ilineis | the 27'** Auguft 1801 | aged 
28 years. 



82. Above No. 81. 

Sacred | to the Memory | of | THOMAS MCINTOSH ESQRe. | Who on the 
15'h. day of August I 1815, | And in the 72'"' | Tear of his Age, j Closed an Honour- 
able I and Pious Life. G: Rossi. 



83. SACEED TO THE MEMOEY OF | A FATHEE AND DAUGHTEE, I COLONEL 
S. T. POPHAM, I LATE QUAETEE MASTEE GENERAL TO THE AEMT | OF THIS 
COMMAND, I HEDIED ON THE 25^^=. DECKMBEE 1823, | AGED 50. | AND HONOEA, | 
SHE FELL THE VICTIM OF FEVEE | THEEE YEAES BEFOEE | ON THE 3" OF DECEM- 
BEE, I AT THE EAELY AGE OF 17. | (6 liucs). 

1820, Dec. 3. At Collymore House, B., in her 17'^'' year, Honora Alicia 
Lambart Popham, second dau. of Lieut.-col. S.T.P., Dep. Quarter Master Gen. of 
the Troops in that Colony. (1821, 186.) 



84. On the south-west wall of nave are four tablets : — 

Sacred to the Memory of HENKY NOBLE SHIPTON, | Senior Ensign of 
the Fourth or King's own Begiment of Foot, | and youngest Son of the Beverend 
JOHN SHIPTON, I Doctor in Divinity, Eector of Portishead near Bristol, 
Vicar of | Stanton Bury, in the County of Buckingham, and one of His Majesty's | 
Justices of the Peace for the County of Somerset, in England. | He was an active 
and valued Officer, | as well as a singularly amiable and excellent young Man: | 
who, escaping the dangers especially incident to his Profession, | particularly 
those of the siege of New Orleans, | and the ever memorable Battle of Waterloo, j 
was cut off, when on the Eve of Promotion, by the yellow Fever, | after only five 
days illness, whilst stationed with his Begiment | in this Island, on the fifth day 
of December 1821, | in the 26'*^ year of his age, | to the very deep regret of his 
afflicted Parents, | who have caused this Tablet to be erected as a Token of | 
their affection for their beloved Son. 

See also " G.M." for 1822, p. 188. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 17 

85. Medallion of head in profile : — 

SACKED I TO THE MEMOET OF | JAMES BUTCH EE | PHYSICIAN AND SUE- 
GEON I WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE MAECH 9^^= 1856 ] AGED 80 TEAES | (8 liues.) 



86, Medallion of head and Avoman seated below : — 

IN GBATEFUL EEMEMBEANCE | OF JOHN BRATHWAITE EsQ« | OF THEEE 
HOUSES IN THE PAEISH OF S'^ PHILIP, | MANY TEAKS AGENT FOE THIS COLONY IN 
GEE.VT BEITAIN, ] WHOSE COMPEEHENSIVE VIEWS | AND CONSUMMATE KNOWLEDGE OF 
ITS YAUIOUS TNTEEESTS | WEEE ONLY TO 15E EQUALLED BY j THE MASTEULY ADDKKSS 
WITH WHICH HE CONDUCTED AND ] THE INFLEXIBLE PEESEVEKANCE WITH | 
WHICH HE PUESUED THEM. | THE LEGISLATUBE OF BAEBADOS EEKCT THIS MONU- 
MENT, 1 ANXIOUS I THAT POSTERITY SHOULD KNOW HOW HIGH HE STOOD | THEOUGH 
HIS DISTINGUISHED SEBVICES IN | THE ESTIMATION OF HIS ] COUNTEY. | HE WAS 
BOEN IN THIS ISLAND ON THE 25^^* OF OCTOBEE 1722, | AND DEPAETED THIS LIFE 
IN GREAT BEITAIN | ON THE 2P'', OF SEPTEMBEE 1800. | AT EPSOM IN THE COUNTY 
OF SUEEY I WHERE HIS EEMAINS AEE INTEEEED. 

See his M.I. in Epsom Church, " Caribbeana," iii., 873. See under 
St. Philip's. 



87. Crest broken off, between two wings. 

Aems. — . . . . a lion rampant, on a chief Ermine an anchor charged with a 
coronet. Motto. — in canopo ut ad canopum. 

SACEED TO THE MEMOEY OF | THOMAS LOUIS, ESQ^^ | NATIYE OF DEVON, 
ENGLAND, | AND SECOND SON OF THE LATE | ADMIEAL SIE THOMAS LOUIS, BAET. | 
IN 1813 HE SETTLED | IN THIS ISLAND AS A MERCHANT, j AND DIED THE 9'^= OP 

FEBRUARY 1862, | AGED 73 YEARS. | (11 Hues ; erected by widow.) 

H. CADE, BEISTOL. 



88. On the north-west wall of nave are three tablets and one brass. 

IN MEMOEY OF | BENJAMIN THOMAS, | son of petee and maet 

EMLIN CHAPMAN, I BOEN SEPTEMBER 29^^, 1857 ; | DIED MAECH 6^= 1859,^ 
AGED 17 MONTHS AND 5 DAYS. | (3 lines.) 



89. Brass: — 

TABLET OF INKY HUE | EEMAIN [ AND MARK THE SPOT j WHERE NOBLE DUST 
IS SHEIN'd I FOE WELL THE POEt's STEAIN HATH SUNG, | AN HONEST MAN's THE 
NOBLEST WOEK GOD: | THEN SAY"^, | BENEATH THIS CHUECHYAED's MOUND | THE 

BONES OF HENliY^ CHEEKS, j commingled with much valued eowes, | 
AEE LAID I (5 lines.) I he attained the age of I seventy five I THE 25^« of 
DECEMBEE 182-1 | (6 lines). J. sim, London. 

90. Crest missing from nail. Aems. — Gules, three clarions Or, a crescent 
for diference (Greenfield) ; impaling : 1 awe? 4, Vert, on a hend Or three mullets 

Gules ; 2 and 3, Gules, a chevron Or, icith a crescent for difference. 

Within I the Chancel of this Church | Lie the bodies of | GENERAL 
WILLIAM GBINFIELD \ Colonel of the 86'i». Keg*, of foot | and Commander 
in chief | of the British Forces | in the Garrihhee Islands. \ And \ of EMMA 
MARIA his wife | Daughter of the Keverend JOHN BBOCAS \ Dean of 

D 



18 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BAKBADOS. 

Killala in Ireland. \ They fell victims to the yellow fever | He died on the 19''". 
November 1803 ] having furvived her only three Days | Both were in the 59^^' 
Tear of their Age. 

1803, Oct. 19. At B., victim to the yellow fever, Gen. William Grinfield, 
commander of the troops in the Leeward Islands, who survived his lady only three 
days, and a very intimate female acquaintance of Mrs. G. By his will, his younger 
brother, a clergyman at Bristol, becomes entitled to all his fortune, except a legacy 
to the late Mrs. G's relations. ' (" G.M.," 1256.) A later notice in 1804, p. 179, 
enters into further details. 



91. Above, on badge: "69 south Lincoln." Below is: "Waterloo, 

INDIA." 

SACKED TO THE MEMOEY OF | THE OFFICERS OF THE SERVICE COMPANIES | 
OF THE 69''=. REGIMENT, | WHO HAVE DIED DURING THE FOUR YEARS | THE 
REGIMENT HAS SERVED IN THE WEST INDIES, | FROM 1851, TO 1855, VIZ: | 

LIEUT. COLONEL J. W. L. PAXTON, | commanding 69™. regiment, | 

"WHO DIED AT TRINIDAD, OF YELLOW FEVER, | ON THE 24™. OF AUGUST 1S53 ; j 

CAPTAIN C. J. CABMICHAEL, | who just after reaching England from 

BARBADOS, | DIED ON THE 2^^ DECEMBER 1852, | LIEUTENANT H. C. STllICK- 
LAND, I WHO DIED AT BARBADOS, OF YELLOW FEVER, | ON THE 14™ SEPTEMBER 

1852; I AND SUEGEON A. B. CLELAND, M.D. | who died at trtnidad of 

YELLOW FEVER, | ON THE 25™. AUGUST 1853. | THIS TABLET IS ERECTED | BY 
THEIR BROTHER OFFICERS. | ALSO | iJ'^ C. E. DOEINGTON, AND H. T. ALLEN, 
•WHO DIED I OF YELLOW FEVER, AT BARBADOES, ON THE 12™. & | 15™. AUGUST, 

1855. 



92. On the north wall of nave beginning from the west end : — 

THIS MONUMENT | IS RAISED BY THEIR GRAND-CHILDREN, | AS A RESPECTFUL 
TRIBUTE I TO THE MEMORY OF | DOTTIN MATCOCX, A.M. OXON. | BARRISTER 
AT LAW OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, | AND FORMERLY SOLICITOR GENERAL OF THIS 
ISLAND; I DIED JULY 11™, 1793, AGED 51 YEARS. | ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF | 

CATHAEINE, his wife [ who survived him many years | died February 
14™ 1849, AGED 85 years. 

Dottin Maycock, s. of John M. of I. of B., esq., St. John's Coll., matric. 
31 Oct. 1760, aged 17, barr.-at-l., Mid. T., 1767. 

See " Caribbeana," i., 30, for M.I. to Jas. Dottin Maycock. 



93. Large grey marble monument built up from the floor : — 

Ob. June 7, 1746 ^t : 57 | Here lies the Body of THOMAS HAERISON 
Efq'. I Who from a fmall and slender Beginning, | By the Arts of honest Industry, | 
Grew Eich, Belov'd and Honour'd | (10 lines.) | He was indeed difplaced from 
his Seat at the Council board, | In the Government Of Sir Thomas Eobinson, | 
But foon call'd forth by the Voice of the People, ] To be the Aflertor of their 
Eights and Liberties | In the General Alsembly. | (28 lines.) 

1746, June 8. The hon'^i^ Thomas Harrison Esq. in the new Chancel. 
1755, April 26. John Harrison Esq''. (Burial Eegister.) 



S*. MICHAEL* S CATHBDtlAti. l9 

94. SACKED TO THE MEMORY OF [ JOSEPH LOWE ESQUIRE, j (12 lilies.) 1 

HE DIED OJf 31 MAY 1827. | AND HIS REMAINS ARE DEPOSITED IN A VAULT OF 
ST. ANDREWS CHURCHYARD, | THIS SIMPLE TRIBUTE OF GRATEFUL AFFECTION j 

IS ERECTED BY HIS DAUGHTER | SARAH SCOTT MAYCOCK. | (Married life 30 vears, 
dic-d at an advanced age & lost his only son.) 

She was wife of the Hon. Dr. James Dottin Maycock, M.D., who died 18 June 
1835, aged 48, and she died 8 May 1862, aged 75. {" Caribbeana," i., 28.) 



95. THIS TABLET | IS ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF | WILLIAM HAWKES- 
WORTH ESQR. I BY HIS AFFLICTED WIDOW ] ELIZA ANN. I HE DEPARTED 

THIS LIFE I 29™ APRIL 1852 | AGED 67. \ (7 lincs.) , 



96. Near this place are deposited the remains of EB.ANCES | Daughter of 
R. GRAY, D.D. Lord Bishop of Bristol, and | ELIZABETH his Wife, who 
have erected this monument. | (3 lines.) | Born Nov"" 8'^' 1806. Died Feby W^. 
1827. I (1 line.) 



97. Crest. — A mermaid. Arms. — An ancient ship with three masts, and on 
a canton Gules two swords dehruised of a mural crown, a mullet in centre point of 
chief, atid on a sinister canton the Badge of Ulster. (See Burke's " Armory.") 

Sacred to the Memory | of | Lieutenant General Sir WILLIAM MTERS, 
Bart. I Commander of the Forces on this Station | who departed this life | July 
29»i'. A.D. 1805, I ^tatis 53. | (9 lines.) 

R. BLORE. Sculp. Ficcadilly London. 

See notice of him under No. 41. 



98. Sacred to the Memory | of M^' L^TITIA AUSTIN, | (Wife of john 
AUSTIN, ORDNANCE — SURGEON,) | (22 lines.) | This amiable and accomplifhed 
Woman arrived | from England, in Sept"' 1801 ; and was removed | by a Fever, 
Nov' the 19''^ following ; | (3 lines.) 



99. To the east of the north door are eleven tablets : — 

IN THE WESTERN PORCH OF THIS CATHEDRAL | ARE DEPOSITED THE 

REMAINS OF | BEZSIN KING" RBECE, | who departed this life on the 

23''° of SEPTEMBER 1838, | AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS, AGED 73 YEARS, j (13 lines ; 

erected by his grandchildren.) 



100. Shield of arms below : Gules, three salmons ; impaling : Or, a tiger 
passant guar dant. Nearly entirely defaced. 

Above is an urn with a figure standing : — 

In Memoriam | Honblis MICHAELIS KEANE Armigeri, | Nuper | Pro- 
curatoris Regii, et Conciliarii in Arcanis Domini Regis, | et diu ( Iiisulae Sancti 
Vincentii. | Incol®. j Obiit Die Junii 11™" A.D. 1796, | ^fc: 57 | Hibernicus 
Natu, I (7 lines.) 1 erected by his oaly son. W. Rogerson London Fecit. 



20 kONUMENTAJL I^SCi^IPTiONS IN iJARBADbS. 

Michael Keane, late of the T. of St. Vincent, now in Barbados, Esq. Will 
proved 1799. My son Hugh Perry K. My mother Fra. K. of Ballylongford, co. 
Kerry. My marr. sett, with my wife Esther (513, Howe).* 

The son mar. in 1797 Susannah, youngest child of Sir Gillies Payne of 
St. Kitts, 2nd Bart. She died 7 Oct. 1849, aged 81, at Netley, and he in 1821. 



101. TO THE DEAE AND BELOVED MEMORY OF | BEZSIN REECE, | WHO 
(on his TOTAGE to ENGLAND | FROM THIS ISLAND | TOE THE BENEFIT OF 
HIS HEALTH ( IN THE E.M.S. PACKET DEE) | DEPAETED THIS LIFE THE 22»* 
SEPTb 1842 j AFTEE AN ILLNESS OF SEYEEE 8TJFFEEING | LEAVING A WIDOW AND 
EIGHT CHILDEEN. | (15 linCS.) 

See No. 130. 



102. S^CM<!!?li I TO THE MEMOBY OF ] SARAH CHRISTIAN, \ infant 

DAUGHTEE OF | WILLIAM AND MART WATSON, | WHO DIED OCT*. 26'^=. 1834 | 

AGED 9 M. I ALSO MART WATSON, \ mothee of the above | who died 
Mat 17 1841 | aged 28 yeaes. | (2 lines.) 



103. Shield of arms carved : — 

Aems. — GuJes, on a chevron between three towers a pair of compasses; 
impaling : a cross between in 1st quarter a lion rampant, in 2nd quarter a donhey 
or sheep {?), in Srd quarter a priest, in 4:th an eagle displayed. Ceest. — A bier 
supported by two angels. Motto.— audi tide tace. Suppoetees. — Two angels, 
the outer wing dropped. 

Below the tablet is : — 

Ceest. — A dexter arm in armour, in the hand a cross pattee fitchie. Aems. — 
Argent, a chevron between three like crosses, all Gules ; impaling : Azure, in bend 
a boars head couped guttee de sang. . Motto. — quod potes id tentes. 

SACEED TO THE MEMOEY OF | THE HONOEABLE JOHN ALLEYNE 
BECKLES, I FOE MANY YEAES PRESIDENT OF THIS ISLAND; | JUDGE OF THE 
COUET OF VICE ADMIEALTY, | AND PROVINCIAL GRAND-MASTEE | OF THE FEEE 
AND ACCEPTED MASONS OF BAEBADOES. | HE DEPAETED THIS LIFE ON THE 
FOUETEENTH DAY OF JULY | ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDEED AND FOETT | AGED 

SIXTY TWO YEAES. | (13 lines.) 

See No. 307. 

1677-8, Jan. LO. M'" Thomas Beckles in Ch: 

1679, Aug. 28. Elisabeth y^ dau. of M'" Eobert & Susanna B. bapt. 

1682, July 19. M' Kob' B. (Par. Beg'.) 

Henry B., s. of Tho. B. of B., gent., Queen's Coll., matric. 24 Oct. 1751, a. 19. 
(Foster.) 

He mar. 1762 Miss Maxwell with £30,000, and was in 1768 Attorney-Gen. 
John Beckles was Judge of the Court of Vice-Admiralty 1807 and Attorney- 
Gen. Edward Hyndman Beckles was Bishop of Sierra Leone 1860. 

1840, July 14. The Hon. John Alleyne B. senior m. of c. in B. & 1. President 
of the island. (" G.M.," 446.) 



* See his bookplate impaling a different coat from that on the tablet. 



St. MICHAEL^S CATttKJDllAii. ^1 

104. Crest. — A demi-Uon rampant couped, in sinister paw a Jleur-de-lis. 
Arms — Sable, a chevron Argent between three Jleurs-de-lis. Motto. — in te 

DOMINE SPEEAVI. 

IN LOVING MEMOBT OF | SIR WILLIAM BRAND FORD GRIFFITH 

K.C.M.Gr. j LlEU^ GrOVEBNOB OF THE GOLD COAST COLONY [ FBOM 1879 TO 
1885. I GOVEBNOB AND COMMANDEB-IN-CHIEF | FBOM 1885 TO 1895. | BOBN AT 
BABBADOES 11^= AUGUST 1824. DIED AT BABBADOES 18™ SEPT. 1897. | (3 linCS ; 

erected by his widow.) 

1845, Sept. 13. In Upper Southwick-st. Hyde Park, Lucy-Cobham, wife of 
Dr. John Hennen, f. of Southampton & yst. dau. of the 1. The. Howard Griffith, 
of the i. of B. (" G.M.," 543.) 

105. Shield below :— 

Abms. — Argent, a chevron between three hands couped Gules; impaling: 
Argent, on a chevron Sable between three lions passant guardant Or, as many arrows, 
all Or [sic]. (Incorrect heraldry — metal on metal.) 

JONAS MAYNARD ESQ^. \ (4 lines.) | was gathered mature in Years and 
Honor, | on the 3''» of Auguft 178 L, | Aged 86. | CHRISTIAN MERCY MAY- 
NARD I fourth Wife of JONAS MAYNARD ESQ^ \ (4 lines.) | refigned a 
life of 52 Years, | on the 23'''' of March 1777, | (2 lines.) 

Mary, sole dau. and heiress of Timothy Alleyne, and widow of Hooper and 
Ball, mar. Jonas Maynard. Reynold Alleyne mar. in 1744 Christian dau. of ... . 
Forster. She remar. Jonas Maynard. 

See " Caribbeana," i.. 24, for M.I. to Wm. Maynard of this Island, who died 
21 Nov. 1763, aged 58. 

The Rev. Geo. Eorster Maynard, M.A., Rector of St. Thomas, died in 1848, 
aged 58. He mar. a Miss Elcock and had a numerous family. A cousin, the 
Rev. Geo. Maynard, settled in Canada, and his descendants reside, in Toronto. 
(" Haruian Family History," 14.) 



106. Female standing over urn : — 

To I the Memory | oi THOMAS GBIFFITR Eff, \ &nd JANE h\s Wife; | 
(2:^ lines.) | They were tranflated 1o their Reward; | the former, | on the 4'^' of 
Augul"t, 1795, I intheOyi-^; | the latter, j .July the 11"' 1796, | in the 59"' Year, | 
of her Age. w. paty bbistol ¥'^. 

107. Gothic tablet :— 

^Tijtft Tahiti I iom tvtcun to ti)t memorj> of | .f ose^ii) <!^!5treJjatt 
iSsqi^. I tol)o nieO Eugust 7tb 1809, i ageU 52 |)ear» | auD of I iSlbua 
©stretian, | ijis gmiUoU), | toijo OieU JFauuari) I2tb 1848, | in tije 87tb 
gear of i)tt age; | bi? ttieir ^ole fsiuliitiiug cSiloren, | tije ileb^. JTosepi) 
iSuttcau <!^fttre5an, | anO Hucvetia iSitteus, j (4 lines.) 



108. SACBED TO THE MEMOBY OP | MAT THEW COULTHURST, ESQ. 

WHO DIED ON THE 24'" OF JUNE | 1833 | AGED 76 YEABS. | (1 liuO.) 

See the floor-stone No. 36. 



2^ MoNtJMENTAL Inscriptions li^ bArbad()s. 

109. On the east wall of nave, north side, under the gallery, are five tablets : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | M^^ MARGERET ANN DUNN, I 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | FEB^ 19''= 1815, AGED 29 TEARS | AKD WAS INTEB'D 
FEB^ 20''= THE I DAY ON WHICH HER HUSBAND | COMPLEATED HIS 28^= YEAR. | 

(9 lines.) 

110. SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | DURBAN FREDERICK JENNINGS 

OLTOX, I WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON THE 3*" OF JULY 1861 | AGED 22 

YEARS. I (7 lines.) | Erected by his mother ELIZ. ANN OLTON. 



111. On an oval tablet : — 

SACRED I to the Memory of | MART MYERS, | Wife of CHRISTOPHER 
MYERS, I a Major in the TOt** Reg^ of Foot | Her remains are interred in the | 
Aifle of this Church | Obiit 29'»' of November a.d. | 1804. 

See No. 41. 



112. To the Memory of [ SAMUEL the Son of THOMAS KING J of the 
City of Briftol | who died of a Decline | amidft the hofpitable attentions | of 
the Inhabitants of this Il'land j on the 24*'' March 1823 | aged 21 years. 



113. SACRED I totheMemorv | of | M«s ELIZABETH ANN | the beloved 
wife of BRYAN TAYLOR YOUNG ESQ«e | and only sister of the Rev^ 
BRYAN TAYLOR NURSE, | of London | (4 lines.) | Obiit 19'^ April a.d. 
1859. 



114. On the north wall of chancel are a tablet and brass : — 

Crest. — An arm in armour couped. Arms. — Two bars, in chief three escallops ; 
impaling : Gules, a chevron between three demi-lions couped. 

$tt |»emomm I THOMAS CLARKE, M.A. cantab. | rector of 
s'^ Michael's parish | from November 1842 to march 1898 | appointed first 

DEAN of BARBADOS MAY 1886, | BORN NOVEMBER 1810, DIED JANUARY 1900. | 
AND I his HELOVED WIFE JULIA. | BORN APRIL 1816, DIED SEPTEMBER 1870. j 

(5 lines ; erected by his children.) caton, 491 oxford s^ London. 



115. Brass : — 

this altar rail is PRESENTED BY | MARIA E. FITZTHOMAS, | TO THE GLORY 
OF GOD AND LOVED MEMORY | OF HER BROTHER [ WILLIAM VERSEPUY FITZ- 
THOMAS I (solicitor & J.P.) I HIS WIPE MARY VTORRELL AND INFANT SON [ 

(2 lines.) 



116. Window, north of altar : — 

to the glory of god and in MEMORY OF ROWENA WIFE OF THE HON. 
JAMES LYNCH M.L.C. WHO DIED JULY 31^1 1885 THIS WINDOW IS ERECTED BY 
HER SON JAMES CHALLONEB LYNCH. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 23 

117. Window, south of altar : — 

TO THE GLOEY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF THE HON. JAMES ALSOP LYNCH, 

M.L.C., WHO DIED DEC* 24™ 1888 THIS WINDOW, etc, as above. 



118. Circular window over altar: — • 

Arms of England and V.R. To the sinister side aie the arms of the See, 
impaling : Argent, on a mound Vert a hear, on a chief Gules a dove between two 
crosses patteejltchee. " W. H. B." St. Michael and the dragon. 



119. On the south wall of the chancel is the bust of the Bishop in profile : — 
IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM HAET COLEllIDGE D.D. the first bishop 

OF I THIS SEE, comprising ALSO UNDER HIS JURISDICTION THE LEEWARD ISLANDS 
AND BRITISH GUIANA, | THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED BY THOSE WHO WOULD 
THANKFULLY RECORD THE EXEMPLARY ZEAL | AND PIETY THE FIDELITY' AND 
WISDOM WHICH MARKED HIS EPISCOPATE FROM ITS COMMENCEMENT | A.D. (1824) 
TO ITS CLOSE (1841) HIS MORTAL REMAINS LIE IN THEIR NATIYE SOIL THE 
FRUITS OF I HIS LABOURS ARE IN THESE LANDS, TO PROVOKE TO EMULATION 
AND ADVANCEMENT THOSE WHO | SURVIVE " TILL WE ALL COME IN THE UNITY 
OF THE FAITH AND OF THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE | GOD UNTO A PERFECT MAN, 
UNTO THE MEASURE OF THE STATURE OF THE FULNESS OF CHRIST." 

To the dexter are the Crest and Arms of Coleridge j to the sinister the arms 
of the See : In saltire a crazier and key, a crown in chief, and star in base. 

1825, Oct. 11. At St. Swithin's Church, Winchester, the Lord Bishop of 
Barbadoes (Dr. Coleridge) to Miss Sarah Eliz. Eenneli, dau. of the Very Kev. 
Tho. E. Dean of Winchester. (" G.M.," 368.) 

1827, June 13. At Barbadoes, Wm.-Kennell, infant son of the Lord Bishop 
and grandson of the Dean of Winchester. {Ibid., 285.) 

1849, Dec. 21. At his seat, Saltston, Ottery St. Mary, co. Devon, aged 60, 
the Right Kev. Wm. Hart Coleridge, D.D., etc. {Ibid., 1850, 207.) 

See pedigree in Vivian's " Visitation of Devon," p. 313. 



120. On a tablet at west end of the south wall of nave, up the stairs to 
gallery :— 

Near this Place are interred the Remains of the Hon^e JOHN ERANK 
NICHOLLS I late his Majesty's Solicitor General in this Island who departed 
this life the 16*^' | December 1807 Aged twenty five Years. | He was the 
Tonngest Son of JOHN NICHOLLS, Elquire, many Years a distinguished 
member of the | English Parliament. He married FRANCES eldest Daughter 
of HENRY MOUNT Esquire in | the month of November 1806. He was called 
to the English Bar and being possessed of splendid talents | which had long been 
directed to the acquirement of professional knowledge much might have been | 
expected from the exercise of them. In the month of April 1807 He was 
appointed to the office of | Solicitor General and arrived at Barbadoes the later 
end of November following but unfortunately | survived only tnree weeks. | 
(7 lines ; erected by widow.) 

Signs of missing shield. See floor-stone No. 22. 



24 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

121. In south gallery, on east wall of nave: — 

SACRED I TO THE MEMOET OF | GEOEG-E BEOWNE, ESQ^^ j (died) 
30'"= JULY 18G0 I (7 lines ; erected by his pupils.) 

T. GArriN regent ST. LONDON. 



122. SacreU | to the memory of | JNO W. TYNES | Died 19*11 March 1857 | 
Aged 48 Years. 



123. South gallery, south wall. Brass : — 

2ro ti^e ®lon> of ^oXt I anU to tfjc tljerisi^rlii memory of | JF#|^i3t 
Sri«P^Oi3t l^eSKiiEILIL I h)i)o tiitn at erOtstott on ii)t tijutrcnti) 
august 1899, I in ti)t ^ixtv ntntij Dear of ijts age. | jFov tijt long pcrtoU of 
t^trti) nine vtav» (1860—1899) i)e JjaK faittfuHi? anU rffifttntli? finrU ti}t 
ijigi/anU honourable position of Colonial ^Treasurer of tljis IftlanU. | 

(4 lines.) 

He mar. in 1862 Annie Bruce Murray, dau. of the Hon. Wm. Murray, head 
of the Colonial Bank. 

See No. 417. 

124. On west wall of nave, north corner, up the stairs to north gallery, is 
a wooden monument painted to represent marble : — 

Crest. — A griffin segreant holding an annulet. Arms. — Perfess Argent and 
Azure three Annulets (2 and 1) counterchanged ; impaling: Sable, a grifUn 
segreant Or. 

VIETUE alone makes all MEN ] TEULY NOBLE [ In MEMOEY of 
THOMAS DUKE Esq. | TEEASUEEE of this Island. | (16 lines.) | Ob : 
April 13 An. Dom. 1750 M. 53. | (2 lines.) 

Humphry Duke, planter, was granted 60 acres in 1630. See Vivian's 
" Visitation of Devon," p. 311. 

Wm. Duke was Clerk of the Assembly in 1756 and Henry his son matric. 
from Lincoln Coll. in 1760, aged 19. 

There were several clergy of the name. See No. 154. 



125. North wall, up the stairs : — 

IN MEMORY I OF | WALTEE HEEBEET LYNCH, | (organist) ] who 
died 2»». SEPTEMBER 1900, AGED 27 TEARS. | (6 lines.) 



126. East wall of nave, north gallery : — 

IN HIS FAMILY VAULT WITHIN THE | CONSECRATED PRECINCTS OF THIS 
CATHEDRAL | REST THE MORTAL REMAINS OF \ THE HONOEABLE WILLIAM 
GILL, I WHO HAVING SERTED HIS COUNTRY FOR MORE THAN | THIRTY YEARS IN 
THE RESPECTIVE OFFICES OF AUDITOR | OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS ADJUTANT GENERAL 
OF MILITIA I CHIEF BARON OF THEIR MAJESTIES COURT OF EXCHEQUER | MASTER 
IN THE HIGH AND HONORABLE COURT OF | CHANCERY AND TWICE PRESIDENT 
OVER THE COURT OF | GRAND SESSIONS | CONDUCTING FOR THIS LONG PERIOD (aS 
SENIOR PARTNER | OF THE FIRM) AN EXTENSIVE MERCANTILE ESTABLISHMENT | 
DIED ON THE 6™ JUNE 1846, IN THE 62^» YEAR OF HIS AGE, | (9 lines.) 

1801. Lately. Geo. Gill, esq. of B., to Miss Catherine Wornum, of Wigmore- 
str. C'G.M.,"1052.) 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 25 

127. THIS MONUMENT IS EEECTED | TO THE MEMORY OF MAEIA ANNE, DAUGHTER 
OF I THOMAS DANIEL ESQ«^ OF BERKELEY SQUARE, BRISTOL | AND OF HENBUBY 
IN THE COUNTY OF GLOUCESTER, | AND WIFE OF THOMAS LEWIS ESQ*^ OF 
ST PIERRE, I IN THE COUNTY OP MONMOUTH. | JOURNEYING FROM ENGLAND TO 
THIS ISLAND | FOR THE BENEFIT OF HER HEALTH, SHE DIED AT SEA | ON MONDAY 
THE M'^H DAY OF APRIL 1817, | IN THE 23^" YEAR OF HER AGE. 

See account of the Daniel family in Cave's " History of Banking in Bristol." 



In the west porch are two tablets and one ledger. 

128. White marble tablet on west wall, south side: — 

SACRED 1 To the Memory of | Serjeant Major | ARCHIBALD JOHN- 
STON I of the I Second or Queen's | Eoyal Eegiment of foot | who | After 
having faithfully & honourably [ served his KING and Country for the | space 
of 18 Tears ; with his Eegiment | in the Campaigns, in Portugal, Spain | and 
Prance, under his Grace the | DUKE OF WELLINGTON, \ discharging his 
duties with | advantage to the Service and | Credit to himself, Died after | a short 
illnefs at S* Ann's | Barracks Barbadoes on the | 14'^' September 181G | Aged 
36 Tears. | This Stone is Erected as a tribute j of refpect to his Memory, by the | 
Non-Commiffioned Officers and | Privates of the Eegiment. 

W. D. Bartlett, Sculp : Barbadoes. 



129. Tablet on west wall, north side: — 

SACEED I To the Memory of the following Officers | of the 2^1 (or Queens) 
Eoyal Eegiment | Buried near this spot, | who after a Series of Meritorious 
Services | under his Grace the DUKE of WELLINGTON \ and in almoft 
every Quarter of the Globe | fell together with many Old & valuable | Non- 
Comm'^ Officers & Soldiers early | Victims to a deftructive fever raging in | 
Barbados A.D. 1816. 

CAPT^ J. GORDON SEN^ LIEV'^ GRANT. 

LIEV^ CLUTTERBUCK LIEV'^ ADJ^ SPENCER 

LIEV^ M<=DOUGALL LTEV^ MASSIE 

LIEV^ GRAY ENSIGN RICHMOND 

LIEV^ NORMAN ASS'' SURG^ PEENDERGAST. 

Brave Men | ye defei-ved a brighter field, jet shall the | pale rofe shed its 
dews upon your untimely ! grave, & memory cherilh your contemplation | with 
no less dignity that ye fell before | an Almighty hand. | This Stone | is placed 
here | as a tribute of Eegard to departed Merit by | L' Col. H. C. E. "Vernon 
Graham | Commanding the Eeg^ C. Ashmead, Sculp. Queens. 

130. Ledger:— 

Here lie the Eemains of | . . EZSIN KING EEECE | whd departed this life 
on the I 23'-'i day of September 1838 | Aged 73 Tears. 

See No. 101. 



In the north porch there are no ledgers. In the south porch there are six. 

131. Skull and hour-glass above in a circle : — 

Here Lyes Interr'd y" Body of ] M" DOEOTHT SHEPHEED Wife of | 
M' I AMES SHEPHEED Merchant | who departed this life on Wednefday | 
the 1^^ of luly 1736 Aged 53 Tears | 2 Months and 23 Days. | Here Lyes alfo 

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26 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

Intevr'il y*^ Body o£ | M'^ lAMES SHEPHERD Merchant \ Hufband of the 
above named | DOEOTHY who departed this life | on Tuefday the 26*'' of May 
1741 I Aged 48 Tears 10 Months and | 25 Days. 

Also the Body of The Honi-'^ JAMES SHEPHEED Son of the | abovenamed who 
departed this Life | the 7"' day of June 1795 Aged 79 Years | A Sincere Christian \ 
Also the Body of D. M. MUEEAY Great Grandson of the \ last named JAMES 
SHEPHEED, Who died 16*" day May 1810 | Aged 5 Days. 

See No. 167. 

1736, July 8. Dorothy wife of My James Shepherd. 

1741, May 27. M"" James Shepherd Merch*. (Burial Eegister.) 

Alex. Bruce, M.D., of Edinburgh, mar. 12 Jan. 1763 Dorothy, dan. of Jas. 
Shepherd, Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer, and had an only dau. and 
heiress Keturah Shepherd Bruce, who mar. firstly, 24 June 1787, Lieut. Devenish, 
E.N., and 2ndly in Jan. 1798 Wm. Murray of the Customs, by whom she left 
a large family. (" Harman Family," p. 5.) 



132. HEAEE LYETH | ENTEEEED Y^ BODY | OF EOBAET EAE- 
EAE I SON OE THOMAS & | HANNAH FAEEAE | WHO DEPAETED 
THIS I LIFE YE JJtii DAY OF | NOVEMBEE 1695 | AGED 19 MONETHS. 

1695, Nov. 12. Eobert Farrar & children. (Burial Eegister.) 



133. Small square floor-stone : — 

Eob. Hoyle | 16 . 8. 

1698, May 18. M' \hlank'] Hoyle merest. 



134. Inscription on a border framewise : — 

Here lieth | the Bodie of Allan Lyde | Merch : who | Departed this , . . e the 
n^^ of I January 1680. 

In the centre, surmounted by an hour-glass and cross-bones, is this secondary 
inscription : — 

And .... hear Lyeth | the Body of francis | ye Sonn of .... | ... . and Jane 
his wife | who Departed this | . ife March .... 



135, Small fragment : — 

Elizth Cole I 1698. 

1698, May 11. Eliza Cole, a child. (Burial Eegister.) 



136. Nearly obliterated : — 

Vnder this Stone | expecting a glori | ous resurrection | lyeth iuterr'd the | 

Body of Cap | Christo B . adl* | who dep-i this life I the 14^1' day of 

Augt I 1683. I (1 line illegible.) 

1685, Aug. 30. Cap* Christopher B . . . bury (? Bradbury). 



137. Blue marble fragment : — 

As also I GAEET th . . . . | mentioned EI .... | shiee who dep .... | . ife 
the twenty | of October 1729 a .... | fixty 3 Year of ... . 

1729, Oct. 25. M" Mary Wiltshire wid" in the Church, a sermon. (Burial 
Eegister.) 

* "l"or"b." 



27 



In the way leading to the south gate are six ledgers. 
138. About 13 lines, no name, mostly flaked away. 



139. Traces of a shield above : — 

Here lies the Body of THOMAZIN, j Daughter of Colonel THOMAS 
THORNHILL | & PHILIPPA his wife Daughter of JOHN DIVLES (?) | [crack 
here] Esq. who was firft married to WAED ALL | ANDREWS Esq. of this Ifland 
but afterward | to WILLIAM SAVAG-E Esq. of Bloxworth in y^ | County of 
Dorfet, & then departed this life ] the 27"' day of March 1718. 

1698, Sept. 22. Coll° Thomas Thornhill. (Burial Register.) 

See St. (jeorge's parish, No. 825, and St. Thomas. 

1718, March 29. M" Thomas'" Savage i'th Chancel. (Burial Register.) 



140. Here lies Interrd the body of Edwaed j Peaece Ohiit the 19''» Day of 
Dexem^ 1725 \ M. 23 Years. 

1725, Dec. 19. M-- Edward Pearce. (Burial Register.) 

141. Short inscription, name gone. 



142. Here Lyes Interrd the | Body of ROB MILN Son to 1 DAVID MILN 
Merch . . . . | Barbados who died .... 1 ."' | of March 1699 Aged . . . . | month 
& one day | Also the Body of | DAVID MILN 2 Son to the | above DAVID 
MILN who died | the 1 of .... 17 . . Aged | Seventeen months 2 days. 

No burial of the name in March 1699. 

1713, Nov. 23. Robert Miln a child in Church. (Burial Register.) 



143. On a shield with mantling in sunk oval : — 

Crest. — A bird on W. and H. Arms. — A chevron between three covered cups. 

Here Lyeth Interrd the Bodv of .... i SHAW Son of THOMAS | ELIZA- 
BETH SHAW who Departed'l Ag . . | WILLIAM SHAW Son of Said | 

THOMAS & ELIZABETH SHAW | . . . . 1713 | Year of Age | Here 

lyeth A . . o the Body of | M'' THOMAS SHAWE Merch who | this life the 

17 . 2 i In the 42 Year of his Age | Also y^ Body of M'« ELIZ: BOOTH 

Widow i who departed .... [12 Feb. 1721] j in the 67 Year of Her .... [crack 
here]. 

The date within brackets is given by Archer. 

1713, Dec. 13. W" Shawe a child. 

1728-9, Feb. 18. M' Thomas Shawe. (Burial Register.) 



144. In the paving to south of nave and east of porch are the following 
ledgers : — 

Here lieth the Body of | IOH>^ FELTON Citizen | and G-ouIdfmith of | 
LONDON who Departed ] this life the 14"' of May | 1694 Aged 62 | years 
9 Months. 

1691, May y'' 5"'. M"" John fEeltoa. (Burial Register.) 



^8 I^ONUMENTAL II^SCRIP tlOi^S tN BARBADOS. 

145. SACRED TO THE MEMORY \ OE [ HENRY FOW * E ESQ | 

rOEMEELT A 8EAECHEE IN HIS | MAJESTYS CUSTOMS OF THE PORT | OF BRIDGE 
TOWN IN THIS ISLAND | WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE | DECEMBER 17 1788 AGED 

62 TEARS I ALSO | SAB AH RELICT OF | HENBT FOWKE ESQ^^ \ who 

DEPAETED THIS LIFE | NOVEMBEE 14™ 1825 | AGED [blank] TEARS. 

1788, Dec. 17*^'. Henry Fowke. (Burial Register.) 



146. Arms. — A chevron. 

Here | Lyeth the Body of Edward fon of | Col« William Wantou | and Ruth 
his Wife 1 Of Newport on Road Ifland | Who deceafed EebJ' y« 21«t 172^ | In 
the 19'^ Year of his Age. | (11 lines, some of them flaked.) 

1720-1, Feb. 22. Edward Wanton. (Burial Register.) 

Edw. Wanton born, according to Austin, 11 April 1702, son of William and 
Ruth (Bryant) Wanton of Newport. His father, a noted merchant, was Speaker 
of the House of Deputies, Assistant Major for the Island, and in 1732 Grovernor 
of the Colony. 

See " Barbadian Notes," by Gr. Andrews Moriarty, Jun., A.M. of Newport, 
R.I., in the " New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Regr." for Oct. 1913, vol. Ixvii., pp. 360— 
371. 



147. Square tablet under the window : — 

lu Memory of | ELIZABETH ERASER | who died the V^ of | December 
1792. I Aged 61 Tears | 1 Month & 1 Day. 



148. Much flaked :— 

Here Lyeth Intered y^ | Body of John Wadwor''^ j who Departed this Life 
yc 1 10 Day OF January . . 30 | Aged 4 . . . (flaked) | Here .... M''^ ] lane 
W I of Ml- I late | s . . | 169| | Aged 59 . . ars | 

No burial Jan. 1730. 

1695-6, March 11. M"^ Jane Wadsworth widow. (Burial Register.) 



149. Surface flaking : — 

Here rest entombed | the remains of Jos Thoene Pract. in Physic ] Who 
died Oct'- 30 1810 | In Year of his age. | (13 lines.) 



150 ED I mory of M'" | A (?) Chase Son of I. A. Chase j & Sarah 

his wife I who Depar .... life | . . . . | the 42 .... his Age. 



151 j Body of Mary | Stephenfon wife | of Geo* Stephenfon | Corp^ 

i Royal | Brit . . | 

152 D The Bo .... | bert Black .... | 38 yeaes who . . . . [ Parted 

This Life | Mat The 10 167 . 

(? Blackdon or Blackman.) Searched Burials unsuccessfully 1670—80. 

* Crack. 



Sl\ MiCflAEL's CATHEDRAti. ^9 

153. Here 1 . . . In the Body | JOHN OWEN | Who Died Sep'' 7"' 

1742 I Aged 29 Years. 

1742, Sept. 8. M»- John Owen. (Burial Eegister.) 



154. This sepulchre Belongs to the [ REV^ JOHN DUKE | In which are 
deposited the Remains | of IJULSTRODE WHITELOCK | Son of MAJOR I 
JOHN WHITELOCK | & MARY LEWIS his Wife | Who departed this life 
Aug* 5ti» 1796 I Aged 3 Months .... Days. 

1765, Sept. Rev. Mr. Duke, a planter at B. (" G.M.," 491.) 
Rev. J. Duke went out 20 June 1783, John Duke on 31 Aug. 1779, and William 
Duke on 24 May 1758. 
See No. 124. 



155. The right half has been broken off and is missing : — 

Here lyeth | of INO the | PILGRIM bor | ENGLAND 

ag . . . . I who deceafe . . . . | Septem . . . . | Allfoe the bo . . . . | the wife of 

IN I of HENRY & E | -MEW and bo | ENGLAND age \ 

yeares who d . . . . } day of Octo*"" A . . . . 



156. Here lie the Remains of | M''^ ELIZABETH WHITE | who Departed 
this Life the | 15ti\ October 1818. | in the 64*1 Year of her Age. 



157. Very deeply cut and a crack through the stone : — 

Here lyeth the Body of | M^ TIMOTHY FINDER | Who Departed this 
life I the 4'^ Day of October An° Dom. 1723. | Aged 40 years | Allso Here Lyeth 

The Body of | M'' Tho« Cheef Ma Who De : | Parted This Life The 6^'' Day | 

of FeBruary 1740 Aged 48 | Years. 

1723, Oct. 6. Capt. Timothy Pindar. 

1740, Feb. 17. Capt. Thomas Cheesman. (Burial Register.) 

The Hon. Wm. Binder, Chief Justice, died Dec. 1806. 



158. Here lies the Body of | MARY the loving and beloved Wife of | 
MICHAEL M'NEMARA M.D. \ She died February the 8'^' | 1757 | In the 34"' 
Year of her Age | Here alio are buried | MARGARET daughter of Thomas | 
And I Margaret Adams | Ob. October 14^'' | 1737 | Aged 3 Years 4 Months 
and 17 Days | THOMAS | Son of ditto ob. December 22^ | 1737 | Aged 1 Year 
4 Months and 9 Days | JAMES ELLIOT | Sou of ditto ob. Augul't the (30?) | 
1740, I Aged 1 Year 3 Months 23 Days | And | MARGARET wife of Thomas 
Adams ] Ob. June the 30"' ] 1743 | Aged 38 Years 9 Months ] and 15 Days. 

1737, Oct. 14. Mary (sic) Da. of M' Tho« Adams. 

1737, Dec. 22. Thomas son of M"" Thomas Adams. 

1740, Aug. 31. James Elliott son of M'' Tho« Adams. 

1761, Sept. 3. Thomas Adams Esq'" M.C. (Burial Register.) 



159. White marble inscriptiou, at present illegible j it requires scrubbing. 



S6 MONtJMENl^Al iKSCRl^TfONS I>T BARBADOS. 

160. ELIZABETH JANE CAEEW | Firi't Child of | WALTER and JANE 
CAREW I Died the 1*' of October 1776 | Aged 8 Years and 27 days. | (12 lines.) 



161. Small square : — 
1876 I ARTHUR [ C. 



162 y of I . . . . y 2» of lO''^'" | . . . . s Age | Eltz his wife who dyed ] 

Xbkb iQ>jQ ijj ye 59th yeare | of her Age | . . . . y« body of Iacob Beandt their 
fon ( . . . . o died y« 20*"^ of Ivne 1700 in y« 56*^ | yeare of his age. 

1679, Dec. 6. M" Eliz^ Brandt wido : 

1700, June 21. M"" Jacob Brandt. (Burial Register.) 



163. In corner of chancel and nave walls : — 

Edouard Engren j A Native of Paris | Died 25**' July 1819 | Aged 48 Years. 



164. Upright stone against east wall of nave : — 

Sacred \ to | The Memory of | JAMES W. KING-, | Who died 15*^ May 
1852: Aged 57. | also \ Elizabeth augusta, | His Daughter \ The Wife of ( 
JAMES GIRDWOOD, | Who died 1711^ January 1867, Aged 41. 



165. Here Refteth the Bodyes | of I-VDITH and SYSANAH ELLICOTT | 
Daughters of THOMAS [ and SYSANAH ELLICOTT. | lYDITH Departed 

this life y« of I lYNE 1703 Aged 29 hours and | SYSA^ departed y« 5*^ of 

Oct" 1704 I Aged twenty days. 

1703, June 12. Judith EUacott. (Burial Register.) 



166. Inscription on a border framewise, touching south wall of chancel : — 

Here . . . . | . . e Body of Benjamen Le Gay Mer [ chant who 1 
Departed this Life the 7 Day of | Ivne 1676 | Aged 27 . ears ] In the centre 
is this secondary inscription : — eliz^ the | wife of iohn | legay] oh"^ 25''= 
SEPTEMBER 1677 | ALSO loHN | LE GAY. | (Hour-glass, skull, aud cross-bones.) | 

HUSBAND OF THE | SAID ELIZ^ OB'' | 14 JVLY 1685. 

1676, June 8. Ensigne Benj*' Legay. 

1677, Sept. 25. Eliz« the wife of M' John Legay. 
1685, July 15. M"" John Legay. (Burial Register.) 

Jacob Le G-ay. Will proved 1721 (205, Buckm.). Tho. Butler of Barbados 
and London, Merchant, mar. 1631 Kath., sister of Jacob Le Gay. 



Returning now from the south porch, westwards, are the following ledgers: — 
167. JAMES SHEPHERD Jan^: | departed this life | November 1'^: 1772 | 
Aged 30 Years | Thomas Harrison Shepherd Esq"" ] Son of the above | who 
departed this Life 9^^ Sepf 1819 | Aged 48 Years and 10 Months. 

See No. 131. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 81 

168. M" JANE DtJFFEY | Departed this Life | November 9^^ 1757 | Aged 
Years. 



169. Here Lieth the Body of | JONES PAKK Avho Departed | this Life 14"' 
Day of Augst | 1749 | Aged 80 Years. 

1750, Aug. 15. Jones Park. (Burial Eegister.) 



170. Sacred | to the Memory of | ANN GAS KIN WILLIAMS | Obiit 

December 1823. | . . . . Years. | (2 lines.) 



171. Here Lyeth Interd y^ Body | of My: D: of .... | Son of W™ M I 

Aged 13 Months [The Day ay 173 . 



172. SACRED | to the memory of | edward channell | late purser of 

THE R.M.S. PACKET | THAMES | D. 11th JANUARY 1853, | AGEB 33 YEARS. | 

(2 lines.) 

1853, Jan. 11, At B., of vellow fever, aged 36, Edw. Channel!, purser of 
R.M.S.P. Thames. (" G.M.," 329.) 

173. Fragment ; foot-stone of No. 178 : — 

Cap* JOHN I EAINSFORD | departed this | life februak^. ( t« hi. 
1710-11 I Made in Charlftown. 

1710-11, Feb. 4. Capt^: John Eandsford of N«' Eng<^. (Burial Eegister.) 
Probably son of John Eainsford of Boston, ship-carpenter, who died 5 April 
1698, and grandson of Edward of Boston. (Gr. A. Moriarty.) 



174. ALSO I to the memory of I MAEY HAEEIET JAMES | the beloyed 
wife .... I who died .... I aged .... 



175. Here lyeth interred y^ body | of Simon Cooper Mafon who de | parted 
this life y^ 2*^ of Decemb"" 1694 | Aged 63 year's | Alio Mary his wife who 
departed | this life the 26'^' of Febvary 16|f | Aged 63 year's. 

1694, Dec. 2. M*" Symon Cooper. 

1698-9, Feb. 27. M--^ Mary Cooper. (Burial Eegister.) 



176. Lyeth Interred the Body of | . . . . ncis Mose who departed | . . . . f e 
March the 4*1' 1773 | . . . . ged 38 Years. 

1773, March 5. Francis Mose. (Burial Eegister.) 



177. Underneath this Stone | Lie two Sons of SAMUEL | and MAEY 
WOODIN I JOHN died Sepf y^ 10*^ 1747 | Aged 2 Years 6 Months j and 26 
Days I SAMUEL died Sepf y^ lO*'^ | 1748 Aged 6 Months and 23 | Days. | Here 
Lieth the Body of | Mary Ann Scott Wife of | Cap' William Scott, | who 
departed this Life 1 November y^ 23*^ 1779. 



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32 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

178. Eragment of blue marble ; ? formerly a headstone, now fixed flat. 
I chipped off cement from some words : — 

Jac. mantling. Ceest. — A stag statant over W. and H. Aems. — A cross, 
in first quarter a star of six points. 

Capt JOHN EAINSEORD of Bofton in ( NEW ENGLAND ^tatis Su« 
XLix & XI m°. 



179. Here Lyeth Intered | of ANN MOOEE wife | WILLIAM MOOEE 
. h . . . I This Life the Eighteenth D . . | 1732 Aged 23 years. 

1732, April 17. Ann wife of M"" W™ Moore. (Burial Eegister.) 



180. Here lie the Remains of | ISABELLA, | the Wife | and | ELIZA and 
JOHN I Daughter and Son | of | ISAAC GITTENS. 



181. To the Memory | of ADRIAN LEENOUET | LEENOUET ESQ 
who 1 departed this life | 1** Jvly 1703 aged 35 [ Years & 2 Months. 

No burial in 1703. 



182. Inscription on border framewise : — 

HEAEE L . . . . ELIZ | (this cemented) .... GHTEE of THO | 
(end border missing.) | (Blank border.) | In the centre is this secondary 
inscription: — Here lyeth the .... | Of ... z: wife Of | ffearcharson wh . | 
departed thisly. . | 18"' of August 1681 A . . | 38 years. | Heere Lieth Bur . . . | 
y^ Bodye of Kathari . . | Daughter of Tho & | Eliz Eercharson Who | Departed 
This Life | May 31. 16G6 | Also y^ Body of Eliz. | Goodall Mother of '| Eliz 
Eercharson Who | . . parted this Life | 16 . 6 A . . . d . 4. 

No burial May 1666 nor 1686. 

1681, Aug. 19. Elizabeth the wife of M' Tho : ffercharson. (Burial Eegister.) 

Mary Eercharson mar. 15 Oct. 1726 Col. Eobert Yeamans, Junr. 



Many stones if cleaned would give better readings of doubtful lines. 

183. Here lies the Body of | Katharine Weft Eldeft | Daughter of Edward 
& Ann 1 Weft died the 20'!' June 1779 | Aged 2 Years & 6 Months. | Alio the 
Body of Elizabeth | Ann Weft Second Daughter j of the laid Edward & Ann | 
Weft died 20"' Auguft 1779. | Aged 10 Months. | ALSO the Body of Edward | 
West Father of the above | mentioned children Died j 7"" lune 1780 j Aged 
33 y'-^ and 7 Months. 

1779, June 21. Katharine Daug-" of Edward West. 

1779, Aug. 21. Elizabeth Ann, Daug-^ of Edw*! West. 

1780, July 8 {sic). Edward West. (Burial Eegister.) 



18i. In mtmt>XV I of I (2 lines illegible.) | 1807 | . . Years | ALSO | 

. . . . Child Elizabeth Goodson | . . . . August the . . . | Aged 19 Months \ (5 more 
lines.) 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 33 

185. In perfect condition : — 

Here Lyeth Interred the Body | of Eobert Draper Merchant | who Departed 
this life the xxii j of September mdclxxxyii | about the xxx^^ year of | his age. 

1687, Sept. 25. M^' Eobert Draper. (Burial Eegister.) 



We are now at the south-west end of nave, where the passage is covered with 
two rows of ledgers up to the porch. I have taken the west row first. They are 
mostly of blue marble, and have probably been removed from the church or from 
vaults in the churchyard. 

186. Blue marble, in perfect condition : — 

Jac. mantling in sunk oval. No crest. Arms. — A chevron engrailed between 
three lions rampant. 

Here lyeth the Body of | kjsn y^ Wife op James Jones | Mebchant 
WHO died y*^ 3° I OF OcT^B 1731 Aged near | 37 years. 

1731, Oct. 4. Ann wife of M' James Jones. (Burial Eegister.) 
The adjoining ledger has no inscription left. 



187. Grey marble : — 

Here lyETH interred y^ Body | of Margaret wife of caPt | herny (sic) 

WHITE WHO DEPARTED | THIS llFE y* ll'^" OF A.PR1II | IN y^ 29^^= YEAR OF HER 
AGE ! 1696. 

1696, April 11. Margaret y^ wife of Cap* Henry White. (Burial Eegister.) 



188. Blue marble:— 

Here Iveth the Body of | JOHN BUCKLER \ Son of Andrew & Mary 
Buckler | who departed this Life | April 30*'' on thurfday 1752. | Aged 20 Years, 
5 Months I and 20 Days. 

1752, May 1. John Buckler. (Burial Eegister.) 



189. Much flaked :— 

Here lyeth Interred the Body | of MAETIN FEIDENBEEG- | who departed 
this Life y" 12 of Sep* 1732 I Alfo the Body of MAEY bis wife | And of his Son 
Nicholas | Likewife three grand Sons of the above | Children of William & Ann 
Kelto I And another grand Child of the above | Daughter of Henry & Katharine 
Haughn | who .... ted this Life | the ... . November 1748 | Aged one Tear. 

1732, Sept. 15. Martin Fridenburg a Taylor. 

1748, Nov. 19. Anna Maria Daugh' of Henry Haughn. (Burial Eegister.) 



]90. Blue marble:— 

2ro ti)e l^emors of | Lieu' Sf Adf \ JOHN DOLMAN I 86<* EegK \ Died 
8"^ Jany I 1828 | Aged 30 Years. 



m MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

191. White marble and cracked : — 

Here lies the Body | JAMES JEZZEPH | late Coachman to the Eigh 1 

LORD COMBEEMER . . | Governor of Barbados | and | Commander of the 
Eorces | in the Windward and Leeward Islands ] who died November the IS^^ 
1817 I Aged 50 Years. | (1 line.) . 

192. This stone has cement covering up the top : — 

TUR I who departed [ 3pt October | In the 57 Year of his Age. 



]93. Blue marble:— 

THE BTEiALL PLACE OF | M*" loHN Leart AND FAMILY. | Here Lics Intcrr'd 
the body of Cap^ | MATTHEW LEAKY who Departed | this Life the 15^1' 
October 1750 in the | 4,7^^ Year of his Age. 

1750, Oct. 15, Matthew Leary. (Burial Register.) 



194. Blue marble : — 

This Tomb is erected I to the Sacred Memory of | CHARLES PADMORE 
Efq"" of the Parifh | of Saint James who departed this life | the 5^^ February 
1794 Aged fifty Years. | And alfo for his dearly beloved Son | SAMUEL. 



195. Blue marble : — 

mre lie Interred the Body of\ AGNES DOWNES HORDLE I Wife of 
THOMAS HORDLE | died the 24<h of July 1795 | Aged 26 Years. ] Alfo 
MARGARET HORDLE | Daughter of the above \ died the 19"' of July 1791 | 
Aged 3 Years. | Alfo SARAH HORDLE | Daughter of the above \ died the SO^^ 
of Nov"- 1793, I Aged 16 Months. 



Here we reach the porch, and return to the second row of ledgers touching 
the west wall of nave, south end. 

196. Blue marble. In corner of porch and west wall of nave : — 

JOHIf KIBTON I died September 14'^ 1797 | Aged 51 Years. 



197. SACRED \ to the Memory of | JOHN PILARO . T | THOMAS | who 
departed this life | August the 9"' 1804 | Aged 63 Years | and three Months. | 
(8 lines.) 

I could not find the burial entry. 



198. Blue marble :— 

Here Lyeth the Body of M"^ | William Jordan Late of | This Town Merchant 
Who I Departed this Life the 21''' aug' | 1700 aged 56 yeares | Also Mary his 
Daughter | Who Departed this Life the | 4'^ of lune 1714 aged 16 yeares | one 
Month and 26 Days. 

1700, Sept. 7. W"* Jordan. 

1714, June 7. M" Mary Jordan Spinst"". (Burial Register.) 

See No. 812. 



Sl^. MtCHAEL^S CATltEDllAti. ^5 

199. In Memory of SARAH BEID \ who departed this life June the .... | 
(All the rest flaked away. The adjoining stone has no inscription.) 



200. White marble :— - • 

SacreD | to the memory of | (Stace | Wife of Geo. MacDeemott Esq^*^ j 
Surgeon 4"' (or the Kings Own) Eeg*. | Who departed this life | on the 22'* 
Sept' I 1822. I (2 Latin lines.) 

201. Very much worn : — 

Here lies the Eemains of | JA SMITH | | the 6*^ October | 

Tear of her Age | HE . . Y WILSON departed | this life the 80«' June 

17 . . I In the .... Tear of his Age. 



202. Surface flaked :— 

Here lyeth the Body of | M" SAEAH . . NDFOED | who departed this 
Life I the 5*^ day of Nov 1746 | Aged 43 Tears. 

1736, May 5. The honble John Sandford Esq^ 

1746, Nov. 6. M" Sarah Sandford. (Burial Eegister.) 



There are no ledgers in the way from the west porch to the west gate, nor to 
the north side of the west wall of the nave. 

In the way from the north porch into the churchyard there are nine ledgers, 
as follows : — 

203. Blue marble :— 

HEBE LYETH TNTEERED | THE BODY OF EMLIN" POLLARD | WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE I JUNE 21«* 1712 AGED 78 YEARS | AND THE BODYES OF | ipHN POLLARD, 
SAMUELL POLLARD | MARY POLLARD AND | lOHN POLLARD lUN"" CHILDREN | OF 
DOCT»' lOHN POLLARD | ALSO MARY POLLA (cemCnt) | OF THE 8''' D'" lOHN 
PO . . . . I WHO DEPARTED THIS L . . . . | MAY 26" {sic) 1733 AGED 45 YEARS. 

1712, June 22. M>« Emlin Pollard. 

1733, May 27. M''« Mary Pollard wife of Docf John Pollard, a Sermon. 
(Burial Eegister.) 

Dr. Tho. Pollard of Bridgetown had a son John at Eton 176L — 71, matric. from 
Queen's Coll., Oxford, 7 June 1771, aged 18 ; another son Walter at Eton 1761 — 
66, then at Harrow and Eman. Coll., Cambridge. See their correspondence 
1771—88, Add. MS. 35,655, British Museum. 



204. Blue marble, much worn, with inscription running around the border, 
and skull and cross-bones in an oval in the centre : — 

Here lyeth the Body | of Eli .... ore ... . ton wife | Departed this Life the 
xvii Day of j February 167 . | Aged about xv yeeres. 

The foot of the stone is missing. I could not find entry in Burial Eegister. 



205. ^txt \m Jttterreti tije BoKd | of peudence chaucee | Wife of 

BENONT CHAUCEE | who depart'ed this Life | Dec*"^ the 20"' 1795 Aged 
67 Tears. 



B6 litONUMENTAIi INSCEIPTIONS IN BAUBABOS. 

206. This stone is illegible. It has been hacked to hold mortar, as thougb 
used upside down, before placed in its present position. 



207. Blue marble :— 

Here lieth John Son of James & | Mary Booth, he did (sic) IS*'' Sept'' 1749 | 
in the firft Tear of his Age. | Alio Mary their Daughter died on | y^ {blank) of 
April 1751 Aged (blank) Days. 

1749, Sept. 15. John Son of James Booth. 

1750-1, March 21. Mary Daught^* of James Boothe. (Burial Register.) 



208. This stone, if scrubbed, the inscription might be more legible : — 

Here lies Interred the Body j of ANN WOOLFORD Wife of | THOMAS 
WOOLFORD I who Departed this life the . .''' | December 1742 Aged 44 Years | 
Alfo her three Infants | eliz^h ann & Robert who died | Under two Years Old j 
Alfo WILLIAM JENKINS the | Brother of ANN WOOLFORD | who 
Departed this life the 2Q^^ \ of Auguft 1725 Aged 38 Years. | Alfo WALTER 
HYDE WOOLFORD | Son of THO. & DOROTHY WOOLFORD | who 
Departed this life | In . . . , Year .... Age | . . . . | . . sband | Children who died 
y« 24 of August 173 . | Aged | And also the Body of Rebecca j loviug & beloved 
Wife of Tho. Woolford | . on of y^ above who died y^ 29 of lune | . . . . the 19 
year of her age. 

1725, Oct. 19. M' William Jenkins. (There was no burial in August 1725.) 
1742, Dec. 28. M" Ann Woolford wife of M>- Thomas Woolford. (Burial 
Register.) 



209. i£r«etetl | by the | Officers of the Mail Boat | to the memory of | 
JAMES JOHNSTON | who departed this life 16 July 1 ^M. 1821 | aged 52 
years. 



210. White marble :— 

SatretH | to | the memory of | CHARLES OLIPHINT \ Native of Scot- 
land I who departed this life | the 16"' of Sep. A.D. 1821 | aged 29 years. 



211. White marble : — 

Sacred to the Memory | of | THOMAS PAYNE | and \ JANE NILES. 



211a. SacreU to IWemOVD | Here lieth the Remains | of \ FRANCIS 
WATTS I who departed this life | the 6'i' October 1826 | Aged 44 Years. 



212. SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | CHRISTIAN GAY EDGHILL | WIFE OF 

SAMUEL EDGSiLL j Who d . . . . of August 1841 | Aged 61 years. I (4 lines.) 



213. Broken up blue marble ledger, just beyond No. 211. The three frag- 
ments do not fit together :-^ 

.... y of Mar .... .... ghter of the ab . . . . 

. . . MAS Morris de ... A .... Ob. 6"' Feb'y 1764 M . , . . 

8'»' day of Octobe 

.... 8 months. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. St 

Nos. 214 to 256 are all flat stones laid down in the way around the church. 
They must have been brought from elsewhere. Commencing from the north 
porch. 

214. On a loose fragment of very thick marble : — 

Here lieth the body of .... | the daughter of Thomas & Elea . . . . ] 
. . . EEisoN who departed this lif | mber the 9^^ 1712 Aged 2 Years & . . . . 

1712, Nov. 1. Jane y« D»: of M^^ Tho": & M" Ellen"-; Harrison bo. OctoV: 
30th. (Bapt.) 

1712, Dec. 9. Jane Harrison, a child. (Bur.) 



215. Sacred to the Memory | of Jofhua Hatton Efqi" late I of Prefcot in 
Lancafhire | Ob. 22^ Aug** 1800 M. 38. 



216. SACEED I TO THE MEMOET OF | THOMAS PIEEEEPONT SENIOE | 
WHO DIED 20^= APEIL 1846 | AGED 35 YEAES | AND | THOMAS PIEEREPONT 
JUNIOE I WHO DIED 25^= MAY 1865 | AGED 31 YEAES. 

See No. 64. 



217. Here Lveth the Body of [ WILLIAM Son of MATTHIAS | and 
ELIZABETH HOLST | Died 29^^' December 1748 | Aged 7 Days. | Also the 
Body of ELIZABETH | the Wife to MATTHIAS HOLST | Died 27t'> June 
1763 I Aged 18 Tears 2 Months & 3 Davs. | ALSO the Body | ELIZ'i" DOVE 
Daughter to | the above and late Wife to D'" | WILLIAM GASKIN BANNIS | 
TER Died Jan. 22 1782 | Aged 26 Years. 



218. This Stone covers the | Eemains of five Children | of M« Thomas 
M^Intosh I and Ann his wife. 

219. Grey marble, with circular bas-relief of woman and urn let in at top : — 

Sacred to.... (flaked) 1 m^^¥ ^^^ em^^i^iBlXSi^^ \ Wife of \ 
AETHUEOUGHTEESON | Bauq}derof\ IOHNand WALKEBSHEAFE \ 
of this Island I Nat. iSept^"^' 21""" 1774 \ Nupt. Oct^^^* 24*o 1793 | Ob. Oci'"-^'' 
ir^ 1802. I (5 Latin lines.) 



220. the I family bueial place | of | samuel taylob I 1819. 



221. White marble :— 

Sub hoc marmore | Eeponunt cineres j OLE MENTIS BOWOBEB 
PBIIOHARD I (7 lines.) | Yigefimo . . ii die A.D. 1772, | et | Anno aetatis svse 
vigerimo fecundo | (8 lines, then ? 2 lines cemented.) | Cognatis et amic . . . . j 
. . . earns | Qui . . | . . A.D. 1771, | Die Decembris vigefimo q .... | Ad Infulara 
Barbadienfe | Appulit | (fe)d febre correptus | flore ju . . . . | Occubuit | Die 
tertio Aprilis 1772, | . . um humanarum exitus. 

1772, July 21. Clement Boucher Prichard Son in law to the Eev'* Tho" 
Wharton. (^Burial Register.) 



38 Monumental iNSCEtPTtoNS in BAftBADbS. 

222. On a fragment of blue marble. At top in border are an hour-glass, 
skull and cross-bones, an ornamental border on the other sides : — 

UEEE LYES T^ BODY | OP GEOEGE BADCOCK | OF BOSTON IN | NEW ENGLAND 
AGED I 21 YEAES & 2 M^ | DIED SEP'' THE 17 | 1714. 

1714, Sept. 18. G-eorge Badcock mar^ 

This stone and the next one were not mentioned in Mr. Moriarty's recent 
article in the " New England Register." 



223. On a blue marble fragment with ornamental border of swags of fruit on 
the left side and bottom, somewhat similar in style to the above. The right top 
edge cemented : — 

Here lyeth th . . . . | Body of Natha . . . . | Son of loseph An | Mary 
Bryer of j Rhoad Iseland he | departed this life | february y^ 17^^ 1718 | Aged 
21*': years, | & 6 months. 

No burial entry. 



224. A very fine small blue marble : — 

On a lozenge. Crest (? a fleur-de-lis, which may be a crest or only part of 
ornamentation) over W. and H. Aems. — Three eagles' heads erased. The 
lozenge is set in a square with skull, wings and cross-bones at each angle. 

HERE LYES INTEE'D y^ BODY | OP ELIZABETH YELLINQS DAU'" | OF JOHN & 
MAEY YELLINGS | AGED ABOUT 8 YEAES WHO | DEC^ JAN'y y^ 30*^' 1717-18. 

1717-18, Jan. 31. Eliz«: Tellings, a child. (Burial Register.) 



225. Blue marble :— 

This Stone In Memory of anthony Son of | Nathaniel & mabell waleond 
wh" (sic) Departed this Life | July 10"' 1757 Aged two Months. | And in Memory 
of I ANN Daughter of Nathaniel & mabell waleond | who Departed this 
Life the S"' October 1758 | Aged three Months. 



226. Blue marble :— 

Jac. mantling in oval. Ceest. — A Paschal lamh over W. and R. Aems, — 
Three chevronels. 

Here Lyeth Interrd the Body of | STEPHEN THOMAS Esq. | one of the 
Baeons of His Majefties | Court of Exchequer and for feveral | years a Justice 
of the Peace in this | Island of Barbados who dyed | the 12™ day of October 
1721 I Aged about 43 years. | also the Body of IIANNAR DODSWOBTH \ 
W\ieoiHENBYDODSWOBTHl^^(\'s.ndi \ Relict of the abovesaid .S'l'jSJP^^'iVr 
THOMAS I Esq. who dyed the (cement) . . y of | September 1723. 

1721, Oct. 13. Capt Stephen Thomas in y^ Chancel. 

1723, 7'""' 11th. M" Hannah Dodsworth wife of Henry Dodsworth Esq^' in y" 
Chancel. (Burial Register.) 

227. SatreU | to the Memory of | WILLIAM HILL and DOROTHY his 
Wife I the former of whom | departed this Life on the 11"' June 1800 (or 1806) | 
Aged 63 Years | And the latter | on the lO'^^ November 1822 | Aged 80 Years. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 3^ 

228. SatrelK to tf)e|Wemor» | of\ henry MOSELEY ] who departed this 
life I the 11"^ of January 1833 \ Aged 47 Years | (4 lines.) | Here also lie the 
Eemains of his four Infant Children | (2 lines ; placed by Widow.) 



229. Stone covered with patches of mortar which if chipped off the inscription 
might be legible : — 

. . . ED . . Y BO . . I . . . AEAH THOMA. . | EVEN. . | DEPARTED 
THIS I SEPTEMBER THE 1 . HIRD 1689. 

1689, Sept. 24. A child of M' Nath^^ Heywoods. (Burial Register.) 

No burial 2 to 8 September. 

This is the last of the ledgers along this passage way. 



280. Close to the north wall of chancel are the following : — 

Sacred to the Memory of [ Editha the Wife of | John L'Esptnasse Esq^^ | 
of Demerara who died in this Island | the 10'^' of June 1805 of a Decline | 
leaving her Husband to mourn the lols | of an Amiable and affectionate Wife j 
after a Union of scarcely three years | their infant Daughter is also thus | deprived 
of the best of Eriends | a tender and adoring Mother. 

A slab to north is illegible. 



231. SacretK to tije memorj? of | JNO W^ BONYUN | who departed this 
life Jan. 27^^ A.D. 1821 aged 9 years. 



232 tered the | . ody of Greorge Jonathan | . fhby who died Sep^"" 13*'' | 

. 793 Aged 27 Years. | Alfo the Bodies of Eliz | beth wife of Serg* John | Afhby 
who died Dec'' 13''' | . 793 Aged 32 Years. 

No burial entry. 



233. Blue marble ledger with inscription in border framewise : — 

Here Lyeth the | Body of Edward B . . . . (cement) who Departed | this .... 
the I 17'^ Day . . (cement) ary Anno Domini 1670 | Aged About | Forty leaven 
years. 

1670, Jany 18. M' Edward Body in the Church. (Burial Register.) 



234. Touching a buttress : — 

OITR LIT I SYDNEY | R. J. WORM | and | R. M. WORM \ 1862. 



235. Old slab much cemented : — 

Als . . . . I C I Mo . . HE Aia . . I who D Life j 30 day of 

Jan» 169 . I Aged 37 teass. 



40 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

23G. %atXtn I to the Memory of | DOEOTHY EVANS HOLLIGAN | Wife 
of I JAMES HOLLIGAN Sen' \ who departed tbis Life | the 23'<i of November 
1823, I Aged 57 Years | and | of Her Husband | JAMES HOLLIGAN ESQ« | 
who departed this life on the 1 27'^' Day of October 1834 in the | 69*'' teae op 
HIS AGE. I Also I to the Memory of their Grandson | Eichard Sanderson | 
the second Son of | JAMES AND CAEOLINE HOLLIGAN | who departed 
this life on the | 28*^ Day of Sepf 1844 | Aged 17 Years. \ And JAMES 
HOLLIGAN I Died 13^" March 1860 | Aged 62 Years. | Also | HENEY 
HOLLIGAN I Died 12''' November 1867 | Aged 37 Years. | [In Memory of 
B. HOLLIGAN | Sou of Jam* HOLLIGAN | Who Departed This Life Jan. 27, 
1871 I Aged 37 Years.] | (Cut in the side.) 



237. Family Burial Place | of | Lionel Parks. 



238. %%€^<^^ I to I rtjC Ittemori) of | JOHN B. PEICE | Quarter 
Master | of the 35"» Eeg* [ who departed this life | the 27^'' of January 1827 | 
Aged 42 Years. ^ 



239. IN MEMOEY | of Peleg y^ Son of | Job Almy of Tivertown in y^ | 
County of Briftol & Province | of y« Maflachufets Bay in | New-England Efq' 
and of I Bridget his Wife who died [ Eebry y« 18*'' 1734 & in y^ 25 | year of his 
Age. 

1734-5, Feb. 19. Cap* Peley Almy. 

Peleg born 25 Oct. 1709, son of Job Almy and his wife Bridget, dau. of Gov. 
Peleg and Mary (Coddington) Sanford of Newport, E.I. His grandfather 
Major Almy of Tivertown. See Essex Inst. Hist. Coll., vol. 49, pp. 172 — 6. 
(G. A. Moriarty in " New England Hist, and Gen. Eeg.") 



240. Shield with mantling in sunk oval. Blue marble. Crest. — Out of a 
coronet a demi-eagle, wings displayed, over TV. and H. Arms. — A chevron between 
three eagles 



Here lyeth y^ Body of ELIZABETH | the Wife of SAMUEL WADESON 
Efq^ I who died y-^ 18*1' of June 1723 ^tatis 35 | Here lyes alfo the Bodies of | 
three Children of y^ faid SAMUEL | And ELIZABETH | Here lyes alfo the 
Body of the laid | SAMUEL WADESON who died the 31«* | Day of January 
1739 ^tatis 44. 

These are the arms of Wadesdon. (Burke's " Armory.") 

1723, June 19. M'* Elizabeth Wadeson wife of M'' Samuel Wadeson. 

1739, Eeb. 1. M'' Samuel Wadeson. (Burial Eegister.) 



241. S^O ti^e ntemOtJ) of | M^^ LOUISA ANN nurse \ Eelict of I 
JAMES NUESE Esq. | who departed this life October 7 A.D. 1821 | aged 58 
years. 



242. Stone much cracked : — 

^To ti^e if^emorg ] of \ THOMAS COB* | e of Bermuda 1 who died 

August 9*1' ; ... I in the 48'^^ year of his age. 

* There are signs of another letter, perhaps a " B." 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 41 

243. %atVtti I to I the memory of 1 CONEADE MITCHLOR FRANK- 

LIN I of the CommilTariat | who departed this life the 20*^' day of July j ^,13. 
1821 j aged 43 years. | (9 lines.) 

244. Sacretf I to | the memory of | FEANCIS DATRELL | Who departed 
this life the 20'ii day of december | UM, 1820 | aged 40 years. 



245. On a fragment with mortar on it : — 

Alex"" & Elspe .... 6*^' Regiment | who Departed this life ] 1790 Aged 4 Years. 



246. Here rest the Ashes of | JOHN SMITH, | of Liverpool, \ in the 
County of Lancashire, \ who died November 4*^' 1822, | Aged 48 Years. | (11 
lines.) 



247. Here Lies Inter'd the Body of the Childri of | BENJAMIN & SUSAN- 
NAH PEMBEETON | BENJ who Departed this Life the 23 of | November 
1739 Aged Eight Days. | BENJ" who Departed this Life the 21^' of [ ^f ^^gst 
1743 Aged Two Years Two | Months and Eleven Days. | FEANCES who 
Departed this Life the 7*'' of | Aug. 1743 Aged one Year one Month & Six 
Davs I CATHEEINE who Departed this life | the 6 of Octo: 1752 Aged Two 
Yekrs I Three Months & Seven Days. \ FEANCIS who Departed this Life Y^ 3'" | 
of Oct. 1753 Aged one Year and Eiuht Months. | ANN who Departed this Life 
the 2*1 I of March 1754 Aged Three Months | PETEE who Departed this Life the 
28'^' I of July 1755 Aged Ten Years and Ten Months. 



248. A small square stone : — 
E. STEAGHAN 1884. 

249. A small square stone : — 
P. STEAUGHN 1904. 



250. White marble, cracked and cemented : — 

Sacred to the Memory of I ELIZABETH ASHBY, | The Infant Daughter 
of 1 JOHN & ELIZABETH ADAMSON ALLEN | of this Town; \ Who 
died September 24t'' (? 1822) | Aged 9"'^ 20''^ | Also | WILLIAM AE . . . 
ALLEN I ... Son I . . April 5''^ 1865 | Aged 42 Years. 



251. A small square stone 
E. MCCOLLIN j 1889. 



252. A crack runs through the surnames and year : — 

Saceed 1 to the Memorv of ] . AMES WILLIAM HENEY B . . . ESFOED j 
Son of the late | D'' JOHN BEEESFO . D | of Berbice | . ho departed this 
life on the 24^1' .... j In the 36^^ Year of His Ag . . | universally beloved and 
naost .... 



42 MONIJMElsTAL INSCKIPTIONS IK BAKBADOS. 

253. White marble :— 

SACEED I to the Memory of | MAEY K. EMERTON | who departed this 
life I January 18'^ 1820 \ Aged 56 years. 



254. Beneath this Stone | Lie the Eemains | of \ MABIA SOPHIA \ Wife 
of John Leandee Staet* ( . . . Daughter of John Eatchfoe .* | . . arrousborough 
Nova ScoTi . I . . ho died of a Consumption | on the 17*'' day of Dec^ 1829 | 
Affed 25 Tears. \ (2 h'nes ; erected by husband.) 



255. To north of chancel : — 

Here rests the Body | of | THOMAS PEEKINS. | who departed this life on 
the I 23'-^ day of April 1823 | Aged 48 Tears. 



255 a. JOSEPH YOUNO Efq. \ Died 12^'' February 1744 [ Aged 60. 
1744, Feb. 12. The Hoii^'^ Coll*> Joseph Young Esq. (Burial Eegister.) 



256. White marble in corner of wall of north transept and chancel. Hour- 
glass, wings, skull and cross-bones in sunk circle. All in very perfect state : — 

Here lies Interred the Body of | M--' lANE EICHAEDS Wife of M' 
LATIMER EICHAEDS | who Departed this life on Fryday the 2^ of | October 
1747 Aged 56 Years. | Here lies Interred also the Body of | M'« JUDITH WOOD 
wife of M"- SAMSON WOOD | Merch* and Daughter of the above named | 
M-- LATIMEE EICHAEDS and lANE his wife | who Departed this life on 
Saturday the | 8"' day of December 1750 Aged 24 Years, | 9 Months & 2 days. 

1750, Dec. 9. Judith Wife of Samson Wood. (Burial Eegister.) 

This completes the ledgers around the building. 

The burial entry of Mrs. J. Eichards I could not find. 

Sarah, daughter of Cumberbatch Sober, married Samson Wood, Jr. 



South-east Quartee of Churchtaed. 

, Commencing now in the churchyard proper, near the south porch and to the 
east of the path leading to it we have two fine armorial ledgers of blue marble. 

257. On a shield with mantling in a sunk circle : — 

Ceest. — A hoar statant over W. and H. Aems. — A pJieon ; impaling, a lion 
rampant (? salient). 

Here lys the Body of ANN SIDNEY | wife to Cst^ W^ SIDNEY who 
dyed | the 17^= of Sept iggg. Aged 50 years. | Alfo y^ body of Cap^ W^ SIDNEY | 
aforef'' who dyed Oct"^ y« 10™ 1701. ] Aged 65 years. | (Then lower and in smaller 
lettering) | Died March lO^i' 1813 M-« Elizabeth Willoughby | Aged 52 Years. 

1701, Oct. 28. Capt. W" Sydney. (Burial /Eegister.) 
I could not find his wife's burial. 

* Mortar, 



ST. Michael's CATHEDHAli. ^S 

258. Touching it to the east. A Jacobean shield in sunk circle : — 

Crest, — A demi stag couped erect or, ? a hind, over W., no helmet. Arms.: — 
Ermine, a fess cheeky in base ? a lion passant [Warren] ; impaling, three 
chevronels. 

Here Lyes Interrd Susannah daughter of | Charles Tho . . . .* q»' late wife 
of I Thomas "Warren M . . ch* who departed | this life aug^t^ y" 19"' 1730 aged 
38 years. 

1730, Aug. 20. Susannah wife of Thomas Warren Esq'"^ (Burial Eegister.) 
1735, Oct. 25. Eobert Warren, Esq ; Clerk of the Assembly and Eegister of 
the Admiralty in B. (" a.M.," 681.) 

1755, Nov. 24. Eobert Warren Esq''. (Burial Eegister.) 
The next vault to south has a flaked slab. 



259. Blue marble :— 

Here lyeth Interr'd the Body of [ M^ THOMAS BEOWNE late of this I 
Ifland Merch'Son of THOMAS & | ELIZABETH BEOWNE who departed | 
this Life on the 15"' day of February | in the Year of our lord god 1725 | in the 
31^' Year of his Age. | He lived moft dearlv beloved & | dyed perticularly 
lamented by | SHELDON CHAMBERS of Loxdon | Merch* to whom he 
approved I himfelf during y^ whole time of his | Trade y*^ moft defervedly 
endeared | friend & as induftrious gratefull & | faithfull a Correfpondent as 
ever | y^ Ifland bore. 

1725-6, Feb. 16. M'' Thomas Browne Merch^ (Burial Eegister.) 



260. Blue marble :— 

Here Lyeth the Body of | M^s MAEOAEET SALMON ] wife of Coll- 
lOSEPH SALMON | Erq"- who Departed this | Life y" 27^'' of January 17^^ | 
in the Sixty Sixth year | of her Age. | Also the Body of Coll" | Iosjjph Salmon 
Elq who I Departed this Life y" 18'^ day | of March 17^1 {sic) in the Sixty { 
Sixth year of his Age. 

1711-12, Jan. 28. Mad* Margaret Salmon. 

1715-16, March 19. The Honobi^ Coll" Joseph Salmon Esq'' of y" Life 
Gruards. (Burial Eegister.) 



261. Blue marble, touching No. 260 on its south side : — 

Here lyeth the Body of WILLIAM MOOEE | Merch' Aged 69 or thereabouts, 
& near \ this place lyeth the Bodys of MARY | MOORE and EOBEET MOOEE, 
Children I to the faid WILLIAM MOOEE. 



262. This stone is next to the road and entrance gateway: — 

Here lie the Bodies of | ABEL OOLLIEB, who died | Aug«t 4"' 1775, Aged 
34 Years. | SAMUEL COLLIER \ Sep"" 12"' 1786 Aged 50. | JAMES K. 
COLLIER I April 7"' 1793 Aged 50. {sic) \ & JANE COLLIER JanJ' 26^'' 
1800 i Aged 67 all of this Parifh \ Sons & Daughters of WILLIAM \ & JANE 
COLLIER of I S' Andrews Parifh deceafed | AUb the Body of WILLIAM \ 
Son oiAioveMdSAM^ COLLIER | ^iJZ^''^ his Wife died in 1777 | M^s JANE 

MILLER 1 1796 Aged 20 Years | .... of JOSEPH .... 1 & Great 

Grand | ] ] of afore . . | CO . . 

* Flaked. 



44 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

263. Head-stone, touching Collier's: — 

Here lies the Body of | Cap* Tho. Tudee Obijt | June the 11"' 1726. 

1726, June 12. Cap* Thomas Tudor. (Burial Register.) 



264. Heee lies the body of SAMUEL, | son of samtjel and ann Boxill, | 

BORN MAECH 14™ 1776 DIED AUG^'^ 26"^, 1782. | ALSO JOHN, SON OF THE 
ABOYE, I BOEN FEB«^ 22''» 1780, DIED MARCH 15^= 1782. | ALSO SAMTJEL, SON 
OF THE ABOVE | BOEN DEC« 17 1783 DIED DEC« 20'^= 1783 | ALSO ANN DAUGHTEE 
OF THE ABOVE | BOEN DEC= 10™ 1789 DIED OCT'' 23«» 1793. | ALSO SAMUEL 
SON OF THE ABOVE | BOEN MAT 15™ 1791 DIED OCT* 19™ 1793 | ALSO THE BODY OF 

SAMUEL Boxill, | fathee of the above five childeen, | died sept^ 13™ 
1816. Aged 64 Teaes. 



265. Blue marble, with four armorial shields on it. 

1. Above is a shield with these arms. — A shake forh ; impaling, three piles 
wavy issuing from the chief {? Pike]. 
It is followed by this inscription : — 

Here Lie the Bodies of | John Cunningham wiio Died y*^ 10"' July 1679, 
Aged 41 years | Zebulon his Son who died y"' 13"' of April 1679. 

The 2nd shield is cut here. Aems. — A loolf's head erased [Batn of Scotland] ; 
impaling, three piles as above. 

chaeles t^ Son of lachlan batne & ann his Wife (Eelict to y'^ above"* 
(sic) I JOHN CUNNINGHAM) born Febry 28 & died July 5"" 1683. | ann batne 
(Daughter to john pike) & widow to y'= f^ lachlan batne | (who died at Deal 
March 5'^ 169| in England) who died May 23, 1703 | milborow Wife to Alex* son 
to lachlan batne & ANN his Wife, | who died July [blank] 1701. 

Here are the 3rd and 4th shields, alongside each other. No. 3 has arms. — 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, a mullet in centre between three cinquefoils ; 2 and 3, a heart 
between three cinquefoils. The 4th shield has the single coat of Bayn. 

ANN Wife to CLAUDIUS HAMILTON & Only Daughter to lachlan batne | & 
ANN his Wife born DeC" 5"' 1685. & died Octo'' 22<i. 1705. j (4 English and 4 Latin 
lines follow.) 

1679, July 11. M"^ John Cuningham. 

1679, Apr. 14. Zebulon the son of M'' Jn° & Anne Cunningham. 

1683, .luly 4. Charles the son of M"" Laghlin & Anne Banes. 

1703, May 23. M''^ Ann Bains widow. 

1704, July 10. Alex^ Cunningham Sen'' Esq''. 

1705, Oct. 20 (sic). M" Ann Hambleton. (Burial Eegister.) 



266. A ledger over vault surrounded by iron railing : — 

In Memory of | MABY HOEDLE | who died SO^^ Sept' 1805, | Aged 
a Years 1 Alfo of | JOHN DAP WELL HOEDLE | who died 20th g^ptr 
1813 (?) I Aged 13 Years | Alfo of | ANN HOEDLE | who died W^ July 
1818, I Aged 13 Years | The Children of | THOMAS and MAEY HOEDLE | 
Alio of 1 THOMAS HOEDLE | who died November 26"' 1830 | Aged 80 | 
And 1 HONOE HOEDLE | Widow of the above who died | January 3*1 1860 | 
Aged 61. I (4 lines.) 



45 



standing on above is a grey granite headstone ; 



SACEED I TO THE MEMORY OP | A-NNIE, | WIFE OF EOBEET ELDEE, | died 
22*f» DECEMBEE 1871, ] AGED 43. 



267. White marble upright stone set in large mausoleum : — 

THE VAULT | of | JAMES A. and BEZIN K. CUETIS | ERECTED 
October 1853. 



268. . . . e lyeth Interrd | Ma . . | who dep . . . . life | (all the rest flaked 
away). 



269. Here lyeth Interr'd the Body of | ANN EEID who departed this Life | 
July f 24*11 1743 Aged 48 Tears | Alfo the Body of WILLIAM THOMAS | 
Son of the above ANN Eelict of John Thomas | who departed this Life March 
12*11 1749 I in his palsage from London to this liland | ab'^ the Ship Elizabeth 
Cap* Eobert Manley | Aged 35 Years 1 Month & 26 Days | Here lies Interred 
the Body | of Mary Thomas Wife of Jo'' Thomas | Merchant, who departed this 
life I the 1** day of August | 1757 Aged 45 Years. 



270. Loose oblong stone : — 

Sacrc0 to ti^t memo 1*5 | of \ the eev^* e. j. eock | Who departed this life | 
28'ii Jany 1853 | Aged 42 Years j h£se also lie the remains \ of his pauents \ 

SAM^' & ELIZABETH EOCK. 



271. Two vaults side by side : — 

Here lieth Interred the Body of ] M'' WILLIAM WAYLES Merch* | born 
at Dalton in Lancal'hire | who Departed this life the 28*'' | of May 1748 Aged 
38 Years. 

1748, May 28. Cap*: William Wayles. (Burial Register.) 



The adjoining slab has only the remainder of the first and second lines left. 
272. White marble tomb enclosed by iron railing : — 

Ilf MEMOEY OF | JOSEPH BAEKER BAEEOW | MERCHANT OF THIS ISLAND, | BORN 

9^= JULY 1804, I DIED 23«i' APEiL 1875. I (Metal letters.) 
See tablet to his wife. No. 54. 



273. Tomb enclosed by iron railing. Inscription on tiles : — 

In Plemorp | of | 4!ri)omaft ClarUe IHarsIjaU | iuljo mtn i^tU loti) 
1879 I ^geO 55 gears. 

274. Loose stone : — 

SACEED I to the memory [ of \ FRANCIS READY | born 20*'' June | died | 
26*1' October 1857. | Aged 4 Months. 



4^ 



MONtJMENTAL INSCRII^TIONS IN BARBADOS. 



275. Large altar-tomb. On the top slab is a Jacobean shield with mantling in 
sunk circle : — 

Ceest. — A Tower over W. and H. Aems. — On a chevron between three 
Toioers a pair of compasses, motto. — let beotheelt love continue. 

To the Memory of | ALEXANDER IRVINE Gent ] The Founder of Free 
Mafonry | in Barbados | who lived Beloved and died | Lamented by all who knew 
him I the Brethren of Saint Michaels Lodge | of which he was the Firft Mafter | 
have placed upon his Remains this Stone | to be a Monument of his Merit | and 
their Grratitude | He departed this life the 13'^ | day of November 1743 | in the 
49*^ Tear of his Age. 

I could not find the burial entry. 



276. Blue marble slab over stone vault, under a big tree : — 

Here lieth the Body of | DAVID M.CLENAHAN Merchant | in Princefs 
ANN Countv in Virginia | Aged about 38 Tears who departed | this Life 30*^ 
day of October 1735 | the Son of NATHANIEL M.CLENAHAN | Merchant 
in Virginia | this Stone is [? was] order'd here by his | Loving Mother I 
ELIZABETH M.CLENAHAN. 

1735, Oct. 31. M"- David M^Clennahan of Virginia. (Burial Register.) 



277. A small headstone, decorated border : — 

Heee I Lies th . (flaked) | Body of | lOHN HARRIS | the SON 



of I 
I OF 



HENRT HARRIS | ESQ'' & Tabitha his Wife | OF the Collont 
Rhodisland (sic) in | New ENGtLAND ! Who Departed | this Life May y 
23fd 1 A.D. 1753 Aged | 22 Tears & 4 Days. 

I could not find the burial entry. 



278. Headstone at large curbed grave : — 

H. waleond I died 14 OCT. 1876 | aged 39 ] by his aunt | b. teotman. 



279. barren | to | tije |ttemorj> of | RICHARD wildet Esq" | who left 

this world I etc. ; (2 lines) Aug* 23^ 1781 | Aged 42 Tears | ^ttO | Of | ELIZA- 
BETH his Widow I who departed this life [ May 12^" 1815 | (2 lines) | Aged near 
73 Tears | (4 lines.) | Their sole offspring & daughter | MART SARAH LAKE 
ANTON I who passed from Death into Life | (2 lines.) | May 2°i 1849 \ Aged 
75 Tears. 



280. White marble slab over tomb, south of walk around chancel : — 

Here lies the Body 1 Of | JOHN BRANDFORD Efquire, | Who departed 
this Life | The Thirteenth Day of May | In the Tear of our . ord (flaked) j One 
Thoufand ieven Hundred and | Sixty -five | Aged Sixty-three Tears | Depofited 
In thif Vault Three Children | of HENRT CRICHLOWS by hif | Wife 
REBECCA; The Laft Whofe i Name Waf JOHN, Died In 1769 Aged | 
4 Months I ALSO | Deposited in this Vault the Remains of | WILLIAM 
BRANDFORD Esq. | Surgeon Son of the above mentioned | lOHN BRAND- 
FQRD : who I departed this life the 13'!' day of April 1782 | Aged 48 Tears. 



ST. MICHAEL*S CATHEDRAL. 47 

281. JOHN WRONa 1 departed this life | November the 14*1' 1345 | Aged 
55 Tears. 



282. Granite upright enclosed by iron railing to " K. GILL " by his wife ; 
no dates. 



283. White marble slab, close to the east boundary wall of the churchyard : — 

Here lies the Body of | EEANCIS SKEETE ESQR | Eldeft Son of | 
EDWARD & ELIZABETH SKEETE | who departed this Life | the 4*»' of 
May 1777 | in the 29"» Year of his Age. 

See " Caribbeaua," i., 26, for M.I. to his sister Eliz. in Bath Abbey and other 
notes. He was at Eton 1760—68, and mar. 18 April 1776 Eliz. Hothersall. 



284. East of chancel close to east boundary wall of churchyard : — 

SACRED I to the memory of SARAH, wife of GILLIGAN MURRAY | who 
died July 30'^ 1817 Aged 30 Years | Their two infant Sons | lOHN HOLDER | 
and I HENRY HOLDER | (Erected by the husband and father.) 



285. Here are three blue marble or slate headstones all in the same style, with 
decorated floral borders, and altar with figures at top : — 

HEEE LYES INTEEr'd | THE BODY OF, | CAP'' GEOEGE LEE, | OF BOSTON NEW 
ENGLAND | AGED 31 YEAES, WHO I DIED SePT» Y« 17''' 1737. 

1737, Sep. 18. Cap' Thomas (sic) Lee of Boston. (Burial Register.) 



286. A cherub's head and wings at top : — 

HEEE LYES INTEE'd (sic) \ THE BODY OF M* WILLIAM PICKMAN | MEECH'' 
FROM SALEM | IN NS;W ENGLAND WHO | DEPAETED THIS LIFE y^ | lO'*' DAY OP 

APEiL 1735 I AGED 24 Yeaes & 6 Months (sic). 

1735, Apr. 10. M"^ William Pickman of Salem. (Burial Register.) 

Wm. Pickman, son of Benj. and Abigail (Lindall) Pickman, was born at 

Salem 1 Oct. 1710. Through his mother descended from Nath. Veren of 

St. Andrew's, Barbados. (G. A. Moriarty.) 



287. The third one is broken ; it has a skull and wings at the top : — 

.... LYES INTEe'd I .... E BODY OF | . . . . WATT | EES OF | . . 
ENGLAND | . . . . ETED THIS LIFE j . . . . 1741 | .... 5 YEAES. | (5 linCS.) 

1741, Aug. 20. Cap' John Walters (sic). (Burial Register.) 



288. On a stone broken into three pieces: — 

SACEED \ .... the Memory | . . . . M WALROND | who died | Nov' 30'^ 
1832 I Aged 36 Years | and of his | son [ . . . ASCOM. 

On a fourth fragment : — 

" who died | »* August 1841 | Aged 2 Months." 



48 MONUMENTAL INSCEIITIONS IN BARBADOS. 

289. Altar-tomb:— 

SacreO to tije ^emor^ | of | pateick nelson lamblt | who 

departed this life | the 19*'' July 1834 | Aged 36 Years. 



290. Headstone:— 

SACRED I The | Eainily Burial Place | of\ Joseph leacock esq» ] Deputy 
Ordnance | Storekeeper | 1847. 

1817, Aug. 28. On board the Hopewell, on his return to England, in his 35th 
year, Joseph Leacock esq. leaving a wife & six infant children. (" G.M.," 561.) 



291. Headstone enclosed by iron railing : — 

1^ I MEMOET I OF | ANNE K. JONES, | died 1873 ! (1 line.) 

On shield : 26 | tears. 

Below is : ALSO | F. BRANDON JONES, | died 8"^= sep. 1886 [ aged 37 
years. 



292, Vault, with white marble top : — 

WILLIAM WALROND | died IS'^" noyember 1832. | CAROLINE 
ERANCIS {sic) WALROND | (his wife) | died February 1857 1 CAROLINE 
ERANCISBASCOM 1 died 19^^ july 1851. | JOSEPH WILLIAM BASCOM | 
DIED 1«^ AUGUST 1841. | SARAH ELIZABETH MCCONNEY | died 17^= 

DECEMBER 1910. | THIS STONE WAS PLACED BEBE \ BY AGNES C. H. BASCOM. 

The Bascoms own Baggatelle plantation in St. Thomas's, where there is an 
ancient " Great-house." 

Wm. Walrond the younger (born 1796) and Frances Caroline Walcott (born 
1799) were mar. 17 Sept. 1818 at St. Mich. Caroline Frances, their eldest dau., 
was born 27 Aug. and bapt. 17 Sept. 1819, mar. 31 March 1840 Joseph Strangham, 
4th son of Dr. James Sarsfield Bascom. Wm. Walrond died of a very rapid 
decline 13 Nov. 1832, and was buried at the Cathedral. (Bascom papers.) 

The adjoining tomb has no inscription. This completes the south-east 
quarter. 



South-west Quarter. 

In the square nearer the church are three M.I. and a fourth grave without any 
inscription. 

293. Peter Law .... June 1816 Aged .... (rest flaked away). 



294. Headstone enclosed by iron railing : — 

S^€ria©li I TO THE MEMORY OF | MEHITABEL RICHARDSON, | the 

BELOVED mother OF | JOHN MASON RICHARDSON, | DIED SEPTEMBER 18'^" 1870, | 

AGED 82 YEARS | ALSO OF | JOHN MASON RICHARDSON, | who died 27 
MAT 1885 I IN HIS 70''^= year. 



ST. MICHAEL*S CATHEDRAL. 49 

295. Yery much cracked : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY | of \ MARGAEET CHASE NICHOLLS I 
{mnier of THOMAS QIIAINGER NICROLLS) \ Who Departed this life 
7"' Mav 1823 | Aged 43 Years j Also | AVILHELMINA ELEANOR | (beloved 
Wife of the above | THOMAS CHASE NICHOLLS) | who died 4"' Novejnber 
18 . 4 (crack) [ Aged 41 Years | Also | ELIZABETH COLLYNS NICHOLLS | 
(Mother of the above | THOMAS GBAINGEB NICHOLLS) \ who died 25*'' 
January 1833 | Aged 83 Years | Also j THOMAS GRAINGER NICHOLLS 1 
who died August 16^'' 1856 | Aged G9 Years. 

1791. At the i. of B. the hon. Benj. Nicolls, chief judge of the Court of 
Common Pleas for the precinct of S' Michael. (" G.M.," 586.) 



296. Headstone to JOSEPH A. ARCHER. No dates. 



297. On two broken pieces : — 

Her .... he Remains | of \ Sarah Ann Daughter of John and Susanna Cozier \ 
and their Son John the former of whom departed this | life dec. 18'** 1807 Aged 
7 Months & 27 days and the latter | June 23'"'' 1812 Aged 16 Months & 28 
days. I iVlso the above named Susanna who died | Feb""? 7'^^ 1825 Aged 45 Years. | 
(Several lines of poetry.) 

298. In the space further south are many vaults. Within railing : — 

SA .... I to the memory . . . . | FRANCES MAYNARD | Relict of the 
Late RALPH WEEKES | of the Island of Barbados I Died Sept' 19*^^ 1833 | aged 
72 Yeaes I also | FRANCES MAYNARD PAYNE | Born May 11*^ 1809 | 
Died Jan. 1^"^ 1876 | aged 76 yeaes. | (1 line.) 

Ralph Weekes, s. of Nathl. W. of 1. of B., esq., Trin. Coll., matric. 26 Nov. 
1759, a. 18. 

" Paynes " belonged to his nephew Dr. Nathaniel Week in 1808 (516, Love- 
day). 



299. A large railed enclosure to the south has no stone. 



300. Marble slab over vault in perfect preservation : — 

Here Lveth Interred y^ Bodys | of 3 children of EDWARD | LASCELLES 
Merchant by | MARY his wife that is to say | FRANCIS MARY and DORO- 
THY, i ye said FRANCIS dyed y^ 1^' of | February 1698 aged 3 years | 7 Months 
10 days. MARY dyed | the 29"' of lanuary 1700 aged | 21 Months 13 days. 
DOROTHY I dyed y« 6"' of May 1701 aged 4 | Months 3 weeks in memory | of 
whom their Louing Father | Erected this Tomb. 

1698, Feb. 2. A son of M>- Lascells. 

1700-1, .Jan. 30. Mary Lascells, a child. (Burial Register.) 

The other burials I could not find. 

He was later of Stoke Newington. Will dated 20 June 1726 {QQ, Farrant), 
leaving Mary his widow, 2 sons Edward and Thos., and 2 dans. Mary and Sarah. 
He was ancestor of Lord Harewood. 



i 



50 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

301. Cracked ledger : — 

SACEED to the MEMOEY | of \ JOHN LUCIE SMITH ESQ' LL.I). | 
late an eminent Barrister and Member \ of the Court of Policy of \ Britnh 
Guiana \ Died W^ April 1844 | AGED 48 YEARS \ (11 lines; erected by 
widow, 9 surviving children) | beneath best also the moetal remains | 
of\ WILLIAM SMITH ESQ"" | Brother of the above likewise of British 
Guiana \ He Died 6*^* March 1833. 

John Lucie Smith, e Demerary, Indus Occid. 19 Eeb. 1818. (Peacock's 
"Leyden Graduates.") 

1839, Feb. 20. At Blackheath, Anna, wife of John Lucie Smith, 1. of 
Demerara. (" G.M.," 442.) 

1847, Ap. 18. At the Mead, Croydon, the residence of her brother-in-law, 
Major Straith, Isabella M<=Laurin, fifth dan. of the 1. John Lucie Smith, M.D. 
{sic) of Eoselle, Blackheath & f. of Demerara. {Ibid., 677.) 

1849, March 22. At Hinton House, Hants, aged 15, Ellen-Eliza, 2d dau. of 
the 1. John Lucie Smith, LL.D. of Blackheath & British Gruiana. {Ibid., 554.) 

Sir Alfred Lucie Smith is the present Chief Justice of Trinidad. 

Sir "Wm. Fred. Haynes Smith, late Gov. of the Leeward Islands, born 1838, 
was 4th son of John Lucie Smith. 



302. A handsome altar-tomb. On top slab : — 

Here Lyes Interred the Body of | M' Oeoege Oates aged xliii years | who 
Departed this Life the xxi | day of lune Anno | mdcxc | also the Body of 
M''* Hai^nah I the Wife of the Abovenamed M"" | Gteorge Oates who Departed 
this life I the 27*'' day of December 1691 aged | 40 years. 

At bottom : — 

Here Lyes Interred the Body of | MaRT {sic) Oates Daughter of George [ 
and Hannah Oates aged 11 years | who Departed this life the v of I October 
MDCLXXXIX. 

1689, Oct. 6. Mary Oats & children. 

1690, June 22. M'' George Oates. 

1691, Dec. 27. M'-« Hannah Oats. (Burial Eegister.) 



303. Close to south road wall : — 

Sacred | to the memory of | EDWAED BEACE TEEEILL | who 
departed this life [ 28*** September 1849 | Aged 62 Tears. 



304. On white marble panel on north face of tomb : — 

Here lies the Eemains of His | Excellency WILLIAM >SPi2FEfq'' | Captain 
General Governor Chancellor | ordinary and Yice-Admiral of the | Ifland of 
Barbados y He dyed | the ^^ day of Sepf: 1772 [ Aged 43 Years. 

1700, May 6. Cap* Lewis Spry. 

1772, Sept. 4. His Excellency William Spry. (Burial Eegister.) 

He arrived as Gov. 11 Feb. 1768. His wife dau. of Tho. Pitt of Bocconic and 
niece of the Earl of Chatham, died 3 Oct. 1769. See his bookplate No. 236. 

1847, Feb. 4. At Denton Hall, co. Line. a. 74, Lady Welby, wife of Sir W. 
Earle W. Bart. She was Wilhelmina, dau. & sole h. of Wm. Spry, Gov. of B. j 
was m. in 1792, & had a numerous family. (" G.M.," 331.) 



S*iP. MlCHAEL^S CATttBUfeAli. 5l 

The following four slabs are side by side nortb of Grov. Spry's :— 

305. In Memory of Sarah the Wife | of Capf^ John Bell, of the Brig | 
Marquis "Wellington, of Liverpool, | who departed this Life the 20*'>. | Day of 
Feb'^y. Anno Domini 1817, | Aged 38 Years. | (4 lines ; erected by husband.) 



306. Here lie interred | the remains of 10 HN GIBSON, | Late of Lancaster 
who departed this Life | the . 3*'^ {crack) September 1781, Aged 35 Tears | And 
ELIZABETH his Daughter who died ] the 5"' January 1782 Aged 4 Years. I 
Also ANN G-IBSON, Wife of the above | JOHN GIBSON. | departed this 
Life Auguft 2Q'\ 1796, | Aged 46. 



307. Here Lyeth Interred the Body ] of CAPT^ EGBERT BECKLES 
Merch': | who departed this life the 19'^': day | of Ivly 1682 Aged 32 yeares. | 
As also SVSANNAH the wife of the | Abovefaid KOBERT BECKLES Who | 
departed this life the 8"': day of | September 1683 Aged 27 yeare {sic). \ As also 
two of their Children. | Here also Lyeth Inter'd the Body | of Mad*': ANN 
POVEY wife of William | Povey Esq and Mother to y'' Above | laid Svsaknah 
Beckles who Dyed | the 22*11 ^i^y of Eebevart 1700 Aged | .... 7 yeares. 

1677-8, Jau. 10. M' Thomas Beckles in Ch. 

1682, July 19. M"^ Rob* Beckles. 

1683, Sep. 8. M" Susanna Beckles Wid°. 

1700-1, Eeb. 23. M'« Anu PoVey. (Burial Eegister.) 

In Add. MS. 11,411 are several letters from the three brothers Eichard Povey, 
Sec. of Jamaica, Tho. Povey of Gray's Inn, and Wm. Povey, Provost Marshal 
of Barbados 1655-60. Mrs. Wm. Povey was also at Barbados in 1659. 

Tho. Povey, gent., 2 s. of Justinian, one of the Auditors of the King's 
Exchequer, entered Gray's Inn 1 Nov. 1633. 

See No. 103. 



308. Above are the sun, moon, compasses, etc. :— 

In memory of | M^' JOHN LE MESSURIEB SMITH | late of this Parish | 
Cooper to His Majestys Ordnance | (4 lines) | who departed this life on the j 
3''' of August 1802 I Aged 36 Years | (4 lines ; placed by widow.) 



309. SACEED | to the Memory of | AAEON SOBEE EOBINSON | who 
departed this life | October the 29"' 1845 | Aged 64 Years [ (4 lines; by widow.) 



310. Granite headstone enclosed by an iron i-ailing : — 

Sacked | to the memory of | HONOR | wife of EENEST OLTON 
DIED 23«» may 1875 I AGED 27 f (1 line.) 



811. Headstone within iron railing adjoining No. 310 : — 

in loving memory 1 of I ELIZABETH ALLEYNE | wife of | E. HAET 

BONYUN, I DIED 7^« FEBRUARY 1894 | AGED 5L | ALSO OF | SUSAX DEBORAH | 
relict or I JOHN W. BONYUN | DIED 8^" SEPTEMBER 1888 | AGED 87 | (1 liue.) 



fe2 kONtJMENlXL INSCRIPTIONS IN BAKBAt)OS. 

312. Fragment of ancient slab, inscription in border framewise: — 
.... yeth Ann Y« | wife off Gab" Newman. 

On another fragment is : — 

° 1680. 

1680, May 13. Anne the wife of M"" Gabriel Newman. (Burial Eegister.) 



813. Next south boundary wall : — 

SACEED I to the memory of | ABRAHAM JACOB VAN IMBYZE I 

VAN BATENBTJRG, | late | gotert^oe general of berbice I &c. &c. &c. | 
who died j in the Island barbadoes, | 9"' Ocf 1806 | Jiltatis Suae | 55 5 | (4 lines.) 
His affectionate Children | have caused this Tablet j to be placed over His | 
Remains. 



314. In large square enclosure : — 

Died October ly**" 1829 | ELIZABETH FRANCES 1 Daughter of 
GEOBQE & SAB AH BENSKIN \ Aged 17 Months. 



315. Large cemented enclosure railed in. On iron plate : — 

THE BURIAL PLACE | OF ] THOMAS HERBERT'S FAMILY. 

On a ledger to the south : — 

Kn Ittemor^ | of 1 MARY HERBERT 1 died | 4th December 1787 | aged 
84. I JANE MARTINDALE HERBERT | aged 63* died 1 1 . th November 
1831 I wife of I JOHN HERBERT | who died | 11th October 1842 | aged 76 1 
THOMAS HERBERT | died | 14th May 1884 | aged 71 | SUSAN HERBERT | 
died I 15th August 1901 [ aged 89 | (2 lines.) 

There are also two headstones : — 

1st headstone: lit l^emOVJ) ! of j.JANE HERBERT 1 died [ 14th .January 
1887 I aged 48 | (4 lines.) 

2nd headstone: Jn Jiflemori) | of | THOMAS HERBERT | died | 15th 
September 1886 | aged 49 | (3 line's.) 



316. Here lie the Remains of | M^s ANN SANSUM, | Daughter of 
L'' CoL^ loHN Morris, | late of the Provincials in | North- Am erica, | (where he 
bravely supported the Royal Cause, j and was an active and faithful Officer | 
during the whole of the Revolution j in that Covntry) [ and SARAH his Wife j 
descended of the | Noble House of MoifTROSE, | and wife of Samuel Sansum j 
of the Kingdom of England, \ but late of the City of New- York, | Merchant, j 
She departed this Life, | (in pure Christian Faith and Hope) | in the night | of 
the 14'!'. of September 1803, | Aged 22 Years & 9 Months 1 (14 lines.) 

Col. Morris is not mentioned by Sabine, unless identical with the Comptroller 
^pf the Customs of South Carolina. 

* Or 68. 



^tD. Michael*s cathedral. 5^ 

We are now in line with the west porch passage way. There is a long row of 
eleven large cemented vaults or mausoleums. 

317. Next the road : — 

Erected | to the Memory of | JAMES BOVELL ESQRe | Who died on the 
12*1' April 1816 | Aged 30 Tears. 

318. THE I Family Vault of \ JAMES CUMMINS. 

1838, Aug. 25. At St. James's, John Stuart, to Ann Smith, widow of Geo. 
C. of B. C G.M.," 543.) 



319. THE I FAMILY SEPULCHRE \ OF | HENRY S. CUMMINS 
1810. 

The next one has no stone for Inscription. 



320. SACRED | To the Memory of | FRANCES R. WEBSTER \ The 
Wife of I ROWLAND WEBSTER \ who Departed this life on the | 1 day of 
September 1805 | in the 38'^ year of her Age. 

ALSO I THOMAS DONOVAN | who bied jan^ 7Th i860 \ aged 
59 TEAES I AND | MARTHA JANE | FRANCES DONOVAN | belict of the 

ABOVE I WHO DIED 25^^ JAN^ 1885 \ AGED 69 TEARS. 



321. WITHIN THIS VAULT IS LAID THE BODY OF | EMMA SOPHIA COLEBEOOKE | 
THE WIFE OF | COLONEL SIE WIL« COLEBEOOKE C.B. | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | 
ON EASTER EVE THE 10 APETL 1851 | AGED 42 TEAES. | IN MEMOET ALSO OF 
THEIE DAUGHTER | MAET HAEEIET COLEBEOOKE | WHO DIED AT SEA | ON THE 

27 OF APRIL 1837 I AGED 12 YEARS | (1 line.) 

1851, Ap. 19. At B., Emma-Sopln'a, the wife of Col. Sir Wmt Colebrooke, 
R.A. Gov. of the Windward Islands. Her body was interred in the cathedral 
burial ground. (" G.M.," 99.) 



322. Here lies interred the Body 1 of | Docf JOHN RAVEN, [' Who 
departed this Life the 10'^ Day of | Septen)ber 1772 | Aged 65 Years. 



323. SACRED | To the Memory of Cap* Valentine | Clarke who Departed 
this life the | 25'!' of December 1803 Aged 73 Years. 



324. ABEL FOYER \ died the 4*'' July 1797 | Aged 43 Years j To per- 
petuate the Memory of | a moft affectionate | and much beloved Hufband | 
SARAR FOYER \ Infcribes this Marble. 

The " History of Barbadoes," by John Poyer of Speight's Town, 4to, was 
published in 1808. 

1850, May 27. In Russell-pl. Fitzroy-sq., a. 37, John Poyer Poyer, esq. of B. 
C'G.M.,"102.) 



325. Here Lyeth the Body of M' | ARMEIAH MARSH and his two | Sons 
Edward and Ioseph | and John Adeibn his fon and | Daughter Joseph and 
Rebeckah {sic). 



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54 MONUIAENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

326. THE I FAMILY | SEPULCHRE | OF | THE HON^'^^ JOHN STEAKEK | WITHIN ] 
LIE THE REMAINS OF | HIS DAUGHTER | FRANCES ALS | DIED [ JUNE 26''^ 1857 j 
AGED 68. 

1814, March 6. In his 32d year, in the Duke of Kent packet, on his passage 
to Lisbon, Thomas James Straker, esq. of the I. of B. He was bred to the bar; 
but the care of a paternal estate & the Comptrollership of the Customs in that I. 
for which in 1807 lie exchanged the Collectorship of St. Lucia, obliged him to 
relinquish the practice of the Law .... He married the eldest dau. of Dr. Valpy 
of Eeading &c. (" &.M.," 414.) 



327. On a slab touching and resting on the base of No. 317. The inscription 
is of 8 lines : — 

Under this Memorial rest the .... | of a beloved Husband | . . . . Good | 

SAMUEL lOHN .... DAILE Esq. | . . . . | May 28^^ 17 . . | with \ 

Affectionate. 

The surname may be " Esdaile." 



328. Touching path running south from the west porch. On the top : — 

SACRED to the MEMORY of | EDWARD JAMES DUMMETT, M.D. | 
who departed this life \ January 26"' 1837 | Aged 60 Tears. 

On a square stone let into the west end : — 

RICHARD HALL | A Youth | Of Merit and Genius | Obit 26 May 1782 : | 
Aged 16 Years and 5 Months. 

329. On the top :— 
B. BYNOE. 



329a. Large earth enclosure within iron railings. On a headstone: — 

In Hobittg IWemorj) | of 1 JOHN m^william | died 7^= april 1858, 

AGED 50 YEARS | MARTHA E. MC WILLIAM | died 22^^ may 1874, aged 
50 YEARS I ALSO JOHN M^WILLIAM son of the above \ died 2*'° may 
1876, AGED 25 YEARS | (4 lines) | also | JANE ALEXANDER, | and | 
ARCHIE GIBBONS. | JAMES GIBBONS | died 4^" july 1903. | ROSA 
LUCOMB, I died I2'« march 1909. 



330. White marble loose stone within railing : — 

$n memorp of | EDWARD R. RUSSELL. i Died 26''^ Jany. 1877 \ ^geO 

34 Frs. 



331. To The Memory | of 1 ELIZABETH ANN 1 Wife of | MR RICH^ 
RUSSELL I Who Died Dec'' 22^° 1851 | Aged 27 Years 7 Months | Also | OF 
MARGARET | Second Wife | of the above ! Who Died Mc^* 1«^ 1860 | Aged 
30 Years. 

332. Upright stone within railing. On west face : — 

SACRED 1 TO THE MEMORY | of | P. R. Earnum [ Aged 78 Years | also | 
P. R. FARNUM i Aged 32 Years. On south edge : P. J. Faenum Aged 
7 MONTHS. On north edge : Louisa P. Johnson Aged 23 Years. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 55 

333. White marble slab :— : 

BENEATH THIS MAKBLE | REST THE REMAINS OF | MAET CLAEKE. I WIFE 

OF I JOHN WILLOUGHBY ESQUIEE, | wiio dfpaeted this life | on 
THE 21^' JANUARY 1847 | ALSO OF | JOHN WILLOUGHBY ESQUIKE, 1 
WHO DIED ON THE 24th OCTOBER | 1852 | (erected by a son.) 



834. In oval, two skulls and foliage: — 

Here lie intomb'd the bodies of | Elizabeth and lohn Welsli Son and ] 
Daughter of Thomas and Mary Welsh j Elizabeth was born y^: 4: of February | 
170f & dved v"^: 5'^: of February 17Uf | lohn was born y^: 25"': of February | 
170| & dyed y«: 0*'': of April 1708 | Also Mary the Wife of y^ Said | Thomas 
Welsh Who departed this | Life the W^ day of Slay 1712 | aged 32 years. 

1704-5, Feb. 7. Eliz^: Welsh a child. 

1708, Ap. 10. John Welch a child. 

1712, May 15. M" Mary Welch in Church. 



3.S5. Small loose stone :- 
J. D. D. 1852. 



336. SACEED to the memory | of\ SAEAH E. SHANAHAN | Died Aug* 
9"' 1843. 



337. Headstone:— 

lebu L. J. Coppell | died 31«t July | 1857 | Aged 4 Years. 



338. White marble headstone, enclosed by railing : — 

SacreD to tlje iWemori? | of | Thomas w. shilstone | merchant of 

THIS CITY, I WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | ON THE 16'^= FEBRUARY 1870, ( AGED 

54 TEARS I (5 lines) | mm \ THOMAS W. SHILSTONE JR | son of the 

ABOVE, I WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | JDec'' 29"^ 1876 \ ^geU 35 Hrft | & 

7 IttOtttijS I CATHEEINE ANN, | the beloved wife oi^ | THOMAS W. 
SHILSTONE, 1 WHO departed this life | On the 8'^ September 1883 

69 Fears. 



Several small headstones not noted. 

339. In circle, the sun in centre, compasses above it : — 

in sacred memory I OF PEPARTED M'ORTH | THIS TABLET IS ERECTED | BT 
THE PAST MASTERS | WARDENS AND MEMBERS OF | THE SCOTIA LODGE | NO. 340 
SCOTCH REGISTRY, | AS A MARK OF RESPECT | FOR THE DISTINGUISHED | TALENTS 
AND VIRTUES | IN THE CAUSE OF MASONEY, | AND IN REMEMBRANCE OF | 
OUR RESPECTED BROTHER THOMAS WATSON j PAST MASTER AND FOUNDER | " 
OF THE ABOVE LODGE | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | ON THE 2^^ SEPT^ 1854, j 
AGED 52 TEARS. 



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56 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

340. White marble :— 

Beneath this Stone | lies interr'd the Body of | SAEAH ELIZABETH 
DANIEL I Wife of | JOHN THOMAS DANIEL \ of the Parish of Christ 
Church, I Who departed this Life | the 13<^' Day of August | 1826, | in the 33'' 
Year of her Age | Also the Eemains | of the said | lOHN THOMAS DANIEL | 
Who departed this Life | 27"' of October 1828 [ Aged 45 Years. 



341. High altar-tomb in rails : — 

SACEED I to the Memory of W^ Mary O'Brien | Daughter of M' John 
O'Brien late of | Hallifax Nova Scotia who departed this | Life ll'*' Day of 
December 1810 Aged 27 Years | also | JOSEPH FEOST SEN^ | Died in 
1829 I His Wife \ SAEAH ELIZABETH WALCOT, | Died in 1831 \ Their 
Daughter \ MAEY HENEIETTA | Died in 1854 \ Their Son | JAMES [ Died 
1879 I (3 lines.) 

342. Headstone, inscription very faint: — 

Here lies the Eemains | of WILLIAM BAGGS GOODWIN | Son of 
lOHN .... ELIZABETH \ ANN GOODWIN vfho departed | this life the 1 . 
of August 1795 I Aged Two Years | ALSO the Body of M" ELIZABETH ANN 
GOODWIN Late Wife of \ ilf lOHN GOODWIN who | departed this life 
the 12'h of ( November 1795 Aged 54 Years | (6 lines.) | And Also SUSANNAH 
BAGGS I departed this life the 12*1* of | November 1792 Aged Thirty | Years 
and Six Days. 

343. Large grey marble ledger set upright within railing: — 

CCELUM QUID QU^EAMUS ULTEA | Under this Stone | are deposited 
the Eemains of | HENEY FEAZER | who in the 45"' year of his age | departed 
this life on the 14*^ April | 1828 | (10 lines) | Here also lie the bodies of | 
Frederick & Austin | infant Sons of the abovenamed | (by his beloved consort 
Maria Frazer | the former of whom departed this life | on the ll*'' Sepf 1823 | 
(The remainder is buried.) 

At the foot is a headstone of white marble. 



344. In l^entOttam | feedeeick willoughbt feasee | died 15 august 

1881, I AGED 19 TEAES | ALSO | JAMES AUSTIN FEASEE, M.D. | DIED 18 APEIL 
1888 1 AGED 31 TEAES. 



345. Very long M.I. to JOHN and LUCEETIA TUENEY, married life 
near 50 years. He died 20 May 1825 (or 3), Aged 73 or 78, and she Aug. 1829, 
Aged 71 or 74. Also W™ M. TUENEY died March 11, 1868, Aged 49. 



34G. SACEED ] to the memoey of ] M^s ELIZA G. JOHNSON ( Wife 
of I EICHAED JOHNSON Esqb | Who departed this life | on the 22i day of 
November 1836 j Aged 26 Years [Also of their Infjint Son j SAMUEL 
DANIEL I Born \'^^^ July 1831, | Died 18 August 1833 | Also of their elder 
Son I WALTEE THOMAS JOHNSON | Born 2^ Sept' 1829, | Died 13"' Jan'-y 
1849. I Also EICHAED PAYNE JOHNSON | who died FeV? l«t 1851 aged 
44 Years | (1 line.) 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 57 

347. Inmeraoryof | RUTH JOHNSON | wifeof\ ANTHONY HOWARD I 
Died Bee. 20 1852 \ Aged 48 years | Also | ANTHONY HOWARD I Died 
August 24 1872 \ Aged 69 years. 



348. White marble headstone adjoining No. 336 : — 

In memory of | THOMAS ANTHONY | eldest son of \ ANTHONY 
AND RUTH J. HOWARD | Died March 20, 1853 \ Aged 26 years. 



349. Broken slab :— 

lOHN GRASETT Died 5«' Nov. 1786. I MARTHA f His Wife died August 
25 1796. 

Probably 1st son and heir and Ex'or of Mrs. Margaret Grasett of this parish, 
whose will he proved in 1745 (272, Seymer). 



350. Broken white marble : — ^ 

Here lies the Remains | of | CAPT CHA^ JAMES EDGILL | of the 4'i» 
(King's Own) Reg. | who died at Sea | on the 4^^ day of June 1819 | Aged 39. 

See the Regimental tablet No. 72. 



351. In sunk circle a compass and square : — 

SACRED I to the memory of | JOHN HAYNES ALKINS | who departed 
this Life | March 24'^. A.D. 1831, \ in the 35*'' year of his age | On his passage 
from Liverpool to Barhadoes on \ Board of the Brig Hannah and whose remains \ 
are interred beneath this stone. \ This tribute of afection is erected^hy his Son j 
George Alkins at present a resident of Philadelphia \ U.S. of America | (1 line.) 



352. Small headstone on top of vault : — 

IN I MEMOET I OF | FLEETWOOD THOMAS | HUGH WILSON, | capt. 

S'T^ HUSSAES, I AUDITOE GENEEAL OF BAEBADOS | BOEN JUNE 1817 | DIED 13^= 

SEPT. 1862 i (4 lines.) 



353. Large vault enclosed by iron chains. On a white marble tablet on east 
face : — 

ROBERT GORDON | Born Sep. 20 1858. | Died Sep. 22 1858, | aged 
2 davs i ROBERT | Born July 17, 1859, | Died Dec. 27, 1859 | aged 5 months 
& 10 days | sons of | Bobert <^ Elizabeth O'Neal. \ ELIZABETH GRAZETT 
CLINTON I Died July 8 1865 | aged 72 years. 

At top is a grey granite upright stone : — 

IN FOND I AND | LOVING EEMEMBEANCE | OF | ROBERT WILLIAM 
O'NEALE I LATE I CONSUL FOE TUE NETHEELANDS | AND | MEECHANT OF THIS 

CITT I BOEN 16^= JUNE 1833 | DIED 15^" FEB^ 1879 | (3 Hnes.) 



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354. Marble ledger, perfect, only one crack on corner : — 

This Tomb is Erected to ve Memory of | M^ CRISPUS GREEN and 
GERTRUDE | his Wife who Ives here Interr'd | She Died June y*' 7^\ 1737 
Aged 35 Years | He Died July v« 3'^: 1739 Aged 37 Years | they left Issue 1 Son 
and 2 Daughters. | Here alio Tyes Interr'd the Body of | M^s MARGARET 
WALCOT Sifter to | the above-faid M^s GERTRUDE GREEN | who Died 
May ye (blank) 1737 Aged (blanJc) Years | Like Wise y^ Body of Marg« Daug | 
hf. of y« above^'i Cris« & Gerf^ Who [ Who (sic) Died Januy 22i»': 1740 Aged 
8 yr«. 

1737, May 27. M" Margaret Walcott. 

1737, June 8. Gertrude wife of Cap*: Crispus Green. 

1739, July 4. Cap* Crispus Green. 

1740, Jan. 21. Margaret Green a child. (Burial Eegister.) 



355. Sacred to the Memory of | M''^ ANN MARY MURROW ] Native of 
London enqlanb \ who departed this Life June. 28*^'' 1815 I Aged 63 
(15 lines) I Beneath this Stone also lies the Body of | M'-« SARAH MCDONALD | 
of this Parish \ who departed this Life August 29"' 1817 | Aged 79. 



356. A lofty mausoleum : — 

(Two lines flaked) | of AGNES SAMPLE who | departed this life the 1T^ 
Day I of Jan''^ 1810 Ag . . 60 Years. | Is Infcribed by an affectionate Ion | Alfo 
the Memory of (s?c) | ELIZTH MAXMELL (s/c) GITTENS | who died the 14'^ of 
December | 1810 Aged 20 Years. 

Jas. Rich. Sample, o. s. of Riehd. of St. Michael's, matric. in 1800 at Glasgow. 



357. I.H.S. 1 SACRED | To the memory of JAMES COULSTEN ESQ^ | 
Born at Drogheda in Ireland who | departed this life on the 5'^ day of May | 
1822 aged 48 years (3 lines ; erected by his brother John Coulsteu) | (12 lines.) 



358. Mausoleum: — 

The Family Vault of | BENJAMIN H. THORNE | in it are deposited | 
the Remains of his Eive | Infant Children. 

On a ledger laid over entrance is : — 

%%€1^(5^ I To the Memory | of | . . . S ELIZ^h JEMMETT Daughter | 

EN J. HARRIS & SARAH JANE THORNE | who departed this life 

June 30*1' 1812 | Aged 17 Months & 21 Days | Alfo Matter JOHN THORNE | 
Brother to the above who departed this life | April 17"' 1813 Aged 15 Months & 
7 Days. 



359. Mausoleum : — 

THE TOMB I of\ WILLIAM GILL | In which was first Laid | his Infant 
Son ROBERT | who died \ March llt^ 1817 | Aged 2 Years. 



St. ]^1CHAEL^S CAI'HBDRAL. ^9 



360. Mausoleum :- 



S^em<*?l3 I To the memory of | JOSEPH ALLEYNE PAYNE ESQR | 
who departed this life Oct""- 5^^ A.D. 1822 | aged 62 years | This Monument is 
erected by his I affectionate Daughters SARAH ANN I & JANE ALLEYNE 
HAYNES. 

The latter mar. in Jan. 1816 Eich. Haynes of Newcastle, eldest son of Gen. 
Eobert Haynes. 



361. Mausoleum 



In l^emorg | of | ALEXANDER KING- Esq. | One of the Representatives 
of S' Andrew's | in the General Assembly of Barbados, | and an exemplary 
Magistrate | of Bridge Town, | Who died the 11"^ of August 1826, [ Aged 
41 Years. | (8 lines ; erected by widow.) 



362. Mausoleum: — 

THE FAMILY VAULT | OF | WILLIAM BUBNSAM | Wherein Heth M^s SARAH 
CARNOT I Wife of william buenham | Who departed this life on the | 23'"'' of 
August 1829 I Aged 18 years. 

363. Fixed against the east end of the King mausoleum is a headstone : — 

Beneath this Stone | rest the Remains of | EDWAiRD | Son of EDWARD 
(Quarter Master | of the 3^'! West India Regiment) and | MARY BRICE | who 
departed this life the 27'^ August | 1818 | at the Age of Thirteen Months and | 
Eour Days | (1 line.) 



364. Headstone fixed against No. 360 : — 

^acreU | to | tije l^emor^ of I J. W. E. ELDER | Who departed this life 
September 24'" 1825 | Aged 44 Years. 



3G5. Here lies the Body of | SAMUEL PERRY, j Who departed this Life | 
July IG'i' 1757 1 Aged 60 Years | Alio the Body of | SALVINA PERRY, | Wife 
of Henry Perry | And Daughter in law to the above | Samuel Perry; | Who 
departed'this Life | May 15^'^ 1761 | Aged 32 Years, 4 Months, | And 16 Days. 



366. White marble panel in wall next road : — 

NEAR THIS SPOT I LIE THE REMAINS OP | JACOB PERRY CLARKE ESQ 
WHO DIED THE 21^^ OF APRIL 1834 I AGED 69 TEARS. 



367. On a cross : — 

In iJHemOri) of | RICHARD OIBSON CODRINGTOX I CHAPLAIN TO THE FORCES 

BORN JAN. 28'" f831 DIED MARCH 24th ^^77 | ^(jED 46 YEARS | (2 lines.) 



368. Sacred to the memory of | NATH^^ GREENIDGE | who departed this 
life after a long and painful illness | on the 20'"' June lS:i3 Age;l 25 Years | Also | 
M'is SARAH B. FARXUM | who departed this jife Sep' 24''' 1S26 Aged 22 
Years ] (2 lines) | AUj | her infant Son EDW^IX who died Dec'' 16"> \ Aged 
9 Mo:ith3 I (4 lines; plaj3d by their Mother Eliz. G.) 



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There was a family of G-reenidge in parish of Christ Church circa 1650. 
Dr. Oliver Greenidge resides at Speights Town, and the Editor is indebted to 
him for assistance in searching for old graves on the plantations in that district. 



369. Crest of Harman. Arms of Harman : Quartering, Per pale Or and Azure 
a/ess counterchanged. (Cusack.) 

In ti)tS ®rabe | are depofited the Eemains of | SAMUEL HAEMAN 
Efquire | One of his Majefty's Commiffioners for the luveftigating | of Army 
Expenditure in the West Indies; | Who | j(12 lines) | (died) on the [16"'] day of 
March 1816 [ in the fifty third year of his age | (7 lines ; placed by son.) 

He was born 8 Oct. 1764. Pedigree in "Antigua," ii., 62, and " Memoir of 
the Harmaus." See " W.I. Bookplates," No. 54. 



370. White marble headstone : — 

THIS I Marble is erected by | an affectionate Husland \ in Memory of \ ANN 
WOEEELL TOEEES | who departed this life | March the 5, 1816, j Aged 42 | 
(2 lines.) 



371. White marble slab at the south-west corner of churchyard : — 
HENEIETTA MILLEE | Died Oct' 19^^^ 1864 | Aged 85 Years. 

372. On small square stone : — 

2rf)e I Family Burial Place | of\ SAMWEL {sic) PEEEY OLTON | 1820. 

On a larger stone : — 

FAMILY SEPULCHEE OF | SAMUEL PEEET OLTON I within which lie the 
Eemains of Several | of his Children | Thomas William departed this life | SO*** 
Nov"- 1820 aged 3 Years. | Margaret A. 1^'^ Sepf 1824 | aged 10 Months | William 
26"' Eeby 1829 aged 9 months | Samuel Perry 12'i' July 1831 Aged 12 Years | 
Willielmina 11"' .Nov^' 183 L Aged 7 Months | and | Albert 25"^ April 1838 Aged 
8 Years. | Aha \ Will'" Henry Wilkev. Grandson of the above | S. P. Olton, 
10"' July 1839 Aged 11 Weeks | MAEY CATHAEINE MOOEE | October 31«t 
1839 Aged 2 Years & 5 days | KICHAED THOMAS OLTON | died July 6"' 
1844 Aged 23 Years | Also | MAEY L. OLTON Wife of S. P. OLTON | 
died July 26"» 1848 Aged 54 Years | (3 lines.) 



373. Headstone:— 

SaCVetJ I To the Memory of \ JAMES G-RIFFITII | of Fishgard Pembroke- 
shire \ and late Commander of the | ship Berwick of London | (rest buried.) 



374. Small flat stone : — 

Sacred | to the Memory | of | MAEY | Wife of | CHEISTOPHER T. 
DxiEBY I who died | November 8"' 1820 | Aged 25 Years. 



375. Sacred | to the Memory of | JOHN BLISS SOPEE ESQ^^ [ who 
departed this Life | the {blank) '^^ day of July 1820, [ In the {blank) Year of his 



St. MtCHAEL*S CATHEDRAL. 61 



376. Vault enclosed by railing : — 

THE BUEIAL PLACE \ of \ W . T. CODD. 



377 s Sacred Eepository lies | . . . . Eemains of Master Eoger ] . mith 

Son of Roger and Alice | Smith of Pendleton near Man | Chester in England. 
This most | promising and amiable young | man was early snatched from | his 
friends and relations in the | Fourteenth Tear of his Age by | a most violent 
fever. During a | short residence in this Island | of scarce 22 Months, he had en | 
deared himself to all around | him and died as he lived highly ] esteemed and 
regretted October | 23^'^ 1816. 



378. SACEED | To the Memory of | OEOEGE ED W A ED DEAE | The 
Son of I JOHN & ELIZABETH DEAE | who Departed this life on the \ 
2 .s^* day of September 1814 | Aged 23 Tears and 3 Months. 



379. Plat stone with remains of iron railing, also headstone : — 

•gNDEB THIS STONE | BEST THE DEAB EEMAINS OF | JOHN | SECOND SON OF | 

HENET & CHAELOTTE | COLLTMOEE | who died | on the Uth October 

1836 I AGED 11 YEAES. 

On the headstone : — 

THIS STONE IS EEECTED | AS A TEIBUTE OF FILIAL | LOVE AND ESTEEM | IN 

MEMOET OF | HENET COLLTMOEE | who died oct. 14 1853, | aged 58 

TEAES I AND OF | CHAELOTTE I SIS WIDOW I WHO DIED SEPT. 30^= 1880 1 
AGED 80 TEAES. 



380. Large slab near west wall by the road : — 

$tt i*lcmori? of ! EOBERT THOMAS CROMAETLE | Son of\ ROBEET & 
MARTHA CROMAETLE | of S' Mary Rotkerhithe | in the County of Surrey \ who 
died the 11'^' of November 1810 | Aged IG Tenrs | (several lines) | Here also lie 
interred | the Eemains of | Captain EOBEET CROMAETLE | (of Ship 

BE X of London) | who died on the 25 April 1822 | in the 52 Tear of his 

Age. 



381. Headstone against west wall : — 

Beneath this Stone | deposited the Eemains | of \ THEOPHILUS D'OLIEE 
Esq, I Merchant | of the | City of Dublin in Ireland. | who departed | this Life | 
on the 22^'^ Nov' 18 . 9 (? 1809) | (3 lines.) 



382. Headstone against west wall of road : — ■ 

Sacred | to the Memory of I CAFTAIN DANIEL O'KEEFFE \ of the 
Royal TorTc Rangers \ Deputy Afsistant Adjutant General \ who departed this 
life I on the 24^^' June 1819. 

* Crack, 



6^ 



MONUMENTAL iNSCUlPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 



383. On two metal plates in headstone :- 

J. W. DEANE I DIED 30^= JULY | 1871. 

S. K. TODD ] DIED V^ SEPTEMBER | 1872. 



384. Large vault, white marble slab : — 

IN MEMOEiAM, ] JAMES T. BEOWNE. | Died \ February 26^^ 1857. \ And 
his Wife I MARY BKOWNE, | December 17'^ 1879. 



385. Ledger : — 

SACRED to the Memory | of SAMUEL MORRISON who | departed this 
life the 6*^ Day | of February 1810 Aged 27 Tears | this Memento of affectionate | 
regard is erected by his Widow | ANN CHRISTIAN MORRISON. 



386. White marble slab :— 

This Tablet Marks the interment of | M» CHARLES M^ALPIN ] JOHN 
MCALPIN Her Son | JOHN and WILLIAM M^ALPIN | infants | also 
or I ISABELLA S^ HILL | who died on the V^ March 1836 j Aged 5 Years 
8 Months I ALSO | MARIAN M^ALPIN | who departed this life | 26''' sep,t« 
1849 I Aged 28 Years. 



387. Large square enclosure of earth, railed in ; on a headstone : — 

IN MEMOEIAM | ELEANOB BEOWNE [ DIED 4^" SEPTEMBEE 1886 | JAMES 
BEOWNE I DIED 13''= SEPTEMBEE 1887 i (I line.) 



388. Headstone against west wall of road : — 

(Sic) Memory of John Cock | a Native of Lancafter in England | who died 6^^ 
January 1807 j Aged 67 Years (5 lines) | Sacred alfo to the Memory of Richard 
Cock j Nephew of John Cock | who died ll^'' December 1807 | Aged 21 Years. 



389. Headstone against west wall of road : — 

Under this Stone | lie the remains of | REBECCA DUES BURY | and her 
Sister I ELIZABETH DUES BURY | REBECCA died Nov^aO"' 1803 | ELIZA- 
BETH died 14th Sept"- 1811. 



390. Headstone against west wall of road : — 

Here refteth the Remains of JOHN IFMAN M.D. \ who departed this 
life I on the 11^^ Day of May 1799. 



391. Headstone against west wall of road, which has been painted over ; 
MBIST^ and I | vember 1770 Aged two. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 

392. In back row, a large vault : — 



Sacred to the Memory of | M'' PAUL LIGHTEOUEN | Native of BEE- 
MUDA. I who departed this life Aug^' 19"' | 1818 | Aged 31 Years | (3 lines) | 
JAMES FEANCIS LAWSON | Died March 2^^ 1853 \ His Wife 1 ANNA 
MAEIA LAWSON | Died {? Oct') 15'^ 1881 \ (Cracked.) 

393. Large mausoleum, pinnacles at four corners. On stone at east end : — 
THE I SEPULCHEE | OE | BEYAN TAYLOE YOUNd i:SQ^^. 



394. Slab:— 

HEEE LIE THE EEMAixs OF ] LYNCH THOMAS ESQ' 1 who died November 
9^^ 1811. I Aged 58 Years | (7 lines ; erected by widow ANN THOMAS.) 



395. Vault enclosed by railing : — 

SACEED I To the Memory of | JAMES BUTCHEE M.D. | Died March 9*^ 
1856 I Aged 80 Years. 



396. Nineteenth -century slab to JOHN DIXON of Liverpool, etc., died 
27 May 1815 ; almost illegible. 



397. Sacred to the Memory | of | GEOEGE CLAEKE | and | EEANCES 
WILLIAMS I the former of whom departed this Life the 1 20'ii July 1803 Aged 
65 Years | and the latter August W^ 1819. 



398. Cracked slab :— 

Sacred to the Memory | of ] SAMUEL TEOT Esq. | Born Dec-" 16^'' 1776 | 
Died June 2^ 1819. | ELIZABETH BAMFIELD | departed this Life | July 3'd 
1821 I Aged 67 Years. 

Four headstones against west wall are covered with paint. 



399. Small white marble tablet on west wall :^ 

THE I FAMILY | BUEIAL PLACE j OF | C. H. ALLDEE | 1855. 



400. Here lies inter . . . | lOHN MEECHA . . | lOHN and MAEY MEB- 
CHAN . I who departed this life the 7^'' Nov-" 1 1810 ^tatis 1 Year and 7 
Months I Also the Body of \ SAEr\H MEECHANT Daughter of | 10 HN and 
MAEY MEECHANT | who departed this life | the 1 day of July 1811 Etatis 
32 days | (4 lines.) 



401. White marble square on two vaults 
J. P. HENDY. 



64 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

402. Headstone ; -at the top an urn and figure of woman : — 

Here lies interred the Body | of EODERICK ELDER | who departed this 
Life I the 20^'' of January 1800 | Aged 38 Tears. 



403. White marble slab :— 

SatreH | To | the memory of | MEECY ANN INNISS | who departed 
this life i on the 2S"^ day of March 1820 A.D. | aged 4 years | also of | SAEAH 
ANN INNISS I Who departed this Life | on the 7^i' July 1837 | Aged 53 years. \ 
ET I ANN INNISS | Who died on the 19t'» day of October 1848 | Aged 21 
years | WILLIAM who died in Berbice 7'^ July 1847, Aged 30 | SAEAH JANE 
who died 6"' Dec*' 1863 Aged 45. | WILLIAM INNISS Senior who died 15«' 
Eeby 1853 [ Aged 76. He was the beloved | husband of Sarah Ann, and father 
of Mercy, Ann, | William and Sarah Jane. 

See No. 27. 

404. Close to west wall : — 

SaCiaeiS I To the Memory of | LOUISA MATILDA ANN | Infant 
Daughter Of | &EOEGE PALMEE | Who Departed This Life j On The 6'^ Of 
March 1848 | AGED 1 Tear & 6 Months | (2 lines.) 



405, Small loose white marble : — 

THE I FAMILY | BUBIAL PLACE of | ALX^ {sic) SEALE | 1861. 



406. Two headstones within railing near west wall : — 

IN MEMORY OF | NATHANIEL ALLAN, | Bohn 21^1 july 1860, died 

gth gj;pT 1885 1 AND I CLIFFOED AUBREY | BORN 7^'' FEB. 1863, DIED 14^'' AUG. 

1885 I SONS OF J. w. AND s. R. ROACH | (3 lines.) 

sacred I To the memory of | MAET LOWE EOACH | relict of \ Nathaniel 
Eoach Esq-- [ died Dec. 26 1856 | aged 62 years | (2 lines.) 

On the railing : 1857 eoach. 



407. THIS MABBLE IS PLACED \BT\ SAMUEL E. BBANCH \ 
Over the grave of his beloved Wife I SAEAH HALL BEANCH | (3 lines) | 
She departed this life | on the 23'' of Octo' 1841 | in the 28"' Tear of her age | 
(3 lines.) 

408. Adjoining it and against west wall : — 

here lies all that was mortal of I SAMUEL EDMUND BEANCH, | 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I WHO fell asleep in CHRIST | ON 25''= APRIL 1846, AGED 
43 YEARS 1 ALSO OF | SAMUEL EDMUND BRANCH | HIS SON | WHO ENTERED INTO 
REST I ON 23 AUGUST 1852, AGED 15 YEARS. 

? Father of the late Bishop and of Dr. W. J. Branch of St. Kitts. See M.I. 
of St. Peter's, Basseterre, St. Kitts. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 65 



409. Headstone : — 



PRUDENCE A. ARMSTRONG | died | Nov. 20, 1869 ] aged 36 years I 
(6 lines.) 



410. Near west gate and ia west wall is a small square stone ; 
"W. VYalrond." 



411. Adjoining 410 : — 

Heee Lies the Body of | W^ MARY GrI . . . | who Departed this Life 
May .... I Aged 72 Tears. 

412. Large vault enclosed by railing: — 

THE I SEPULCHEE | OF | EDMUND KNIGHT. 



413. Headstone : — 

$n l^emorg of | HENRY JEMOTT INCE I DIED lO^H DECK. 1910 I AaED 

75 TEAES. 



414. Headstone, compasses and square : — 

In Memory of \ OBICRLOW JEMOTT \ Bied July 29*^ 1876 \ Aged 42 
Tears. 



415. Slab near west path : — 

Sacred to the Memory of | GEORGE UMPHREY | who departed this life | 
on the 19^11 June 1807 | Aged 38 Years | ELIZABETH ANN | His Wife | Died 
Aug. 1827 I Aged 60 Years | Edward their SON | Died Aug. 16'^ 1875, | Aged 
70 Years. 



416. Headstone :- 
C. J. I 1876. 



417. White marble, shield shaped : — 

Under this Marble | Reft | the Remains of | JAIfE CABLJETON 
HOWELL I Wife of | OONBADE ADAMS HOWELL \ who departed this 
life I on 16 September 1804 | Aged 64 Years | AUb | the Eldeft & Youngeft [ 
of their Infant Sons [ THOMAS WALBOND \ & JOHN BOUS. 

Hinds Howell, 7 s. Conrad Adams Howell of Barbados, gent., Mertou Coll., 
matrie. 6 Nov. 1828, a. 19; B.A. 1834, M.A. 1860, held various curacies 1833— 
55 ; Hon. Canon of Norwich 1856 ; Rector of Drayton, Norfolk, since 1855. 

Conrad Goodridge Howell, 1 s. Hinds of Washfield, near Tiverton, Devon, 
cler., Balliol Coll., iiiatric. 17 Oct. 1855, a. 19, B.A. 1860 ; bar.-at-l., Line. Inn, 
1866. (Poster.) 

See No. 123 for notes. 

418. Under this ftone are depofited | the remains of two Infant | daughters of 
HENRY THOMAS | & MARTHA CRANE | SARAH NATTALI departed | 
this life December 2^ 1795 | Aged 21 Months 20 days | MARGARET ANN 
departed | this life December 11''', 1795 | Aged 4 Months, 18 days. 



I 



419. SACEED 1 TO THE MEMOEY OF | WILLIAM EASSELL WINTER 
OF THIS ISLAND ESQ® | WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE | THE 18''' of DECEMBEE 1808 
AGED 72 YEAES. 



66 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

420. Here under | are depofited the Eemains of | THOMASIN-WILLIAMS 
DONOVAN I who departed this Life | on the 23'i of March 1791 | Aged 
32 Years | (15 lines) | erected by her husband Dan' Donovan of this Parish 
goldsmith. 



421. BAEBADOS | Here lies the Body of William Heuery Efq. | who 
departed this Life May 2» 1770 Aged ] 50 Years 5 Months and 17 Days | Here 
lies the Body of Elizabeth Henery his | Wife who departed this Life 20*^ May 
1701 I Aged G6 Years 1 Month and 16 Days | She was from her Marriage January 1 
1741 I (3 lines) | Here lies too the Body of four of their | Grand Children Jofeph, 
Ifaac, Thomas, & | Eugene, ions of their only Son the prelent | William Henery of 
the Parifh of Saint | Jofeph in the Ifland aforefaid, who has railed | this Vault 
and caused this ftone to be placed | on the top thereof in Bemembrance of | his 
Parents and his Children. 



422. Fixed against west wall of the west porch : — 

SacreH I TO THE I MEMOET OF | JOHN PAEE, Master Mariner, formerly 
of I Liverpool in the County of Lancashire late | of H.M. Transport service, who 
departed this | life January 1*^ isil, in the 41^* year of his age | ^ISO | MAEY 
PAEE, wife of the above JOHN PAEE | and daughter of ABEAHAM & 
MAEGAEET | CUNAED, of Halifax N.S. who departed this | life January 4"' 
1811, in the 27"' year of her age | ^IgO | MAEGAEET ANN, infant daughter 
of the 1 above JOHN and MAEY PAEE, who died | January IQ^^, 1811, aged 
7 months ] The above Family, together with eight of the | Crew% fell victims to 
that dreadful malady | then committing its ravages in this Island | (8 lines.) 



423. Against west porch, south wall : — 

To the Memory of | BEEVET MAJOE | EDWAED MICHAEL DE 
WEND I 4th Battalion GOth Eegiment | Who died at | Garrison of Saint Ann's, 
Barbadoes, | The 9th day of May, | A.D. 1816. 



We now come to a triangular portion to north of west walk, beginning at the 
west end, 

424. White marble : — 

Hereunder | lie the mouldering Remains of | JOHN CLEMENT Efq"- | 
(9 lines) I He died on the 31^^ of July 1791 | When he had not, by 14 days, | 
Attained the 44^^ year of his age | Also | In memory of | E. ALBERT COX | 
who died July 11^^ 1875 | aged 55 [or 35] teaes i H. T. COX | died June 2'''» 

1893 I AGED 55 YEAES. 

(The ages doubtful. They have been cut later by an inferior workman.) 



425. Fragment :— 
E. S. 1805. 

426. Ledger:— 
E, B. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 67 

nrfi'';^?,^^?^^ ' ^"^ ^^'^ Memory of | MRS ABIGAIL NEWLAND 
CLARKE I the relict of j CLEMENT CLARKE | who departed this Life I 



December SO^h 1817 | Aged 52 Years 
428. Headstone 



SatreU | To the Memory of \ JOSEPH Eldest Son of WILLIAM and I 
MARGARET BOWMAN, of West Derhy, \ near Liverpool, who departed this 
Life I on the ll^h of April 1845, Aged 21 Years | (11 lines.) 

429. SACRED [ to the Memory | of | ADJUTANT JOHN PLACKETT I 
Late of the 1«' W.I. Reg^ | who departed this life the IS'i^ day I of December 
1822 j Aged 42 Years | Also | M^s DOROTHY DESSE | Late Mother in law 
to the above | who departed this life the 23'-'^ day | of July 1832 (?) I Aged 60 
Years [ also | JOHN TIERNEY Son in Law I of Dorothy Desse Died 
25^h of March I 1836 aged 28 Yeaes. 



430. SACRED | to the memory of 1 ROBERT MACCANN | Seaman late of 
HIS Majesty* ship Belvidera | who departed this life at Barbados on the | 19 day 
of May 1836 occasioned by a fall from j Aloft on the Previous day I aged 27 
TEARS I (13 lines.) 



431. Mausoleum, white marble tablet : — 

IN LOVING MEMORY | OF | JOHN FRANCIS TRIMINGHAM Jn» | born 

IN NEWFOUNDLAND JAN. 30™ 1839 : DIED OCT. 6^^^ 1879 | AND | WARWICK 

GEORGE TRIMINGHAM, | born in Newfoundland oct. 29^= 1843; died 
MAY 12^= 1896 I sons of I JOHN FRANCIS and SARAH ANN TRIMING- 
HAM I (1 line.) 



432. Fragment : — 

Here lies interr'd the Body of \ BENJAMIN DUCK \ who departed this 

life I the 4*^' Day of December 1755 in the . . . . | Year of his Age. 

433. Headstone:— 

Here lie the Remains of | Lieutenant GEORGE RICKCORDS | late of | 
His Majel"ty'« Ship AMPHITBITE \ 8on oi WILLI AM and | JANE RICK- 
CORDS of Weft Cliff I in the Co. of Kent ENGLAND \ who departed this Life | 
in the Houfe of D'" ROBERTSON | in BRIDGETOWN \ 13'" DeC" 1798 Aged 
21 Years j (6 lines,) 

434. Headstone : — 

I-n illemon) of | Lieu* GEORGE ARMSTJIONG | Lale of H.M. R.W. 
India Rangers fwho died 18'^' Ocf 1811 Aged 3± Years | Me left a disconsolate 
Widow I and Infant Daughter \ (3 liue.s.) 



435. Ledger: — 

Underneath are interred the mortal remains of | Dcp*y AffilV Commiffary Gen^ 
GEORGE ACKROYD | Who fell a Victim to the Fever of the Climate on the 
13*^ January 1821 | in the 47"» Year of his Age. 



68 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

436. Ledger:— 

Underneatii are interred the mortal remains of | M" JANE GRAHAM Wife 
of Mr M. E. GEAHAM j of the Engineer Department | Who fell a Victim to 
the Eever of the Climate | on the 31^* October 1820. 



437. In Memory of | Lieutenant GEORGE PALMER, \ late of the Q5^^ 
Regiment | and | attached to the | Quarter Master General Dep* i in this Island | 
who on the 1«* day of December 1820 | fell a Victim to a Malignant Fever | then 
raging in Barbados | in the 2^^'^ Year of his Age | (left widow and 4 infant 
sons) J (6 lines.) 



438. SacretH | to [ the memory of | JOHN BISSETT MCKENZIE | son 
of I L' WKENZIE of \ P P' WI Reg' | who departed this life | the 10^^ day of 
July ^M. 1821 I aged 13 months | (4 lines.) 



439. In Memory of | THEODORE FORSTER, | who died 8*^ March 1808, \ 
Also I SARAH ANN wife of the above | who died 1«' September 1838 | (3 lines.) 



440. SacreU to ti^e Mmovv \ of | edm»: burman royi; MiLy; 

SURV: 1 AND DRAFTSMAN | who departed this life ll^'^ November 1829 | 
Aged 43 Years | Also his Daughter Elizabeth | who died 20'^.- Sept: 1824 | Aged 
5 Weeks. 



441. Flaked ledger :— 

lOHN BOWB\ his Life | Auguft 177 



442. In Memory of | MARY JOHANNA PHILLIPS, \ Died May 6^i» 
1850, I Aged 27 | WILLIAM WILSON PHILLIPS, \ Died September 
1852, I Aged 26. | MART LORETTA PHILLIPS, \ Died October 24"> 1856, | 
Aged 59 I (2 lines.) 



44:3. White marble cross, within railing. On east face : — 

IN MEMOET OP \ GEORGE WILKINSON MC GLEAN, | boen on the 
26^« DAY OP MAY 1800. I DIED ON THE 22'*» DAY OP JULY 1876 | (1 line.) 

On south face : — 

ALSO OP I GEORGE MILLS | son op | GEORGE WILKINSON 
M^GLEAN I DIED 24™ op march 1862, aged 24 yeaes. 

On north face : — 

ALSO OP I ROBERT ARNOTT | son op | GEORGE WILKINSON 
McGLEAN I DIED 26™ or july 1863, aged 30 yeaes. 



444. Headstone, compass and square: — 

WILLIAM E. CLARKE j aged 64 yeaes | died 17'^« june | 1893. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. B'S 

445. Headstone, fixed against west wall of west porch : — 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | ANN, THE BELOVED WIFE OF ] JAMES 
SCOTT I MASTER OF THE BARQUE LAIDMANS | OF LIVERPOOL : | WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE I ON THE SO'^^ DAY OF DECEMBER 1842 | IN THE 26 TEAR OF HEB 

AGE I (8 lines.) 



446. In the next block, ledger : — 

SACRED to the Memory | of \ RICHARD HOVELL JUN^ | who died 
Jany 15^'" 1834, Aged 49 Tears | also 1 RICHARD HOVELL SEN^ | Father 
of the above | who died Nov-" 4"^ 1834 aged 51 years | and ] ELIZABETH 
HOVELL I daughter of the above | who died august 8"^ 1844 aged 30 years | 
for many years a member of the Wesleyan Church | (1 line.) 



447. Small headstone : — 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | JOHN S. CRICK I WHO DEPARTED | THIS 
LIFE I DEC* 26'= 1861 I AGED 52 TEARS. 



448. Memorabilis | Here lies underneath this ftone | Hoping for A GrLORlOUS 
RESURRECTION | The body of MARY the wife off | MATTHEW BEST who 
Departed this | Life the S'^ of March 1749 Aged 27 Years. 

1749, March 4. Mary wife of Mathew Best. (Burial Register.) 



449. Headstone :- 
J. S. C. I 1861. 



450. White marble upright, chains and corners broken : — 

M affectionate l^emorp | of | Richard erancis Roberts [ died 

22 MARCH 1881 I AGED 78 YEARS. 



451. White marble tablet on vault : — 

Kn Hobtng l^emorj) | of J. N. TYNES | and his wife | aunt thom j 

1897. 



452. White marble cross : — 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY | OF | SAMUEL GOWDEY | AGED 76 | DIED 
6^^= JULY 1875 I ALSO IN MEMORY OF | CRAGrGr GrOWDEY | HIS BROTHER | 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE [ MAY 2'S^^ 1890 | AGED 90 | (1 line.) 



453. North of nave. Broken column within railing, painted brown : — 
&n€}3i(!^B I TO THE MEMORY OF | BENJAMIN | CLAIRMONTE | who 

DEPARTED THIS LIFE [ ON THE 12'^^ DAY OF | SEPTEMBER 1852 | AGED 17 YEARS | 

(1 line.) 

454. Vault, nineteenth century, near cottage, inscription illegible. 



70 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

455. Iron plate on railing : — 

"The Bubial Pla.ce | of | Samuel Whitneys | Family." 

456. White marble monument : — 

SACKED TO the memoey | OF | THOMAS PEEKINS | who depaeted this 

LIFE I on THE 7"> AUOUST 1828 | AGED 46 YEAES. 



457. SACRED 1 TO THE MEMORY OF | MART FORTE MILLARD | daughter 
OF I JOHN & SARAH MILLARD | She Departed This Life (1 line) | octb« 

&'^ 1851 I AT THE EARLY AGE OF 20 YEARS | (5 liues.) 



458. Next to 457.— 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY | OF MARY JANE | DAUGHTER OF JOHN ELLIOTT 
HEWETT I WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | 18^= MAY 1833 1 AGED 23 YEARS | (4 lines) | 
ALSO I IN MEMORY OF THE ABOVE i JOHN ELLIOTT HEWETT I WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE | JANUARY 10^= 1838, AGED 56 YEARS | ALSO | TO THE 

MEMORY OF | JOHN ELLIOTT HEWETT ESQR M.D. | son of the above | 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | OCT* 8'^= 1852 AGED 40 YEARS | (2 lineS.) 



459. SACRED | To The Memory | of \ JOHN HENRY MARSHALL | 
Who Died July 2'"i 1828 | Aged 33 Years t Also of | Catherine Clun (?) Marsh | 
granddaughter of | Henry and Matilda Marshall | who died Jan? 15'^ 1857 | Aged 
17 Years 1 And | Henry T. Marshall | died . . . ch W^ 1860 [or 18661 | Aged 51 
Years and ( 6 Months | (cracked.) 



460. Ledger, with cherubs, skull and crossbones at top : — 

Here Iveth | interr'd the Body of | CLEMENTINA LOVE \ Wife of | 
NATHANIEL LOVE | who departed this Life | the 25^^ day of October 1771 | 
in the ^^^^ Year of her Age | Alfo j the Body of | NATHANIEL LOVE \ who 
departed this Life | the 16''» day of April 1784 \ in the 49*^' Year of his Age. 



461. Sacred to the Memory of | JOHN AYATSON Elq. \ Who departed this 
life 3pt July 1827 | also his beloved wife | MARY &. WATSON | Who 
departed this life 12*'' June 1837 | (3 lines ; erected by Benja" L. W. the son.) 



462. UNDER THIS STONE REST THE REMAINS | OF | THE REVERED PARENTS | 
THE BELOVED BRETHREN ] OF WHOM WAS THE MUCH RESPECTED AND LAMENTED 
DR. HORSHAM | AND SISTER | (aMIABLE CONSORT OF DOCTOR CUTTING) | ALSO j 
THE CHILDREN AND WIFE | Of | WILLIAM HORSHAM | WHO ERECTS THIS TOMB TO 
THEIR MEMORY JUNE IV. | MDCCCI. 



463. THE FAMILY VAULT OF | I. R. SAVEREY ESQ-- 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 71 

464. SACRED TO THE MEMOET | OF | JANE THE WIFE OF ] DANIEL 
GrEOGAN I WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE | ON THE 26^= SEPTEMBEE | ANNO DOMINI 

1841 I AGED 35 TEAES and 5 months. 



465. Mausoleum, on iron plate : — 

THE I BURIAL GROUND [ of 1 DANIEL GROG AN. 

And at east end : — 

SEPULCHEE j OF THE INNISS FAMILY 1842. 



466. On iron plate on railing : — 

FAMILY BUEYING | PLACE OF | HENEY P. LEACH. 



467. Ledger: — 

JOHN R. HOMETARD [ Died April 10, 1861, | Aged 74 Years. 



468. On iron plate on railing: — 

THE BFRIAL PLACE I OF I MAEY E. NUTT. 



469. There are five slabs side by side, with ladders on them* : — 

Margaret Goodridge | died on the 13'^ of August | in the 44"' year of her 
Age I and of Christ 1833 | (4 Hues) | also | HUGH GOODRIDGE, M.D. | 

DIED 11 AUGUST 1846, AGED 60 ] AND | ELIZA | HIS WIDOW | DIED 8 OCTOBEE 
1886 AGED 74. 



470. THIS STONE IS PLACED | AS A DESEEVED TEIBUTE OF FILIAL AFFECTION | 
OVEE THE EEMAINS OF | FRANCIS MCCLURE MEECHANT | BY HIS SON 

SAMUEL M^CLURE | he died | septembee ix A.D. mdcccxi | in the 
LVii Yeae of his Age | (3 lines.) 



471. Saceed \ to .... \ Memory | Wife of .... \ who | departed this life | 
Augt 27'!^ I 1843 I AGED 33 yeaes | (flaked.) 

At end is a small headstone to edith peichaed iu Latin. 



I 



472. Erected by | Dudley p. cotton | Sacred | to the memory of | DANIEL 
COTTON I of Boston Mass. U.S. | who departed this life | Sept. 28, 1842, | in 
the 26t" year | of his age | MARY REBECCA | Infant Daughter \ of \ dudley 
page and eebecca jane I cotton I Died February 3''' 1855, \ Aged 7 Mouths 
& 9 Days. 

47H. saceed I To the Memory of | ROB^' J. INCLEDON | who died Octr. 25, 
1863 I aged 40 YES. | Also | MARY H. INCLEDON | the beloved daughtee 

OF THE ABOVE | WHO DIED JULY 10'^'^ 1873, AGED 21 YES. | (6 liues.) 

* Workmen were in possession of this space, but I don't think I could have omitted the fivQ 
inscriptions. 



72 MONUMENTAL INSCKIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

474. IN MEMOEY I or I EGBERT WOODEOW BILTON | native of 

GLASGOW, SCOTLAND; | WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE | 13^= DECEMBEE 1848 | IN HIS 
20™ YEAE. 



475. Headstone: — 

SACEED TO THE MEMOEY | OF | JOSEPH WILLIAM INNISS | BOEN 24'^= 
MAY 1814 I DIED 17™ JANUAEY 1903 | AND OF HIS BELOVED WIFE | THOMASIN 
ANN I BOEN 10™ OCTOBEE 1834 I DIED 18™ JUNE 1899 I ALSO OF THEIE 

DAUGHTEE | KOSE WALEOND | died 20™ maech 1890 | aged 19 yeaes. 



476. The Eamily Burial Place | or | EDWAED WILLIAM MILLS | 
EACHAEL WALCOTT MILLS | died 27™ januaey 1850 | aged 49 yeaes | 
CAEOLINE MILLS | bied 27^^ becR 1900 | aged 71 teams \ EDWAED 

W. MILLS I BIEB 4TS JULY 1901 I AGED 81 TEAMS. 



477. Close to north wall aud road : — 

SACEED TO THE MEMOEY | OF | CHEISTIAN SKINNEE I Widow I 
departed this life May 21«t | 1847 | at the advanced age of | 83 Years | ALSO | 
MISS JANE LAMBEET SKINNEE | SISTEE to the above | Who Departed 
This Life | 23«" of august 1851 | aged 85 yeaes. 

1852, July 16. In B. aged 87, Dorothy-Griffith, dau. of Wm. Eolloch, & 
widow of Isaac Skinner, of B., etc. (" G.M.," 655.) 



478. Headstone within railing near cottage : — 

SACKED I TO THE MEMOEY OF | MAEGAEET, | BELOVED WIFE OF J0U2i H. 
BEAITHWAITE j AND ELDEST DAUGHTEE OF | SAMUEL WHITNEY j BOEN 21 SEPT. 

1810, DIED 22 JUNE 1875 | aged 64 yeaes | (1 line) | also of | john teow- 

BEIDGE I THIED SON OF | F. A. E. AND ELLEN C. BEAITHWAITE j DIED 10^" MAY 
1884 I AGED 3 WEEKS. 

On a second headstone : — 

IN LOVING MEMOEY | OF | CLAEA N. BEAITHWAITE | DIED 5™ MAECH 1894 | 
AND I OF OUE FATHEE | JOHN H. BEAITHWAITE | DIED 12™ AUGUST 1894. 



479. Enclosed by iron railing : — 

IN MEMORIAM | SOPHIA MAET JULIA, | DAUGHTEE of GEORGE AND 

leonoea wintee j and the beloved wife of john pitchee | bokin at st. 
John's, Newfoundland | januaey 22^^" 1836 | died at st. leonaed's in this 
PAEisH I DECEMBEE 15™ 1859 | (many lines.) 



480. Enclosed by iron railing : — 

UNDEENEATH THIS MAEBLE | AEE DEPOSITED THE EEMAINS OF | MAEIA 

FAEEE JONES j eldest daughtee of | john foestee deake jones, m.d. | 

AND ANNE ISABEL HIS WIFE | WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE j ON THE 13™ OF APEIL 

1832 I (10 lines ; died 4 days after arrival.) 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 73 

4SI. On two small square stones on a vault: — 

T. M. SALKELD H. F. NAISH 

age 8 mos. died 

agst 14*^ 1851. SEPT» is'f 1849 

AGED 4 MONTHS. 



482. EBECTED I i?T | GEORGE WHITI.A | of Barbados, | To the Memory 
of 1 WILLIAM JOHN AVHITLA | Born at Belfast [ died in Bridgetown \ G*" 
October 1841, 1 Aged 23 years. 



483. Here lieth the body of | George W. Patton M.D. Esq' | who died 7'^ 
Jan^'y 1842 | three weeks after his arrival | from Tandragee Ireland | (10 lines ; 
erected by his children.) 



484. HERE SLEEPS IN JeSUS | REBECCA GITTENS | HAVERSAAT | WHO DIED 
JANUARY 29f« 1865 I AGED 80 YEARS. 



485. Headstone adjoining 470 : — 

TO THE MEMORY OF | EREDERICA | ELDEST DAUGHTER OF | GEO. FRED. HAVER- 
SAAT D.A.C.G. I AND REBECCA GITTENS | IHS WIFE | WHO WENT TO | THE BETTER 

LAND 1 OCT. 14 1865 I (4 lines.) 



486. Broken slab, lying loose : — 

Here lieth the body of | the daughter of THOMAS & ELEAN . . \ 

ERISON who departed this life | . . cember the 9^1' 1712 Aged 2 Years & 

1712, Dec, 9. Jane Harrison, a child. (Burial Register.) 



487. In I LOVING memory | of | Jo^ Tho'* Nightingale [ born 25 jan. 
1815, I died 29 OCT. 1885. 



488. Enclosed by iron railing : — 

8A0RED to the memory I of I MARY ANN ARCHER | who died \ July 
21«t 1842, Aged 70 Years j Also | To the Memory of | MARCUS BYRON 
MACLEAN 1 who died | August lO'i' 1870 | Aged' 23 Years | Also | To the 
Memory of | maude byron chenery Maclean | Died 28"' May 1871 | Aged 17 
Days. I Also | Wallace m<^clean | born july 24™ 1872, died july 24'^^ 1872 | 
Also I JULIAN WILKINSON m'^clean | Died 24"' Eeby 1876 | Aged 6 Tears. 



489. SrijeBumli^laCf Of ITHOMAS HENRY REBITT. 



490. To the memory | of | JOHN KEMP JUN^ j A Native of Glasgow | 
Who arrived in this Island ] on | 17'i' Oct'' | and died of fever | on | 3'' Nov'' | 
1839 1 AGED 20 YEARS. \ Aho I In Memory of | ROBERT GORDON | A Native 
of Port Patrick, Scot. | who died | on the 29*'' of May 1865 | Aged 33 Years. 

J4 



i 



74 MONUMENTAL 3NSCEIPTI0NS IN BARBADOS. 

491. SacreU | to the memory I OF I M^8 HENET BENTALL, ] the 

MOTHER OF | ALEXANDER STEWART ESQ'''* | COLLECTOR OF H. M. CUSTOMS | AT 
THE PORT I OF BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS j WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | ON THE 
25™ JUNE 1845, I IN THE 71*'' TEAR OF | HER AGE. | Also \ OF ALEXANDER STEWART 
ESQ"" I SON OF THE ABOVE | COLLECTOR OF H. M. CUSTOMS | IN THIS ISLAND | WHO 
DIED ON BOARD THE STEAMER THAMES | ON HIS PASSAGE FROM ENGLAND | ON THE 

27''''' SEPT" 1848, IN THE 47™ TEAR OF HIS AGE. | (2 liiies ; left a widow.) 



492. SACRED I TO THE MEMORY | OF j JOHN STETENSON | DIED 25*^ Ocf 1850 
AGED 31 YEARS. 



493. Three headstones enclosed by iron railing : — 

SaCteU I TO THE MEMORY OF | JAMES ELDEE I BORN IN SCOTLAND | 
FEB^ 16TH 1823 I DIED FEB^ 23"" 1867. 



494. IN MEMORY OF | AUaUSTA MATILDA | wife of | EOBEET 
ELDEE I died 26™ may 1906 | aged 46 years. 



495. SACRED I TO I THE MEMORY j OF | NATHANIEL THOMAS RAMSEY | WHO 
DIED 8™ JUNE 1847 1 AGED 44 YEARS | ALSO | HIS MOTHER j ANN EAMSEY [ 
DIED DEC. 25™ 1859 I AGED 76 YEARS. 



496. IN MEMORY OF | MAEIA ANN MAEEIAGE | wife of m" adam 

HARTHILL j SHE DIED OF YELLOW FEVER | 4™ NOVEMBER 1852, | IN THE 24™ 
YEAR OF HER AGE | AND OF | JOHN MAEEIAGE | THEIR ONLY CHILD WHO 
DIED I AT BAMSGATE KENT | ON THE 13™ OF AUGUST 1853 | AGED ONE YEAR AND 
ELEVEN MONTHS. 



497. Enclosed by iron railing : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | JOHN FEEEE | SON OF JOHN F. WHITFIELD 
OF CANADA | WHO DIED OCTOBER 19^" 1853 | AGED 17 YEARS | ALSO OF ANDEEW 
CALYEET I ELDEST son of ANDREW CRICHTON LEE | OF EDINBURGH | WHO DIED 
DECEMBER 29™ 1853 | AGED 17 YEARS | THE ABOVE FELL A'ICTIMS TO THE 
YELLOW FEVER | AFTER A FEW MONTHS RESIDENCE IN THE ISLAND. 



498. Near road wall, cracked : — 

Sacred to the Memory of | THUEBAENE PACKEE, | Son of | & 

MAETHA PACKEE | who departed this life | on the 19^'' November 1810 | 
Aged 2 Tears & 1 Month | Also ELIZABETH 1 Daugliter of | JOHN & 
MAETHA PACKEE, | departed this life \ on the 13"' January 1812 | Aged 
4 Years 5 Months & 20 Days. 



499. Large mausoleum : — 

The I Eamily Yault of | HENEY BECKLES GALL | built ] Feby 1853. 



ST. MlCHAEL^S CATHEDRAL. 75 

500. Small headstone : — 

EHzabeth A. Tancock | Died | 12'»' DeC^ 1860 | Aged 22 Months. 



501. Samu I to tije iHemori) of | M^s e. p. Buchanan | who died 

1»' July 1887 I Aged 87 Years j (3 lines ; by children.) 



502. ^acreU | to the memory of I MARTHA ELIZABETH | the beloted 
WIFE OF j PETER CHAPMAN ] who died the 17^« of june 1841 | aged 
20 tears. 



503. Headstone : — 

SACRED I to the memory of | M^ ALEXANDER HUNTER 

ENRIGrHT I OF KENTISH TOWN, NEAR LONDON ) WHO DIED ON THE 16'''* | OF 
SEPTEMBER 1836, IN THE | TWENTY FIFTH TEAR OF HIS AGE | HE EXPIKKD ONLY 
FOUR DAYS AFTER | LANDING IN THIS ISLAND BEING TOO | ILL TO PROCEED TO 
JAMAICA WHERE HE | WAS GOING TO VISIT HIS GRANDFATHER ALEXANDER AIRMAN 
SEN* ESQ** I OF PROSPECT PEN NEAR KINGSTON j IN THAT ISLAND, j 



504. Headstone 
A. H. E. 18g6. 



505. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | CATHARINE MARY I The Beloved 
Wife of I JOHN MCSWINEY, ESQUIRE ; | stipendiary magistrate of | 
BRITISH GUIANA, | Who Departed This Life | October 27'^= 1850 | In The | 

36'H YEAR of his age. 



506. beneath I are deposited the remains of I ELLEN | the affec- 
tionate WIFE OF I C. C. DRAKE ESQ. DEMERARA | died 12^^= feb^' 1846 | 

AGED 31. 



507. SACRED | to the \ MEMORY | of | WILLIAM A. ARCHER | loho 
departed this life December the &'' 1839 j Aged 29 Years | (4 lines.) 



508. ERECTED | By | George Montgomery of Belfast, \ Merchant | In 
memory of his beloved son | GEORGE | AVho died at Barbadoes | on the 
13"» October 1839 \ Aged 23 Years. 



509. sacred to the memory of | ROBERT JMATHER, | merchant in 

GLASGOW, I WHO DIED OF CONSUMPTION AT HASTINGS | ON THE 13 OF NOVEMBER 
1838 I AGED 39. 



510. SACRED TO THE MEMORY j of | WILLIAM CARTMELL i kite of 
Doncaster | but more recently of Liverpool | who repaired to this Ishind | for the 
benefit of his health | and died the 15*'' May 1838 | Aged 32. | (5 lines.) 



1Q MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS iN BARBADOS. 

511, Headstone : — 

WILLIAM BOWERS I died 14^« oct« 1852 I aged 64 years. 



512, Headstone: — 
W, B. 1852. 

513. Headstone: — 

FbANCES ChAELOTTE I DAUGHTER OF j CHA** AND FRANCES | MA8SIAH j OF 
DEMERAEA | DIED 30™ SEP'' | 1852 | AGED 9 MONTHS, 



514, SACRED | to the memory of | WILLIAM MCQUEEN | a dutiful 

AND AFFECTIONATE SON | WHO DIED OCTOBER 23«=° 1836 | IN THE 24^= YEAR OF 

HIS AGE I (3 lines ; by his father Jas. M'=Queen.) 



515, Headstone : — 
A. H. E. 1886, 



516. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | REBECCA ANNE I THE MOST DEAR 
WIFE OF CHARLES THORNTON CUNNINGHAM ESQ*^ | COLONIAL SECRETARY OF 
THIS ISLAND | AND THE DAUGHTER OF S, D. HEAP ESQ"^ | CONSUL GENERAL OF THE 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | AT TUNIS IN AFRICA | SHE DIED IN GIVING BIRTH TO 
HER FIRST CHILD | AUGUST 2^" 1837, AGED 21 TEARS. 

1837, Aug, 2. At B., Rebecca Anne, wife of C. T. Cunningham, esq. Colonial 
Sec. (" G.M.," 551.) 



517. Headstone : — 

H. L. I DIED I JUNE 1. 1853 I AGED 80 TEARS. 



518. Headstone : — 
ELTZTH HUNTER 1851. 



519. ^acVfH to tljC i^rmori) | of ! HENRY THOMAS TURTON | who 

departed this life | 16*'' day of Sept*^" 1836 | Aged 49 Years. 



520. %HtVtn to tije l^emori) | of THOMAS CHENERY | who departed 
this life .June 25*" 1836, Aged 57"Yeara | ^IftO | CHARLES CHENERY | who 
died April the 16"^ 1838 Aged 47 Years \ likewise | ELIZABETH 
CHENEBY 1 lolio died on the 15"' April 1841 Aged 93 Years \ %\\n j William 
Chenen/ \ who departed from this Life | October 4"' 1845 | Aged 64 Years \ 
being the second son of ELIZABETH CHENEBY and brother \ THOMAS 
AND CHARLES CHENERY whose remains i are | \)tXtiXi t'tttetretl. 



521. Headstone with the lower part deeply sunk in the ground : — 

-\VM FITZPATRICK Sen'- | departed this life | on the 21^* of Julv 1835 
Aged 67 Years | Also | . . ', . FITZPATRICK. 



ST. MICHAEL* S CATHEDRAL. 77 

522. SacreU to ti^e fWemorg | of | SAMUEL beandeoed aethur, | 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | ON THE 30^^= DECEMBER 1868 I ^UU fttft SOtt I 

JOSEPH INNISS AETHUE | died 12'= sep. 1910 | aged 72. 



523. Headstone enclosed by railing : — 

Sacred ] to the memoiy | or the | EEV.- THOMAS EOWE | who died | on 
the 22nd of June | 1S70 | Aged 60 years. 



524. Satreft | to \ the Memory of | GEOEGE COESTOEPHAN | late 
Merchant of Demerara | who died' September 20"> 1834. | Aged 28 Years | 
(Erected by brother.) 



525. Headstone : — 

IN MEMORY I OF | RICHARD C. BARNES | DIED 5° MARCH 1885 | AGED 
60 TEARS. 

On a second headstone : — 

TO THE MEMORY | OF MARY, DIED | June 2»'J 1875 | AGED 21 YEARS | AlsO | 

EMELINE— DIED | Sep* 2»'i 1867 I AGED 8 YEARS | The Beloved Daughters | 
of\ JSichard C. Barnes. 

On a third stone a white marble cross : — 

IN MEMORY I OF | RICHARD ALFRED BARNES | AGED 35 | WHO, ON THE 
6^^ JUNE 1897, LOST HIS LIFE j IN ATTEMPTING TO RESCUE | ERNEST HENRY 
JONES I FROM DROWNING AT BATHSHEBA | (3 liues.) 

These three all in one curbed enclosure. 



526. Headstone : — 

EEV. JOHN CEOSBY | died May 26, 1833, ] aged 29. 



527. "White marble headstone : — 

In ! iiffecttonate | vcmemirattce of | Bcniamin il^oUifU .fiones, i tije 
seconti son of i Beniamin.f ones, anU ©leanor Ijisi bjifc, | of ttits tslaitU | 
Utem i4t!) September 187 1» Egeti 71 gears | (4 lines.) 



528. On ledger enclosed by iron railing : — 

^acreU | to ttjC iiflemori) of | MICHAEL OLTON | Who departed this 
life I 13"' November 1830 | Aged 49 Years | and of his daughter | MAEGAEET 
ANN I Wife of Depy Ass* Comy Gen^ Swain | who died 10"' March 183G | Aged 
31 Years | Also His " SOU" \ JOSIAH LLEWELYN OLTON | Died 5'* Julg 
1854 I Aged 44 Years. 

On a granite headstone, on above slab : — 

IN MEMORY OF | ETHEL | WIFE OF WALTER T. BONYUN | died 8'« 
NOV 1879 I aged 28 years | (2 lines) | also | w. t. bonyun | died 10'= not. 
1903 j AGED 52 YRS. I (1 line.) 



78 MONUMENTAL INSCUIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

529. SACBEI) I TO THE MEMORY OF | MAB-Y ANN | WIFE OF | JOHN 

MUNRO ESQUIRE | or this island | she depabted this life | 24'= sep- 

TEMBEE 1836 I aged 27 TEA^RS. 



530. (4 lines) [ RICHARD SKINNER aRIFFITH ESQR M.D. | who 

DEPARTED THIS LIFE | ON THE 15^= OF OCTOBER 1833 | AGED 26 TEARS. 



531. SACRED | to the Memory of \ ARABELLA HINDS | infant daughter 
of SAMi- S. FORTE, | who departed this life August S^^ 1839 | Aged 17 
Months I Also I . . . BETH (broken) WALCOTT FORTE | Died May 10*^^ 
1864 I Aged 50 Years. 



532. Enclosed by iron railing : — 

H. JONES I Died October 5«' 1866 | Aged 68 Years | MARY JANE 
JONES I Died November 13*1* 1868 | Aged 67 Years \ (4 lines.) 



533. Large mausoleum : — 

Sacred to the Memory of | Sarah Christian Hawkesworth | Wife of | William 
Hawkesworth | who departed this life ] May 10*^^ 1830 | Aged 41 Years. 



534. Cross in curb and low railing : — 

In iLobmg |Hemon> of | ^ht\ Clmcftett Born 1775 ©teU 1854 | anU 
man) Sutfittj Cltncftctt f)i^ totfe | Born 1788 HieU 1862 | (i line.) 

1851, Jan. 10. In Jamaica, the Rev. Gr. M. Clinckett, Incumbent of St. 
Matthews Claremont, yst. s. of Abel C. esq. of B. to Jane, yst. dau. of the 1. Rev. 
Wm. Henry of Tooting, Surrey. (" Gr.M.," 545.) 



535. Large mausoleum : — 

Sacretr | to tl^e l^emor^ of | M^ JOHN m^ohlery | who departed 

THIS LIFE I ON THE 3"'' OF APRIL 1832 1 AGED ] 9 YEARS. 



536. On plate enclosed by iron railing : — 

THE FAMILY] Bttttal piace I of EDWARD HENRY and | ROBERT 
ARTHUR MARSHALL. 



537. On ])late enclosed by iron railing : — 

BURIAL PLACE | of | W. H. & I. C. | ALLDER. 



538. At the west end of No. 535 are three white marble tablets : — 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF ] HENRY CUMMING | WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE i ON THE 5''= OF DECEMBER 1839 ! AGED 20 YEARS. 



ST. Michael's cathedral. 79 

539. SACKED TO THE MEMORY OF | MICHAEL CAVAN ESQUIRE ] who 

DIED THE 6™ JUNE 1832 | AGED 53 TEARS | A NATIVE OF SCOTLAND AND FOR | 
THIRTY YEARS A MERCHANT OF THIS ISLAND | (7 Hnes.) 

1832, June 6. At B. a. 52, Michael Cavaii, esq. many vears a resident 
merchant. (" Gr.M.," 94.) 



540. SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | DAVID M^ OHLERT I WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE I ON THE G''" NOA^EMBER | 1836, ] AGED 27 YEARS. 



541. SACRED ] to | the memory of | MISS SARAH GRIFEITH | Who 
departed this | Life in the Faith | and Fear of I CHRIST I JULY 19"' 1851 1 
AGED 75 YEARS. 



542. SACRED | to the memory of I JOHN WEEKES JONES | who 
departed this life | January 7"' 1852 | aged 30 years | (3 lines; placed by wife.) 



.543. SACRED | to the memory of | SARAH ANN | the beloved Avife of | 
SAMUEL M. ALLEYNE. | who Died on the 13"' of May 1850 | aged 
61 years | (4 lines) | SAMUEL MAYNARD ALLEYNE 1 died | 13"' May 
1855. I aged 68 | (1 line.) 



544. ^acreO to tlje mcmori) I of \ ELIZABETH | Wife of GEORGE 
BROOMFIELD | Died SP^ Julyl839 j Aged 44 Years | ALSO | MRS EMILY 
STEVENSON j daughter of' the above | died 24''h nov* 1847 | aged 

28 YEARS. 



545. SACRED i to I the memory of | JOHN HENRY LAWRENCE 
MASTER MARINER | Who departed this Life | .tuly 9"' 1852 | aged 40 years 
(4 lines.) 

546. IN MEMORY [ of\ HENRY CHEESMAN ] Died 8"' of DecV | 1844, | 
Aged 44 Years. 



547. These three ledgers are in the walk : — 

ANN OASKIN MAYERS | DEPARTED THIS LIFE | APRIL 20''^' 1832, AGED ^S^ 
YEARS I AND | MARTHA ANN CRICHLOW | MAYERS | DEPARTED THIS LIFE j NOV. 
\^^^ 1832 I AGED 75 YEARS | ALSO | TUE BODY OF ISABKILA | . . WIS WIFE OP 
JOHN I LEWIS AND DAUGHTER | OF WILTSHIRE AND SARA | STANT(on) WHO 
DEPARTED | THIS | LIFE THE 17'" OF APRIL 1811 j AGED 63 YEARS. 



548. 2ro I THE MEMORY OF | JANE | WIDOW OF | RICHARD FARMER 

ESQ^E I OF THIS ISLAND | SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE | FEBRUARY 9'^ 1832 | AGED 
77 YEARS. 



80 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

549. SACBED TO THE MEMORY OF | EICHAED MEREITE, I WHO DEPAETED 
THIS LIFE THE 10^= JUKE 1832 | AGED 72 TEAKS | ALSO | JOHN ETCHAED, SON 
OF I CHAELOTTE ELIZABETH AND JOHN C. ALLDEE | WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE THE 

9T« .TUNE 1833 I AGED 12 MONTHS | ALSO | CHAELOTTE ELIZABETH 

ALLDEE, I WIFE OF .TOIIN C. ALLDEE, | A>D DATTGHTEE to EICHAED MEREITE I 

(3 lines) | (died) on the 15'^^ AUorsT 1833, | in the 25'"' teae of hee age. 



550. Grranite headstone : — 

In |Wcmon> | of 1 samuel thomas | yeaeavood | born 22^ 

1831 I DIED 24"' APRIL 1887. 



551. Uneven to il)c|«fmovi> | of 1 William octaa^us simmons | 

BOUN IN THE ISLAND OF SABA 28^= JAN. | 1854 | DIED IN THIS ISLAND 17^^= APEIL 

1874 I (8 lines ) 



552. Headstone within curbed grave : — 

SacreU to tlje IHemon) | of | C. M. HAMMOND | mastee of ameeican 
BARQUE I Monfezuma \ who depaeted this life | jult 29^« 1874 | aged 
42 yeaes. 



553. White marble fragment : — 

e. n. c. e. m. a. 

554. Large mausoleum : — 

Saceed ! To the memory of | P. HAERIER | who died aug. IS^h 1873 
(9 lines ; by wife.) 



555. Headstone in curbed grave : — 
HOLLINaSWOETH. 



556. Headstone over vault : — 

(1 line) I SACKED | to the memory of | ELIZABETH NICOLLS | 
CEICK, I Died 26'i' Sep. 1836, | Aged 60 | SACEED | to the memory of | 
ELIZABETH MAETINDALE | AEMSTEON&, | Died 28"' Sep. 1870, | Aged 
39 I also I to the memory of | ELIZABETH LESLIE AEMSTRONG | Died 
August 18*^ 1877, Aged 75 Trs. [ She tvas Donghter of the Former j and Mother 
of the latter. 

557. White marble upright : — 

In IWemori? of 1 heney sacheveeal smith | atwood | who 

departed this life | the 5"' September 1832, | Aged 31 Years | (4 lines) j Here 
also lies his Infant Son JOHN, | died July 17"' 1827 aged 3 Months | and his 
Niece Amelia Jane Atwood | 12'*' November 1831 aged 4 Months. 



558. THOMAS WALTON | obit july 19, 1839 | jetat 63 | (3 lines.) 



ST. MICHAEL S CATHEDRAL. 81 

559. Two white marble headstones in curbed grave : — 

In Hobing IWemovi? I of | our father | james young edghill | 

WHO WAS CALLED HENCE | 1" OCT. 1897 | AGED 76 TEARS | (2 lines.) 

On a second stone : — 

CAROLIKE EDGHTLL | .TOTNED THE RAiS'SOMED HOST ] EASTER-EVE 1894. 



560. Headstone : — 
T. A. N. 



561. IN MEMORY I OF | JOHN WASHINGTON TEARWOOD | who died 
on the 9'!' Marcli 1853 | aged 39 ykars j (1 line.) 



562. Beneath this Stone [ rest the Remains of | LAURA | Daughter of 
BENJAMIN and ELIZABEPH A. CHAPMAN j who departed this life July 
30"' 1817. I at the Age of 12 Years | (22 lines) | Also | To the Memory of | 
JAMES CHAPMAN, M.D. | who died December 3''^ 1868 | Aged 61 Years. 



563. Metal plate on headstone : — 

MARGARET HARB . . . | SISNETT Aged [ 79 Years | Died April 26. 



564. Headstone : — 

SACRED I to the memory | of | ELLEN T. MELVIN | who died Jany 
17'^' I 1852 I aged 5 Years | 9 months. * 



565. Headstone : — 

HERE I lie the remains of | CLEMENTINA | the beloved Wife of | 
CHAS E. Y. CROUCH \ Who departed this life | Sept«' 25>i' 1863 | aged 

26 YEARS. 



566. Headstone : — 

SACRED I to the Memory of | AV^ JONES, | who departed this life | 
December 20"' 1840 | aged 51 years. 



567. Headstone : — 

lit fJiremOVl) of | MARY bailey | Born 25 Dec. 1795 | died 16 sep. 
1874. 



568. Headstone : — 

ROBERT I Son of | JA^ CARSTAIRS | died | 1" dec" 1851 | aged 

12 YEARS. 



»2S MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

569. Ledger:— 

. . CEED I . . Memory of | JOSEPH OSTREHAN | who departed this 
Life I August 7''' 1809 | Aged 52 Years. 



570. On ail iron plate fixed to railing : — 

THE BUKTAL PLACE | OP | WiLLIAM J. Ki>g's | FaMILY. 

On a white marble headstone inside : — 

SACEED I to the memory of | W^ J. KING, M.D. | ^^ho departed this 
life I April 4^'' 1851. | erected by his wife ann. 

On another headstone inside : — 

In memory of I WILLIAM WILSON Juk'' | of the retreat. | kkak 

WHITEHAVEN, CUMBEBLAND j (several lines) I BUT died on the 28»» OCT« 1889 I 
one month AFTER HIS ARRIA^AL | (several lines) | also | the rev" JOS. HELLI- 
WELL I THE MICH ESTEEMED PASTOR | OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH ] 

WHITEHAVEN WHO DIED ON | THE 10^" FEB^ 1840 | (3 lines ; friend of Wilson.) 



571. Headstone : — 

WM RT PRICE I Died I JAN^ lO'i' 1840 | Aged 22 Years. 



572. White marble headstone: — 

a^O tlje memory of | Josephine | Born 1«^ November 1854 I DIED 
18'= APRIL 1913 I (1 line.) 



573. In l^obtng l^emorj? of | IDA | daughter of s. w. king | died 

8'= DEC. 1910 I AGED 21 YEARS | (1 line.) 



574. G. DUNCAN GITTENS | " PRIEST " [ died sep. 3«i> 1893 | aged 

79 YEARS I RECTOR OF S' LUCYS | FOR 35 YEABS | MARY J. GITTKNS I WIFE 
OF THE ABOVE | DIED FEB. 19'^" 1898 | AGED 79 YEARS. 

As 2 s. of John of B., cler., matric. from Trin. Coll., Oxf., 30 Oc-t. 1834, 
a. 30. 



575. Headstone over curbed grave : — 

HENRIETTA SMITH | Born Jan«^ 15'= 1812 | died oct« 15™ 1895. 



576. FAMILY BURIAL PLACE | OF | JULIUS BEANKER. 



577. White marble cross : — 

M I lobmg f«emorg I of | ROBERT challenor, esquire | who 

DEPARTED THIS LIFE | ON THE 16'= DAY OF JULY 1907 | AGED 65 YEARS. 



578. H. 17'= Nov« 1870. 



ST. MiCHAEL*S CATHEDRAL. 8^ 



579. Headstone :- 



In I i^emor^ of | Joseph Jones Kedman | who died june 28^= 1875 

AGED 35 TEARS. 



580. B. INNISS. 

581. Large mausoleum : — 
H. G. PEIRCE. 

582. White marble cross : — 

In Loving Memoey | JOHN SIMPSON HOWELL I died august 13'= 
1899. 



583. Red granite cross : — 

In Loving Memokt | of | JOHN MILNE J who died 24'= march 1883. 

And on a grey granite headstone : — 

$n I iLobing Utemorj? | of | ALICE | beloved wife of I FRED 
DURANT I DIED 28'= of November 1897. 



584. BURIAL PLACE | OF | E. F. HUNTE. 



585. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | SARAH MASSIAH FIELD I THE 
BELOVED WIFE OF JAMES E. FIELD I WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE APRIL 15'= 
18S7 I AGED 42 TEARS | ALSO JAMES O. FIELD son of THE ABOVE | WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE .TULT 15'= 1890 | AGED 16 TEARS AND 7 MONTHS | ALSO TO 
OUR DKAR FATHER | JAMES E. FIELD | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE SEPT. 
7'= 1903 I AGED 64 TEARS | AND OUR DARLING ADA H. FRENCH | THIS 
MKMORFAL TABLET IS ERECTED 1 BY JAMES E. FIELD ESQ^* | (3 llnCS ; tO 

liis wife and son.) 



586. White marble cross, tiled space. On west side : — 

in liftemOVtam | JULIA, | the beloved wife OF j THE Revd THOMAS 
CLARKE, I rector of s' Michaels, j born 25 april 1816, died 20 sep. 
1870. I THOMAS CLARKE m.a. cantab : ( rector op s' Michaels cathe- 
dral 1842 — 1898 I appointed first dean of Barbados 1886 | born 25 nov. 

1810, DIED 11 JAN. 1900. 
On north side : — 

WAPLE, I eldest SISTER OF THE REV" THO** CLARKE | BORN 11 OCT. 1805, 
DIED 3 SEP. 1889. 

On south side : — 

Annie millicent clarke | born 17 aug. 1876, died 2 oct. 1876 | PEKCY 
WILMOTT CLARKE | born 19 dec. 1873, died 6 mar. 1S77. | W^ 
COLERIDGrE CLARKE I son of dean clarke I born 27'= april 1841, died 
17'= JULT 1907. 



84 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

587. "White marble cross : — 

EEV. EENEST A. CUTTINa, B.A. | Born 14th Oct. 1857 | Died 12^^ Feb. 
1883 I (1 line.) 

At foot of grave : — 

ttt Hotomg Ittemovj) of | EMMELINE P. CUTTING I DIED 28''= 
FEB"*^ 1895 I AGED 33 TEABS | (1 line.) 



588. White marble, broken column : — 

$n I Hobittg l^iemor^ of | norman j. d. cummins | who died 

APEIL 3«" 1887 j AGED 25 TEABS | (2 lines.) 



589. White marble cross : — 

In Loving Memory of a wedded life | and of MAEY WORRELL 

{MAMIE) AND HEE INFANT, | THE WIFE AND SON OF W. VeRSEPUY FitZTHOMAS, 

Solicitor and J. P. | who on the morning of the 4'"= august 1884, entered 
INTO their rest | (1 line) | In iWCttlonam I MX dear brother W, VERSE- 
PUY FITZTHOMAS {WILLIE) Solicitor and J.P. | born 5^= October 
1840, DIED 12^H FEBRUARY 1891 | (2 lines.) 



590. Red granite slab : — 

In MEMORY OF | JULIA AMANDA | beloved wife of | ALEX® A. 
COLE I died 29^h mat 1909 | aged 56 tears. 



591. Near road wall : — 

FAMILT BURIEL PLACE I OF I REG^ E. BARROW. 



592. IN I LOVING MEMORT OF | BESSIE ] Wife of I JAMES D. LAMONT, 
BORN 14^" JUNE 1850 I Died 15th Sept. 1889. 



593. IN LOVING MEMORT OF | MY DEAR MOTHER | JUDITH SOMMER- 

VILLE. I DIED 15^= MARCH 1888 I AGED 61 TEARS \ (1 line.) 



594. Headstone and cross : — 

Sacred | to the memory of | JOHN A. BLACKMAN | Ohit Januv 20^^ 
1882 1 Affed 52 Years \ (4 lines.) 



595. Headstone: — 

JAS CULPEPPER DRAYTON | died | 28 June 1905 ] aged 74. 
ELIZ : MELICENT BROWNE | died | 31 July 1911 | aged 85. 



si'. Michael's cathedral. 8fe 

596. Cross:— 

E. C. T. I ELVIE 1 1889. 

At foot : — 

RESTING IN HOPE | BENEATH | THIS TREE | MARY E. SKIN^NER | 1877 | 
AND I ELVIRA COX THORNE | (" ELVIE ") | SEP. 1889 | TABLET & CROSS ] PLACED 
BY THEIR I NIECE & SISTER | ELIZA S. THORNE. 



597. In wall :— 

WILHELMINA BASCOM | BieU | 25 aug. 1892 ] aged 75. 



598. F. F. JONES | Died 10 June I 1874. 



599. In wall :— 

S. WALTER BABER | died 1 1^^ sep^ 1901 [ aged 5G. 

J. W. ATKINS I died | 25 January 1873 j aged 37. 

E. HAMPDEN PILE | died | 15^= june 1911 | aged 83. 
(Above 3 over one grave.) 



600, White marble headstone : — 

$tt SacveO fWcmorj) of | Nicholas evans | died 12^^^ june 1875 \ 

FRANCIS HENRY WALROND | died 24tii octR 1880 \ FRANCIS 
HENRY EVANS | died I^t aug. 1897 \ SUSANNAH EVANS | died lO^J^ 
janY 1901 I JOANNA WALROND EVANS | died 23^^ ' qct. 1901 \ 

AGED 53 YEABS. 



601. Wall:— 

The family I burial place | of | R. J. WORM | 1890. 



602. Wall:— 

The family ) burial place ] of | I. W. CRONEY. 



603. On two headstones : — 

EDWARD WAITE died nov. 1869 aged 73 y". 

SARAH WAITE died may 1873 aged 70 y'\ 



604. Headstone : — 

SACRED I TO THE memory of 1 T. W. BELLAMY | who departed this 

life 1 THE 10 OF SEPTEMBER 1855 | AGED 48 YEABS. 



86 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

605. Cross:— 

M. H. C. 1870. S. R. M. 1854. 



606. Ledger much flaked : — 

To the Memory of | A beloved son | F. JACKMAN BOWEN | who 
departed this life | July 1. 1865 | Aged 19 Years | (4 lines) | saeah geiffith | 
AGED 81 I DIED 14 jan". 1891 | (1 line.) 



607. %neiX&B I to the Memory of ] EGBERT ELDER KERR 

Assistant Surgeon | H.M.S. Atalanta | died Feby 4:^^ \ 1859 | Aged 26 Years 
(2 lines) | The Deceased was born at \ Campbeltown Argyleshire. 



608. Loose headstone : — 

Here lieth y« body | of Joseph Bvsbet Ivnio'' | who departed this | life y' 
25*1* of luly 1700 | Aged 19 years and 11 | moneths. 

Burial not found in 1700 or 1706. 



Archer records the following 13 stones which have probably disappeared : — 

609. RiCHAED B . . . . died 1685. 

610. Capt. CHEiSTOPHEE J5EADBUET, died 14 Aug. 1685. 

611. Doha Boelle, died Aug. 6, 1723. 

612. Joseph Boulsteod, son of edwaed boulsteod, and mildeed his wife 
Born 18 Feb. 1G44, in the parish of Little S* Bartholomew, London, died 1675. 

613. heney caetee, died 1753. 

614. JOHN feewex, died 1669 aged 44. 

615. JONATHAN fullee died 1682. (Fragment.) 

616. gaeeett .... died Oct. 1729 aged 60. 

617. Col. JOHN HASsiTT. (Fragment.) This is most likely Hallett. 

618. Capt. John moody, died 1673. 

619. EDWAED peaece, died Dec. 19, 1725. 

620. ELIZABETH dau. of ... . SMITH, wife of .... d. 1680, aged 15 {sic). 

621. JOHN .... died 1715 aged 63. 



87 

PARISH REGISTER OF ST. MICHAEL. 

BUBIALS.* 

1649-50 Feb. 17 Cap* Edw. Ellis fro on board ship 

1650 July 23 M" Byam in y* church 

„ Oct. 3 M"" Morris the minister of S*^ Greorge 
16ff Feb. 14 Lady Hincks in church 

1651 April 19 Docto'- Ric^i Vines. Ch. 

[G-ap from 22 June 1655 to 25 Aug. 1656, from 28 June 1658 to Dec. 1660, 
and from 22 April 1663 to 15 Aug. 1664.] 

166f Mar. 23 M'" Geo. Brehoult of Lynn 

1665 June 30 Cap* Samuel Vinor in the C. 

Dec. 21 Jn« Wadlow Esq'. Ch. 

1661 Jan. 1 Eliz^ the wife of Ric^ Nubold Esq: dyed the 26*'' Dec'' 1665 and 

the next day buryed in Plantnsion 

1667 April 12 M'« Jude the wife of M'" Nich" Blake in Ch : 

„ Nov. 21 Eliza the daughter of Roger Lovell Esq. 

1669 Dec. 1 Lieut. Gen' Hen. Wiiloughby in the Church 

1671 May 10 M'« Bridgett the wife of M*' Nich^ Prideaux in Ch : 

„ June 26 M'' Edw** Pelham merch* 

1678 April 29 Coll" Jn" Redmanf 
1674 April 28 M'" Cornelius De Witt 

„ July 15 Mons'' Henry Ant" de la roche 

1679 July 23 S' Thomas Warner k. 

„ Aug. 8 Coll : Geo : Thornborough in Ch : 

1680 Oct. 30 M'- Maurice Trant 

„ Dec. 27 M'- G-abriel Newman & M" Sarah Crisp 

1681 June 21 Coll. W"' Beale in Ch : 

1682 May 6 Hellenor Lynch fro"" Antigua 

1690 Dec. 26 M'' Nathan' liddon Attor : Gen' in y<= Church 

1691 May 25 M>- Roger Lovell 

„ Oct. 4 M"" John Netherway 

1694 Oct. 12 Coll : John Berringer in Church 

„ Nov. 7 The Hon'''« John Whetstone Depy Secretary of y^ Island 

1700 Dec. 4 Coll" Jn" Johnson 

1701 Aug. 9 W"' Beresford Esq. in Church 

1702 May 2 Richard Bowles Esq. 

170| Mar. 6 Rich^ Forstall Esq'« in Church 

1703 June 27 Elizab"' y^ wife of W"' Heysham Esq'" in Church 
170| Mar. 10 The Hon^'^ Coll" W' Wheeler 

I7|t Mar. 22 James Cowse Esq-" in y^ Chancell 

1713 Aug. 11 Mad'" Judith Johnson widow of Coll" John Johnson deced 

17i| Jan. 13 M' VV" Pike of Antigua 

1715 Aug. 9 Isaac Lenoir Esq"" Sec^" of y^ Island 

1723 Aug. 1 Hou'^'e Robert Vaughan Esq'' in the Chancel 

172| Mar. 12 Susannah wife of M'" Rowland Trvon 

172f Feb. 27 M'' Richard Trant 

1727 May 16 The hon'''" John Lenoir Esq'" 

1729 April 8 Coll" John Whetstone 

17§f Feb. 4 Coll" Benjamin Bullard in the Church a Sermon 

1730 Aug. 24 Coll" Robert Harper Esq'*' 

* These were jotted down at random, and they mostly do not relate to the principa 
landed families. 

t See notes of this family in the New England Register, p. 367, by G. A. Moriarty, 
October 1913, 



88 MONUMENTAL INSCKIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

Joseph Sherwood Esq*" a Councillor at Law » 

The Rev'' IM"" Alex>" Le Hunt Sector o£ S* Lucys in the New 

Chancel 
His Excellency the houble Kobert Byng Esq. in the new 

Chancel 
Coll" Eichard Forstall Esq"" in the Church 
Humphry Breadie a poor Scotchman aged 103 years 
(A burial in the " old chancel ") 
The honb''= Edward Legg Commodore Commander of his 

Majesty's ship the Captain in the Chancel 
Eob^ Joycelin Esq'" 
George Gascoigne Esq»" 
Cap" William Ellery of Boston 
Thomas Tunckes Esq'' in y*^ Church 
Eliza Papon wife to Caj)^ Papon went down to Martinico on y*^ 

Expedition 
John Cargil Esq'' Judge of Dominico 
Thos Bedford Esq'' 
Anthony Lynch Esq'" 
John Carter Esq'" 
The Hon* Hamlet Eairchild 
The Hon^ie Samuel Bedford Esq-" 

The marriages from their commencement in 1648 down to about 1668 were 
printed in the Diocesan Magazine, but they were so incorrectly transcribed that 
they are of little value. 

On p. 379 of the 1st volume of St. Michael's Parish Register is a list of the 
plate of 25 Oct. 1688. One large chalice and cover and pair of flagons were the 
gift of Edwyn Stede, Lieut.-Gov., and a bason of Mr. John Milles. 

Peregrine Tho. Hopson, b. 5 June 1696 ; Col. of 29 Eeg. and 40 Eeg., Maj.- 
Gen , Gov. of Nova Scotia 1752-5 ; d. in command of the troops at Guadaloupe 
27 Feb. 1759, and was buried in tlie chancel of St. Michael's, Barbados, Monda}^, 
19 March 1759. AVill proved P.C.C. ("Notes and Queries," 11 Ser., viii., 443.) 

Eichard Harris, d. 11 Feb. 1735-6, aged 62. He was a good portrait painter 
from Southstoke near Bath, had resided in B. 30 years, and was buried at the 
S.E. end of S^ Michaels churchyard. (See the original " Caribbeana," vol. ii., 
pp. 124, 127, 128.) 

1736, Aug. 4, Wed. Last Sat. was buried M"" Nich. Hope, attorney at law, a 
distant relative of Sir Jos. Jekyl, Master of the Eolls, leaving 2 young sons. 
{Ihid., 166.) ■ , 



1731 
1731 


Sep. 
Feb. 


23 
22 


1740 


Oct. 


7 


1741 


July 


25 


1743 


Oct. 


26 


174| 


Feb. 


28 


1747 


Sep. 


19 


1752 


Nov. 


1 


1753 


July 


26 


1759 


Aug. 


15 


„ 


Nov. 


8 


1762 


Jan. 


12 


1764 


Nov. 


8 


1766 


Jan. 


4 


1767 
1769 


July 
Sep. 
Sep. 
Mav 


18 
17 
22 
17 



The earliest church in Bridgetown formerly stood in the " old churchyard," 
where St. Mary's Avas erected in 1825. This is shewn on the accompanying plan, 
Avhich is a reduced copy of the one drawn by Mayo in 1712 — 21 and engraved by 
Senex in 1722. 

A great fire in 1666, which destroyed the town, may have included the church. 
Most of the houses were of wood (Lygon, p. 40), but by an Act of 1667 stone and 
brick were to be used. 

The present cathedral, dedicated to St. Michael, is stated to have been built in 
1665 on a new site half a mile away to the east of the town. 

It was destroyed by the Hurricane of 1780, when, of eleven churches and three 
chapels, only those of St. Peter, St. Andrew, and All Saints were left standing. 
The church was rebuilt on the same site, and reopened in 1786. The great 
Hurricane of 1831 broke the roof and flooded the vaults, cracking many of the 
floor slabs, but the main structure did not suffer. 



( 89 ) 

ST. LEONAED'S CHAPEL IN BRIDaETOWN. 
622. Above the pulpit, on a brass : — 

IN MEMOlilAM I PEBCT LAWBANCE GEEAYES | AGED 10 TEAES | ELDEST SON 
OF THE EEV" | JOHN lAWEANCE | AND ( EVELINA GEEAVES j SUDDENLY CALLED 

AWAY I OCTOBEE 4^« 187G | (4 Hnes.) 



623. On wall above pulpit north side of chancel arch. Ceest. — ? A hind's 
head erased : — 

IN MEMOEY OF | ANGUS FRASEE. | who died feom an accident, 9'^^ 
OCT" 1857, I aged 3 yeaes and 6 months | he was the third son of rose 

DEMPSTER FRASE1}, \ A.\D JJIS REMAINS WERE INTERRED | IN THE BURIAL FLACE 
OF THIS CHAPEL. 



624. North wall of chancel. Brass : — 

(2 lines) j ii^ououraiilc ^XilUam ^arfeev ILcacocft, | Born m ti^t» 
$»lanti jranuavD 2ist 1838, ! ©tetJ at im I«tte rrstUnice '* i^a^IetoooU " 
ITuU) 22nif 1912 | "0^ toas tije eltJest son of tije | late JTosepij Heatocfe 

hV a SeCOnU marriage | (2 lines ; erected by widow.) 
See No. 290 for note of his father's vault. 



625. East window : — 

In Loving Memoey of my husband dudley page cotton | who died 
July 30^« 1880 | e. j. c. 1884. 



626. Marble tablet and brass on south wall of chancel : — 

Ceest. — A lion rampant. Aems. — Afess Gules between three lions rampant. 
Motto.— PEiNCiPiis obsta. Bust of deceased in a square above the shield. 

to the GLOEY of god I AND IN MEMOEY OF ( HENEY ALBERT 
THOENE I MAJOE OF THE WEST AFEICAN BEGIMENT | AND FOEMEELY OF 
2**» WEST INDIA EEGIMENT | SECOND SON OF HENEY EDWAED THOENE | AND 
EMMA LOUISE JANE HIS WIFE | (6 lines of SCrvicc) I BOBN 18 DECEMBEE 1866 | 
DIED AT SIKEEA LEONE 20 JULY 1903. 

He is stated to have transcribed the M.I. of St. Michael's, but the MS. was 
not shewn me, though I offered to edit it for his family. 



627. South wall of chancel : — 

S'o tl)e (Klorij of €ioU anU tn memori) of | ©Ihot Stasett Houis | 
»on of ^Tijomas lLom» ©ftqif of tijis IfslanD | anU <5ranB0on of aOmiral 
Sir STijomas ILouis JSart | ift?e toas a constant toorsijipper tn tijis erijurdj 
from 1872 I a IHemijer of tije Committee anH a ILai) lUeatier | |^e toetit 
to CnglanU in 1893 iuijere i^e DietJ in i3ri»tol on Jfiine Qtij 1911 | 
©reeteU t)i> ijis most sineere frienti | Jf. Uonijam Smitij esqr« tS.#. | 
probost ftarsijal | (i line.) 



90 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

628. South side of chancel arch : — 

Irit iftemoriam | the eev» hamble .tames leacock, | born in 

THE PARISH OF S^ LUCYS BARBADOS, | 4"^^ FEBRUARY 1794, | DIED AT FREETOWN 
SIERRA LEONE | 20'ik AUGUST 1856, | AGED 61 YEARS AND 6 MONTHS | (18 lillCS ; 

first Minister of this chapel, then Missionary to West Africa.) 



629. South wall of nave. Brass : — 

Sacteti to I ti)t 0itmovv of 1 Brucie finntfts Hitfttin | Son of 1 
l^tltn JF. anU Jfameft 13. nmiin I Born 2i^t ^av 1884 | Hifti 

30tl) JlfWl^ 1885 I (3 lines; erected by brothers and sisters.) 



680. South wall of nave : — 

IN MEMORY OF | JOHN HEYES I who died at Bath England | on the 
21»* December 1867 | aged 44 years. 



631. North wall of nave. Brass : — 

TO THE GLORY OP GOD ( AND IN MEMORY OP | TlPE EEV. E. G. 

SINCKLER I Incumbent op S^ Leonard's \ 1855 — 1881 | the north aisle 

OP THIS church I WAS ERECTED AND CONSECRATED | IN THE YEAR OP OUR 

Lord 1883. 

1854, Sept. 5. At St. Pancras, Jas. W. Sinckler, M.D. of B. to Maria-Jane, 
only dau. of the late Capt. Theophilus Patterson E.M. (" Gr.M.," 618.) 



632. North wall of nave. Brass : — 

IN I memory I OF I THOMAS BOWEN M.D. | born 4^= march 1837 
DIED 27'^'* FEBRUARY 1906 | (10 lines.) 



633. Brass below : — 

IN LOVING MEMORY OF | EEANCIS GODING BOWEN, b.a., m.b., b.c, 
Cantab: | m.r.c.s., l.r.c.p. London | second son of | THOMAS BOWEN, 

M.D., I WHO DIED AT FORT JaMESON, NORTH EASTERN RHODESIA | ON 17'^= 

FEBRUARY 1905 | AGED 31 | (1 line.) 



634. IN SACRED AND LOVING REMEMBRANCE OP | CHAKLES EDWAED 

TEARWOOD I SON op w** rich" and john* (n15e davidson) yearwood | 

AND GRANDSON OF JOHN AND SUSANNAH (n^E LyNCH) DAVIDSON | HE WAS BORN 
27^^ JUNE 1844, AND DIED 28™ DEC* 1879 I ALSO IN ME.VOBY OP | MURIEL 

OLIVE ROSE YEARWOOD | born 6™ sept« l.s71, ujed 27'^ dec« 1872. \ 
AND MARY OLIVE YEARWOOD I born 16™ march 1878, died 25™ nov» 
1887. I AND JOHN DAVIDSON DALRYMPLK YEARAVOOD | born 

29™ MARCH 1874, DIED 26™ MAY 1876. I CHILDREN OF THE ABOVE | (2 lines.) 



There must be ^n error here. 



91 

635. IN Sacred and Loving Eemembrance of | JAMES MANNING, 
M.D. I SON OF JOHN AND ELIZABETH ANNE | (n6e Thurbarne) 
MANNING I AND GRANDSON OF WILLIAM MANNING | he was born 
AUGUST 1814, & DIED 24''« JUNE 1883 I (2 lines) | also in memory of | 
CHARLES MANNING | son of the above | who was born & died 
SEPT" 1845. 

1825, Aug. At Kendal, T. J. Manning, esq, of B. to Anne-Cath-Rose, dau. of 
Fred. Nassau, esq. of St. Osyth Priory, Essex. (" G.M.," 270.) 

Chas. Jas., o. s. of Jas. M. of St. Geo., Barbados, M.D. Queen's Coll. Oxf., 
matric. 20 Ap. 1866, a. 19. (Foster.) 

The late Mrs. Graham Tearwood, who d. 2 Jan. 1915, aged 65, was a dau. of 
the above. 



636. North wall of nave. Brass : — 

En sacreti mn lobtng remembvattte of | 0i^^^^^ (tiSi^WUF^^^ 
%0m$b I ^^e men in lEnglanDi on tlje 2iit jTehvumj 1875 | in tije 

28tl) i>ear of i)tV age | (4 lines ; erected by her husband Elliot Grasett 
Louis.) 



637. Font:— 

fin memor» of lEmma Sojjfjta (Kolciroofee UeceafteU ISastev lEbe 



The burial ground ai'ound the Church is very extensive. I have only copied 
a few inscriptions. I noticed stones to Berkeley, Blackwood, Bowen, Groney, 
Hiuksoii 1864, Laurie, Nurse 1862, Thorne 1865. 

638. On a cross: — 

tn lotiing remembrance | of | JULIA SOPHIA | wife of j William 

ROBINSON I GOVERNOR IN CHIEF OF THE j WINDWARD ISLANDS | WHO DIED 
AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE | ON THE 10" | AUGUST 1881 | AGED 42 | (3 lines.) 

She was dau. of the Rev. R. Dampier of Rownhams, Southampton, and was 
m. in 1863 as his 1st wife. He was Gov. of Barbados 1885, Trinidad 1880 — 91, 
Hong Kong 1891—98, G.C.M.G. 1897, and d. early in 1914. His dau. is the 
wife of Mr, Aucher AVarner, Solicitor General of Trinidad. 



639. Cast iron obelisk with cherubs, etc. On the west face : — 

^acreU | to tlje memory of | i5en|amin nUtmt | UieD 21 Scremijer 
1865 I ageti 52 j)ears | €l0o of | <!»eorgeana i'ijts beloijelK U)ife | UieU 
29 Sttlj) 1885 I ageti 69 Dears. 



640. Another tall obelisk. On the west face : — 

$n lobmg remembrance | of | JOHN alleyne esq | Died in London 

24"^ Nov'" 1875 | and was interred | in Kensal Green Cemetery | edith may | 

tiaug()ter of 1 james and Florence hinkson | tiitXi I4tib j^o^ember 1875, 



92 MONTTMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

On the east face : — 

In Memory of | Sarah | Martindale Dean | (Sister of the late \ Greorgeana 
Alleyne) | died 12 Aug. 1893 | Aged 70 Y". 

On the south face : — 

EEEGTED | TO THE BEVERED MEMORY | OF | JOHN ALLEYNE | BORN 6 
APRIL 1819 I DIED 28 JUNE 1869 1 BT HIS WIDOW AND CHILDREN. 



641. Obelisk within iron railing : — 

EMILY WOREELL ORAHAM | eldest daughter of the late j 

COMMISSARY GENERAL | CHARLES GrRAHAM I AND ANNE HIS WIFE | DIED 
OF FEVER IN THIS ISLAND | OCTOBER 11^= 1855, | AGED 21 YEARS | (3 lines ; 

by surviving brother and sister.) 

This is the oldest stone in the burial-ground. 



642. White marble headstone enclosed by iron railing: — 

S^CHiEB I To the Memory of | LIEU^ J. T. COOKE. | 49'= 
EEGiMENT | WHO DIED IN BARBADOS on the 10 of July 1859 I Aged 27 Years | 
(4 lines.) 



643. Ledger enclosed by iron railing : — 

IN MEMORY I of \ THOMAS WILLIAMS ESQ. | Assistant Commissary 
G-eneral | to | Her Majesty's Forces | who died at Barbados on the | 7*^ day of 
October 1862 | Aged 40 Years | (4 lines.) 



644. SacreU | to the memory OF 1 SAMUEL BROCK ALDER | dep. 

ASSIST^ com. GEN^ I WHO DIED AT BARBADOS ON THE | ll''^ JULY 1859, AGED 
29 YEARS & 3 DAYS | (5 liuCS.) 



ST. PAUL'S CHAPEL, BRIDGETOWN. 

This is close to the old Barracks on the Savannah, and was much used by the 
officers. It was built in 1830—32. 

645. On west wall of nave, south side : — 

TO THE memory OF | LIEUTENANT COLONEL | ORMSBY PHIBBS, | 
88"^= REGIMENT, | WHO DIED OF YELLOW FEVER ] AT BARBADOES, | ON THE 
17'^'' OF JANUARY 1848, | IN THE 42^^* YEAR OF HIS AGE | (9 lines.) 

See his vault No. 731. 



ST. Paul's chapel, Bridgetown. 93 

646. On west wall of nave, north side : — 

To I DEPUTY COMMISSARY GENERAL | JOHN BANNER PRICE, I WHO 
DIED OF YELLOW FEVEE, | ON HIS PASSAGE | FROM 8^ KITTS TO BARBADOES, | 
ON THE 26^= DAY OF NOVEMBER, | ANNO DOMINI 1849, | AGED 54 YEARS | 

(11 lines.) 



647. North wall of nave : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | M A.J OR ROBERT NOBLE CROSSE. 

K.H. I 36^= REGIMENT, WHO DIED OF YELLOW FEVER | IN THE 50^= YEAR OF 
HIS AGE, ON THE | 1.3^^ NOVEMBER 1838, ON BOARD H. M. SHIP HERCULES : | 
IN CARLISLE BAY BARBADOES : HAVING EMBARKED | WITH THE REGIMENT FOR 
NORTH AMERICA ON THE 10'^^ | (4 lines) | HE SERVED IN THE | 36™ REGIMENT 
FOR AN I UNINTERRUPTED PERIOD OF 33 YEARS, AND | WAS PRESENT WITH IT IN 
THE FOLLOWING | ACTIONS VIZ. BUENOS AYRES, ROLEIA, VIMIERA | CORUNNA, 
ALMEIDA, FLUSHING, FUENTES, D'ONOR | BOTH ST0RMING8 OF THE FORT OF 
SALAMANCA | THE ACTION OF SALAMANCA (WHERE HE WAS WOUNDED) | AND THE 
OPERATIONS BEFORE BURGOS. 

1888, Nor. 13. At B., Major Robert Noble Crosse K.H. 36th reg. 
(" a.M.," 1839, 383.) 



648. North wall of nave : — 

^^©laiEIB I TO THE MEMORY OF j BRYAN PALMES, OF N A BURN, | 

IN THE COUNTY OF YORK, \ CAPTAIN IN THE 52d LIGHT INFANTRY, | WHO DIED 
HERE 1 ON THE 16™ DEC'' 1839, | THE 28™ ANNIVERSARY | OF HIS BIRTH. | 

(5 lines.) 



649. North wall of nave : — 

sacred to the memory of 
Cap'^s Lieu^ 

HONBLE LE P. TRENCH 

B. PALMES, 
Lieu' 

V. A. SURTEES 



R. DE AVIiNTON 
Ensig« 

E. GOUGH 
J. ARCHDALL 



Pay*'^^ J. WINTERBOTTOM & PENELOPE his wife | all of whom 

FELL victims TO YELLOW FEVER | DURING THE TERM OF THE 52*'" LIGHT 
infantry's I SERVICE IN THE WEST INDIES | BETWEKN NOVEMBER 1838, AND 

MARCH 1842 j (4 lines.) 



650. North wall of nave : — 

IN MEMORY OF | JOHN KING MACBREEDY | assistant com- 

MISSARY GENERAL | HE DIED 12™ MAY 1843 AGED 54 YEARS | (6 lines; (0111. 

of 41 years.) 



■ 651. On east wall of nave, north side, are 4 tablets : — 

S^C}£1©13 I TO THE MEMORY OF | JULIA WALLEY I INFANT DAUGHTER 
OF j GEORGE & K: A: T. WALLEY | A.D. 1840. 



94 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

652. SACRED TO THE MEMOBT OF | BEEVET MAJOR WILLIAM KILLI- 

KELLT, I LATE OF THE 36'^= REGIMENT : | WHO DIED AT SEA ON HIS PASSAGE 
HOME I FROM BARBADOES, ON THE 30''= MAf 1839, | IN THE 50™ TEAR OF HIS 

AGE I (8 lines ; present at both captures of Gruadaloupe.) 



653. In loving memory of | KATHLEEN V. GAEDINER | who died in 
Boston after a | short illness on June 5, 1893, | aged 24 years | (2 lines.) 



654. On east wall of nave, north side, regimental badge : — 

SacreO to i^t MtmOV^ | of | c» serj' e. parsons | and I SEBJ' w. 
KENT, I of the P*- Batt" 21** Fusiliers | who died at Barbados, | The former of 
Colonial Fever | on the 8*'' September 1860 j The latter of Yellow Fever | on the 
15th September 1862 | (2 lines.) 



655. North wall of chancel : — 

(5 lines) I Wi1ilL%mm ^<^1^^ 3^1IN<S. MM. I bjJjo mi a^Uep 
in Btm&f I on tije 4t?) of ^prtl i85i | ageU 55 gears | (9 lines.) 

#a«a CI&^Ma.JiiE I In mtmovp of i e?^^iillLi£S HiEaiilS 

^#miis, I oniD ti^m of I emn^iL^Sb mmwim w^m^i& 

e^<!^mem \ an8 m^^W ^^Mm 1Jt» toife. l Bom Nob^r 2nn 

1866. j UteU Bunt 12tl) 1879 | (6 lines.) 



656. IN memory of | HOWARD PLESTOW COX, | ensign 21^^ 

FUSILIERS; I SECOND SON OF G. H. RICHARDSON COX, ESQ*^ | OF 8P0ND0N 
DERBYSHIRE ; | WHO DIED AT BARBADOS, ON THE 31^^ MAY, 1860, | IN THE 
21st YEAR OF HIS AGE | (3 liues.) 



657. A brass : — 

(©ur Ftolet | In liJCemoriam | CoiUelia Fiolet Corijin \ Bie0 in 
pi^tlaDelpijta ISec. 5, 1900 | ^geU 17 »eari8 | (i line.) 



658. South wall of chancel : — 

TO THE MEMORY OF | ANNIE, | THE FONDLY LOVED WIFE OF WILLIAM 

MURRAY .TUN« | WHO | ON THE 5'^= OF APRIL 1855 | (died) | (6 liues.) 



659. WILLIAM RUTHERFORD HAYES, ESQ. | late Consul in Bar- 
bados, from the | United States of America, | who died at Hastings 
Village I the 13'*' of July 1852, | Aged 47 Years | (17 lines ; worshipped here 
17 years.) 



ST. Paul's chapel, Bridgetown. 95 

660, East wall of nave, south side : — 

S^CiJliElS I to ti)e tttemorp of | jessie maria bone m^nicol I boen 1 
24^= MAY 1819 I DIED I 26 NOV. 1892 | (Erected by children.) 



661. South wall of nave. There are 6 tablets on this Avail : — 

&^€^&B i TO THE MEMORY | of | LIEU^ J. A. NOKIE, | ROYAL 
ARTILLERY | WHO DIED OF YELLOAV FEVER | ON THE IS^H MARCH 1848, | AGED 

22 YEARS I (2 lines.) 



662. Crest. — A cross crosslet Jitchy . Motto. — spero melioea. 

SACRED 1 TO the MEMORY OF \ LIEUT. EUSTACE J. D. MOEFAT, | 

46™ REGIMENT | LATE ] DEPUTY ASSISTANT QUARTER MASTER GENERAL, | WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE AT SEA | OFF S'' LUCIA APRIL 2^" 1844, | IN THE 29^^ YEAR 

OF HIS AGE I (8 lines.) 



663. Eoyal Crown over F., and below on scroll : — 

72^^ DUKE OF Albany's own Highlanders. 

TO THE MEMORY OF | CAPTAINS \ CHAELES MOTLAN, I DIED ON THE 

25'2 JANUARY 1849, AGED 39 YEARS ; | JOHN THOMAS HOPE, | died on 

THE 22»» NOVEMBER 1848, AGED 32 YEARS ; | HENRY RICE, I DIED ON THE 
28^^= NOVEMBER 1848, AGED 27 YEARS; | QUARTER: MASTER JOHN LINDSAY, j 
DIED ON THE 21"'^ NOVEMBER 1848, AGED 47 YEARS ; | ASSISTANT-SVRGEON 

MONTGOMERY IRWIN, | died on the 13-^= October 1848, aged 29 

YEARS ; I WHO FELL VICTIMS TO THE YELLOW FEVER, | AT BARBADOS | (6 HneS.) 

1848, Nov. 22. At B. aged 32, Capt. John Tho. Hope, of the 72d Reg. 
eldest s. of the late Gen. Sir John H. (" G.M.," 222.) 



664. Royal Crown the Berkshire LXVI. 

SACRED to the MEMORY OF | CAPTAIN FRANCIS WILLIAM ASTLEY, I 
who died 13^= NOVEMBER 1848, AGED 23 YEARS 10 MONTHS ] CAPTAIN HENRY 

JOHN TURNER, | who died 28™ .January 1849, aged 36 years | lieut. 
HARDRESS ROBERT HOLMES, | who dted 11™ September 1848, aged 
25 YEARS I LIEUT. WILLIAM ROBERT PYNE, | who died 25™ octoree 

1848, aged 21 YEARS 4 months I QUARTERMASTER MATHEW REILLY, I 
WHO DIED 17™ DECEMBER 1848, AGED 43 YEARS | PAYMASTER KENNETH 

TOLMIE ROSS, | who died 24™ November 1848, aged 55 years 6 months | 
LIEUT. AND AD.T'^ JAMES HAMILTON ROSS, | son of the above, | who 
died 25™ NOVEMBER 1848, aged 26 YEARS | ELIZABETH, who died 

24™ NOVEMBER 1848, I AND MARIA, who died 23'"' NOVEMBER 1848, AGED 
17 YEARS; I WIFE AND DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE KENNETH TOLMIE ROSS. | AND 
OF THE NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND PRIVATES | OF THE 66™ REG'^ | WHO 
DIED OF YELLOW FEVER IN THIS ISLAND, | DURING THE EPIDEMIC OF 1848-9. | 
ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF | CAPTAIN JAMES HUNTER BLAIRBIRCH, OF 
THE SAME REG^ | WHO DIED JANUARY 22*''' 1851, AGED 30 YEARS | (2 lines.) 

1848, Nov. 13. At B., in his 24th year, Era. Wm. Astley, Capt. of the 66th 
Reg. Ac. (" G.M.," 222.) 



96 M0N■UME^TA1. INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

665. SACRED TO THE MEMOEY OF j LIEUTENANT COLONEL HENRY WILLIAMS, | 
COMMATSBING THE ROYAL ARTILLERY IN THE WEST INDIES, j WHO DIED OF YELLOW 
FEVER I ON THE 10™ NOT« 1852, AGED 60 YEARS | AND OF | LIEUTENANT JAMKS 
THOMAS ORME, | ACTING ADJUTANT ROYAL ARTILLERY, | WHO FELL AMONG THE 
EARLIEST VICTIMS TO THE SAME EPIDEMIC IN THIS ISLAND | ON THE 10^= 
SEPTEMBER PREVIOUS, AGED 27 YEARS j (4 lilieS.) 

1852, Nov. 10. At B. a, 60, L* Col, Henry Williams, commanding the E.A. 
in the W.I. ("G.M.," 1853, 216.) 



C)Q6. Above is a lion couchant, its paw grasping a French " Eagle." 

Sacred | to the memory of | LTEUT COL: JOHN TYLEE, K.H. | 

DEPUTY QUARTER MASTER GENKRAL | IN THK WINDWARD AND LEEWARD COM- 
MAND, I WHO DIED AT RARBADOS, JUNE 2^^ 1842. | AGED 51 YEARS [ (4 lines ; 

erected by Lt.-Gen. Maister, etc.) 

On either side are the following actions on flags : — 

SALAMANCA, ROLEIA, VIMIERA, 

TORRES-VEDRAS, BUSACO, OPORTO, TALAVERA, 

KEUINHA, CASANOVA, CIUDAD-RODRIGO, 

FOZ d'aRONZ, SABUGAL, BADA.JOS, FUENTE-GUINALDO, 

fuentp:s d'onor, el. bodon, Pyrenees, 

aldea de ponte, vittoria, labastide, orthes, 

vic bigorre, quatre-bras, 

toulouse, waterloo. 

Below is his Crest : — 

A (lemi-lion 7'ampant giiardant erased, in its paws a crescent. 



ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD. 
667. South side. Cast iron upright enclosed by iron railing : — 

IN MEMORY I OF | ELIZABETH I THE BELOVED WIFE OF | THE RKV» G. T. 
BOWIN, I SHE FELL ASLEEP IN JESUS | FEB. 26. 1871. 



668. Wiiite marble slab, recently smashed : — 

SACRED I To the Memory of | JEMIMA | the beloved Wife of | 
. . . . EVA . . JOH . . I and of | . . ENRY JAMES | his Brother | who departed 
this life I . . . . the former | On the 1 Sep* 1844 Aged 11 Y^ears : | and the 
latter | On the 7 Jan. 1836 Aged 15 Years. 



669. Headstone:— 

S. E. TULL I BiED 21^^ MARCS 1897, \ aged 68 years. 



ST. Paul's churchyard. 97 

670, Loose white marble tablet against mausoleum : — 

&^efSi<BB I TO THE MEMORY | of \ JOSEPH VERFENSTEIN ESQR | 

ASSISTANT COMMISSAET GENERAL | TO HER MAJESTY's FORCES FOE UPWARDS | OF 
FORTY YEARS, NATIVE OF TRIESTE | IN GERMANY, AND FOR THE LAST | TWENTY- 
SIX YEARS A RESIDENT | IN THE WEST INDIES, | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE OF 

YELLOW I FEVER ON THE 2^'" DAY OF AUGUST | 1846, AGED 63 | (12 lincs ; erccted 
by Caroline Verfenstein, his sister.) 



671. Slab on brick vault : — 

Sacred to the memory | of | MAEK WILSON | Eeporter of Vessels to 
the I Government in this Island | and formerly | Sergeant Major in the E,oyal | 
Artillery | Died on the 8"' of April | 1857 | Aged 54 Years. 



672. White marble headstone : — 

S ACHED To tJie MEMOBY of\ JOHN PIPEB Late Cleric \ To tie 
Boy'' Enf Bep^ \ And Esteemed Husband of Mary \ Died August 15^^ 1876 \ 
Aged 55 Years. 



673. Adjoining No. 659. Oblong slab of white marble stuck on end: — 

Sacred to the memory of | JANE ANN EEED | who departed this 
LIFE oct« 6'^= 1844 I aged 58 years. 



674. Slab over brick vault : — 

To The Memory of \ James Sarjeant, j Who Died Dec"- P'* 1876 \ Aged 
SO Years: 



675. Loose white marble : — 

Sacred to the Memory \ of \ CAROLINE SOPHIA | Daughter of | Captain 
Charles Highmore Potts | of the 19'^ Regiment, | Who died at Saint Anns | on 
the 6"' of July 1836 | Aged 8 Months. 



676. White marble tablet at west end of mausoleum : — 

SACRED to the MEMORY | of \ NATHAN SMITH | who | departed this 
life I April the 20'^ 1846 | Aged 63 Years | and 4 months | (4 lines ; erected by 
nephew James N. Rosbotham.) 



677. Elaking slab as step to south door of chancel : — 

SACEED I (about 3 lines missing) | Ag . . . . | Also of THOMAS 

. . OKELY\ who died the . . October | Aged 7 . . ths & I Children I 

QM a. I and his Wife | (3 lines.) 

There is here a wire fence across from south-east corner of chancel. 



98 MONUMENTAL INSCBIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

G78. Headstone: — 

ADELAIDE MONTGOMERY | AMT | boen | 8^^= octobee 1832 

DIED I l^''^ APEIL 1900. 



679. In the more westerly division : — 

SACEED TO THE MEMOET OF | MAE.T F. BISHOP | the beloved wife of | 
JAMES BISHOP I who died 20th November 1857 | Aged 38 Years | (10 lines.) 



680. S^<Kl^iEl3 I TO THE MEMORY OF | EDWAED T .... I The beloved 
Husband of | SARAH PHILLIPS [ wTio departed this life \ February 27Tii 
1865 I AGED 48 TEAES | (2 Hnes) | He was for many years Eoreman of | 
Carpenters in the Royal Engineers | Department. 



681. SACEED I TO THE MEMOET OF | JULIA W ALLEY | INFANT DAUQHTEE 

OF I GEOROE & KAT. WALLEY | A.D. 1840. 



682. SACEED I to the Memory of | Joseph maeia j son of joseph and | 
MAEY s. MAETINEZ | Who departed this life the | 17'^' of March 1838 | Aged 
5 Years. 



683. SACEED j TO THE MEMOET OF | M^ RICHARD DILKES I A NATIYE 
OF ENGLAND I WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE I MAECH 22*^" 1834 I AGED 39 TEAES. 



684. Headstone enclosed by iron railing : — 

SacreK I TO THE MEMOET | OF ] LIEU^ E. BATTERSBY R.N. | of | 

H.M.S. SATELLITE | WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE | ON THE S^^ DAT OF OCTOBEE | 

1839 I AGED 33 TEAES | (5 lines.) 



685. White marble slab :— 

SACEED I TO THE MEMOET OF | JAMES THOMAS WILSON 1 only Child 
of L^ Col WILSON 1 of the 65^^ Reg' | who died at S* Anns | the 17*1^ February 
1834 I Aged 17 Months. 



686. Headstone: — 

SaCr^O 1 TO THE MEMOET | OF | JOHN MAGLEAB I ASSISTANT SIJE- 
»EON I OF I HEE MAJESTT's SLOOP | ROVEB \ WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE | OF 
TELLOW FEVKE | ON THE 30™ OCTOBEE | 1841 | AGED 27 TEARS. 



687. White marble slab enclosed by iron railing : — 

BENEATH | THIS STONE LIE THE EEMAINS OF | SARAH PRANCES, | THE 
WIFE OF TSEAEL BOWEN ; | WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE | ON TH? 27^"' DAT OF 

MAT 1837 1 AGED 33 TEAES | (8 lines.) 



ST. PAUL S CHtJRCHTARD. 99 

688. IN MEMOKT OF | JESSE SAEJENT | (1 line) | who died | (1 line) | 
JANUABT 21^^ 1842 I AGED 35 TEARS | (several lines ; erected by Mary- 
Gray foot, etc.) 



689. IN MEMORY I of \ KYFFIN HEYLAND | formerly a Lieut, in the 
25*^ Beqt, \ late a Stipendiary Magistrate in | bbitish guiana \ and | 
Third Son of \ major Arthur rowley heyland | who fell in the \ Battle of 
Waterloo. Born March 25"» 1808, | Died Sfc. \ 2^^^ March 1843. 



690. White marble headstone enclosed by iron railing : — 

Sactetl to tije memorj) | of | mart THOMAS | the beloved Wife of | 
JOHN F. BROWNE, | 'Who departed this life Oct' 26^^^ 1863 \ aged 
32 YEARS I (3 lines ; erected by husband and father) | (4 lines more.) 



691. White marble headstone, broken across : — 

SACRED I to the memory of | CAPTAIN G-EORGE BEERE ] Late 
14 Foot I who died at Barbados | Jany 14 1840 j aged 47 years. 



692. White marble headstone enclosed by iron railing : — 

SacreU to ti^e iTOemon) | op | Charles eustace | the beloved Son 

of I CHARLES AND ELEANOR PRAGER | Who departed this life Nov' 
12th 1865 I Aged Two Years and Three Months | (2 lines) | ALSO | To the 
Memory of | LILLY OCTAVIO PRAGER | Sister of the above \ Who died 
21*t October 1865 [ a&ed 13 months \ (2 Hues.) 



693. Headstone:— 

Sacred | to the memory op | ROBERT DUDMAN | second officer op 
R.M.S. SHIP I GREAT WESTERN | eldest son op CAPT^ RK DUDMAN | 

OF HYTHE NEAR SOUTHAMPTON | WHO | DIED ON THE 18''= NOY^ 1852 | AGED 
22 YEARS. 



694. Iron cross : — 

Ktt l^emoriam | i&\i}a Witll& Hatorence | a Stranger from Utvhite | 
m. 26tD ittag 1870 I at. 9 Monti)^ I (i line.) 



695. In the north-western division : — 

SACRED to the MEMORY | of \ JOHN THOMAS RUTHERFORD | who 
departed this life | December 15^'' 1846, | In the 49'i» Year of his Age | (3 lines ; 
erected by adopted father John Lawless.) 



696. SacreO to tije iWemori? | 0/ | W^ HENRY ROSKRUGE | late 
Master in the Mail Boat Service ( who departed this life | on the 25 September 
1838 I Aged 20 Years. 



100 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

697. Cross-shaped a]tar-tomb : — 

IN MEMOET OF SAMSON MOORE FOB MANY TEAES SEXTON OF S^ PAULS 

CHAPEL I (3 lines) | died maech 22*^" 1864. 



698. "White marble tablet in north boundary wall : — 

Saceed I to the memory of | Three Infant Children of | SAMUEL HENEY 
and I ELIZA ANN His wife | CHARLOTTE ANN | Aged 3 Months | 
SAEAH JANE | Aged 7 Months | JAMES WILLIAM | Aged 21 Days. 



699. Altar-totnb :— 

Samti to tf^t mmovp \ of \ ca^p™ hoeace e. b. hutchinson | 

of H.M. 76^^ Regiment of foot, \ second Son of \ LIEU^ GENEEAL | SIE 
WILLIAM HUTCHINSON | K.C.H. | who died of fever at S* Anns 
Barracks I on the 4*^ of January 1837 | after an illnefs of four days | Aged 
29 Years I (4 lines.) 



700. White marble in north boundary wall : — 

SACEED I to the memory of | THOMAS CEOETON | died November 10'^ | 
1860 I Aged 39 Years | Also \ William, Son of the above born | April 7^"^ 1849 
died I same day. 

701. White marble against north boundary wall : — 

SACEED I TO THE MEMOET OF | DUGALD C. E. M^NICOL | Who Departed 
This Life I November \4^^ 1866 | Also To MAEY E. MCNICOL, | Who fell 
Asleep in Jesus \ March 25*^ 1874 | (2 Hues.) 



702. Ledger:— 
-A. COX. 

703. Gothic stone against wall : — 

JESSIE MAEIA M^NICOL ] died April !»' | 1852 | Aged 11 months 
& 10 days I CONSTANCE-LESSALINE MAPP | Born May 15^^ 1875 I Died 
October 2'i<' 1875. | THEODORE C. G. MAPP. | Born May 31«t 1876 | Died 
April 23^'! 1878. 

Above is : — 

In I Plemorj? of | oue beloved mothee I JESSIE MAEIA BONE 
M^NICOL I BOEN 24 May 1819, died 26 nov« 1892. 



East of Chancel. 
704. Headstone in grave with six urns : — 
IN [ MEMOEY of S. E. BAYNE I who Died mat 16'^ is88 | aged 44 T^ 



ST. Paul's church yard. 101 

705. White marble ledger : — 

SacreU | To the memory of | LIEUTENANT COLONEL ] HENRY 
WILLIAMS I Commanding the | EOTAL AUTILLERY | In the west 
Indies | Died of Yellow Eever ] November 10'^ 1852 | Aged 60. 



706. Metal lettering in granite ledger : — 

In loving memory | of j HENRY RICE j captain 72nd highlandeks | 
SECOND SON OF | EDWARD ROYDS RICE ESQ^^ | or dane court kent | 

DIED 28th NOVEMBER 1848 [ AGED 27 TEARS. 



707. IN MEMORY | of | . . . HN THOMAS . . . . | captain 72°^ 
HiGHLA .... I Died | 2"d November 184 . | Aged 32 Years | (flaked ; ? 1848 
next to several of that year.) 

There was an epidemic in Oct. — Nov. 1848. 



708. Cross-shaped altar-tomb : — 

sacred to the BELOVED MEMORY OF | CHARLES RICHARD DORINGr- 
TON, I lieutenant of her majesty's 69^^ regiment | youngest son of john 

EDWARD AND SUSAN DORINGTON, | OF LYPIATT PARK, IN THE COUNTY OF 
GLOUCESTER, j WHO DIED THE 12^" OF AUGUST 1855, AGED 21 | (5 HlieS ; placed 

by parents.) 

His eldest brother, the late Sir John Edward Dorington, was created a Baronet 
in 1886. 



709. White marble :— 

BENEATH THIS SPOT REST | THE REMAINS OF | HOWARD PLESTOW 
COX I ENSIGN 21^^^ FUSILIERS | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | ON THE dl^"^ MAY 

1860 I IN HIS 2P^ YEAR I (1 line.) 



710. White marble :— 

SacretJ | To the memory of | LIEUTENANT [ JOHN THOMAS 

ORME I of the | royal artillery | who died of Yellow Fever | on the 10'" 
September 1852 | Aged 27 Years. 

1852, Sept. 10. At B. of yellow fever, Lt. T. Orme, R.A. (" G.M.," 216.) 



711. SACRED I to the memory | of | JA^ HUNTER BLAIR BIRCH, | 
CAPTAIN 66^« REG* | Died I 22'»'i January 1851 | Aged 30 Years 4 Months. 

1851, Jan. 22. At B., of fever, Capt. Jas. Hunter Blair Birch, 66th Eeg. yst. 
e. of Lt. Gen. B., C.B. (" O.M.," 454.) 



10^ 



M0NUMEN1?AL INSCRIPTIONS iN BARBADOS. 



712. White marble headstone enclosed by iron railing : — 

SACEED I To the Memory of \ EUSTACE MALTRAVERS ] The beloved 
Child of I WILLIAM & MARIA BRENDA GRASETT. | who died 
October 12 1851 | ^tat. 4 mo's. 16 d'ys | (17 lines.) 



713. Small square of white marble set on vault : — 

Sacred | to the Memory of | John Phillips | Shipwright | Died 4*^ February | 
1860 I Aged 50 Tears. 



714. Headstone : — 

Sacred to the Memory | of \ MARGARET CLUNE | Wife to PATRICK 
CLUNE I Q' Master of the 52"" Reg* \ Who died on 12ti» Dec' 1839 | Aged 
32 Years. 



715. Headstone : — 

To the Memory | of | EUPHEMIA | Wife of | JOHN HUNTER | died 
10th August 1852. I Aged 22 Years. 



716. THIS TOMB 1 COVERS THE EEMAINS OF | L"^ COL. JOHN TYLER | 

. , . . ^s I D^ Q,^ M^ GENERAL | in this command \ he died 2^^ june 
18 . . I AGED 51 TEARS | (2 lines.) 

See the Regimental Tablet No. 666. 



717. Loose grey marble : — 

Sacret | to the memory | of \ HARRIET EMMA LOUIS | the beloved 
Child I of I CAPTAIN and M^s PITCAIRN | 92''i' Highlanders | who died 

OF CONVULSIONS | AT 8"^ AnNS | ON FRIDAY THE 11'= JUNE 1811 (sic) \ AGED 
9 MONTHS AND 11 DATS. 



718. Altar-tomb. At north edge, very indistinct : — 

WILLIAM FISHER MENDS DEPUTT COMMISSART GENERAL TO H.M. FORCES | 
BORN 19 JULT 1808 DIED 11 MAT 1860 IN CHRIST SHALL ALL BE MADE ALIVE. 

On the south edge close to boundary wall : — 

CHARLOTTE LOUISA DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM WALBOND AND MART SHEPHERD 
JACKSON I BORN 15 MARCH 1815 DIED 4 SEPTEMBER 1850 NOT LOST BUT GONE 
BEFORE. 

The late Bishop of Antigua, Wm. Walrond Jackson, was b. in B. 9 Jan. 1811. 
Minister of St. Paul's in 1842. 



719. White marble headstpne at head of curbed grave : — 

Jtt l^Obtng IWlemorg of | James H. G. Greenwich j died 27" feb^ 
1894 I AGED 07 Y»« I (3 lineB.) 



ST. Paul's churchyard. 103 

On a small ledger in centre of same grave : — 

SacteH I TO THE MEMORY OF | MAETHA ANN i (wife of M"" Ja' H. G-. 
Greenwich) Who departed this life \ On the 31 of Julv 1864 | aged 47 yeaes | 
(2 lines) I ALSO | To the Memory | of her Sister \ 31ISS SARAH ELIZTS 
OOPPT I Aged 51 Years | died in 1846. 



720. White marble slab on vault enclosed by irou railing : — 

^TO ti)e |«emOVg of | MARY ROCHEORD red war I beloved child 
or KEV» ) HENKY BUSSELL & ELLEN BEDWAB, | Who died on the 3^<* Nov"" 1852 I 
Aged 4 Years 9 Months & 7 Days | Also | To the Memory of the | bey^ henby 
BUSSELL BEDWAB [ 24 Years Minister of this Chapel | Who fell asleep in Jesus on 
15*^ February 1873 | Aged 59 Years. 



721. Large white marble standing against mausoleum : — 

SacreK I to I The Memory Of | THOMAS SHEEIPF, i Born at Aghanloo 
in the County of | Londonderry Ireland, | on the 14^^ of Nov' 1780, and for 46 
Years, | a resident in this Island | Died 29*^ July 1846, | leaving a Widow to 
whom he had been | endeared by 38 Years of conjugal | affection and four 
Sons to I mourn his irreparable loss | also | HENRIETTA SHERIFF | 
Granddaughter of the above Born 30*'' Aug. | 1816 | Died May S^^ 1847 | 
Likewise | of \ JANE SHERIFF | Relict of the above born | Scotland on the 
6'*^ December 1786 | Died on the 2"*^ July 1864 | Aged 67 Years and 7 Months | 
ALSO I Chas. John Walker Sheriff | Died January 20^^ 1867 j Aged 56 Years | 
& I Chas, Eugene Douglas Sheriff ) solicitor \ his Son. Died 16**^ Feby. 
1888 I Aged 31 Years. 



722. Slate slab enclosed by iron railing : — 

To the Memory, | of \ ELIZABETH ANNE WALKER | third daughter 
of I JAMES WALKER ESQR | Colonial Secretary of this Island | Born | at 
Belmont in this neighbourhood, | 21** January 1845 | Died | at Government 
House I 21"' Aug. 1859. 



723. White marble headstone : — 

(4 lines) | ELIZABETH FAULKNER | lies buried here | she died 
9 January 1862 I aged 70 years. 



724. Small ledger :— 

MARY FOX I the only and beloved Child | of her Parents | Died July 31"' 
1845 I Aged One Year and Six Months | (1 line.) 



725. Headstone, nearly all buried : — 

To the Memory | of \ JOHN WINTERBOTTOM | . . ASTER 52«<i Reg* | 
. . May 1838. 



104 MONUMENTAL INSCEIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

726. Square stone pedestal enclosed by iron railing : — 

Ceest. — A storh statant. 

S^eMiEU I TO THE MEMOET OF \ MAJOE EOBEET NOBLE CEOSSE 

K.H. I 56^^= REGIMENT | -WHO DIED OF YELLOW FEVEE ON THE | 13™ NOVEMBER 
1838 I ON BOARD HEE MAJESTy's SHIP | HERCULES 74 | IN CARLISLE BAY 
BAEBAD0E8 | HE SEEVED WITH THE EEGIMENT FOE AN | UNINTERRUPTED PERIOD 

or 38 YEARS I (7 lines ; tablet erected in Cathedral.) 
See No. 647. 



727. Large grave enclosed by iron railing. On brass plate : — 

THE FAMILY BURIAL PLACE | OF | CHAELES EDWIN TOUNa 
CEOUCH I OF THE GROTTO | S'^ MICHAEL BARBADOS. W.I. 

On white marble cross : — 

OUR CHARLIE | BORN NOV* 2 | 1866 | DIED | JuNE 12 | 1879 | (1 line.) 



728. Small square white marble over vault : — 

MAEY EIVAEOLA O'HALLOEAN | infant daughter | of | B^ 
MAJOE H. D. O'HALLOEAN ] D.A.Q.M.G. | died 10™ august 1862 | 
aged 16 MONTHS | (1 line.) 



729. Oblong white marble on vault : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | Pay Master JOHN WINTEEBOTTOM 52'» 
Light Infantry | and of PENELOPE his Wife | also of Lieut. V. A. SUETEES 
and I Ensign E. GrOUGH | All of whom fell Victims to an Epidemic | which 
attacked the Corps shortly after its arrival at Barbados | towards the latter end 
of 1888 I (4 lines.) 



730. Headstone : — 

' SACRED TO THE MEMORY | of | THOMAS HONEE WHEELEE I STAFF 

SURGEON TO THE FORCES | Died 6''' May 1848, [ Aged 88 Years. 



731. Vault. Small white marble square at west end: — 

In Memory of | LIEUT. COLONEL | OEMSBY PHIBBS | 88™ eeg' | 

OR I CONNAUGHT RANGERS | WHO DIED | OF YELLOW FEVER ] 17™ JAN^ 1848. 

See his tablet No. 645. 



732. Flaked slab :— 

To I the memory of | MONTGOMEEY lEWIN | Assistant Surgeon | 
72'^^ Highlanders, | Died | 13'i^ October 1848, | Aged 29 Years 8 Months. 



733. SACEED | to | the memory of | WILLIAM E^ PYNE | lieu^ 66™ 

REG'' I DIED I OCT* 25™ 1848 | AGED 24 YEARS 4 MONTHS. 

1848, Oct. 25. At B. a. 21, Wm. Eob. Pyne, of 66th Foot, eldest s. of the 
llev. Wm. P., E. of Pitney, Som. (" G.M.," 222.) 



ST. Paul's churchyard. 105 

734. SACRED | to | the memory of | FEANCIS WJLLTAM ASTLE | 

CAPTAIjS 60'^^ EEGIMEXT | DH;D | 13'" NOV= 1848 I AGED 23 YEARS 10 MONTHS. 



735. SACRED 1 to i the memory of | JOHN LINDSAY | Qxtabtee 

MASTER I 72^" HIGHLANDERS | DIED | 21^'' NOY» 1848 | AGED 38 TEARS. 



736. SACRED I TO THE MEMORY | OF | L^ COLONEL JOHN DOYLE o'bEIEN | 
DEPUTY, Q" M* GEN"^ | WHO DIED AT BARBADOS ON THE | 16''" DEC^ 1852 ] OE 
YELLOW FEVER | AGED 45 YEARS. 



737. Cross:— 

I.H.S. I IN LOVING I MEMORY OF JOHN T. CHASE | WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE I AUGUST XV 1882 AGED | 71 | ALSO TO THE | MEMORY OF MARY | C. CHASE 
THE I BELOVED WIFE | OF JOHN CHASE | WHO DEPARTED THIS | LIFE MAT XIIII 

1877 I AGED 60 TEARS | (A later inscription on metal is rusted away.) 



ST. MARY'S DISTRICT CHURCH, BRIDGETOWN. 

The old parish church of St. Michael formerly stood here. It was pulled 
down and the monuments removed when the present Cathedral was built in the 
centre of the town, St. Mary's District Church was then built on the old site 
and consecrated in 1827 by the late Bishop Coleridge, the Rev. John Hothersall 
Finder, M.A., being its first minister. 

738. On the north wall of nave are five tablets :— 

2ri)tS l^emoml of | CAROLINE THORNE | and her Christian Example 
of devoted | life, is erected by loving and thankful | Friends in Barbadoes and 
some neigh- | bouring Islands Born August 13*'' | A: D: 1810, she, was called to 
Rest I December 2"'* A.D. 1885, and lies near | her honoured husband Joseph 
Thorne | within the precincts of this Church | (1 line.) 



739. Masonic emblem above : — 

THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY THE MEMBERS | OF THE ALBION LODGE 196 E.G. 
TO THE MEMORY | OF THEIR BELOVED BROTHER | THOMAS CLARKE MAR- 
SHALL I W.P.M. AND P.P.Z. OF THE SCOTIA AND ALBION | R.A. CHAPTERS P.E.C. 
OF THE STAB OF THE | WEST PRECEPTORY OF KNIGHTS TEMPLAR | AND PROVINCIAL 
PRIOR FOR THE W. I. | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | ON THE 11™ OCTOBER 1879 | 
AGED 54 YEARS | HIS REMAINS ARE INTERRED IN THE | CATHEDRAL CEMETERY | 

(1 line.) 



740. In ILo\)tng l^lcmOVJ) of | John Montefiore, | a man of generous 
sympathies and j a respected Merchant of Barbadoes | (his native land) and 
London. He died | in this Parish deeply lamented on the | 26''' day of lune 
A.D, 1854 aged 60 years | (1 line) | Also | In Loving Memory of | Mary 
Elizabeth Montefiore | born in this Island and the devoted Wife | of the afore- 
named. Endeared to all who | knew her pious life, she fell asleep at j Streatham 
in England on the | 7"' Day of March a.d. 1877 aged 78 years j (1 line.) 

X854, June 26. Aged 60, John Montefiori, of B. (" a.M.," 314.) 



106 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

741. In C(elo qutes | sacred to the memoet | of | MAET ANN | the 
BELOVED WIFE OF | THOMAS JOSHUA CUMMINS | who was bobn on 

THE 12^H APRIL 1800, I MARRIED 26™ MAY 1819, | AND DIED 19™ MAT 1854 | 

(9 lines ; by husband.) 

742. M ^emortam | Catherine ann shilstone | died s™ 

SEPTEMBER 1883 | AGED 69 TEARS | (6 lines j by children.) 



743. On east wall close by : — 

IN MEMORiAM | THOMAS WILLIAM SHILSTONE, | late merchant 

OF THIS CTTT, | DIED FEBEUART 16™ 1870, | AGED 54 TEARS | (5 lines ; by widoW 

and children.) 



744. Brass below No. 743 :— 

Ktt iLobtng: l^emorg of | our darling son | theodore maxwell 

SHILSTONE I WHO entered into rest | 23»" December 1909, | aged 21 | 
(1 line.) • 



745. On the east wall of nave. South side : — 

sacred I TO the beloved memort of ( BENJAMIN ALLEYNE, | who 

DEPARTED THIS LIFE DECEMBER 21^'' 1865, | AGED 52 TEARS | (5 lines.) 



On the south wall of nave : — 

746. SACRED to THE MEMORT OF | SARAH ELIZABETH ROBINSON | 

DAUGHTER OF AARON SOBER ROBINSON | AND MART ROBINSON | WHO DEPARTED 

THIS LIFE 8™ SEPT^ 1863, | AGED 32 TEARS | (10 lines ; by mother) | also their 
SON I WILLIAM ROBINSON | who died 16™ December 1863 | aged 
29 tears. 



747. sacred to the memort of | THE REV : WILLIAM MARSHALL 
HARTE, I (22 lines ; clergyman of Church of England 50 years, and Minister of 
this chapel) [ he departed this life on the 11™ of januart 1851, | aged 

74 TEARS I HIS REMAINS WERE DEPOSITED IN THE FAMILT BURIAL PLACE | IN THE 
CATHEDRAL. 

Edward John, 2 s. Wm. Marshall Harte of S' Lucia, B'os, cler. Q. Coll. Oxf., 
matric. 17 Oct. 1849, a. 21. 



748. Medallion above, and on either side an angel : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORT | OF | JAMES BUTCHER M.D. I NATIVE OF THIS 
ISLAND I WHO HAVING GRADUATED AT EDINBURGH | RETURNED HERE IN 1804 | 
AND WAS ENGAGED IN PRACTICE UPWARDS OF 52 TEARS | AS PHYSICIAN AND 
SURGEON I HE DIED 9™ MARCH 1856, AGED EIGHTT | (7 lines) | HIS REMAINS ARE 
INTERRED AT THE CATHEDRAL | (2 liuOS.) 



749. liJ PliE|«a3a^ I OF I SARAH ELIZABETH I the beloved 

AND ONLY DAUGHTER OF | JAMES A. AND ROWENA LYNCH I BORN 
j^yiH SEPTEMBER 1849 j DIED 22 APRIL 1872 | (1 line) I HER REMAINS ARE 
INTERRED AT S"^ LEONARDS CEMETERT. 



S't. MART^S DISTRICT bHtJRCH, BRIDGETOWN. 10? 

750. West wall of nave : — 

Hn MtmoYv of | Elizabeth thomas ceick | who was killed by 

the late Hurricane | at the early age of eight years; | also of her Mother | 
MARTHA CRICK | who died in August 1828, | (2 lines ; by friend.) 



751. Floorstone at south porch : — 

In MEMORY of \ William Brown, late shipwright j on the Ship Higginson, 
Cap* Hall, of | Liverpool ; who departed this life the | 1»' March 1817, Aged 42 
Tears | (4 lines.) 



752. Blue marble ledger at foot of stairs to gallery. The left top portion 
is missing : — 

. . ALROND, who | . . . . this Life the S'^ of January . . 50 Aged 56 Years 
and 5 Months. 

1750-1, Jan. 4. Anthony Waldron. (Burial Register.) His name does not 
appear in the Walrond pedigree. 

753. Blue marble ledger at north porch, hour glass, skull and crossbones 
above, in perfect preservation : — 

Here Lyeth HANNAH FOLLETT ] daughter of lOHN FOLLETT & | 
SARAH his wife who departed | this Life the 5'^ of Mat 1681 In | the Fifth 
year of her Age | Here Lyeth also SARAH her | Mother who departed this | 
life the last day of Mat 1698 | in the Fourty Sixth year | of her Age. 

1681, Mav 5. Hannah Hallett y« D« of Jn" & Sarah Hallett (sic). 
1698, June 1. M" Sarah Follet. (Burial Register.) 



St, Maet's Chtjkchtaed. 

The Sexton stated that many coloured people were buried here. Several 
modern inscriptions I did not take. 

754. Old ledger, skull and wreaths above : — 

Here Lyeth the Body of | ALEXANDER LAMPLEE j Who departed this 
Life the | . . February 1708 Aged | About 38 years. 

1712-13, Jan. 18. M" Ruth y^ wife of M"^ Robert Lamplee, Merchant. (Burial 
Register.) 



755. White marble slab over vault : — 

^acrem to ti)t Ittemorg | of | Master fredkeick baeuii lousada ( who 
departed this life | 20*'^ April 1816 | aged 13 Years. 

The Lousadas, Portuguese Jews, were originally of this island, then flourished 
in Jamaica, whence they came to England. There are several stones to them 
in the Synagogue burial-ground. 

756. Old ledger. The right-hand portion of 3rd to 6th lines is broken off: — 
Here lieth the Body | of WILLIAM NUNES | who departed this Life the 

.... I Day of May one Thou . . . | Seven Hundred and Nin . . . . | Aged Sixty 
three Ye . . 

1793, May 29. William Nunes, a free Mulatto. (Burial Register.) 



lOB MONTTMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

757. Another old ledger adjoining : — 

Here lieth the Body of | ANN NUNES Daughter of | WILLIAM NUNES 
who departed | this Life the 27^*^ Day of Auguft | one .... and Seven Hundred 
and I Ninety one Aged Nineteen Years. 

1791, Aug. 28. Ann Nunes, a Mulatto slave. (Burial Eegister.) 



758. Lower down, but very badly cut, is a mutilated inscription : — 

ALSO I THE Body of PhileNAh Nunes | Wife of W" Nunes Who | DepAEted 
This Life 5'^ | of Sep^"* 1803 A^ed 77 Years. 

1803, Sept. 6. Philenah (a free negro). (Burial Eegister.) 



There are enclosed tombs to Belgrave, Straker, Thomas, Cummins, and 
Da Costa families, the last named being "coloured," and now wealthy store- 
keepers. 



769. Ledger adjoining No. 742 : — 

To the memory of | M' JOSEPH EACHEL who | Died the Ib^^ Day of 
Octo^ 1760 I Aged 50 Years. 



760. White marble ledger, cracked : — 

Beneath this Stone j Freed from this World | and all its cares | lay the 
remains | of Innocence & Youth j Untimely fnatched, | A VICTIM | To the 
Pains fhe bore in giving | Birth to a fon the first and only | furviving Child. [ of 
M'« EACHEL PHILLIPS ] who departed this life | 1^'^ of April 1799 ] Aged 
14 Years {sic) & 5 Months. 

1799, April 15. Eachael Phillips (a free Mulatto). (Burial Eegister.) 



761. White marble ledger ; — 

SaeHiSB I TO I ti)e mmoVP \ of | M^^ MAEY OSTEEHAN I who 
departed this life 27^1' June 1829. | aged 56 | (1 line.) 

1829, June 27. Mary Ostrehan, f. n.* (age) 58. (Burial Eegister.) 



762. White marble headstone north of churchyard : — 

This Stone is here placed | to mark where the remains of | HAEEIET 
HUSBANDS lie, | who died on the 10 of July 1844, | aged 63 years ; & also to 
show where | her son Sinclair Mackenzie & his j family are to be buried should | 
they die in Barbados. 

1844, July 11. Harriet Husbands, Bridgetown, 62 years. District of 
St. Mary. (Burial Eegister.) 



763. The remains of | JAMES FAIEMAN ESQ^ | M" Mackenzies Father 
are also | depos^ited here. He was Post Master | of this Island 33 years and 
died 1 on the 6'1^ of Dec"" 1845 | aged 60 years. 

1845, Dec. 7. James Pairman. Bridgetown. 63 y*. (Burial Eegister.) 
1845, Dec. 6. At B. a. 63, Jas. Pairman, 1. Postmaster of that i. (" G.M.," 
335.) 

* Free negress. 



MILITARY INSCRIPTIONS, BRIDGETOWN. 109 

Military Bueial Ground. 

This is close to Charles Fort at Nedhams Point, which commands the 
roadstead of Bridgetown. The earlier ground is covered with thick scrub which 
rendered exploration impossible, but I noticed a stone bearing the date of 1820 
and one officer's grave . — 

764. J. J. WAENEP, Esq. !»* Bat. 21^' Fusiliers, d. 16 Sept. 1862. 



The more modern ground appears to have been added about 1868, and is kept 
in good order. I noted the following names, but had not time to copy the 
inscriptions in full. There was an epidemic of yellow fever in 1881 which caused 
considerable mortality : — 

765. Surgeon Major ESPINE WAKD & his wife d. Aug. 1881. 

766. Li Col. K. BULLEN, R.E. d. 30 June 1883. 

767. Col. DONALD ALEXANDER FRAZER, R.E. d. 5 Aug. 1881. 

768. Col. SIDNEY BAYNTON FARRELL Commanding R.E. d. 7 Sept. 
1879 a. 50. 

769. Surgeon JAMES ROMAYNE, A.M.D. d. of yellow fever 10 Aug. 
1881 a. 25. 

770. Capt. E. LAWLESS d. 16 Aug. 1881 a. 42. 

771. SEYxMOUR BLANSHARD PEMBERTON Lieut. 2^ W.I. Reg. d. 
9 Oct. 1881 of yellow fever, a. 25. 

772. HERBERT T. COUSINS, D.A.C.C. d. 8 Aug. 1881, a. 25. 

773. T. E. LE BLANC. Lieut. 1»' Bat. Kings Own R. Lane. Reg. d. 28 July 
1881 a. 26. 



The Satannah of St. Ann. 

Here was the old parade ground surrounded by the barracks. On an obelisk 
near the road : — 

774. Near This Spot Rest the Remains of Fourteen Soldiers | And one 
Married Woman ] of the 36*^' Regiment who were killed | by the destruction of 
the Barracks and Hospital during | The awful visitatiou of the hurricane | 
August 11^^' 1831. I (No names. 4 lines ; erected by the corps.) 



775. On another obelisk are inscriptions on two white marble tablets : — 
On the upper one : — 

2ro tijc iWemotD | OF | THE UNDERNAMED OFFICERS AND 
SOLDIERS I OF | TEE ROYAL YORK RANGERS | Who fell in Action 
in the Army commanded by Lieut. Gen. sir george beckwith, k.b. | at the 
Reduction of the French Colonies of Martinique, the saintes, and gfadaloupe | 
in 1809 and 1810 | Lieutenants joiin symons, p. g. copley, sam. gebog, 
^oiJT. MARTiNEAU | (and 47 names of non-com. officers and privates.) 



110 MONUMENTAL iNSCRlt'ilOKS IN BAJiBADOS. 

On the lower one : — 

S^€^l^i£lI3 I TO THE I Memory of lieutenant colonel pateick hen- 

DEESON of the I TOEK LIGHT INPANTEY VOLUNTEEES, | who expired at 
GUADELOUPE, aS MAJOR COMMANDING the SOTAL YORK RANGERS, OH \ the 28'** 

of August 1810 I (11 lines ; erected by Lieut.-Gen. Sir Greo. Beckwith.) 



Leae's, St. Michael's Paeish. 
776. Over the east gable of the great house : — 
E. 1651 H. I JAN. 28 E. 1758. 

Over the west gable is a shield of carved wood with festoons at sides. 
Aems. — Two bends and a canton. Some charges have apparently been lost. 

See my photo. Peter Lear of this estate was created a Baronet 2 July 1660, 
and died s.p. about 1684, when the title passed to his nephew Thomas. 



777. Brick vault with ledger on the top and this inscription framewise : — 
Heee Lteth Inteeeed | the Body of M^^ Alce Leae wife of Thomas | 

LeAE who DePAETED ] THIS LIFE THE XXIIII DAT OF OCTOBEE | ANNO DOM 1688. 

A shield in a sunk oval is in the central space with mantling. 

Aems. — . . . . afesse double embattled between three unicorns' heads couped. 

Ceest. — A demi-unicorn rampant couped, in its paws a spear, over W. and H. 



Bush Hall, St. Michael's. 
778. Marble slab lying in grass land : — 

Here lyeth interr'd y^ Bodys | of Eichaed Moeeis & Saeah | his "Wife | 
KiCHAED Moeeis died May 19. 1694 | Saeah Moeeis died Jan. 10. 1709. 



Welches, St. Michael's. 

779. Part of a blue marble ledger consisting of two fragments which fit 
together. Mr. Carrington informed me that it was brought from au old vault at 
Kingston : — 

yeth Interr'd the Body of 

. . . . T Wife of Alex" Scott 

Departed this Life the 16 
.... ber . 720 Aged 24 Years. 

Above on a Jacobean shield : — 

Ceest. — A torch over W. and H. 

Aems. — Three Catherine wheels, on a fess three lambs (Scott) ; impaling, 
Three unicorns' heads couped. 

1720, Oct. 17. Jane wife of Alex-- Scott. (Burial Eegister.) 

The christian name may have been Janet. 



CHRIST CHTJRCH. Ill 

Christ Churcit, Old Chfrchtard. 

This ancient burial-ground is on a low rocky site surrounded on three sides 
by the sea, about a mile from Oistins Town. The parish church formerly stood 
here, though I saw no trace of its foundations, whicli may have been washed 
away by the sea. A new one was built more in the centre of the parish. 

There are seven vaults. 

780. Ledger. Quite perfect and sliarply cut : — 

Here lies the Body 1 Of JOHN KIKTON, M.D. I Who departed this Life | 
July 15"' 1738 | Aged [hlank^ Years | (4 lines) | Here alio lies | ANN his 
Wife I Who died ] Auguft 1^' 1765 | Aged 65 Years | (13 lines) [ This humble 
Monument | Is raised by the furviving Daughter | Of the aforefaid JOHN and 
ANN KIRTON. 

1765, Aug. 1. Ann Kirton. (Burial Register.) 
See pedigree, ante I., 65. 

781. Large deeply cut letters : — 

HERE LTETH THE ( BODY OF M*^ MART | ADDAMS T* WIFE OF | SAMTELL 
ADDAM8 I WHO DECEASED [ 15"^= OF DECEMBER | 1672. 



782. This vault has been joined on to No. 781 by about 2 feet of brickwork : — 

HERE LTETH T^ BODY | OF M* SAMVELL ADDAMS | DECEASED | (No dates ; quite 

perfect.) 

1672, Dec. 15. Mary Adams. (Burial Register.) 
The above three vaults adjoin each other. 



783. A few yards away : — 

Hear ltes | willtam ralston | esq | de'' the 26 octob" | an^ dom | 1659. 

1659, Oct. 26. William Balston (sic). (Burial Register.) 
1645, Oct. 16. William Balston. 



784. A large lofty dome-topped tomb. Above the entrance, on a small oblong 
stone, dirty and flaked : — 

J. W^. GILES I DIED JUNE 14 185 . [ AGED 56 TEARS. 

Archer gives 1854. 



785. A large flat vault. On a fine white marble slab. Above is a Jacobean 
shield. Arms — A double-headed eagle displayed ; impaling, A chevron between 
three roundles. No crest : — 

Here Lyes the Body of tlie Hon'^^*' | Joseph Brown Esq : who departed | this 
Life June y^ 28 : 1728 | In y^ | 69 year of his Age. 

Col. Joseph Brown b. 1665 had issue Joseph aged 25 in 1715, Wm., Jas., 
John & Damaris. (Archer, 379.) 

1665, March 11. S*" James Browne K* & Bar* (S' John's Burial Register), 
See his will in " Caribbeana," iv., 49, 



112 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

786. A large plain tomb some 7 feet high. At its west end is a classical front 
with inscriptioD on an oblong of slate. Below tbis are tbree ovals of slate, 
perbaps designed for arms, but tbey are blank. Archer incorrectly stated there 
were inscriptions on them : — 

QVOD EELIQVVM EST DOEOTH- rEANCISC | ET JOANNA lAEMAN FILI^ 
DANIELIS I GILBEET MED- COKIVGIS HIC lACET IN | HYMATYM QU^ OBIT 12° DIE 
IAN- I 1661 I IDEMQYE TTMVLTS PETEI TNA CTM | FEANC- EISLET FILIOLO CONDIT 
CON I SECEATQVE ADIACENTES CINEEES. 

1661-2, Jan. 13. Dorothy, wife of Daniel Gilbert. (Burial Eegister.) 



Archer also gave two more not now to be seen : 

787. EOBEET EAEEEE d. July 23, 1691. 

788. Doctor james holmes, d. Aue;. 31, 1728. 



Cheist CntrECH. 

This church, wliich stands on a bill overlooking Oistins, was rebuilt in 1835 
after the hurricane of 1831. 

In the centre walk of nave are five ledgers. Commencing from the west end : — 

789. Blue marble slab :— 

Here lyeth the Bodv of | JOHN CHASE Senior Efq | Ob : Feb: 9 1736. 1 
^t 31 Tears 1 Month & 20 Days. | Alto JOHN CHASE Junior Son | of 
JOHN & CHRISTIAN CHASE | Ob: April 11 1737. | ^t 10 Months & 
9 Days. 

Gap in Burial Eegister 25 May 1736 to 8 April 1750. 



790. Blue marble :— 

' Ceest. — An elephant's head conped, collared, over icreath and helmet. 
Aems. — Within a hordure {? charged with roundles) a fess between four 
cotises. (Archer gives three harrulets wavy.) 

On an Inescutcheon : Argent, three bulls' heads cabossed ("Waleond). 
The arms are apparently 'those of Elliot of Port Eliot, co. Cornwall. (Vivian, 
147.) 

Here lies the Body of | the Honi"e JAMES ELLIOT Efq : | Son of the 
Hon^i« EiCHAED ELLIOT Efq : | He Marryed Elizabeth the Daughter of | the 
Hon^ie Thomas Waleond Efq. of this If land | He was Brave, Hofpitable, and 
Courteous. | of great Integrity in his Actions | and Confpicuous for his 
Judgment and | Vivacity in Converl'ation. | After his Merit bad advanced him 
to the I Honour of being one of his Majeftys Councel | He was Snatched away 
from us, I the 14"» of May, Anno Dom : 1724. | in the 34*'> year of his Age : ] 
And died Lamented by all who knew him, | In Honour to his Memory His 
truly forrowf ull | Widow has erected this Tomb. 

1724, May 15. James Elliot. (Burial Register.) 

Thos. Walrond, a Col. in the army, M. of C, was of this parish in 1679. 
See pedigree in A., iii., 180. 



CHRIST CHURCH. 113 



791. Blue marble :- 



Here lies the Body | of 1 ELIZABETH EVERSLEY | Wife of WILLIAM 
EVERSLEY Esq. | She departed this *. ife the 6"' Ocf^ 1817* | aged 36 years 
five Mouths and two days | (12 lines.) 



792. Blue marble :— 

CiiEST. — A sea-bird close, in its beak a ring over wreath and helmet. 
Arms. — . . . . on a bend three sea-birds close. 

Here lies the body of Elizabeth | seawell widdow of eichaed | seawell 
^^ who died the 1*' of | Sept'" 1728 aged 78 years. 
1728, Sept. 2. Elizabeth Seawell. (Burial Register.) 



793. Blue marble :— 

Ceest. — Out of a ducal coronet a horse's head over ivreath and helmet. 
Aems. — Per chevron argent and ermine two lions' heads erased. 

Here lies interred the Body of | REYNOLD ALLEYNE of Mount 
Alleyne \ in the Parit'h of S^ James Efq'" | who Departed this Life the | 
Thirtieth Day of June Anno Domini | 1749 ^tatis 49. 

He was aged 21 on 23 Jan. 1720 ; 4th s. of Tho. A. of Mount A, ; mar. the dau. 
and coheiress of Lawrence Price, and left two daus. and coheiresses : (1) Eliz., 
mar. John Newton of Newtons ; he d. s.p., and left Mount A. to Sir John 
Gay A., Bart. ; (2) Judith, d. spr. 11 July 1763, a. 36. M.I. Bristol Cath. 
Gap in burials 1736—50. 

794. In the chancel floor a stone ledger : — 

Here lie the Remains | of | the Rev^' Rob'' Bowchee | Rector of this Parish 
22 Years. | He died 25'^ Nov"^ 1795 | t- ged 63 Years. | In gratitude to his 
Memory | f. . . . one is placed by \ his Nephew : \ E0£^ B. GLABKE. 

1795, Nov. 26. The Rev*^ Robert Bowcher, Rector of the Parish. (Burial 
Register.) Robert Bowcher, s. of Robert, of Isle of B'os, gent. Queen's Coll. 
matrie. 4 Nov. 1752 aged 20. (Foster.) He went out 18 Jan. 1757. 
(Fothergill.) Clement Bowcher went out 9 Oct. 1790, and was head master of 
Codrington College Grammar School Aug. — Oct. 1792. 



In the church are seven tablets. 

795. To left of communion rails. White marble on black: beeves, bath. 

ENGLAND. 

Mitre. Arms of See ; impaling. Argent, on a mount Vert in base an otter ppr., 
a chief Gules charged icith a dove of the f eld, between two crosses pattee fitchee 
Or. (Coleridge.) 

SACEED TO the MEMOEY OF | THE EIGHT EEVEEEND WILLIAM HART 

COLERIDGE d.d. | first bishop of baebados, | who depaeted this life 

AT SALSTON, OTTEEY S''' MAET, | IN THE COUNTY OF DEYON, GEEAT BRITAIN; | 
21^"^^ OF DECEMBEE 1849, AGED 60 YEARS. | THIS TABLET IS EEECTED, | BY THE 
EECTOE AND PAEISHIONEES OF THIS PAEISH | IN GEATEFUL EEMEMBEANCE OF 
THEIE LATE | EXEMPLAEY AND ESTEEMED DIOCESAN. 

* Cracked and cemented. t Cemented. 



114 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS 

796. White marble on north wall of chancel : — 

Sacred to the ohfequies \ C 
HENRY FBERE \ (26 lines.) 



Sacred to the ohfequies \ Of DOBOTRT I Confort of the honorable 
1(26- 



797. White and black marble tablet north wall of nave : — 

THIS TABLET HAS BEEN EEECTED | IN TOKEN OF AFFECTIONATE REMEM- 
BRANCE I BY A DEVOTED HUSBAND AND FATHER | JOHN EANDx\L PHILLIPS 
ESQ^E I TO THE MEMORY OF | HIS WIFE MAKY ANN COLE, I WHO DIED AT 
LAMBERTS IN THE PARISH OF 8"^ ^.UCY | ON THE 12^" JULY, 1854, IN THE 27^" YEAR 
OF HER AGE | AND CHILDREN 'f JOHN KANDAL, | BORN 10^= NOV« 1849, 

DIED 20™ JULY, 1850. I MAKGARET ELIZABETH HANDAL. | borx 
3«i> JULY, , 1852, DIED 25™ SEP" 1853, | MAEGAEET ELIZABETH 
EANDAL, (sic) \ born 17™ apeil, 1853, died 28™ august 1854 | (1 line.) 

BEDFORD 256 OXFORD STR'^ LONDON. 

See the M.L to her husband in St. Michael's, No. 60. 



798. Black marble north wall of nave : — 

In memory of | EICHAED p. SHAW, | born November 3«» 1844, 1 

DIED OCTOBER l^'' 1875. I THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY HIS WIDOW, \ 

MAEIA I SHAW. 

BROWNE & CO. BRISTOL, ENQ^. 



799. White and black marble tablet to right or south of communion rails : — 

Ktt Eobtng |«emorg of 1 wilhelmina | ann stanton 

EVELYN, I BORN 19™ .tune 1847, died 12™ june 1884 | (14 lines ; erected by 
brothers and sisters.) 



800. South wall of nave : — 
'TO THE memory OF | GEOEGE SHAEP, CLEEK, M.A. | (caius college 

CAMBRIDGE,) | OF MAXWELLS IN THIS ISLAND, | LATE INCUMBENT OF MEUTHER, 
CORtJWALL, ENGLAND, | ONLY SON OF THE LATE WILLIAM SHARP ESQ'*'^ | AND 
HENRIETTA PEARCE, HIS WIFE, | OF CLAYBURY IN THIS ISLAND, | BORN APRIL 

7™ 1815. DIED AT TORQUAY NOV" 29™ 1864 | (1 line) | also | sarah Henrietta, 

ELDEST DAUGHTER OF | GEORGE SHARP, CLERK, AND SARAH HIS WIFE, | BORN AT 
ROME, MARCH 26™ 1841, | DIED AT TORQUAY, DEC" 1'*'^ 1861, | (1 iilic) | ALSO | 
ELIZABETH GEORGINA, j THIRD AND YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF | GEORGE SHARP, 
CLERK, AND SARAH HIS WIFE, | BORN AT CLAYBURY, MARCH 25™ 1845, | DIED 
AT MAXWELLS, SEPT" 21^^^ 1845 | (2 lines) I THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY THE 

afflicted widow, | and bereaved mother. 

King. bath. England. 



801. On grey marble slab let into west wall of nave, evidently formerly a 
floor-stone : — 

Under this Stone | are the Eemains of | M^s ELIZABETH EAEEELL | 
who died | on the 18^^ day of June 1819 j in the 70'^ Year of her Age j (3 lines.) 

1824, Dec. 30. At Lamplighters hall, John Eichard Earrell, esq., of B, 
(" G.M." for 1825, p. 189.) 



CHRIS't CHtJRCH. 115 

802. White marble on black tablet :— 

IN MEMORY OF | REYNOLD ALLETNE REDMAN, ESQR^ | who 

DEPABTED THIS LIFE ON THE 24'^= MAT 1867 | AGED 48 TEARS | DURING THE 
LATTER FIFTEEN OF WHICH | HE WAS THE EXCELLENT MANAGER | OF HANOTEBS 
ESTATE IN THIS PARISH | HIGHLT ESTEEMED BT ITS PROPRIETOR | AND ALL HIS 
OTHER FRIENDS. 

WOOD. BRISTOL ENG°. 



803. South aisle, east end, behind organ, white marble on black : — 
SACRED TO THE MEMORT OF | SARAH ELIZABETH EITZPATRICK, 

WHO FELL A VICTIM TO EPIDEMIC CHOLERA, | JULT 20"^= 1854, AGED 43 TEARS 
HER REMAINS REST IN AN ADJACENT VAULT WITH THOSE OF HER SON | JAMES 

EVELYN FITZPATRICK aged 11 tears | (11 lines ; survived his mother 
10 hours ; erected by her husband Jas. Evelyn Fitzpatrick ; married life 26 years 
and 10 months.) 

On west gallery : rebuilt & enlarged mdcccxxxvi. 



804. On a very worn blue marble ledger in porch at west end : — 

HEBE lyeth Interr'd the . . ody of | S AMU ELL G-RYME | Son of 
OEORGE aRYME Efq who ] departed this Life the 28"» July . . 28 | Aged 
11 Years. 

1728, July. Samuel Graeme, a child. (Burial Register.) 
1795, Mar. 6. Aged 65, Mrs. Margaret Graeme, relict of Alex. G. esq. 
of B., etc. (" G.M.," 260.) 



805. Adjoiniug preceding is a white marble ledger with inscription nearly 
obliterated : — 

Here [lyeth interr'd }•= Body] | of doctor [john durant, son of tho^] | 
dur[ant and mart his wife who de-] | parted [this life y« ¥'^ ^ay of March 
1726] I [aged 23 years 9 months & 12 days]. 

The portions in brackets from Archer. • 



806. Archer gives the following abbreviated inscription, now lost : — 

Arms. — A fesse between three fleurs-de-lis (the trick shews a chevron) ; 
impaling, on a hend wavy three sioans statant. 

Crest. — A dexter cubit arm grasping an imperial crown. 

BENJAMIN ashehubst, Gent, wiio departed this life Oct. 22, 1718, aged 60. 
Also MAGDALEN, his wife died Feb. 21, 1715, aged 50. Also Cap* john 
ashehubst died 27 Sept. 1729, aged 39 years 11 months & 16 days. 



Churchtard. 

807. A large vault, now empty, which belonged to the Adams Castle estate ; 
the property of the Walronds, then Elliotts. It has no inscription. 

The following persons were once buried therein : — 

1807 July 31 M'-« Thomasina Goddard. 

1808 Feb. 22 Mary Anna Maria inf. dau. of the Hon. Tho. Chase. 



116 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS I'N BARBADOS. 

1812 July 6 Dorcas Chase, another dau, of the Hon; Tho. Chase. 

1812 Aug. 9 Hon. Tho. Chase. 

1816 Sep. 25 Sana. Brewster Ames, an infant. 

1816 Nov. 17 Sam. Brewster. Shot Ap. 15 ; brought from S^ Philips. 

1819 July 7 Thomasina Clarke and an elder sister. 

Owing to mysterious movements of the coffins after the vault had been sealed 
up, they were all removed and buried elsewhere in the churchyard. See Aspinall's 
" West Indian Tales of Old," p. 224. 



There are several large stone tombs without names. 

808. Large vault :— 

J. T. Chapman | Apeil l^^" | 1852. 

Ann Elizabeth | wife or | Thos. L. E. Chapman | died 23 april 1883 
AGED 34. 



809. Marble slab on stone tomb : — 

SABAH TURPIN DIED 7 Oct. 1863 AGED 73. 

BEV. JOSEPH THOS. PIGOTT DIED 9^° AUGUST 1868 AGED 60. 



810. White marble slab on six columns enclosed by railing : — 

SACBED I TO THE MEMORY OF \ JOHN JACOB GILOEOUS ESQ^^ I LATE 
PBOPEIETOE I OF WINDSOR CASTLE ESTATE, | BRITISH GUIANA, | BORN AT BAR- 
BADOES, I 12^^= SEPTEMBER 1781, | AND DEPARTED THIS LIFE | 4'= AUGUST 1841 | 

(9 lines ; erected by widow and son.) 



811. Tomb: "EICHARD KIRTON 1838." 

812. „ "EVELYN." 

813. „ " AMBROSE ATWELL died April 17'i' 1844.' 

814. „ "E. EEECE 1823." 

815. Stone to " Waterman," with M.I. 



816. Large tomb with grey marble slab at top : — 

This Marble | is intended to perpetuate | the Memory of | JAMES 
EEECE I Son of | EOBEET and SAEAH EEECE | who died | October the 
25''^ 1811 I Aged 21 Days. 



fcfiRIS't CHtJRCfi. Il7 

Adams Castle, Plantation. 

817. There are two fragments of a thick blue marble slab lying in the yard, 
which fit together, and give eleven lines : — 

In obitum charissimi Patris Sui, 
Domini Roberti Hacket* Militis 
Qui ex hac vita migravit ultima die 
Calendarum Martis anno Domini 1679 

(Blank space here.) 

His jacet Eeliquies Sac optima 

Nobilis et pruden[s candi . ta .] Sarcophago 

Quis [valeat] lachrymas [manentes sistere guttas] 

Quis cohibere poteft [vir pins ecce jacet] 

Te placant [nati] plor[ant charissima conjux] 

Msefta domus pueri[luget et omnis inops] 

[Plere nefas] raptu[in ccelesti sede beatum] 

The words within brackets are from Archer, who also gives five more lines, 
now lost. 

Indigenus nobis qui Jove dignus erat 
Non decet elysium miseris implore querelis 
Hoc bona meus virtus, hoc pietasque dedit 
Virida perpetuum durabit fama per sevum 
Pensabit vitam gloria longa brevem. 

1692, Nov. 23. Eobert s. of Col. Robert Hacket. (Bur. St. John's.) 

1678-9, March 3. Robert Hackett. (Burial Register.) 

He was knighted at Whitehall 23 Nov. 1677. (Le Neve.) 

Sir John Bawdon sent to Nevis " JVI' Hacket brother to Sir Richard (sic) 

Hacket of B. & an excellent refiner." (Oldmixon, ii., 237.) 

Sir John Yeamans, Bart., in his will 1671, names : My dau. M" Frances 

Hackett now wife of Robert H., Esq. 

Wm., 1 s. Rob. Hackett of B'os, eq. aur. X* Ch., matric. 27 May 1680, a. 17 ; 

subs, as of Merton Coll., d. 17 & bur. 19 Nov. 1708 in the outward chapel of 

Merton Coll. (Foster.) 



Hannat's Plantation. 

818. Archer recorded the following, but no trace of it is known by the 
present occupant of the estate : — 

Geokqe Ince son of John & Maegaeet Ince buried March 9, 172 . | 11 
months old : and maegaeet, daughter of john & maegaeet ince, | buried 
July 13, 1734 . . 13 years, 2 months, and 21 days. 

John Ince, P. of C. in 1803, was probably grandson of John and Margaret. 



Bannattne Plantation. 

819. Archer also noted two fragments here, part of a Latin inscription, to 
" Surgeon Carew " by his brother " Chr. Carew." 

1680, April 23. John Carew (burial). 

1662, July 24. Chr. C. gent, for 12,100 lbs of sugar sells 30 a. n' Oistins Bay 
inX^Ch. (vol. ii., p. 561). 

* A crack has destroyed the second " t." 



ll& Monumental Inscriptions in Barbados. 

The Eidge Plantation. 

820. I saw the remains of two stone vaults here, but without names. One 
belonged to the family of Wm. Trotuian. 



CoTEELET Plantation. 

821. There is an empty tomb, but Sir Fred. Clarke, who resides here, assured 
me there was no name nor inscription. 



Neae Militaet Hospital. 

822. A stone to Hugh Blair 4«' Bat. d. 11 Aug. 1831. (Eeport on Historic 
Sites, p. 7.) 



Navy Land. 

823. Stone to "Wm. Alfred & James sons of Peter Bayne Q*" M"" of the 
4^^ Kings Own Eeg. & of Eliza his wife ; the former d. 1 July 1822 & the latter 
12 Oct. 1825. (Ibid.) 



Seaeles Plantation. 

824. In a cane piece (at the back of a little hut occupied by a poor white 
woman wlio lives on the proceeds of one acre, part of an ancient charity) is a 
marble slab with the top broken off and lost. There is part of a shield with 
traces of Arms : — A chevron, in base a martlet : — 

Here lyeth Interred y^ Body | of CHAELES COLLINS Esq"" | who 
Departed this life y^ 3 | of July 1697 Aged 70^i» {sic) years. 

There is a gap in the Burial Eegister 18 Oct. 1694 to 7 April 1700. He was 
a judge of Speights Bay in 1686. (Col. Cal., p. 180.) 



ST. MATTHIAS DISTEICT CHUECH. 

825. Brass in chancel : — 

To THE GlOET of GrOD | AND IN LOVING MEMOEY OF | WiLLIAM PhILLIPS 

Claeke I WHO DIED 12^= Decembee 1895. I AT MoNTE Caelo I Peincipality 
OF Monaco. | This East window was eeected by his widow. | E.I.P. 



826. On brass rod of communion rail : — 

Feom M. J. Haeding to the &loey of God and in loving memoey of 
MY sisTEE Agnes D. Walcott who died 29^^ Novembee 1893. 



827. Brass lectern : — 

Eeom E. Eobinson I To the Glory of God | and | in loving memoey 
OP 1 MY SISTEE I S. E. Haedinge | WHO DIED | V^ Eebeuaby | 1892. 



CHRIST CHURCH. 119 

828. Oblong brass behind Vicar's seat south side of chancel arch : — 

JFvom Hr. jr. I^aitniig | ^o Hje ©lotj) of eoU | $c in lobnig intmorD 
of tnj? Btfltcr I ^Qtirs 13: ffl®aIfolt | bjljo HitD 29it) i^lobcntiifr 1893. 



829. Brass. North wall of nave : — 

In I FOND & LOVING MEMOET OF | SaBAH HenET CeTJMPTON | WIDOW & 
EELICT OF I THE LATE HeKET CeLWPTON j SeCEETABY OF THE BaEBADOS | 

MiJTTJAL Life Assueance ^'ociety | Boen 21^'' Maech 1837 | Died 26^^ June 
1910 I (4 lilies) I This tablet is placed | heee as a teibtjte of filial 
affection & I esteem to an evee devoted & LOVING mothee I by hee eldest 
SON Eenest, 



830. Brass, same wall: — 

In loving memoet of | Henet Ceompton ] foe foety teaes in the 
employ of the Baebados I ^IrTiTAL Life Assueance {^'ociety & foe thiett 

TWO I YEABS SeCEETAEY" OF THE SAME. | AlSO FOE MANY | YEABS LaT- 

Bepeesentative in the Diocesan Synod | of this Island foe S'' Matthias' 
DisTEiCT I Boen IP" Novembee 1834 | Died 1^"^ Febeuaey 1895 | (4 lines) | 
This tablet is placed heee by his | eldest son Ebnest. 



St. Mathias Chuechtaed. 

The Eev. John S. Hughes, the Vicar, told me that this monument formerly- 
stood in the Savannah. 

831. White marble tomb : — 

At west end. Above is, in an oval, a painting of the steam frigate " H.M.S. 
Dauntless 33 guns 330 men edwaed pellew halsted captain." A blue 
coiled rope surrounds it. 

Below : — 

Abound this tomb, | best the eemains of J fifteen officees | & the 
captain's stewaed I OF H.M. 8CEEW feigate Dauntless, | who, togethek 

with THIETY-EIGHT seamen I TEN MAEINES, & TEN BOYS, | BUEIED IN THIS 
GABBISON ; I AND ONE OFFICEE, THEEE SEAMEN, | SIX MAEINES, & ONE BOY, | 
COMMITTED TO THE DEEP; | ALL PEEISIIED BY YELLOW FEVEE, | WHICH BEOKE 
OUT AT SEA, I ON LEAVING THE HAEBOUK OF S'^ TlIOMAS, | ON THE 10'^= OF 
NOVEMBEE 1852. 

At east end, a like oval. Ceest. — J lion rampant; and on garter: 
"Dauntless." 

This hallowed spot | was puechased & enclosed, | & this monument 
inscbibed i in honoeed memoey | to all who peeished, | by the loeds 

COMMISSIONEES of I THE ADMIEALTY, | THE CAPTAIN, & SUBVIVING OFFICEES | OF 
THE SHIP, I & BY I THE SOEBOWING EELATTVES & FEIENDS | OF THOSE WHO BEST 
BELOW, I THAT THEIR SACEED & BELOVED EEMAINS | SHOULD AWAIT IN 
UNDISTURBED BEPOSE | FOE THE COMING OF THAT GBEAT DAY, | WHEN ALL 
GEAVES SHALL BE SUMMONED | TO GIVE UP THEIE DEAD. 

Below this is a list of boys, which I have omitted. 



120 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

South side of tomb : — 

This Island at once affobded a generous eefuge [ & by the unceasing 
case of its citil militaet & medical authoeities, | the ship with hee 
suetiving ceew bestoeed to health, | was enabled to sail homewaeds on | 
THE 21^'' OF Maech 1853. I CoL. SiE "William M. Gr. Colebeooee C.B. K.H, 

GOTEENOE IN CHIEF | LlEUT. GeN. "WiLLIAM "WoOD, C.B. COMMANDING THE 
TEOOrS I THE THIRTY FOUETH EEGIMENT, THE SIXTY-NINTH EEGIMENT. 

Below is a list of seamen, which I have omitted. 

William Muneo Esq»^ inspectoe geneeal of hospitals | Eet^ William 
W. Jackson M.A. Chaplain of the forces | William Denny Esq''^ suegeon 

34™ EEGIMENT | ALEXANDER B. ClELAND EsQ^'^ M.D. SUEGEON 69'^^ EEGIMENT. 

Below is a list of seamen, which I have omitted. 
On the north face : — 

Boss MOOEE ElOUD, FIEST LIEUTENANT, ^TAT 37, OBIIT 28'^= NOY. 1852. 

Charles Kent, second lieutenant, 
Alfeed Neale, third lieutenant, 
William Simpson, lieutenant, 
Alexandee Langlands, chief engineee, 
Aethue C. Coupee (bueied off the poet), mate, 

HeNEY I. KUTTALL, SECOND MASTER, 

Edwin Death, captain's clerk, 

Geoege Goedon Bushby, midshipman, 

Joseph Ceispin, midshipman, 

Eleetwood Pellew Haswell, mastee's assistant, 

Chaeles Maetin, assistant engineer, 

S^ Geoege G. S. Datis, assistant engineee, 

James T. Henwood, assistant engineee, 

Waltee W. H. Eichabds, assistant engineee, 

William Welman, caepentee, 

James Venables, captain's stewaed. 

Below is a list of marines, which I have omitted. 

'Around the tomb is a paved area of white marble with surnames of officers. 
An iron railing encloses it, and the whole is in very good order. 

1852, Nov. 17. On board H.M.S. Dauntless, at B., Arthur C. Couper, 4*^ s. 
of Col. Sir Geo. C. Bart. (" G.M.," 216.) 

1852, Nov. 22. At B. of yellow fever, aged 25, Lt. Alfred Neale, of H.M.S, 
Dauntless, s. of John Corbett Neale, of West-end House Wickwar. (Ibid., 
216.) 

1852, Nov. 25. In the W.I. of yellow fever. Boss Moore Eloud, senior Lt. 
of H.M. steam frigate Dauntless. He was the s. of the 1. Tho. E. of Exeter, 
entered the Navy 1829, & gained his Lieutenancy in 1840 for his conduct at the 
battle of S' Jean d'Acre. He had subsequently served in Hazard 18, Spartan 26, 
& as fii'st of the Nimrod 20. The Dauntless (Capt. Halsted) has lost 16 of 
her officers & 60 of her crew by the same disease. (Ibid., 216.) 

1852, Dec. 2. At B. aged 26, St. George C. Sperling Davis, of H.M.'s s. 
Dauntless, onlv s. of the 1. Comm. G. E. J. D. E.N. & grands, of the 1. John 
Sperling of Dvnes Hall, Essex. (Ibid., 217.) 

1852, Dec." 2. At B. aged 28, Cha. Kent, 2*^ L* of H.M.S. Dauntless, 2*^ s. of 
the 1. Cha. K. of Brickling Lodge, Norfolk. (Ibid., 1853, p. 329.) 

1852, Dec. 12. Drowned at B. aged 25, Tho. Pat. Rowlatt, chief officer of 
the E.M.S. Derwent. (Ibid., 1853, 217.) 



28, 


2^»Dec. 


25, 


22^1' Noy. 


23, 


17™ Noy. 


32, 


22"^' Noy. 


21, 


17th Nov. 


28, 


23«" Noy. 


27, 


6™ Dec. 


20, 


14™ Dec. 


15, 


1«^ Dec. 


18, 


14™ Dec. 


28, 


25™ Noy. 


25, 


2^° Dec. 


21, 


18™ Noy. 


21, 


24™ Noy. 


40, 


15™ Dec. 


23, 


12™ Dec. 



CHRIST CHURCH. 121 

832. North side of churchyard : — 

Under a jessamy tree is a brick vault with top stone slab, which has never 
had any inscription. 

There are three tombs side by side at north-east corner. 

833. On white marble let into the top slab : — 

SACRED I to the memory | of \ Thomas Salkeld Esq. ) late master of | 
Hastings Grammar School | who departed this life | Ocf 12'^' 1852. | aged 25 
years | His pupils, in whose memory | his name is embalmed | have placed this 
humble | tribute | of affection over his mortal | remains in testimony of | their 
high esteem | for his departed ] worth | fama semper viret. 

Taggaet Baebados. 



834. Sacred | to the memory of | "William French, | who departed this life | 
Dec' 10*'' 1852 | Aged 24 | He was a native of Blaxham Oxfordshire | & master of 
the Highgate school | in this island | This tomb is placed over his remains | as a 
last tribute of respect | by his sorrow^ing widow. 



835. To the memory of | Henry Williams Esq'^ B.A. | of Wadham College 
Oxford I & master of the | Hastings Grammar School | in this island | who 
departed this life | the 16"' May 1853 | Aged 25 years. 

As 6 son of Eobert of Llangewny, co. Brecon, gent., he matric. from Wadham 
Coll. 26 June 1846, a. 18, B.A. 1850. (Foster.) 



There is a group of five tombs close to the north wall of chancel : — 

836. SacreU to ti)e memory | of | iSlsaSE® H. IMSiHiE^; | 3rir Son 
of I (tW^Zfi^ m* ^- 2rmm|li£ia, ^M, I UPeparteU m ptatt 20 ilotir 

1852 I mgetl 4 ¥«-JS 6 |H^ | (4 lines.) 



837. Sacred to the memory | of | E. MATHILDA. S. Eldest daughter 
of I CAPT^ H. A. TUENER, E.A. | Departed in peace le^^^ Nov. 1852 | 
Aged 7 T'« I 2 M« I (4 lines.) 

838. Sacretr to tl^e metnori? | of | fredk moese, | 2^^ son of | 

CAPTN H. A. TUEJNEE, E.A. | Departed in peace 1^* Ocf 1852 | Aged 9 Y» 
8 M« I (4 lines.) 



839. White marble slab :— 

Fanny Kemp | Cleland, | the cherished wife of | A. B. Cleland 

M.D. I SUEGEON TO H.M. 69™ EEGIMENT, I DIED OF FEVEE, | AFTEE FIVE DATS 

ILLNESS, I Septembee 24'^= 1852, I AGED 34 TEARS | (11 lines.) 



840. White marble let into top slab : — 

In memoet I OF | Anne Maey Hutton | wife of | Eichaed Holt 

HuTTON 1 & DAUGHTEE of I THE LATE | WiLLIAM STANLEY EoSCOE. | She 

died from yellow fever j during a visit to Barbadoes, | on the 21^' Dec; 
A.D. 1852, I Aged 31 Tears | (2 lines.) 



122 MOMJMEl^TAL DNSCBIPIIOKS IK BAEBADOS. 

841. At east end of chancel wall : — 

In Memory \ of \ Eliz'^ Augusta \ Youngest Daughter \ of \ Doctor Wilton 
George Turner | who died cfter a lingering illnefs of eight years \ on the o'* of 
Octoher 1853 \ Aged 14 Tears \ (3 lines.) 



ST. GEOEGE'S CHUECH. 

There are fourteen slabs in the floor of the nave and one in the north porch. 

842. On a white stone in the middle walk : — 

Beneath this Stone | are depofited the Eemains | of JOSEPH JOEDAN 
Hfq"" I of the Parifh of Saint-George \ who departed this Life | on the 29^1' Day 
of March 1752 | Aged 63 Years | Alio | of JELIZADETR his A\'ife | who 
departed this Life | Sep-" Q^^ 1761, Aged 66 Tears. | Likewife | of EDWAJRD 
JOEDAN I Son of Doctor JOSEFS JOEDAJS \ who departed tins Life | 
AugU5*^il780, Aged 19 Years. | And | of WILLIAM WALEEE JOEDAN \ 
Brother to the above EDWAED \ who departed this Life | Dec'' 31^* 278I, 
Aged 23 Years | This Stone is placed | by Doctor JOSEPH JOEDAN \ 
(5 lines; to memory of his parents and children.) 

See No. 198. 



843. Grey stone, middle walk : — 

Beneath this Stone lie the Eemains | of [ SAMUEL EAMSEY Senior, | 
who departed this Life July 29, 1813, | Aged 59 Years | (15 lines; placed by 
his son.) 



844. Blue marble, under seats : — 

Here Lyeth the Body | of lane the wife of | Thomas Meell Cln'rurgeon | who 
Departed this Life y« | 23ti> day of luly 1680 | Aged 29 yors | And all'o of John 
his Son I who was Buried the 17*'' | of luly 1678 aged about | two years & halfe. 



845. Grey marble, under seats : — 

Here lieth | The Body of Mary Berney, Eelict | of Eobert Berney Esq'" | 
(15 lines) ,| Ob' 17'^ July 1783 ^tat. 75 years. 



846. Blue marble, in cross walk : — 

ALEXANDER BEUCE | Doctor in Physick ] Died Nov'' 3 | 
. f Dom* 1768 

^^;^n^tatis37 
Peculiar Blef sings hear y' shortest Date ! 

3rd son of the Hon. James B. by Keturah French his wife. He graduated at 
Edinburgh. 



' St. george^s. 123 

847. Middle walk :— 

Here Ijeth Interred the Body of | Doctor JORW BATTTN of y^ Parifh \ 
of S'' Greorge, who departed this Life | January the 7*^^ 1692. | Also the Body of 
WILLIAM REES | BATTYN, JEfq' \ G-randfon to the above | mentioned 
Doctor Battyti who depart | -ed this Life the 14^^> of August, 1734, | Aged thirty 
Years | And also the Body of ELIZABETH y^ | Wife of EDWAED BRACE, 
Efq^ and | Daughter of the above mentioned Doc'^ | John Battyn, fhe departed 
this Life | the 2^^^ day of October, 1736, | Aged, fifty feven Years. 

See " Caribbeana," ii., 183. Archer gives " Perce " for Brace. 



848. Blue marble :— 

Here lieth the Body | of KATHARINE, | Widow of The Hon. Richaed 
WoESAM Efqu* I late Member of His Majesty's Council | of the Ifland of 
Baebados ; I who departed this Life Auguft 25**^ 1769 | aged 52 Years | 
(4 lines) | Here alfo lie [ john, eichaed-woesam, and chaelotte | three Infant 
Children of | john and chaeles peettejohn ; | and Grrand-children of the above 
KATHAEiNp] WOESA.M. | Here alfo lieth | Chaelotte, Wife of William 
HusTLEE, Efquire, ] of Acklam-Hall, in the County of Yoek ; | Daughter of | 
GrEOEGE aud Heneietta-Constantia Meade, | of Philadelphia } | and Grand- 
daughter of the above Kathaeine Woesam, | who died 25*^ December, 1801 ; | 
aged 20 Years | Here alfo lieth | John Peettejohn, Efquire, | (Son-in-law of 
the above Kathaeine Woesam,) who departed this Life 29'^ June, 1803 ; | aged 
72 Years | Here alfo lieth | Louisa, the Infant daughter of Brigadier- | 
G-eneral ] Feedeeick Maitland, and Kathaeine Woesam Meade | the Grand- 
daughter of the above Kathaeine Woksam, | who departed this Life 27*^^ 
September, 1803 ; | aged 8 Months. 

1680, June 29. Jn" Worsam Esq : Ch : (St. Michael's). See No. 861. 



849. Blue marble, under seats : — 

TO I the Memory of ] The ReV^ JO EN GAUTEB M.A. | who died | 
October the 21"' 1796 | (5 lines ; placed by widow.) 

1749, May 30. Rev^i John Carter & Elizabeth Reynolds Alleyne.(St. Michael). 
See monument later, No. 862. 



850. Under seats :— 

Beneath this Stone lie the Remains | of the Reverend THOMAS FALCON 
A.M. I Fellow of Queens College in Oxford | And Mafter of Codrington 
College I In this Ifland | He departed this Life February 4**» 1762 | Aged 
33 Years | (4 lines.) 

Tho. Falcon, s. of Michael F. of Workington, Cumb. pleb. Q. Coll. matric. 
31 Oct. 1745, a. 16 ; B.A. 1751, M.A. by decree of convocation 10 Feb. 1755, 
then of Cod. Coll. B. (Foster.) 



851. Blue marble, under seats. Hour glass, skull and crossbones, and 
festoon at top : — 

Here lyeth Interred the Body of | M^s ELIZABETH lOHNSTOUN 
who departed this life the 18''' | of luly 1729, in the 69 Year of | her Age 
Also I Are Deposited the Remains of | the Hon^e RICHARD SALTER, 
Grand Son to the Above Lady, he | Departed this life the 6"^'^ Aug' 1776, | Aged 
QQ Years. 

See the tablet to him later, No. 860. 

* Cemented. 



124 MONUMENTAL INSCRI^PTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

852. Blue marble, under seats : — 

HENRY PETER KING Elq' | died {hlanlc) aged | {blank) \ This Stone was 
Placed Over | his G-rave, as ordered \ by his Grrand-daughter | SUSANNAH 
GOSLING, Widow I in 1792. 



853. Blue marble, under seats near pulpit : — 

Here Lieth Interred the Body of | DRAX SHETTERDEN Esq Who | 
Departed this Life the 2Q^^ Day | of May 1699 in the 24'^' Year | of His Age. 

A pew rests on his age. 

Henry Drax, Esq., by his will dated 30 June 1682, gave his estate to his 
nephew Tho. Shetterden, eldest son of testator's sister Eliz., with remainder to 
Drax S., brother of Tho. 

Eliz., 3rd dau. of Sir James Drax of this parish, mar. Tho. Shetterden of 
CO. Herts (licence dated 25 Sept. 1666, he aged 31 and sl)e IV). They had two 
sons, an elder Henry who, as heir to his uncle Col. Henry Drax, took that 
surname, and a younger Drax. 



854. White marble, under seats. Jacobean shield in sunk oval : — 

Ceest. — A swan, wings raised. 

Aems. — Gules, a chevron between three swans close. 

Here lies Interr'd the | Hon^^' Col. PAUL LTTE \ who Departed this 
Life I in the Year 1687 | Also | the Hou^'i'' Coll. PAUL LYTE Esq-" Son of 
the j above paul Ixte. who departed this life in the | Year 1708 | Also | the body 
of lane lones, wife of the above | paul Ivte, who departed this life the 13"' | day 
of Ocf 1755 aged 72 Years. [ Also | the Hoa^e lOHN LYTE Son of the | 
above paul Irte Esq' and lane lones | who departed this life the 17'^ day | of 
May 17 . 7 aged 61 years. 

There was a family of Lyte of Lytes Cary whose pedigree was entered in the 
Visitation of co. Som., and whose arms were identical with the above. John Lyte, 
the Speaker of this Island, mar. a dau. and coheiress of Henry Peers. 

? 1767. A pew rests on the date. 



855. Blue marble, under seats : — 

Underneath this Stone | are depofited the remains | of | TIMOTHY 
THORN HILL Elq' | who was born June 26'" 1747 | and died April 25"* 1813 | 
aged 65 Years. 

1813, April 26. This day was buried by me in Church Timothy Thornhill 
Esq'- of S* Michaels husband to M" Elizabeth S. Thornhill. Anthy H^' Thomas, 
A.B. She died at Jackmans in this parish Nov. following. 

1813, April 27. Died on Sunday last and was buried on the following day at 
St. George's Church, Timothy T, Esq. a very respectable character, and a Captain 
in the Army. (Burial Register.) 



856. North porch :— 

On ye Northside of this tomb-ftone | lyeth interred y« Body of I 

CHALES {sic) SAWYER y« S . . | ANN SAWYER who d this | life 

November y^ 2, 1701 | Being in his 18^^* year. 



Sl^. (iEORGE^S. 125 

857. Nave, south wall, beginning at east end. There are six white marble 
tablets and one brass. Marble of various colours : — 

SACBED to the Memory \ of the Ho'nfiio THOMAS APPLEWHAITE 

ESQ'' I one of the Hon^^^ members of his Majesties | Council, in this 
Island, Lieu^ general of the | Forces here, Presid* of tlie Councils of 
War I Master general, of the Ordnance, and | Colonel, of the "Windward | 
Regiment of Foot | He Died the 14 day of lune | 1749 | Aged 59 Years | Also 
M'-^ ELIZABETH AFPLEWHAITE Wife | of the above-mentioned THO^ 
APPLEWHAITE \ Esq'', .^he Died the 11 April 1750 | Aged 59 Years. 
(There are marks below where some decoration has been — possibly a shield.) 
He was President. Tho. A. was a planter in 1672. Mr. John A. was buried 
at St. Michael 9 June 1672. (See " Caribbeana," ii., 187.) 



858. Sacred | to the memoet of | the HONOEABLE EORSTER 
clarke, i late member of council, colonel of militia, | an eminent 
pj,anter, anu for many tears one of the | representatives of the 
general assembly of this island | (7 hnes) | he departed this life on the 
second day of january | in the year of our lord one thousand eight 
HUNDRED AND FORTY ; | AGED 63 | (3 lines ; by widow and children.) 

1850, Nov. 19. At B., Major Cha. Edw. Micliel, 66th Reg. to Emily- 
Spooner, eldest dau. of Sir R. B. Clarke, K.C.B. Chief Justice of B. 
(" G-.M." for 1851, 196.) 



859. On brass below preceding : — 

Itt l^cmemirance of ®i2#ia®^ m^%^(^i!^^ CHiti^liiE | Pro* 
jjrietor of ;Stcpnep l^lantatton iuJjo tiieU at jFrampost | i£a»t ©rmsteaU, 
Sussex, iSttglanU'on tije tUjentj) seconti | of JFebruarg 1877 | (erected by 

daughters.) 



860. On a medallion is shewn the face of deceased : — 

NOLLEKENS F* ; 

The Hon^ie RICHARD SALTER, | many years a member of his Majesty's | 
Council of this Iflaiid an unbiafs'd Senator, | an upright Magistrate, an honest 
man, | departed this life Aug' 6'*^ 1776, Aged 66. | His disconsolate widow 
Margaret daughter | of Joseph & Sarah Salmon erected this | monument to the 
best of Husbands. 

Below on a Chippendale shield are: — 

Crest. — A lion rampant. 

Arms. — Argent, on a chevron engrailed between three choughs as many 
crescents. 

On an inescutcheon : Quarterly, 1 and 4, a saltire between four spears or 
fusils (J) ; 2 and 3, Argent, three salmon hauriant. 

See No. 260 and "W.I. Bookplates," No. 233. 

He was son of the Hon. Timothy S., who was a M. of C. 1713 and 1723. 
Col. Richard S. commanded a Barbadian regiment in 1692 against Martinique. 



l26 MONuMKifTAL Inscriptions in Barbados. 

861. Sacked to the memory | of JOHN PRETTEJOHN, esquibe ; | who 

WAS BORN THE 29''^ OF OCTOBER 1731, AND DIED THE 29'^^ OF JUNE, 1803 | 

(many lines ; erected by his widow Charlotte.) 

Crest. — Broken off and missing. 

Arms. — A lion passant between three mullets Or ; impaling, Quarterly, 
1 and 4, A lion passant between three pheons Sable ; 2 and 3, worn off. 
Motto. — vindicat viut . s ast . a. See No. 848, ante. 

1801, Nov. 23. John P. o£ B. to Miss Augusta Buckley. (" G.M.," 1209.) 
1803, July 29. At Bath, the wife of John P. jun. of B. a dau. (Ibid., 787.) 
1803, June 29. At B. in his 73d year, John P. (Ibid., 882.) 
1830, Aug. 16. At Beading, in her i9th year, Charlotte, relict of John P. 

1. of B. (Ibid., 188.) 

1840, April 8. At Paston, co. Northampton, John P. of B. & Harehatch, 

Berks, to Laura, yst. dau. of Cha. Cole of Paston Hall. (Ibid., 536.) 



862. A very fine white marble monument, with an urn at the top : — 

On spade shield : Fer chevron Gules and Ermine, tico talbots' heads erased 
(facing to sinister) in chief ; impaling. Argent, a chevron Gules between three 
Catherine wheels. 

To I The Memory of | The Kev** JOHN CARTER A.M. | (26 lines ; near 
50 years Eector, and for more than half that period Minister; erected by 
vestry) | died October the 2l«' 1796, Aged 90. 

John Carter, s. of John C. of I. of B. esq. Q. Coll. matric. 14 May 1730, a. 18, 
but this does not agree with the date of birth as given by the M.I. 



863. Sacred to the Memory of j Thos Carmichaell Elq''e; Son of Archibald 
Cabmichaell I & Frances his Wife, formerly Prances Applewhite, who | 
departed this Life the 11'^ day of April 1789 aged 52 Years | (10 lines.) 



864. On the west wall, north side of door : — 

BARBADOS 1831 | A TRIBUTE OF FILIAL AFFECTION, TO THE MEMORY OF | 

SA.MUEL AND MEECY DRAYTON. 

1846, Dec. 26. At St. John's Wood, \Vm. Drayton, 1. of B. (" G-.M.," 
1847, p. 214.) 



864 a. On the south side of door : — 

Within this Sacred Enclosure | lie deposited the Eemains of | EDMUND 
KEYZAR 1 Who resigned a life of 29 Years | on the IPi' August 1795, | 
Together with those of his Consort | ELIZ ABETS ANN KEYZAR \ Who 
departed this life | the 22'^'^ July 1804 in the 33^'^ Year | of her Age. 



ST. George's. 127 

865. On the north wall, commencing at the west end : — 

IN MEMORY OF | GEOEGE HALL, j tekth and youngest son oe 

WILLIAM HALL OF TTLLEY | IN THE COUISTY OF DONEGALL, IRELAND, OF LOCUST 
HALL ESTATE, IN THIS PARISH, j AND MANY YEARS A MERCHANT IN BRIDGETOWN | 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON THE 12^^ OF SEPT« 1810, | AGED THIRTY-FOUR 
YEARS I AND WHOSE REMAINS LIE INTERRED WITHIN THESE WAILS ; | THIS STONE 
IS ERECTED | BY HIS ONLY SURYIYIKG BROTHER ; | (11 lines.) 

Crest. — A stork statant, in its right foot a roundle. 

Arms. — Saile, a chevron Or hetween three cranes^ heads erased, a lorderofthe 
second charged with eight trefoils of the first. 
(? Hall of Dunglass, Scotland.) 



860. A large marble monument with the figure of Isabella and the pot of 
basil ; above is an urn with medallions, on which are carved the faces of a man 
and woman, all finely executed and signed " J. Tyley Bristol " : — 

To the Memory of HENET TEOTMAN Elq : | For many years a 
representative of this Parifh : | "Who was universally esteemed | (etc., 3 lines) | 
And to the Memory of ELIZABETH his Wife, | who was | (etc., 2 lines) | 
This Monument is erected with filial affection | by THOMAS CLAEK 
TEOTMAN, I ELIZABETH died Aug. 26"' 1790 Aged 60 | HENEY 
TEOTMAN died Dec^ 8, 1804 Aged 68 | (L line.) 

1793, Sept. In Temple-pl. the Lady of Tho. Trotman, esq. lately arrived from 
B. (" G.M.," 867.) 

Tho. Clark T. d. 7 May 1826, a. 58. M.I. at Clifton. (" Caribbeana," ii., 
872.) 



867. Over the porch on a decorated marble oval : — 

Erected from the | Euins of an unfparing Storm | In the year of Grace 
1784 I By the fpirited and unwearied Exertions of | HENRY TEOTMAN 
Church warden. | The applauding Parifhioners in Zeal unfhaken by the | wild 
uproar of the Elements, rejoice to fee their Church | with Dignity restored ; and 
no longer remember with regret | the former Houfe i (6 lines) I The Eev** 
JOHN CAETEE Eector. 



868. A fine white marble oval, surmounted by an urn wreathed, and with a 
shield of arms in the centre. Arms : — Argent, three hattle-axes Sable (Gibbes) ; 
impaling, Fer chevron Gules and E7'mine in chief two lions' heads erased Or 
( Alley ne) : — 

Sacred to the memory of CHEISTIAN GIBBS, | Confort of JOHN 
GIBBS, I Daughter of the honourable EEYNOLD ALLEYNE, | (34 
She dyed Feb. 22, 1780, aged 77 years. 



869. SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | SAEAH PAYNE, I THE AFFECTIONATE 
AND BELOVED WIFE | OF WILLIAM BYNOE, I AND YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF | 
THE LATE JAMES CRAGG KELLMAN, | ALL OF THIS PARISH, j SHE DIED IN 
LIVERPOOL I ON THE 25™ OF JUNE 1857 | AGED 28 YEARS | AND WAS INTERRED IN 

THE CEMETERY | OF Q"^ JAMES IN THAT TOWN | (6 lines ; by her husband.) 
See her father's stone. No. 899. 



128 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

870, This monument is a facsimile of the Gibbs one : — 

Asms. — Two leopards' faces in pale, hettoeen as many Jlaunches Or. 
Ceest. — This has been lost. 

On a panel at the foot of the urn : — 

M' FREEE I died 24"' May 1792 | Aged 50 Years. 

Below this : — 

In this monument are depofited the remains | of the honorable HENET 
PRERE I (22 lines ; military officer, President of C. ; lost his wife ; left his 
fortune to his niece, whom he had educated.) 

See W.I. bookplates No. 188. There is a large picture in the Church by Sir 
Benjamin "West which was given by Mr. Erere. 

See the M.I. to Dorothy his wife at Christ Church. By his will dated 19 May 
and proved 10 Nov. 1792 (558, Eountain) he left his estate to his great-niece 
Dorothy Jones, dan. of Kob, Burnet J., Atty.-Gen., by Eliz. Susanna, dau. of 
Sam. Estwick, M.P., by Eliz. Erere, sister of testator. 



871. On a small tablet: — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | ANNE WILHELMINA, THE WI¥E OF 

CHARLES HENRY DARLING esq''^ | (priyate secretary to the 

GOVERNOR OP THIS ISLAND) | AND DAUGHTER OF ALLEN DALZELL ESQ«^ OF 
BUTTALLS in the parish of 8^ GEORGE. | HER MORTAL REMAINS REST IN A 
NEIGHBOURING ISLAND : | BUT THIS TABLET IS ERECTED IN THE CHURCH OF HER 
NATIVE PARISH | (4 lines) I BORN 13^^= JULY 1813, DIED 16™ OCTOBER 1837 | 

SACRED ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF | CHARLES HENRY HAY DARLING, | 

THE INFANT SON OF CHARLES HENRY DARLING ESQ^^ | WHO DIED ON THE 18™ 
NOVEMBER 1837, AGED 1 TEAR AND 9 MONTHS. 

See the tablet to her in Clifton Church. (" Caribbeana," ii., 373.) She was 
mar. in 1835. He was eldest son of Maj.-Gen. Henry Cha. Darling, Lt.-Gov. of 
Tobago, and was b. in 1809 ; became Gov. of several colonies, a K.C.B., and d. at 
Cheltenham 25 Jan. 1870. M.I. in the New Cemetery. He mar. 2ndly in 1841 
the eldest dau. of the Hon. Joshua Billings Nurse of B., who died 1848. 
("D.N.B.") 



872. On a small brass : — 

IN MEMORY OF | JOHN PHILLIPS MASON | and of ANNA MATILDA 
HIS WIFE I LATE OF BULKELEY IN THIS PARISH | (1 line ; erected by their 
children in 1906.) 



873. A large white and grey marble monument with cherubs' heads and 
mantling. At the foot are : — 

Arms. — A lion rampant, in its paw a staff raguly ; impaling, 1, Argent, an 
inescutcheon ; 2, A chevron letween three cocks. 
Crest. — A lion's head erased. 

The HONOURABLE | HENRY PEERS Esq' | Ob* the 4*^^ of September 1740 | 
^ta« 57 Years. 

Son of the Hon. Capt. Geo. P. of St. Michael's. He was M. of A. 1706 and 
Speaker in 1727. He had a s. Henry who d. v.p. and two daughters and 
coheiresses who mar. Tobias Erere and John Lyte. 



ST. geohge's. 129 

874. At the east end. A small tablet surmounted by a cross : — 

In lobmg memori) of I m^^^ ^emi&W. I ouIi> djilU of 

1888, I agfO 20 Ijears I (4 lines.) 



875. South-west wall of chancel : — 

Itt affectionate remrmijvancc of | alexandee ashby ] who died 

AT CASTLE-GllAKT, IX THIS ISLAISD | IN THE MONTH OF OCTOBER 1868, | AGED 
56 YEARS, I AND WAS INTERRED NEAR THIS SPOT. | (2 Hues) | illSO Of SAEAH 

ELIZABETH ASHBY, ] wife of the abote, \ who died in london, | the 

22'''> DAY of may 1874, | and was interred beside her husband I IN THE 

month of JULY 1874 I (2 lines.) 



876. In lobtng memorj? of | Elizabeth alleyne and maeia 

PILGEIM, I WHO DIED within a FEW WEEKS OF EACH OTHER A.D. 1881. | 
2r})tS tablet IS PUT UP BY THEIR NEPHEWS AND NIECES j THE CHILDREN OF j 
WILLIAM AND ANNIE MURRAY | TO WHOM THEY SUPPLIED THE PLACE OF A 

MOTHER I (1 line.) 



877. Ledger west of nave : — 

Here lyeth the body of Alexander | Anderson jitn^ eldeft Son of | 
Alexander Anderson Esq'' | of the Parish | of S* Peter All Saints | who 
departed this life the 17"' Day | of Octob^ 1730 Aged | 78 Years. 



878. On a fragment of blue marble ledger, 18th century in style : — 
Body of Cap 1 . . PSTEE | . . . . this Life the | . . Tears. 



Church-yard. 
879. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | THOMAS DEAKE BAEKEE Esq» j or 

ANDREWS PLANTATION | IN THE PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JANUARY 15^11 1838 I AGED 69 YEARS | ALSO | EEBECCA BAEKEE I WHO 

DEPARTED THIS LIFE SEPTEMBER 17, 1809 | AGED 29 YEARS | ( 3 Hnes ; placed by 
children.) 

1809, Sept. 11. Anthony Barker Col. of S' Josephs Eeg* of Militia. 

1809, Sept. 18. M'^ Barker wife of Thomas Barker Esq'" of Pilgrim Estate 
Christ Church. (Burial Eegister.) 

1822, :N'ov. Lately. At Bristol, Eev. V\^. S. Bradley, Preb. of Wells, & Vicar 
of Timbersfoiiibe, to Erances-Maria, dau. of 1. A. Barker, esq. of B. (" Gr.M.," 
464.) 



880. South side of churchyard. : — 

STO tije l^emori) of | JOHN CUM.MINS | Who departed this Life Jany 
18^'' 1807 I Aged 60 Years | (3 lines; placed by widow Elizabeth cummIns.) 

This inestimable Woman whose remains are also | beneath this Stone died 
Jany 2'! 1827 | Aged 74 Years j (11 lines.) 



130 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

881. "White marble, enclosed by railing south of chancel : — 

Here Lieth Interred the Bodv of | The Honourable THOMAS APPLE- 
WHAITE Esq | obiit lune 14'i' 1749. | ^tatis 59. 1 Also M^s ELIZABETH 
APPLEAVHAITE Wife of | the above ineniioned THOMAS APPLE- 
"WHAITE I Esq. obiit the 11*'' of April 1750 j ^tatis 59 Years. 

See his tablet No. 857. 



882. Adjoiiiing, also enclosed by railing : — 

In Memory of | The Honourable JOHN ERE RE Eiq'' \ wlio J)ied .Tanunrv 
25'h 1766. 1 Aged 60 Years | And of SUSANNA FREKE \ wlio Died July 
l»t 1759 I Aged 46 Years. 

See " "W.I. Bookplates," No. 188. He was Lt.-Gen. and President. She was 
dau. of Tho. Applewhaite, also President. 



883. South of above. Broken and pieces lost : — 

IN MEMOKY OE | (7 lines) | J/^« BOBOTHT FBERE \ Daughter of | 

EICHAED & MARY SCUDAMORE | OF KENT CHURCH COURT | IN HEREFORDSHIRE | 

GBEAT BRITAIN \ and | to the honourable | . . . . IBEBE Efq'"; \ . . OF 
BABBADOS : | was born January, 26, 1734. | . . . . September 13, 1756. | 
. . . d June 1, 1782. | . . . . daughters. | . . . . ously, | . . . . them all. 

Her husband was the Hon. Henry Erere. See her tablet in Christ Church, 
No. 796. 



884. East of chancel. Skull and crossbones in oval : — 

OMNIA VANITAS | GBACE ELLCOGK \ Ob^ December 17"' 1774 
An. nat 60 | (2 lines.) 

Archer gives " Grant EUcock " d. 11 Dec. I do not know which is right. 



885. THIS STONE MARKS THE TOMB OF | THE HONORABLE FOKSTER CLARKE | 
OF THIS ISLAND \ WHO DIED ON THE 2^" JANUARY 1840 | AGED SIXTY THREE 
TEARS 1 AND OF HANNAH PEESCOD his wife I WHO DIED ON THE 25™ 
FEBETJART 1858 I AGED SEVENTY YEARS. 



886. A large walled grave east of these two, no M.I., to Kev. Sisnett, a 
former Rector. (Sexton.) 



887. SACRED | to the memory of edmund dayrell Efq"" | who departed 
this Life on the 16™ Sepf 1789 | (3 lines ; relict) j (11 lines lower down.) 



888. Close to north wall of chancel : — 

Beneath this Stone \ are deposited the Eemains of | Eh'zabeth Jane Piggott, | 
Daughter of Joseph Mosely | and Elizabeth Jane Piggott. | She departed this 
life Eeby 8^^ 1821 | Aged 19 Years. 



ST. George's. 131 

889. This Stone is facred to the memory | of | ANN TRUSLER I only 
Daughter & real comfort of | JACOB & MERCY TRUSLER | who left her 
Grey-headed Parents | June 15 1780 | Aged 28 Years | (3 lines) j Also her 
Father | Who Lived an Honest man | and died a good Christian | on the 3 of 
Dec'- 1785 aged 49 Ye*''« | (2 lines.) 



890. Curbed grave : — 

THE I FAMILY BIJEIAL PLACE | OF | J. C. COLLIlSrS | (modem). 



891. Here Lyes Interred the body | of Ann Sawyer wife of | Charles Sawyer 
who I departed thif Life feptember | the 5*^ 1691 aeed 30 years | And on her 
Rioht band lyeth j Interred the body of hur (sic) | Brother Valentine Wilee 
who I died the 15^'' of novemb'' | 1691 aeed 39 years | And on her left hand 
lyeth I the body of hur kinfman | Robert Wilee fon of the above | naaied 
Valentine Wilee who | departed thif life the 4^'' day | of May 1692 aged about 
19 years | Also Here Lyes interred y*' | body of Elizabeth Sawyer dauG | ter of 
y<= Aboue menconed Ann | Sawyer aaed 17 years who de 1 parted this Life y® 14 
of May I 1697. 

892. Vault enclosed by railing. White marble slab : — 

Sb^€^&B i TO THE MEMOET OF | WILLIAM LUCIEN WARREN 
ESQE I WHO DIED JUNE 22^° 1854. 



893. Headstone:— 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF I WILLIAM DEANE FREEMAN ESQ^ [ M.B. T.C.D 
SURGEON A.M.D. | WHO DIED AT BARBADOES | OF YELLOW FEVER WHILE IN 
DISCHARGE OF HIS DUTIES ON | THE 5'^^ OF OCTOBER 1881 | AGED 24 YEARS 

(3 lines.) 



894. Skull and crossbones at top : — 

Here Lyeth Interred the Body of Edward | Claypool Esq'" who departed this 
life the 11"' | of November 1692 and in the E . . . . and fifth | year of his Age. | 
And Also Alice Sarah and Elizabeth Claypo | ole the Daughter!' of the abovefaid 
Edward | Claypoole Esq'". | Alice departed this Life | luly the 16"' 1679 Sarah the 
21^^ of i November 1679 and Elizabeth the 18"' of | December 1685. 



895. On the top slab of a large tomb : — 

Beneath this Stone | are deposited the Remains of | JONATHAN 
BOYGE I who at the age of 38 years | and after a short union of only six 
months | (3L lines; died) March 11«'' 1832. 



896. Here | lieth interred [ the Body of | GEORG-E HALL Elq"" | who 
departed this life | the 2"'' November .1742 | Aged 31 Years | Alio | the Body of 
HANNAH SPOONER | Wife of | JOHN SPOONER Elq'" | And | Daughter 
of the above 1 GEORGE HALL Elq'" | who departed this life | the 15"' May 
1752 I Aged 20 Years. 

Her husband was Attorney-Gen. of St. Chr. in 1727, and d. 1758. See 
pedigree, " Caribbeana," i., 2. 



132 MONUMENTAL iNSCRlPTiONS lif BARBADOS. 

897. Sam5 I To the Memory of | ANTHONY GULSTON | who departed 
this life 19'h September 1821 | Aged 44 years j (4 lines.) 



898. Here lieth the Body of | SAEAH BASCOM | who departed this life 
the I 30"' of October 1777 Aged | 74 Years [ Also the Body of SAEAH wife | 
of GEIFEIN BASCOM | who departed this life 12^" | of October 1798 Aged 
52 years. 



899. SACKED I TO THE MEMORY OF j JAMES CEAGG KELLMAN | who 

BEPAETED THIS LIFE | JANUARY 1^^ 1852 | AGED 42 YEARS | ALSO | TO THE 

MEMORY OF | JOHN EYAEE KELLMAN | youngest son of the above | 

WHO departed this life I SEPTEMBER 20^'* 18(56 | AGED 26 YEARS | (6 liues.) 

See his daughter's stone, No. 869. 



900. On a stone tomb : — 

SUSAN FEANCES EVELYN | Died 30 August 1899 | Aged 78 years. 



901. In Loving Memory of | E. T. GREGOEY | died Sep. 14, 1894 Aged 
59 years. 

The clerk stated that the above was a plumber, related to the Eev. Mr. Bowen, 
and that his son the Eev. J. G. Gregory is now of St. Barnabas. 



902. On a marble cross : — 

LILIAN ISABEL DYDOGU (?) MARY, eldest child of | Colwyu & Lilian 
VULLIAMY I Born 25"' of March 1898 | died 25^1^ May 1894. 



903. BELL. 1833. 



904. On a stone slab enclosed by iron railing : — 

UNDER THIS STONE \ LIES THE BODY OF | RICHARD INNISS | WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE I THE 17''= DAY OF NOVEMBER 1810 | AGED 59 YEARS. 



905. On, a stone vault : — 

Sacred | to the memory of | EOBEET COLLYMOEE Esquire ] who served 
many Years in the Vestry ] of this Parish | (6 lines) | He died at the advanced 
age of 80 years | on the 6"' of May 1821 | (4 lines.) 

1658-9, Eeb. 10. Cap* Eobert Cullimore and Katherine Nichols. (St. John's.) 



906. On a stone vault : — 

SARAH ELIZABETH | RELICT OF WILLIAM HENRY HOWARD ] AND MOTHER OF | 
ANTHONY HOWARD | OF GOLDEN RIDGE IN THIS PARISH | DIED JULY 4^" 1863 j 
AGED 81 YEARS. 



133 

907. On a marble slab on the south side of the sloping roof of a large stone 
sarcophagus : — 

JAMES THOMAS WILLIAMS SEN^ | born 1^^ may 1769, | died 
SEPTEMBER 4^« 1815 | MAKGAIiET ELIZABETH WILLIAMS | born 25''« 
JANUARY 1779 I DIED MARCH 8^« 1836 | ELIZABETH ANN TKOTMAN | 
BORN 20^^^ JUNE 1791 I DIED FEBRUARY 23''« 1831 j JAMES THOMAS 
WILLIAMS I BOHN 16"' FEBRUARY 1797 ] DIED SEPTEMBER 4''^= 1821 | 

MARaARET SMITH AVILLIAMS | born 31«^ august 1799 | died November 
15^H 1803 I JOHN HENRY CUTTING | born 21^^ December 1826 | died 
SEPTEMBER 30^= 1827 | SARAH MARGARET CUTTING | born 17^= august 

1828 I DIED august 21, 1828 | HENRY TROTMAN | born 20'^^ august 

1829 I died SEPTEMBER 3«° 1829. 

At the east end : — 

JAMES THOMAS WILLIAMS | Born February 16^^ 1797 | Died 
September 4^'^ 1821 | in memory of | SIMON LEE TROTMAN | of 

LIYERPOOL I BORN 1801 ] DIED 1862 | ELIZABETH P. W. TROTMAN | BORN 1811 | 
DIED 1895. 



908. Ou a white marble cross enclosed by iron railing : — 

EDWARD EVAN PARRI8 | DIED JUNE 16, 1892 | AGED 48 YEARS [ (1 line.) 



909. Sacred to the memory of | FRANCIS BUTCHER Elq | who departed 
this life I the 8'i' of September 1777 | Aged (i5 Years. 
See Som. and Dorset N. and Q., V., 78, and Foster. 



910. TO THE MEMORY OF | GEORGE WILLIAM BASCOM ESQ | BORN 16^" APRIL 
1801 AND I DIED 29^»i JULY 1831 | ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF | MARY CHRISTIAN 
BASCOM j THE BELOVED WIFE OF | THE ABOVE | BORN 4^^= fEB"^' 1804 AND ] DIED 
18™ DEC" 1857. 

Edward Daniel, only s. of Edward B. of St. John's, B., gent., St. Mary Hall, 
matric. 26 Oct. 1837, a.' 21 ; B.A. 1841. 
See No. 288 under Walrond. 



911. North of nave : — 

BENEATH THIS STONE ON THK | 17''" ANNIVERSARY OF HER MARRIAGE | WERE 
DEPOSITED THE EARTHLY REMAINS | OF SUSANNAH, THE BELOVED WIFE OF | 
JOSEPH TROTMAN ESQ'' AM. | AND DAUGUTER OF \ XlIO^ W AND FRANCES 
BRADSHAW | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE IN CHILDBIRTH | ON THE 22'"> OF APRIL 

1852 I AGED 37 YEARS | (5 liues ; erected by husband and children.) 

Henry Trotman, s. of Tho. Clarke T. of I. of B., gent., matric. from Q. Coll. 
Oxf. 16 Dec. 1812, a. 22. 

John Warren T., 1 s. of Henrv T. of S' Geo., I. of B., gent., matric. from 
St Alban Hall, Oxf., 17 Oct. 1839, a. 18. 

Joseph T., 2 s. of Tho. T. of B., esq., matric. from Wore. Coll., Oxf., 24 Oct. 
1822, a. 18 ; B.A. 1827, M.A. 1829 ; bar.-at-l. Inner T. 1833. 



IM MONUMENTAL INSCUIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

912. Stone tomb : — 

m MEMOEY I OF | LIEUTENANT COLONEL W. F. BLAKE | FIRST BATTALION OF 
THE KINGS OWN EOYAL LANCASHIKE REGIMENT { WKO DIED OF YELLOW FEVER AT 
GUN HILL BARBADOS | ON G^= OCTOBER 188 L | AGED 46 YEARS. 

Many of the stones in above list have been much broken, and are liable to 
be lost if not soon secured with cement. 



Archer gives six other inscriptions now lost : — 

913. The Hon. Bury Frere 

Arms. — Two leopards^ heads affrontee Or, between two jlaimches of the second. 

914. M""^ Prances Jordan, wife of M'' Thomas Jordan, born 27 June 1757, 
d. 18 . . 

915. . . . DUED LEWIS, Phys . . d 1692 aged 40. 

916. Arabella, wife of George Pe . . . . (Very old fragment.) 

917 MARY PARTRIDGE, wife of SAMUEL YAED PARTRIDGE .... JAMES 

GRASSELL 

918. The tomb of D>' Sedgwick and his family. 



ST. JAMES', HOLE TOWN. 

On the floor of central walk of nave beginning at the west door. 

919. Blue marble ledger. The right edge of last three lines has been 
cemented : — 

Here Lyes Tnterr'd the Body of | M^ THOMAS KING- | who departed this 
Life the 11'^^ | day of November, in the year | of our Lord 1722 and in .... | 
Sixtyeth year of ... . 

920. Blue marble ledger : — 

Here Lyes the Body of | M'" EDW^ARD JORDAN^ who Departed | this 
Life the 16*'' day of Peb'y 170|, | Aged 52 Years. | Here alto Lyes the Body of | 
W^ ANNE lORDAN Wife to Major | EDWARD lORDAN who Departed 
this I Life the 17'^' day of Auguft 1726, | Aged 41 Tears, j *Here under also 
lieth Interred the Body of Major | Edward Iordan Son of the aforefaid 
BBWARB IORDAN \ Hiisbaiid of the aforefaid anne who departed this life | April 
the 16"*' Anno Salufis 1728 \ ^tatis 47 years \ Here also lieth Interred the Body 
of losEPii DoTiN j Esq'' Sou in Law to the laid Major Edward Iordan \ who 
departed this life March the 30'"' \ Anno SaJutis 1735 Jiitatis 45 Years \ Here 
alio lieth Interred the Body of M^ Edward Iordan Dotin Son of the aforefaid 
Joseph Dotin by j his Wife anne Daughter of the above mentioned | Major 
Edward Iordan and his Wife anne He departed | this life May the 21** Anno 
Salutis 1736 | JEtatis 11 Tears \ Tho« Hill fc. | Here alio lyeth ann Relict of 
the above lo* Dotin Wife ] to the Rev'* M"" Dudley Woodbridge to whose Memory 
the I Monument on the S° Wall was erected with whom also | lyeth her Dater 
Ann Woodbridge who died luly 27*'' 1740 | Aged 29 Months. 

* Lettering now smaller. 



ST. JAMES*. 135 

1736, May 21. Edward Jordan Dotin aged [blank], died of a Tnalignant 
Eever. 

1740, July 29. Ann Woodbridge aged 29 months, died of an Imposthume in 
her head. (Burial Eegister.) 

1701, Sept. 1. M'" Edward Jordan & M" Ann Holder. 

Eev. Dudley Woodbridge Inducted 21 April 1742. 

See No. 934. 



921. White marble ledger : — 

Here lieth Interred the Body I of MAHY PHILLIPS | w^lio departed this 
Life the 9"' July | 1763. Aged 61 Years | Here alio lies Interred the Body | of 
MILLICENT Wife of SEPTUN MORG-AN | who departed this Life the 
9'^ Sept'- I 1768, Aged 22 Years. 



922. White marble ledger :— 

Here Lyeth Interr'd the Body of | the Eev'^ M'^ RICHAllD SHIHE late | 
Rector of this *. . . ish who Died the | 17 *. . ctobe . . . . 47 Aged 34 Years. 

1744, Aug. 29. Rev. Rich'' Shier Inducted. 
Burial not recorded. 



923. White marble at centre of walks (much worn) :— 

Here lie the Remains | of ] GABRIEL LORD Esq'" \ Who died October 
the . 1 (?) 1803 I Aged . . . Years | (4 lines.) 



925. Blue marble ledger : — 

To point out the Dust of J SAMUEL BARWICK | who in the 63'i Year 
of his Age Died | Commander in Chief of his | Native Country January y^ l^t 
1732 [ WILLIAM his Eldest Son here | placeth this Stone Beneath which | 
the Ashes of SAMUEL the youngeft | Son reunites in one common Mafs j 
with those of his Father he Died | lune 4*'' 1741 in the 39*'^ Year of his | Age. 

1732-3, Jan. 1. The Honble Samuel Barwick Esq'' President, etc. (Burial 
Register.) 



926. Grey marble in cross walk to north door (much ivorn) : — 

Here lieth the Body of | Madam MABY GLASGOW; \ Relict of the 
Reverend John Glofgow ; \ who died the 25"' of June, 1734. | Aged 63 Years. | 
Alfo the Bodies of four Children ; | Sons & Daughters of Edward & Judith Anne 
Henry \ Eli .... who died the 22'' Day of De^ceni'' 1738 (?) j Aged 2 Years | 
John Gl . . . . {? G-lasgow) who died the 26"' Day of J .... | Aged 10 Months. | 
.... who died the 26"' Day of October 1 . 4 . | Aged 4 Years and 6 Months : j 
And Thomas Henry who died the 26 of Auguft | 1747 Aged 3 Years: | Alio 
the Body of the faid EDWABB HENBY Efq''. 1 who died the 14"' Day of 
March 1756. | Aged 32 Years (?32 or 52). 

1734, June 26. Mary Glasgow aged 63 years died of a Leprosy. (Burial 
Register.) 

* Cemented. 



136 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

927. South porch. White marble ledger with a long inscription of forty-two 
lines (worn in places) : — 

To the Memory | of DAME CHRISTIAN ALLEYNE, | the beloved Wife 
of SIB lOHN GAY ALLEYNE BAB'^ \ who 1 (6 lines) | (died) on the 2 day 
of .... of our Lord 1782 | (Married life 36 years.) 

She was 4th dau. and coheiress of Joseph Dotin, and was mar. 19 Oct. 1746. 



928. White marble font :— 

"Dedit Eichardus Walter to the church of St : lames' Anno 1684. 

The Hon. Kichd. Walter, merchant and planter, Avas bur. here 17 Aug. 1700. 



929. Bell:— 

God Bless King William 1696. 



930. Brass under window in south porch : — 

In affectionate mExMoey of John | Bishop-culpepeb late cap'^n 14^^ | 

LIGHT dragoons OF EASY HALL IN THIS | ISLAND WHO DIED JAN''^ 3"" 1875, | 

Erected by his widow. 



931. Brass in floor of chancel : — 

TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF | CHARLES THOMAS 
ALLEYNE OF PORTERS IN THIS PARISH | THIS CHANCEL WAS ENLARGED AND 
BEAUTIFIED A.D. 1874. 

Chas. T. A. was also of Litfield Place, Clifton. His son Mr. Eorster 
McGeachy A., M.A., bar.-at-law, resided at Porters 1897 — 1908, and died 24 Nov. 
1913, aged 68, in L. (Long obituary notice in '" Times.") The family having 
lost money heavily, Porters estate was sold to Dr. Pilgrim. 



932. On a brass plate inserted in wooden base of lectern: — 

In memorp of | i^iS^iat EHiliS^iliS | presenteU ijjj |«: M: ^, | 
1877. 

933. On the south wall of nave are three monuments : — 

Crest. — A Jiorses head out of a ducal coronet. 

Arms. — Quarterly, 1 and 4, Per chevron Ermine and Gules, two lions' heads 
erased Or (Alleyne) ; 2 and 3, Sable, a hand issuing from sinister side couped, 
grasping three arrows, one in pale and two in saltire (P Lowle), all Or ; impaling. 
Quarterly of 4 : 1. Argent, two bars douhly embattled Gules (James of Ightliam, 
Kent) ; 2. Argent, a chevron Sable between three millrinds transverse (James) ; 
3. Barry wacg of six Argent and Azure, on a chief Or three swallows volant 
(MoRSKYN of Liege) ; 4. Ermine, on a bend engrailed Azure three cinquefoils Or. 
(See the confirmation of arms to the family of James by Wm. Camden 18 Nov. 1611 
in the Visitation of Kent, A° 1619, edited by the late Dr. J. J. Howard.) 

Motto. — je grains dieu et n'ai point d'autre crainte. 

SACRED I TO the MEMORY OF | THE HONOURABLE HENEY 
ALLEYNE | member of his majesty's council | in this island | (youngest 

SON OF I THE HON'^i'^ JOHN FORSTER ALLEYNE | OP PORTERS, IN THIS PARISH,) | 
WHO WAS BORN ON THE 2*^" JANUARY 1808, | AND PERISHED AT SEA, j BY THE 
BURNING OF | THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMER AMAZON, | OFF USHANT IN THE BAY OF 
BISCAY, I DURING THE NIGHT OF THE 3«» AND 4™ JANUARY 1852 | (13 lines ; 

erected by widow.) ^_ ^^^^^^ ^.3 ^^^^^^ ^, ^^^^^^_ 



ST. JAMES'S, HOLE TOWN. 137 

934. Large grey marble monument, white marble shield at top, then urn : — 

Sacred to the Memory, | of ANN the beloved Wife | of the Eev"^ M^ 
DUDLEY WOODBEIDG-E. | (9 lines, and two verses of Bible at sides) | She 
Dyed | October 3. mdccxxxix. | Aged xxxvr. 

On the shield are traces of arms. On sinister side are two hendleU? 
1739, Oct. 3. M'-« Ann Woodbridge buried at S* James. (St. Thomas Burial 
Register.) See No. 920. 



935. Large black and white marble, surmounted by an urn : — 

On shield below : 1 and 4, liable, on a bend cotised an alyrion displayed Or, 
a canton sin. of the second ; 2 and 3, Argent, tivo lions passant- guar dant. Gules. 

W. PATY. BRISTOL. F'. 

(It has been recently repainted.) 

This Memorial is consecrated by filial Grratitude | to the Memory of EDWABD 
JOBBAN, who departed this life | October 23''^ 1787, aged forty Seven Years | 
(3 lines) | And alfo to the Memory of ANN JOBDAN h\a Wife, \ (Daughter 
and Coheirefs of JOSEPH DOTTIN and ANN JOSDAN,) \ who died 
January 30"> 1791, aged 69 Years | (2 lines) | Alfo to the Memory of EBWABD 
JORDAN, I Son of the above EDWARD & ANN JORDAN, he died | 
December 17''' 1799, aged 58 Years. 



936. On the north wall of nave are four tablets : — 

At the top is an urn. At the bottom are these arms (recently painted) : 
Gules, per chevron Ermine* and Gules two lions^ heads erased. On an inescutcheon : 
Gules, two lions passant [Dottin]. Motto. — aptissima qu^que. Crest of 
Alleyne. 

To record the Virtues & perpetuate the Memory | of Mercy his dear beloved 
Conlbrt, | William Gibbes Alleyne Efq^ as a Teftimony of | Sincere Affection, 
has erected this | Monument. | After thirteen years of conftant uninterrupted | 
Blifs with a Partner, who by every Endearment, | fweetned the Joys, alleviated the 
Cares, & | heightened the Pleasures of the nuptial State ; to | his inexprefsible 
Sorrow, and Concern She was | feperated from him on Thurfday | Aug^* 25'''. 
1774 Aged thirty years. | Her Defcent from a Eace of worthy Anceftry | 
deriving her Lineage from the Honourable | lames Dotin, who was Prefident of 
this Island | three different times, & being the Daughter of the | Honourable 
John Dotin, a Gentleman whd for a | feries of years, filled the moft diftinguished 
civil, & I military Stations, in our Community, | Gave her that Confequence 
among us, which is due | to Birth & Eank | (8 lines.) 



937. On the west side of the north door. White marble medallion of head 
and shoulders, and on either side a large figure : — 

SACEED I to the ReV^ FEANCIS FITCHATT M.A. | formerly Fellow of 
S'' John's College Cambridge \ late Chaplain to the Houfe of Afsembly | of this 
Ifland 1 and for 25 Years luccefsively Eector | of S*: Josephs, this, and S*: Peters 
Parifh j who died December 5"': 1802 | in the 57'^ Year of his Age | (30 lines.) 



* The Ermine has been painted Gules, 



138 MOKUMENTAL 3NSCBIPTI0KS IN BARBADOS. 

938. East of north door : — 

Sacred to the Memory of | BAMES \ CHRISTIAN aud JANE ABEL \ 
succefsively the Consorts | of SIB JOHN-GAY ALLEYNE Baronet ; | 
"Women in whose Praise | Encomium has to borrow no false Colouring | from 
Elatterj ; | and of whom no Language | can describe the Lofs ! 1 with the 
former he lived six and thirty Tears | of unspeakable Eelicity j and but 
but little more than fourteen, \ with the latter \ In that short Period | 
She blefs'd him with the Birth | of seven lovely Infants ; | the eldest of 
which, I JOHN-QAY-NEWTON-ALLEYNE, \ a Boy of Hopes commen- 
surate I to the fondest Wishes of a Father, | in thirteen Summers, j was 
too ripe for Immortality, | for longer Continuance upon Earth ! j The afflicting 
Intelligence of his Death | at Eton School | arrived but one Day late enough j 
to spare his expiring Mother, | such Pangs, as she was incapable of feeling j 
for her own Dilsolution j but such, as the mournful Erector of | this three-fold 
Monument | of the Instability of all human j Enjoyments | for the Sake of 
his surviving Children | and, in silent Eesignation | to the "Wisdom that ordains 
it, must labour to | endure ! 

The above M.L, written by the Eector, the Kev. Era. Fitchatt, was contributed 
to the W.I. Com. Circular, vol. 27, p. 233, by the late Mr. Forster M. Alleyne. 



939. SACEED \ To the Memory of | the Honorable WILLIAM HOLDER | 
who died the YV^' of August 1705, aged 48 Years | M''^ SUSANNAH HOLDER 
his AVife, | who died the 12*1^ of March 1725 aged 57 Tears 1 And of | WILLIAM. 
HOLDER Esq>- their Grandson | who died the 14'i' of August 1752, aged 31 
Tears j Who all were buried | at the Family Estate of "Black Rock | in this Parish. 

1705, Sept. 16*^ Nathaniel Holder & M''^ Xtian Holder. (Par. Reg.) 
See later for the M.I. at Holder's plantation, No. 985. 



Chtjechtaed, South-East Side. 
940. Vault:— 

In Hobtng |Hemor|) | of | Geoege Payne | died mat 1868 | aged 42 

AND I CATHAEINE HIS WIFE j DIED | JULY 17^"^ 1887 | AGED 60. 



941. Headstone enclosed by iron railing: — 

SACRED I TO THE MEMOET OF | ELIZA ANNE, | wife of SAMUEL HENEY, | 
WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE | ON 3"". JUNE 1853, | AGED 45 YEAES | ALSO OF THE 

ABOVE I SAMUEL HENRT, | who depaeted this life | on 26^= septembee 
1858 I aged ^Q yeaes. 



942. White marble slab enclosed by railing : — 

In ILobing |«emorg | of | GEORGE LAURANCE 1 second son of I 
JOSEPH R. AND REBECCA FRANCES KING | died oct. 13^« 1881 | 
AGED 7 YEAES AND 7 MONTHS | (several linos.) 



943. Cross over vault : — 

JOHN BEATHWAITE MOE | PRIEST \ 1881. 

See " Caribbeana," Vol. II., 81. 



944. Headstone: — 

IN MEMOEY OF | S. E. A. DEAR I DIED 16^^ DEC* 1885. 



si:. James's, hole town. 13'9 

945. Headstone within railing : — 

FRANCES ANN LAWSON | Died | 26'" June 1853 \ Aged 20 Tears. 



946. White marble headstone within railing : — 

IN MEMOEIAM | LYTE. | EKECTED BY | HIS BELOVED WIFE | BESSIE. 



947. Large vault, steps down to entrance : — 

Sacreti | to ti)e memorj? of | haynes gibbs bayley | who died 

THE 1\7^ JULY 1856 I AGED 54 YEARS. 



948. Slab enclosed by railing : — 

Here lie the Remains of | Sarah Frances Bayley | Daughter of Joseph 
Bayley j who died the 28"' Sep"" 18 L6 | Aged 22 Mo« | Also the Remains of | 
Francis Bayley | Brother of the said Joseph Bayley | who died the 8'^ Dec"^ 
1816 j Aged 17 yr^ | Francis G-. Bayley erected this Tomb | to perpetuate the 
lov'd memory of his | Grand-daughter and Son. 



949. On headstone adjoining : — 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | JoSEPH BaYLEY | BORN MARCH 10^= 1791 DIED 

NOVEMBER 7'^ 1865 | (5 lines) | also | susan | his beloved wife | born sept. 
15'H 1793, DIED august W^ 1862 | (2 lines.) 



950. Ledger, white marble, level with the ground : — 

HERE LIETH INTERD THE BODY OF COL" [ JOHN BEST ESQ. OF THE PARISH OF 
S'^ PETR I OF THIS ISLAND WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | THE 13 DAY OF NOV*"" ANNO 
DOMINE 1750 IN I THE 46 YEAR OF HIS AGE. 

See " Caribbeana," iv., 140. There is a gap in the Burial Register 1746-7 
to 1751. 



951. To the south of No. 911 the sexton unearthed the following ledger, 
which I saw later: — 

Here lieth the Body of | LAWRENCE BO ORE | Who departed this Life | 
December 4''> | 1759 | Aged 42 Years. 

1759, Dec. 5. Lawrence Boor. Aged 42 Y". (Burial Register.) 



952. Blue marble over vault, very large lettering : — 

Here ] Lve the Bodies of GABRIEL | RICHARD lOHN and GABRIEL | 
MARY and' ELIZABETH FORD | alfo of | CHRISTOPHER FORD | who 
departed this Life | 14 May 1768 | aged 24 Years 6 mouths | Sons and Daughters 
of I Gabriel and Elizabeth Ford. 



140 INtONUMENTAL Il^SCftll^TIONS li; BARBABOS. 

Lower in smaller lettering : — 

HEBE LIES THE BODY OF BICHABD FOBD | WhO DIED NOVEM13EB THE 

29TH 1769 I ^oj-D 26 xeabs | Also, Hebe liks the Body of Jonathan | Fobd 

WHO DIED JULY THE 2 : 1772 AgED 20 YEABS | HEBE LIES ThE BoDY Of 

ELizABET I (inscription unfinished ; all perfect.) 

1769, Nov. 30. Eichard Ford. Aged 26 y". (Burial Eegister.) 



953. West of nave, blue marble. Above are an hour-glass and skull : — 

Here lyeth Interr'd the Body of | . . . *Hill Wife of Robebt Hill | who 
departed this Life | the lO*!' day of June 1723 | Aged 26 Years. 



954. Old ledger on vault : — 

Hebe lies intebd the body of | [KOJWLAND WILLY who depabted 

THE [2^°] OF JANUAET | [17]6[2] AGED 80 YEABS. 

The portions within brackets are from Archer. 



955. Cross: — 

IN loving MEMOEY OF | LAW GASKIN [ WHO DIED MABCH 22 1867 | AGED 54 
AND HIS WIFE | MAEGAEET WILLIAMS | WHO DIED | MABCrf 31, 1895 | AGED 81. 



956. Grey marble over vault (perfect) : — 

Here lieth Inter'd | The Body of | LYDIA LAWKANCE j Who departed 
this Life | The ll^^^ of Augult | 1759 | Aged 27 Tears. 



957. White marble headstone, enclosed by railing : — 

SacretJ to Jttmor^ ! of | James heney scantlebuet | who 

DEPABTED THIS LIFE DECEMBEE 13'^ 1861 I AGED 45 YEABS. 



958. White marble headstone, enclosed by railing of older vault : — 

IN MEMOBY I OF ( EDWABD DEAKES | OF "TRY FAIB," \ WHO DEPABTED THIS 
LIFE j 27 APBIL 1884 I AGED 84 YEABS. 



959. Old tomb adjoining : — No inscription. 



960. High brick vault : — 

THE BODY OF ... . WOODWAJlD I WHO CHANGED .... IVNE. 



961. Ledger: — 

Beneath | this Mabble ] lie the mortal Eemains of [ Sir PHILIP GIBBES 
Bar^ I who departed this Life | June 27'^' 1815. | Aged 85 [ Years. 

He was born 7 March 1730, and created a Baronet 30 May 1774. (" W.I. 
Bookplates," No. 189.) 

* Stone scaled. 



&T. JAMESES, HOlE I'OWl^. 141 

&62. Old fragment :— 

HEA.E LTES THE | BODY OF D* lOHN | lAMES HABRISOIf | DEC° lANE^ 21^= 170f ] 

MAET HIS WIFE | (this line broken here) | 1711. 



963. On a large vault, the inscription very worn : — 

THOMA.S LITTLETON | EDWAEDI L Armigeri | Filiu . unicus, | 

D^i ADAMI L , . , . Baroiietti | Nepos | Optimse indolis et Summse Spei 
puer I Annis Septenis Nove os Menfes addiderat | immaturo abreptus fato, | 
Hie jacet | Adventum opperiens servatoris sui. 

Sir Adam L. of Stoke Milburgh, co. Salop, was created a Baronet in 1642, and 
dying circa 1647, was succeeded by his eldest s. Sir Thos., who d. 1681 ; father of 
Sir Tho., Speaker, who d. s.p. in 1710. (Burke's Extinct Baronetage.) 

Edward L. was agent for the Island in 1691. (Oldmixon, ii,, 46.) 



964. Touching No. 963 :— 

Ceest. — An eagle displayed over helmet, with Jacobean mantling. 
Aems. — On a chief three eagles displayed. 

VnDER this place LTETH BVEIED I T^ BODY OF MAIJOE EdWAED HaKEI^ON | 
LATE OF THIS PAEEISH WHO WAS | BOENE AT BVENENSON IN Y^ COVNTY | OF 
DAEBY & DEPAETED THIS LIFE Y'^ | 16 OF FEBEUAEY 1669 BEING 63 YEAES 
OF I AGE. 

Eobert s. of E(obert) Harrison of B'os, gent., Merton Coll., matric. 23 Oct. 
1705, a. 17. 

Edward s. of E(obert) Harrison, same date, a. 16, adm. to Middle T. 1700. 



965. Mausoleum: — 

i^eve Mm tije BoDa? of | ANJ^ the Wife of | lORN COLLINS Efqr \ 
who Departed this Life the 21^^ of | Nov^ 1763. ^ge0 67 YtWC%. \ Alio Here 
lies the Body of | ANN the Wife of Colonel | REYNOLD GIBBES, and | 
Eldeft Daughter ot: the above | TORN and ANN COLLINS \ who Departed 
this Life the 17^'' of | June 1766 Aged 45 Years. 



966. Adjoining No. 965 :— 

HeEE LYETH INTEEEED THE BODY | OF M* loSEPH GiBBES WHO DEPA- j ETED 
THIS LIFE Y^ 30^^" OF SEPTEMBEE | 1700 AGED 51 YEAEES 5 MONTHES AND | 
7 DAYS. 

1700, Sept. 17. (11 bur. that day.) M' Joseph Gribbes (of S' Thomas's), Gout. 



967. Large vault (rough lettering) : — 

Auco Teent I DEPAETED | THIS LIFE | OCTOBEE | 24''' 1802 | AGED 62 years. 



968. Stone, much flaked, several lines gone : — 

OF 1 M* .... HENEY ALLEYNE, j Bf WHOM! THIS TOMB IS EEECTED, \ IN 
GEATEPUL EEMEMBEANCE of I HEE FAITHFUL SEEVICES | (1 line.) 



142 MONUMENTAL iNSCRtPTtOKS iN BARBADOS. 

969. Near road. Square walled enclosure containing seven vaults : — 

Underneath this Stone are deposited | the Kemains | of | M^^ ELIZ. 
HANNAH WILLING | Kelict of | CHARLES WILLING ESQR | late of 
the City of Philadelphia | in the State of Pennsylvania | in North America | She 
was born the 12^^ of March 1739 | and | died the 12*1' of October 1795. 



970. Underneath this Stone is depofited | the Body of M^^ MAEY 
GIBBES I Kelict of the late | Hon^i^ T ROMAS OIBBES \ She departed this 
Life December 24^^ \ 1770 | In the forty fecond Year of her | Age. 

1640, July 31. Capt. Tho. G. sells 50 a. (Vol. i. of Deeds, p. 738.) Several 
members of the family of Gibbes of Bristol settled iu Barbados, but their exact 
relationship is difficult to define. 



971. Here lie the Remains | of | M" MARGARET ELIZ. GIBBES I Late 
Wife of the | Rev-* M>- RATNES GIBBES \ She departed this Life the i 
9'h Day of March 1775 | In the fiftieth Year of her | Age. 

Haynes Gibbes, s. of Joseph G. of B., gent., matric. from Exeter Coll., Oxf., 
19 July 1735, a. 16; B.A. 1739. 



972. HEEE LIE THE REMAINS OF | THE HON^^* JOHN FORSTER ALLETNE | 
WHO DIED ON THE 29^^= SEPT* 1823 | AGED 63 TEARS | AND OF HIS BELOVED 
WIFE I ElIZ. GiBBES AlLEYNE I WHO DIED ON THE 12^^= FEB^ 1820 | AGED 55 
TEARS I ALSO THOSE OF | MANT OF THEIR CHILDREN | WHO WERE PREVIOUSLT 
INTERRED | IN THE SAME GRAVE. 

He was of Porters, and President iu 1807. 



973. To The Memory | of SABAR GIBBES \ who departed this Life I 
June 24ih 1783 | Aged 56 Years | . . Months and 16 Days | (L6 Hues.) 



974. White marble ledger : — 

SacreO to ti)e IWcmorg 1 of | JOHN gay alleyne | who departed 

THIS LIFE ON THE | 4''= JULT 1885 | AGED 76 | (1 Hue.) 



975. SACRED I TO THE MEMORT OF | MARY | FOURTH DAUGHTER OF | THE 
HON^^^ JOHN FORSTER ALLETNE | AND ELIZABETH GIBBES ALLEYNE | OF 
PORTERS I IN THIS PARISH | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | THE 6™ NOVEMBER 

1835 I AGED 40 TEARS | (2 lines.) 



976. Large tomb north of church :- 
No inscription. ? Thornhill. 



977. White marble north of nave : — 
Long epitaph to a " dau." No name. 



ST. JAMES*S, HOLE TOWN. 143 

978. Headstone enclosed by railings : — 

Sacbed I TO THE MEMOBT OF | JOHN FKANCIS HINKSON M.D. | Died 

Sept X'^th igQQ j ^(jjjj, g4 YEAES. 



979. IN MEMOiiY OF | E. S. EicE | Who Died 19^= of April | 1883 | aged 

32 YEARS. 



980. Marble ledger enclosed by railings : — 

Above, Crest. — A hears head erased, muzzled, collared. 

On a spade shield are : Arms. — Sable, afess hmnettee Argent. 

SacrcU to tfje iWemon) of I benjamin bostock esqk | Member 

of the Afsembly \ who Departed this Life the 28"' of | June 1785 Aged 69 
Tears | (11 lines ; erected by his grandson Ben. Bostock, Esq.) 



981. Here lyes the Bodv of | THOMAS EEECHAESON | Son to 
DOCTOR BOWDEN i FERCHAESON who Departed j this Life on Eryday 
the 4"' day | of September 1724 Aged nine | months & six days | Here lyes the 
Body of I M" HONOUR EERCHARSON | Wife to DOCTOR BOWDEN | 
EERCHARSON who Departed | this life on Eryday the 28 day | of lune 
1728 Aged thirtv two | years Eight months & ten days | Here Ives the Body 
of I THOMAS EERCHARSON ] Son to DOCTOR BOWDEN f EERCHAR- 
SON who Departed | this life the 15"' day of August | 1728 Aged tenn 
months | and Eighteen days. 

982. Stone adjoining ; illegible, flaked off. 



983. Archer gave two inscriptions no longer to be found : — 

ELIZABETH wife of WILLIAM SPAEKE Esq. and (Tan. of JOHN 
KELLOND of Pangsford in the county of Devon Esq. died Oct. 15, 1672 | 
Also JOANNES SPAEKE. 

Arms. — Chequy, a bend. 

Crest. — Out of a mural croton a demi-fox issuant rampant. 



984. On a fragment : — 

Boy of . . N . . aODWARD, who dep June 1670. 



Church Plate. 

On a large alms dish bearing the London hall-mark of a gothic "J!F" for the 
year 1683-4 :— 

"In Vsum Eclesise S" Jacobi infula Barbados Jacobus Walwyn Armiger 
D : D :* XXV : x^f's 1684." 

Arms. — A bend Ermine. 

* For "Donum Dedit." 



144 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

On a flagon and large chalice marked with a gothic " IE " for the year 
1682-3:— 

" To the Altar att S* James's in Barbados | Por the use of the Holy 
Communion ] Devoted By the Hon^'ie Co" John Standfast." 

A smaller flagon, which probably replaced an ancient one, has wreath and 
ribbon decoration around the inscription with the letter " f " for the year 1781-2. 

John Stanfast of Bristol, now in Barbados. Will dated 20 Oct. 1680. My 
plantation called Mount Stanfast in the p. of S* James of 400 acres & Fontable 
in the p. of S*^ Michael of 270 acres. To the p. of S' James 2 flagons of 2 quarts 
each one challis cup of 3 pints & 2 plates. M'" Charles Leard £10 a gown & 
cossacke. P. 1087 [P.C.C, 54, Foot.] He w^as Churchwarden 1679, a Colonel, 
M. of C. 1674, and his death announced 9 March 1681. His heir Col. Tho. Spiar, 
by his will of 1682, left to this church a pulpit cushion and a cloth of purple 
velvet, also a covering for the communion table. [P.C.C, 53, Foot.] 



Holder's Plantation. 

985. In a cane piece north of the house. White marble slab : — 

Here lieth Interred ] the Bodies of the Honourable | WILLIAM HOLDER 
Efq" I Avho departed this Life | on the 11"' Auguft 1705 | Aged 48 Years. | And 
of I JSt' SUSANNA HOLBEB \ wife to the late ] WILLIAM HOLDER \ 
who departed this Life \ on the 121'' March 1725. | Aged 57 Years | Alfo the 
Body I of WILLIAM HOLDER Efq' \ Orand-fon to the above | WILLIAM 
HOLDER 1 who died 14"' Aug^ 1752 i Aged 31. | M''' ELIZABETH 
HOLDER I wife of the above WILL^ HOLDER \ who died in England 
June 19. 1783 | and was buried at Hinton \ near Bath Somerfett'hire. 

I could not find any entries in the Burial Eegister. 



Thorpe's Plantation. 
986. On a white marble slab over a vault : — 

Here Lyeth y*= Bodv of | ALICE THOEPE Who Depa I rted this Life 
Nov^"- ll'i' 1721 I Aged 91 years. 

I could not find any entry in the Burial Eegister. 



987. On the windmill here, cut on a stone lozenge, is : — 
C . I . L . I 24 Oct' I 1810. 



Porter's Plantation. 

On this estate, now the property and residence of Dr. Pilgrim, near the great 
house, is a small building used as a bath. 

Fixed in the interior is a stone with this inscription, which Dr. Pilgrim copied 
for me on 7 Jan. 1914, when we attended a garden party here : — 

987 a. Invito | Dudleio Woodbridge ArmS"' | (amante nihilominus munditia) | 
in Balnearium | Hoc Conclave | (aqua nimium inundant | abiit | vii Kal. Aps. 
MDCCXXXV I Thos. Hill. Inv'. 



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ST. PETER'S, SPEIGHTS TOWN. 
On the south wall of nave are five tablets : — 

988. IN MEMORY OF | EDWARD PANTER, | INFANT SON ( OF | JOHN LEACH 
PANTER & SARAH PANTER, ] OF LONDON | WHO DIED ] XIl'^^ OF JANUARY 
MDCCCIV ; I AGED XII MONTHS. 



989. Near this Place j are depofited the Eemains of | ELIZABETH 
JENNETT SOBER | who died December the 26*'' A.D. 1795 | Aged 8 Months 
and 19 Days [ (3 lines ; erected by parents.) 



090. Sacred to the Memory of | susanna bollock bruce, \ who at the early 
age of twenty Years | (16 lines) | died leaving a husband & infant 1 (no date.) 



991. Sacred to the Memorv of MICHAEL HOWARD who departed this 
life Auguft 29*h ^ J,, 1816 Aged 36 Years | And of his two Sons MICHAEL 
SKEETE HOWARD and JOHN ROBERT HOWARD | The former died six 
days previous to his Father Aged 4 Years and 4 Months | The latter was taken 
from his sorrowing Mother ANN BELL HOWARD the 3'-'' of September 
following I Aged 2 Years and 9 Months | (4 lines.) 



992. A Tribute of regard to tlie memory of | JOHN GAY GODINO 
Junior Esquire, ] who departed this life | the 18*^ of December 1845 | Aged 
23 Years | (2 lines.) 

993. On west wall of nave near font : — 

In the Yard of this Church are entomb'd the Remains | of Mifs FRANCES 
E. HAWKESWORTH SPRINGER | (Daughter of THOMAS JOHNSON 
SPRINGER) and | HITTIBELLA his Wife) who died 31"' October 1809 | 
^t. 20 Months | (2 lines.) 



994. Around white marble font : — 

THE GEFT OF lOHN SOBER Usq'' TO THE PARISH OF SAINT PETERS 1767. 

Below, on the marble floor : — 

TO THE GLORY OF GOD | AND IN MEMORY OF | JOHN SOBER, ESQ«^ | WHO DIED 
1816 I THIS FONT IS RESTORED BY HIS GRAND-NEPHEW | COL, HARRISON WALKE 
JOHN TBENT-STOtlGHTON, | OF ASRTON HALL, 1891. 

John and Tho. Sober were of Barbados in 1638. The will of Robert was 
dated 1685. John of St. Peters, b. 1715, d. 1755, will (153, C«sar), and his 
son John, b. 1739, was living 1772, and had three sons, Hope-Elletson, John and 
Abr. Cumberbatch. Several of the family were buried in the crypt of St. Paul's 
Cathedral. The will of Tho. Walko of Barbados, Esq., was proved in 1800 
(826, Adderley). His niece Jeunett mar. Samson Wood Sober, and their dau. 
Judith mar. 1818 Fra. Onslow Trent, Lieut. 14th Light Dragoons. 

Col. Harrison Walke Trent mar. 1889 Pose, dau. of Wm. Plunkett, widow of 
Tho. Anthony Stoughton ; assumed the surname of Stoughton, and d. 1899. 



995, At west wall of nave : — 

To the Memory of | WARD HARRIS ESQR i Who died the 2^^ of June 
1761, 1 Aged 49 Years | (4 lines.) 

V 



146 MONUMENTAL 3NSCKIPTI0NS IN BARBADOS. 

996. Adjoining above is : — 

Alfo to the Memory of | ELIZABETH HAEEIS ] Wife of the aforefaid ] 
WAED HAEEIS ESQR | Who died the IB^^ of January 1791, | Aged 70 
Tears | (4 lines.) 



997. Ou the north wall of the nave are five tablets. West of the door: — 

In I iLobmg iWemorg of \ eobeet challenge esquiee | who 

DEPARTED THIS LIFE | OS THE 16'^'^ DAY OF JULY 1907, AGED 65 YEAES | (1 liue) \ 

^ISO I CAPTAIN E. E. CHALLENGE ] the Lancashire fusiliers | eldest 

SON OF ABOVE | WHO WAS KILLED IN ACTION AT BOSCII 13ULT, | SOUTH AFRICA ; | 
ON THE 31^T j)^Y OF MARCH 1902, AGED 31 YEARS. 

Crest. — Lion passant holding IroTcen spear. 
Motto. — dulce et decorum est pro patria mori. 



998. Brass on north wall of nave : — 

Crest. — Out of a coronet a pelican vulning herself. 
Motto below. — gaudet tentamine "^irtus. 

sacred to the memory of I ARCHIBALD JONES PILE C.M.G. | WHO DIED 
2»» SEPTEMBER 1898 | AT GRENE8 S'' GEORGE, AGED 52 | AND IS BURIED IN THE 
TAULT I UNDER THE CHANCEL OF THIS CHURCH | SON OF NATHANIEL J. PILE, j 
A MEMBER OF THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY | FROM FEBRUARY 1872 AND SPEAKER 
FROM JULY 1883 I TO THE DATE OF HIS DEATH | HE WAS MEMBER OF THE 
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL | VICE PRESIDENT OF THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY | FIRST 
CHAIRMAN OF THE WATERWORKS DEPARTMENT [ AND HELD OTHER PUBLIC 
APPOINTMENTS, IN ALL OF | WHICH HE TRIED TO DO HIS DUTY | HE WAS ALSO 

ATTORNEY FOR MANY ESTATES IN THIS ISLAND | (3 lines ; erected by widow and 
only son ; 4 lines follow.) 

Brother of Mr. E. E. Pile of Warleigh. He was shot one evening while 
returning from Bridgetown. 

Archibald Jones, 1 s. Nath. Jones Pile of B., esq., Exeter Coll., matric. 
15 Get. 1864, a. 18 ; B.A. 1867. Geo. Laurie, 1 s. Geo. Clarke Pile of B., gent., 
Exeter Coll., matric. 3 June 1876, a. 18 ; B.A. 1879. (Foster.) 



999. North wall of nave : — 

$n affectionate rememliranee | of | EGBEET challenge, senr, 

FOR 40 YEARS | A MERCHANT OF THIS TOWN, | BORN OCTOBER 12™ 1809 

DIED AUGUST 25^= 1876 I (1 line.) 



1000. North wall of nave, to east of north door : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | THOMAS CHALLENOR ESQUIRE, | WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE 1 THE 10'= OF MAY 1840, | AGED 64 YEARS | ALSO | TO THE MEMORY 
OF I MARGARET BEND | HIS WIFE | WHO DIED THE 9'^" OCTOBER 1845 | AGED 

64 YEARS ! (3 lines ; erected by children.) 



Sl^. iPETER's, SPEIGfitS TOWN. 14? 

1001, North wall of nave. White marble oval to east of north door : — 
SACKED I to the Memory of the Honourable William | Bishop, who for a 
Number of years was a Member of | Council and President of this his Majestys 
most ancient | and Loyal Island, and twice Commander in Chief of the same, | 
His eldest Son the Honourable Henry Bishop, Chief Judge of the | Precint of 
Saint Michaels (which situation he was placed in by his | Parent) erects this 
Marble to him as a small but most sincere Token | of his Duty and Eespect. He 
departed this Life in the City of | London on the 21 August in the Tear of our 
Lord one | thousand eight hundred and one in the fiftieth Year | of his age 
generally lamented | Nil disperandum. 

Wm. Bishop, s. of Henry B. and Eliz. his wife, was born in this parish, at 
Eton 1762—67, Fell. Com. of St. John's Coll., Cam., 3 Aug. 1767 ; student of the 
Middle Temple 2 Oct. 1767. The will of his son Henry was dated 29 July 1803. 



1002. On a brass east wall of nave : — 

M tnemovi) | of tije I VtmxahU ^i£#l£l^i£ 0i^^ H^H^iEILIL 
JTMiEliiS^aieit, I ilrdjirtatott of BattatJos | anU ^tttov for ttoentg 
gears | of ti)is ^artslj | Sou of | €iS<!5K^i£ #iliESriPi^#3amS 
jmiEBiSMieit of Bristol | antJ l^argaret, (net Bucfjan) | toljo after a 
life of great | labour anO usefulness | fell ^sleejj in Jifesus | 8ti) of 
Januarj) 1897 | ageK 66 Dears 1 (2 lines.) 



1003. North wall of chancel :— 

Arms. — Argent, a cross Gules between four piles. 
Crest and Motto of Pile, as in No. 998. 

In Saereti | li^emori) of tlje | l^onouraiile iJ. fTones ^ile | of 
amarleigij ^ l^awmans | Born .fulw 29ti) 1803 BieO |iag iQtt) i876 | 
iWemier of i^is |^a|est»'s I ii^onourable BoarO of €*ouneil | for tUjent» 

one gears | (9 lines ; erected by widow.) 



1003 A. White marble :— 

SACRED I To The Memory | of | JANE HENDY | Who 'Died | July 7*^ 

1830 I AGED 80 YEARS. 

1004. On a tile in chancel floor : — 

Saereti i to tlje l^emori) of | 2rije i^on^ic ^, JTones ipile i ijg 3 

eljtlUren C. ^. ^ J^, 



Chuechyaed. 
1004 a. Outside at west end of wall of nave : — 

S. K. I 1787. 

North of nave are two large slabs over vaults : — 

1005. Here lies interr'd the Bodv of | HETTABELLA HENDY Wife 
of 1 JAMES HENDY and Daughter of | JOHN & THO MASON 
HAWKESWOBTH j Departed this life 17'^ November 1774. \ Aged 32 
Years | Alfo | HETTABELLA HENDY, Daughter of | JAMES & 
HETTABELLA HENDY \ Departed this life ^wyw/i^ 55^ 1777 \ Aged 2 Years 
& 9 Months. 

Geo. Gibbs b. 1779, m. J 802 Salviua, dau. & h. of Henry Hendy of B. 
(Burke's " Lauded Gentry.") 



14^ MONtJMENTAti INSCiltPTIONS IN BARBAD6S. 

1006. Adjoining preceding : — 

Here lie interr'd the Eemains ] of MABY \ Wife of BOBEBT EWING 
Efq. I who departed this Life | the 28th of May 1776 | Aged 26 Years | Alfo two 
of their Children | MABY who died | the 23'"'i of September 1774 | Aged one 
Tear | And ELIZABETH FOBD \ the 2#i' of June 1776 | Aged 4 Years. 



1007. A large high vault and a second lower one on north side of churchyard. 
The lower has : — 

Sacred to the Memory | of | THOMAS GENT ARMSTRONG 1 who 
departed this Life | July the twenty first | one thousand eight hundred | and 
twelve I aged thirty one Tears | and four Months. 



1008. The higher one has a white marble slab on the top : — 

Sacred to the Memory | of Mifs lOANNES BOVELL [ who died on the 

IS'ii Day of February 1791 | Aged 39 Months. | Her afflicted Pather JAMES 

BOVELL I has dedicated this Tomb to her | (3 lines.) 



1009. SACKED i TO THE MEMORY OF | MARY E. FITZ PATRICK, I WHO 
DEPAETED THIS LIFE | l^i NOVEMBER 1838, | AGED 29 YEARS. 



1010. '^ttt I REST THE MORTAL REMAINS OF ] MALINDA WALTER | 

WHO DIED 30^^ SEPT. 1846, \ ^Igo of I THOMAS WALTER, | who died 
4™ JUNE 1851 I ^ttU Of I ELIZABETH CHRISTIAN WALTER, | who 
DIED 9^^ NOVEMBER 1852 | (1 line.) 



1011. A large vault covered with creepers at the east end of the nave 



1012. On a buttress of the chancel 
BUILT BY C. J. Greenidge 1876. 



1013. On the east wall of chancel : — 
J. W. A. & W. H. J. 

1014. A broken white marble urn and part of slab lie in churchyard. 



1015. SACRED I to the Memory of ] JOSEPH JOHNSON | died ad. 1853 | 
AGED 94 I (2 lines.) 

1016 and 1017. Two large vaults north-east of churcljyard covered by creepers. 



1018. East of chancel : — 

this STONE COVERS | THE REMAINS OF | . , . . STOREY, | DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE I . . ULY 1819, I .... 78 YEARS. 

J,819, July 20. William Storey. (Burial Register.) 



S*. PETER^S, SPEIGHTS tO^^. l4& 

1019. I.H.S. I M'^ ELIZABETH ORDERSON | who subtiyed heb 
HUSBAND I J. E. ORDERSON | 20 teaes of ibeepboachable widowhood | 

LIES BUBIED HEBE | (4 lines.) 

1020. There is a third stone between the above two, but without any 
inscription. 



1021. On loose carved slab : — 

SACRED I To the memory of | JOHN BISHOP ESQR | Who died on the 
10^'' June 1790. | Aged 34 [ (3 lines ; by widow.) 



1022. Large vault: — 

HEBE I lies Interred the body of | J^EB who died the | ... of 

June 1794 | (4 lines ; by only son and widow.) 

Archer gives edmund skinneb d. 1794, aged 50, and this is probably 
the stone. 



1023. Large vault :— 

sacred to the memobt I of I miss ELIZABETH CADOGAST j who departed this 
life I July 5th i842 | Aged 90 Years | ALSO | To the Memory of her Sister | 
DoEOTHT Cadogan, | who died Oct. 24'*' 1851, | Aged 85 Years. 

1852, Dec. 25. At Brighton, Sarah, relict of Ward Cadogan, of B. & Brink- 
burn Priory, Northumberland. (" Gr.M.," 1853, p. 219.) 

Tho. Cadogan was of St. Lucy's in 1679. (Burke's " Landed Gentry,") 



1024. On a ledger near the south porch : — 

. . re lies Interr'd the Body of j M' ROBERT BELLGROVE late | of this 
Town Merchant who | Departed this Life the 25''' day of | November 1741 Aged 
51 Years | Also the Body of SAMUEL BELLGROVE | son of the said 
ROBERT who | Departed this Life the 7 day of lune | 1736 | Also the Body of 
KATHERINE BELLGROVE | who Departed this Life the 17'^ day | of 
March 1743. 



1025. On a broken ledger south of the tower : — 

WADE 1 (many lines) | IS*'' Year of his Age | on the 12'^ Day of 

April 1761. 

1026. A ledger:— 

ELIZABETH .... KNIGHT I . . . . 1729 | Aged 20 Years | . . . . 
BOWLES to Jane Burch | departed this Life | (1 line illegible) | JAMES 
BURCH I . . 17 . . I .... 67 Years ] . . . . S BURCH . . . | September 2 . 
1749 I Aged 65 Years | . . . . KNIGHT late Merchant | (1 line illegible) | 
. . Auguft 20, 1750 I Aged 64 Years. 



1027. On a ledger :— 

Here lies Interred | the Body of | ELIZABETH THOMAS | who departed 
this Life | the 6 Day of October 1771 | Aged 32 Years. 



1028. (Several lines illegible) | . . . . erected by her sister MARY THOMAS. 



150 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

Church Plate. 

1029. A small alms dish of Jacobean design :^- 

Cbbst. — A hoars head couped. 

Arms. — JPer chevron Ermine and Azure, two boars' heads couped in chief, 
impaling, Azure, a lion passant between three ladders. 

On the back: A. S. 



1030. On a paten, also of Jacobean design : — 

Arms. — Argent, three talbots' heads. 

Crest. — An arm in armour, in the hand a dagger. 

There is a large flagon like the one at St. James, but without inscription. 



St. Peter's Cemetery, part of which was the old Quaker 
Burial Gtround.* 

1031. Marble apparently : — 

Sacred | to the Memory of | Benjamin Collynns M.D. | who departed this 
life I April 26^^ 1826 [ Aged 68. 

This tribute of grateful remembrance is paid by his affectionate wife : — 

Generous cheerful and in friendship true 
He calmly paid the debt to nature due 
Blefs'*^ son of Grenius whose capacious mind 
Open'*^ to science, to no branch confined 
He deign' d with skill'd botanic art to trace. 
The many plants that does our Island grace 
His Country's boast for Talents found so rare 
Who knew him best will heave a sigh sincere. 

He was a good Botanist, and assisted Dr. Maycock in the latter's " Flora 
Barbadensis." (" Desultory Sketches and Tales of Barbados," p. 181.)— Ed. 
The stone was in the Quaker's Ground. 



1032. Marble monument : — 

In i Memory of | Charlotte Caroline Baumgarten | Died 10 July 1891 | 
Aged 78 yrs. | wife of | Sir John Kelly Bart. | (4 lines.) 

When Sir John Kelly came in for this title he was in the Police Force, 
Barbados. 

The title does not appear in the Baronetage of 1883. — Ed. 



1033. To I the Memory of | MAKY AMELIA | the beloved wife of | John 
T. Corbin | who departed this life | February 25^^ 1863 | Aged 42 years. 

* Coutributed by Mr. E, G. Siuckler of this parish, Police Magistrate. 



ST. Peter's, speights town. 151 

1034. In Memoriam | Isaac Skinner | Died Nov' 8 1868 | Aged 64 years. | 
John Seymour Sainsbury Skinner | Died Aug: 17*^ 1858 | Aged 19 Tears. | 
Frank Leslie Skinner | Died Oct. ly'i", 1868 | Aged 5 Mo« j Eleanor Clifford 
Skinner j Died Sep : 15'^ 1875 | Aged 1 month, j Children of Isaac Walrond and 
Eleanor Jane Skinner. 

The present representative of this family is Allan O'Neal Skinner, J.P., 
merchant, of Speights Town. His sister Elise married the Hon. Henry Bishop 
Skeete of St. Lucy's. 



1035. In Memory of | An affectionate and Exemplary Son [ Henry Payne | 
Died Julv 16"' 1876 | Aged 25 years | Erected by his Parents Eev<i W. M. 
& S. G. Payne. 

Eev. Wm. Maynard Payne, deceased, was Eector of this Parish. 



1036. Of thin iron, probably painted, but now rusty : — 

In loving Memory of | Susan E. Eckel | Daughter of | Captain W. Oneal 
G-rey | of Galway Ireland | Eelict of Eev'* A. E. Eckel | of Strasbourg, Alsace. | 
Erected by her children. | She died 6 May 1894 | Aged 82 years. 

The Eector of St. Lucy tells me Captain Grey was related to the Earl of 
Stamford, and that the Eev. E. A, Eckel was a German. His son the Eev. 
Theodore Eckel married a Miss Smith, sister of E. B. Smith, I.S.O., now the 
Provost Marshal of Barbados. 



1037. Our Parents i In Memory of | Charles Corbin M.D. | Born March 19*^ 
1815 I Died Sept: IH^^ 1873. [ and | Mary E. Corbin | his wife I Born Jany : 
13*'' 1816. I Died Aug. 8«' 1872. 

One of Dr. and Mrs. Corbin's sons Charles married a Miss Hinds, and I am 
told one of the Gibbons's (Kenrick ?) married one of this Charles Corbin's 
daughters by Miss Hinds. The Hinds were wealthy Barbadians. 



1038. Sacred | to the Memory of ] James Corbin | who departed this life | 
February 24^^ 1856 | Aged 63 (? 68) years | This Marble is placed here by his 
widow and sons | in memento of their loss of a most affectionate husband | and 
of one of the most tender and best of Parents. 



1039. In Memory of | William Archer S"" | who departed this life | June 
7'^ 1862 I Aged 50 years | The deceased was a Member of the Ancient and 
Honorable | Fraternity | of Free and Accepted Masons | and was for many 
years a Merchant | of this Town | This sincere tribute of respect and affection 
is I dedicated by his sorrowing Widow and Children | to tlie Memory of a tender 
and loving | Husband and Father. 



1040. Sacred | to the Memory of | Constance Louise | Daughter of | Joseph 
W. and Emma L. M. Agard | who died in the Island of Trinidad W.I. | 
January 30*ii 1867 | Aged 15 months : 4 days. 



152 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1041. Granite monument : — 

Sacred | to the Memory of | Campbell Cave Greenidge | M.D.C.M. | who 
died 21^* May 1907 | Aged 62 years. 

Father of Dr. Oliver Greenidge, M.B.C.M. Edin., of this parish. 



1042. Sacred | to the Memory of I B. S. Perkins | ivho died on 20*'' Sep : 
1873 I in the 34"' year of his age." 

1043. In Memory of j Frances Elizabeth | the beloved wife of | Joseph 
C. Greenidge | of Swans Estate | in the Parish of S* AndreAV | Died 12"' May 
1862 I Aged 28 years. | Also of his two infant children. 

Related to the Skinner family, represented by Allan O'Neal Skinner, J.P. 
(his great-uncle, I am informed). 



Archer gives six inscriptions, now lost: — 

1044. JOHN BOVELL d. 10 May 1700, aged 28. 

1045. Nearly all obliterated : — 
DREIDUIZ . . 1710 . . 1713 . . 1716 . . 1718. 

1046. MABY wife of EGBERT EWING 28 May 1770 ; also ELIZABETH 
FORD d. 24 June 1776. 

1047. EDWARD LANG, Senior aged 50, and his granddau. KATHERINE 
LANG y« dau. of his son JOSEPH d. 22 Jan. 1736. 

1048. WILLIAM POOL SMITH d. 6 Dec. 1729 aged 30, also WILLIAM 
BEND d. 19 Dec. 1745 aged 56. 

1049. WILLIAM WALKER a child d. 1752. 



ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL, ST. PETER'S PARISH. 

1050. On the floor of the nave. Blue marble : — 

Here lyeth Interred | the Body of Cap* ABELL GAY | who departed this 
life the 14"^ day | of Tune 1700 in th . 65*^ yeare | of his Age. 

There is a crack through the penultimate line. Archer omitted this 
inscription. 



1051. At the cross way: — 

Here lyeth interred y^ body of | the Hon*''" W^ SANDIFORD Esq. one 
of I y«> ludges of this ifland born in Briftoll | dyed y« 30"' of Dec"" 1668 Aged 
80 years | Alfo Cap* HENRY SANDIFORD his Son 'J Aged 33 year's dyed 
ye 7'^ of Sep' 1685 | Alfo ELIZ : SANDIFORD his widdow J Aged 82 year's 
dyed y^ 29*^ of Mar*"* 1701. 



153 

1052. Adjoining the preceding is another blue marble. Carved on it are au 
hour-glas?, wings surrounded by a snake swallowing its tail, skull and wreaths: — 

Here Lyeth Interr'd y" Body of | M'« EIJZ : FOESTEE who departed | 
this Life y^ 18*'' day of January 1717 | In the 62'^ Tear of her Age \ She was 
Tioice Married \ her Eirl't Hufband was | Coll WILL^ SANDIEOED Efq ] 
and her laft Oap*>* J NO FOESTEE YAq'. 

Major Nathaniel Kingsland of B., planter, leased his plantation in Surinam in 
1664 for five years to his nephew Wm. Sandiford. Col. Eob. Sandiford banished 
in 1662 from Surinam, and in 1668 from B. by Lord Willoughby, removed in 
1670 to Carolina. 



1058. North porch. A floor-stone : — 

Crest and Arms of Gibbons. 

In Memorv of ROBEET GIBBONS Efquire | Second Son to S'" WILLIAM 
GIBBONS Baronet. | He died July 13*" 1744 | Aged 28 Tears. 



1054. North porch floor. Blue marble adjoining Eob. Gibbons : — 

Arms. — Three talbots' heads erased. 

There are three large cracks across the stone. 

Hebe lteth the body or | giles hall* .... op this is | land esq. 

BORNE IN Y . PA . . f h | OF f. . . . STER IN THE COUNTY | OF GLOCESTEE WHO 
DEPARTED | THIS MOBTALL LIFE THE 26 DAY | OF lANVARY AN. DOM. 1686 | 
AGED 84 TEARES. 

In 1679 he held 195 acres (Archer, 399). 

A pedigree of Hall of High Meddow with the above arms was recorded in the 
Visitation of co. Glouc. in 1623, but there is no Giles given. 



1055. West j)orch. Ledger lying loose on floor : — 

HERE LYETH THE BODY | OF M» WILLIAM MORRISON | "WHO DEPARTED THIS 

LIFE I THE 18 OF OCTOBER 1672 | Aged 60 years | also here lyeth the 

BODY I OF ELIZABETH NORVELL {?)% SHE | DECEASED 30™ DAT OF | NOVEMBER 

(crack) 1684 | aged 14 y . . . s. 

Below are cut a skull and crossbones. Not given by Archer. 



1056. On a small loose stone standing on above : — 

here lyeth the body OF I PHILIP GINKINS DECEASED | IN THE TIER {sic) 
OF OUR I LORD 166 .§ THE 9tH OF [ lULIE. 

See genealogical additions to the " History of Stockton-upon-Tees," by 
W. Downing Bruce voce Eaisbick. (Archer.) 

* Crack, indistinct, ? late. t Whitminster. 

J " NOEV " is certain. § Uncertain. Archer gives 1663. 

X 



154 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1057. South wall .— 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | SAMUEL JAMES EENTY, 
O'rH DECEMBER 1871 I AGED 50 TEARS. 



1058. North wall :— 

lit lotjmg rememirattfc | of | Percy Sinclair, so> of | j. t. 

SHUFFLER, | died 2 February, 1883, aged 3 tears | (1 line.) 



1059. North wall :— 

In I Memory ] of | The Hon^^ ] EDWARD PACKER Member of Council ] 
of this Island, | "Who died January S""" 1858 | Aged 39 | (10 lines j erected by 
his wife.) 



1060. North wall :— 

Arnold Evans 2°'i son of John and Dorothy Deane, died Feb. 19^'' 1902 
aged 16 years 6 months, 

1061. A large Gothic marble altar-tomb near the pulpit. 
Around the base : — 

erected by their son in MEMORT of JOSEPH LYDER BRIGGS j BORN 1792, 
DIED 1866. I AND OF ELIZABETH BRIGGS, BORN 1800, DIED 1859. 

On a brass on step at the south side : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORT OF | SIR THOMAS GRAHAM BRIGGS, 

BART. I ONLY SON OF .JOSEPH LYDER AND HIS WIFE ELIZABETH BRIGGS | WHO 
WAS BORN ON SEPTEMBER 30^^= 1833 | AND WENT TO JUS REST OCTOBER 11. 

1887 1 (1 line.) 

Joseph L. Briggs mar. in 1832 Eliz., dau. of Benj. Hinds, Treas^urer of 
Barbados, and widow of John Abel Jackmann of Bookless. T. G. B., their only 
child, was sometime M. of C. of B. and Nevis; was created a Baronet in 1871; 
mar. 9 June 1857 Mary Jane, eldest dau. of Benj. Carlton Howell, Treasurer 
of B. Lady B. survives and resides in L. Two of her sisters inhabit the 
fine old family mansion at Farley Hill, which is now very bare and shorn of 
its ancient state. It is a very large house standing in beautiful surroundings 
with extensive views over the district called Scotland. 



1062. On the chancel wall, south side : — 

In a sunk circle on gold ground: Crest. — A pelican on its nest vulning 
itself. 

TO the glory of god I AND | IN LOVING MEMORY OF | AUGUSTUS 
BRIGGS, I BORN MAY 7'^= 1813 | died MAY 17™ 1882, ] for SOME TIME SPEAKER 
OF I THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY | AFTERWARDS PRESIDENT OF THE | LEGISLATIVE 
COUNCIL I OF THIS ISLAND, | THE ORGAN CHAMBER | OF THIS CHURCH HAS 
BEEN I ERECTED BY HIS CHILDREN. 



1063. North wall of chancel, a small Gothic two-light window : — 
In Memory of Joseph Lyder Briggs by Augustus Briggs. 



155 



1064. Eastward is another : — 

In Memory of Joseph Lyder Briggs by B. Hinds. 



1065. On the north side is a third : — 

In Memory of Joseph Lyder Briggs by N. Fob .... ham.* 



1066. Within the communion rail a fourth 
" In Memory of . ..." | (illegible.) 



1067. On the east window : — 

This window is erected | to the Grlory of God | and in memory | of His 
Parents by | THO^ GEAHAM BRIGGS 1867. 



1068. On the south side is a window with inscription, but only the name of 
" Joseph Lyder Briggs " is legible. 

1069. West window of the nave, a large three-light one : — 

To the memory of Samuel Maxwell Hinds | Some time Speaker of the 
House of Assembly of this Island | This window is erected by his Widow. 

1847, May 19. At Bath, aged 52, Sam. Maxwell Hinds, for several years 
Speaker of the House of Assembly, B. (" G.M.," 108.) 



Chuechtaed. 

1070. On the north side is a blue marble, north of chancel : — 

In Memory of ELIZABETH KENEICK, | Second Daughter of the Eev. 
D>- SCAWEN KENRICK | Sub Dean and Prebend, of Weftminlter | and great 
Neice to S'' AYILLIAM GIBBONS Baronet, j She died Auguft 11th 1744^ 1 

Aged 16 Tears. | with Her is Inter . . . OBE f. . . EICK GIBBONS. | 

the Eldoft Son of lOHN GIBBONS Efq. j and Grandlbn of the laid S' 
WILLIAM GIBBONS. | He died September le^'' 1746, | Aged 2 Years. 

This stone must haA^e been placed later than 1752, the year the baronetcy 
was conferred. 



1071. Blue marble. Jacobean shield and mantling in sunk oval : — 

Ceest. — A lion's jamh erased erect, holding a cross Jitchee. 

Anus.— Argent, a lion rampant debruised of a bend charged with a cross 
pattee fitchee. Badge of Ulster. On an inescutcheon : Argent, three lions' 
heads erased. (Archer says griffins' heads.) 

In Memory of Dame PRANCES GIBBONS | Daughter of EOBEET 
HALL Efq. of th .1 If land | and Wife of S'' WILLIAM GIBBONS Baronet | 
Speaker of the Affembly. | She was Mother of four Children | of which only 
one furvived Her. ( She behaved in the different Eolations of Wife & Mother | 
with the greateft Prudence and the moft tender Affection | And after prepareing 
herfelf through her whole Life | by an exemplary Courfe of Piety for her latter 
Etid 1 She felt the Approach of it with Chriftianf Eefignation | and in joyfull 
hope of a bleffed Eefurrection | died December 1. 1757 | Aged 64 Years. 

* Foderiagham. f Cracked. J Flaked. 



156 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1072. Farther north and in same line is a third vault with very long 
inscription of fifty-eight lines on the top slab : — 

Sacred | to the Memory of the Hon: S"" WILLIAM GIBBONS Baronet ] 
who departed this Life the 11^^ day of April | in the year of our Lord 1700 | in 
the 67**' year of his Age : | After having fucceffively filled | Ibme of the mot't 
confiderable Offices in the Publick | civil and military, ] with Honour to himfelf 
and with Advantage to his Country | For the Space of thirty and three years 
before his Death | He was conftantly elected a Keprefentative for the Parifh of 
S* Peter | in the G-eneral Affembly : | and for the laf t feventeen of thole years | 
He was as conftantly elected Speaker of the Houfe | in that AlYembly | He 
difdained ever to make his Seat the Occafion to promote | his private 
emolument ] and fhew'd Himfelf fuperior to every Species of Eeward | but the 
Applaufe of his Conftituents I In the year 1742 | He was by his Excellency 
S-- THOMAS EOBINSON Baronet | appointed Colonel of the Leeward 
Eegiment of Foot | which Poft however | from an honeft diffatif faction with the 
Profpect of Affairs [ towards the Decline of that Gentleman s Adminiftration | he 
refigned | But, on a brighter View which open'd to this Ifland | with the Arrival 
of his Excellency M"" GEENVILLE | He foon returned with new Honours to 
the fame Command | And in the year 1753 | Having lately been created by 
his Majefty a Baronet | of the Kingdom of Great Britain | and by his many 
faithfull Services as well as by that Mark of Royall Favour j pointed out for 
greater Honours in this Community | He was by that difcerning Governour | 
made Lieutenant General of his Majefty's Forces in this Ifland | and Mafter 
General of the Ordnance | yet under fuch Preferments [ He never once was 
known to Stoop | to any mean Complyances ; | He had a Soul too great to be 
employd | but for the Publick Good | At length ! | Declining in his Health, tho 
not depreffed in his Ardour [ under another Adminiftration, in an inaufpicious 
Hour I He provok'd in high Difpleafure. | and | on the 28*^' day of March 
proceeding his Departure, | (fo clofe indeed upon the fatal Period. | yet in one 
bright Moment of his patriot Flame) | He was by the offended Arm of Power | 
fuddenly dif miffed from all his Military Services | Unfortunate | in having liv'd 
fo long as to furvive | the " Favour of his Chief | yet happy | in having liv'd 
pofTeffed to the laft | of the Affection of his Country. 

Crest of Gibbons at west end. Arms with luescutcheon at east end. 

John G. of St. Mich., B., Esq. Will dated 25 Dec. 1737. I have settled 
my est. in G^ B. by deed and will. My corpse to be sent home and buried 
in Bath Abbey. My s. in 1. the Eev. Scawen Keanrick, Prebend, of Westminster. 
My brother in 1. the Eev. Stewart and my sister his wife, both in Virginia. My 
brother Wm. G., Esq., Ex'or. Sworn 19 Jan. 1737. 

The burials of Bath Abbey for 1737 are defective. A Mr. John Gibbons was 
buried 21 Oct. 1742, but that would be too late, unless the body were temporarily 
buried in St. Michael's and then subsequently removed to England. 

The pedigree in Burke and Betham commences with Wm., the 1st Bart., who was 
probably s. of Wm., the brother of testator. See several M.I. in previous volumes 
of " Caribbean a." 



1073. White marble cross on tomb (near the other Gibbons' vaults) : — 

AVILLIAM BAETON GIBBONS. | born march 1802. died IP" august 
1872. 



1074. North of nave wall near the west end is an altar-tomb with steps leading 
up to the west end of it. On which end are several initials now indistinct and 
doubtful, and the date 1688. It is supposed to commemorate William Arnold 
and his companions, very early settlers. Archer gives a drawing of it, but an 
incorrect one. Arnold's mill still stands on the top of the hill. 



167 



1075. Ancieut tomb, no inscription. 



1076. Here lies the Body | of | JOSEPH WATEEMAN \ who departed 
THIS LIFE I On Sunday the 25 Auguft | 1763 ] Aged 20 Tears. 

Archer gives the age as 26. 



Archer records nine more inscriptions which I did not see, so they have been 
presumably covered up or destroyed : — 

1077. Sarah Bell, dau. of Francis & Mary Bell ob. 23 Aug. 1736 | also, 
Francis Bell, Esq. ob. 6 April 1739, aet. 57 | also, Francis son of the above 
Francis & Marv ob. 16 x^ug. 1747 set. 14 | also, Sarah wife of Francis Bell ob. 14 
Feb. 1747 jet. 35 | also, Hon. Francis Bell Esq. ob. . . 1760, set. 56. 



1078 Thomas Fox & his two wifes, Prudence & Kacliel Fox, | two sons 

John & William, | two daus. Sarah & Esther. | also Thomas, Joseph, William and 
Mary, William being ye last, aged 27, dyed Sept. 14, 1754, Captain William Fox, 



1079. Another " Hall " slab nearly obliterated, and apparently older than 
the former. 



1080. Kichard Haynes, | ob. 1768. 



1081. No date, 17th century : — 

Arms. — . . . . three lions passant in i) ale 

Chest. — A dexter arm emboived brandishing a scimefar. 

Motto. — Sigkos sic sacra tuimur. 

M"" Michael Mahon, of the Kingdom of Ireland, & Margaret his wife of 
Barbados, with several of their children & grandchildren & in memory of them 
this monument has been erected by Mr. James Mahon, son of the above 
Michael & Margaret Mahon. 



1082. James Prat, son of Dr. Henry Prat & Dorothy his wife, ob. April 23, 
1738, set. 2 | also Henry Prat, s. of Dr. Henry Prat . . . also Dorothy Prat, 
wife of Dr. Henry Prat, ob. 19 Oct. 1749. 



1083. Above are these arms. — On a chevron between three ravens close a 
mullet. Below are the same arms, impaling : On afess dancettee three stars wavy 
of six points, a dexter canton charged with a sun in splendour. 

Under this stone lyes the body of Katherine, late wife of John Rokeby, 
merchant, dau. & coheiress of Christopher Thompson, late of this parish gent. & 
Katherine his wife who departed this life y*' 15^^' of April 1666, iu y^ 19^^ year 
of her age. 

(Archer's notes 1 omit.) 



168 Monumental inscrip1:iOns in bahbados. 

1084. Here lyes y«= body of Captain Edward Skeete, | boru y'' 13 June 1639, | 
and died May 14, 1727, aged 88 years. 

Capt. Era. S. sold 70 acres in 1642, and was probably father of Edward. 
This family intermarried several times with the Aileynes. See the arms under 
St. Lucy's. — [Ed.] 

1085. On a very old stone : — 

Timothy Eoberts, ob. 13 October .... set. 57. 



Mangrove Plantation. 

1086. On a white marble slab surrounded by a circular wall close to the ruins 
of the Grreat House : — 

Sacred to the Memory of | JOHN BBATHWAITE SKEETE Efq' \ 
who died 15'^» NoV 1794, | in the 43''*^ Year of his Age. ] His remains at his own 
particular | defire were removed from | »S* Peter s GhurcJi \ to this place. 

In his will he names his wife Agnes, son John Brathwaite S., uncle John 
Brathwaite and brother-iu-l. Wm. Harris. He mar. Agnes, sister of the Hon. 
Wm. Bishop, President, also of this parish. She d. 26 Sept. 1816. 



ST. PHILIP'S CHUKCH. 

1087. West wall of nave, south side of door : — 

In the Chancel | Are depofited the Eemains | Of | The Reverend THOMAS 
ALLINSON I A Native of the County of Oumherland \ And for more than 
Thirty Years a Rel'ident in this Island | Four of whicli Period He pafsed in the 
alsiduous dilcharge | Of His Pal'toral Duty as Rector of the Paril'h of | 
Saint Joseph \ And Eighteen as the Exemplary Miiiifter | of this Parifh \ 
(21 lines) | He died Auguft 19'>' 1815 | In the 59'"'' Year of his Age | (Erected by 
Feances Elizabeth Allinson his widow.) 

Crest, arms and motto broken off and lost. 



1088. Same wall, north side : — 

Parental affection confecrates this marble | to the memory of a beloved 
Child I ELIZA GITTENS BRATHWAITE* \ Aged 22 Years. I AVife to 
JOHN BRATHWAITE Efii^' \ (12 lines) | Obiit NoV 15"' 1805. 



1089. North wall of nave :— 

To the Memory of | The Honourable JOHN GITTENS \ (12 lines) | He 
quitted this Icene of Mortality | Feby 1768 | Aged 55 Years | (7 lines) | 
Erected by his son JOSHUA GITTENS. 

His epitaph in the " Gr.M.," p. 289, describes him as Chief Judge of 
S* Michaels, M. for S' Philips parish, Col. of the Windward Reg. of horse ifc J.P., 
d. 25 Feb. 1768 aged 50. 

John Gr. was a Quaker here in 1668. (Besse, II., 281.) 

* Pronouuced Brathett, 



ST. PHILIP*S. 159 

1090. North wall of nave :— 

SACEED TO THE MEMORY OE | MAEY THOMAS HUNTE 1 WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE NOA" 10"^^ 1852 | IN THE TWENTIETH YEAR OE HER AGE j SHE W^AS THE 
ONLY AND BELOVED CHILD OF HER PARENTS | ALSO IN MEMORY OF j JAMES 

THOMAS BROWN | a worthy friend who died oct« 21^^ 1852 | in the 

TWENTY THIRD YEAR OF HIS AGE | HE WAS THE ONLY SON OF HIS MOTHER, AND j 
A BROTHER OF TWO SISJERS ] (3 lilies.) 



1091. Sacred [ to the memory of | WOODEOFIE SINCLAIK BTAE j 

WHO DIED AT CLIFTON, NEAR BRISTOL, | JANUARY 10''" 1852 | AGED 42 YEARS | 

(2 lines) I ALSO of | HENEIETTA SHAEP, 1 his beloved wife | who 

DIED IN THIS ISLAND | MARCH 15^" 1852 | AGED 28 YEARS | THIS TABLET IS 
ERECTED BY HIS | AFFECTIONATE BROTHER | JOHN E. KING. 



1092. Sacred | to the memory of | JOHN EYCEOET BEST, j of 

BLACKMANS in the PARISH OF S'' JOSEPH, BARBADOES, | PRESIDENT OF THIS 
ISLAND, I WHO PERISHED AT SEA ON THE 14^'= OF JAN^ 1852, j BY THE BURNING 
OF THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMER " AMAZON " AGED 73. | ALSO TO THE MEMORIES OF 

HIS SONS I JOHN EYCEOFT BEST the eldest, | of the bengal civil 

SERVICE, I WHO DIED AT CALCUTTA, ON THE 23«" DEC« 1829, AGED 29 | 

THOMAS CADOGAN BY AM BEST, the second | who died at blackmans 
THE 8^= OF may 1838, AGED 83 | AND OF | ABEL WILLIAM DOTTIN BEST, 
Fourth and Yocngkst, | captain in her majesty's 80"^= reg^ who was killed 
in action i 22**" dec^ 1845, at ferozeshah in the east indies aged 29 | in 
dutiful and affectionate remembrance of his father | this tablet is 
ERECTED BY CHAELES HENEY BEST | third and only surviving son. 

His widow Catli. Henriette, yst. dau. of Eicliard Count De Vins, d. 1855; 
M.I. at Leckhampton, co. Glouc. Her father's will Avas dated 1799 and proved 
1808 (100 Ely). 

Tho. Best, son of John B. of B., of Mngd. Coll., Oxf., matric. 24 Jan. 1801, 
aged 18 ; killed Lord Camelford in a duel, and died Sept. 1829, aged 48. He 
may have been younger brother of John. 



1093. Crest. — A dove, from its leak deo gratias. Motto. — v^ victis. 
SACEED TO THE MKMORY OF | EDWAED HOOPEE SENHOUSE I A 

POST CAPTAIN IN THE ROYAL NAVY, | AND FOR MANY YEARS PROVOST MARSHAL 
OF THIS ISLAND ; | WHO DIED ON THE 22*^^' MAY 1863 | AGED 75 YEARS | (0 lines ; 

erected by widow.) 

He mar. in 1815 Eliz. Bishop, dau. of John Spoonei*. (" Caribbeaua," L, xiii.) 
He designed Christ Church. 



1094. On east wall of nave, near pulpit, on north side : — 

IN MEMORY OF \ NATHAN YOUNG | for many years | a practitioner 

OF medicine in this parish ; I HE DIED IN 1754, AGED 54 YEARS | AND OF HIS 

SON I NATHAN LEWIS YOUNG | for many years also ( a practitioner 

OF medicine in this parish ; I HE DIED 28^" FEBRUARY 1771, AGED 37 YEARS | 
AND OF HIS WIFE MAEY YOUNG, I WHO DIED 10^" MARCH 1809, AGED 
74 YEARS 1 AND OF THEIR SON LEWIS YOUNG, [ WHO WAS HIGHLY ESTEEMED 
FOR HIS PROBITY | AND VALUED FOR THE ZEAL AND KNOWLEDGE | HE DISPLAYED 
IN HIS PRACTICE | OF THE MEDICAL PROFESSION FOR 30 YEARS | IN THIS PARISH 
ALSO I HE DIED 5^^= APRIL 1817, AGED 52 YEARS ] AND OF HIS WIFE ELIZABETH 



160 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

YOUNG, I WHO DIED 25"^= februart 1816, aged 42 tears | and also of I 
ASTLEY ANN COOPEE YOUNG | who died 6™ December 1858. aged 
18 MOKTHs I a>d of MAEIANNE CHAELOTTE YOUNG | who died 

6^^= DECEMBER 1858, AGED 68 TEARS | THE CHILD AND WIFE OF NATHAN 

LEWIS YOUNG | bt whom this tablet is erected 1863. 
On brass below : — 

m i«iH|«©imitt iamri^aii nisasais ^ij^a^® m^^- 1 fteti 

at St HfonarUs on Sea iStiglanU | JTuIw X. mMe^e^Xn ^qeO 
%XXr ^eavs. 



1095. On a triangular tablet at west end of south wall of nave : — 

In Memory of | NATHANIEL SIMS WEEKES Efq'": | Native of this 
Ifland I who died at the Cove of Cork | on the 12"' of Decenaber 1800, | and was 
there Inter'd, | Aged 60 Years. 

Probably father of Dr. Nath. Weekes of this parish, whose will was dated 
1808. (516, Loveday.) 



1096. HUGH FEASEE MACPHEESON, | of Inverness | died at sea 

20^= APRIL 1852, I AND RESTS IN THIS CHURCHTARD | (1 line.) 



1097. ^UFdf ic©2rji®i9< I DEDICATES THIS LITTLE TABLET TO THE MEMORT | 

OF A BELOVED WIFE | MAEGAEET ANN GITTENS, | (5 lines) | born april 

l^T 1821, DIED AUGUST S^^ 1854 I TO THE MEMORT ALSO OF A DEAR CHILD | 

HEEBEET CALLENDEE GITTENS, | the last pledge of mutual 

AFFECTION, | BORN APRIL 17^" 1852, DIED SEPTEMBER 8^= 1855. 



1098. SACRED TO THE MEMORT OF | EOBEET PILGEIM TOPPIN, 
ESQUIKE, j WHO DIED JANUARY 15'^« 1839, AGED 36 TEARS | (1 line) I ALSO 

OF, I MEHETABLE MOEEIS TOPPIN, | mother of the above; | who died 

AT CLIFTON, NEAR BRISTOL, | DECEMBER 18'^" 1840, | AGED 61 TEARS. 

Major Miles Toppin was of St. John's parish, circa 1680 — 90. 



1099. On a brass to north side of reredos : — 

TO THE GLORT OF GOD AND IN LOVING MEMORT OF GEOEGE HENEY 

ALLEYNE born august 9'= 1821, died December 16^= 1884 | (dedicated by 
his widow.) 

The window was also placed to his memory. 



Churohtard. 

1100. On the north side is a blue marble under a large cotton tree : — 

Hie Sepvlta jacet | Margarita Noke vxor | Eichardi Noke nvper | 
Hvjvs Insvlae Secr- | etarii & Filta Gvlielmi | Bttton ex antiqya Fam- | 
ilia de Bvtton de D- I VFFy ; in cvjvs optime | Merentis Memoriam j 

TEIST . , . DOLENSQUE | CoNJUX HoC POSviT | OBiiT XXIIII IVLT 1677. 

1677, Aug. 11. Margaret, wife of Eichard Noake Esq. (Burial Eegister.) 
" 1. Eichard Noke of London Gent: eldest son now going to live in Barbados 
aetatis an : 45: Nov: 2: 1666." (Visitations of Berkshire, Harl. Soc. Pub., p. 251.) 
" 3. Charles Noke obijt sine prole, buried in Barbadoes 166|-." 



ST. Philip's. 161 

1101. Jacobean shield in sunk circle : — 

Aems. — . . . . three roundles, a chief embattled. 

Here lyeth interred y' hody of WilUam \ Goodall of Hampshire in y' Kingdom 
of I England JEsq'', ivho departed this life y" 8'^' | of Novemler 1690 in y^ 70^^ year 
of his I age and Jane his toife tvho dyed y" 19*'' of | September 1670, in y* 29*'' year 
of her age \ and also their tivo daughters Millesaint \ ^ Ann, who dyed in their 
Infancy \ This ftone teas laid by ther (sic) surviving \ daughters viz | Jane y^ 
icife of Edward Wintoiir of Lond" \ merch* Sf Millesaint y^ wife of Gap* \ David 
Ramsay of Barbados \ In testimony of their duty to y' pious \ memory of their 
deceased Parents. 

1690, Nov. 9. William Goodall Esq. 

There are several Eamsay entries in the Kegisters. 



1102. Under this stone were interr'd. the bodie(s of) Elliot Saer & lane his 
wife. I He died the 27 of March 1756 aged 66 . . e died the 21«* of April 1761 
Aged 6 . I (3 lines.) 



1103. White marble slab. Jacobean shield in a sunk circle: — 

Aems. — Argent, a saltire engrailed.* On an inescutcheon : Argent, a 
St. George's cross ; impaling, Argent, three lions rampant, ducally crowned. 
No crest. 

Here lye the Bodies of [ EOBEET BISHOP Elq' who departed | this life 
Sepf 16'i'*1715 M. 35 Years | And | MARY EOEBES Eelict of EOBEET 
BISHOP I Efq'- who departed this life | Mav 26'" 1734 M. 48 Years | And I 
MAEY MOEKIS Daughter of EOBEET | and MAEY BISHOP, who 
departed | this life May 25^'' 1743 | M. 33 Years. 

1734, May 27 wife of Col : Will Forbes. 

1743, May 27 {sic) , wife of Jasper Morris. (Burial Eegister.) 



1104. Blue marble : — 

Here Lyeth Interrd y« Body of | JOHN BAKEE who departed | this life 
the 23^ day of luly 1716 | Aged 53 years | And his three Children. 



1105. White marble :— 

SACEED I To the memory of | CONNOE JOSEPH O'BEYEN | eldest 
son of I JAMES POWEE O'BEYEN | Ireland who died | April 9'»» 1861 ( 
Aged 41 Years | (4 lines.) 



1106. IN MEMORY OP | NATHAN LEWIS YOUNG, | who died 28™ 

FEBRUARY 1771, | AGED 37 YEARS | AND OF HIS WIFE MAEY | WHO DIED 
lO^H MARCH 1809, I AOED 74 years I ALSO OF THEIE SON LEWIS | WHO DIED 
S'^^ APRIL 1817 I AGED 52 YEARS | AND OF HIS WIFE MAEY ELIZABETH | WHO 
DIED 25''« FEBRUARY 1814 | AGED 42 YEARS | ALSO OF ASTLEY ANN COOPER 
THE I INFANT DAUGHTER OF NATHAN LEWIS | AND MAIANNE CHAELOTTE YOUNG | 
WHO DIED 26TH OCTOBER 1820 | AGED 14 MONTHS. 

* Archer gives " indented." 



162 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1107. Large vault, six feet high : — 
EICHARD BAYNE | ou^ sep' 3 [ 1767. 



1108. Similar vault, six feet high : — 
WILLIAM COX I OB^ FEB^ 6 | 176G. 



1109. At north-west corner of churchyard are these two blue marble slabs side 
by side. At the top is a Jacobean shield with mantling in sunk circle : — 

Ceest. — A man in armour holding in dexter hand a hattle-nxe across shoulder 
over W. and H. 

Aems. — Argent, three hattle-axes. 

Near this Place lyes the Body of | lAMES AYNSWOKTH Elq. | Who 
Departed this life | the Seventh Day of May 1723. | MV" 56 years. 

Gap in Burial Eegister 1720—23. 

Then comes a Jacobean shield with mantling in circle : — 

W. and H. No crest. Arms. — Three mascles. 

And here lyes the Body of | ELIZABETH AYNSWOBTH \ {Wife of 
the abovesaid JAMES AYNSWORTH Efq) \ who departed this Life the 
Eighteenth | Day of September Anno Domini mdccxxiii | in the ly Year 
of her Age. 



1110. A Jacobean shield and mantling in circle : — 

Ceest. — Out of a coronet a lion sejant over W. and H. 
Aems. — Argent, between three griffins segreant, a bar indented. 

Here lyeth the Body of | JOHN HOLDEE Efq>- | who departed this Life 
the 22*^ day of March | Anno Domini mdccxxiy | ^Eta* xxxi years. 



1111. Two stones under a willow tree : — 

Here Lieth the Body of | EOBERT HATNES who | Departed this Life 
the 9*11 j j)ay of October 1727 in | the 10^^ Tear of his Age. 

1727, Oct. 10. Eobert Hanes. (Burial Eegister.) 



1112. To the worthy Memory of | EOBEET BOWCHEE ESQK who 
was I born Sep*"' the 3^ 1707 and died march 7'i' 1739 | his disconsolate widow 
Eliz* Bowcher as the | last Instance of her love and Gratitude has | caused this 
monument to be erected. 



1113. Large vault : — 

To The Memoet Of | WILLIAM FEANCIS CAETEE | Who Died 
June 6''= 1858 | aged 30 teaes | (several lines; erected by widow, etc.) 



163 

1114. Sacred to the Memory of | JOHN ABCHEB Efq^ | who died 
October 30'^ 1786 | And of ANN his Wife who departed | this life May Sti* 
1794 i Both Aged 50 Years | (4 lines) | Here is alio Intered the Remains of | 
Jf-8* MILLICENT WHITE \ Sifter to the above ANN ABCHEB \ 1798. . 



1115. Sacred to the Memory | of | NATHANIEL EOACH ESQ^^ [ of | 
White Eiver Plantation | who departed this Life | May the 6'^ 1819 | In the 
24^'' Year of his Age | This Marble \ is erected hy his affectionate Wife \ 
HABBIOT BOAGH | also | In Memory of | JANJE EOACH | Mother of the 
above Nathaniel Eoach | who departed this life 14*^^ December 1837 | Aged 
63 Years. 



1116. Aberdeen granite : — 

SACEED TO THE MEMORY | OF | JAMES SAMUEL CLAEKE I WHO DIED 
ON I 18^= DECEMBER 1875 | AGED 51 TEARS. 

At foot of above, enclosed by railing : — 

Sacred | to the memory of | ANNE ISABEL j wife of | JAMES 
SAMUEL CLAEKE | born IP" December 1834 | died 7 January 1884 | 
AND I ANNIE HELEN LOUISE | their daughter | born 5^= December 

1871 I died 24 DECEMBER 1875. 

J. S. C. was a planter, and father of the present Attorney-Gen. the Hon. 
C. P. Clarke, and of the Speaker, Sir F. J. Clarke, K.C.M.Gr. 



1117. South of walk to the Tower: — 

SACRED 1 to the memory | of \ ELIZABETH ANN | the beloved wife of | 
EMANUEL JOHN COCK HUTCHINSON | >vho departed this life the 
ll'h day of I October 1847 Aged | 64 Years | (2 lines.) 



1118. SAOBED I To the memory of | KATE ANNIE | daughter of 
JOHN ALLEYNE and | ANNE WALEOND DKAN | who died 8'»' October 
1848 I Aged 1 Year and 11 Months | Also of | ANNE WALEOND DEAN | 
Mother of the above who departed this life j February 3*^ 1852 Aged 30 Years. 



1119. Aberdeen granite to George Henry Deane, died 26 March 1864, aged 50 
(s. of J. A. D.). 



1120. Two very large vaults without names. 



1121. Grey granite east of chancel : — 

HERE LIE THE BODIES | OF | JAMES THOMAS BEOWN I WHO DEPARTED 
THIS life OCTOBER 21*''^ 1852 | IN THE 23"" YEAR OF HIS AGE | HE WAS THE ONLY 
SON OF HIS MOTIIKIl | AND A LOVING BROTHER TO HIS SISTERS [ ALSO | MAEY 

JANE HARDING j aunt of the above youth | who died December 
lliH 1847 j jjf the 42''° year of her age | (erected by iames hunte) 



164 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1122. North side. White marble:— 

in Hobtng l^emorj) | of | REV^ e. lisle smith | rector of this 

PARISH I FROM 1892 TO 1901 | DIED 24^= APRIL 1903 | AGED 68 | (2 lines.) 



1123. On a large vault to the north of churchyard : — 

TOMB I or THE | LORD FAMILY | LONG BAT CASTLE. | TABLET | ERECTED BY | 
L'' COL. F. C. TROLLOPE | LATE GRENADIER GUARDS. 

1844, Nov. 5. In Jermyn-st. Sam. Hall Lord, of Long Bay Castle, B. father 
of M" Haywood, of the Willows, near Birmingham. ("G.M.," 104.) 

The local tradition is that the Lords acquired wealth from wrecking ships. 
Their fine house close to the sea is unoccupied ; it contains some good plaster work, 
the rooms and passages being very lofty and spacious. See " Caribbeana," IV. 



1124. Near the east path to rectory. Large vault surmounted by a Sheraton 
white marble urn : — 

Motto. — non omnis moriar. 
Crest. — A greyhound couchant. 

Arms. — Gules, on a chevron [Arffent] three crosses-crosslet fitchy ISahle^ 
(Brathwaite) . 

There is no inscription, and the Rector did not know whose tomb it was. 



1125. Within iron railing is a large enclosure containing seven ledgers, on 
each of which is fixed a lead plate with the inscription : — 

(1). Bessie Brathwaite Obit 25"' Nov'' 1859 Aged 24 years. 

(2). Henrietta D. Brathwaite Obit l«t April 1870 Aged 27. 

(3). Mary E. Brathwaite Obit 15*'' Aug"* 1869 Aged 38 y". 

(4). Sacred to the memory of James Butcher Brathwaite Died Sep. 19'^^ 1877 
Aged 39 y". 

(5). Christopher Moe Brathwaite Died Sep. 6'i' 1877 Aged 77 years. 

(6). Mary Jane Brathwaite Died 13"> Feby 1875 Aged 70 years. 

(7). Caroline Brathwaite Died 18 February 1875 Aged 38 y». 

The Rector said he had heard that several of the above died of leprosy. 



1126. Sacred | to the Memories of the children of | William Senhouse 
Esquire | & Elizabeth- Ward his wife | Humphrey Senhouse | Died November 
10"' 1780 aged one month | Sarah-Ward Senhouse | died December 2"'^ 1785 
Aged 1 year | James-Lowther Senhouse | died March 3P* 1794 aged 21 years | 
(6 lines) | Also Joseph Senhouse | died Aug^^ 17''' 1797 aged 14 years | Also 
Edward Hooper Senhouse Cap. R.N. | Died May 22'"' 1863 | Aged 76 years. 



1127. Sacred to the Memory | of \ THOMAS PIOGOTT Son of \ 
THOMAS PIGOOTT and | SARAH his Wife who died July 20"' ] 1801 
Aged 40 Years. 



ST. :^HiLip*s. 165 

1128. Large tomb :— 
E. & F, Hunte 1823. 

1129. Large tomb : — 
I. SIMMONS 1828. 

I was told that lie came from Scotland, and was in the Customs, and his 
descendants about two years ago acquired his Scotch property. The family is 
now called Simmons- Anderson. 

See " Caribbeana," I., 66, for pedigree of Simmons. 

1839, June 20. At Hellingby, Sussex, James, 2d s. of James Baber, of 
Leelauds, to Mary Anne, dau. of H. P. Simmons, of B. (" Gr.M.," 196.) 



1130. Ledger:— 

Sacred to the Memory of | TEMPERANCE CARTER, Wife of | 
TIMOTHY CARTER 1 died Sunday 21«' June 1789 . . 37 | (13 lines.) 



1131. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | CHRISTIAN ROSE DIED DECEMBER 5, 1818, 

50^3 YEAR OF HER AGE | (Stone inscribed by her dau. Jane Ann Gittens.) 



1132. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF WILLIAM HARRISON DIED APRIL 16"^= 1845 
IN HIS 42^° YEAR. 



1133. Sacred to the Memory of | NATHANIEL KIRTON Esq'-e Proprietor 
of the Foursquare and Brewsters estates | who departed this life on the 4*'' of 
March 1859 | Aged 75 years 1 This tablet was erected by his childrea and 
grandchildren. 

1134. Sacred to the Memory of JONAS WILKINGSON ESQ^^ | who 
departed this life on the | 16'^' day of August 1843 | In the 70'i» year of his 
age I (4 lines ; erected by surviving sous) | Also of | FRANCIS ANNE | 
daughter of the above | who died on the IS*'* December 1850 | Aged 19 years | 
And of 1 CHARLOTTE, his AVife who entered into her rest | 23 August 1864, 
aged 81 years. 

1135. Beneath this stone | lie the remains of | JOHN PITCHER ESQ^^ | 
who was born June 8*'' 1799 | and died September 1^' 1855 | Aged 56 years | 
(7 lines ; erected by his widow.) 



1136 in mtmoxp I of I jr^l^iSS ^, ^m^^^Z \ hovn JTuli? 30 

1834 1 UteU i9,0tJemier 17. 1881 1 (2 lines ; placed by his friends Henrietta 
Smith and W. H. Smith.) 

1137. Beneath this Tomb rest the | Earthly remains of | BRYAN 
TAYLOR ESQR | a respectable inhabitant of the Parish of Saint Phillip he j 
departed this for a better life the 4 day of August 1802 [ in the 58''' year of 
his Age. 



166 MONUMENTAL INSCElPTIONS IN BARBAlDOS. 

1138. Here lyeth Interred the Body of | DOEOTHY HEARNE Wife of | 
JOHN" HEARNE who departed this life | the S*'' day of Januaj-y 1723 | 
Aged 26 Tears. 



1139. Skull and hour-glass. On a lozenge-shaped marble at end of tomb : — 
1839 I E B I E B R I S T H. 



1141. MARIA LOUISA ( aiTTENS | Obiit | August 6"' 1854 | Aged 
21 years | daughter of | Mary S. Gittens. 



1142. Ledger. Jacobean shield and mantling in sunk circle : — 

Abms. — . . . ., three pears, out of a chief a demi-lion rampant; impaling, A f esse 
and in chief three roses. 

Archer gives crest : A raven holding a flower. The omission may be my error. 

Here lyes y® Body of M"" John Perratt | who departed this Life June the 7"^ 
1729 I Aged 74 years | Here also lyes the Body of | M--^ ANN PERRATT Wife 
of y« abovesaid | who departed this Lite March y*' 16^'' 172| | Aged 63 Years or 
thereabouts. 



1143. Here lyeth the Body of | HENINGHAM CARRINTON Widow I 
of PAUL CARRINTON {sic) who Died | January the 28 Day 1744 | Aged 
69 Years. 

Her will was dated 12 Feb. 1744-5, Her husband was a doctor. 



1144. On an inserted lozenge : — 

The Vault of | SAMi' GRETTON | ESQ. July 30, 1767. 



1145. Here lieth Interred the Body of | M. MARY ROGERS Relict of 
Cap* I HENRY ROGERS who departed | this life the 8''' day of September | 
1753 Aged 57 years. 



1146. Against the south wall of the chancel : — 

In loving Memory of | Sarah S. Millard | fell asleep 7 January 1897 | Aged 
79 I (1 line. I was told she vyas the Rev. R. E. Berkeley's wife's sister.) 



1147. In loving Memory of j R. Fitzhardinge Berkeley | Priest | Rector of 
this Parish 1880—1891 | fell asleep 18 July 1893 | Aged 68 | (1 line.) 



ST. Philip's. 167 

1148. In loving Memory of LETITIA MAEIA | Wife of the Eev. Lisle 
Smith I fell asleep in Jesus March 30, 1901 | Aged 64. 



1149. On a lozenge fixed on a large vault : — 

THE TAULT OF | .... | GITTENS F . . . . | 1822. 



Archer gives the following 21 inscrij^tions, which I did not see. As most of 
them were fragmentary, they have no doubt been lost beyond recovery: — 

1150. John Best .... died 21 Aug. 1758 aged 50. 

1151. J. B. died 1743. J. B. died 1745. 

1152. A. G. died 1752. 

1153. Isaac Gittens d. 1819. 

1154. John H . . . dy d. 1790. (Fragment.) 

1155. Mary wife of Henry Heme d. 1725. (Fragment.) 

1156. John Hall Esq. d. 22 March 1729. 

A EMS. — A fess indented helween three griffins segreant. 
Crest. — On a ducal crown a lion sejant. 

1157. Laetitia Moe d. 1735. James Moe .... Samuel Moe .... Cliristian 
Moe .... 

1158. A M d. 1743. (Fragment.) 

1159. J M d. 1743. (Fragment.) 

1160. James Mapp Esq. d. 1757. 

1161. Eichard Payne d. 1769. (Fragment.) 

1162. W. P 1741. (Fragment.) 

1163. LP 1772. (Fragment.) 

1164. E E d. 1755. (Fragment.) 

1165. M" Mary Eogers wife of Henry Eogers Esq. d. Sept. . 1753 aged 57. 

1166. Henry Scott d. Feb. 6, 1793. 

1167. T S 1777. 

1168. K W 1730. (Fragment.) 

1169. C W 1757. (Fragment.) 

1170. William . . | of the kingdom of . . [ this life y« 8'^' . . . | year of his 
age ... I dyed y« 19'i> of . . | . ear of her age . . . | . . rthers . . | Millesaunt . . . 
(While?) . . I infancy . . . 

There is a Quaker burial-ground in the village, but the Eector said there were 
no stones in it. 



168 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

Halton's Plantation. 
1171. In a walled enclosure. Modern white marble tablet: — 

THIS TABLET | MAEKS THE BUHIAL PLACE OF | THE EOUS EAMILT | FROM 
WOOTTON ITNDEREDGE, COU^TY OF GLOUCESTER | IN ENGLAND, j THE HON. 

SAMUEL EOUS, | president of this island in the reign of | his 

MAJESTY GEORGE 3"" j OF MOST GRACIOUS MEMORY; | S. ROUS DIED A.D. 1784. | 

ELIZABETH KOUS | w^idow of the above samuel rous | died 19™ noy« 

A.D. 1796 I THEY WERE THE LAST | WHOSE REMAINS WERE INTERRED IN THIS 
VAULT I THE GROUND BEING FORMERLY PART OF | HAUGHTON PLANTATION | IN 
THE PARISH OF S"^ PHILIP j BARBADOES. 

John Rous, gent., of Wotton-under-Edge, had two sons, John born 1673, and 
Thos. born 1674, died 1737. Arms. — Or, an eagle displayed Azure. (Rudder's 
" Gloucestershire," 851, and Foster's " Alumni Oxon.") 

In 1654 Tho. R. of Barbados, Esq., for £6500 c. sold to Geo. Pasfield of 
Redriffe, co. Surrey, Esq., a plantation in St. Philip of 217 acres. (" Barbados 
Deeds," vol. ii., p. 668.) 

By Mary dau. of Col. Reynold Alleyne, he had a son John, Will proved 
1695. (" G-eo. Fox's Journal," ii., 94.) 

Sam. Rous of Clifton Hall plantation seems to have left four daus. and coh. 



Rice's Plantation. 

1172. On a grey maible slab cracked and cemented, on the top of a vault 
touching the road : — 

Hie Requiescunt Oi'fa | NICHOLAI RICE Arm«i | Obiit 21 Septembris 
1766, I Annos Natus LXI | Menfes IV | Qualis Yixerat | Talis erat Moriens | 
Fide Integerrimus, | Strenuus Amicitiaj | Refugiura Pauperum, | Suorum vere 
Parens. | A | Patria procul, | L . . g . . A . . . um* | Sedibus, | Eandem quam ab 
iis accepit | Virtutem ufque | Coluit | Patris optimi Memorise | Filius pofuit 
JOANNES BICE \ Manent etiamf depotiti® | ANNJ^ & I^'ICHOLAI 
Filiorum ejus | Reliquiae, | xx ante Anni Det . . . torum | Here lie interred the 
Remains of | NICHOLAS RICE Elq'; | Who departed | Septem | Aged L | 
Th . . . . ars IV Months | remains likewife of | NICHOLAS his ... . rer | . . . . 
here depofited th , . . . Year 1740 (or 1746). 



ST. LUCY'S CHURCH.+ 
1173. There are eight wall tablets. South aisle : — 

Crest. — A cubit arm erect cotcped, in the hand a dagger, point upicards. 
Arms. — Argent, a chevron Gules heticeen three Jleurs-de-lis. 

This tablet is erected by his Friends j in memory of [ The Hon. Henry Bishop 
Skeete | Born May 4'ii 1853. Died October 4*'' 1912. | His genial manner and high 
sense of duty j Won for him general Esteem, j He served his Country for 20 
years | As a Legislator and always worked | Faithfully for his Parish. | For 21 
years | He was Organist of this Church. 

Son of the late Rev. Henry Brathwaite Skeete. He mar. a dau. of Isaac 
Walrond Skinner of Speightstown. See his obituary in the W.I. Com. Circular 
for 5 Nov. 1912. 

* Cracked. f ? hie. 

X Mr. E. G. Sinckler very kindly transcribed the M.I. of the interior of this church and 
tricked the arms, the Editor having mislaid his notes, which were afterwards found and 
checked with the above. 



ST. Lucy's. 169 

1174. On the east wall of the nave, south side : — 

IN MEMOBT OF | PHILIP LOVELL PHILLIPS ESQ^^ M.D. | of lamberts 

AND DUBANTS ESTATES, IN THIS ISLAND | SON OF JOHN RANDAL PHILLIPS, ESQ*", 
ALSO OF LAMBERTS ; | DIED JULY 2^^ 1869, AGED 63 YEARS | HE WAS HIGHLY 
ESTEEMED IN THE ISLAND HATING DONE MUCH | TO BENEFIT THE PEOPLE, | WHOSE 
INTERESTS HE EVER HAD AT HEART BOTH FOR TIME AND ETERNITY. | ONE OF HIS 
LAST ACTS IN GODS SERVICE | WAS THE ERECTION OF THIS CHANCEL 1869 | S"^ PHILIPS 
CHAPEL IN THE PARISH OF S'^ PETERS WAS ALSO BUILT BY HIM | IN MEMORY OF HIS 
ONLY SON, IN THE YEAR 1861. 

Crest, — Broken off, part of a ducal coronet and a tail only remaining. 

Arms. — Very indistinct. Quarterly: 1 and 4, Or, a lion rampant; 2 and^, 
Argent, a chevron Qules betioeen three ivolves heads erased (Lovell). On an 
inescutcheon, quarterly: 1 and 4i, A chevron between three birds' heads; 2 andS, 
Bendy with some charge on a chief. 

Motto. — adjuvante deo. 



1175. Tablet of white marble on black. | (1 line) : — 

Sacred | to the Memory of j EDWARD | only child of | EDWARD and 
ELIZABETH HART, | who died of scarlet fever | after the short illness | 

of 28 HOURS I on the 14^^ OF DECEMBER 1837 | IN THE NINTH YEAR OF HIS AGE | 

(6 lines.) 



1176. South aisle. Black marble ledger :— 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | JOHN WRONG LEACOCK I WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE I ON THE 26^"^ MARCH 1850 | AGED 78 YEARS | ALSO | TO THE MEMORY 

OF I HIS WIFE I REBECCA TOWNSEND LEACOCK | who died the 1«^ 

NOVEMBER 1831 | AGED 64 YEARS. 



1177. South aisle. A tablet of white marble on black : — 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | THE REVEREND HAMBLE JAMES liEACOCK | WHO 
DIED, AS THE WEST INDIA CHURCH MISSIONARY | TO THE WESTERN AFRICA, AT SIERRA 

LEONE AUGUST 20'= 1856 | AGED 61 [ (9 Haes.) 

See a tablet to him in the church of St. Paul, Charlestown, Nevis, whereon he 
is styled the " Martyr of the Pongas." 



1178. South aisle, lower part of church. White marble on grey : — 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | JOHN GRIFEIN, | WHO DIED AT ALLEYNE 

DALE, OF CHOLERA, | JUNE 27'= 1854 | (6 lines ; erected by the children of Sir 
Reynold Abel Alleyne^ Bart., in recognition of his long and faithful service.) 



1179. On the north wall of the nave, east end: — 
Ceest. — Out of a ducal coronet a griffin's head. 

TO THE GLORY OP GOD | AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF | ARTHUR HODGSON 
CADOGAN I OF PICKERINGS S' LUCY, BARBADOS, | AND BRINKBURN PRIORY, | 
NORTHUMBERLAND, ENGLAND | WHO DIED 11'= MAY 1896. 

There is a pedigree of this family in one of the editions of Burke's " Landed 
Gentry." 

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170 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1180. On the east wall of the nave, north side. Gothic brass in colours on 
black marble : — 

Crest of Alley ne. 
• Arms of Alleyne, — Quartering : Argent, iwo chevroneh between three trefoils 
Azure (? Gay, but escallops for trefoils) ; impaling, Gules, a lion rampant Or 
(Olton). 

Motto.— NON tua sed publica vota. Badge of Ulster. 

Sacred to the loved | memory of Sir Reynold | Abel Alleyne Bar*^ | Born June 
IQth 1789 I Died Feb'y 14'i' 1870 | An^l Rebecca his wife, [ Born Aug^' 23>-" 1704 | 
Died June 5*^' 1860 | (2 lines.) 



1181. Eont, white marble. " Given by Sfsana Ha&gatt AV^idow (Relict of 
y^ Hon. Simon Lambeet & Othniel Haggatt) 1747." 

Her 2nd husband the Hon. Othniel H. was a merchant of Bridgetown, M. of C. 
1726, Chief Baron of the Court of C. P., and died 27 Nov. 1735. By lier Ist 
husband she had 2 daus. : Jane, who mar. 1730 Nathl. Haggatt, son of Othniel by 
a previous wife, and Ruth, who mar. the Rev. Dudley AVoodbridge, Rector of 
St. Philip's. 



1182. On the floor of the south porch are two blue marble slabs : — 

SACEED TO TUEMEMOBT OF \ THOMAS A¥. GREAVES I of Mount Foyer in 
this Parish \ Born June 11'^ 1792 | Died June 13"' 1823 j and of\ ELIZABETH 
ALICE I his xoife \ who died May 29^^' 1817, | Also of\ EDAV^AKD AUSTIN | 
their son \ Born February 9^^ 1813 | Died December 2>J'"'i 1867. 



1183. TO THE BELOVED MEMOET OF \ ELIZABETH GRACE I wife of\ 
HENRY LAWRANCE, | and daughter of \ THOMAS W. and ELIZABETH 
ALICE I GREAVES 1 Born December 18"' 1811, | Died September 16"' 1869. 



1184. West porch. Blue marble : — 

THOMAS GR(IFFITH). The wooden floor covers the remainder. The 
sexton gave me the surname. 



1185. On a step to the south porch. Blue marble. Jacobean shield with 
mantling in sunk oval : — 

Ceest. — The sun in splendour over a helmet. (Archer adds: thereon a hear 
or goat statant.') 

Arms. — Argent, three harrulets {in relief), in chief three hucJce tongues. 

[Here Lye]th the Body of | [Elizabeth Gidv] Wife of [ [Matthew Gidvl who 
was I [Born Jan^ y«6] 16i8]7 j [And departe]d this Life | [The 1^^ day of Aprjil 
1726 I [Had issue by t]he said | [Matthew Gidjdy vi sons | [And v] daughters. 

The portions within brackets, no longer legible, are from Archer. 



8% LUCT^S. iH 

CHUECHrAED. 

1186. "White marble slab over vault : — 

JAMES Son of Cap* JAMES GEAHAM dep"i this life | December the 20*^ 
1729 Aged 38 Tears j Cap' JAMES OEAHAM father of the aBove faid 
JAMES I Dep: this Life July y« 12, 1730 Aged 77 Years | ELIZABETH 
Daughter of laid JAMES G-RAHAM dep^i | this Life July the 16, 1730 Aged 
9 Years | MAEY Wife of the abovefaid JAMES GEAHAM dep^^ | this life 
May the 22'' 1747 Aged 51 Years. 

1187. SacreU | to the memoet of I EDWAED only child or 
EDWAED AND ELIZABETH HAET | who died on the 14^^^ or dec« 1837 

IN THE NINTH YEAR OF HIS AGE | ALSO | TO THE MEMOEY OF | M^^ JANE 

NIHELL HUNT, | who died on the 25^= of septembee 1842, | aged 54 

YEAES I LEAVING ONLY TWO DAUGMTURS \ ELIZABETH RABT AND MARY JANE 
SAINTHILL. 

1188. Enclosed within iron railing : — 

In Memory of | MABGEBT, the Wife | of benjamin babb, \ who 
departed this Life January 26"' | 1811 | Aged 69 Years. 



1189. Enclosed within iron railing : — 

SAMUEL LEACOCK | departed this Life | October 19, 1828 | Aged 
64 Years. 



1190. White marble headstone : — 

DOWDING HOLLINGSWORTH, | SON OF JOHN AND ELIZABETH HOLLINGSWOETH, | 

obiit oct» 4^" 1841, | aged 23 yeass | (16 lines.) 



1191. White marble slab* enclosed by railing : — 

WE all fade as a leaf I IN SOLEMN EEMEMBEANCE | OF* | OUE BELOVED 

mothek I MES. MAEY GILL | who was boen febeuaey 2 . . 1776, | died 
MAECH 14™ 1S63 j (9 lines ; erected by her son k. g. gill.) 



1192. SH^MiEB I TO THE MEMOEY OF j THOMAS CONNELL | who 

DIED 22"^ SEPT" 1846, I AGED 75 YEAES | AND j ELIZABETH HIS WIFE | WHO 
DIED 12''= JULY 1827, I AGED 53 YEAES. 

1193. Blue marble :~ 

IN MEMOEIAM | M^^ ANN EOCK I WIDOW, I BOEN 17^= MAY 1783 | DIED 
2'f» MAY 1870. 



1194. White marble :— 

This Marble | is erected to perpetuate ] the Memorv of | SUSANAH 
BO WEN, I wife of | JOHN BOWEN | and BENJAMIN JOHN BOWEN, | 
son of the said | JOHN & SUSANAH | The former of whom departed this 
Life, I in giving Birth to the latter | May l^i 1796. | Aged 4L Y«s II Mo^ & 24 
Days. I and | the latter December 5^^ 1820 j (3 lines.) 



This stone required cleaning. 



l72 MONTJMEKTAL IKSCRllPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1195. White marble enclosed by iron railing : — 

Sacred To The Memory Of ] SARAH ELLIOTT 1 only Child of JOHN 
& MARY EDWARD | ARCHER who died April 1st 1858 | Aged 24 Tears | 
(4 lines) I ALSO ] OF JOHN ARCHER | who died January 19th, 1860 | Aged 
49 Tears | (6 lines.) 



1196. Large mausoleum south side of churchyard. Upright white marble let 
into east end of vault : — 

SaoreK I to the Memory of | FRANCIS ANN, | wife of | CHARLES 
WHITFOOT GREAVES | who departed this Life i September 10*^ 1823 \ 
Aged 29 Tears | (4 lines.) 



1197. Another large vault has no name. 



1198. White marble :— 

SACKED I TO THE MEMORY OF | THOMAS WALTER ESQ^^ I WHO DIED 
NOV* 25™ 1813 I AGED 53 TEASS. 



1199. SiacreJ | to the memory of I JAMES CRAGrGr, I the beloved 
CHILD of I JOHN and ALITHEA KELLMAN | of the parish of saint 

LUCY, i WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | 26 MARCH 1840 | AGED 4 YEARS AND 3 

months I (4 lines.) 



1200. SacreO | to the memory of I JOSEPH COR BIN | who departed 
THIS LIFE JAN" l*'^ 1855, | AGED 66 YEARS | (40 years clerk of S* Peter's parish 
church) I (many lines ; erected by widow.) 



1201. White marble headstone : — 

SacrrlK i to | the memory of I JOHN KELLMAN ESQ^e | of chance 

HALL IN THIS PARISH | BORN 18'= DECEMBER 1794 | DIED 10''= JULY 1862 | 

(4 lines.) 



1202. White marble headstone : — 

^acreU | to the memory of \ SHADRACK KELLMAN ESQ«e 

OF THIS PARISH | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE JULY 8'= 1865 | AGED 69 YEARS 

(2 lines.) 



1203. Large vault. No name. ? Grannum, according to the Sexton. 



1204. Covered up with turf : — 

THIS STONE I IS INSCRIBED BY | WILLIAM WATSON | OF THE COTTAGE 
PLANTATION, | TO THE MEMORY OF HIS FATHER, | WILLIAM | WHO DIED 
13^= JULY 1818 I AGED 56 YEARS. 



^T. LtJCY^S. Its 

1205. Partly buried :— 

This Marble is dedicated | to the MEMORY of | THOMAS WHITFOOT 
Efquire | who died 17^'' July 1796, | Aged 41 Years | (9 lities.) 



1206. A stone ledger in the floor of the north porch : — 

Underneath lieth the Body of | GRISSEL MACKAY | who departed this 
Life the 19"' Sepf | 1787 aged 37 Years. 



1207. A large ledger standing against the west side of the interior of 
the porch : — 

This Qrave not to be opened | (space where a shield* has been) | Thomas 
Cadogan Efquire | died Auguft the 2"^ 1790 | In the 63 Year of His Age | And 
was buried here | the next Day j (5 lines.) 

See No. 1179. 



1208. A large vault :— 

SACRED I TO THE MEMOKT OF | COLIN HUGH DALRYMPLE I 
BUCHANAN | who departed this life | on the 24''"' of jult 1845 | at 
THE eaelt age OF 27 TEAKS | (3 lines.) 



1209. A large grave enclosed by iron railing. On the gate : — 
JOHN HENRY LEACOCK. 

On a black marble obelisk : — 

. . P I wife of . . H t I born 1822 departed this life 1891 | 

born 1825 departed this life 1884. 

On a ledger of white marble : — 

Jane A. Leacock, | Widow of John H. Leacock M.D. | born March xiv. 
MDCCXciri I departed this life | March xiv. mdcccxlii. | (3 lines; placed by her 
Son John H. Leacock.) 



1210. A large tomb :— 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | JOHN P. HART | WHO DIED 14^'' DEC^*" 
1858 I AGED 60 YEARS | AND j THOMAS P. HART | who DIED 5^^= MARCH 
Z859 I AGED 51 YEARS. 



1211. On a ledger over vault : — 

On a Jacobean mantled shield in sunk oval : — 

Asms. — Ermine, a lion rampant ducally crowned. 
Crest. — A lion's paw erect erased over W. and H. 

Here Lyes | Collonell Joseph Pickring | Obiit 14 March 1715. 

* This metal shield was removed by a mason named Rutter to Bridgetown some five or six 
years ago, and the Eector has not since seea it. 

t There are five initials in this line in Old English and illegible. 



174 Mbi^uMKKTAL i:NSCRtPi?ioi^s In BAHBADbs. 

1212. On an iron G-othic cross surrounded by an iron railing : — 

" In Memoriam. Sarah Howard, 9^^ Sepf 1850." 

Mrs. Sarah Howard, wife of Win. Murrell Howard, M.C.P. for St. Philip's, 
then for St. Lucy's for many years. She was a sister of Joseph Lyder Briggs, 
father of the late Sir Graham Briggs, Barfc. She mar. my maternal grandfather 
in 1822, and died aged 62. The Keetor wrote in the Diocesan Magazine asking 
persons to have the graves of their forbears renewed, so H. Graham Yearwood 
and I are having our maternal grandmother's cross and railing repainted and the 
mason work repaired. It is in the churchyard on the right going in. 
[E. G. Sinckler.] 



Archer gives in addition eight inscriptions :— ^ 

1213. James Butler . . 1696. (Fragments in wall.) 

1214. Several lines of eulogy to a young wife of 18. 

1215. Thomas Whitecote, Esq., died 7 July 1796. (Fragments.) 

1216. I. I. Seals 

1217. Michael Boyce Senior died May 9, 1750 aged 63 0. 3. 

1218. W. M. Brown. (Very old stone.) 

1219. . . Salmon. (Fragment.) 

1220. R I 1750. 



1221. On white marble slab set upright against the north face of a large 
mausoleum in canepiece near St. Swithin's Chapel : — 

SACRED I To I The memokt of | MAKY JANE, \ wife of SHADRACK 
KELLMAN ESQ. | who departed this life the 24^^^ day | junk 1854, 
AGED 47 TEAES 2 MONTHS & 9 DAYS | (several lines) | (ANN G-RAGG- her ys* 
ch** died of cholera 24 June aged 14 years together with her Mother.) 



Hope Plantation. 

1222. There is a marble slab here dated 1742 to Capt. Joshua Greaves. The 
dining-room has been built over it, so that it can no longer be seen. 



Beomefield Plantation. 

1223, On an oval stone which was formerly part of the arch of the old 
windmill at Forster's : — 

F. I W. M. I DECK 12 1 1745. 

The old tomb which formerly stood in the wood has disappeared, with the 
exception of a fragment of elaborate carving of white marble lying outside the 
entrance oi the house. 



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ST. THOMAS' CHUECH. 

The floor being new, probably the old ledgers have been removed. 

1224. White marble. "West wall of nave, south side : — 

Sacred to the Memory of [ ELIZABETH MARTHA SMITTEN 
Daughter | of BICHABB & KATH^ SMITTEN who died | Auguffc 31^* 
1808 Aged 20 Months | (10 lines.) 



1225. White marble, north side : — 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | REYNOLD ALLEYNE ELLCOCK 

ESQI^E I WHO DIED OS THE 2^" OCTOBER 1821, | AGED 32 YEARS | (2 Hues ; 

erected by widow.) 

He mar. Oct. 1811 Miss Applewhaite of Bentleys, and their only child Mary 
mar. 6 Oct. 1834 T. Noel Harris. 



1226. North wall of nave :— 

THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY [ THOMAS ELLIS | IN AFFECTIONATE 
REMEMBRANCE OF | HIS BELOVED SON | JOHN BRYANTE | WHO DIED AUGUST 

3»" 1869 I AT THE EARLY AGE OF 24 | (1 line.) 



1227. North wall of nave :— 

this tablet is erected by | thomas ellis, as a token of deep | regret 
for the loss of his affectionate wife | mary jane, who died in 
London sep" 11'^^ 1856, | aged 45 years ] also for their only daughter 
MARY ANNE, | who died at Portsmouth may 29^" 1851, | at the early age 
OF 12 YEARS I (6 lines.) 



1228. Marble mosaic tablet north wall of chancel : — 

2ro ti^e ftacretl memory of | Thomas Ellis of Canefield | plantation in this 
parish who | died in Loudon on the xiv | Day of November a.d. mdccclxx | 
Aged Lxv Years also of Mary | Jane his wife, who died in | London on the 
XI day of Sep' | a.d. mdccclyi Aged xxxxv years | and were both buried in 
the I cemetery Kensal Grreen this | monument is dedicated by | their sons 
William and Thomas. 



1229. South wall of nave :— 

sacred to THE MEMORY OF | ARABELLA CHAVASSE, | the beloved and 
affectionate wife of I NATHANIEL EORTE ESQK [ born 4 april 1816 | 
DIED 3^° APRIL 1851 1 (4 lines.) 



1230. Ditto :— - 

sacred to the MEMORY OF | SAMUEL MAYNARD ALLEYNE | op 

RIDGWAY ESTATE, | IN THIS PARISH ; | BORN 25t*' AUGUST 1809 | (3 liuCS ; a 

husband and father) | who was drowned, | whilst bathing at bathsheba, | 
20^^" MAY 1847 I (5 lines.) H. Wood, Bristol. 

Bathsheba on the Windward Coast is a cool retreat much frequented by 
persons desiring change of air. The currents there are dangerous and cases of 
drowning occasionally occur. 



176 M0NT7MENTAL 3NSCKTPTI0NS IN BARBADOS. 

1231. Floor of west porch : — 
W. E. I lan^ 4 | 1715 | S. B. 



CHURCHYARD. 
1232. Large mausoleum : — 
EYARE KING Efq | Mat . . | 18 . . 



1233. Ditto:— 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | WILLIAM GrRANT ELLIS EsQUIRE | WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE | JANUARY 10'= 1841 | AGED 69 YEARS. 



1234. Ditto : North of chancel. No inscription. 

1235. Fixed on iron railing : — 

THE BURIAL GROUND [ OF | RICHARD GRANNUM | ERECTED BY HIS DAUGHTER 
AMELIA G. GRANNUM. 

On the ledger : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY | OF | WILLIAM BRIAN GBANNUM | HUSBAND OF I 
SARAH ELIZABETH QRANNUM | AND BROTHER OF | SARAH MARGARET ELLIS \ 
AMELIA G. GRANNUM | AND MARY GRANNUM | HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE | AUGUST 
THE IS'^H 1820 I AGED 23 YEARS | ALSO \ TO THE MEMORY OP | RICHARD 
GRANNUM I THEIR FATHER 1 WHO DIED OCTOBER 6"^= 1820 | AGED 52 YEARS | AND 
TO THEIR MOTHER | AMELIA GRANT GRANNUM | WHO DIED NOT* THE 22, 1821 | 
AGED 56 YEARS. 



1236. Headstone:— 

IN LOTING MEMORT | OF | JOHN KELLT TEARWOOD | DIED 1«' JANUART 1895 | 

AGED 30 TEARS | (1 line.) 



1237. Altar-tomb:— 

SACRED I TO THE MEMORT OF | RICHARD RODERICK HALL I WHO 

DEPARTED THIS LIFE JULT -29'= 1843, AGED 40 TEARS | (6 lines, 4 of them Latin.) 

1238. Close by:— 

SACRED 1 TO THE MEMORT OF | FRANCES J. HALL | WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE I ON THE 24'^= SEPT« 1838 | AGED 26 MONTHS. 



1239. Fine old blue marble ledger. Below is a Jacobean shield with mantling 
in an oval : — 

Crest. — A tree on W. and H. 

Arms. — . . . . two bars gemelles ....,« lend, on a chief . ... a tower. 

Here lyes interred the boddy {sic) \ of major Gennerall Timothy | Thornehill 
who died the | first of August 1681 as likewise | the boddyes of his two wifes | 
boeth named Sussana & his | Eldest sonn Timothy & his Daug | hter Elizabeth 
& his two bro- | thers John & Isaac Thornehill, 



177 



] 240. Blue marble next to it 



Here lies Interr'd the Body of M^s | lEAN WOOD (wife of M^ THOMAS | 
WOOD and Daughter of M^ ROaEli I and lEAN PIGGOTT) who 
departed | this life the 21** Day of April 1733 | and in the 45'^' Tear 1 of 
her Age. 

1733, April 22. Mrs. Jean Wood wife of M"" Thos. Wood. (Burial Eegister.) 



1241. Ledger:— 

Died February 14'^' 1820 | AVILL^ MARSHALL | Aged 14 T«« & 10 
Months I Sacred to the Memory j of \ Margaret Kedslie, and Lucy Hel- | len 
(twin sisters) | daugliters of Geo^ | T. and Anna W. Shepherd, the for- | mer of 
which died Febry 5^1' 1849 | Aged 5| Mon» & the latter June | 3'-<J Aged 9^ 
Mon» I (4 lines.) 



1242. Blue marble ledger : — 

Here LyETii intereed the body of | m« william allambt aged about | 
72 years who departed this life | upon the 4'= DAy or October 1678. 



1243. Blue marble ledger, very perfect, one crack across left bottom corner. 
Jacobean shield and mantling at top : — 

Crest. — A wyvern over W. and H. 
Arms. — A lion guar dant passant. 

Here lieth the bodies of Capt. | Edward Thompson Esq. who 

DEPART {sic) I THIS LIFE THE Q^^ DAY OF APRIL 1659. | AnD OF CaPT. SaMYELL 

Thompson | his Brother who departed this | life the IS'^^ of March 
An° 1655. 

The preceding two old ledgers look as though they had been formerly in 
the church. 



1244. White marble ? headstone lying loose and broken on top of a 
mausoleum, a portion missing. The top part is blackened. There are seYeral 
lines of eulogy : — 

.... eminent Stations | in this Ifland, | expired 16 Auguft 1765 | Aged 63 
Tears. ] M" SARAH DUKE | who lived and died worthy fuch a Confort | is 
buried with Him. 

" 1765, Aug. 16. William Duke Esq. buried." The Rcy, Wm. Duke was 
inducted 28 Aug. 1758. He copied the old Registers damaged by the hurricane 
of 10 Oct. 1780. Humphry Duke had a patent for 60 acres in St. Peter's in 
1630. My copy of the "Early Settlement of Barbados" was presented by 
Mr. Wm. Duke, Clerk of the Assembly in 1756, to Gov. Pinfold. 



1245. Ledger : — 

in memory of I JOHN DRATTON Esq"" \ of mollineux plantation | 

WHO departed this life I ON THE 11''= DAY OF JAN^ 1849 | AGED 55 YEARS | 

(3 lines ; placed by widow rebecca jane drayton.) 

A A 



178 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1246. Two ledgers inside railing: — 

SacreH | to the memory or I GrKIPFIN BASCOM Esquire | late of 

DEMERAKA | WHO DIED IN THIS ISLAND | THE 9^= JUNE 1852* | AGED 62 TEAEg. 



1247. Letters mossy : — 

SACRED I To the Memory of 1 M^^ MARY BASCOM | Wife of 
MB JAMES BASCOM | who departed this Life | October the 30''> 1789 I, Aged 
42 Years | (4 lines.) 



1248. Ledger:— 

IN MEMORY OF | WILLIAM BRIAN ELLTS | eldest son of | .tohn 

THOMAS ELLIS ESQUIRE, | BORN JANUARY FIRST 1821, ( DIED DECEMBER SECOND 

1854, j AGED 33 I (4 lines ; erected by widow.) 



1249. Alongside:— 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY | OF | JOHN ELLIS | FATHER OF | JOHN THOMAS 
ELLIS I AND I SARAH ELIZABETH GRANNUM | HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE | MARCH 
24'^= 1801 I AGED 32 YEARS | ALSO TO \ REBECCA ELLIS | THEIR MOTHER | WHO 
DIED I OCTOBER THE 24 ^=1842 j AGED 73 YEARS. 



1250. On iron railing : — 

THE BURIAL PLACE | OF | WILLIAM R. GILLS | FAMILY. 



1251. White marble headstone to JOHN R. G. GILL died 21^^ mar. 
1891 AGED 28 Yrs. | (erected by widow.) 



1252. White marble headstone : — 

in MEMORIAM I GEO. THOS. SHEPHERD | DIED 28 MARCH 1892 | AGED 78 
TEARS I AND OF HIS WIFE | ANNA WILLIAM | DIED 6 JUNE 1S97 ] AGED 73 YEARS. 



1253. White marble headstone enclosed by railing: — 

SaCr^tl to X^t l^fmOtJ? 1 of | the HON. | JAMES WILLIAM PARBIS C.M.G. | 
OF AYSHFORD | BORN 18"^= NOV'' 1815 | DIED 20^= JULY 1908 | (1 line) i ALSO OF | 

SUSANNA HIS WIFE | BORN 7^« JAN. 1816 | DIED 20'^= feb'^ 1883 | (1 line.) 

Paul Carrington Parris, s. of David of B., esq., matric. from X* Ch., Oxf., 
21 Oct. 1808, a. 19. (Poster.) 

1812, May 13. At Pimlico, Paul Carrington Paris, esq. of B. (" G.M.," 597.) 

John Parris, Esq., will dated 1660 (161, May), seems to have been the 
founder of the family. 

Some modern headstones to Payne, Williams, Packer, Inniss, and Worm I did 
not copy. 



The four following inscriptions given by Archer are not now visible. He does 
not state if they were in the church or churchyard : — 

1254. William Briant Esq. & Mary his wife a native of this island, after an 
exemplary discharge of y^ domestic virtues, with temper & with health, by 

* The 1852 doubtful. It might be 1862. 



179 

diligence with prosperity, during a most tender union of fifty-eight years, were by 
death separated 4 months & 11 days onlv, she dying Nov. 6, 1756, aged 74, he the 
16'!^ March 1757, aged 78. _ " 

To whose blameless memory this stone was deposited by their grateful & 
affectionate grandson J. "Worrell. 

Aems. — A chevroji between three escallops. 

Cbest. — A dexter arm in armour brandishing a suoord. 

They and their three children, Wm., Ann and Mary, were living here in 1715. 
Leigh Hunt's grandfather, the Eev. Dr. Hunt, was related to the family. 



1255. A vault of the Osbornes of Springhead. No tablet. 



1256. On a lead coffin : — 

Here lies C. Skeet ob. Feb. 3, 1758. 



1257. M. S. Sub hoc marmore positae sunt reliquae Ephraim Smith de agro 
Lincolniensi orundi matheseos scientia Celebris meusurandi artis geq. professione 
ac usi longe primarii. Gubernante E-adulpho Dom. Greio Barone de Work 
illustri chiliarcha et Francisco Russello precessori Barbadis facilitate perquam 
benetici. Ex hac vita spe beatoris excelsit Oct. 27, 1701. Pariter vitam cum 
sanguine fudit posuit G-. Lillingtonus in hac insula regiae majestatis consiliis. 

Lord Grey was Gov. in 1701. 



Stueges Plantation. 

1258. In a cane piece near Welshman Hall gully is the old family burial- 
ground enclosed by a wall now broken down. It contains but a single memorial, 
a black marble slab, on the upper part of which, on a sunk oval, is a Jacobean 
shield with mantling : — 

Arms. — Three covered cups., on a chief two lions passant. 

Ceest. — A lion's jamb erased, holding a covered cup, over W. and H. 

To I the Memory of | Doctor Ionathan Worrell | who clofed an ufeful 
Life I 21 September 1758 | Aged 56 Years | this Stone is depofited by his | 
affectionate and only Son. 

The Manager told me that Dr. Carrington was also buried here. 



Cane Garden Plantation. 

1259. This slab, which was covered with earth, lies in a garden behind the 
village : — 

Here lyes y" body op | lif'^ col<^ Humphry hook | who departed this 

LIFE I MARCH y'^ 24^" 166| I ALSO ] THE BODY OF JONE HOOK HIS WIFE | WHO 

departed this LIFE 8^"^= | } " 22° 1673 | also | the body of cap' .tohn 

RID^fi {sic) I WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MAy | y^ 18, 1675 | ALSO | THE BODY OF 
MARG'^ WIFE TO | CAP'' GEORGE LILLINGTON WHO | DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JUNE ye 3» I 1680. 

Capt. Geo. L. was M. of C. and aged 60 in 1708, and his will was proved in 
1712 (116, Barnes). 



liSO Moi^tJMfiNTAL li^SCiUPTlONS lif ^ARJBADOS. 

EuGBT Plantation. 

1260. This slab, consisting only of the upper half, was lying loose in the 
yard : — 

Here lieth Inter'd the Body of | SARAH MASCOLL HOLLO WAY 
Daughter | of EDWARD & ELIZABETH HOLLO WAY | who departed 
this Life Auguft 15^^ 1760 | Aged 9 Months 15 davs | Alfo the Body 
of EDWARD HOLLOW AY Esq-" | Father of the "above Said SARAH 
MASCOLL ! HOLLO WAY who depar (rest broken away and lost). 



Atshfoed Plantation. 

1261. In the old burial place under trees, quite close to the house, is a slab 
cracked in several places : — 

SACKED TO THE MEMORY OF | GEOEGE HENRY TYLER | TO WHOSE PIOUS 
REMEMBRANCE THIS | MEMORIAL IS PLACED BY HIS j DISCONSOLATE WIDOW AS A 
POOR AND I LAST TRIBUTE OF HER AFFECTIONS | FOR HIS BELOVED REMAINS | WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE FEB^ 22"" 1832 | AGED 28 YEARS | (11 lines.) 

1737-8, Jan. 2. Mercy the d. of Edward Holloway Esq' & Mary his wife bap. 
1832. John Henry Tyler in the private burial ground of the Eoderingham 
family (abode). Bridge Town, 23'"'' February 26 {sic). (Parish Register.) 



1262. This slab, which was formerly a step to the kitchen door, has been 
removed to the yard, where it is fixed near the water tank : — 

Here lies Interr'd the Body of | MARY ANN" the Loving and beloved ( 
Wife of ROBERT AYSHFORD Efq'' | who after an Exemplary difcharge 
of I the Several relative duties of Wife | Parent Daughter and Friend was to 
the I great grief of her afflicted family | . . . . lated from this Earthly abode | on 
. . of March 1772 Aged 37 Years | (4 lines.) 

1728, Nov. 4. • Anthony the S. of Robert & Damaris Ayshford bap. 

1731-2, Jan. 24. Captain Robert A. buried. 

1739, Nov. 12. M"^ Robert A. buried in a Vault in his Garden. 

1772, March. M" Mary Ann Ashford buried the ^^^. (Parish Register.) 



Strong Hope. 

1263. In a gully is a vault cut out of the rock with a square of marble fixed 
in the wall : — 

within this vault I ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS OF | WILLIAM 

WILKINSON ESQ. | proprietor of strong hope estate | 1828 | . . . . | 
DOROTHY WILKINSON | his wife | who died October . . . 1829 | aged 
74 years. 

1829. Dorothy Wilkinson Relict of the late W'" Wilkinson, Strong Hope 
Plant". 4f-^ Oct. 74. 

1828. William Wilkinson, Strong Hope Planf^ in thjs Parish. 30*1' ^ov. 
69 Years. (Burial Register.) 



Vaucluse Plantation. 
1264. On a blue slab in the grassland : — 

HENRY PETER SI.UMONS [ BORN 17 MAY 1776 | DIED 19 FEBRUARY 1843. 



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ST. JOSEPH'S CHUECH. 

The ancient parish church which formerly stood in the valley was blown down 
hy the hurricane in 1831, and a small mortuary chapel occupies its site. This 
old Church is shewn in " A Prospect of Hackelton's Cliff " in Hughes' " Natural 
History of the Island " of 1750. The Hon. Percy Haynes of Bissex Hill kindly 
accompanied me on my visits to this district, and pointed out all objects of 
interest. 

Old Chuechtaed. 

In the floor of the mortuary chapel are four slabs. 

1265. Blue marble : — 

In Memory | of | DANIEL M^'CLOUD | Who died June 13 | 1759 | Aged 
50 Tears. 

Gap in Burial Register from 20 Nov. 1758 to 26 Aug. 1760. 



1266. Ceest. — A demi-lion couped rampant over W. and S. 
Aems. — A lion rampant. 

Here lieth Interred the Body | of Live: {sic) Coll: JOSEPH SRENE \ 
Merchant in Bridgtown of | Barbadoes who departed this | Life the 20*'' of 
Auguft 1709 I Aged 44 Years. 



1267. Blue marble: — 

Here Lyes Interred the Body of | EDWAKD BENNEY Esq'" who was | 
born in the Town of Shrewsbury | the 24"' day of lune 1619 and | departed this 
life the 16"'' day of | September 1701 He was an Inhabitant | of this parish Since 
the yeare 1647 & | Served in the Aisembly as one of the | Repreleutatives of the 
S* parish | severall yeares | (8 lines.) 

1686, Nov. 4. Cap' James Benney & Alice Lassels. (St. John's.) 



1268. White marble :— 

Sacred | to the Memory of | MARY JUDITH, | wife of | JOHN 
ELLIOTT HEWITT: | who departed this Life | April 9"' 1824. ] Aged 
36 Years | (4 lines.) 



The new parish church of St. Joseph stands close to the high road leading to 
Joes River, and was built soon after 1831. 

1269. South wall of nave :— 

SACRED j TO THE MEMOEY OF | Jx\MES BENJAMIN MAYERS I WHO 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE | 13''= OCTOBER 1854 | AGED 62 TEARS | ALSO | DOEOTHV HIS 
WIFE I WHO D-EPAETED THIS LIFE | 18^^*^ NOVEMBER 1853 | A&ED 59 YEARS | 

(7 lines.) 



1270. On a brass on the north wall of nave : — 

Sacreti | to t\)t memorjo of [ l^tacfjel iFrances WmXtoit \ toi)o Dieir 
24 jFeb. 1894 I ^geo Ti'l^ears | ti \ Robert Botoie S^alcott MM, \ 
toljo nm 6 aprrt 1894 I iigeti 73 ^ear» | (5 lines.) 



18^ ilONTJMfiNTAL INSCRIPTIONS iN BAKBABOS. 

1271. White marble on south wall of the chancel : — 

Ittittetnori) | of | EOBEET | Infant Son of | COL. KOSS E.E. | 
AJSB OF I ALETHEA EMMA ] his wife \ Born May 5, 1864 I Died October 
17, 1864. 



Chubchtabd. 
1272. On a marble headstone : — 

In I l^emors of | Samuell IttapnarD mUvnt | elUwt son of S. 01, 
att0 S. ^. ^llejne | t)e toa» born August 25tb 1809 | anB Urotoneti tofiU 
batiimg | at Battjftljeba i^a^ 20ti) 1847 | (5 lines.) 



1273. Cross:— 

BEV. JOHN BBADSHAW M.A. B.M. T.C.D. | (fOR 17 TEARS RECTOS OF THIS 

parish) I AND I MARY JANE BBADSHAW | (4 lines ; erected by children.) 



Andrew's Plantation. 

The private burial-ground here is fairly large, and contains three old ledgers, 
besides a few small headstones. 

1274, On a marble slab : — 

Arms. — A chevron between three hoars heads couped, on a chief three roundles. 
Cap"' Egbert Wardall Aged 22 teers | Departed this Life the 
14^= OF IvNE I 1667. 



1275. On a second large marble ledger with rery large lettering: — 
Here liyeth y« Body of Jacob | de Hem Deceased y^ first of | March 1677. 
Tobias de Hem of Norwich (s. of Jaques de Hem) mar. 1611 Susanna 
Corsellis, and his will was proved in 1629 (75, Eidley). Adm'on of the estate of 
Susanna de Hem was granted Feb. 1658-9, her sons James and Tobias her Ex'ors, 
now both deceased. 



1276. Large marble ledger between the preceding : — 

In Memory of I Cap* WILLIAM MOBRIS \ of the City of Bril'tol who 
died I the firft day of April 1772 | Aged 47 and lies Interred | underneath | 
He left in England a difcoufolate | Widow and three Children | to lament the 
lofs I of an affectionate Hufband | a tender Parent | and | an Honeft Man. | 
He Married MABT Eldeft ] Daughter of | JOHN and ELIZABETH 
WINTER I of Watchet in the County | of Somerlet who Placed tliis | 
Monument | of her Orief and Affection. 



Joes Eiveb Plantation. 

1277. In a cane piece above the works is a tomb of the Holders, but I saw no 
inscription on it. It is supposed to be the grave of Brigadier- Gen. the Hon. 
Henry Evans Holder, who died in 1771. 



Malvern Plantation. 

1278, On Hackleton Cliff is a tomb Muth three compartments belonging to the 
Stuarts, Mayers and Harpers. I saw no name on it. On a wall of the works is 
carved the crest of a demi-lion rampant. 



( 183 ) 

ST. ANDBEWS CHUBCH. 
1279. On a grey marble slab in the floor of tower : — 

Here Lveth Interr'd v« Bodr of \ M" MABT MOBBIS j« Daughter | 
of Maj' BOBEBT MOBBIS born ] y IV^ Day of March 16^ Married [ 
to JAMES DO ... N ESQ" the 7^^ \ of Februair 1713 Departed this i life 
y* 12 Day of luly 1720. 

Archer gives James " Dothie," but Dottin would be more likelr. 



1280. Ditto :— 

To the Memory of | ELIZABETH MAST | Daughter of SAMUEL 
MATEEICK Efquire \ and | Wife of ASTHOXT GBEGG MB. \ 
(8 lines ; erected by husband) j (died) on the 23 Day of Ocf 1790, | Aged 
49 Years (?4). 

There were also Mavericks in New England. See New England Begister for 
Oct. 1913. 



1281. In the chancel floor near the communion rail: — 

Here Lves Interred the Body of | TYBPIN WILLOUGHBY | Who 
Departed This Life March | The 2.'l741 Aged 61 years. 



1282. Partly under the steps to the pulpit : — 

To the .... I JACOB HINDS and .... | who departed this | the 
former | in September 18 . . . | Aged 68 Years | the Latter | Julv the 10»»» 
1806 i Aged 58 Years | Their afectionate Son | JACOB HIXBS \ Mas | 
caused to he erected \ this Marble \ as a lasting tribute \ to his affectionate 
and tender Parents. 



1283. Floor of north-east of nave : — 

Here lies : the Body of | ANN POOLE | Who departed this Life The 
day of lanuary 1740 Aged 56 ] Years. 



1284. East window:— 

IN MEMOBiAM | COLEBIDGE HUDSON | (no date.) 



1285. Under south gallery of nave. Blue marble, cracked, a fragment in 

the floor : — 

. . ere lieth the Body | of the | . . . WILLIAM THOMAS \ Rector of this 
Parilh | who died Dec^ 20»*» | Aged 46 Years | (5 lines.) 



1 286. On two halves of grey marble in the floor. On the upper half : — 

Here lieth the Body of | MABGABET BUDD ... 1 (several worn away 

lines*) I 52. I Here alfo Body of | DAVID BUDDEB Efq. | 

.... Elizabeth Budder | Who departed this life | (the second half has poetry.) 

♦ Archer givesi " Daughter of David & Eli»beth Rudder, died June 16, 1752 .... Also 
David Rudder her father died April 17, 1753." 



184 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1287. Blue marble, skull and crossbones (cracked) in tbe floor : — 

Here lyeth the body of | M^s Lvcy Iohnstot . | late Wife of Cap* 
Akch : I JOHKSTOVN who departed this [ . . f e y« . .^^ of 9'^'- 1680 born (? bein) | 
about 22 years of Age. 

1288. White marble tablet near south door : — 

This Tablet | In Memory of | JOHN HENET EOaER | who died 
June 16'" 18 . . I Aged 9 Years | is here placed | by his much afflicted | 
Parents | (6 lines.) 

CHUllCHYAEI). 

1289. Two vaults enclosed by railing south of chancel : — 

Sacred to the Memory | of | OEMOND G. OLTON \ Born | December 
17th 1850 I Died | July 29th 1873 | (4 lines.) 



1290. SACEED TO THE MEMOET | OF | CHAELES M. OLTON I Born [ 
March 14th 1844, | Died | January 14th 1872 1 (4 lines.) 



1291. G. A. E. ! September 9, . . 76 \ aged 69. 



1292. J. T. E. I January 1876 | Aged 35. 



1293. South of Tower, on a white marble cross enclosed by railing. There 
are three vaults : — 

Ktt iWCmOnattt | EEV. JOHN HUTSON | twenty-five TEAES EECTOR I DIED 
18''^ NOYEMBEE 1865, AGED 59 | AND | SUSANNA JANE, | HIS WIDOW, | DIED 
12''° MAY 1891, AGED 84 | ALSO | H. A. HUTSON | GEAND80N, | DIED OCTOBEE 

1876, AGED 3 MONTHS ] (2 lines.) 

He was father of the present Eector of St. Lucy's. 



Archer gives four other inscriptions, now lost : — 

1294. Here lies the body of john fooed, Gent, who was b . . . ovt° (sic) the 

. . . 1617, AND DIED .... 

1295. EDWARD LAMING . . died Jan. 17 ... . aged 59. 

1296. N . . . . G . . . . died . . 1758. (Eragment.) 

1297. . . VAUGHAN, 1733 .... (Eragment.) 



1298. In the disused burial-ground a short distance from the church are two 
flat stones, besides numerous grave mounds : — 

A Friend | causes this Stone | to be erected to the memory of | JANE ANN 
THOMPSON I Free Coloured Woman | and her three Infant Children | as a 
mark of Esteem | (3 lines) | who departed this Life | January the 27*^^ 1816 | 
Aged 35 Tears. 



185 



1299. On a white marble slab :- 



Sacred | to the Memory of | FBAIS'CES BOOTMAN [ daughter of | 
FRANCIS & RIlBECCA BOOTMAN \ Born October 29"' a.d. 1787 [ who 
departed this Life | July 13*'' 1819 \ Aged 30 Tears | (2 lines.) 



ST. JOHN'S. 

Nave. There are six ledgers, including one in porch. 
1300. Blue marble :— 

Here lyeth Interr'd the Bo ... of | TIMOTHY EOBERTS of this 
Pari ... I who departed this life y" 1 ."' of Oct'''' 17 . . (cement) | Aged 57 Years. 



1301. Blue marble :— 

Here lieth Interred the Body of | M^ EICHAED HANNIS | Born 
November the 5^^ 1667 | died May the 19^'' 1752. [ As alio of his Daughter | 
ELIZABETH HANNIS | Born the 17''' of January 172f | died the 11^^ 
of Auguft 1733. 

1752, May 20. M'' Eichard Hannis. (Burial Eegister.) 



1302. Grey marble :— 

Here lyeth the Body of ELIZABETH | ESTWICKE the daughter of 
W I CHEISTOPHEE ESTWICKE and I SUSANNA ESTWICKE who 
departed | this life the 17 day of June and in ( the seventeen^^' Year of her Age | 
Anno: Domi: 1732. 

1733, Oct. 28. Susanna Estwick. ;♦ 

1735, June 5. Christopher s. of Christ" Estwick. (Burial Eegister.) 

See pedigree in " Caribbeana," iii., 60. 

Oap in Burials 24 Nov. 1722 to 21 April 1733. 

1641. Eich'i E. leased his 100 acres in this p. " under the Cliff " for 21 years 
at the yearly rent of 1000 lbs. of cotton. (Vol. i. of Deeds, p. 926.) 

1643. M"" Henry E. owed the Church of St. Geo. 445 lbs. of cotton. 
{Ibid., 168.) 

1647. Eich'' E. & Francis E., gent., sell 100 a. in S^ Geo. (Vol. ii., p. 104.) 



1303. Blue marble slab fixed against the west wail of nave. Jacobean 
mantling and shield in a circle : — 

Motto above. — Sic nos sic sacra tui mor. 

Crest. — A cubit arm couped, holding a short sword over TV. and II. 

Arms. — In pale three lions passant. 

Here lies Interr'd the Bodies of | M-" MICHAEL MAHON | Of the 
Kingdom of Ireland and MAEGAEET | his Wife of Barbadoes with feveral I 
of their Children and Grand-Children | and in Memory of them this Monument | 
has been erected by M-" JAMES MAHON | Son of the above MICHAEL 
& MAEGAEET. 



186 MONUMENTAL 3NSCBIPTI0NS IN BARBADOS. 

]304. Blue marble, also fixed against west wall of nave. Above is an incised 
Jacobean shield with mantling : — 

Crest. — A rook over W. and K. 

Abms. — A chevron charged with a mullet hetioeen three rooks (Rokebt). 

Vndeb this stone lyes bteied t* bodt or | Katheeine late wiee of 
John Kokeby | merchant davghter & cohetris or christo | pher Thompson 

XATE of this parish GENT. | & KaTHERINE HIS WIFE WHO DEPARTED THIS | 

LIFE Y^ 15TH OP April 1666 in y^ TO'^h ye are | of her age. 

Below is a second shield : — 

Ai&M.^. — Three birds, impaling : On afess indented three estoiles, on a canton 
the sun in its glory. (Not in Papworth, 789.) 



1305. Ledger in porch : — 

This Stone covers two Infants | of lOHN and ELIZABETH WAITH | 
And is Sacred to SUSANNAH MOLL | a Daughter | who died December 7, 
1779 I Aged . Tears | (4 lines) | Also Eliz. . . . ith their Mother | Who lived 
respected & died lamented | on the . . May 17 . . | Aged 22 (? 32) years | (6 lines.) 

1779, Dec. 8. Susanah Moll daught^^ of John Waith. (Burial Eegister.) 



Wall Tablets. 
1306. White marble. On west wall of nave : — 

A figure of a woman standing nursing a babe, a small child beside her. 
(3 lines) | Elizabeth christian pinder | wife of the honorable francis 

FORD binder, I and DAUGHTER OF JONAS AND CHBISTIAN MERCY MAYNARD, | 

(17 lines) | (died) on the 9^^ of dec* 1799, | aged 30 years. 

Jonas Maynard mar. Christian Mercy, dau. of ... . Clarke. Their dau. Eliz. 
was born 22 Nov. 1769, and mar. 12 April 1790. Her husband born 31 March 
1767; died at Bath 27 Jan. 1843. 

See ante, No. 105. 



1307. North wall of nave. There are five tablets on this wall : — 

In Affectionate Eemembeance j of | EOBEET HAYNES, | of thim- 

BLEBY lodge, YORKSHIRE, | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE | FEBRUARY 17, 1873, | 

AGED 78 YEARS | (3 lines.) 

He was 2nd son of Gen. Eobert H., born 2 .Tan. 1795 at Newcastle plantation. 
His father gave him Clifton Hall in 1815. He mar. twice and had a large family. 
See his pedigree in Burke's " Landed Gentry." 



1308. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | HENEIETTA PEAECE SHAEP | the 

BELOVED WIFE OF WILLIAM SHARP ESQUIRE ] OF THIS PARISH | AND MOTHER OF 
SIX SURVIVING CHILDREN | SHE DIED JANUARY 28™ 1840 | IN THE COUNTY OF 
DEVON ENGLAND | AGED 55 YEARS [ HER REMAINS ARE DEPOSITED IN THE CHURCH- 
TAED I OF THE PARISH CHURCH OF TOR | (20 liueS.) 



187 

1309. SACEED 'TO THE MEMORY j OP | ANN ISABELLA SEALY, | the 

BELOVED WIFE OF | JOHN SEALY | ATTOENEY-GENEBAL OF THIS ISLAND | SHE 

depaeted this life I ON THE 31'*'^ OF MAECH 1859, | AGED 48 YEAEs | (7 lines.) 

1645, May 14. Ensign "Wm. Sealey gent, sells 30 a. in S* John's. (VoL i., 
p. 654.) 



1310. IN THE FAMILY TATJLT OF | THIS CHUECH YAED [ AEE DEPOSITED THE 

EEMATNs OF | MAEY MERCY HOLDEE, | wife of | john a. holdee, | died 
JULY 16^^ 1826, AGED 41 I (4 lines ; erected by husband.) 



1311. East wall of nave, north side : — 

SACEED TO THE MEMOEY OF | HENEY HIGGINSON HAYNES I SENT BY 
his FATHEE FEOM ENGLAND TO THIS, | THE ISLAND OF HIS BIETH FOE THE | 
FULFILMENT OF A DUTY ASSIGNED HIM, | HE DIED BY A SUDDEN VISITATION OF 
DIVINE 1 PEOVIDENCE JANUAEY 15''= 1853 | (5 lines) I ^TATIS SUJE XXI. 

He was 2nd sou of Eobert H. of Clifton Hall Plantation and Thimbleby 
Lodge, Yorkshire. 



1312. A brass on the east wall of the nave near the pulpit : — 

Ceest. — A lion rampant Sahle. 

Aems. — Argent, a fess Gules, between three lions rampant Sable, a mullet 
for a difference. 

Motto. — peincipiis obsta. 

TO THE MEMOEY OF | JOHN SHAFE THOENE, | only sueviving son 
OF I John and Eebecca Elizabeth Thoene, | died 7^^= decembee 1814, | aged 

32 YEAES AND 2 MONTHS, | WHOSE EEMAINS LIE INTEEEED | WITH THOSE OF HIS 
kinsmen in I THE FOX VAULT IN THE CHUECHYAED. | THIS TABLET | IS EEECTED 
ACCOEDING TO THE WISH OF | THE LATE MAJOE H. A. T. | BY HIS EXECUTOE. 



1313. Chancel, north wall. White marble on black : — 

IN MEMOEiAM | Eev. WILLIAM LESLIE | fiest eectoe 1G53— 1676 | 

GEANDSON OF FIFTH LATllD OF | KINCEATGIE | AND | GREAT GEEAT GEANDSON BY 
HIS I GEANDMOTHEE OF | JOHN LESLIE j EIGHTH BAEON OF BALQUHAIN. 

Ceest below. — A griffin's head., the wings addorsed. 

MOTTO. — GEIP FAST. 



1314. North wall of chancel. Brass : — 

IN MEMOEY OF | EVAN McGEEGrOE SEALY, M.A. | eectoe of tuts 

PAEISH 1879 — 1904 I CANON AND EUEAL DEAN. | THIS BEASS IS PLACED BY HIS 
BROTHER CLERGY | OF THE DIOCESE. 

As 3rd s. of John S. of B., esq., he matric. from Triii. Coll., Oxf., 19 Jan. 
1861, a. 19; B.A. 1865 ; M.A. 1867 ; Chaplain to the Bishop 1882. (Foster.) 



186 MONtJMENTAL iNSCklPTIOKS IN BARBADOS. 

1315, Brass near by : — 

To THE DEAB MEMORY OF LULU SEALT | WHOSE MUSICAL TALENT WAS A 
EAEE GIFT, ORGANIST OF THIS CHUECH | FEOM JULY 1904 UNTIL HEE DEATH 

JANUAEY 19, 1909, AGED 23 | (1 line.) 

(Dau. of the Eector, who was sou of Sir John S.) 



1316. East window : — 

In memoriam Lucretiae Grittens obiit 14^^' January 1859 setatis suae 67. 

At the top of the window is a shield with these arms : — 

Argent, on a chevron Or, between three lions rampant Gules {facing sinister), 
as many hugle horns; impaling: Gules, on a bend sinister, between six birds 
{facing sinister), a talbofs head. 



1317. West wail of nave, south side of door : — 

THIS MONUMENT | IS INSCRIBED | BY CONJUGAL AFFECTION | TO THE MEMOEY 
OF I A BELOVED WIFE | SAEAH ANN HAYNES | WHO [ (5 lines) j DIED JULY 

30'= 1824 I AGED 27 YEAES | (6 lines ; leaving three young children.) 



1318. South wall of nave, west end of it : — 

SACEED I TO THE MEMOEY | OF THOMAS MILLER ESQ» | WHO DEPAETED THIS 
LIFE I MAY THE 5'= 1801. | IN THE 63^° YEAE OF HIS AGE | (11 lines.) 



1319. IN MEMOEY OF \ CHRISTOPHER HENRY MASSIAH, | who died 

IN THIS PARISH MARCH 18^^= 1872, | AGED 69 YEAES | (4 lines.) 



1320. M. S. I SIR FRANCIS SOUPER BAYLEY, Kn' | of malvern | in 

THIS ISLAND | HE DIED IN THE ISLAND OF PENANG | (OF WHICH HE WAS 
recorder) I ON THE 16^^= OF OCT« 1824, I IN THE 35^^= YEAR OF HIS AGE | 

(2 lines.) 

As 8. of Era. B. of B'os, Esq., matric. from Queen's Coll., Oxf ., 20 Oct. 1808, 
a. 18; B.A. 1812; M.A. 1815. (Foster.) There is a tablet to him on the east 
wall of the south aisle of St. Mary's, Oxford, which gives his birth in B. 19 Dec. 
1789 and death 20 Oct. 



1321. HENRY CHRICHLOW HAYNES ESQ^ | Born 1826 Died July 2^^ 
1854 I Aged 28 years | (4 lines ; erected by brother.) 

? son of Wm. Clarke H. (4th s. of Genl. Robert H.) by Margaret Crichlow 
his wife. 



1322. IN MEMORY I OF | FRANCIS SHORLEY BAYLEY, | of maltern 

ESTATE, ESQ«^ | WHO DIED MARCH THE 9^^ 1808, | AGED 51 YEARS | AND OF | 

SARAH BAYLEY, his wife, | who died june the 6'= 1812, | aged 63 years. 



si:. JoHN^s. Ifed 

1323. ^acrct» to tije memori? of 1 m^^^W WM^^m^% 1^^¥itiES 
i£»(irp I stxtij Son of Uobert antJ ^mt ^Ti^omastne llapuf s ; | of ttjis 

IftlanH. I i»l)0 Uietl August 14tl) 1852 agetl 51 wravft | (4 lines; erected by 
widow and children.) 

B. 10 Sept. 1801. On 8 May 1814 he was entered as a Mid. on board H.M.S. 
Venerable. His father gave him the Bath plantation on 10 Feb. 1835. 



1324. Ceest. — A heron, wings expanded over W. and H. 

Arms. — Quarterly : 1 and 4, Three crescents ; 2 and 3, Two billets in pale. 

Motto. — velis et bemis. 

sacred to the memory of j robert haynes late of this parish 
esquire, i lieut. general of militia | and sometime speaker op the house 

OF ASSEMBLY, BARBADOES | (5 lines) | BORN 27^^^ SEP'' 1769, DIED 18^^ APRIL 

1851 I (3 lines.) 

He left an interesting journal which was privately published in 1910 by the 
Haynes family. He owned Newcastle, Clifton Hall and the Bath. 



1325. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | GEORGE A. DEAN, ESQUIRE, | 
WHO DIED SEPTEMBER 10"^" 1842, | AGED 54 YEARS | (4 lines ; erected by widow.) 



1326. At east end of nave : — 

This tablet | is erected to the memory of | EDMUND HAYNES, 
ESQUIRE, I late of Haynes-field, in this parish | who died at Cheltenham, ] in 
the Kingdom of Great Britain, | in the 66"' year of his age ] It is designed to 
commemorate | his christian exertions | and munificent contributions, | in the 
erection of this sanctuary | after the destruction of the former one | in the 
hurricane of 1831 \ (9 lines ; erected by the Rector and Vestry of his native 
parish.) 

He was the youngest brother of Genl. Robert H., born 9 Feb. 1781 ; mar. in 
1805 Sarah, dau. of Fra. Bell. She died s.p. in North America. He remar. 
11 April 1822 Lucy, dau. of Geo. Reed of Bath, and died 2 May 1846. 



1327. rtt iWemoriam 1 henry francis hart, m.d. i of ashford 

ESTATE IN THIS PARISH ; | BORN 30^^= NOV» 1794, | DIED 9^^= NOT® 1876 j AND | 

MARY PARRIS HART, | wife of the above ; | born 14'= dec'' 1800. | died 
4TH ^jjQ^T 1877. 



Churchyard. 
1328. Mausoleum : — 

the family BURYINO-PLACE of I JOSEPH BRIGGS MAYERS | A NATIVE OF THIS 
ISLAND, AND | FOR MORE THAN FORTY YEARS A RESIDENT | IN THE COLONY OF 

BRITISH GUIANA | (2 lines.) 

On its south side are two panels : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY Ob' | GLADYS | (DAUGHTER OF J. B. MAYERS) | WHO 
DIED IN THIS ISLAND 28™ JANUARY 1900 | AGED 16 YEARS. 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | JOSEPH BRIGGS MAYERS I WHO DIED IN 
LONDON 22*J» DEO" 1906 | AGED 68 YEARS. 



190 MOKUMENTAL iNSCRIP'TlONS IN BARBADOS. 

1329. THO^ I ESTWicK | Died D«'= 12, 1860 | aged 80 | jeaes. 
He was a coloured millwright. (Sexton.) 



1330. On north wall of church : — 

IN I MEMOET I OF I W. GILKES j DIED 1864. 



1331. Ledger:— 

SacreD to Hje iwiemora? | of I William pes. (sic) fentt | boen 

11'= NOV« 1821 I DIED 30™ AUG^'f 1879 I (2 lines; erected by widow.) 



1332. To perpetuate the Memory | of two ever to be lamented Parents | 
FRANCIS and JAN"E BAYLEY 1 The former died October 21^^ 1777 | Aged 
52 Years | The latter November lO*!' 1803 | Aged 68 rears | This Marble is 
infcribed | bv their Son PRANCIS SOUPER BAYLEY | As a Mark of Filial 
Affection | " Sacred to the Memory of | ELIZABETH S. | the Wife of 
INO L. TOPPIN I (5 lines) | (died) on the 26"' Day of July 1820 | Aged 22 | 
(10 lines.) 

1333. SACRED To The Memory | of \ HARRIET | The Beloved Wife of \ 
ALEXANDER CARRINOTON 1 Who Died 2"'^ Oc/ober 1847 \ Aged 27 Years \ 
ALSO I To the Memory of Their Daughter \ ALEXANDRA*] Who Died 
IS"* October 1847 \ Aged 21 Days. 



1334. Mausoleum : — 
GALL . . . 1823. 

1335. Large vault: — 

TO THE MEMOET OF | AGNES ROUS ALLDER | who depaeted this life 
APEiL 13'= 1849 I in the 38'= teae of hee age | (12 lines.) 



1336. Here lyeth TH6MAS POX Sen-" | and his two Wife's | PRUDENCE 
& RACHAEL FOX | two Sons JOHN & WILLIAM two | Daughters SARAH 
& ESTHER four | Grand Children THOMAS, JOSEPH | WILLIAM & 
MARY, WILLIAM i being y« last Aged 27 Years dyed | Sep^r 14'" 1754 | Here 
lyes Interr'd y« Remains of | Capt" WILLIAM FOX | Who chang'd this 
Mortal Life for | Immortality | on y^ 14"' day of Sep'"" 1754 | ^TATIS 
SUtE 27 1 (9 lines.) 

1754, Sept. 15. Will"' Pox Esq'' Cap^ (Burial Register.) 
On another stone at the bottom : — 

HEEEIN I WITH those OF HIS KINSMEN | LIE THE EEMAINS OF | JOHN 

SHAPE THORNE | only sueviving son of | JOHN and REBECCA 
ELIZABETH THORNE I died 7'= dece. 1814 I aged 32 yes. and 2 mo«. 



ST. John's. 191 



1337. White marble :— 



BENEATH THIS MARBLE | LIES THE BODY OF | JOHN LEWIS, ] SON OF THE | 
REV" JAMES LEWIS, | AND REBECCA HIS WIFE ; | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE, i 
ON THE TWENTT-SEYENTH OF APRIL | EIGHTEEN HUNDRED & FORTY-THREE | AGED 
SEYENTY-SEVEN YEARS. 



1338. SACRED I TO THE MEMORY OF | JOHIS' HOTHEESALL ESQUIEE | 

WHO DIED NOVEMBER 22»» | A.D. 1790. | ALSO | WILLIAM PINDEE 

ESQUIEE I WHO DIED 16™ December 1806 | and | anne Isabella | his wife | 

ELDEST DAUGHTER | OF THE ABOYE MENTIONED | JOHN HOTHERSALL | WHO DIED 
IN APRIL 1807 I ALSO | FRANCIS FORD | THE INFANT SON OF THE | REV" JOHN 
HOTHERSALL PINDER | M.A. | AND ANNE BRATHWAITE | HIS WIFE | WHO DIED 
AUGUST THE 14™ | A.D. 1824. 

Wm. p. Avas Chief Justice. See pedigree of Pinder in Jewers' " Wells 
Cathedral M.I.," p. 278. 

1796, Nov. 1. John Hothersall. Aged 80 y^^ (Burial Eegister.) 



1339. Enclosed by iron railing : — 

IN MEMORY OF | GEOEGE A. DEAN ESQ^^ \ who died sept« 10™ 

1842 I AGED 54 YEARS. 



1340. Upright grey marble slab set in masonry : — 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF | the Eev" WILLIAM LAKE PINDEE 
A.M. I Eector of the Parish of S' George, | Who died of fever at Eowans, | on 
the 4"! July 1841 in the | 60"' Year of his Age. | And of | HAEEIET 
WILSON his Wife, j who departed this life j at Easiugton Eectorv, in the 
County of York, | on the 24^'^ of Eebruary 1836. | Aged 52 Tears | SACEED | 
also to the Memory of their Second Son, i CHAELES WILLIAM, Lieu* in 
H.M. 551I' Eegt I who died of fever in Fort William Calcutta, | on the l^'"^ 
Eebruary 1841, | in the 26"' Tear of his Age | And to that of | ELIZABETH 
MAEGAEET | their only Daughter | Wife of Capt" JOHN WILSON | late 
of H.M. 93'' or Sutherland Highlanders | Who died of fever at Eowans, | on the 
26'^ of October 1841 | in the 32*1 Tear of his Age | (4 lines.) 

The Eector was 3rd son of the Hon. Wm. P. His wife, mar. 8 June 1808, 
was a dau. of Dr. Chas. Wilson. 



134L White marble :— 

Here lieth the Body of JAMES PEAT {sic) Son of Doctor | henry pratt 

6 DOROTHY his Wife who Dep^^ | This Life April 23, 1738 Aged 2 Tears & 

7 days | also the Body of HENET PEATT son of the aforesaid | henry & 
DOROTHY who Depe"! this Life September | the 16, 1740 Aged 8 Tears | Also the 
Body of Sarah their Daughte'' who Dep«'' | this life Nove^"' 14, 1740 Aged 5 
hours I Also the Boily of DOEOTHT Wife to the said | HENET PEATT 
who Departed this .... June | the 19''' 1749. 



1342. Modern upright stone : — 

HERE LYETH YE BODY OF | EEEDINANDO PALEOLOGUS [ descended 

FROM YE imperial | LYNE OF YE LAST CHRISTIAN | EMPERORS OF GREECE | 
CHURCHWARDEN OF THIS PARISH | 1655 1656. | VESTRYMAN TWENTYE YEARS | 
DIED OCTOBER 3, 1678. 



.192 MOKTJMEKTAL INSCKIPTIONS IN BAKBADOS. 

There is a gap in the Burial Eegister 1669 — 84, but Schomburgk in 1847 gave 
this entry: "October 3"* 1678, Lieut. Feidinando Paleologus." Also a copy of 
his will, and of the brass in Llandulph in Cornwall to his father Theodore, who 
died 21 Jan. 1636. There is also an account in the "Gent. Mag." for 1843, 
p. 17, and 1847, p. 208. 

1843. Cross :— 

In memory of | SIE JOHN SEALT | K.C.M.G. | 28 years ait^ qeni- or 

BARBADOS, | DIED 13'^= FEB^ 1899 AT THE CLIFF | AGED 91 | (1 line.) 



1344. *JN MEMORY OF | FEANCES ANN, | the beloted wife of ] 

THOMAS KERR, | WHO DIED 28 SEPTEMBER 1854 | AGED 32 YEARS. 

US' MEMORY OF | MAEY ELVIEA, | the beloyed wife of I EEANCIS 
POLLAED CAETEE | who died 23" January 1880 | aged 55 years. 



1345. A. G. D. EEED. | and | M. E. NICCOLLS | 1886. 



1346. WILLIAM H. LEWIS ] and | EOLAND C. TATLOE [ 1838. 



1347. CHEISTOPHEE MASSIAH, I 1818. 



1348. Sacred to the Memory of | ANN HAYNES born March 14^" 1746 | 
married to Col° Eichard Haynes | January 21^* lygg | and died February 25*^ 
1781 I (7 lines.) 

She was his first wife, dau. of Grant Eleoek. 



1349. Mausoleum : — 

Here lies inter Body of SAEAH BELL Daug" | of FEANCIS & 

SAEAH BELL who departed this | Life the 23i of Aug^t 1736 ^ged 26 
Months I Alio the Body of Col. FEANCIS BELL Efq. who | departed this Life 
the 6^'' dav of April 1739 Aged | 57 Years j Alio the Body of FEANCIS fon of 
the above'faid | FEANCIS & SAEAH who departed this Life the | 1&^ of Aug^^ 
1747 Aged 14 Years | Alio the Body of SAEAH Wife of FEANCIS BELL | 
who departed this Life the 14*^' of February 1747 | Aged 38 Years | Here also 
lies the remains | of | The Hon'''*' Francif Bell Efq'' chief Baron of the | 
Exchequer Ob^ Aug^' 1760 Aged 56 Years | Mary, hif Widow afterward Mary 
Clark I Obt Aug^^ 1780 Aged 63 Years j Anna Maria their daughter Ob^ 176*0 
Aged 22 Months | Sarah Henty OV Oct. 1781 | Mary Eliza'"'''' A Daughter of 
Francis Bell | Francif A Son ( Franeef A Daughter | Ann Grant Ob. 178 . 
Aged 67 I Francif Grant Ob. 1790 Aged 36 | Chriftian Ann arant Ob' 1783 
Aged 49 1 Eebecca Sainthiil Ob* 1789 Aged 63. 

1843, Aug. 15. At the residence of his mother, Bedminster, aged 26, Edmund 
Haynes, 3d s. of the late Francis Bell of B. (" a.M.," 442.) 

* Owing to the rocky nature of the soil, most of the tombs are built high out of the 
ground. 



ST. John's. 193 

1350. Broken column, enclosed by railing : — 

HERE LIES I THE M0ETAL REMAINS | OF \ THOMAS JO^ KNIGHT | Who departed 

this life I NOVEMBER 9'^° 1863 | aged 30 years. 



1351. In wall of cliancel. Blue marble fragment : — 

Here lies the Body of I . . ART MAEGARET HUSBANDS | . . e wife of 
JOHN HUSBANDS | . . after of a London Ship & the | . . aughter of 
I'RANCIS and ANN. 



1352. White marble tablet outside south wall of nave : — 

Jrtt l^anOrtcim I ALFRED HOTHERSALL 1 BISHOP, M.A. I BORN SEPTEMBER 
5TH 2822 I DIED AUGUST 1ST 1879 | ^qr the last SIXTEEN TEARS OF HIS LIFE | 

Rector of this parish | (1 line.) 
He was not at Oxford. 



1353. Ditto:— 

WILKINSON HART | born [ November S'^^ 1829 | died ] jult 3«° 1870. 



1354. Ditto:— 

RICHARD HENRY SMITH | born august 31" 1805 | died august 
21«'' 1871. 



1355. Ditto :— 

HOWARD YOUNG SMITH | boen December 29'= 1847 ] died September 
187 . (creeper in way.) 

1356. Headstone: — 

SACRED I to the memory of \ MARY ELIZABETH | Infant Daughter 
of\ William Francis and Mary Elizabeth \ GRONET. \ Born ^'^ August 
1857 I Died Q^^ November 1858 | (3 lines.) 



Burials. 

1669 Aug. 7 Lt Coll. Conset.* 

Gap from 27 Eeb. 1669-70 to 7 Sept. 1684, 1700—16, 1722—33, and 
1800—25. 

1685-6 Jan. 16 Robert Mead Esq". 

1691 Sept. 27 Hon^ Henry Quintyne Esq'. 

1710-11 Mar. 8 Col. John Leslie Esq'. 

The families of Bromley, Colleton, Estwick, Hacket, Hothersall, Pemberton, 
Prideaux, Rous, Sealy, Vaughan and Walrond are often mentioned. 

* He died suddenly, after supping with Col. Chr. Codrington, under suspicious circum- 
stances, some people suggesting poison. Consets plantation passed to the latter. Consets 
Point is close to the College estate. 



194 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

Maeeiages. 

1657 Dec. 25 L* Col. Bayley and Eliza Foster. 

1659 July 28 M'" John Lewes and Ann HothersalL 

1663 Apr. 28 Henry Quintyn and Mary Pilgrim. 

1667-8 Feb. 3 Cap* Eobert Benson and Mary Cheesewright. 

1669 July 25 S"" Tobias Bridge and Eebecca Hothersall. 

1670 Nov. 12 Cap* Arch*! Henderson and Elizabeth Yeamans. 

Gap from 16 Oct. 1672 to 15 Oct. 1682. 

1687-8 Mar. 22 Cap* Henry Gollop & Mary Baldrick. 

Gap from 1672—82, 1700 to 1716. 

1763 Sep. 23 Benj« Mellows Esq' to M'^ garah Estwick Widd. 
1766 Jan. 30 M"" William Pindah to Miss Ann Issabella Hothersall. 



Hatnes Hill Plantation. 

There is here an ancient tomb cut out of the rock, in the face of which has 
been fixed a modem white marble tablet : — 

1357. WITHIN THIS VAULT | AEE INTEEEED THE EEMAINS OF | SAMUEL 
FOETE GENTLEMAN | OBIT 1711 | AND HIS WIFE UESULA, | OBIT 1700 | AND 
MANY MEMBEES OF | THE FOETE FAMILY. 

1700, Sept. . . (between 17 and 26). Ursula wife of M' Sam' Forte. 
1712, April 27. M' Samuel Forte. 



East Hall Plantation. 

1358. Here is a family burial-ground walled in and entered by iron gates. In 
the enclosure is a large vault without name, also a grave railed in. On a square 
of marble is cut: "J. B. M. 1854." On a white marble slab on the top of 
another vault is : — 

Under this Marble is depofited | the remains of ELIZABETH wife | of 
ABEL ALLEYNE CULPEPPEE | who when that contagious diftemper | the 
small Pox was spreading itself | thro' the Island &c. | (26 lines follow). [ De . . t 
efse mortalis Dec. 25*'! | An Atatis 33 Salvtio nostra | 1793. 

St. James'. 
1703 8''" 16 M' AUeyne Culpeper at S* Philips. (Burial.) 

St. John's. 

1748 Mar. 14 M' Alleyne Culpeper. (Burial.) 

1667 Nov. 10 Eeynold Skeete and Marg* Culpepper. 

1772 Aug. 30 John Alleyne Culpeper to Hester Eobinson. 

1781 June 21 Abel Alleyne Culpeper to Miss Eliz** Pollard. 

Eichd. Alleyne, D.D., in his will dated 21 April 1650, says: "£100 to 
Margaret my dau., wife of Wm. Culpeper, to be paid to S"" Cheney C. & D'^ Steed, 



St. JOHN^S. 1^5 

£200 I have secured by lands to them." Sir Cheney C, Knt,, son of Sir Thos. of 
Hollingborne, co. Kent, is entered in the Visitation of Sussex in 1633. He was 
knighted at Farnhatn 8 Sept. 1628. 

Eeynold Alleyn of St. Philip's, Barbados (grandson of the above Kichard). 
Will dated 25 Oct. 1675. M-^ Alleyn Culpepper and Era. C. 



The Society's Chapel. 

1359. In the churchyard is a stone cairn surmounted by a granite cross over 
the grave of : — 

EICHAED EAWLE, BISHOP | PEINCIPAL | OF | CODEINGTON COLLEGE | BOEN 
1811 I DIED 1889. 

1851, Jan. 14. At Cheadle, Staff, the Rev. Eich. Rawle, Principal of 
Codrington coll. in B„ to Susan-Anne, the eldest dau. of J. M. Blagg, esq. of 
Cheadle. (" G-.M.," 421.) 

There are a few graves about, one dated 1888. 



CODEINGTON COLLEGE ChAPEL. 

1360. There is a modern (1888) brass to " Sir* Chr. Codrington" the Founder. 
The person who wrote the inscription has knighted him without authority. 

17 LO, April 8. Coll": Christop"^ Codrington Esq'': late Gen^: of y« Leward 
Islands in Church. (Burial Register of St. Michael's.) 



1361. A brass :— 

IN MEMOET OF | THE EEV'' MAEK NICHOLSON | FOBMEELT A FELLOW OF | 
QUEENS COLLEGE OXFOED | A PEINCIPAL OF THIS COLLEGE | FEOM THE TEAB 
1801 1 TO THE YEAE 1821 | WHO DIED | ON THE 16^= DAY OF JUNE | 1838. 

1838, June 16. At Clifton, aged 68, the Rev. Mark Nicholson, for 25 years 
President of Codrington coll., B. He was the s. of Mr. John N. of Barton in 
Westmorland ; was matriculated of Queens coll. Oxf . in 1790 & graduated B.A. 
1795, M.A. 1797. (" GM.," 223.) Archdeacon Bindley states that Principal 
is an error, and that he was President of the Grrammar School 1798 — 1821. 



There are three brasses against the screen : — 

1362. TO THE MEMOEY OF | EET. WILLIAM THOMAS WEBB, M.A. ( HEAD- 
MASTEE OP THE COLLEGIATE SCHOOL 1850 — 1864 PEINCIPAL 1864 — 1884 | 
AECHDEACON OF GEENADA 1878 — 1884, EUEAL DEAN OF S'^ JOHNS 1879 — 1884 | 
BOEN MARCH 15, 1825, DIED MAY 6, 1896. 

Placed in 1897 by past and present students. 



* Archdeacon Bindley has correcfcai this error in his " Annils." Mr. K. Daruall Davis also 
draw attention to it, but no steps hiva baen take:i t) erase the " Sir" and substitute " Col." 



196 MONTJMEN^AL lKSCtlIPl:iONS IN BA^BADO^. 

1363. TO THE MEMORY OF | THE BIGHT EEVEEEND RICHARD RAWLE, D.D. | 
PRINCIPAL 1847 — 1864 I BISHOP OP TRINIDAD 1872—1888 1 PRINCIPAL OCT. 

1888— MAT 1889. 

Placed in 1891 by public subscription. 



1364. IN MEMORY or I RET. JOHN HOTHERSAL PINDER, M.A. | PRINCIPAL 
1829 — 1835 I AFTERWARDS FIRST PRINCIPAL OF | WELLS THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE ] 
AND CANON OF WELLS CATHEDRAL. | BORN 1794 DIED 1868. 

Griven bv his nephew the Rev. North Finder, E,. of Rotherfield Greys. 
(Bindley.) 



1365. On the brass chandelier : — 

THE GIFT OF M" HENRY PRATT | AND S'^ JOHNS PARISH. 



1366. TO THE MEMORY OF | REV. EDWARD PARRIS SMITH, M.A. | PEMBROKE 
COLLEGE OXFORD | ACTING ASSISTANT MASTER 1822 | TUTOR & HURSAR 1828 TO 
1852 I CURATE OF S'T MARKS AND S"' CATHERINES 1837 TO 1849 | BORN DEC. 
15TH 1803, DIED MARCH 12^^ jgyg. 

As eldest s. of Richard Henry S. o£ B., esq., matric. from Pemb, Coll. 2 June 
1824, a. 20 j B.A. 1828, M.A. 1840. (Foster.) 
This brass was given by his sons -in 1891. 



1367. TO THE MEMORY OF ] THE EIGHT REV. HENRY HUTTON PARRY, D.D. | 
BALLIOL COLLEGE OXFORD | TUTOR OF CODRINGTON COLLEGE 1855 TO 1860 | 
ARCHDEACON OF BARBADOS 1861 TO 1868 | BISHOP COADJUTOR OF BARBADOS 1868 
TO 1876 I BISHOP OF PERTH W.A. 1876 TO 1893. 

As 2d s. ofThos. P., Bishop of Antigua, matric. from Ball. Coll. 29 May 1846, 
a. 19; B.A. 1851, M.A. 1859 ; Chai)lain to the Forces 1860-1 ; D.D. by diploma 
Durham 1876. (Foster.) 

This brass was fixed in 1894 by Principal Bindley and friends. 



1368. On a lozenge : — 
R. N. ob. Dec. 29, 1810. 



1369. On the front of altar :— 

General Sir WILLIAM JOHN CODRINGTON. Born 26 Nov. 1804 
Died 6 Aug. 1884. 

There is also a tablet on the wall ivith inaccurate inscription. 
See " ATinals of Codrington College, 1710 — 1910," by Archdeacon Bindley for 
nfuch relating to past worthies. 



( 197 ) 

St. Ann's Chapel. 



1370. On a tablet :- 



IN MEMORY OF | NATHANIEL T. W. CAERINGTON ] a resident 

PROPRIETOR OF THIS PARISH | WHO DEVOTED MUGH TIME [ TO SUPERINTENDING 
THE BUILDING OF THE CHA.PEL | BORN IN 1801 ; DIED IN 1855 | ALSO IN MEMORY 

OF I CHEISTIAN W. CARRINGTON ] his widow | born in 1815 ; died in 

1883 I THIS TABLET IS ERECTED IN 1890 | BY THEIR SIX SURVIVING CHILDREN | 
IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE. 



1371. Under the east window of the chancel : — 

$n affectionate remembrance of Susan anU IBmme JToscjifiine | ti^e 
jbelobet) totbcfs of Wi* E. Armstrong of ILtttte SslanD St Sosepl), I89i. 



Modern graves and vaults in churchyard. 



There are several other Chapels belonging to the Church, as well as to various 
congregations of Dissenters, but they all date from modern times. 



JEWISH BUEIAL-aEOUND, BRIDGETOWN. 

-This is situated in a central though isolated part of the town around the 
Synagogue. There are hardly any Jews now in the Island, and services, I believe, 
are rarely if ever held, but the Synagogue is in good order, and there is a man 
in charge of the place. Mr. Baeza, a Member of the Assembly, is of the 
Portuguese Jewish faith and one of the Trustees. There were no memorials in the 
Synagogue. 

I commenced copying the inscriptions in the oldest ground, but had not time 
to do more than 100, leaving off at the line of the caretaker's house. There were 
about 160 more in that portion. In the S. and E. divisions, walled off and divided 
by a path, there appeared to be quite another 100. In White's Alley is a later 
ground, opened in the year 1828, which I did not visit. It was a matter for regret 
having to leave the Island with this portion undone, but the various parish 
churches and churchyards occupied most of my time, and it was only towards the 
termination of my visit that I came across the Synagogue. The Secretary of 
the American Jewish Historical Society in New York wrote me on 17 July 1914 : 
" There was a considerable migration from the British W.I. to this country, which 
may explain why the Barbados community has dwindled away almost to the 
vanishing point." 

Mr. T. Colyer-Fergusson has kindly read my MS. and added some notes. 

I have omitted " S^," which heads most of the inscriptions, and " sua alma 
OOZE DA GLORIA," the last line of many of them. Some of the stones have 
Hebrew verses, but as a rule Portuguese is the language used. 

North Portion. 
1372. HERE LYETH Y^ BODY OF | DAVID RAPHAEL DE MERC ADO | 

merchant who DEPARTEDi ] THIS WORLD Y^ 14^^^ OF AUGUST | 1685. 

There are also Portuguese and Jewish inscriptions, all three languages being 
probably used for the same inscription. 

1685. Will of David Ralph or Raphael Mercado, " my bodie to be interred in 
the burying place with my brethren at the beginning of the row," directs that a 



IDs MONtJMEi^TAL iKSCHltTIOi^S IN :BAR^AD0S. 

white marble stone be placed on his grave ; mentions his wife G-race and appoints 
her ex'trix ; nephew David de Isaac de Mercado and his nephew and adopted sonne 
David son of Moses H. de Mercado. In Barbados 21 July 1685. Appeared 
personally 28 Aug. 1685 Aaron Baruh and Isaac Gomes, who were sworn on the 
five books of Moses. Translated from the " Portingall tonge " 31 Aug. 1685. 
Proved 9 Dec. 1685 bv Antonio Louzada of London, merchant, atty to Grace de 
Mercado of Barbados. ' (P.C.C., 153, Cann.) [T. C.-E.] 



1373. DA BEM . AUENTUEADA | ESTER GAON QU . . . . | BECOLLTDA , AS .... | 
POUOS . EM . 21 . DE , . . . Y. I ANO . 5427 . SUA . ALMA | GOZE . DA GLOHYA. 



1374. To ZELA | (5 lines, very worn.) 



1375, DO BEM AVENTVEA I DO YABAO SELOMOI | TINOCO QYE TOY | APANHADO 
ASEVS I P0T08 EM 24 DE | KI8LEYA 5448. 



1376. DA YNCUETADA DONZELA | EAHEL ESTEE HENEIQUES QYE | FALECY EM 
11 DE SEBAT I ANNO 5448. 

1377. DE .... NICOLAY | FALECY | .... 48. 

1378. Broken across, much worn. 



1379. DO BEM . AYENTYEADO | YAEAO DAYID YSEAEL Q | FALECEY EM 21 DE 
TAMY8 I ANNO 5449. 



1380. DO YLYSTEE | YAEAO HONEADO | & 8YBLYME D^ | EPHAIM TeSYEYN | 
HENEEIQUES [ FALECEO EM 19 | E TISET DO ANO | 5450 DA GEIACA | DO MUNDO. 



1381. Do yncurrado Eynsigne | mancebo Abraham de | medina que Eeudeu 
A alma | A sen Criadon em 11 de | Nisan anno 5452. 



1382. DE EIBCAH FILHA D | AB «fe JAEL YALYEEDE | FALECEO EM 22 D 
MENAID 11 Ao 5447. 



1383. DE MOSE F° DE loSEPK ] MENDES FALE8EY | EM 12 (flaked) NAHEM | 
A« 



1384. DE MOSEH HAMI8 FALESEO i EM 10 DE NISAN 5440. 



1385. D ABBAHAM YDANA F° | D YACOB YDANA QYE | PAETYY DESTE MYNDO 
EN 21 D HE8YAN 5439. 



JEWISH BURIAL-GROUND, BRIDGETOWN. 199 

1386. DA INCUETADAD EsTEP [ MENDES FiLHAT) loSEPH ] MENDES QUE N . . . . 

Foi I Seevido Eecol HEP Em 1 12 D TAMrs . D 5440. 



1387. D SABAH ESTER PEE*^ | D LEAO M» DE MOSEH | PEE* D LEAO QYE 

faleceo I em 16 b elvl 5438. 



1388. DA BEM ATENTVEADA | SAEAH SIMHA . ISEAEL I DE PIZA QYE FOTAPA- 
•NHADO . ASEOS POTOS I EM . 7 DE . TAMVS . A** : 5438. 



1389. Flaked and illegible. 



1390. DE YOSIVAHV REPHAEL | EILHO DE DAVID CASTE | LLO . QTE FOT DEY8 

SEE I TiDO LEVALO PEBA SI | EM 16 DE VEADAE ANO | 5459 | (3 Hebrew lines.) 



1391. DE YACOB FILLO DE | JOSEPH . EIAEL . YSYEYN | MENDES FALESEY j EN 
27 DE TAMVZ 5436. 



1392. DE SABAH GABAY | BISSON FALECEY EM | 13 DE NESAN 5432. 



1393. DO BEN . AYENTYEADO | ENCUETADO DEDIAS | ISHAK GABAY BISSON | 
QYE FALECEO EM 15 | DE NISAN ANNO 54 . . | (flaked.) 



Three smaller stones to children, inscription left on only one : — 

1394. DE MOSEH F . . HO DE | AB & JAEL YALYEED . . | FALECEO EM . . . . | 
TISEY AP 5 . . . 



1395. DE HANAH . . . lOSEPH | SENIOR FALESEO EM | DE TEBET 5440. 



1396. DO . EMCYETADO . AEON | DE MEECADO . . QYE | FAIE . 8E0 . EM . 9 . 
DE . ADx\E I 5420. 

The 3rd row commences here, and consists of sixteen stones. 

1397. DO BEM AYENTYEADO | DE YACOB ABBAHAM | LEYEEEZIO | QYE TOY 
APANHADO I SEYS POYOS EM | 21 DE ADAE SENI | ANNO 5421. 



1398. DO BEM . AYENTYEADO | DE YSHACK | LEYY | EEZIO ] FALECEY | EM 
16 DE ADAE 5427. 



1399. DO YNCYETADO YIETYOZO | EMANSO COEDEIEO | ABRAHAM LOPES 
PEREIRA I QYE TOY APANHADO ASEYS POYOS | EM 19 DESEBAT ( ANNO 5431 | 

(and long Hebrew inscription.) 



200 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1400. DO BEM . AYEIs'TVKADO | DE MOSSEH HATM | NAHAMTAS QTE EOT | DEOS 
SEETIDO I EECOLLEIO ASEOS | POTOS EM 28 DE ELVL | 5432. 



1401. DO BEM . AA^ENTYEADO | DOVTOE ABEAHAM | HENETQVEZ ELO EES | QVE 
rOI APANHADO | ASEVS POVOS EM 3 | DE SEBAT ANNO | 5433. 



1402. Broken slab. Around the edge framewise : — 

.... N & ESTEE LOtrZADA WHO DIED JAN^ . . 21. 

And in the centre : — 

Israel \ Filho | . . 5502. 

1681, Aug. 9. Petition of Aaron Baruch Lanzade (sic) and others on behalf 
of the Jews as to the use of the Courts for their protection as traders. Minutes 
of Council of Barbadoes. (Col. Cal. of State Papers, p. 99.) 

Some of the Lousadas migrated to Jamaica. Aron Louzada of L., merchant. 
Will dated 28 April 1768. (321, Seeker.) " To my cousin Aron Baruch Louzada 
of Barbados & his brother Jeremy Baruch Louzada £50 apiece, & to the children 
of their late brother David Baruch Louzada £50." The family vault was in the 
burial-ground of the Portuguese Jews at Mile End. The late J. B. Lousada of 
Ascot told me that his family at one time owned much property in Jamaica. He 
died at Worthing in 190 ., aged about 92. His wife Sarah, dau. of Isaac, Duke 
de Losada, died at Ascot about 1909, aged 90 or more. A younger brother, 
Capt. S. C. Lousada, died at Cheltenham, and a sister, Mrs. Bacon, died June 
1913, aged 102. 



1403. Broken in two pieces : — 

.... (missing) teado . d | moseh .... deleon | ealecev em 26 de adae | 
ANNO 5 (flaked) 35. 



1404. DO BEM . AVENTVEADO E | TIETUOSO VAEAO DAVID | lESUEUN MENDES 
QUE FOI I APANHADO ASEUS POVOS j DE HIDADE DE 90 ANN OS | EM 5 DE NISAN 
ANNO 5435. 



1405. Very worn: — 

- DO BEM AVENTVEADO | DAVID T^ DIAS | FALESEV .... | 2 NIS . . | 5436. 



1406. iDscription worn away. 



1407. DE MOSEH BAEVH | LOIZADA FALECEV | EM 9 ELVL | A 5437. 



1408. DO BEM . AVENTVEADO | TeHOSVAH HATATApO | EM . 7 DE . ELVL . AP 

5438. 



1409. DA . BEM . AVENTVEADA | SAEAH . MVLHEE . DE | TEHOSVAH . HATATA . 
po I EM . 27 . DE TAMVZ A^ | 5439. 



JEWISH BURIAL-GROUND, BRIDGETOWN. 201 

1410. Broken across : — 

DA . BEM .AYENTVEADA | EI . A PACHEQO QYE | FALECET . EM . 10 DE AB j 
A« 5441. 



1411. DO BEM AVENTVEADO DE | YACOB PACHECO QUE FALECEO | EM 28 DE 
ADAB BISON 5442. 



1412. In wall :— 

DO BEM . AYENTYEADA | HANAH ALYAEES j FALECEO EM 17 YEAE | 546 



1413. DE BACHEL FILHA DE | lOSEPH EJAEL YESYEYM [ MENDES FALECEY EM 

28 I . . YiAE Ao 5446. 



1414. Small stone : — 

De Yshac Filho | Jacob E Eibcah Ba- | -rub Louzada que | faleceo em 2 
DEADAE I A" 5446. 

1415. Small stone : — 

De Eliau filho de [ Jacob E Eibcah | Baruh Louzada | que faleceo em | 21 
DE SEBAT 5451. 



1416. DE ABRAHAM FILHO | DE lOSEPH EJAEL | lESrEUM MENDES | FALESEO 
EM 22 DE I HESUAN 5445. 

1417. DE MOSE FILHO | DE lOSEPH EJAEL | lESYEYM MENDES | FALESEO EM 
5 DE I KISLEY 5442. 



1418. DE DAVID FILLO DE | JOSEPH EJAEL T*YEYN | MENDES QYE FOY 
EECOLLIDO A SEY | ORIADOB OYLTIMO [ DIADEPESAH DO ANNO | 5440. 



1419. DO YNCYRTADO | E YIETVOSO MANCEBO j SELOMOH EODEIGYES | SOAEEZ 
QYE FOY I EECOLLIDO AMILLOE | MYNDO EM 2 DE SIYAN | ANN° 5440. 



1420. DA BEM AYENTYEADA | DE DYNAH PACHECO | QYE EOT APANHADA | ASEYS 
POYOS EM 14 I DE NISAN DE 5441. 



1421. DO BEM AYENTYEADO | DE AAEON HAYAEEO | QYE FALECEO EM 23 | DE 
YLYE A° 5445. 



1422. Very large and deep lettering: — 

Da Bern aven- | turada vertu- | oza mulher de | Fonfado Eahael [ namia qve 
foy I defcanf . r afeos i Poyos Em 22 de | Eofhodes yhill | Anno 5444. 



1423. DA BEM AYE . . . . | TYEADA HA .... (or EA) | CAEDOSO QYE , , . . | F . . 

ECEY . . . . I DE HESYAN 5449 (Fyear). 



Hole in stone. 

D D 



202 MONTJME^'TAL I^'SCK3PTT0NS IN BARBADOS. 

1424. DO ENCTETADO DE ABEAHAM | DE TSHAC TSEAEL DE PIZA | TALECET EM 

23 DE NiSAK I Anno 5466. 



A fifth row commences here : — 

1425. DE TSIIAC DO I TALE EA^ EM | 20 ADAH 5452. 



1426. Plaked away. 



1427. DE ESTEE . ODEi | QYE EALECEV | EM 11 TAN . TS . . | 5451. (Indistinct.) 

1428. Flaked away. 

1429. DEL BIEN AYIENTYEADO j E YIETYOZO IsHAG DE | DAYID DA SILYA Q'' | 
EECOLLEO DEYS PAEA SYA | GLOEIA EM 17 DE TANZ | 5452 QYI | CONEESPONDE 

A 26 DE I Iylho. 

Below in a sunk square is an arm chopping a tree through the trunk. This 
occurs frequently later. 

1430. Very large lettering : — 
ESTEE DE I CASERES 2 | AB 45. 



1431. DA BEM AYENTYEADA | JUDICA ISEAEL DTAS F j EM 3 DE TEBET | A*^ 

5451. 



1432. do ENCUETADO DE ABEAHAM | aeon F^ DE JOSEPH MENDES I QYE FOT 
DS SEEYIDO EECOLHEE | ASEOS POYOS EM 8 DE TISET A^ | 5452. 



1433. Lettering raised instead of incised: — 

(6 Hebrew lines above) ] do bem ayentyeado | paodiel abudiekte* | qve 
FALESEO em 27 DE | AB 5451 EM BABBADAS | (skull and ciofsbones below). 



1434. DO BEM AYENTYEADO SeLO | MOH E MEDINA 9 FOI DS | SEEYIDO 
EECOLHEE ASEOS | QYOS EM 24 DE DESYAN | A** 5452. 



1435. Eleven Hebrew lines above : — 

Do Bem aventurado & Temerozo | De Dos°'" Abraham Abudente* que | De 84 
annos palsoudesta Vida a | Da gloria Etterna Em 4 Tamuz | 5457 | Gonrresponde 
a Conta | Vulgar com 3 Julho | 1697. 



1436. DA YEETYOZA & HONESTA | EACHEL MOTHEE QYI FOT | DE ABEAHAM 
ABYDIENTE* [ Q FALLECEY EM 22 HESYAN | A^ 5456 | Q CONEESPONDE COM 21 | 

S'^'o 1695. 

* The Hebrew name of Gideon. See under Baron Eardley in Burke's " Extinct Peerage." 
(T. C.-F.) 



JEWISH BURIAL-GROUND, BRlDQEtOWN. 203 



1437. Only two lines, but worn : — 
JUD . . H . . . . 



1438. Much worn. A" . 452 is legible. 



1439. DA BEM AVENTVBADA | ABIGAIL DA FOJfSECA | MEZA Y° EM 19 TYAE | 

A" 5452. 



1440. DO BEM AVENTVBADO | S°^ JAHACOB MASSIAH | FALLECEY | EM 11 DE 

lEBE (crack) A" 5453. 



1441. DA BEM ATEJfTVEADA | S'* DEBOKAH MASSIAH | FALLECEV [ EM 6 DE 
ADAEDO A° 5453. 



1442. Several cracks : — 

Da Bern aventurada | Virtuoza Dona Rachel | Idanha Que foy Ds | servido 
Eecoliier aseos | Povos em 7 de Sivau j de 5453 a Que Cor- j -responde a Pr°: de 
Junio I de 1693 a. 



1443. Hebrew inscription in wall. 

A sixth row commences here. 

1444. Cracked : — 

D . PEM AA^ENTVEADO DE | JOSEPH 8ENI0E SABAIYA | QVE FOI APANHADO 
ASEOS I POVOS EM . 26 DE | MENAHEM A^ | 5454. 



1445. DABEM AVENTVEADO | TAEL SEEAT!fA . FALLECEV | EM 7 DE TISEI A^ 5455. 



1446. Do Bern aventurado de | Abraham de Leao fillio | de Mosseh Perreira 
de Leao^ j q foy Ds Servido Recol- | -ler a Seos Povos em 6 de | Hesvan ano 5453 
q Cor- I -responde a 6 de Octubro | 1692. 



1447. Do bem aventurado de Isaque | Mciidez fillo de Josseph Mendez | que 
foy D^ servido recoller naflbr | de sua Made p" PJantarlo em . an (crack) | Eden 
Lugar dos J . . . . Evir- | -tuosos adonde su . muita | Gloria supra a . . alta de 
sua I Idade fallesco em 7 de Tebet j 5456 que corresponde a 3 de | Dec'"° 1696 a. 

Around the sides and top runs : — 

HERE LYETH INTEREED THE BODY OF ISAAC MENDEZ SON OF | JOSEPH MENDEZ 
WHO DEPAETED THIS LIFE ON THE 30 DECEMBEE AGED XXI VEAEES. 



1448. Do BEM AVENTUEADO | YsUAK DE MeZA QUE ] FALECEO EM 21 DE 

Hesuan I 5457. 



204 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 

1449. De Daniel Filho | De Simiion E Saba | Massiah q faleceo | Em 29 
de Tebet | 5466. 

1450. Skull and crossboiies below : — 

DO BEM . AVENTYEA- | DO DAVID CHILLAO | QVE FALECEV EM 14 I DE TEBET 

A" 5458. 



1451, Da Virtvoza Donzela [ sarah filha de manvel | iseael dias 
faleceo em | 5 de adab bison 5464. 



1452. Much flaked :— 
Burgos I I 5467. 

1453. Under a tree, much flaked. 



1454. Da S''^ Eachell de Meza | Que falleceu Sendo VV | dos"': Ishak de Meza 
em I 17 Nissan 5459. 



1455. Da bem Aventurada Evertiiosa | Molher de fonsado A S'* Ribca | Letob 
Aqual Recolheu os^ | Deus para millor Mundo | faleseu Em 22 de Sivan 5463 | 
que Comresponde a 27 de ] Mayo Anno 1703 Que sua | Benclita alma goze da 
devina | gloria. 



1456. Flaked 



away. 



1457. Da bem Aventurada de | Sarah Mulher de Danell J . osuah | de Leao 
que foy D. S . . . . | Eecolh . . seos Povos em . . . . | Tebet 5456 que Conresponde j 
a 19 Decern^''" 1695 Emais ascos | pez .... Enterada humn sua | C . . ea (p uome 
Rahell que faleseu | Em 30 de Sebar 5456 Seos | Seija perda de j Se pacado. 



1458. Da . BEM . aa'Entrada | Jveneeable Vella S**^ | Ribca Mtller q« 
PoY Dos« I Dayid Ylloa q*^ D^ TEMq Foy | D^ Seeyido Kecoller Dest* | 
May Myndo P-*^ Oytro | Mellob Em 23 de ]{oshodes | Nisan 5470-q'' 

CONRES PONDE | Em 11 DE-AbRILL 1709. 



1459. Skull and crossbones below : — 

Do bem aventurado MoSseh | Halm Coutinho que faleceo em 10 | de Sivan 
5i^(3 que Corresponde, a 12 | Mayo 1706, Sy. 



1460. Below is an arm out of clouds chopping down a tree : — 

Da Bern Aventurada Honesta \ Devota E Caritatioa Donha Sarah \ Abigail 
Mendes Mulher quefoi/ \ da Mosseh de Se/omoh Mendes \ quefoj/ arrehatada desta 
para \ melhor vida na Jlor de sua idade \ Em 27 Adar 5474 que Corresponde | 
a 3 Marco 17-lf | (7 Hebrew lines follow). 



1461. Flaked 



away. 



JEWISH BTTRIAL-GROUND, BRIDGETOWN. 205 

1462. A slab illegible, partly buried, to " SAKA." 



1463. Do Y . . VETADO EviBTVOzo I Mancebo a . . . . AIM BvEGOs (? Aaron 
Haim) | 2 Foiapats^a .... vos | em dia de btoto de . , . . an | A<> 5 . 6 . 



1464. Da bem aventuratla de | bem Venida Gomes Hen- | -riques Vinua de 
Isaque | GtOmes Henriques que | faleceo Em 31 de Agosto | 1701 que Corres- 
poude I a 6 de Elul 5461. 



1465. De bem Aventurada onesta | Evertuoza Ester Antunes que | faleseu de 
ydade de 84 annos | em 16 de Sebat do Anno 5463 | da Criacao do mundo que 
Com- (sic) I -responde em 22 Janeiro 170f . 



1466. DO BEM . AVENTUBADO & TEMEEOZO | DE D^ 0S°" JOSEPH JESSUEUN 
MENDEZ I QUE FALLECEV DE 83 ANNOS FUNDOU A | EZNOGA DE NIDHE ISEAEL A 
DEFENDEU j & PEOTE.TEU ATE SUA JAZIDA COM SEUS | PAES QUE FOT EM 15 

TEBETT 5460 I Here is Buried the body of j M"^ LEWIS 1)1 AS who was beloved | 
Eespected by all men in his time | he died on the 27''' of December A" | 1699 
Being 83 yeares of age. 



1467. Above is a cupid's head : — 

DAMALLOGEADA ViETVozA | Etemeeoza mulher as""* El'ter | mulher de Mofeh 
EfpinozA i que for nolo lenhor Servido | chamar para Si era 24 de | tamus 5470 
que correlpon^* j a 8 de lullio 1710. 



1468. Da Bem Aventurada | Yvirtuoza de Liina Mulher ] De Jacob Feanco 
Nunes I que foy deos Servido | Eecolher para Sy em 6 | De Yiar 5466 | que 
Comresponde A 9 | De Abril 1706. 



1469. Do Bem . aventurado & | Caritatvo iahacob | feanco nunes que foy | 
Deos fer vido recolher para | I'ua Santa Grloria em Sabat | 8 Hefvan 5487 de 
Annos | 80. 

Around the sides and top runs : — 

Here Lyetli Interred the Body of the Pious and Charitable | m" jacob feanco 
nunes, of Barbadoes Merch^ | who departed this life on the 8'*' of HelVan 5487 of 
ye Creation | of y<^ woeld, which is y^ 22*^ of October 1726 Aged | 80 Years. 



1470. Da bem aventurada Evirtuoza | Ribcah Mulher de Jacob Baruh | 
Louzada que foy Deos servida | Recolher a Milhor Mundo | flor de sua Ydade 
em 24 | Menahem Anno 5457 que | Corresponde a primeiro de | Agosto 1697. 



To the south of this are six stones to valveede, and several to massiah, 
touching the house. 

1471. Do B. A. De AARON BARUH | LOUZADA que foy D^ Servido | 
Recolher p* sy em 5*: f*: 6 de | Nifan 5528 que Correlponde | 24 Marco 1768 de 
Idade de j 64 Annos 11 Mezes and 20 Dias. 



•206 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 



1472. Da Bemaventurada y \ Virtuoza Pia y Devota \ Ester Sarah Mulher 
que I Foy de AJiaron Baruh \ Louzada F° em 26 Hes- \ -van A" 5505, Coresponde \ 
a 20 de Outubre 1744 da \ Ydade de 36 Anos y 1 \ Mezes. 

Around the sides and top runs : — 

HEEE LYETH INTEEKD T'* BODY OF Y^ CHAEITABLE | ESTER SAEAH LATE WIFE 
OF AAEON BAEUH LOUZADA | WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 20 OF OCT» 1744! 
AGED 36 Y. & 7 MON». 

Aaron and Ester Baruh- Louzada. They are the progenitors of the Lousada 
family now settled in England. Erancis Clifford Duke de Losada y Lousada, 
Comm. E.N., represents the senior branch. Ester Baruh Lousada was the 
daughter ot Aaron Latnego (died 1747) of Jamaica, who late in life came to 
England, and lies buried in the old Portuguese Jewish Cemetery at Mile End 
behind the Beth Holim. 

The Lousadas married into the principal families of the Sephardi community 
such as the Lopes, Ximenes, Francois, Aguilars, Lopes Pereiras, Barrows, 
Mocattas, Mendes da Costas, etc., and played a prominent part in communal 
affairs, but now there are very few of the family left in the community. 

I cannot recall Barbados being mentioned on the stones at Mile End (I have 
only worked at the more modern burial-ground the Beth Haim, a short distance 
from the ancient ground at the Beth Holim), excepting one to Judith Monteliore, 
wife of Eleazar Montefiore. She is described as a " Native of Barbadoes," and 
died 13 May L83(>. She was a dau. of Jacob Joseph Levi, he an uncle of 
Sir Moses Montefiore, She was a connection of the Barrows, another Barbados 
family. [T. C.-E.] 



STEPNEY, CO. MIDDLESEX. 

In the burial-ground of the Portuguese Jews on the north side of Mile End 
Road : — 

Abraham Hisquian Grabay Isidro, Rabbi of the congregation at Barbadoes, 
1755. (Lysons' " Environs of London," iii., 478.) 



A" 1680. LIST OF THE JEWS IN ST. MICHAEL'S TOWN. 
(Hotten, 449.) 





P'sons. 


Slaves. 


P 


'sous. 


Slaves. 


Isack Abof 


2 


1 


Abraham Costauio 


2 


6 


Gabriell Antunes 


2 


4 


Samuell Dechavis 


2 


4 


Abraham Burges Aron 


2 


2 


M'» Leah Decompas 


3 


1 


Moses Arrobas 


4 


2 


David Ralph Demereado 


. 3 


11 


Sarah Atkins 


1 


- 


Moses Desavido 


5 


3 


Abraham Barruch 


3 


3 


Paul Devrede 


2 


3 


Aron Barruch 


5 


5 


Lewis Dias 


6 


8 


Kebecah Barruch 


1 


1 


Isaac G-omez 


3 


2 


Daniell Boyua 


3 


11 


Moses Hamias* 


2 


1 


Rachel 1 Burges 


6 


2 


David Israeli 


5 


3 


Soloman Cordoza 


3 


2 


Judith Israeli 


2 


- 



Perhaps this should be " Namias." 



JEWISH BUmAL-GROUND, BRIDGETOWN. 



207 





P'sons. 


Slaves 




P'sons. 


Slaves, 


Abraham Lopes 


2 


1 


Mordecah Palache 


1 


_ 


Eliah Lopez 


5 


2 


Isaac Perera 


6 


3 


Eaehell Lopez 


4 


1 


Isaac Perera 


2 


4 


Leah Medinah 


7 


_ 


Jacob Preet 


1 


1 


Moses Mercado 


5 


2 


Abraham Qay 


2 


2 


Isack Meza 


3 


4 


Judith Risson 


4 


2 


David Namias 


9 


5 


Anthony Eodrigus 


3 


10 


Samuell Navarro 


4 


1 


Mordecah Sarah 


4 


1 


Aron Navaro 


7 


11 


Joseph Senior 


3 


4 


Judith Navaro 


2 


1 


Jaell Serano 


1 


5 


Hester Noy 


2 


_ 


Hester Bar Simon 


5 


1 


Isace Noy 


6 


2 


Abraham Sousa 


2 


2 


Jacob Franco Nunes 


4 


1 


David Swaris 


5 


2 


Abraham Obediente 


2 


2 


Judieah Torez 


2 


2 


Jacob Pacheco 


5 


4 


Jacob Conseco Vale 


5 


4 


Eebecah Pacheco 


2 


4 


Abr. Valverde 


2 


4 






ADDENDA. 







BRIGHTON PLANTATION, ST. GEORGE'S. 

Mr. "W. H. Trollope writes that when last year (1914) in Barbadoes he was 
shewn an early tombstone with inscription and coat of arms to a Wiltshire iu a 
summer-house on this estate, Mr. Lawrie Pile's. 

The attention of the Editor was not drawn to this during his visit. According 
to the Report on Historic Sites the date 1652 is on a beam in this house, which 
was the seat of the AViltshires, and a tomb near by probably belonged to them. 
It was not noted in the official list of tombs on plantations. 



Ensign Henry Bradshaw of the parish of St. Peter, Barbadoes, gent. Will 
dated 29 March 1664. To my wife Jane 23| acres. A silver boule of £5 for the 
communion table of St. Peter and a sermon to be preached on 10 April. My 
brother Lieut. Tho. Bradshaw of Rochdale, Lancashire. My father Col. John B. 
of the said county, Esq. My brother George. My friend M'" John B. of 
St. Philip 500 lbs. of sugar. Deposition of John Bradshaw, aged 50, 6 Nov. 1665. 
(Barbados Records, vol. i., 40.) 

John Bradshaw, the regicide and former President, died 22 Nov. 1659 
(Chester's " Registers of Westminster Abbey "). It has been stated that his son 
James removed his body to Jamaica, and buried it on a hill near Martha Brae. 
James had two patents for land of 250 acres and 650 acres surveyed in 1688, but 
this was 28 years later. 



( 209 ) 



INDEX NOMINUM, 



Surnames in italic denote the Arms are given. 



A . . . ., E. M., 80. 

A . . . ., J. W., 148. 

Abel. Christian, 138 ; Jane. 138. 

Abot Isack, 206. 

Abndiente (Abudente, Obediente), Abraham, 

202 (2). 207 ; Pagdiel, 202 ; Rachel, 202. 
Ackroyd, George, (w. 

Adams (Addams). James Elliot. 29 ; John, 14 ; 
Margaret. 29 (2) ; Marv, 29, 1 11 (2) ; Sam- 
veil, 1 1 1 (2) ; Thomas, 29 (2). 
Agard, Constance Louise, 151 ; Emma L. M., 

151 ; Joseph W., 151. 
Aguilar, — , 206. 
Aikman, Alex., 75. 

Alder (Allder), Agnes Rous, 190 ; Charlotte 
Eliz., 80 ; C. H.. 68 ; I. C, 78 ; John C, 80 ; 
John Richard, 80 ; Sam. Brock, 92 ; W. H., 78. 
Alkins, George, 57 ; John Haynes, 57. 
Allamby, Wm., 177. 

Allen, Damaris, 10 ; Eliz. Adamson, 41 ; Eliz. 
Ashby, 41 ; H. T.. 18 ; John, 41 ; Phillip, 10 ; 
Tamasin, 10 ; Wm. Ar., 41. 
Allnjne, 113, 127. 136, 137, 170. 
Alleyne, Anne VValrond, 163: Benjamin, 91, 
106 ; Charles Thomas, 136 (2) ; Christian, 21, 
127, 136. 137; Eliz., 113; Eliz. Gibbes, 142 
(2); Eliz. Reynolds, 123; Forster M., 38; 
Georgeana, 91, 92 ; Geo. Henry, 160 ; Henry, 
136 (2). 141 ; Jane, 38; John, 91, 92. 163; 
John Forster, 136, 142 (2); John Gay. 142 ; 
Sir John Gay, 113, 136, 138 ; John Gay New- 
ton, 38 ; Judith, 113 ; Kate Annie, 163 ; Mar- 
garet, 194 ; Mary, 21, 142. 168 : Mercy, 137 ; 
Rebecca, 170 ; Reynold. 21,113, 127, 168, 194; 
Sir Reynold Abel, 169. 170; Richard, 194; 
S. A., 182; S. M., 182; Sam. Maynard, 79, 
175, 182 : Sarah Ann, 79 ; Sarah Martindale, 
92; Tho., 113; Timothy, 21; Wm. Gibbes, 
137; —,113, 136. 
Allinson, Frances Eliz., 158 ; Rev. Thos., 158. 
Almy, Bridget, 40 (2) ; Job, 40 (2) ; Major, 40 ; 

Peleg, 40 (2). 
Alvares, Hanah, 201. 
Ames, Sam. Brewster, 116. 
Amwyl, Lt.-CoL, 12 ; Senhouse, 12. 
Amy, Adelaide Montgomery, 98. 
Anderson, Alexander, 129 (2). 
Andrews, Thomazin, 27 ; Wardall, 27. 
Anton, Mary Sarah Lake, 46. 
Antunes, Ester, 205 ; Gabriell, 206, 
Applewhaite, Eliz., 125, 130 ; John, 125, LSO ; 
Miss, 175 ; Mrs., 130 ; Susanna, 130 ; Thomas, 
125, 130 (2). 
Applewhite, Frances, 126. 



Archdall, J., 93. 

Archer, Ann, 163 ; John. 163, 172 ; Joseph A., 
49 ; Mary, 73 ; Mary Edward, 172 ; Sarah 
Elliott, 172 ; William, 151 ; Wm. A., 75. 

Armstrong, Eliz. Leslie, 80 ; Eliz. Martindale, 
80 ; Emme Josephine, 197 ; George, 67 ; Pru- 
dence A., 65 ; Susan, 197 ; Thos. Gent., 148 ; 
W. T., 197. 
I Arnold, Wm., 156. 
! Aron, Abraham Burges, 206. 
I Arrobas, Moses, 206. 
j Arthur, Joseph Inniss, 77 ; Sam. Brandf ord, 77. 

Ashby. Alexander, 129 (2) ; Eliz., 39 ; Geo. 
Jonothan, 39,; John, 39 ; Mary, 129 ; Mary 
Louise, 129 ; Sarah Eliz., 129. 

Asliehurst. 115. 

Ashehurst, Benjamin, 115 ; John, 115 ; Magda- 
len, 115. 

Ashmead. C, 25. 

Astley (Astle), Francis Wm., 95, 105. 

Atkins, Frances, 7, 8 ; J. W., 85'; Sir Jonathan, 
7, 8 ; Sarah, 206. 

Attor, Nathan liddon, 87. 

Atwell, Ambrose, 116. 

Atwood, Hen. Sacheveral Smith, 80 ; John, 80. 

Austin, Brucie Inniss, 90 ; Helen J., 90 ; James 
D., 90 ; John, 19 ; Lsetitia, 19. 

Aynsworth, 162. 

Aynsworth, Eliz., 162 ; James, 162. 

Ayshford, Anthony, 180; Damaris, 180; Mary 
Ann, 180 (2) ; Robert, 180 (3). 



B 



B E., 166. 

B J., 167 (2). 

B , R., 66. 

B , Richard. 86. 

B , W., 76. 

Babb, Benjamin, 171 ; Margery, 171. 

Baber, James, 165 (2) ; Mary Anne, 165 ; Wal- 
ter, 85. 

Bacon. Mrs., 200, 

Badcock, George. 38 (2), 

Baeza, Mr., 197, 

Bailey, Mary. 81. 

Baker, F. B.,'l5 ; John, 161. 

Baldrick, Mary, 194, 

Ball, Mary, 21 ; —,21. 

Balquhain, John Leslie, Baron of, 180 ; see 
also Leslie. 

Balston, see Ralston. 

Bamfield. Elizabeth, 63. 

Bannis, Eliz. Dove, 37 ; Wm. Gaskin, 37. 

Jiarbados, 23. 



E E 



210 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 



Barker, A., 129 ; Anthony. 129 : Frances Maria, 

129; I. A., 129; Mrs., 129; Rebecca, 129; 

Thomas, 129 ; Thos. Drake, 129. 
Barnes, Emeline, 77 ; Mary, 77 ; Rich. Alfred, 

77 ; Rich. C, 77. 
Barrett, Martha, 9 ; Miss, 9 ; Eichard, 9 (2) ; 

Susan, 9 (2). 
Barrow, Ann Thomasine, 11: Frances. 12; 

George, 11; J., 12: John, 11 (2); Joseph 

Barker, 11, 45 ; Joseph H., 12 ; Mary Kathe- 

rine, 12; Nath., 11 ; Beg, E., 84 ; Sam., 11 ; 

Sarah Ann, 11: Senhouse, 12; Susan. 11; 

T. H., 12; —,206. 
Bartlett, W. D., 25. 
Bartrum, Alfred. 16 ; Ellen Pringle, 16; Mary 

Abel, 16. 
Baruh (Barruch), Aaron, 198, 206 ; Abraham, 

206 ; Rebecah, 206. n^ 
Barwick, Barwick. 3 ; Jane, 3 ; Samuel, 135 

(2) ; William, 135. 
Bascom, Agnes C. H., 48 ; Caroline Francis, 48 ; 

Edward, 133; Edward Daniel. 133; George 

Wm., 133 ; GrifBn, 132, 178 ; James, 178 ; 

James Sarsfield, 48 ; Joseph Strangham, 48 ; 

Joseph Wm., 48 ; Mary, 178 ; Mary Christian, 

133 ; Sarah, 132 (2) ; Wilhelmina, 85. 
Batenburg, Abraham Jacob van Imbyzevan, 52. 
Battersby, E., 98. 

Battyn, Eliz., 123 ; John, 123 ; Wm. Rees, 123. 
Baumgarten, Charlotte Caroline, 150. 
Bawdon, Sir John, 117. 
Bayard (Bayeard), Tryon, 8. 
Bayley, Eliza, 194; Francis, 139, 188, 190; 

Francis G., 139 ; Francis Shorley, 188 ; Fran- 
cis Souper, 188, 190 ; Haynes Gibbs, 139 ; 

Jane, 190; Joseph, 139 (3); Lt.-Col., 194; 

Sarah, 188 ; Sarah Frances, 139 ; Susan, 139. 
Bayn, 44. 
Bayne (Bayn), Alexr., 44 ; Ann, 44 (3) ; Charles, 

44 ; Eliza, 118 ; James, 118; Lachlan. 44 (2) ; 

Milborow, 44; Peter, 118; Richard, 162; 

S. E., 100; Wm. Alfred, 118. 
Beale, Wm., 87. 
Beckles, 20. 
Beckles, Edward Hyndman, 20 ; Eliz., 20 ; 

Henry, 20 ; John, 20 ; John Alleyne, 20 (2) ; 

Robert, 20 (2), 51 ; Susanna, 20, 51 ; Thomas, 

20 (2), 51 ; — , 20. 
Beckwith, General, 8 ; Sir Geo., 109, 110. 
Bedford, Sam., 88 ; T., 13 : Tho8.„88 ; — , 114. 
Beere (Beer), George, 99 : I., 15. 
Belfield, Eliz. Anne, 10 ; T. D.. 10. 
Belgrave, — , 108. 
Bell, Anna Maria, 192 ; Edmund Haynes, 192 ; 

Frances, 192 ; Francis, 157 (2), 189. 192 (4) : 

John, 51 ; Mary, 157, 192; Mary Eliz., 192 ; 

Sarah. 157, 189, 192(2). 
Bellamy, T. W., 85. 
Bellgrove, Katberine, 149 ; Robt., 149 ; Samuel, 

149. 
Bend, Margaret, 146; William, 151. 
Benney, Alice, 181 ; Edward, 181 ; James, 181. 
Benskin, Eliz. Frances, 52 ; George, 52 ; Sarah, 52. 
Benson, Mary, 194; Robert, 194, 
Bentall, Mrs. Henry, 74. 
Bentley, John. 9 ; Martin, 9 (4) ; Sir Martin, 

9 ; Lady Mary, 9 (2). 
Beresford. Ames Wm. Henry, 41 ; John, 41 ; 

Wm., 87. 
Berkeley, R. Fitzhardinge, 166 (2) ; —,91. 
Berney, Mary, 122 ; Robert, 122. 



Berringer, John, 87. 

Best, Abel Wm. Dottin. 159 : Cath. Henriette, 

159 ; Charles Henry. 159 ; John, 139, 159 (2), 

167 ; John Rycroft, 159 ; Mary. 69 : Matthew, 

69 ; Tho., 159 ; Tho. Cadogan Byam, 159. 
Bilton, Robert Woodrow, 72. 
Bindley, Archdeacon, 195, 196. 
Birch. Jas. Hunter Blair, 101. 
Bisliop. 161. 
Bishop, Alfred Hothersall, 193; Eliz., 147; 

Henry. 147 (2); James. 98: Jaspar, 161; 

John. 149; Mary, 161 (2) ; Mary F., 98; 

Robert, 161 ; Wm.. 147, 158. 
Bishop-Culpeper, John, 136 ; — , 136. 
Blachbornc (?). 7. 
Blackdon, Robert, 28. 
Blackman, John A., 84 ; Robert, 2-8. 
Blackwood, — ,91. 
Blagg, J. M., 195 ; Susan Anne, 195. 
Rlagrove, W.. 15. 
Blair, Hugh. 118. 
Blairbirch. Jas. Hunter, 95. 
Blake, Jude, 87 ; Nich.. 87 ; W. F., 15. 134. 
Blore, R., 19. 
Body, Edward, 39 (2). 
Boelle, Dora, 86. 
Bond, 7. 

Bond, Francis, 7. 
Bonyun, Eliz. Alleyne, 51 ; Ethel, 77 ; John 

Wm.. 39, 51 ; R. Hart, 51 ; Susan Deborah, 

51 ; Walter T., 77. 
Boore (Boor), Lawrence, 139. 
Booth, Eliz., 27 ; James, 36 (3) ; John, 36 ; 

Mary, 36 (3). 
Bootman, Frances, 1 85 ; Francis, 1 85 ; Rebecca, 

185. 
Bostock, 143. 

Bostock, Benjamin, 143 (2). 
Boulstrod, Edward, 86 ; Joseph. 86 ; Mildred, 

86. 
Bovell, Frances. 15 ; James, 53. 148 ; Joannes, 

148 ; John, 151. 
Boves, — , 6. 
Bowcher, Clement, 113; Eliz.. 162; Robert, 

113 (.3), 162. 
Bowden, James, 3. 
Bowen (Bowin), Benj. John, 171 ; Francis 

Goding, 90 ; F. Jackman, 86 ; Rev. G. T., 96 ; 

Israel, 98 ; John, 171 ; Rev. Mr., 132 ; Sarah 

Frances, 98 ; Susannah, 171 ; Thomas. 90 (2) ; 

— , 91. 
Bowers. Wm., 76. 
Bowles, Richard, 87 ; — , 149. 
Bowman, Joseph, 67 ; Margaret, 67 ; William, 67. 
Boxhill, Ann, 44 (2) ; John, 44 ; Samuel, 44 (4). 
Boyce, Jonathan, 131 ; Michael, 174. 
Boyna, Daniell. 206. 
Brace, Edward, 123 ; Eliz., 123. 
Bradbury (?), Christopher, 26, 86. 
Bradley, Rev. W. S., 129. 
Bradshaw, Frances, 133 ; George, 207 ; Henry, 

207 ; James, 207 ; Jane, 207 ; John, 182. 207 

(3); Mary Jane, 182; Susannah, 133; Tho., 

207 ; Wm., 133. 
Branch, Samuel Edmund, 64 (3); Sarah Hall, 

64 ; Dr. W, J,, 64, 
Brandford, Henry Crichlows, 46 : John, 46 (2) ; 

Rebecca, 46 ; William, 46, 
Bi andt, Eliz,. 30 ; Jacob, 30. 
Branker, Julius, 82, 
Brathwaite, 164. 



Index iroMiNu^. 



211 



terathwaite (Braithwaite), Anne, 191 ; Bessie, 
164; Caroline, 164; Christopher Moe, 164; 
Clara N., 72 ; Eliza Gittens, 158 ; Ellen C, 
72 ; F. A. E.. 72 ; Henrietta D., 164 ; James 
Butcher, 164; John, 17, 158; John H., 72 
(2) ; John Trowbridg'e, 72 ; Margaret, 72 ; 
Mary E., 164 ; Mary Jane, 164. 

Breadie, Humphry, 88. 

Brehoult, Geo., 87. 

Brewster. Sam., 116. 

Briant, 179. 

Briant, Ann, 179 ; Mary, 178, 179; Wm., 178, 
179 ; see also Bryant. 

Brice, Edward, 59 (2) ; Mary, 59. 

Bridge, Lady Kebecca, 194 ; Sir Tobias, 194. 

Briggs, 154. 

Briggs, Augustus, 154 (2) ; Eliz., 154 (2) ; Sir 
Graham, 174 ; Joseph Lyder, 154 (3), 155 (3), 
174 ; Lady Mary Jane, 154 ; Sarah, 174 ; Sir 
Thomas Graham, 154, 155. 

Bristol, Paty, 21. 

Brocas, Emma Maria, 17 ; Rev. John, 17. 

Brockdon, Eliz., 5 ; Humphrey, 5. 

Bromley. — . 193. 

Broomfield, Eliz., 79 ; Geo., 79. 

Brough, Charles, 15 ; Hannah, 15. 

Brown, 111. 

Brown (Browne), Damaris, 111 ; Eleanor. 62; 
Eliz., 43 ; Eliz. Melicent, 84 ; George,' 24 ; 
James, 111 ; Sir James, 111 ; James T., 62 ; 
Jas. Thomas, 159, 163 ; John, 111 ; John F., 
99 ; Joseph. Ill (3) ; Mary, 62 ; Mary Thos., 
99 ; Thomas. 43 (2) ; Wm., 107, HI, 174 ; — , 
114. 

Bruce, Alexander, 26, 122 ; Barwick, 3 ; 
Dorothy, 26 ; James B., 122 ; Jane, 3 ; Joseph 
Osborne, 3 ; Keturah, 122 ; Keturah Shepherd, 
26 ; Samuel Larocque, 3 ; Susanna, 145. 

Bryant, Ruth, 28 ; see also Briant. 

Bryer, Ann Mary, 38 ; Joseph, 38 ; Nath., 38. 

Buchan, Margaret, 147. 

Buchanan, Colin Hugh Dalrymple, 173 ; Mrs. 
E. P., 75. 

Buckler, Andrew, 33 ; John, 33 (2) ; Mary, 33. 

Buckworth, Charles, 7 ; Mary, 7. 

Bullard, Benjamin, 87. 

Bullen, Lt.-Col. R., 109. 

Burch, James, 149 ; Jane, 149 ; — , 149. 

Burges, Rachel, 206. 

Burgos, Aaron Haim, 205 ; — , 204. 

Burman, Edmund, 68 ; Elizabeth, 68. 

Burnham, Sarah Carnot, 59 ; William, 59. 

Bushby, Geo. Gordon, 120. 

Butcher, Francis, 133 ; James, 17, 63, 106. 

Butler, 2. 

Butler, Edward. 2 ; George, 2 ; Jacob, 2 ; 
James, 174 ; Jeffry, 2 ; Kath., 30 ; Mary, 2 ; 
Tho., 30. 

Byam, Mrs., 87. 

Byar, Henrietta Sharp, 159 ; Woodroffe Sin- 
clair, 159. 

Byng, Robert, 88. 

Bynoe, B., 54 ; Sarah Payne, 127 ; Wm., 127. 

Bysbey, Joseph, 86. 



., A., 167. 
., Arthur, 30. 
.. E. N.. 80. 
., J. S., 69. 



C . . . ,, M. H., 86 

Cade, H., 17. 

Cadogan, 169. 

Cadogan, Arthur Hodgson, 169 ; Dorothy, 149 ; 
Eliz., 149 ; Sarah, 149 ; Thomas, 149, 173 ; 
Ward, 149. 

Gallagher, P., 15, 

Camelford, Lord, 159. 

Cardoso, set' Cordoza. 

Carew, Chr., 117 (2) ; Eliz. Jane, 30 ; Jane, 30 ; 
John, 117 ; Surgeon, 117 ; Walter, 30. 

Cargil, John, 88. 

Carmichael, Archibald, 126 ; C. J., 18 ; Frances, 
126 ; Thos., 126. 

Carrington (Carrinton), Alexander, 190 ; Alex- 
andra, 190 ; Christian W., 197 ; Dr., 179 ; 
Harriet, 190; Heningham. 166; Mr., 110; 
Nath. T. W., 197 ; Paul, 166. 

Carstairs, Jas., 81. 

Carter, 126. 

Carter, Eliz. Reynolds, 123 ; Francis Pollard, 
192 ; Henry, 86 ; John, 88, 126 ; Rev. John, 
123, 126, 127 ; Mary Elvira, 192 ; Temperance, 
165 ; Timothy, 165 ; Wm. Francis, 162. 

Cartmell, Wm., 75. 

Caseres, Ester de, 202. 

Castello, David, 199 ; Rephael, 199. 

Caton, —,22. 

Cavan, Michael, 79. 

Challenor, 146. 

Challenor, Margaret Bend, 146 ; Robt.. 82, 146 ; 
Robt., senr., 146 ; R. R., 146 ; Thomas, 146. 

Chamberlaine, 2. 

Chamberlaine, Edward, 2 (2) ; Eliz., 2 ; Mary, 
2 ; Mrs. Tankerville, 2. 

Chambers, Sheldon, 43. 

Channell, Edward, 31. 

Chapman, Ann Eliz., 116 ; Benjamin, 81 ; Benj. 
Thomas, 17 ; Eliz. A., 81 ; James, 81 ; J. T., 
116 ; Laura, 81 ; Martha Eliz., 75 ; Mary 
Emlin, 17 ; Peter, 17, 75 ; Thos. L. R., 116. 

Charles, Isabella, 3 ; .... gen, 3. 

Chase, A., 28 ; Christian, 112 ; Dorcas, 116 ; I. 
A., 28; John, 112 (3); John T., 105 (2); 
Maiy Anna Maria. 115 ; Mary C, 105 ; Sarah, 
28 ; Tho., 115, 116. 

Chatham, Earl of, 50. 

Chaucer, Benony, 35 ; Prudence, 35. 

Chavasse, Arabella, 175. 

Chearnley, Edward, 4 ; Mary, 4. 

Cheeks, Henry, 17. 

Cheesewright, Mary, 194. 

Cheesman, Henry, 79 ; Thomas, 29. 

Chenery, Charles, 76 ; Eliz., 76 ; Thomas, 76 ; 
Wm., 76. 

Chester, Wm., 11. 

Chillao, David, 204. 

Clairmonte, Benjamin, 69. 

Clarina, Nath. Wm. Massy, Lord, 3. 

Clarke, 22. 

Clarke, Abigail Newland, 67 ; Anne Isabel, 163 : 
Ann Thomasine, 11 ; Annie Helen Louise, 
163 ; Annie Millicent, 83 ; C. P., 163 ; Chris 
tian Mercy, 186 ; Clement, 67 ; Dean, 83 : 
Emily Spooner, 125 ; F., 15 ; Sir F. J., 163 
Forster, 125, 130 ; Sir Fred., 118 ; George, 63 
Hannah Frescoed, 130 ; Jacob Perry, 59 ; Jas 
Samuel, 163 (2) ; Julia, 22, 83 ; Mary, 192 
Percy Wilmott, 8s3 ; Robt. B., 113 : Sir R. B. 
125; Rev. Thomas, 22, 8.5 (3); Thomasina 
116; Thomasine. 11; Valentine, 53; Wa^le, 



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MOiTtJMteNTAL lifSCRlPl^lONS IN BARBADOS. 



83 ; Wm., 11 ; Wm. Coleridge, 83 ; Wm. B., 

68 ; Wm. Phillips, 118 ; —, 116, 186. 
Claypool, Alice, 131 ; Alice Sarah, 131 ; Ed- 
ward, 131 (2) ; Eliz., 131 ; Sarah, 131. 
Cleland, A. B., 18, 121 ; Alexander B., 120; 

Fanny Kemp, 121. 
Clement, John, 66. 
Clinckett, Abell, 16, 78 (2) ; Rev. G. M., 78 ; 

Jane, 78 ; Mary Abell, 16 ; Mary Judith, 78. 
Clinton, Eliz. Grazett, 57. 
Clune, Margaret, 102 ; Patrick, 102. 
Clutterbuck, Lieut., 25 ; Wm., 14. 
Cobb, Thomas, 40. 
Cobham, John, 13 ; Lucy, 13. 
Cock, John, 62 (2) ; Richard, 62. 
Codd, W. T., 61. 
Coddington, Mary, 40. 
Codrington, Chr., 193, 195 ; Rich. Gibson, 59 ; 

Sir Wm. John, 196. 
Cole, Alex. A., 84 ; Eliza, 26 ; Eliz., 26 ; Julia 

Amanda, 84. 
Colebrooke, Emma Sophia, 53, 91 ; Mary Har- 
riet, 53 ; Sir Wm., 53 ; Sir Wm. M. G., 120. 
Coleridge, 23, 113. 
Coleridge, Sarah Eliz., 23 ; Wm. Hart. Bishop 

of Barbados, 23, 105. 113 ; Wm. Rennell, 23. 
Colleton, — , 193. 
Collier, Abel, 43 ; Bliz., 43 ; James K., 43 ; 

Jane, 43 (2) ; Samuel, 43 (2) ; Wm., 43 (2). 
Collins, 118. 
Collins (Collyns), Ann. 141 (3) ; Benjamin, 150 ; 

Charles, 118 ; John, 141 (2) ; J. C, 131. 
Collymore, Charlotte, 61 (2); Henry, 61 (2); 

John, 61 ; Katherine, 132 ; Robert, 132. 
Colyer-Fergusson, T., 197. 
Combermer, Lord, 34. 
Connell, Eliz., 171 ; Thomas, 171. 
Connolly, James, 14. 
Consett, Lieut. Coll., 193. 
Cooke, J. T., 92. 
Cooper, Mary, 31 ; Simon, 31. 
Copley, P. G., 109. 
Coppell, I. L. J., 55. 
Corbin, Charles, 151 (2) ; Cordelia Violet, 94 ; 

James, 151 ; John T., 150; Joseph, 172; 

Mary Amelia. 150; Mary E.. 151 ; — . 151. 
Cordoza (Cardoso), Ha (Ra . . . .), 201 ; 

Soloman, 206. 
Corsellis, Susanna, 182. 
Corstorphan, George, 77. 
Costanio (Coutinho), Abraham, 206 ; Mosseh 

Haim. 204. 
Cotton, Daniel, 71 ; Dudley Pa.ge, 71 (2), 89 ; 

Mary Rebecca, 71 ; R. E., 15 ; Rebecca Jane, 

71. 
Coulsten, James, 58 ; John, 58. 
Coulthurst, Eliz., 7 ; Matthew, 7, 21. 
Couper, Arthur C, 120 (2) ; Sir Geo., 120. 
Cousins, Herbert T., 109. 
Cowse, James, 87. 
Cox, A., 100; G. H. Richardson, 94; Howard 

Plestow, 101 ; H. T.. 66 ; R. Albert, 66 ; Wm., 

162. 
Cozier,. John, 49 (2) ; Sarah Ann, 49 : Susanna, 

49. 
Crane, Henry Thomas, 65 ; Margaret Ann, 65 ; 

Martha, 65 ; Sarah Nattali, 65 ; Wm., 16. 
Crichlow, Charlotte, 13 ; Henry, 13 (2) ; Lucy, 

13 ; Margaret, 188 ; Wm., 13. 
Crick, Eliz. Leslie, 80 ; Eliz. Nicolls, 80 ; Eliz. 

Thomas, 107 ; John S., 69 ; Martha, 107. 



Crisjf, 3. 

Crisp, Edward, 4 ; Jane, 4 ; John, 4 (3) ; Jo- 
seph, 4 ; Margt., 4 ; Mary, 4 ; Nich., 4 ; 
Samuel, 4 ; Sarah, 4 (2), 87 ; Sybella, 4 ; 
Tho., 4. 

Crispin, Joseph, 120. 

Crofton, Thomas, 100 ; Wm., 100. 

Cromartle, Martha, 61 ; Robert, 61 (2) ; Robt. 
Thomas, 61. 

Crompton (Crumpton), Ernest, 119 : Henry, 
119 (2); Sarah Henry, 119. 

Croney, I. W., 85, 

Crosby, Rev. John, 77. 

Crosse, Robt. Noble, 93, 104. 

Crouch, Charlie, 104 ; Chas. E. Y., 81 ; Clemen- 
tina, 81 ; Eliz., 6. 

Crowe, James, 9 (2). 

Crumpton, see Crompton. 

Culpeper (Culpepper), Abel Alleyne, 194 (2) ; 
Alleyne, 194 (2), 195 ; Sir Cheney, 194, 195 ; 
Eliz., 194 (2) : Fra., 195 ; Hester, 194 ; John 
Alleyne, 194; Margt., 194; Sir Thos., 195; 
Wm., 194. 

Gumming, Henry, 78. 

Cummins, Ann, 53 ; Eliz., 129 ; George, 53 ; 
Henry S., 53 ; James, 53 ; John, 129 ; Mary 
Ann, 106; Norman J. D., 13, 84; Thomas 
Joshua, 106 ; — , 108. 

Cunard, Abraham, 66 ; Margaret, 66. 

Cunninffhavi, 44. 

Cunningham, Alex., 44 ; Anne, 44 ; Chas. 
Thornton, 76 ; J., 15 ; John, 44 (2) ; Rebecca 
Anne, 76 ; Zebulon, 44. 

Curtis, Bezin K., 45 ; James A., 45. 

Cutting, Dr., 70 ; Emmeline P., 84 ; Rev. Ernest 
A., 84 ; John Hen., 133 ; Sarah Margaret, 
133 ; — , 70. 



D , J. D. D., 5.5. 

Da Costa, Mendes, 206 ; — , 108. 

Da Fonseca, Abigail. 203. 

Dalzell, Allen, 128; Anne Wilhelmina, 128. 

Darapier, Julia Sophia, 91 ; Rev. R., 91. 

Daniel, John Thos.. 56 ; Maria Anne, 25 ; Sarah 

Eliz., 56 ; Thomas, 25. 
Darby, Christopher T., 60 ; Mary, 60. 
Darling, Anne Wilhelmina, 128 ; Chas. Henry, 

128 : Chas. Hen. Hay, 128 ; Ellen, 14 ; Henry 

Chas., 128 ; — 128. 
Da Silva, David, 202 ; Ishac, 202. 
Davidson, John, 90. 
Davis, G. E. J., 120; John, 120; N. Darnell, 

195 ; St. George G. S., 120 (2). 
Dayreli, Edmund, 130 ; Francis, 41. 
Dean (Deane), Anne Walrond, 163 (2) ; Arnold 

Evans, 154 : Dorothy, 154 ; George A.. 189, 

191 ; George Henry, 163 ; John, 154 ; j. W., 

62 ; Sarah Martindale, 92. 
Dear. Eliz., 61 ; Geo. Edward. 61 ; John, 61 ; 

S. E. A., 138. 
Death, Edwin, 120. 
Dechavis, Samuel, 206. 
Decompas, Leah, 206. 
de Hem, Jacob, 182 ; James, 182 ; Jaques, 182 ; 

Susanna, 182; Tobias, 182. 
De la Roche, Henry Ant., 87. 
Deleon, Moseh, 200. 
Demercado, see Mercado. 



Index nominum. 



^IS 



t)enny, William, 120. 

Desavido, Moses, 206. 

Desse, Dorothy, 67. 

Devenish, Keturah Shepherd, 26 ; Lieut., 26. 

De Vins, Cath. Henriette, 159 ; Count Richard, 

1.59. 
Devrede, Paul, 206. 
De Wend, Edward Michael, 66. 
De Winton, R., 93. 
•De Witt, Cornelius, 87 ; Mr., 87. 
Dias, David Ys, 200 ; Israel, 202 ; Lewis, 20.5, 

206 ; Manvel Israel, 20i ; Sarah, 204. 
Dilkes, Kichard, 98. 
Divles (?), John, 27 ; Philippa, 27. 
Dixon, John, 63. 

Dodsworth, Hannah, 38 ; Henry, 38. 
D'Olier, Theophilus, 61. 
Dolman, John, 33. 
Donovan, DanL, 66 ; Martha Jane Frances. .53 ; 

Thomas, 53 ; Thomasin William, 66. 
Doran, B., 15. 
Dorington, C. R., 18 ; Chas. Rich., 101 ; John 

Edward, 101; Sir John Edw., 101; Susan, 101. 
Bottin, 137. 

Dottin (Dotin), Anne, 134 (2), 137 (2) ; Chris- 
tian, 136 : Edward Jordan. 134 (2). 135 (2) : 

James, 137. 183 ; John, 137 ; Joseph, 134, 136. 

137 ; Mary, 183 ; Mercy, 137. 
Dowding, Eliz., 7 ; John, 7 ; Mary, 7 ; Rebecca, 

7 ; Sam., 7 ; Rev. Wm., 7. 
Drake, 0. C, 75 ; Ellen, 75. 
Drakes, Edward, 140. 
Draper, Robert, 33. 
Drax, Eliz., 124 ; Henry, 124 (2) ; Sir James, 

124. 
Drayton, Jas. Culpepper. 84 ; John, 177 ; Mercy, 

126 ; Rebecca Jane, 177 ; Samuel, 126 ; Wm., 

126. 
Dreiduiz, — , 151. 
Duck, Benjamin, 67. 
Dudman, Robert. 19; Rr., 99. 
Duesbury, Eliz., 02 (2) ; Rebecca, 62 (2). 
Duffey, Jane, 31. 
Buke, 24. 
Duke, Henry. 24 ; Humphry, 24, 177 ; Rev. 

John, 29 ; Sarah. 177 ; Thomas, 24 ; Wm., 24. 

29, 177. 
Dummett, Edw. James, 54. 
Dunn, Marj^aret Ann, 22. 
Durant. Alice. 83 ; Fred.. 83 ; John, 115 ; Mary, 

115; Thos., 115. 
Duthy, J., 15. 



E , A. H.. 75, 76. 

Eardley, Baron, 202. 

Eckel, Rev. E. A., 151 ; Susan E., 151 ; Rev. 

Theodore. 151 ; —,151. 
Edgill (Edprell, Edorhill), Caroline, 81 ; Chas. 

James, 15, 57 ; Christian Gay, 36 ; J.. 15 ; 

James Young, 81 ; Samuel, 36. 
Hdtvards, 6. 
Edwards, Jane, 6. 
Eginton (Egginton), Jeremiah, 11 (2) ; John, 

11. 
Elcock (Ellcock), Ann, 192 ; Grace, 130 ; Grant, 

130, 192 ; Mary, 175 ; Reynold Alleyne, 175 ; 

— , 21, 175. 
Elder, Annie, 45 ; Augusta Matilda, 74 ; James, 



74 ; J. W. E., 59 ; Robert. 45, 74 ; Roderick, 

64. 
EUery. William, 88. 
Ellicott, Judith, 30 ; Susannah, 30 (2) ; Thomas, 

30. 
Mliot, 112. 
Elliot, Eliz., 112; James, 112; Richard, 112; 

— , 115. 
Ellis, Edw., 87 ; John, 15 (2), 178 ; John Bry- 

ante, 175 ; John Thos., 178 ; Mary Anne, 175 ; 

Mary Jane, 175 (2) ; Rebecca, 178 ; Sarah 

Eliz., 178 ; Thomas, 175 (4) ; Wm., 175 ; Wm. 

Brian. 178 ; Wm. Grant, 176. 
Elvie, E. C. T., 85. 
Emerton, Mary R., 42. 
Engren, Edouard, 30. 
Enright, Alexander Hunter. 75. 
Esdaile, Sam. John, 54. 
P]spinoza. Ester. 205 ; Moseh, 205. 
Estwick, Christopher, 185 (2) ; Eliz., 128, 185 ; 

Eliz. Susanna. 128 ; Francis, 185 ; Henry, 

185 ; Richard, 185 (2) ; Samuel, 128 ; Sarah, 
• 194 ; Susanna, 185 ; Tho., 190 ; — , 193. 
Evans, Francis Henry, 85 ; Johanna Walrond, 

85 ; Nicholas, 85 ; Susannah. 85. 
Evelyn, Susan b' ranees. 132 ; Wilhelmina Ann 

Stanton, 114 ; —,116. 
Eversley, Eliz., 10, 113 ; Eliz. Anne. 10 ; Mary, 

10; Rebecca, 10; Sarah, 10; Wm.. 10 (3), 

113. 
Ewing, Eliz. Ford, 148 ; Mary, 148 (2), 151 ; 

Robert, 148, 151. 



F , G. A., 184 ; J. T., 184. 

Fairchild, Hamlet, 88. 

Fairman (Pairman), Harriet, 108 

108. 
Falcon, Michael, 123 ; Thomas, 123. 
Farley, Eleanor, 6 ; Lsaac, 6. 
Farmer, Christian, 9 ;. Jane, 79 ; Kath., 9 ; 

Rich.. 79. 
Farnum, Edwin, 59 ; P. J., 54 ; P. R., 54 (2) ; 

Sarah E., 59. 
Farrar (Farrer), Hannah. 26 ; Robert, 26 (2), 

112 ; Thomas, 26. 
Farrell, Eliz., 114 ; John Richard, 114 ; Sidney 

Baynton, 109. 
Faulkner, Eliz.. 103. 
Felton, John, 27. 

Fenty, Samuel James, 154 ; AVm. Frs., 190. 
Fercharson (Ferchardson), Bowden, 143 (3) ; 

Eliz., 32 (2) ; Honour, 143 ; Kath., 32 ; 

Mary, 32 ; Tho., 32, 143. 
Field, Ada H., 83 ; James E., 83 (3) ; James 0., 

83 ; Harah Massiah, 83. 
Fitchiatt, Rev. Francis, 137, 138, 
P^itzpatiick. James Evelyn, 115 (2) : Mary E., 

148 ; Sarah Eliz., 115 ; Wm., 76 ; — , 76. 
Fitzthomas, Maria E., 22 ; Mary Worrell, 22, 

84 ; Versepuy, 84 ; Wm. Versepuy, 22. 84 ; 
— , 22, 84. 

Fletcher, J. W., 15 ; John Wynne, 11. 
Floud, Ross Moore, 120 (2) ; Tho., 120. 
Foderingham, N., 155. 
Follett, Hannah, 107 (2); John, 107; Sarah, 

107 (3). 
Foord, John, 184. 
Forbes, Mary, 161 ; Wm., 161. 



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MONUMENTAL iNSCRtP'TlONS tN BARBADOS. 



Ford, Cath. Ann, 14 ; Christopher, 139 ; Eliz., 
5, 139 (2), 140, 151 : Gabriel, 139 (3) ; Jona- 
than, 140; Mary. 139; Richard, 140 (2); 
Richard John. 139 ; Thos. Roach, 14. 

Forstall, Richard, 87, 88. 

Forster, Christian, 21 ; Eliz., l.o3 ; John, 153 ; 
Sarah Ann, 68 : Theodore, 68 ; — , 21. 

Forte, Arabella Chavasse. 175 ; Arabella Hinds, 
78 ; Eliz., 78 ; Nathaniel, 175 ; Samuel, 194 ; 
Saml. S.. 78 ; Ursula, 194 ; Walcott, 78. 

Foster, Eliza, 194. 

Fovvke. Henry, 28 ; Sarah, 28. 

Fox, Esther, 157, 190 ; John. 157, 190 ; Joseph, 
157. 190 ; Mary, 103, 157, 190 ; Prudence, 157. 
190; Rachael. 157, 190; Sarah, 157, 190; 
Thomas, 157 (2), 190 (2) : Wm., 157 (3), 190 
(3). 

Francois, — , 206. 

Franklin, Conrade Mitchlor, 41. 

Fraser, 89. 

Fraser (Frazer), Angus, 89 ; Austin, 56 ; Donald, 
109 ; Eliz., 28 ; Frederick, 56 ; Fred. Austin, 
56 ; Henry, 56 ; James Austin, 56 ; Maria, 
56 ; Rose Dempster, 89. 

Frederick, Geo. May Dalzell, 147 ; Geo. Onesi- 
phorus, 147 ; Margaret, 147. 

Freeman, Wm. Deane, 131. 

French. Ada H., 83 ; Keturah, 122 ; Wm., 121. 

Frere, 128, 134. 

Frere, Bury, 134; Dorothy, 114, 128, 130; 
Eliz., 128 ; Henry, 114, 128, 130 ; John. 130 ; 
Susanna, 130; Tobias, 128; — , 3, 128. 

Frewen, John, 86. 

Fridenberg, Martin, 33 (2) ; Mary, 33 ; Nicho- 
las, 33. 

Frost. James, 56 ; Joseph, 56 ; Mary Henrietta, 
56 ; Sarah Eliz. Walcot, 56. 

Fuller, Joan, 8 ; Jonathan, 86. 



G , N., 184. 

Gaffin. T., 13, 24. 136. 

Gall, Henry Beckles, 74 ; — , 190. 

Gamble, R., 15. 

Gaon, Ester, 198. 

Gardiner, Kathleen V., 94. 

Gascoipfne, George, 88. 

Gaskin, Law, 140 ; Margaret Williams. 140. 

Gay, 170. 

Gay, Abell, 151. 

Gi . . . ., Mary, 65. 

Gihhons, 155. 

Gibbons, Archie, 54 ; Dame Frances, 155 ; 

Georgiana, 7 ; James, 54 ; Jane Alexander, 

54; John, 155, 156 (2); Kenrick, 151, 155; 

Robert, 153 (2); Wm., 156; Sir Wm., 153, 

155 (2), 156 ; Wm. Barton, 156 ; — , 151, 156. 
Oihis, 127. 
Gibbs (Gibbes), Ann, 141 ; Christian, 127 ; 

George, 147 ; Rev. Haynes, 142 ; John, 127 ; 

Joseph, 141 (2), 142 ; Margaret Eliz., 142 ; 

Mary, 142 ; Sir Phillip, 140 ; Reynold, 141 ; 

Salvina, 147 ; Sarah, 142 ; Thomas, 142 (2). 
Gibson, Ann, 51 ; Eliz., 51 ; John, 51. 
Gidy, 170. 

Gidy, Eliz., 170 ; Matthew, 170 (2). 
Gilbert, Daniel, 112; Dorothy, 112; Dorothy 

Frances, 112; Joanna Jarman, li2 ; Peter, 

112 ; Frank Rialey, 112. 



Giles, J. W., 111. 

Gilgeous, John Jacob, 116. 

Giikes, W., 190. 

Gill, Catherine, 24 ; Geo., 24 ; John R. G., 178 ; 

K., 47 ; K. G., 171 ; Mary, 171 ; Robert, 58 ; 

Wm., 24, 58 ; Wm. R., 178. 
Ginkins, Phillip, 153. 
Girdwood, Eliz. Augustus, 30 ; James, 30. 
Gittens, 188. 
Gittens, Eliza, 32 ; Eliz. Maxmell, 58 ; Rev. G. 

Duncan, 82 ; Herbert Callender, 160 ; Isaac, 

32, 167 ; Isabella, 32 ; Jane Ann, 165 ; John, 

32, 82, 158 ; Joshua, 158 ; Lucretia, 21, 188 ; 

Margaret Ann, 160 ; Maria Jjouisa, 166 ; Mary, 

82 ; Mary S., 166. 
Glasgow, John, 135 (2) ; Mary, 135. 
Goddard, Thomasina, 115. 
Goding, John Gay, 145. 
Godnuin, 3. 

Godman, Rev. Henry, 8 ; Wm., 8. 
God ward, N., 143. 
Gollop, Henry, 194 ; Mary, 194. 
Gomez (Gomes), Isaac, 1 98, 206. 
Goodall, 161. 
Goodall, Ann, 161 ; Eliz., 32 (2) ; Jane. 161 (2) ; 

Millesaint, 161 (2); Wm., 161, 
Goodridge, Eliza, 71 ; Hugh, 71 ; Margaret, 71. 
Goodson, Eliz., 32. 
Goodwin, Eliz. Ann, 56 ; John, 56 ; Susannah, 

56 ; Wm. Baggs, 56. 
Goppy, Martha Ann, 103 ; Sarah Eliz., 103. 
Gordon, J., 25 ; John, 14 ; Robert, 73. 
Gosling, Susannah. 124. 
Gough, E., 93, 104. 
Gowdey, Cragg, 69 ; Samuel, 69. 
Graeme (Gryme), Alex., 115 ; George, 115 ; Mar- 
garet, 115; Samuel, 115. 
Graham, Charles, 92 ; Eliz.. 171 ; Emily Wor- 
rell, 92 ; H. C. E. Vernon, 25 ; James, 171 (2) ; 

Jane, 68 ; M. E., QS ; Mary, 171. 
Grannum, Amelia G., 176 ; Amelia Grant, 176 ; 

Mary, 176; Richard, 176 (2); Sarah Eliz., 

176, 178 ; Sarah Margaret, 176 ; Wm. Brian, 

.176; —,172. 
Grant, Ann, 192 ; Charles, 14; Christian Ann, 

192 : Francis, 192 ; Lieut., 25. 
Grasett, Eustace Maltravers, 102 ; John, 57 ; 

Maria Brenda, 102; Martha, 67 (2); Wm., 

102. 
Gray, Eliz., 19; Frances, 19; Lieut., 25; R., 

19 ; Wm., 14 ; see also Grey. 
Grayfoot. Mary, 99. 
Greaves, Charles Whitfoot, 172 ; Edward Austin, 

170 ; Eliz. Alice, 170 (2) ; Eliz. Grace, 170; 

Evelina, 89 ; Francis Ann, 172 ; Rev. John, 

89 ; Joshua, 174 ; Percy Lawrance, 89 ; 

Thomas W.. 170 (2). 
Green, Crispus, 58 (2) ; Gertrude, 58 (2) ; J., 

15 ; Margaret, 58 (2). 
Greenfield, 17. 
Greenfield (Grinfield), Emma Maria, 17, 18; 

William, 17, 18. 
Greenidge, Campbell Cave, 151 ; C. J., 148 ; 

Eliz., 59 ; Frances Eliz., 151 ; Joseph C, 151 ; 

Nathl., 59 ; Oliver, 12, 60, 161. 
Greenwich, James H. G., 102, 103 ; Martha 

Ann, 103. 
Gregg, Anthony, 183 ; Sam., 109. 
Gregory, E. T., 132 ; Rev. J. G., 132. 
Grenville, Mr., 156. 
Gretton, Saml., 166. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



215 



Grey, Radiilph, Lord, 179 ; W. Oneal, 151 ; see 

also Gray. 
Griffin, John. 169, 
Griffith, 21. 
Griffith, James, (50 : Jane, 21 ; Lucy Cobham, 

21 ; Rich. Skinner! 78 ; 8arah. 79, 8« : Thomas, 

21, 170; Tho. Howard, 21 : Wm. Brandford. 

21. 
Grimwade. John, 10. 
Groj?an, Daniel, 71 (2) ; Jane, 71. 
Groney, Mary Eliz., 193 (2) ; Wm. Francis, 193 : 

—,91. 
Gryme, see Graeme. 
Gulston, Anthony, 132. 



H 



H , — , 82. 

H , F., 173. 

H dy. John, 167. 

H , S. T., 166. 

Hackett, Frances, 117; Mr., 117 ; Sir Richard, 

117 ; Robert, 117 (4) ; Robert H., 117 ; — . 193. 
Hagj^att, Jane, 170 ; Nath., 170 ; Othniel, 170 ; 

Susana, 170. 
Hall, 7, 127, 153, 155, 167. 
Hall, Capt.. 107; Frances, 155; Frances J., 

176; George. 127, 131 ; Giles. 153 ; Hannah, 

131 ; Hujrh, 7; John, 167; Mary, 7; JIary 

Ann, 15 ; Richard, 54 ; Rich. Roderick, 176 ; 

Robert, 155 ; Thomas, 15 ; Wm., 127 ; — , 

157. 
Hallett, 8. 
Hallett, Christian, 9 ; Christopher, 8, 9 ; Eliz., 

8 ; Gregory, 8, 9 ; John, 8, 9 (3), 86 ; Kath., 

9 ; Mary. 9 ; Meliora, 9 ; Rich.. 9 (2). 
Halsted, Capt., 120 ; Edward Pellew, 119. 
Hamias (Hamis), Moseh, 198, 206. 
Hamilton (Hambleton), Ann, 44 ; Claudius, 44. 
Hammond, C. M., 80. 

Hannington, John, 6 (2) ; M. Bernard, 5, 6. 

Hannis, Eliz., 185 ; Richard, 185. 

Harding, M. J., 118, 119; Mary Jane, 163; 
S. E., 118. 

Harewood, Lord, 49. 

Hannan, 60. 

Harman, Samuel, 60. 

Harper, Robert, 87 ; — , 182. 

Harrier, P., 80. 

Harris. Eliz., 146 ; Henry, 46 ; John, 46 ; Mary, 
175 ; Richard, 88 ; Tabitha. 46 ; T. Noel, 175 ; 
Ward, 145, 146; Wm., 158. 

Harrison, 141. 

Harrison, Edward, 140 (2) ; Eleanor, 37 (3), 73 ; 
Jane, 37 (2), 73 ; John, 18 ; John James. 141 ; 
Mary, 141 ; Robert, 140 (3) ; Thomas, 18 (2), 
37 (2), 73 ; Wm., 165. 

Hart (Harte). Edward, 169 (2), 171 (2) ; Edward 
John, 106 ; Eliz., 169, 171 ; Henry Francis, 
189 : John P., 173 ;Mary Parris, 189 ; Thomas 
P., 173 ; Wilkinson. 193 ; Wm. Marshall, 5. 
106 (2) ; — , 5 (3). 

Harthill, John Marriage, 74 ; Maria Ann, 74. 

Hassitt (? Hallett), John, 86. 

Haswell, Fleetwood Pellew, 120. 

Hatton, Joshua, 37. 

Haughn, Anna Maria, 33 ; Henry, 33 (2) ; 
Katharine, 33. 

Haversaat, Frederica, 73 ; Geo. Fred., 73 ; Re- 
becca Gittens, 73 (2). 



Hawkesworth, Eliza Ann, 19 ; John, 147 ; 
Sarah Christian, 78 ; Thomason, 147 ; Wm., 
19, 78. 

Hawley, Henry, 7. 

Hayaya, Sarah, 200 ; Yehosvah. 200. 

Hayes (Heycs), John, 90 ; Wm. Rutherford, 94. 

Hayncs, 189. 

Haynes, Ann, 192; Ann Thomasine. 11. 189; 
Edmund, 189 ; Henry Crichlow. 188; Henry 
Higginson, 187 ; Heniy Husbands, 189 ; Jane 
Alleyne, 59; Lucy. 189: Margaret. 188; 
Percy, 181; Richard, 59, 157, 1!)2; Robert, 
11, 59, 162, 186 (2), 187, 188. 189 (3) ; Sarah, 
189 ; Sarah Ann, 188 ; Wm. Clarke, 188. 

Haywood, Mrs., 164. 

He aig, — , 39. 

Heap, Rebecca Anne, 76 ; S. D., 76. 

Hearne, Dorothy, 166 ; John, 166. 

Helliwell, Rev. Jos., 82. 

Henderson, Archd., 194; Eliz., 194; Patrick, 
110. 

Hendy, Henry. 147 ; Hettabella, 147 (2) ; James, 
147 ; Jane, 147 ; J. P., 63 ; ISalvina, 147. 

Hennen, John, 21 ; Lucy Cobham, 21. 

Henriques, Abraham, 200 ; Gomes, 205 ; Rahel 
Ester, 198; Yesurun, 198. 

Henry (Henery). Charlotte Ann, 100; Edward, 
135 ; Eliza Ann, 100, 138 ; Eliz., m, 135 ; Eu- 
gene, 66 ; Isaac, 66 ; James Wm., 100 ; Jane, 
78 ; John Glasgow. 135 ; Joseph, 6& ; Judith 
Anne. 135 ; Samuel, 100, 138 (2) ; Sarah Jane, 
100 ; Thomas, 66 ; Thomas Henry, 135 ; Wm., 
66 (2), 78. 

Henty, Sarah, 192. 

Henwood, James T., 120. 

Herbert, Jane, 52 ; Jane Martindale, 52 ; John, 
52 ; Mary, 52 ; Susan, 52 ; Thomas, 52 (2). 

Heme, Henry, 167 ; Mary, 167. 

Hewitt (Hewett), John Elliott, 70 (2), 181 ; 
Mary Jane. 70 ; Mary Judith, 181. 

Hey land, Arthur Rowley, 99 ; Kyffin, 99. 

Heysham, Eliz., 87 ; Wm., 87. 

Heywood, Nathl., 39. 

Higginson, Jonathan, If ; Sarah, 11. 

Hill. Dorothy, 38; John C, 14; Robert, 140; 
Tho., 134 ; William, 38 ; — , 140. 

Hincks, Lady, 87. 

Hinds, Benj., 154, 155 ; Eliz., 154 ; Jacob, 183 
(2) ; Miss, 151 ; Sam. Maxwell, 154. 

Hinkson, Edith May, 91 ; Florence, 91 ; James, 
91 ; John Francis, 143 ; — , 91, 

Hodson, John. 1 ; Mary, 1. 

Holder, 162. 

Holder, Ann, 135 ; Christian, 138 ; Henry Evans, 
182 ; John, 162 : John A., 187 ; Mary Mercy, 
187 ; Nathaniel, 138 ; Susanna, 138, 144 (2) ; 
Wm., 138 (2), 144 (5). 

Holligan, B., 40 ; Caroline, 40 ; Dorothy Evans, 
40 ; Henry, 40 ; James, 40 (5) ; Richard San- 
derson, 40. 

HoUingsworth. Dowding, 171 ; Eliz.. 171 ; John, 
171 : — , 80. 

Holloway, Edward, 180; Eliz., 180; John 
Henry, 180; Mary, 180; Mercy, 180; Sarah 
Mascoll, 180. 

Holmes, Hardress Robt., 95 ; James, 112. 

Hoist, Eliz., 37 (2); Eliz. Dove. 37 ; Matthias, 
37 (2) ; Wm., 37. 

Homeyard, John R., 71. 

Hook, Humphry, 179 ; Jone, 179, 

Hooper, 12. 



216 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 



Hooper, Mary, 21 ; Keyland, 1 : Robert. 1 (2), 

12 ; Tho., 1 ; — , 21. 
Hope, Sir John H., 95 ; John Thomas, 95 ; 

Nich., 88. 
Hopson, Peregrine Tho., 88. 
Hordle, Agnes Downes, 34 ; Ann, 44 ; Honor, 

44 ; John Dnpwell. 44 : Margaret. 34 ; Mary, 

44 (2) ; Sarah, 34 ; Thomas, 34, 44 (2). 
Horsham. Dr., 70 ; William, 70. 
Hothersall, Ann, 194 ; Anne Isabella, 191, 194 ; 

Eliz., 47 ; John. 9, 191 ; Meliora, 9 ; Rebecca, 

194 ; — , 193. 
Hovell. Eliz., 69 ; Richard, 69 (2). 
Howard, Ann Bell, 145 ; Anthony, 57 (3), 132 ; 

John Robt., 145; Mary, 2; Michael, 145; 

Michael Skeete, 145 ; Ruth Johnson, 57 (2) ; 

Sarah, 174 ; Thomas, 57 ; Wm. Henry, 132 ; 

Wm. Murrell, 174. 
Howell, Annie Bruce, 24 ; Benj. Carlton, 154 ; 

Conrade Adams, 65 ; Conrad Goodridge, 65 ; 

Hinds, 65 ; Jane Carleton, 65 ; John Rous, 

65 ; John Simpson, 24, 83 ; Mary Jane, 154 ; 

Thomas Walrond, 65. 
Hoyle, Mr., 26 ; Kob., 26. 
Hudson, Coleridge, 183. 
Hughes, Rev. John P., 119. 
Humpleby. John, 1. 
Hunt (Hunte), Rev. Dr., 179 ; Eliz., 171 ; E. F., 

83 ; F., 165 ; Jane Nihell, 171 : Leigh, 179 ; 

Mary Jane, 171 ; Mary Thomas, 159 ; R., 165. 
Hunter, Eliz., 76 ; Euphemia, 102 ; John, 102. 
Husbands, Harriet, 108 (2); John, 193; Mary 

Margaret. 193. 
Hustler, Charlotte, 123 ; Wm., 123. 
Hutchinson, Eliz. Ann, 163 ; Emanuel John 

Cock, 163 ; Horace E. B., 100 (2) ; Sir Wm., 100. 
Hutson, H. A., 184 ; Kev. John, 184 ; Susanna 

Jane, 184. 
Hutton, Anne Mary, 121 ; Richard Holt, 121. 

I 

I , R., 174. 

Idanha, Rachel, 203 ; see also Ydana. 

Ifill, Benjamin, 14 ; Susan, 14. 

Ifman, John, 62. 

Ince, George. 117: Henry Jemott, 65; John, 
117 (2) ; Margaret. 117 (2). 

Incledon, Mary H., 71 ; Robt. J., 71. 

Inniss, Ann, 64 ; B., 83 ; John, 6 ; Joseph Wm., 
72 ; Mercy Ann, 64 (2) ; Richard, 132 ; Rose 
Walrond, 72 ; Sarah Ann, 64 (2) ; Sarah Jane, 
64 (2) ; Thomasin Ann, 72 ; Wm., 64 (2) ; — , 
71, 178. 

Irvine, 46. 

Irvine, Alexander, 46. 

Irwin, Montgomery, 95, 104. 

Isidro, Abraham Hisquian Gabay, 206. 

Israel, David, 198, 206; Judith, 206. 



J , C, 65. 

J , Edmund, 10. 

J , W. H., 148. 

Jackraan, Eliz., 154 ; John Abel, 154. 

Jackson ( Jacson), Charlotte Louisa, 1 02 ; Chris- 
topher, 3 (2) ; Eliz., 3 ; John, 3 ; Mary Shep- 
herd, 102 ; Thomas, 3 ; Rev. Wm., 120 ; Wm. 
Walrond, 102. 

James ^ 136. 



James, Henry, 96 ; Jemima, 96 ; Mary Harriet, 
31 ; eva . . John, 96. 

Jekyl, Jos., 88. 

Jemott, Crichlow, 65. 

Jenkins, Ann, 36 ; William, 36 (2). 

Jezzeph, James, 34. 

Johnson, Eliz. G., 56 ; John, 87 (2) ; Joseph, 
148 ; Judith, 87 ; Louisa, 54 ; Richard, 56 ; 
Rich. Payne, 56; Sam. Daniel, 56; Walter 
Thos., 56. 

Johnston, Archibald, 25 ; James, 36. 

Johnstoun, Archibald, 184 ; Eliz,, 123 ; Lucy, 184. 

Jones, 33. 

Jones, Ann, 33 ; Anne Isabel, 72 ; Anne K 
48 ; Benjamin, 77 ; Benj. Howell, 77 
Dorothy, 128 ; Eleanor, 77 ; Eliz. Susanna! 
128 : Ernest Henry, 77 ; F. Brandon, 48 
F. F., 85 : H., 78 ; James, 33 ; Jane, 124 
John Foster Drake. 72 ; John Weekes, 79 
Maria Farre, 72 ; Mary Jane, 78 ; Rebecca, 
7 ; Robt. Burnet, 128 ; Wm., 81, 

Jordan, 137. 

Jordan (Jordain), Ann, 10, 134 (2), 135, 137 (2) ; 
Edward, 5, 122, 134 (2), 135, 137 (2) ; Eliz., 
5, 122 ; Frances, 134 ; Joseph, 122 ; Mary, 34 
(2) ; Sybella, 4 ; Thomas, 134 ; Wm., 84 (2) ; 
Wm. Walker, 122. 

Joycelin, Robt., 88. 

K 

K , S., 147. 

Keane, 19. 

Keane, Esther, 20 ; Fra., 20 ; Hugh Perry, 20 ; 
Michael, 19, 20 ; Susanna, 20. 

Kellman, Alithea, 172 ; Ann Gragg, 174 ; James 
Cragg, 127, 132, 172; John, 172 (2); John 
Eyare. 132; Mary Jane, 174; Sarah Payne, 
127 ; Shadrack. 172, 174. 

Kelly, Charlotte Caroline, 150 ; E., 15 ; Sir John, 
150. 

Kelto, Ann, 33 ; Wm., 33. 

Kemp, John, 73. 

Kendrick (Keanrick), Eliz,, 155 ; J., 14 ; Rev. 
Sea wen, 155, 156, 

Kent, Chas., 120 (3) ; W., 94. 

Kerr, Frances Ann, 192; Robt. Elder, 86; 
Thomas, 192. 

Keysar, Edmund, 126 ; Eliz. Ann, 126. 

Killikelly, Wm., 94. 

King, Alexander, 59 ; Ann, 82 ; Eliz. Augusta, 
30; Eyare, 176; George Laurance, 138; 
Henry Peter, 124 ; Ida, 82 ; James W., 30 ; 
John E., 169 ; Joseph R., 138 ; Rebecca 
Frances, 138 ; Samuel, 22 ; S. W., 82 ; Thomas, 
22, 134 ; Wm. J., 82 ; Wm. John, 94 ; — , 114. 

Kingsland, Nathaniel, 153. 

Kirton, Ann, 111 (3); John. 34, 111 (2); Na- 
thaniel, 165 ; Richard, 116 ; —,111, 

Knight, Edmund, 16, 65 ; Eliz., 149 ; Mary 
Eliza, 16 ; Thomas Jos., 193 ; — , 149, 

Kopkee (Koplee), Jacob, 2. 



L , C. I., 144. 

L , H., 76, 

Lambert, Jane, 170 ; Ruth, 170 ; Simon, 170 

Susana, 170. 
Lambly, Patrick Nelson, 48, 
Lamego, Aaron, 206 ; Ester, 206, 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



217 



Laminpf, Edward, 184. 

Lamont, Bessie, 84 ; James D., 84. 

Lamplee, Alexander, 107 ; Robt., 107 ; Ruth, 107. 

Lang, Edward, 151 ; Kath., 151 ; Joseph, 151. 

Langlands, Alexander, 120. 

Lascelles (Lassels), Alice, 181 ; Dorothy, 49 ; 

Edward, 49 (2) ; Francis, 49 ; Mary, 49 (3) ; 

Sarah, 49 ; Thos., 49. 
Laurie, — ,91. 
Law, Peter, 48. 
Lawless, E., 109 ; John, 99. 
Lawrence (Lawrance), Eliz. Grace, 170 ; Eliza 

Wells, 99 ; Henry, 170 ; John Henry, 79 ; 

Lydia, 140. 
Lawson, Anna Maria, 63; Frances Ann, 139; 

James Francis, 63. 
Leach, Henry P., 71. 
Leacock, Rev. Hamble James, 90, 169 ; Jane A., 

173 ; John H., 173 ; John Henry, 173 (2) ; 

John Wrong, 169 ; Joseph, 48, 89 ; Rebecca 

Townsend, 169 ; Sam., 171 ; Wm. Parker, 89. 
Leao, Abraham de, 203 ; Danell Josuah, 204 ; 

Moseh Pereira, 199, 208 ; Sarah, 204 ; Sarah 

Ester Pereira, 199, 
Lear, 110. 
Lear, Alice, 110; Sir Peter, 110; Sir Thomas, 

110(2). 
Leard, Charles, 144. 
Leary. John, 34 ; Matthew, 34 (2). 
Le Blanc, T. E., 15, 109. 
Lee, Andrew Calvert, 74 ; Andrew Crichton, 

74 ; George, 47 ; Thomas, 47. 
Le Gay, Benjamin, 30 ; Eliz., 30 ; Jacob, 30 ; 

John, 30 ; Kath., 30. 
Legg, Edward. 88. 
Le Hunt, Alex., 88. 
Le Neve, — , 117. 
Lenoir, Isaac, 87 ; John, 87. 
Lernouet, Adrian Lernouet, 32. 
Leslie, 187. 
Leslie, John, 193 ; John, Baron of Balquhain, 

187 ; Rev. Wm., 187. 
L'Espinasse, Editha, 39 ; John, 39. 
Letob, Fonsada A. St. Ribca, 204. 
Leverezio, Jacob Abraham, 199. 
Levi, Jacob Joseph, 206. 
Lewes, Ann, 194 ; John, 194. 
Lewis, Isabella, 79 ; Rev. James, 191 ; John, 79, 

191 ; Maria Anne, 25 ; Rebecca, 191 ; Thomas, 

25 ; Wm. H., 192 ; durd, 134 : ssce also 

Louis. 
Lightbourn, Paul, 63. 

Lillingston, G., 179 ; George, 179 ; Margt., 179. 
Lindall, Abigail, 47. 
Lindsay, John, 95, 105. 
Littleton, Adam, 141 : Sir Adam, 141 ; Edward, 

141 ; Thomas, 141 ; Sir Thomas, 141 (2). 
Lopes (Lopez), Abraham, 207 ; Eliah, 207 ; 

Rachell, 207 ; — , 206. 
Loraine, Sir Charles, 10 ; Henry James, 10 ; J., 

15 ; Sir Wm., 10. 
Lord, Gabriel, 135 ; Sam. Hall, 164. 
Louis, 17. 
Louis, Elliot Grasett, 89, 91 ; Marion Crawford, 

91 ; Mrs., 17 ; Thomas, 17, 89; Sir Thomas, 

17, 89 ; — , 164 ; see also Lewis. 
Lousada (Loizada, Louzada), Aaron, 200 ; Aaron 

Baruh, 200 (2), 205, 206 ; Antonio, 198 ; 

David Baruch, 200 ; Eliau, 201 : Ester, 200 ; 

Ester Sarah, 206 ; Francis Clifford, Duke de, 

206 ; Frederick Baruh, 107 ; Isaac, 201 ; 



Isaac, Duke de, 200 ; Jacob, 201 (2) ; Jacob 
i Baruh, 205 ; J. B., 200 ; Jeremy Baruch, 200 ; 
I Moseh Baruh, 200; Ribcah, 205; Ribcah 
I Baruh, 201 (2) ; Sarah, 200 ; S. C, 200. 

Love, Clementina, 70 ; Nathaniel, 70, 
i Lo'vdl. 169. 
Lovell, Eliza, 87; Eliz. Went, 12; Phillip, 12 

(2) ; Robert, 12 ; Roger, 87 (2). 
Lowe, Joseph, 19 ; Sarah Scott, 19. 
Loivle (?), 136. 
Lowther, Gov., 10. 
Lucomb, Rosa, 54. 

Lyde, Allan, 26 ; Francis, 26 ; Jane, 26. 
Lydford, J., 15. 

Lynch, Anthony, 88 ; Hellenor, 87 ; James, 22 ; 
James Alsop, 23, 106 ; James Challoner, 22 ; 
Rowena, 22. 106 ; Sarah Eliz,, 106 ; Susannah, 
90 ; Walter Herbert, 24, 
Lyte, 124, 

Lyte, Bessie, 139 ; Jane, 124 ; John, 124, 128 ; 
Paul, 124 (2) ; — , 128, 139. 



M 



M , A,, 167. 

M , F. W„ 174. 

M , G., 129, 

M J., 167. 

M , J. B., 194. 

M , S. R., 86. 

M , Wm., 31. 

McAlpin, Charles, 62 ; Isabella St, Hill, 62 ; 

John, 62 (2) ; Marian, 62 ; Wm., 62, 
Macbreedy, John King, 93, 
McCabe, J., 15 ; Mary, 15. 
MacCann, Robert, 67. 
MacKay, Grissel, 173. 
MacKenzie, Harriet, 108 ; Sinclair, 108. 
McClean, Julian Wilkinson, 73 ; Marcus Byron, 

73 ; Maude Byron Chenery, 73 ; Wallace, 73, 
Maclear, John, 98, 

McClenahan, David, '46 (2); Eliz,, 46; Na- 
thaniel, 46, 
McCloud, Daniel, 181, 
McClure, Francis, 71 ; Samuel, 71. 
McCollin, E., 41. 
McConney, Sarah Eliz., 48. 
MacDermott, Geo., 35 ; Grace, 35. 
McDonald, Sarah, 58. 
McDougall, Duncan, 14 ; Lieut., 25. 
McGeachy, Forster, 136. 
McGlean, Geo. Mills, 68 ; Geo. Wilkinson, 68 

(3) ; Robert Arnott, 68. 
Mcintosh, Ann, 37 ; Thomas, 16, 37 ; — , 37. 
McKenzie, John Bissett, 68 ; Lieut., 68. 
McLaurin, Isabella, 50. 
M'Nemara, Mary, 29 ; Michael, 29. 
McNicol, Dugald C. F., 100 ; Jessie Maria, 100 ; 

Jessie Maria Bone, 95. 100 ; Mary E., 100. 
McOhlery, David, 79 ; John, 78. 
Macpherson, Hugh Eraser, 160. 
McQueen, Jas., 76 ; Wm., 76. 
McSwiney, Cath. Mary, 75 ; John, 75. 
McWilliam, John, 54 (2) : Martha E., 54. 
Malum, 157, 185. 
Mahon, James, 157, 185 ; Margaret, 157, 185 ; 

Michael, 157, 185. 
Maitland, Frederick, 123 ; Kath, Worsam, 123 ; 

Louisa, 123. 
i Mallins, J., 15. 

F F 



218 



MONtJMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 



Manley, Robert, 45. 

Manning-, Anne Cath. Rose, 91 ; Charles. 91 ; 

Chas, Jas.. 91 ; Eliz. Anne, 91 ; James, 91 (2) ; 

John, 91 ; T. J., 91 ; Wm., 91. 
Mapp, Constance Lessaline, 100 ; James, 167 ; 

Theodore C. G., 100. 
Marriage, Maria Ann, 74. 
Marsh, Armeiah, 53 : Cath. Clun. 70 ; Edward, 

53 ; Joseph. 53 (2) ; Rebeckah, 53. 
Marshall, Cath. Clun, 70 ; Ed. Henry. 78 : 

Henry, 70 ; Henry T.. 70 : John Henry, 70 ; 

Matilda, 70: Robt. Arthur, 78; Thomas 

Clarke, 45, 105 ; Wm., 177. 
Martin, Charles, 120. 
Martineau. Robert, 109. 
Martinez, Joseph, 98 ; Joseph Maria, 98 ; Mary 

S., 98. 
Mason, Anna Matilda, 128; John Phillips, 

128. 
Massiah, Chas., 76 ; Christopher, 192 ; Chris- 
topher Henry, 188; Daniel, 204; Deborah. 

203 ; Frances, 76 ; Frances Charlotte, 76 ; 

Jahacob, 203 ; Sara, 204 ; Simhon, 204 ; — , 

205. 
Massie, Lieut., 25 ; Thos., 14. 
Mather, Robert, 75. 

Maverick, Eliz. Mary, 183 ; Samuel, 183. 
Maxwell, Miss, 20. 
Maycock, Catharine, 18 ; Dr., 150 ; Dottin, 18 : 

Jas. Dottin, 18, 19 ; John, 18 ; Sarah Scott. 

19. 
Mayer, — , 182, 
Mayers, Ann Gaskin, 79 ; Dorothy, 181 ; Gladys, 

189 ; James Benjamin, 181 ; Joseph Briggs, 

189 (2) ; Martha Ann Crichlow, 79. 
Maynard, 21. 
Maynard, Christian Mercy, 21, 186 ; Eliz., 186 ; 

Frances, 49 ; Rev. Geo., 21 ; Geo. Foi-ster, 21 ; 

Jonas. 21 (2), 186 ; Mary, 21 ; Wm., 21 ; — , 

21. 
Mead (Meade), Charlotte, 123; George, 123; 

Henrietta Constantia, 123 ; Kath. Worsam, 

123 ; Robert, 193. 
Medina (Medinah), Abraham, 198 ; Leah, 207 ; 

Selomoh, 202. 
Meel, Jane. 122 ; John, 122 ; Thomas, 122. 
Mellows, Benj., 194 ; Sarah, 194. 
Melvin, Ellin T., 81. 
Mendes (Mendez), Abraham, 201 ; Abraham 

Aron, 202 ; David, 201 ; David Jesurun, 200 ; 

Estep, 199 ; Isaac, 203 (2) ; Jacob, 199 ; Joseph, 

198, 199, 202, 203 ; Joseph Jessurun, 205 ; 

Joseph Ejael Yesurun, 199, 201 (4) ; Mose, 

198, 201, 204 ; Rachel, 201 ; Sarah Abigail, 

204 ; Selomoh, 204. 
Mends, Wm. Fisher, 102. 
Mercado, Aron, 199 ; David, 198 (2) ; David 

Raphael, 197. 206 ; Grace, 198 ; Isaac, 198 ; 

Moses, 198, 207. 
Merchant, John, 63 (3) ; Mary, 63 (2) ; Sarah, 

63. 
Merring, John, 2. 

Merrite. Charlotte Eliz., 80; Richard, 80. 
Meza. Isaac, 204, 207 ; Rachell, 204. 
Michell. Cha. Edw., 125 ; Emily Spooner. 125 

Geo. Elliott, 125. 
Millard, John, 70 ; Mary Forte, 70 ; Sarah, 70 

Sarah S., 166. 
Miller, Henrietta, 60 ; Jane, 43 ; Joseph, 43 

Thomas, 188. 
Mills (Miles, Milles), Caroline, 72 ; Edward 



Wm., 72 (2) ; John. 2 (3), 88 ; M. Mary, 2 

(3) ; Rachael Walcott, 72. 
Milne (Miln), David, 27 (2) ; John, 83 ; Rob., 

27. 
Mocatta, — , 206. 
Moe. Christian, 167 ; James, 167 ; Rev. John 

Brathwaite, 138 ; Loetitia, 167 ; Samuel, 167. 
Moffat, Eustace J. D., 95. 
Montefiore, Eleazar. 206 ; John, 105 (2) ; Judith, 

206 ; Mary Eliz., 105 ; Sir Moses, 206. 
Montgomery, George, 75 (2). 
Moody, John, 2, 86. 
Moore, Ann, 32 ; Dorothy Frere, 1 ; Edward 

Henry, 1 : Francis Henry, 1 ; Mary, 43 ; 

Robert, 5, 43 ; Samson, 100 ; Wm., 1. 32, 43. 
Morgan, Millicent, 135 ; Septun, 135 ; T., 15. 
Moriarty, G. A., 87 ; G. Andrews, jun., 28 ; 

Mr., 38. 
Morris. Ann, 52 ; John. 52 ; Mary, 161, 182, 

183; Mr.. 87; Richar.l, 110; Robert, 183; 

Sarah, 52, 110 ; Tho., 36 ; Wm., 182 ; — , 36. 
Morrison. Ann Christian, 62 ; Samuel, 62 ; Wm., 

1.53. 
Morskyn, 136. 
Morton, Sir Fra., 4. 
Mose, Francis, 31. 

Moseley, Henry, 39 ; Mrs., 39 ; — , 39. 
Mount, Frances, 23 ; Henry, 23. 
Moylan, Charles, 95. 
Muller, Sta. Ribca, 204. 
Munro, John. 78 ; Mary Ann, 78. 
Murray, Annie, 94,129; Annie Bruce, 24 ; D. 

M., 26 : Gilligan, 47 : Henry Holder, 47 ; 

John Holder, 47 : Keturah Shepherd, 26 ; 

Sarah, 47 ; Wm., 24, 26, 94, 129. 
Murrow, Ann Mary, 58. 
Myers, 19. 
Myers, Christopher, 8. 22 ; James, 8 ; Mary, 8 

(2), 22 ; Wm., 19 ; Sir Wm., 8. 



N 



N , R., 196. 

N , T. A., 81. 

Nahamyas, Mosseh Haym, 200. 

Naish, H. F., 73. 

Namia, Fonsado Rahael, 201 . 

Namias, David, 207. 

Navarro (Navaro). Aaron, 201, 207; Judith, 

207 ; Samuel, 207. 
Neale, Alfred. 120 (2) ; John Corbett, 120. 
Netherway, John, 87. 
Newman, Ann. 52 ; Gabriel, 52, 87. 
Newton, Eliz., 113 ; John, 113. 
Niccolls, M. E., 192. 
Nicholls (Nichols), Benj., 49 ; Eliz. Colly ns, 

49 ; Frances, 23 ; John, 23 ; John Frank, 5, 

23; Kath., 132; Margaret Chase, 49; Thos. 

Chase, 49 ; Thos. Grainger, 49 ; Wilhelmina 

Eleanor, 49. 
Nicholson, John, 195 ; Rev. Mark, 195. 
Nicolav, — , 198. 
Nightingale, Jos. Thos., 73. 
Niles, Jane, 36. 
Noake (Noke), Charles, 160 ; Margarita, 160 ; 

Richard, 160. 
Nollekens, — , 125. 
Norie, J. A., 95. 
Norman, John, 14 ; Lieut., 25. 
Norvell, Elizabeth, 153. 



li^BEX NOMlNUlVt. 



219 



Noy, Hester, 207 ; Isace, 207. 

Nubold, Eliz., 87 ; Richard. 87. 

Nunes, Ann, 108 (2) ; Jacob Franco, 205 (2), 

207; Luna, 205; Philenah, .108 (2); Wm., 

107 (2), 108 (2). 
Nurse, Rev. Bryan 'J'aylor, 22 ; Eliz. Ann, 22 ; 

James, 40 ; James N., 165 ; Joshua Billings, 

128 ; Louisa Ann, 40 ; — , 91, 128. 
Nutt, Mary E., 71. 
Nuttall, Henry I., 120. 



Gates, George, 50 ; Hannah, 50 ; Mary, 50. 

Obediente, see Abudiente. 

O'Brien (O'Bryen), Connor Joseph, 161 ; James 

Power, 161 ; John, 56 ; John Doyle, 105 ; 

Mary, 56. 
O'Halloran, H. D., 104 ; Mary Rivarola, 104. 
O'Keeffe, Daniel, 61. 
Oliphint, Charles, 36. 
Olton, Albert, 60 ; Charles M., 184 ; Durban 

Frederick Jennings, 22 ; Eliz, Ann, 22 ; 

Ernest, 51 ; Honor, 51 ; Josiah Llewelyn, 77 ; 

Margaret, 60 ; Marg. Ann, 77 ; Mary, 60 ; 

Mary Cath. Moore, 60 ; Michael, 77 ; Ormond 

G., 184 ; Richard Thomas, 60; SamueL 60 ; 

Sam. Perry, 60 (4) ; Thomas Wm.. 60 ; Wil- 

helmina, 60 ; Wm., 60. 
O'Neal. Eliz., 57 ; Robert, 57 (2) ; Rob. Gordon, 

57 ; Rob. Wm., 57. 
Orderson, Eliz., 149; Frances. 11, 12: Isaac, 

12 ; J. E., 149 ; J. W., 12 ; Mrs., 12. 
Orme, Jas. Thomas, 96; John Thomas, 101. 
Osborne, — , 179. 
Ostrehan, Elvira, 21 ; Joseph, 21, 82 ; Joseph 

Duncan, 21 ; Louisa, 21 ; Mary, 108 (2). 
Oughterson, Arthur, 37 ; Mary, 37. 
Owen, John, 29. 
Oxley, Sarah, 1 ; Wm., 1. 



P L, 167. 

P W., 167. 

Pacheco (Pachego), Dynah, 201 ; Jacob, 201, 

207 ; Rebecca, 201, 207. 
Packer, Edward, 154; Eliz., 74; Ellen, 14; 

James, 14 ; John, 74 ; John Cutting, 13 ; 

Martha, 13, 74 ; Thurbarne, 74. 
Padmore, Charles, 34 ; Samuel, 34. 
Pairman, ace Fairman. 
Palache, Mordecah, 207. 
Paleologus, Ferdinando, 191, 192; Theodore, 

191. 
Palmer, Catherine, 8 ; George, 64, 68 ; Louisa 

Matilda, 64. 
Palmes, B., 93 ; Bryan, 93. 
Panter, Edward, 145 ; John Leach, 145 ; Sarah, 

145. 
Papon, Capt., 88 ; Eliza, 88. 
Park, Jones, 3 1 . 
Parks, Lionel, 40. 

Parr, John, 66 ; Margaret Ann, 66 ; Mary, 66. 
Parris, David, 178 ; Edward Evan, 133 ; James 

Wm., 178 ; John, 178 ; Paul Carrington, 178 ; 

Susanna, 178. 
Parry, Rev. Henry Hutton, Bishop of Barbados, 

196 : Thos. P., 196. 



Parsons, E., 94 ; Eliz., 7. 

Partridge, Mary, 134 : Samuel Yard, 134. 

Pasfield, Geo., 168. 

Patterson, Theophilus, 90. 

Patton, George W.. 73. 

Paty, W., 137. 

Payne, Cath., 138 ; Frances Maynard, 49 ; Geo., 
138 ; Gillies, 20 ; Henry, 151 ; Jane Alleyne, 
59 ; Joseph Alleyne, 59 ; Richard, 167 ; Sarah 
Ann, 59 ; Susannah. 20 ; S. G., 151 ; Thomas, 
36 ; Rev. Wm. Maynard, 151 ; —,178. 

Paxton, J. W. L., 18. 

Pe , Arabella. 134 ; George, 134. 

Pearce, Edward, 27, 86 ; Henrietta, 114, 

Peers, 128. 

Peers, Eliz., 8 ; Frances, 7, 8 ; Geo., 128 ; Henry, 
124, 128 ; Hester, 7, 8 ; John, 7 (2), 8 ; Rich- 
ard, 7 ; — , 128 (2). 

Peirce, H. G., 83. 

Peleg, Bridget, 40 ; Gov., 40 ; Mary, 40. 

Pelham, Edward, 87. 

Pemberton, Ann, 41 ; Benjamin, 41 (3) ; Cathe- 
rine, 41 ; Frances, 41 ; Francis, 41 ; James, 
4; Peter, 41; Seymore Blanshard, 109; 
Susannah, 41 ; — , 193. 

Pemcll, 9. 

Pemell (Pennell), John, 9 (2) ; Susan, 9 ; 
Thomas, 9 (2), 

Perce, see Brace, 

Pereira (Perera), Abraham Lopes, 199 ; Isaac, 
207 (2) ; — , 206, 

Perkins, B. S., 151 ; Thomas, 42, 70. 

Perratt, 166. 

Perratt, Ann, 166 ; John, 166. 

Perry, Henry, 59 ; Salvina, 59 ; Samuel, 59 (2). 

Phibbs, Ormsby, 92, 104. 

Phillips, 169. 

Phillips, Abel, 12 ; Ann Sisum, 12 ; Edward T., 
98 ; EUz. Went., 12 ; John, 102 : John Ran- 
dall, 12 (2), 13, 114 (2), 169 ; Margaret Eliz. 
Randall, 114 (2) ; Mary, 135 ; Mary Anne, 
13 ; Mary Ann Cole, 114 ; Mary Johanna, 68 ; 
Mary Loretta, 68; Mrs., 12; P., 12; Peter, 
12. 13 ; Philip Lovell, 169 ; Rachael, 108 (2) ; 
Sarah, 98 ; W. L, C. 12 ; Wm, Wilson, 68 ; 
— , 108, 

Pickman, Abigail, 47 ; Benjamin, 47 ; Wm., 47. 

Pichring, 173. 

Pickring, Joseph, 173. 

Pierrepoint, Charles Kingston, 13 ; Charlotte, 
13 ; Thomas, 13, 37 (2). 

Piggott (Pigott), Eliz. Jane, 13 (2); Jean, 
177 (2); Joseph Mosely, 13; Joseph Thos,, 
116 ; Roger, 177 ; Sarah, 164 ; Thomas, 164 (2). 

Pilie (?), 44. 

Pike, Ann, 44 ; John, 44 ; Wm., 87. 

Pile, 146, 147. 

Pile, A., 147 ; Archibald Jones, 146 ; C, 147 ; 
E. R., 146 ; Geo. Clarke, 146 ; Geo. Laurie, 
146 ; Lawrie, 206 ; M., 147 ; Nathaniel Jones, 
146, 147 (2) ; R. Hampden, 85. 

Pilgrim, Dr., 136, 144 (2); Eliz., 10; Eliz. 
Alleyne, 129; John, 10, 29; Joseph, 10; 
Maria, 129 ; Mary, 194 ; Tho,. 10 ; — , 29, 

Pinfold, Gov., 177. 

Pinder, Anne Brathwaite, 191 ; Anne Isabella, 
191; Chas. Wm., 191 ; Eliz, Christian, 186; 
Eliz. Margaret, 191 ; Francis Ford, 186, 191; 
Harriet, 191 ; Rev. John Hothersall, 105, 191, 
196 ; Rev. North, 196 ; Timothy, 29 ; Wm., 
191 (2); Rev. Wm. Lake, 191. 



m 



^ONTT^ENTAL INSCRIPTIONS IN BARBADOS. 



Piper, Jolin, 15 (2), 97 ; Mary, 97. 

Pitcaim, Capt., 102 ; Harriet Emma Louis, 102 ; 

Mrs., 102. 
Pitcher. John, 72, 165 ; Sophia Mary Julia, 

72. 
Pitt, Thos., 50 ; — , 50. 
Piza, Abraham, 202 ; Ishac Israel, 202 : Israel 

de, 199 ; Sarah Simha, 199. 
Plackett, John, 67. 
Piatt, J., 15. 

Plunkett, Rose, 145 ; Wm., 145. 
Pollard, Eliz., 194 ; Emlin, 35 (2) ; John, 35 

(3) ; John, junr., 35 ; Mary, 35 (3) ; Samuel, 

35 ; Thomas, 35 ; Walter, 35. 
Poole, Ann, 183. 

Popham, Honora Alicia Lambart, 16 ; S. T., 16. 
Potts, Caroline Sophia, 97 ; Charles Hig'hmore, 

97. 
Poyer, Abel, 53 ; John, 53 ; John Poyer, 53 ; 

Sarah, 53. 
Povey, Ann, 51 ; Justinian, 51 ; Richard. 51 ; 

Susannah, 51 ; Tho., 51 (2) ; Wm., 51 (2). 
Prager, Charles, 99 ; Charles Eustace, 99 ; 

Eleanor, 99 ; Lilly Octavio, 99. 
Pratt, Dorothy, 157 (2), 191 ; Henry, 157 (3), 

191 (2), 196 ; James, 191 ; Sarah, 191. 
Preet, Jacob, 207. 

Prendergast (Prendegast), John, 14, 25. 
Prescod, Hannah, 130. 
Prettejohn, 126. 

Prettejohn, Augusta, 123 ; Charles, 123 ; Char- 
lotte, 123, 126 ; John, 123 (3), 126 (3) ; 

John, junr., 126 ; Laura, 126 ; Richard Wor- 

sam, 123. 
Price, John Banner, 40, 93 ; Lawrence, 113 ; 

Wm. Rt., 82. 
Prideaux, Bridgett, 87 ; Nich., 87 ; — , 193. 
Prior, Philip, 12. 
Pritchard, Clement Bowcher, 37 (2) ; Edith, 

71. 
Pyne, Rev. Wm. P., 104 ; Wm. Robt., 95, 104. 



Qay, Abraham, 207. 

Quintyne, Henry, 193, 194 ; Mary, 193. 



R 



R , E. B., 166. 

R R., 167. 

R , W., 176. 

Rachel, Joseph, 108. 

Rahael, Fonsado, 201 ; — , 201. 

Maimiford, 32. 

Rainsford. Edward, 31 ; John, 31 (2), 32. 

Ralston (Balston), William, 111 (3). 

Ramsey, Ann, 74 ; David, 161 ; Millesaint, 161 ; 

Nath. Thomas, 74 ; Samuel, 122. 
Ratchford, John, 42 ; Maria Sophia, 42. 
Raven, John, 53. 
Rawle, Rev. Richard, 195, 196 ; Susan Anne, 

195. 
Ready, Francis, 45. 
Rebin, Thos. Henry, 73. 
Redman, John, 87 ; Joseph Jones, 83 ; Reynold 

AUeyne, 115. 
Redwar, Ellen. 103 ; Rev. Hen. Russell, 103 ; 

Mary Rochford, 103. 



Reece, Bezsin, 20 ; Bezsin King. 19, 25 ; James, 

116 ; R., 116 ; Robert, 116 ; Sarah, 116. 
Reed, A. G. D., 192 : Geo., 189 ; Jane Ann, 97 ; 

Lucy, 189. 
Reeves, — , 113. 
Reid, Ann, 45 ; Sarah, 35. 
Reilly, Mathew, 95. 
Rennell, Sarah Eliz., 23 ; Thos., 23. 
Rezio, Ishack Levy, 199. 
Rice, Anne, 168 ; Edward Royds, 101 ; E. S., 

143 ; Henry, 95, 101 ; John, 168 ; Nicholas, 

168(3). 
Rich. Chas., 6 ; Edward, 6 ; Helena, 6 ; Robert, 

6 (4) ; Wm., 6 ; — , 6. 
Richards, Jane, 42 ; Judith, 42 ; Latimer, 42 ; 

T., 15 ; Walter W. H., 120. 
Richardson, John Mason, 48 ; Mehitabel, 48. 
Richmond, And., 14 ; Ensign, 25. 
Rickcords, George, 67 ; Jane, 67 ; William, 67. 
Rider, John, 179. 
Rifeson, Ishak Gabay, 199 ; Judith, 207 ; Sarah 

Gabay. 199. 
Roach. Clifford Aubrey, 14. 64 ; Harriot, 163 ; 

Jane, 163 ; Joseph Dudley, 14 ; J. W., 64 ; 

Joseph Waterman, 14 ; Mary Lowe, 64 ; Na- 
thaniel, 64, 163 ; Nathaniel Allan, 14, 64 ; 

S. R, 64. 
Roberts, Richard Francis, 69 ; Timothy, 158, 

185. 
Robertson, Dr., 67. 
Robinson, Aaron Sober, 51, 106 ; F., 15 ; Hester, 

194 ; Julia Sophia, 91 ; Mary, 106 ; R., 118 ; 

Sarah Eliz., 106 ; Sir Thomas, 18, 156 ; Wm., 

91, 106. 
Rock, Ann, 171 ; Eliz., 45 ; Rev. R. J., 45 ; 

Saml., 45. 
Rodrigus, Anthony, 207. 
Roger, John Henry, 184. 
Rogers, Henry, 166, 167 ; Mary, 166, 167. 
Rogerson, W., 19. 
Mof/£by, 157, 186. 

Rokeby, John, 157, 186 ; Katherine, 157, 186. 
Romayne, James, i09. 
Rolloch, Dorothy Griffith, 72 ; Wm,, 72. 
Rosbotham, James N., 97. 
Roscoe, Anne Mary, 121 ; Wm. Stanley, 121. 
Rose, Christian, 165. 
Roskruge, Wra. Hen., 99. 
Ross, Alethea Emma, 182 ; Col., 182 ; Eliz., 95 ; 

James Hamilton, 95 ; Kenneth Tolmie, 95 ; 

Maria, 95 ; Robert, 182. 
Rossi, C, 6, 10, 11, 16. 
Rous, 168. 
Rous, Eliz., 168; John. 168 (3); Mary, 168; 

Samuel, 168 ; Thos., 168 (2) ; — , 193. 
Rowe. John, 68 ; Rev. Thomas, 77. 
Rowlatt, Tho. Pat., 120. 

Rudder, David, 183 ; Eliz., 183 ; Margaret, 183. 
Russell, Edward R., 54 ; Eliz. Ann, 54 ; Francis, 

179 ; Margaret, 54 ; Rich., 54. 
Rutherford, John Thos., 99. 



S 



S , A., 150. 

S , R, 66. 

S , T., 167. 

Saer, Elliot, 161 ; Jane, 161. 

Sainthill, Mary Jane, 171 ; Rebecca, 192. 

Salkeld, Thomas, 121 ; T. M., 73, 



iNtJteX NOMlNtAt. 



^21 



Salmon, Joseph, 43, 125 ; Margaret, 43, 125 ; 

Sarah, 125 ; — , 174. 
Salter, 125. 
Salter, Margaret, 125 ; Rebecca, 123, 125 ; 

Timothy, 125. 
Sample, Agnes, 58 ; James Rich., 58 ; Rich., 58. 
Sandford, John, 35 ; Sarah, 35 (2). 
Sandiford, Alexander, 6 ; Eliz., 151, 153 ; 

Hendry, 151 ; Rob., 153 ; Wm., 151, 153 (2). 
Sansum, Ann, 52 ; Samuel, 52. 
Sarah, Mordecah, 207. 
Sarjeant (Sarjent), James, 97 ; Jesse, 99. 
Savage, Thomazin, 27 (2) ; Wm., 27. 
Saverey, I. R., 70. 
Sawyer, Ann, 124, 131 ; Charles, 124, 131 ; 

Elizabeth, 131. 
Scantlebury, James Henry, 140. 
Scott, 1 10. 
Scott, Alex., 110 (2); Ann, 69; Henry, 167; 

James, 69; Jane, 110; Janet. 110; Mary 

Ann, 31 ; Wm., 31. 
Scudamore, Dorothy, 130 ; Mary, 130 ; Richard, 

130, 
Seale, Alex., 64. 
Seals, I. I., 174. 
Sealy. Ann Isabella, 187 ; Evan McGregor, 

187 ; John, 187 (2) ; Sir John, 188, 192 ; Lulu, 

188 ; Wm., 187 ; — , 193. 
Seawell, 113. 

Sea well, Eliz., 113 ; Richard, 113. 

Sedgwick, Dr., 134 ; — , 134. 

Senhotbse, 159. 

Senhouse, Edward Hooper, 159, 164 ; Eliz. 

Bishop, 159 ; Eliz. Ward, 164 ; Humphrey, 

164 ; James Lowther, 164 ; Joseph, 164 ; 

Sarah Ward, 164 ; Wm., 164. 
Senior, Hannah, 199 ; Joseph, 199, 207. 
Serana (Saraiva), Jael. 203, 207 ; Joseph, senior, 

203. 
Shanahan, Sarah E., 55. 
Sharp, 9. 

Sharp, Eliz. Georgina, 114 ; George, 114 ; Hen- 
rietta, 159 ; Henrietta Pearce, 114, 186 ; 

Sarah, 114 ; Sarah Henrietta, 114 ; Wm., 9 

(2), 114, 186. 
Sha7v, 27. 
Shaw, Eliz., 27 (2); Maria, 114; Richard P., 

114 : Thomas, 27 ; Wm., 27 : — , 27. 
Sheafe, John, 37 ; Mary Ann, 37 ; Walker, 

37. 
Shene, Joseph, 181. 
Shepherd, Anna W., 177, 178 ; Dorothy, 25, 26 ; 

Geo. Thos., 177, 178 ; James, 25, 26 (2), 30 ; 

Lucy Hellen, 177; Margaret Kedslie, 177; 

Thos. Harrison, 30. 
Sheriff, Chas. Eugene Douglas, 103 ; Chas. 

John Walker, 103 ; Henrietta, 103 ; Jane, 

103 ; Thomas, 103. 
Sherwood, Joseph, 88. 
Shetterden, Drax, 124 ; Eliz., 124 ; Henry, 124 ; 

Thos., 124. 
Shilston, Cath. Ann, 55, 106 ; Theodore Max- 
well, 106 ; Thomas W., 55 (2), 106. 
Shipton, H. M., 15 ; Henry Noble, 16 ; Rev. 

John, 16. 
Shire, Rev. Richard, 135. 
Shuffler, J. T., 154 ; Percy Sinclair, 154. 
Sidney, 42. 

Sidney (Sydney), Ann, 42 ; Wm., 42 (2). 
Sim, J., 17. 
Simon, Hester Bar, 207. 



Sinckler, E. G., 90, 150, 168, 174 ; Jas. W., 90 ; 
Maria Jane, 90. 

Simmons, Henry Peter, 165, 180 ; L, 165 ; Mary 
Anne, 165 ; Wm. Octavius, 80. 

Simmons-Anderson, — , 165. 

Simpson, William, 120. 

Sisnett, Margaret Harb 81 ; Rev., 

130. 

Sisum, Ann, 12 ; Miss, 12 ; Mr., 12. 

Skeete, 168. 

Skeete, Agnes, 158 ; C, 179 (2) ; Edward, 47, 
158; Eliz., 47 (2); Elise, 151; Francis, 47, 
158; Henry Bishop, 151, 168; Rev. Henry 
Brathwaite, 168 ; John, 158 ; John Brath- 
waite, 158 (2) ; Margt., 194 ; Reynold, 
194. 

Skinner, Allan O'Neal, 151 ; Christian, 72 ; 
Dorothy Griffith, 72 : Edmund, 149 ; Eleanor 
Clifford, 151 ; Eleanor Jane, 151 ; Elise, 151 ; 
Frank Leslie, 151 ; Isaac, 151 ; Isaac Walrond, 
151, 168 ; Jane Lambert, 72; John Seymour 
Sainsbury, 151 ; Mary E., 85. 

Smith, Alice, 61 ; Sir Alfred Lucie, .50; Ann, 

53 ; Anna, 50 ; Catharine Sims, 16 ; Rev. E. 
Lisle, 164 ; Rev. Edward Parris. 196 ; Eliza- 
beth, 86 ; Ellen Eliza, 50 ; Ephraim, 179 ; 
F. B., 151 ; F. Bonham, 89 ; Henrietta, 82, 
165 ; Howard Young, 193 ; Isabella, 50 ; Ja., 
35 ; John, 41 ; John le Messurier, 51 ; John 
Lucie. 50; Letitia Maria, 167; Rev. Lisle, 
167 ; Miss. 151 : Nathan. 97 ; Richard Henry, 
193, 196; Roger, 61 (2); Wm., 16, 50; Sir 
Wm. Fred. Haynes. 50 : W. H., 165 ; Wm. 
Pool, 151 ; — , 86. 

Smitten, Eliz. Martha, 175 ; Kath., 175 ; Mary, 

175 ; Richard, 175. 
Soarez, Selomoh Rodrigues, 201. 
Sober, Abr. Cumberbatch, 145 ; Cumberbatch, 

42 ; Eliz. Jennett, 145 ; Hope-lilletson, 145 ; 

John, 145 (5) ; Jennett, 145 : Judith, 145 ; 

Robt., 145; Samson Wood, 145; Sarah, 42; 

Thos., 145. 
Sommerville, Judith, ,84. 
Soper, John Bliss, 60. 
Sousa, Abraham, 207. 
Sjjarhe, 143. 

Sparke, Eliz., 143 ; Joannes, 143 ; Wm;, 143. 
Spencer. James, 14 ; Lieut., 25. 
Spiar, Tho., 144. 
Spooner, Eliz. Bishop, 159 ; Hannah, 131 ; John, 

131, 159. 
Springer, Frances E. Hawkesworth, 145 ; Hitti- 

bella, 145 ; Thos. Johnson, 145. 
Spry, Lewis, 50 ; Mrs., 50 ; Wilhelmina, 50 ; 

Wm., 50. 
Stamford. Earl of, 151. 
Standfast, John, 144 (2). 
Stanton, Sara, 79 ; Wiltshire, 79. 
Start, John Leander, 42 ; Maria Sophia. 42. 
Stede (Steed), Dr., 194 ; Edwya, 88. 
Stephenson, Geo., 28 ; Mary, 28. 
Stevenson, Emily, 79 ; John, 74. 
Stewart, Alexander, 74 ; Rev. — , 156. 
Storey, Wm., 148. 

Stoughton. Rose, 145 ; Tho. Anthony, 145, 
Straghan (Straughn), E., 41 ; P., 41, 
Straith, Major, 50. 
Straker, Frances, 54 ; John, 54 ; Thomas James, 

54 ; — , 54, 108. 
Strickland, H. C, 18, 

Stuart, Ann, 53 ; John, 53 ; — , 182. 



222 



MONtJMEKTAL INSCRIIPTIOKS IN BARBADOS. 



Surtees, V. A., 93, 104. 

Swain, Comy.-Genl., 77 ; Marg. Ann. 77. 

Swaris, David, 207. 

Symons, John, 109. 



Taggart, —,121. 

Tancock, Eliz. A., 75. 

Taylor, Bryan, 165 ; Roland C. 192 ; Samuel, 

37. 
Terrill, Edward Brace, 50, 

Tho , Charles, 43 ; Susannah, 43. 

Thorn, Aunt, 69. 

Thomas, 38. 

Thomas, Ann, 45, 63 ; Anthy. Henry, 124 ; Eliz., 

149; Hannah, 38 (2); John, 45 (2), 101; 

John Pilaro . t, 34 ; Lynch, 63 ; Mary, 45, 

149 ; Sarah, 39 ; Stephen, 38 (3) ; Wm., 4, 45, 

183 ; — , 108, 
Thompson, 177, 186. 
Thompson, Christopher, 157, 186 ; Edward, 177 ; 

Jane Anne. 184 ; Katherine, 157 (2), 186 ; 

Samvell, 177. 
Thornborough, Dr., 6 ; Geo., 87 ; Helen. 6. 
Thorne, 89, 187, 
Thome, Benjamin, 58 ; Caroline, 105 ; Eliza S., 

85 ; Eliz. Jemmett, 38 ; Elvira Cox, 85 ; 

Emma Louise Jane, 89 ; Henry Albert, 89 ; 

Hen. Edward, 89 ; H. A , 187 ; John, 38, 187, 

190 ; John Shafe, 187, 190 ; Joseph, 28, 105 ; 

Rebecca Eliz., 187, 190 ; Sarah Jane, 38 ; 

en J. Harris, 38 ; — , 91, 

Thornhill, 176. 

Thornhill (Thornehill), Eliz., 176 ; Eliz. S., 

124 ; Isaac, 176 ; John, 176 : Lady. 9 ; Philippa, 

27 ; Susanna, 176 (2) ; Thomas, 27 : Sir 

Thomas, 9 ; Thomazin, 27 ; Timothy, 124, 

176 (2) ; — , 142. 
Thorpe, Alice, 144. 
Thurbarne, Eliz. Anne, 91. 
Tierney, John, 67. 
Tinoco, Selomoi, 198. 
Todd, S. K., 62. 

Toosey, Frances. 12 ; Mary, 12 ; Wm., 12. 
Toppin, Eliz. S., 190; Ino L., 190; Mehetable 

Morris, 160 ; Miles, 160 ; Robert Pilgrim, 160. 
Torres, .Ann Worrell, 60 ; Mr., 60. 
Torez, Judicah, 207. 
Tovey, Margaret, 4, 
Trant, Maurice, 87 ; Richard, 87. 
Trench, Le P., 93. 
Trent, Auco, 141 ; Era. Onslow, 145 ; Judith, 

145. 
Trent-Stoughton, Harrison Walke John, 145 

(2) ; Rose, 145. 
Trimingham, John Francis, 67 (2) ; Sarah Ann, 

67 ; Warwick George, 67. 
Trollope, F. C, 164 ; W. H., 206. 
Trot, Samuel, 63. 
Trotman, B., 46 ; Eliz., 127 ; Eliz. Ann, 133 ; 

Eliz. P. W., 133 ; Henry, 127 (2), 133 (3) ; 

John Warren, 133 ; Joseph, 133 (2) ; Simon 

Lee, 133 ; Susannah, 133 ; Tho., 127, 133 ; 

Tho. Clarke, 127 (2), 133 ; Wm., 118. 
Trusler, Ann, 131 ; Jacob, 131 ; Mercy, 131, 
Tryon, Rowland, 87 ; Susannah, 87, 
Tudor, Tho., 44. 
TuU, S, E., 96, 
Tunckes, Thomas, 88. 



Tur , — , 34. 

Turner, Edwd. L. Disney. 121 ; Eliz. Augusta. 

122; Fredk. Morse, 121; H. A., 121 (.3); 

Hen. John, 95 ; R. Mathilda S., 121 ; Wilton 

Geo., 122. 
Turpin, Sarah, 116, 
Turton, Hen. Thos., 76. 

Turney, John, 56 ; Lucretia, 56 ; Wm. M., 56, 
Tyues, Aunt Thom., 69 ; J. N., 69 ; Jno. W., 24. 
Tyler, 96. 

Tyler, Geo. Henry, 180 ; John, 96, 102, 
Tyley, J., 127. 



TJ 



XTmphrey, Edward, 65 ; Eliz, Ann, 65 ; George, 



Vale, Ishac do, 202 ; Jacob Fonseco, 207, 

Valpy, Dr., 54. 

Valverde, Ab., 198, 199. 207; Jael, 198, 199; 

Moseh, 199 ; Riscah, 198 ; — , 205. 
Vaughan, Robert, 87 ; — , 184, 193. 
Venables, James, 120. 
Verfenstein, Caroline, 97 ; Joseph, 97, 
Veren, Nath., 47. 
Vines, Richard, 87. 
Vinor, Samuel, 87. 
Vulliamy, Colwyn, 132 ; Lilian, 132 ; Lilian 

Isabel Dydogu Mary, 132. 



W 



W , C. 167, 

W , K., 167. 

Wade, — , 149. 

Wadeson, 40. 

Wadeson, Eliz., 40 (3) ; Samuel, 40 (5). 

Wadlow, John, 87. 

Wadsworth (Wadworth), Jane, 28 ; John, 28. 

Waite, Edward, 85 ; Sarah, 85. 

Waith, Eliz., 186 (2) ; John, 186 (2) : Susannah 
Moll. 186. 

Walcott (Walcot), Agnes D., 118, 119; Frances 
Caroline, 48 ; Margaret, 58 ; Rachel Frances, 
181 ; Robert Bowie, 181. 

Waldrun, 107. 

Waldron, Anthony, 107, 

Walke, Tho., 145. 

Walker, Eliz. Ann, 103 ; James, 103 ; Wm., 151. 

Walley, George, 93, 98 ; Julia, 93, 98 : Kat., 93, 
98. 

Walrond, 112. 

Walrond, Ann, 38 ; Anthony, 38 ; Caroline 
Frances, 48 (2); Eliz., 112; Frances Caro- 
line, 48 ; Francis Henry, 85 ; H., 46 ; Mabell, 
38 (2) ; Nathaniel, 38 (2) ; Tho., 8, 112 ; W., 
65 ; Wm., 48 ; , , , , ascom. 47 ; . . . . m, 47 ; 
— , 115, 133, 193, 

Walter, Eliz, Christian, 148 ; Malinda, 148 ; 
Richard, 136 (2) ; Thomas, 148, 172, 

Walters (Watters), John, 47. 

Walton, Thomas, 80, 

Walmyn, 143. 

Walwyn, Jacob, 143, 

Wanton, 28. 



INDEX NOMINUM. 



223 



Wanton. Edward, 28 ; Ruth, 28 ; Wm., 28. 
Ward, 4. 

Ward, Agrnes, 4 ; Espine, 109 ; Sir Henry, 11 ; 
Henry T., 4 ; Joseph 4 ; Maria, 14 (2) ; Maria 
Jane, 14 ; The, 4 ; Wm., 14 ; — , 109. 

Wurdall, 182. 

Wardall. Robert, 182. 

Wamep, J. J., 109. 

Warner, Aucher, 91 ; Sir Thomas, 87. 

Wan-en, 43. 

Warren. Robert, 43 (2) ; Susannah, 43 ; Thomas, 
43 ; Wm., Lncien, 131, 

Waterman, Joseph, 157 ; — , 116. 

Watson, Benj. L., 70 ; John, 70 : Mary. 20 (2) ; 
Mary G., 70 ; Sarah Christian, 20 ; Thomas, 
.55 ; Wm., 20, 172 (2). 

Watts, Francis, 36. 

Wayles. William, 45. 

Webb, Rev. Wm. Thos., 195. 

Webster, Frances R., 53 ; Rowland, 53. 

Weekes, Frances Maynard, 49 ; Nath., 49 (2), 
160 ; Nath. Sims, 160 ; Ralph. 49. 

Welby, Sir W. Earle, 50; Lady Wilhelmina, 
50. 

Wellington, Duke of, 25. 

Welman, William, 120, 

Welsh, Eliz., 55 ; John, 55 ; Mary, 55 ; Thos., 
55. 

West, Ann, 32; Sir Benjamin, 128; Edward, 
32 ; Eliz. Ann, 32 ; Kath., 32. 

Wharton, Rev. Thos., 37. 

Wheeler, Thos. Honer, 104 ; Wm., 87. 

Whetstone, John, 87. 

White, Eliz., 29 ; Henry, 33 (2) ; Margaret, 33 
(2) ; Millicent, 163, 167; William. 167. 

Whitecote, Thomas, 174. 

Whitelock. Bulstrode, 29 ; John, 29 ; Mary 
Lewis. 29. 

Whitfield. John F., 74 ; John Freer, 74. 

Whitfoot, Thomas, 173. 

Whitla, George, 73 ; Wm. John, 73. 

Whitney, Margaret, 72 ; Samuel, 70, 72. 

Wildey, Eliz., 46 ; Mary Sarah Lake, 46 ; Rich- 
ard, 46. 

Wilee, Ann, 131 ; Robert, 131 ; Valentine, 
131 (2). 

Wilkey, Wm. Henry, 60. I 

Wilkinson (Wilkingson), Charlotte, 165 ; Doro- 
thy, 180; Francis Anne, 165; Jonas, 165; 
Wm., 180. 

William, King of England, 136. 

Williams, Ann Gaskin. 31 ; Frances, 62 ; Henry, 
96,101,121; James Thomas, 133 (3); Mar- 
garet, 140; Margaret Eliz., 133; Margaret 
Smith, 133 ; Robert, 121 ; Thomas, 92 ; — , 
178. 

Willing, Charles, 142 ; Eliz. Hannah, 142. 

Willoughby. Cholmeley, 1 ; Dorothy Frere, 1 ; 
Eliz., 42 ; Henry, 87 ; John, 15, 55 ; Lord, 
153 ; Mary Ann, 15 ; Mary Clarke, 55 ; Tur- 
pin, 183. 

Willy, Roland, 140. 

Wilson, Charles, 191 ; Eliz. Margaret, 191 
Fleetwood Thomas Hugh, 57 ; Harriet, 191 
Henry, 35 ; James Thos., 98 ; John, 98, 191 
Lieut. -Col., 98 ; Mark, 97 ; Wm., 82. 

Wiltshire, Mary, 26 ; Garet, 26 ; Ri., 26 : — , 
206. 

Winter, Eliz., 182 ; George, 72 ; John, 182 ; 
Leonard, 72 ; Mary, 182 ; Sophia Mary Julia, 
72 ; Wm. Bassell, 65. 



Winterbottom, J., 93 ; John, 103, 104 ; Pene- 
lope, 93, 104. 
Winton, R. de, 93. 
Wintour, Edward, 161 ; Jane, 161. 
Withers, Mary, 5 ; Tho., 5. 
Wood, H., 175 ; Jean, 177 ; Judith, 42 ; Samson, 

42 (2); Sarah, 42; Thomas, 177; W., 15; 

Wm.. 120; — , 14, 16, 115. 
Woodhridge, 137. 
Woodbrid'ge, Ann, 134 (2), 135, 137 (2) ; Rev. 

Dudley, 134, 135, 137, 170; Ruth, 170. 
Woodin, John, 31 ; Mary, 31 ; Samuel, 31 (2), 
Woodward, — , 140. 
Woolcott, John Rowden. 13. 
Woolford, Ann, 36 (4) ; Dorothy, 36 ; Eliz., 36 ; 

Rebecca, 36 ; Robert, 36 ; Thomas, 36 (3) ; 

Walter Hyde, 36. 
Worm, R. J., 39. 85 ; R. M., 39 ; Sydney, 39 ; 

— , 178. 
Womum, Catherine, 24. 
Worrell, 179. 

Worrell, J., 178 ; Jonathan, 179. 
Worsam, Kath., 123 ; Rich., 123. 
Wrong, John, 47. 
Wyatville, Ann, 12 ; Geo. Geoffrey, 12 ; Jeffrey, 

12. 



Ximenes, — . 206. 



Ydana, Abraham, 198; Jacob, 198; see also 
Idanha. 

Yeamans, Eliz., 194; Frances, 117; Sir John, 
117 ; Mary, 32 ; Robert, 32. 

Yearwood, Chas. Edward, 90 ; Mrs. Graham, 
91 ; H. Graham. 174 ; John, 90 (2) ; John 
Davidson Dalrymple, 90 ; John Kelly, 176 
John Washington. 81 ; Mary Olive, 90 
Muriel Olive Rose, 90 ; Sam. Thomas, 80 
Susannah, 90 ; Wm*. Rich., 90. 

Yeats (Yate), Margaret, 4 ; Marv, 4 (2) ; Rich- 
ard, 4 ; Robert, 4 ; Thomas, 4 (2). 

Yellings, 38. 

Yellings, Eliz., 38 (2) ; John, 38 ; Mary, 38. 

Young, Astley Ann Cooper, 160, 161 ; Bryan 
Taylor, 22, 63 ; Charles Edwin, 94 ; Charles 
Lewis, 94 ; Eliz., 159 ; Eliz. Ann, 22 ; Joseph, 
42 ; Lewis, 159, 161 : Marianne Charlotte, 
160. 161 (2): Mary, 159, 161; Mary Edith, 
94 ; Mary Eliz., 161 ; Nathan, 159, 161 ; 
Nathan Lewis, 159, 160 (2), 161. 



No Surname. 

— , Alexr., 41. — , Ma., 45, 

— , Ann, 193. — , Sara, 205, 

— , Christr., 62. — , Sir Thomas, 7. 

— , Elspe., 41. — , Zela, 198. 

— , Francis, 193. . , , , mew, E., 29 ; Hen- 

— , Garrett, 86. ry, 29. 

— , Hester, 7. odri. Ester, 202. 

— , John, 86. okeley, Ag., 97 ; 

— , John Thomas, 101. Thomas, 97 ; — , 97. 

— , Josephine. 82. .... pster, Cap., 129. 

— , Judah, 203. ton, Elinore, 35. 

Arms without name, 150 (2), 186. 



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