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HANNAH MOORE, WIFE OF ROBERT SMITH, ESQ., OB. 22d SEP. 1846, AET. 64.
NEAR THIS SPOT LIE INTERR'D, WILLM. CUMMING & JAMES WADDELL MRS. MARY DUNBAR WADDELL RACHAEL CUMMING WADDELL, & MARY ROSE 1826.
JOHN EDWARDS, OB. 8th JANY. 1863, AET. 39. ERECTED BY HIS WIDOW.
ANN TINLING, OB. 12th JANY. 1791, AET. 50; ALSO HER DAU. & GR.DAU.
SARAH FRANCES GEDDES, WIFE OF ALEXR. GEDDES, & ELDT. DAUR,. OF THE LATE THOS. WM, HORLOCK BORN, 6th APRIL, 1802; DIED, 15 JANY. 1840.
FRANCES ELIZA NELSON, 3d DAU. OF THE LATE DR. WM. F. NELSON, DIED OF YELLOW FEVER, 29th OCT. 1841, AGED 19.
ARTHUR MARSHALL, SON OF JAMES MARSHALL, & HELEN HIS WIFE, OB. 3 NOV. 1841, AET. 2.
MISS REBECCA STEUART ....AET. 54 YS. 2 MTHS. DIED 16th MARCH, 18.....
MISS ELIZABETH CORRELL, OB. 16th SEP. 1852, AET. 36.
MARY CAMPBELL, OB. 3d FEB. 1767, AET. 22.
JOHN GRAHAM MC KAY, NAT, 28th DEC. 1776 0B. 12th SEP. 1779. ALSO HIS MOTHER, MARY MC KAY OB. FEB. 7th, 1706.
JOHN FISHER, ESQ., OB. 9th AUGT. 1841, AET. 58.
BENEATH THIS STONE ARE DEPOSITED THE MORTAL REMAINS OF A CLERGYMAN, WHOSE NAMES ARE IN THE
LAMB'S BOOK OF LIFE, &C. 1849.
Crest, An arm in armour, embowed holding in the hand a cross crosslet.
NEAR THIS PLACE ARE, DEPOSITED, THE REMAINS OF MARGARET ELIZABETH BAKER, DAUGHTER OF JOHN PROCULUS BAKER, ESQ., AND ANN SUSANNA, HIS WIFE. THIS LAMENTED INFANT WAS BORN THE 6th OF NOVR. 1778, AND DIED THE 23d OF NOVR. 1779.
JOHN READ, ESQ. OF KINGSTON, OB. 28th AUGT. 1822, AET. 4 YEARS, 7 MONTHS.
MISS SUSANNA G. COX, AN AFFECTIONATE & ENGAGING CHILD, DEPARTED
THIS LIFE 13th MAY, 1822, IN HER SEVENTH YEAR.
THE BODY OF BENJAMIN HEAD, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 28th DAY OF MARCH, 1753, AGED 55 YEARS.
HERE, LYETH THE BODY OF SAGE HARRIS, WIFE OF OF DOCTR. NICHS. HARRIS, OF LEGUANEA, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE, FEBY. 12th, 1713/14, ALSO, MARY HARRIS, HIS DAUGHTER, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE, SEP. 22, AGED 2 YEARS, ALSO, THOMAS HARRIS, HER SON, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE, DECEMR. 7 th, 1736 AGED 29 YEARS.
HERE LYETH INTERRD, THE BODY OF DOCTR. NICHS. HARRIS, OF LEGUANEA, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE, DECEMR. 18, 1736, AGED 57 YEARS. HE LIVED IN THIS ISLAND 44 YEARS, AND WAS ESTEEMED A MAN OF VIRTUE & PROBITY.
Sculpture; a Rose, Escallop, and Hour Glass.
HERE LIETH INTERR'D, YE BODY OF JOHN MARTIN, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE, THE 27th OF DECEMBER, 1710, AGED 32 YEARS. HERE LIETH INTERR'D, THE BODY OF FRANCES MARTIN, THE WIFE OF YE SAID JOHN MARTIN, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE, THE 16th OF SEPTEMBER, 1714, AGED 31 YEARS. ALSO THEIR TWO SONS AND THREE DAUGHTERS.
Arms, 10 crosses crosslet (4, 3, 2, and 1): impaling, three bendlets, a chief erm.
HERE LIETH INTERR'D THE BODY OF RICHARD MOORE MERCHANT, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE YE 29th OF JULY, 1738, AGED 29 YEARS AND SEVEN MONTHS.
GEORGIANA JOHNSON LYNCH, WIFE OF JOHN LYNCH, ESQ., OB. 23 JUNE, 1832, AET. 40 WM. HYLTON, ESQ., OB. 20th FEB. 1837, AET. 88. GEORGIANA, NAT. JUNE 28, 1811, OB. 13th OCT. 1819; MARY, NAT. 15 OCT. 1814, OB, 16th OCT. 1819; JULIA, NAT. 13th MAY, 1819, OB. 30th MARCH, 1822; LAWRENCE.... CHILDREN OF ELIZABETH & JOHN HYLTON.
THE BODY OF .... JOHN WADE .... JULY, 1807..
CHRISTOPHER WARD..AGED 78 YEARS..0B. SEP. 9th, 1798.
CORNELIA, WIFE OF CAPT. WM. STUBBS, BORN AT GRAND TURK'S ISLAND,
27th MAY, 1828 ; DIED DECR. 8th, 1860.
MISS JANE DANIEL.... 11 th MARCH ............
MISS CLARISSA HENRY, OB. 21stNOV. 1819, AET. 48....
MARY BLOOM, OB. NOV. 1802, AET. 25 ......
JAMES MASSI, DIED FROM THE CHOLERA, 20th NOV, 1850, AET. 39 ...... ERECTED BY HIS WIFE SARAH.
CHARLES C. PRESCOTT, OB. 10th MAY, 1855, AET. 36. ALSO, MRS. JOHANNA PRESCOTT, OB. 21 JUNE, 1841, AET 57.
MARY COCKBURN, RELICT OF THE LATE WILLIAM TITLEY, OB. 5th MARCH, 1857, AET . 57.
NEAR THIS.......LYES THE RE......AGNES ROB.... DAUGHTER OF ALEXANDER AND JEAN ROBINSON OF THIS PARISH, DIED OCT YE 14th, 1756, AGED 2 YEARS AND 7 MONTHS.
ANN, DAUR. OF ROBERT & MARTHA FRANCES STOKES, OB. 10 DEC. 1816, AET. 3 YEARS & 5 DAYS.
CHARLES HOPE KERR, OB. 31 DEC., 1840, AET. 23.
SEE " Peerage."
FRANCES EVES, WIFE OF CHRISTOPHER, LORD-BISHOP OF JAMAICA, DIED APRIL 27th, 1825, IN THE 30th YEAR OF HER AGE.
"HEU FUGAX SICUT FLOS ANTGEL"
CHRISTOPHER, THE FIRST BISHOP OF JAMAICA, OBIIT PRID. NON. APRIL, IV., ANNO DOM. MDCCCXLIII., AETAT LXI, EPISCOPAT. XIX.
DR. CHRISTOPHER Lipscomb was educated at New College, Oxford; B.A. 1804, M.A. 1811, B.D. 1824, D.D. 1824. He was appointed first Bishop of Jamaica, on the erection of that see, in 1824. He married Anna Maria, daughter of Francis Eves, & relict of Ebenezer Pope. This lady was first married (second wife) to the Honble. John Coventry, son of the sixth Earl of Coventry, who died 12th Nov., 1829 (?).
SARAH, THE WIFE OF ALEXR. FORBES, ESQ., OF KINGSTON, DIED JULY 17th, 1823, AGED 33 YEARS.
TIMOTHY D. C. SHARPE, OB. 31st MAY, 1845, AET. 40.
JOHN FISHER, ESQ., OB. 9th AUGUST, 1845, AET. 58.
MISS ANN BROWN TYRELL, DAUR. OF JOSEPH EYRE, ESQR., OB. 8th JUNE, 1835, AET. 20.
WILLIAM JUNOR, ESQR., OF EDINBURGH, LATE MANAGER OF THE BRANCH OF THE COLONIAL BANK, IN THIS ISLAND, OB. 9th MAY, 1853, AET 63.
JOSEPH BARTON PHIPPS OB. 30th JUNE, 1793, ALT. 30 Y., 1 M., 29 D.
JOHN PHIPPS, DIED 9th MARCH, 1798, AGED 29 Y., 8 M., 5 D.
SACRUM MEMORIAE JACOBI TOWNSON ARMIGER, IN HAC INSULA MERCATORIS QUI POST VITAM BENE PERACTAM DECESSIT CONJUX AMANS, BENEVOLUS PATER, FIDELISSEMUS AMICUS FAMILIAE PARITER AC SODALIUM. AMOR
MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 255
ET DELICIAE OBIIT DIE OCTAVO MENSIS JULII, AERAE CHRISTIANAE, MDCCCXLVII ANNUM AGENS LX1I QUAE EST ENIM VITA? EHEU! VAPOR EST AD MODICUM PARENS DEINCEPS EVANESCENS! VIATOR A MOMENTO, PENDET AETERNITAS.
HIC SITUS EST, QUI FUIT, SAMUEL ALEXANDER, HUJUS PAROCHIAE MEDICINAE STUDIOSUS, VIR HOSPITALIS, ALACRIS ET URBANUS IN DELICIIS AMICIS DECIDIT EX HAC VITA, DECMO. SEPMO. NOV., ANNO DOM. 1716, ANNO AETATIS, TRIGESIMO PRIMO ILLE OBIIT SED NON OBIIT, SOLUM ILLE FACETUS RISUS OBIT GRATIA LUSUS OBIT.
WILLIAM TITLEY, LATE MERCHANT OF KINGSTON, OB. 5th NOV., 1851, AET. 70. ERECTED BY HIS CHILDREN.
Red Granite Obelisk.
WILLIAM MCINTYRE, OB. JULY 1st, 1853, AET. 22.
MARIANNE WILLIAMS, WIFE OF JOHN JAMES VIDAL, ESQ., OB. 25th JANUARY, 1857, AET. 26.
CHARLES ASTWOOD PAINE, OB. 28th JANY., 1858, AET. 2 YRS. 11 MTHS.
THOMAS GEORGE SHORTLAND, ESQR., POST-CAPTAIN IN THE NAVY, & H. M.'S COMMISSIONER AT PORT ROYAL, OB. 23d NOVR., 1827, AET. 57.ALSO, HIS DAUGHTER, ELIZABETH SHORTLAND, OB. 25th NOVR., AET. 25.
Arms, Gules, an inescutcheon, argent. In chief, three birds close : impaling, azure, an eagle displayed, argent. Crest, Over an esquire's helmet, a bird close. Motto, " Nec sorte nec fato." The impalement in the engraving is transposed.
ERECTED BY THE 2d BATTN. 60th RIFLES, TO THE MEMORY OF LIEUT.-COLONEL AUGUSTUS FREDERICK ELLIS, SECOND SON OF LORD SEAFORD, WHO DIED IN THIS ISLAND IN COMMAND OF THAT REGIMENT, 16th AUGUST, 1841, AETAT. SUAE 41.
Arms, Quarterly; 1 & 4, [or], on a cross sable, five crescents [argt.] ; 2 & 3, gules, on a bend, [argt.], 13 trefoils, slipped vert.] impaling, argent, a shake fork [between 3 fleursdelys] sable. Crest, A goat's head erased. Motto, " Non modo sed quo modo." (A Sarcophagus.)
VIDE Burke's " Peerage," voce " Howard de Walden." The family of Ellis was originally from Wrexham, county Denbigh, and it is asserted, in the Peerages of Lodge, Burke, and De Brett, that John Ellis was a colonel in the army at the taking of Jamaica, in 1655, and married Grace, sister of Wm. Nedham, Speaker of Assembly. But these statements are incorrect, as there was no officer of that name and rank in Venable's force. A John Ellis, captain in 1685, was Member of Assembly in 1688, and many years subsequently. He settled on the estate known as " Ellis' Caymanas," and was buried ist Sept., 1706, being then, according to the Parish Register of St. Catherine, a " maiger." It was his eldest son, John, who married Elizabeth Grace Nedham. The son of the latter was Chief-Justice George Ellis, who introduced the valuable Guinea grass into Jamaica. Charles Rose Ellis, elder son of the Chief-Justice, was created Baron Seaford 15th July, 1826, and died in 1845, when his elder son, Charles Augustus (in right of his mother, Baroness Howard de Walden),succeeded.
Lord Seaford's younger son, Augustus Frederick, married 25th June, 1828, a daughter of Sir David Cunynghame, Bart., and died Lt.-Colonel, of the 60th regiment,* as above stated in his epitaph. See Peerage, " Howard de Walden."
ERECTED BY THE 2d BATTN. 60th RIFLES, TO THE, MEMORY OF LIEUT-.COLONEL CHARLES MARKHAM, FIFTH SON OF WILLIAM MARKHAM, ESQ., OF BECCA HALL; WHO DIED IN THIS ISLAND, IN COMMAND OF THAT CORPS, ANN. AETATIS SUAE 39, 1842.
Arms, Per fesse, or; and azure, in chevrons, a demi-lion rampant: impaling, gules, a cross moline ... in dexter chief an escallop. Crest, A winged lion, holding a lyre. (A Sarcophagus.)
HERE LIES THE BODY OF MR. JOHN CARTER, MERCHANT, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 24 th DAY OF APRIL, IN THE YEAR OF OUR, LORD, 1731, IN THE 40th YEAR OF HIS AGE.
Arms. A cross moline, on a chevronel ...... three buckles ... Crest, Over an esquire's helmet, a demi-eagle, wings displayed.
HERE LYES THE BODY OF WILLIAM CUMMING, ESQ., WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE DECEMBER THE........., ...24, AGED 63 YEARS.
Old and much effaced.
"King's Royal Rifles"one of the corps d'élite of the British army.
DANIEL BRIDGES, JUNIOR, OB. 21 AUGT., .... AETATI (Si) 29.
MRS. SARAH WATT, OB, 3 MARCH, 1837, AET. 56.
SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF JAMES CORNE POWNELL, ESQ., PROPRIETOR OF SILVER HILL PLANTATION............... ONE OF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JAMAICA, AND A MEMBER OF THE HONORABLE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON THE 4th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1821 AGED 49 YEARS.
MRS. RACHAEL LAWFORD, DIED 10th MARCH, 1785, AGED 60 YEARS.
A large Mausoleum, containing the coffins (lead and cedar) of two adults and a child. *
This family was connected with the Caymanas. (The above is on the coffin-lid.)
MISS MARY W. WILSON, OB. MAY 7th, 1806, AET. 7.
MISS HENRY WILKINSON, OB. 13th SEP., 1807, AET. 30 y., 8 M., 17 D.
ELLEN MARIA, ELDT. DAUR. OF GEO. & ELLEN MATILDA FISHER, OB. OCT. 29, 1859, AET. 20 YRS., 4 MTHS.
FANNY SUSANNA GROOM, OB. 2d NOV., 1845, AET. 1 Y., 17 D.
MR. JOHN CROSS, OB. FEB. 10th , 1808, AET. 66.
CHARLES POULTON HICKS, NAT. 16th APL., 1832, OB. 25th SEPT., 1850.
GENERAL WILLIAM ANNE VILLETTES, OB. 13th JULY, 1808, AET. 54.
AML. RICHD., SON OF THE REVD. S. JOHNSON, OB. 9th SEP., 1830, AET. 8 MTHS.
LIEUT. HENRY BERESFORD, 2d BATTN. 60th RIFLES, DIED AT UPPARK CAMP, 16th NOVR., 1841, IN HIS 29th YEAR.
SEE "Peerage," voce Waterford.
*N.B. A circular pane of glass had been placed over the latter's face, so that it could be viewed after death.
MAJOR-GENL. SAMUEL LAMBERT, OB. 4th JANY., 1848, AGED 62 WHILE IN COMMAND OF H. M.'S FORCES.
ANNA MARIA, WIFE OF JAMES WALLACE, OF KINGSTON, ESQR., OB. 5th JANY., 1854, AET. 31 ALSO, CHARLOTTE BROOKS, HER SISTER, OB. 25th SEP., 1833, AET. 21.
JAMES BECKETT SHEPPERD, OB. 7th SEP., 1798, AET. 55. (ERECTED BY HIS WIDOW.)
JOHN HOWLETT, ESQ., LATE MERCHANT OF KINGSTON, OB. 12th NOV., 1826, AET. 45. ELIZA, HIS WIFE, OB. 6th JANY., 1826, AET. 39.
PETER MCQUHAE, ESQR,, COMMODORE OF THE 2d CLASS, & CAPTAIN OF H.M.S. "IMAUM," DIED OF YELLOW FEVER, AT PORT ROYAL, JUNE 9th, 1853.
MAJOR HENRY BOONE HALE, & SARAH, HIS WIFE.
JAMES RUTHERFORD, OB. 29th MAY, 1791, AET. 59. JOHN RUTHERFORD, ESQ., HIS NEPHEW, OB. 5th APL., 1816, AET. 68. JEANETTE, DAUR. OF JOHN R., OB,. 6th OCT., 1819, AET. 19.
ELEANOR, WIFE OF DAVID DUNCOMB MARCH, OB. 7th SEPTR., 1786, AET. 37. ALSO, THEIR YOUNGEST SON, BENJAMIN DUNCOMB, OB. 1st OCT. FOLLOWING, AET. 11 MONTHS.
CAROLINE BROUGHTON, WIFE OF THE REVD. G. B. BROOKS.
MRS. LUCIA ANDREWS, OB. JULY 13th, 1801, AET. 88.
HERE LIETH MRS. FRANCIS WILLIS, OB. 4 th DEC., 1804, AET. 72.
ALICIA, ELDEST DAUR. OF WM. HACKETT, INSPR. GENL. OF HOSPLS.
BATHIA, YOUNGEST DAUR. OF ALEXR. BARCLAY, RECEIVER-GENL, OB. 10th FEB. 1849, AET. 15 YRS.
M0NUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 259
THOS. MORTON, ESQ., OB. 16th JULY, 1817.
PRISCILLA, WIFE OF FRANCIS CLARK, OB. 29th DEC., 1816, AET. 53. FRANCIS CLARK, MEM. OF ASSLY., OB. 31st JULY, 1830, AET. 65.
WM. STAKER CARVER, CLK. OF VESTRY, OB. 3d SEP., 1846, AET. 51.
BERNARD MAHON, SPECIAL MAGISTRATE OF VERE PARISH, &C. OB. DEC. 23d 1845, IN HIS 36th YEAR.
ANDREW LUNAN, ESQ., MAGISTRATE, OB. 14th APL., 1831, AET. 52.
JOHN SATCHELL, ESQ., OB. 11th OCT., 1830, AET. 50. ANN SATCHELL, HIS WIFE, OB. 24 JULY, 1845, AET. 52.
JAMES FALCONER, ESQ., OB. 5th MARCH, 1828, AGED 69.
JOHN ROSE, BORN 31st OCT., 1846, DIED 7th JULY, 1856.
WILLM. MATTOCKS, ESQ., AET. 74, OB. 20th FEB., 1835.
CAPTAIN DANIEL PRING, ROYAL NAVY, OF IVEDON PENN, IN THE COUNTY OF DEVON, ENGLAND, WHO FELL A VICTIM TO THE CLIMATE, AT PORT ROYAL, WHILE FILLING THE, POST OF COMMODORE OF THE JAMAICA STATION, 29th NOV., 1846, AGED 59 YEARS.
MASTER CALEB LOUIS LITTLEJOHN, DIED 5th DEC., 1818, AGED FIVE YEARS.
SELINA FANNY WETHERALL, WIFE OF FREDERICK AUGUSTUS WETHERAL, LT.--COL. 1 W. I. R., BORN AT BANGALORE, 17 NOV., 1827, MARR1ED AT MONTREAL, 29th AUGT., 1848, DIED AT PORT ROYAL, 26th APRIL, 1850.
FREDERICK GEORGE NUTTALL CLARKE, ESQ., MAJOR 3d W. I. REGT., DIED AT (sic) JAMAICA, 21st OCT., 1861, AET. 31. (ERECD. BY HIS WIDOW.)
CECIL CHARLES, INFANT SON OF CHARLES HERRIES JONES, OF THE NAVAL YARD, PORT ROYAL, OB. 29th JUNE, 1855, AET. 10 MONTHS.
CAPTAIN SAMUEL MORRISH, WHO DIED WHILST IN COMMAND OF H.M.S. "IMAUM," AT PORT ROYAL, 30th SEPTR., 1861, AGED 47.
CHARLES LE POER, INFANT SON OF D. P. FRENCH, ESQ., OB. 12th OCT., 1861, AET. 1 Y., 4 M.
CHRISTIAN ELLA, DAUGHTER OF ALEXR. & ANN CAMPBELL, OBIIT MAY 31st, 1860.
CHA. MITCHELL JOPP, OB. SEP. 8th, 1861, AET. 56.
MARY ANN FANNY AGNES JOPP, OB. 30th JULY, 1862, AET. 7 MTHS., 8 DAYS.
GEO. JAS. MACQUEEN, ESQ., COLLR. OF TAXES, OB. 14th FEB., 1859, AET. 65.
THE HONBLE. RICHD. CUSSEN BURKE, MEMBER OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL & LEGTE. COMMTEE., & CUSTOS ROT. OF METCALFE, OB. 8th AUG., 1860, ALT. 198, & 39 YRS. A RESIDENT.
ROBERT MUNROE HARRISON, FROM VIRGINIA, OF THE AMERICAN NAVY, CONSUL FOR THE U.S., OB. DECEMBER, 1857, AET. 70 YRS., 1 MONTH, & 10 DAYS.MARGARET, HIS WIFE, OB. 17th DEC., 1857, AET. 70 Y., 1 M., 10 D.
ELIZA. JAMES, INF. DAUR. OF ROBT. & ELIZA TAYLOR, BORN 4 APRIL, 1843, DIED 8th AUGT., 1846.
CI GIT, EDMOND BEGEL, NE AUX CAYES LE 3 NOVEMBRE, 1818, DECEDE A KINGSTON, JAMAIQUE, LE 14 NOV 1850, AGE DE 32 ANS.
CHARLOTTE OLIVIA, LAST SURVIVING DAUR. OF THE LATE CAPT. CHANDLER 17th LANCERS, & MARGARET, HIS WIFE, BORN IN THE CITY OF GLOUCESTER, 3d AUGT., 1832 DIED AT PORT ROYAL 7th APRIL, 1860.
LT. VINCENT WELLS, R.A., WHO DIED AT UP PARK CAMP, FROM THE EFFECTS OF AN ACCIDENT, MARCH 24 , 1862, AET. 22.
HERE LYETH THE BODY OF MUSGRAVE YEAMANS, ESQ., LATE OF THIS PARISH, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE JULY THE 1lth, 1728, AGED 36 YEARS HERE ALSO LYETH THE BODY OF HIS MOTHER, MARY ELLICOTT, WHO DE-
PARTED THIS LIFE JUNE THE 10th, 1722 ALSO, HER DAUGHTER, MARY ELLICOTT, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MAY THE 25th, 1708 HERE ALSO LYETH THE BODY OF MARY YEAMAN'S, DAUGHTER OF MUSGRAVE AND ANGELINA YEAMANS, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE JULY THE 12th, 1720, AGED 4 YEARS & 4 MONTHS. HERE ALSO LYES THEIR SON, JOHN YEAMANS, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE SEPTR. THE 4th, 1723, AGED 2 YEARS. HERE ALSO LYETH THE BODY OF THEIR DAUGHTER, ANGELINA YEAMANS, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE JUNE THE 4th, 1723, AGED 5 YEARS.
YEAMANS of Bristol. Created baronet 12 Jan., 1665 : extinct 19 Feb., 1788. John, the first baronet, wedded in Barbados. By his second wife, Margaret, daughter of the Revd. John Forster, he had a son, Robert, father of 1. Robert, = Sarah, daughter of Jno. Trent, of Barbados ; 2. john,=Mary, daughter of (Judge) Alexr. Walker, of Barbados; 3. Philip,=Mary, daughter of Joseph Gibbs, of Barbados.
The author has not identified these two families as of common origin, but has no doubt of the connection.
JOHN EDWARDS, RECEIVER GENERAL, .... HERE BY HIS MOURNING WIFE, & FAMILY. HE DIED JANY. 18th, 1848, AGED 58.
ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, M.A., 45 YEARS RECTOR, DIED ON THE 8th DECR., IN HIS 81st YEAR.
CHARLES HAMILTON BATTEN, B.A., OF ST. JOHN'S COLL., CAMBRIDGE, OB. 14th NOV., 1852, AET. 26.
WILLIAM BEARD MOSS, WHO DIED ON HIS 24th BIRTHDAY, AT THE RESIDENCE OF HIS COUSIN, AUGUSTUS MILES, ESQ., MOUNT MOSES, ST. ANDREW'S PARISH, BORN 15th DEC., 1839, DIED 15th DECR., 1863 4th SON OF Wm. MILES MOSS, & ESTHER, HIS WIFE, BOTH OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND.
MR. THOMAS NIMMO OB. 8th FEB., 1774 (ERECTED BY HIS NEPHEW, ROBERT STEWART.)
TO THE MEMORY OF ROBERT NIMMO, OF EDINBURGH, WHO WAS BORN 22d MARCH, 1741 .................
The rest obliterated.
HERE LIETH THE BODY OF ELIZABETH CHURCHILL, WIFE OF MAJOR-GENERAL CHURCHILL, OB. 12th MARCH, 1820.
HUGH MACHLACHLAN, OB. AUGT. 22d, 1826, AET. 37 YRS., 2 MTHS.
DONALD CAMPBELL, ESQ., OB. 29th OCT., 1859, AET. 58. ALSO, HIS CHILDREN, SARAH FIELDING, & JOHN, AN INFANT.
Arms, Campbell,* on the mast of a galley. Crest, A boar's head.
JAMES HARTLEY, OB. 14th MARCH, 1861, AET. 38.
FRANCES DAVIES, OB. 7th JULY, 1810, AET. 43 (LEAVING BEHIND HER SEVERAL CHILDREN)
MR. EDWD. NEWLAX, D, OB. 19th NOV., 1850, AET. 29.
JOHN DONALD, OB. 22d SEP., 1798, AET. 50. ALSO, HIS SON, DONALD, OB. 30th SEP., 1798, AET. 9.
MR. HENRY HARGREAVES, OB.23d JANY., 1729, AGED 63 YRS ALSO, ANN HARGREAVES, DAUR, OF SAID HENRY, & ELIZABETH, OB. 27th OCT., 1717, AET. 8. ALSO, MRS. ELIZABETH HYDE, WIFE OF EDMUND HYDE, ESQ., & RELICT OF
MR. H. HARGREAVES, OB. 21st JUNE, 1735, AET. 55.
WILLIAM TINKER, ESQ., AN EMINENT MEDICAL PRACTITIONER, OB. FEB. ......, 1817, AE'T. 72. ALSO, MRS. SERENA HESELTINE, OB. 3d DEC., 1822. JUST 18 YEARS A VIRGIN TRUE, AND 17 DAYS A WIFE, SHE BADE HER WEEPING
FRIENDS ADIEU, AND BREATHED HER LAST OF LIFE , ALSO, ANDREW BARCLAY, OF KINGSTON, DRUGGIST, UNCLE OF THE ABOVE, OB. SEP. 22d, 1829, AET. 58. SUSANNA BARCLAY OB. MAY 23d, 1857, AET. 86.
Arms, Argent ; two chevronels, gules. On dexter can ton, gules, a spur. Crest, A tower.
WM. JNO. JAMES, ESQ., ATTY.-AT-LAW, OB. 16th NOV., 1821.
Crescent, for difference.
JOHN CAMPBELL, ESQ., OB. AT PORT HENDERSON, 3d SEP., 1820, AET. 57. ALSO, JAMES JOHN CHARLOTTE BARNES, & MARY, HIS CHILn., OB. INF. .ALSO, JOHN, HIS SON, OB. 4th APL., 1833, AET. 31.
MARY JANE POPE, DAUR. OF JNO. CAMPBELL, ESQ., & WIFE OF EDWD. POPE, ARCHDEACON OF JAMAICA, OB. MAY 27, 1834.
MARY DOROTHY, WIFE OF MAJOR OTTLEY, 2 W. I. REGT., & DAUR. OF THE REVD. CHARLES TOPPING, VICAR OF WEST BRADENHAM, IN THE COUNTY OF NORFOLK, WHO DIED, AFTER ONE DAY'S ILLNESS, 19th AUGUST, 1805, AGED 37. ALSO, OLIVIA CAMILLA DEVEREUX, NIECE OF MRS. OTTLEY, DIED 5th AUGT., 1803, AGED 17.
THE HONBLE. DAVID SHERIFF, OB. 4th SEP., 1805, AET. 54.
LIEUT. JAMES MCDOWALL, R.N., OB. 4th AUGT., 1827, AET. 34.
DR. BENJAMIN SILVERA, OB. SEP. 3, 1813, AET. 23.
ELINOR HENRY, DIED 30th MARCH, 1852, AET. 73.
ELIZA FRANCES, WIFE OF MAJOR LONGDEN, H.M.'S 33d REGT., DIED AT UP PARK CAMP, 22d OCT., 1823, IN HER 32d YEAR.
ADELEINE MARY, DAUR. OF MR. JAS. BROWN, OB. 18th MARCH, 1854, AET. 18 MTHS.
ANN JANE, DAUR. OF WM. JOHNSTON, ESQ., OF THE 65th REGT., & STEP DAUR. OF ALEXR. CHILD, ESQ., BARRACK MR., DIED AT UP PARK CAMP, 15th JUNE, 1835.
SUSAN EMILY, DAUR. OF JOHN GEGG, CLERK, BORN 6th DEC., 1844, DIED 17th SEP., 1845.
HENRY GRIFFIN, ELDEST SON OF JEREMIAH AND AGNES JANE LEAYGRAFT, NAT. I5th MARCH, 1851, & OB. 23d.
WILLIAM MARTIN JOHNSTON, M.D., ELDEST SON OF DR. LEWIS JOHNSTON, OF SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, DIED AT KINGSTON, 9th DEC., 1807, BORN, MAY 24th, 1754. ALSO, HIS 3 CHILDREN: JANE, DIED 1793. JANE, DIED 1794. ANDREW LIGHTENSTONE JOHNSTON, OB. DEC. 2d, 1806 ALSO, ELLA MACKGLASHEN ALYMON, DAUR. OF THE LATE WILLIAM BRUCE ALYMON, M.D., OF HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, OB. AT KINGSTON, FEB. 3 , 1843.
CATHERINE BROWN, OB. NOV. 16th, 1850, AET. 23 YRS., 25 DAYS.
EDWARD BAINBRIDGE THOMAS, ESQR., OB. 4 th JUNE, 1849.
WM. DANIEL, ELDEST SON OF FRANCES AMELIA & MARK MATTHEWS, ESQ., PAY-MR. 1 W. I. R., ACCIDENTALLY SHOT AT STONYHILL, SEP. 1st, 1845, AGED 5 YRS.
EMILY M. CLEMENTS, OB. 20th JANY., 1852, AET. 39.
HERE LYETH THE BODY OF SUSANNAH CASS, WIFE OF JOHN CASS, WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE YE 12th DAY OF FEB., 1730, AGED 23 YEARS, 10 MONTHS, AND 7 DAYS, WHO DIED IN CHILDBED.
ALICIA, DAUR. OF WILLIAM MACKAY, .... INSPECTOR-GENERAL OF HOSPITALS, IN JAMAICA.....................JANUARY , 184.........
On an Iron Plate.
On an Iron Plate, on a railing, bearing simply the name.
MRS. LUCIA ANDREWS, 13 th JULY, 1805, AET. 88
(Ab.) MRS. FRANCES WILLIS, OB. 4th DEC., 1804, AET. 72.
The author afterwards saw the tombstone in an office in Kingston. This was removed some years ago, but whether since restored to its place, the author is not aware.
The lady was the daughter of John Hodges, of Maxfield, by his first wife, Ann Blake, and married George Archer, M.D.
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