The Heraldry in the Churches of the West Riding of Yorkshire (1890s) by Rev. J. Harvey Bloom

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THE

HERALDRY IN THE CHURCHES

OF THE

WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE. |

BY THE

REV. J. HARVEY BLOOM, M.A.

PART I.

HemswortH : C. E. PrintEr & Pusuisuer, Cross HirLr.

1892.

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AUTHOR'S PREFACE.

As far as the Author is aware no systematic catalogue of Heraldic Insignia at the present time in the Churches of Yorkshire, has been printed. It is his object to supply this want, hence it follows that such facts as are recorded will take a catalogue form. The Churches, whether containing objects of Heraldic interest or not, will be found placed in alphabetical order, under their respective wapentakes, and where these are divided, as Osgoldcross for example is, a separate section will be given for both divisions. The position the arms, etc. occupy within or upon the building, furniture, or monuments, as well as the mode of treatment, whether carved, painted, or tinctured by lines, will be briefly described, and such description followed by any genealogical facts gathered from the monuments. Every coat of arms will be described once for each Church, and the name of the family to whom it pertains added in italics; if it should occur more than once it will be: referred to by this name alone. Wherever the tinctures are not upon the original, either from design or defacement, they are added in a note, and a letter indicating the authority placed immediately after; a list of authorities will be found at the commencement. In a few instances in the

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descriptions there is some reason to believe the original colour does not now appear, owing to the effect of weather and time; in these cases the proper tincture is added in a bracket. Those arms not to be found in the copy of "Burke's General Armoury," used for the purposes of the work, have a t+ placed after the name. A few Churches will have, in the same way, an * affixed. These the author has not personally visited, but has reason to suppose the information supplied to him is correct. In a few instances genealogical notes will be found printed in italics. These taken chiefly from " Foster's . Genealogical Works" are intended to illustrate the correctness of names assigned to the arms. In conclusion the author has to thank those who have so kindly assisted with their advice, and most of all the (Rev. C. Vale Collier, who has aided in correcting the proofs; and also Mrs. Vincent, of Hemsworth Lane Ends; the Rev. J. Hoyland, and others, who have placed valuable topographical works at his disposal.

HemswortH, 1892.

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ABBREVIATIONS.

or Gold. arg.-argent | ... Silver. az.-azure Blue. gu-gules Red. - vert. Green.

purp.-purpure ... Purple. sa.-sable Black.

erm. Ermine. ppr. Proper. chev. Chevron. engr. Engrailed. ramp. Rampant. pass. Passant. d. Died. m. Married. b. Born. s.p.-sine prole ... Without offspring. betw. (c. Between. h. Heir.

dau. ... Daughter.

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LIST OF AUTHORITIES

Usrp In PrEparaTION or THIs Work.

General Armoury. Sir Bernard Burke, 1845. B. An Ordinary of British Armorials. J. Papworth, 1854. P. ' Whitaker, Loidis, & Elmete, 1820. W.L. Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire. J. Foster, 1875. F. Hunter J., South Yorkshire, 2 vols. 1828-31. H.D.D. Visitation of York. Dugdale. Surtees Soc., 1859. D. Yorkshire Visitations, 1584-5, 1612. J. Foster, 1875. Walks in Yorkshire, etc. J. B. W. S. Banks, 1871. W. The History of the Town and Township of Barnsley, etc. R. Jackson, 1858. H.B. The History of Pontefract. G. Fox, 1827. H.P. Ditto B. Boothroyd, 1807. B.P. The History of Worsborough. J. Wilkinson. H.W. History of Cawthorne. Rev. C. T. Pratt. H.C. History of Knottingley, by C. Forrest, 1871. H.K, Yorkshire Archwological and Topographical Journal. A. & T.J. History of the Priory and Peculiar of Snaith, by Rev. C. B. Robinson, M.A., 1861. H.S.

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List OF SUBSCRIBERS FOR First Part.

Amherst, W. A. T., Esq., F.S.A., M.P., Didlington Hall, Norfolk. Armytage, Capt. Godfrey, The Court, Ackworth. Atkinson, Rev. H. S., M.A., Darrington, Yorks. Bateson de Yarborough, Hon. R., Heslington, York. Battie-Wrighton, W. Thomas, Esq., F.S.A., Cus- worth, Yorks., 2 copies. Blake-Walker, E. Esq., Tankersley Grange, Barnsley. Blomfield, Rev. A., M.A., Campsall, Doncaster. Bloom, T. H., Esq., London. Bloom, Miss, The Grove, Castleacre, Norfolk. . Bolton, Rev. J. B., L.L.B., Badsworth, Pontefract. Brown, Miss, Castleacre, Norfolk. Carr, Francis, Esq., Heslington, York. Christie, Rev. J. J., M.A., Pontefract. Collier, Rev. Carus Vale, B.A., Davington, Kent, 3 copies. Davis-Cooke, Philip B., Esq., Gwysaney, Mold, N. Wales. Egerton, F. E., B.A., Knottingley, Yorks. Fairbank, F. R., Esq., M.D., F.S.A., Doncaster. Fosdick, Richard, Esq., Rawcliffe, Yorks. Galway, The Right Hon. Viscount, Serlby Hall. Gascoigne, Mr. Joseph, Hemsworth. Halifax, The Right Hon. Viscount, Hickleton. Hatchard, F. S., Esq., Stapleton Park, 2 copies. Hopkins, H., Esq., Castleacre, Norfolk. Hoyland, Rev. J., Brierley Hall, Barnsley.

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Jalland, Rev. A. E., M.A., Woolley, Yorks. Jones, Mrs. H. L., North Elmsall, Pontefract. Jones, Miss, Badsworth Grange, Pontefract. Jones, Miss C. H., Badsworth Grange, Pontefract. Leatham, S. Gurney, Esq., Hemsworth Hall, Wakefield. ‘ Leatham, C. Esq., Wentbridge. Leigh, Miss M. H., Mersey Bank, Heaton Mersey. Mills, James, Esq., Beverley, Yorks. Norfolk, His Grace the Duke of, Arundel Castle. Pilkington, Sir Lionel, Bart., Chevet, Wakefield. Purey-Cust, The Very Rev. Arthur P., D.D., F.S.A., Dean of York, 2 copies. Sankey, Rev. E. H., M.A., Wragby, Wakefield. Sheffield Central Library. St. Oswald, Right Hon. Lord, Nostell Priory. Spencer-Stanhope, W., Col., C.B., Cannon Hall, Barnsley. Sykes, John, Esq., M.D., F.S.A., Doncaster. Tew, Thomas W., Esq., Carleton Grange, Pontefract. Thomas, Rev. C. E., M.A., Hemsworth, Wakefield. Thomas, George, Esq., Hemsworth, Wakefield. Terry, C. J., Esq., Ranmoor, Sheffield. Vincent, Rev. Matson, M.A., Great Ousebourne, Yorks Vincent, Mrs., Lane Ends, Hemsworth. Warde-Aldam, Mrs., Hooton Pagnell, Doncaster. Wellington, Rev. H. M., M.A., South Kirkby, Yorks. Wentworth, T. F. C. Vernon, Esq., Wentworth Castle. Wentworth, Godfrey, H. Esq., Woolley Park. Wharnclifie, The Right Hon. the Earl of, Wortley. Woods, Sir Albert, Garter King-at-Arms, London.

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WAPENTAKE

OF

OsSGOLDCROSS,

(Upper Division).

By PERMIssION TO THE

RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD Sr. OSWALD,

or Priory.

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ACKWORTH ALL SAINTS,

No Armoriaurs.

ACKWORTH ST. CUTHBERT.

1. On corbels supporting the chancel roof are carved the symbols of the Passion.

2. On an incised slab in the south aisle (see fig. W., p. 290), two shields. The dexter; two bars each charged with three mullets of six points, In dexter chief another for difference. (Hopton). The sinister; on a bend three owls. (Sevile). Orate pro aiabus Rogeri Hopton Militis et Anne Uxoris sui qui obierunt, anno dni. mcccccvi. Hopton, Yorks.; arg. two bars sa. each charged with three

mullets of six points or B., Savile Arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field. B.

Sir Roger Hopton, m. Anne, dau. of Sir John Savile, of Thornhill. F.

3. On a tablet south wall of south aisle, to John Turton, Esq., died June Ist, 1772, aged 77. Arms (painted) erm. ten trefoils four three two one slipped vert. (Turion).

Turton, of Larpool Hall, Yorks B). 4. On another tablet affixed to the west wall, to

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Edward, son of Edward Watkinson, M.D., died Decr. 27th, 1764, aged 22. (

Arms (painted) or; a fess betw. three mullets arg. B. of likley Co., York).

5. On a tablet on south wall to Robert, son of John Gully, of Ackworth Park, Esq., " who, after suffering the horrors and privations of shipwreck on the Island of Formosa, in the Brigg Ann, on the night of the 16th of March, 1842, in which vessel he was a passenger, was, together with the rest of the crew, taken prisoner by the Chinese, and suf- fered the greatest privations and hardships, which he bore with most exemplary fortitude, manly and cheerful resignation to about the 15th of August, when he, together with about 300 other British subjects, was most barbarously murdered in cold

blood by the Chinese authorities in the town of Ty Wan Foo," aged 28.

Arms, a fess raguleé betw. in chief two wolfs' heads erased, and in base a lion ramp. Crest on a wreath,

a stag's head betw. two laurel branches. Motto, VIX EA NOSTRA voco. (Gully t)

6. On a large mural monument in the tower, " Here | lieth | interred | the body of | Ralph and Robert Lowther | of Ackworth Park, Esq. | the sons of Sir John Lowther, Bart. | of Lowther, in West- moreland, by | Elizth., the daughter of Sir Ralph Hare | of Norfolk, Bart. | Ralph Lowther, Esq. had issue by Mary, his wife | the daughter of | Godfrey

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Lawson, of Leeds, Esq., a son | and eight daughters, and died | in the year 1724, aged 60. | Robert Lowther, Esq. died without issue | in the year 1720, aged 57. | Here likewise lie interred the bodies of | John Lowther, Esq., the only son of | Ralph Lowther, who died without issue | in the year 1729, aged 45 | and of Miss Dorothy Norton, grand- daughter of Mr. Ralph Lowther | and daughter of William Norton | of Sawty, Esq., who died | in the year 1729, aged 12 | Mary Lowther | the only sur- viving daughter | of Ralph Lowther, Esq. | caused this monument to be erected | in memory of these her | dearly beloved relations. |

Arms (painted, much defaced) Or six annulets

three two one sa. Crest, a griffin pass. sa. eared and langued gu. (Lowther, of Lowther).

7. On a tablet by the east wall of vestry to Frances, " the daughter | of the Right Hon. John Lord Savile, Baron | of Pontefract, wife to Thomas Bradley, Doctor in | Divinitie, Prebend of Yorke, Rector of this church | and chaplain to his sacred Majty. King Charles | the first; on the 30th of January, 1663, fell asleepe."

Two shields. A. held by an angel; a fess betw. three round buckles, in centre chief a crescent for difference, (Bradley) imp. on a bend three owls. (Savile). B (Bradleg). Uxorem servitur | Thomas Bradloeus | ad urnam

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coelum | animas cineres | hcec habit urna | suos | obit 3tio die Octobris an. dom. 1673. Bradley or. a fess gu. betw. three round buckles az. B.

-_ Savile, of Pontefract, arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field. F.

8. On- a slab concealed by the organ to « Mr. Godfrey Mason | son of Mr. Richard Mason | and grandson of the above Mr. Robert | Mason, who died . . of November, 1747." A chev. betw. three mullets, a chief indented ? (Mason +). A g. On two silver flagons (Lowther), a mullet for difference.

:o. On a silver gilt salver two bars and a chief indented (Hare). Hare gu. two bars and a chief indented or. B.

ASKERN ST. PETER,

No Armoriaus.

BADSWORTH ST. MARY.

In north aisle windows- 1. Arg. on a bend sa. three lozenges of the

field each charged with a saltire gu. (Urswick). 2. Arg. a. chev. az. a label of three points erm. (Swillington). 3. Arg. a lion ramp. purp? semeé of mascles

or (Heriforth t) 4. Arg. a lion ramp. purp. (Balderstone).

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5. Gu. two keys in saltire, in middle chief a crown or. (See of York). Imp. quarterly I. gu. two bars or. (Harcourt). II. and III. quarterly 1 and 4 az. two bars arg. (Venables). 2 and 3 arg. a fret sa. (Vernon of Sudbury). IV. or in fess three wheat garbs? (Vernon of Hazlington. Vernon Haresourt, Archbishop of York, 1808-1847.

6. On a monument to Rev. William Rawstorne, Rector of Badsworth, 1738-1790, d. Augst. 17th, 1790, aged 77. Arms, per fess arg. and gu. a tower triple towered or. Crest, a lion pass. guardant or. Rawstorne quoted incorrectly in P.

On a tablet in s.e. corner of n. aisle, to the Rev. Mr. William Entwisle, A.M., Rector, " who re-built ye parsonage house at his own charge," d. Oct. 7th, 1732, aged 41.

Arms, on a bend wavy three pierced mullets.

Entwesel, Arg. on a bend engr. sa. three mullets of the first, pierced of the second. B.

8. On a tablet north wall of north aisle, to William Rhodes, of Wentbridge, d. May 17th, 1777, aged 49. Elizabeth, his wife, d. at Armley House, near Leeds, Jany. 20th, 1816, aged 68.

Arms (carved and tinctured) on a bend sa. a lion pass. guardant or langued and armed gu. betw. two acorns slipped vert. (Rhodes). Rhodes arg. a lion pass. guardant gu. betw. two acorns in bend az. cottised ermines. B.

w

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9. On another tablet close to the last, two shields to John Pate Neville, d. Decr. 16th, 1817, aged 82, and Sarah, his wife, d. Nov. 16th, 1802, aged 51; also of their children, Sarah, d. Feb. 14th, 1797, aged 23; Cavendish, Capt. in the 3rd Regt. of Footguards, d. Dec. 4, 1802, aged 35; Joseph, d. at Plymouth Dock, Feb. 17th, 1803, aged 20; Martin, Master and Commander of H.M.S. Port Mahon, to which rank he was promoted for his gal- lant conduct whilst commanding the boats of the Durante Frigate in taking, by boarding the French Corvette La Chevrette, under the batteries of the Bay of Camaret, near Brest, on the night of July ist, 1801, d. at Honduras, August, 1803, aged 22; Samuel, Lieut. of H.M.S. Centaur, who volunteered in an attack on the Martinigue shore, Feb. 17th, 1804, in which he was killed, and buried with military honours at St. Lucie, aged 21. Erected by his sister Katharine. (See H.D.D., II., 442). Arms (carved) A. a saltire, a crescent in middle chief for difference (Neville). B. a fess betw. three dexter hands couped bendwise (Bate). Below; crest on a wreath, a bull's head erased.

Nevile, of chevet, arg. a saltire gu. Crest, a bull's head erased sa. F. Bate, sa. a fess betw. three dexter hands couped at the wrist and bendways arg. B.

ro. On a large mural monument south wall of

chancel. Here | lyes ye body of | Sr. John Bright, Barrt., son of Stephen Bright of Carbroke | in ye

county of Yorke, Esq. He married Catharine, ye

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daughter of | Sr. Richard Hawksworth, of Hawks- worth, Kt., and Relict of Wm. | Lister, of Thornton, Esq., by whom He had 3 children | one son | dyed young | John married ye Right Honble. ye Ladye Lucye Montague | daughter of ye Right Honble. Edw., Earle of Manchester, and dyed | wthout issue. - Katharine married Hen. Liddall, Esq., eldest son | of Sr. Tho. Liddall, of Ravensworth Castle, in ye county palatine | of Durham, Barrt., To whose second son ye said Sr. John Bright | be- queathed his Estate and Name. | His second Wife was Eliz., ye daughter of Sr. John Norcliffe of | Langton, in ye of York, Knt., by whom He had one Daughter | named Dorothy, which dyed young. | His third Wife was Frances, ye Daughter of ye above sd. Sr. Thomas | Liddall, and relict of Thomas Vaine, of Raby Castle, Esq. | His fourth wife was Susannah, ye Daughter of Michael Wharton, of | Beverley, in ye county of Yorke, Esq., who, out of her great | Reverence and Respect to His Memory hath erected this Monument | for Him. He was Baptized at Sheffield Oct. ye 14th, 1619 | and died at Badsworth ye 13th of September, 1688. (H.D.D. II., 442).

Arms (carved), the crest broken off and loose; p. pale a bend betw. two mullets (Bright). Imp. per fess. I. three hawks (Hawksworth). II. five mascles conjoined in cross a chief erm (NWorclife). III. fretty on a chief three leopards' heads (Iiddall) IV. on a chev. a martlet betw. two pheons (Wharton). Over

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all the badge of Ulster, mantled and surmounted

by a baronet's helmet. Crest (loose) a sun issuant from clouds.

Bright of Badsworth. P. pale az. and gu. a bend or. between a mullet in chief az. another in base of the 3rd. Crest, on a wreath a mass of clouds and issuant therefrom the sun all ppr. F. Hawksworth of Hawksworth, sa. three falcons arg. B. - Norcliffe of Langton, az. five mascles voided im cross or a chef erm. B. Liddall of Ravensworth, ar. fretty gu. on a chief of the last three leopards faces or. B. Wharton of Beverley, or on a chev. az. a martlet betw. two pheons of the field. B. In the east chancel window are angels bearing on shields, the instruments of the Passion.

BRAMWITH KIRK ST. MARY. Royal arms temp. George I.

BURGH WALLIS ST. HELEN. I. On a tablet in the chancel to George Anne, of Burgh Wallis, Esq., d. June 5th, 1785, aged 68, and Mary*® his wife, d. June 15th, 1816, aged 72, and their son George, d. July 27th, 1802. Arms (carved) on a bend three martlets. Crest, a woman's head couped below the shoulders, hair dishevelled (Anne). *His second wife, dau. of Robert Needham, of Hilston, gu. three bucks heads caboshed arg. attired or. F. but Anne, Northants, bore arg. on a bend sa. three martlets or. B. Crest, A woman's head couped at the shoulders, ppr. F. 2. On a slab incised with a cross fleurie marginal inscription and chalice.

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On a pale a pike's head couped and erect, in base a mullet for difference imp. a chev. sa . . f Hic Jacet Dominus Henricus Gascoynge quondam istius ecclesciz Rector qui diem clausit extremum xxvii. die mensis Decembris ano. dom. mcecccexl. cujus anime propicietur deus amen. (See H.D.D. 11. 486.

3. On a tablet in chancel to Nathaniel Sutton, Sacre Theologiz | Bachelaurus, hujus ecclesiz Rector, etc. Obiit octavo calend. Februarii mdeci. Anna uxor ejus filii Reverendi Ludovic: West Carliolensis Archidiaconi. (See H.D.D., II., 486. . ' Arms (painted) or. a lion ramp. az. langued gu. (Sutton) imp. arg. a fess dancetté betw. three leopards' faces sa. (West).

4. In the tower. The Royal arms temp. George III. (after Union with Ireland).

5. In a south aisle window. The instruments of the Passion.

CAMPSALL ALL SAINTS.

On a slab in chancel to John Cooke Yarborough, of Campsmount, Esq., d. at Dawlish, in Devonshire, March 30th, 1836, in his 71st year. Arms (carved and tinctured by lines) quarterly I. and IV. p. pale arg. and az. on a chev. betw. three garlands counter-changed a leopard's face

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(Varburgh). II. and III. or. a chev. cottised gu. betw. two lions pass. guardant az. a crescent for difference (Cooke). Imp. Corke. Crests, I. a falcon close or belled of the last, preying on a duck ppr. (VYarburgh). II. out of a mural crown or a demi lion ramp. sa. gorged with a crest coronet and charged on the breast with a crescent for diff.

(Cooke).

2. On another marble slab to William Ramsden, of Norton, Esq., d. June 8th, 1717, in his 34th year; also his wife Mary, dau. of Robert Robinson, of Fockerby, Esq. (See H.D.D., II., 470).

Arms (carved) on a chev. betw. three fleur-de- lis as many rams' heads erased (Remsden). In pretence a fess betw. three bucks' courant (Robinson). On a helmet and wreath a cubit arm cuffed and

habited, the hand holding a fleur-de-lis.

Ramsden, Arg. on a chev. betw. three fleur-de-lis sa. as many rams heads erased of the first F. Crest, an armed arm couped at the elbow, erect ppr. holding in the gauntlet a fleur-de-lis, sa. - Robinson, vert a fess betw. three bucks courant or B.

3, On a slab to John Ramsden, of Norton, Esq., and his wife the Honble. Katharine Dawney, dau. of the Rt. Honble. John Lord Viscount Downe, of Cowick, d. March 26th, 1718, aged 61. (See

H.D.D., II., p. 470.

Arms (carved) Ramsden imp. on a bend cottised three annulets (Dawney).

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Dawney, Arg. on a bend cottised sa. three annuleis B.

4. On a slab to Ann, wife of Toby Humphrey, Esq., of Askerne, d. May the 6th, 1669. Her husband d. June 5th, 1686. Arms (carved) a cross patonce (Humphrey) imp. a chev. engr. betw. three talbots heads erased . . ? Humphrey sa. a cross patonce arg. B.

5. On a stone slab to Elizabeth, dau. of Matthew and Ann Frank, of Campsall, d. Feb. 22nd, 17957. Arms in a lozenge, a saltire engr. (Frank). Frank of Campsall, vert. a saltire engr. or. F.

6. On a slab to Matthew Frank, of Campsall, Esq., born May 18th, 1655, d. March 22nd, 1715. Arms, Frank imp. a greyhound courant betw. three griffins' heads couped. (Ashwin of Hamburgh t)

7. On a slab to Ann, widow of Matthew Frank, of Campsall, Esq., d. October 7th, 1747, aged 76. Arms in a lozenge, as No. 5.

8. On a slab to . . Yarburgh, Esquire Arms (Yarborough or Yarburgh) imp. on a fess betw. three crescents as many escallops (Ellis). Thomas Yarborough m. Ann, daughter of Thomas Ellis, Esq., of Noit Hill, co. Linc. F. ' Ellis, gu. on a fess arg. betw. three crescents or as many escallops az. B.

9. On a similar slab; inscription quite defaced.

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Arms in a lozenge; (Ellis).

io. On a tablet on south chancel wall to 2nd dau. of . . Sir Thomas . . co. of Linc.

(See No. 8). Arms in a lozenge (Ellis).

11. On a modern brass to George Cooke Yar- borough, of Campsmount, Esq., born July 19th, 1794, d. at Nice Feb. 2nd, 1870. Arms as in No. 1.

12 Tablet west wall of chancel to Rev. Francis Yarborough, D.D.. Principal of Brazen Nose, Coll. Oxford, d. April 25th, 1776, aged 75. (See H.D.D.,

IL, 469)’ . Arms, Yarborough. Crest, the same.

13. On a slate tablet below last, to Anne, wife of Thomas Yarburgh, eldest dau. of Thomas Ellys, Esq., buried July oth, 1682 (See H.D.D., II., 469).

Arms (incised and tinctured) Yarborough imp. Ellys.

14. Tablet on the north wall to Thomas Yar- borough, of Campsall Armiger, J.P., d. Nov. 30th, 1697, aged 74 (see as last and Nos. 8 and 13).

Arms Yarborough imp. on the dexter Ellys and on the sinister, on a chev. engr. betw. three birds as many crescents. (Waiéson of the Hague).

Watson arg. on a chev, engr. az. betw. three martlets sa. as many crescents or. B.

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I5. On a white marble tablet on north wall. Inscription and arms as in No. 1.

16. On a tablet to Richard Frank, of Campsall, Recorder of Pontefract and Doncaster, F.S.A., m. Margaret, dau. and co-h. of Robert Frank, of

Pontefract, d. May z2nd, 1762, aged 64. (See H.D.D., II., 469).

Arms defaced. Frank in pretence as No. 18, but now invisible.

17. In panels on the screen. Yarborough imp. or a chev. engr. betw. three

leopards' faces gu. (Harvey, of Womersley). Crest, Yarborough.

18. Frank, of Campsall, in pretence quarterly I. and IV. Frank of Pontefra¢t II. and III. or six

annulets three two one sa. (Lowther). Crest, a falcon ppr. (Frank).

19. On the jamb of a window, exterior of north

transept, a cross fretty betw. four roses. (Reineville, Lord of Campsall ? t)

CASTLEFORD ALL SAINTS.

Above the nave arcade. 1. Three lions pass. guardant (England).

2. A lion ramp. (Thompson t). - Az. a lion ramp. arg. Thompson, Archbp. York, 1864-91.

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3. Two keys in saltire in middle chief a crown (See of York).

4. A fleur-de-lis surmounted by a cross patty. Badge of . .?

5. On a wreath a lion pass. in base a rose. Badge of . .?

6. A crosier and cross staff in saltire. Badge of the See of York.

7. A mitre. Badge of the See of York.

8. Over the chancel arch, the Royal arms temp. George III.

9. On a silver flagon. . Arms (tinctured by lines) arg. a maunch sa. Hastings. "* Lady Elizabeth Hastings, of Leadstone, pre- sented this plate in 1744."

CARLTON ST. MICHAEL,

No Armoriars.

DARRINGTON ALL SAINTS.

:. An effigy in chain mail lying in a low wall recess on north of sanctuary bears on his shield (untinctured) Erm. a saltire (Skargill).

Erm. a saltire gu. P.

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2. On a stone slab in chancel floor to Thomas Holgate, of Stapleton, Gent., d. April 29th, 1601, and his wife, Kate, dau. of Bartholomew Trigot, Esq., d. Feb. 7th, 1587, by whom he had issue, George, Bartholomew, Francis, Lucie, and Anne. Arms, three bulls' heads erased, a crescent for difference ((Hoilgate t). Imp. a chev. betw. three crosses crosslet fitchée (Trigot). Holgate, or three bulls heads erased az.? (tablet at Hems- worth). - Trigot, arg. a chev. betw. three crosses crosslet

fitchee sa. H. Crosses, pattee fitchee. B.

3. Tablet in north transept to William Southeron, M.P., d. Dec. 29th, 1789, aged 62, and Sarah, his wife, d. at Bath, March ist, 1797, aged 73. Arms defaced, but probably Gu. on a bend indented betw. siz crosses crosslet arg. three eagles displ. sa. (Southeron).

4. On another tablet behind organ to William Southeron, M.P. for Pontefract, served under General Burgoyne in America, Lieut.-Col. of the Local Militia, d. Feb. 7th, 1856. Arms (coloured) Soutkeron, in pretence, Barry of ten or. and sa. a bend gu. (Barker). Crest, on a wreath or. and gu. a double-headed eagle displayed per pale arg. and sa. ducally crowned or. Motto, PRO GRATIA. - F. adds the wings semee of crosses-crosslet counter-changed. 5. On another tablet near the organ to Frank, son of William and Sarah Southeron, of Darring- ton, Esq., and Kirklington, Notts., Rear Admiral

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nf the White, d. Feb. 7th, 1839, aged 73. Arms (coloured) Quarterly I. (Southeron). II. p. fess embattled arg. and sa. three falcons close counter-changed belled or., a crescent for difference (Thompson of Marston). III. arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field, a mullet for difference (Scvile). IV. az. a saltire engr. or (Frank). In pretence (Barker). Imp. arg. a cross lozengy vert. over all a bend checquey erm. and az. (Bradyll). Motto and crest as 4.

6. On another tablet adjoining last to Caroline Matilda, wife of Frank Southeron, Rear Admiral of the Blue, d. May 20th, 1812, aged 28, also their only child Lucy Sarah, aged nine. Arms as 5.

7. Tablet in north aisle to Mr. Alexander Blair, of Aberdeen, citizen, Merchant Taylor of London, d. July 28th, 1671, in his 5oth year, and Mrs. Iza- bella Bruce, now Blair. Arms (carved) a chev. betw. three roundles imp. a saltire and chief, esquire's helmet, and mantling. Crest, lost. , Blair, arg. a chev. sa. betw. three torleaux B. Brnce, or. a saltire gu. a chief of the last. B.

8. On an old bench end Lozengy of seven. Lozengy arg. and gu. Fitzwilliam. In the (modern) windows.

g. Az. three passion nails arg. points meeting in fess (Passion Symbol).

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15. On a brass to William Farrer, Esq., late of Enwood Hall, in Midgeley, within ye vicaridge of Halifax, d. Oct. 8th, 1684. Arms, on a bend three horse shoes. Farrer, Arg. on a bend az. three horse shoes or. B.

EAST HARDWICK ST. STEPHEN,

No Armoriars.

FEATHERSTONE ALL SAINTS.

1. On a tablet in the chancel to the Rev. Christopher Duffield, A.M., Prebendary of Rippon, Rector of Burgh Wallis, 54 years Vicar of Feather- stone, d. Oct. 25th, 1788, in his 82nd year.

Arms (tinctured) arg. on a bend az. three lions jambs erased of the field (Duffield t).

2. On a black marble slab in sanctuary to the Honble. Nicholas Fairfax, Esqre., sonn of Thomas

Viscount Fairfax, of Gilling Castle. He m. Isa- bella, dau. and h of Thomas Beckwith, of Acton,

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Esqre., and had issue Thorfias, Ketharin, and Eleanore. He d. Sep. 18th, 1637.

Arms (incised) three bars gemelles, over all a lion ramp. (Fairfaz). Imp. a chev. betw. three hinds' .

heads erased (Beckwith).

Fairfax, arg. three bars gemelles gu. surmounted by a lion ramp. sa. B. Beckwith, arg. a chev. betw. three hinds heads erased gu. B.

3. On a tablet in the nave to Sir Edmund Mark Winn, Bart., of Aketon Hall, d. June 18th, 1868, aged 76, and his infant grand-nephew, Edmund Winn Foot. __ Arms (tinctured) erm. on a fess vert. three eagles displayed or. Crest, a demi-eagle displayed, gorged with a crest coronet or. Motto, ToUT POUR DIEU ET MA PATRIZE (Winn).

4. On the font are four shields, viz: Quarterly I. and IV. Quarterly 1 and 4, three fusils conjoined in fess (Montecute). 2 and 3, an eagle displayed (Monthermer). II. and III. a saltire surmounted by a label (Nevile, Earl of Salisbury). Montecute, arg. three lozenges conjoined in fess gu. B. Monthermer, or. an eagle displ. vert. beaked and membered gu. B. Nevile, gu. a saltire arg. a label compony az. and of the first. B. Incorrectly described ®" Black Friars of Ponte- fract," p. 120.

5. Erm. a saltire (Skargill). Erm. a saltire gu. B.

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6. On a bend sinistcr three eagles' heads erased (Baghsll). Imp. Barry of six three annulets (Greystock ?) above the word Bogbill. ‘ Baghill e A 2 G@reystock Barry of siz arg. and az. three chaplets of roses gu. leaved vert. B. On a sheld in York Minster the chaplets are represented by

annulets.

7. A cross crosslet (Scott?) Scott of Houghton. Arg. a cross crosslet sa. H.D.D. On the font there is the following inscription :

Ioubkes de Baghill st Katerina uxor sjus.

8. On an altar tomb in churchyard to John Potter, of Fetherston, Junr., son of John Potter, of Monkroad, Senr., m. Mary, dau. of Henry Hol- gate, of Primethorpe, Gent., d. May 26th, 1694, aged 50. Arms (carved) three bulls heads erased an esquire's helmet. Crest, a bull's head erased (Holgate). For tinctures see tablet at Hemsworth.

*FENWICK ST. JOHN.

No

FERRY FRYSTON ST. ANDREW.

1. On a tablet in nave to Eleanor, wife of George Crowle, d. Oct. 30th, 1762, aged 63. (See H.K.)

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Arms (tinctured) vert. a unicorn pass. arg. armed

and unguled or. betw. three mascles of the last ( Crowle).

2, On another tablet to George Crowle, Esq., d. March 1th, 1714, aged 63. Arms as in 1.

3. On a mural brass in nave to Annabella, Baroness Houghton, dau. of John, 2nd Baron Crewe, b. June 13th, 1814, d. Feb. 24th, 1874. Also Robert . Pemberton Milnes, b. May 20th, 1784, d. Nov. 9th, 1858; m. Henrietta Maria, dau. of Robert, 4th Viscount Galway, b. Dec. 4th, 1780, d. May 1st, 1847. Arms (on two shields tinctured by lines), az. a chev. betw. three mill sails or. (Milres). Imp. quarterly I. and IV., az. a lion ramp. arg. (Crewe). II. and III., arg. a cross pattée fleurie az. charged. with a lion pass. or. (Offfey). Ensigned with a coronet.

Milnes. Crest, a garb or. banded by a fess dancettée charged with three mullets pierced of

the field.

KIRK SMEATON ST. PETER,

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KNOTTINGLEY ST. BOTOLPH.

1. In the east window to John Carter, of Lime Grove, Esq., b. Sept. 17th, 1812, d. Oct. 6th, 1873. Arms, per fess sa. and gu. on a fess or three round buckles tongues to the chief of the first, in base a talbot of the third. Crest, a castle arg. and thereon a demi-ape ppr. holding a shield or. charged with a round buckle sa. Motto, FORTITUDINE (Carter).

2. On a tablet in the chancel to Arthur, son of Arthur Ingram, Esqre., and Hellenor, his wife, dau. of Henry Gascoigne, of Thorp, Esq., d. Aug. 28th, 1733, aged 72. Erected by Dorothy, his mornfull widow, dau. of Wm. Horsfall, of Storthes Hall,

Esqre.

Arms (tinctured) Erm. on a fess gu. three escallops or. (Ingram). Imp. gu. a chev. betw. three horses' heads couped or. (Horsfall).

3. On another tablet to the Rev. Mr. Good- ricke Ingram, A.M., formerly of Trinity College, Cambridge, Vicar of Kerby Malzerd, d. April Ist, 1755, aged 55. Erected by his widow, Grace Ingram. Arms, Irgram, imp. arg. a chev. betw. three mullets gu . . ? Crest on a wreath, a cock ppr.

4. Hatchment in nave. Quarterly of two. I., (Ingram). 11., Horsfall, imp. arg. a chev. voided az. betw. three flames of fire ppr.

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Grace, wife of Goodrick Ingram (see above) dau. of Antony Wells, of Boston, Esq.

5. On a tablet north wall of chancel to William Savile, of Criddleing Park, "ultimus de Copley Saviliorum," d. Sept. 3rd, 1691, aged 51. Crest, an owl arg. (Savile). fl

6. On a brass plate- Arms as No. 1. To record the gift of the choir stalls.

7. On a brass in nave to Margaret, dau. of John Tetlow, Gent., d. Dec. 24th, 1773, aged 19. Arms, quarterly I. and IV., a bend engr. cottised by two plain bendlets (Teétow). II. and III, two bars on a canton a maunch. Not an antique lamp as H.K. (Bradsey?) Crest, on a wreath a demi-lion ramp. holding a branch of a tree. Tetlow, arg. a bend engr. sa. cottised gu. B. Bradsey, arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the second, a maunch of the

first. P.

_8. In the vestry- Royal arms temp. George III., prior to union with Ireland, lettered G.R. And on the frame, *This Church was restored in the Jubilee Year of Queen Victoria, a.p. 1887."

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I. On a modern brass in wall recess, n. chancel to Philip Davies Cooke, Esq., of Owston, d. Nov. 20th, 1853, and of the Rt. Honble. Lady Helena Caroline, his wife, d. May oth, 1871; Helena Frances Adelaide, their child, d. Nov. 30th, 1833, and their grandson, Henry George Davies Cooke, d. Feb. 27th, 1872. ' Arms, (tinctured by lines) Quarterly I. a chev. betw. two lions pass. guardant. II. on a bend three mullets. III. on a bend a lion pass. IV. a cingfoil. V. on a chev. betw. three demi-lions crowned, as many covered cups. V. a chev. betw. three crosses-crosslet fitchée. In pretence quarterly of eight. I two lions ramp. combattant supporting a dexter hand couped at the wrist, and erect. II. a fess betw. three crosses-crosslet fitchée. III. three nags' heads erased. IV. Barry nebuleé of six. V. a saltire in a border gobony. VI. as I. VII. a cross betw. four fleur-de-lis. VIII. erm. a saltire . . on a chief three annulets. Crest, a demi-lion ramp. issuant from a mural crown. - Motto, sPES TUTISSIMA CGLIs. Tinctures as follows: Quarterly of six. I. or. a chev. gu. betw. two lions pass. guardant sa (Cooke). II. sa three mullets arg. (Puleston ). TII. gu. on a bend arg. a lion pass. sa. (Davies of Gwysaney). IV. arg. a cingfoil az. (Mytton). V. or. on a chev. sa. betw. three demi-lions pass. guardant gu. as many covered cups of the field (Butler of Lincoln). VI. or. a fess betw. three

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crosses pattee fitchee sa. (Riley). In pretence quarterly of eight. I. gu. two lions ramp. combatitant supporting a dexter hand couped at the wrist and

erect arg. (King). II. gu. a fess betw. three crosses-crosslet fAtchee or. (Gore). III. Sa. three horses heads erased arg.

(Blaney). IV. Barry nebulee of siz or. and sa. (Blount). V. Erm. a saltire gu. a border gobony arg. and az. (Fitz gerald). VI. (King). VII. Arg. a cross betw. four fleur- de-lis sa. (Fenton). VIII. erm. a saltire gu. on a chief three annulets of the second (Fitzgibbony. Crest, out of a mural coronet arg. a demilion gu. ducally crowned or.

(Cooke). All B. . 2. On a tablet, south wall, to Henry Cooke,

Esq., 2nd son of Sir Hen. Cooke, 2nd Bart. of Wheatley, m. Annie, dau. and co-heiress of the Rev. Ralph Eaton, Rector of Darfield, d. May 2nd, 1717. H.D.D., II., 480. Arms (painted) Cooke imp. arg. on a chev. sa. three crosses-crosslet or. (Eaton).

3. On another, to Bryan Cooke, of Owston, Esq., M.P. for Malton, J.P., d. at Geneva, Nov.

8th, 1821; also two children. Cooke in pretence. Quarterly I. and IV. (Puleston).

Quarterly II. and III., (Davies of Gwysaney). He m. Frances, dau. and heiress of Philip Puleston,

Esq., of Hafod-y-Wern, co. Denbigh, by Mary, his wife, dau. and co-h. of John Davies, of Lianerch and Gwysaney. 4. On a slab to George, youngest son of Henry Cooke, of Owston, Esq., d. May ist, 1735, in his 30th year.

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5. On another slab, Hic Jacet Phillipus Adams armiger qui obiit tricesimo die Novembris ano. dom. milesimo sexcentesimo vicesimo tertio. Arms, a lion ramp. betw. three escallops shells on a chief as many pallets engr. (Adams t) Adams of Scansby, gu. a lion ramp. or. betw. three

escallops arg. on a chief of the last three pallets engr. sa. (H.D.D., II., 478). '

6. On a brass, in memoriam Gulielmi Adamii Equitis qui natales ex agro Eboracensi . . obiit Feb. 12th, 1667, Etatis 42. (H.D.D., II., 480). 7 Arms, Adams. Crest, on a wreath a griffin holding an escallop. Crest, a demi-griffin arg. winged and langued az. holding betw. its claws an escallop or. (H.D.D.) '

7. On an incised slab is a shield too defaced to distinguish. 8. On a silver plate- Cooke, a martlet for difference.

PONTEFRACT ALL SAINTS.

In the windows of south transept- 1. Gu. the Seal of the Borough, viz., sa. on a mount vert, a triple towered castle arg. within a

ribbon az. lettered or. Sigilltm communs Burghen- sium Rontisfracti.

2. The Arms of England, circa, 1820, within the

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garter regally crowned. (Temp George IV.)

3. Gu. two keys in saltire arg. in chief a crown or. (See of York). Imp. quarterly I. and IV., gu. two bars or. (Harcourt). II. quarterly 1 and' 4, az. two bars arg. (Venables). 2 and 3 arg. a fret sa. (Vernon of Sudbury). III., or. on a fess az. three wheat garbs of the field (Vernon of Hazlington). Over all a crescent for difference. Ensigned with a mitre. (Archbishop Harcourt, 1808-1847 ).

4. In window, north transept- Gu on a bend cottised arg. betw. two fleeces or. three escallops sa. (Ibbefson). Imp. quarterly I. and IV. sa. nine owls three three three arg. (Scofé). II. and III. arg. a cross gu. betw. four fleur-de-lis sa. (Fenton). Over all the badge of Ulster. Crest, a unicorn's head erased per fess arg. and gu. charged with three escallops sa. (Ibbetson). Motto, VIX LIBER ET MORIA. The crest is now defaced.

5. Arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the first. Crest, on an earl's coronet and wreath, an owl ppr. Supporters, two lions ppr. gorged and chained or. Motto, sE Fast (Savile, Earl of Mexborough).

6. Or. six annulets in pile sa. in chief the badge of Ulster. Crest, on a wreath arg. and sa. a griffin pass. of the second. Motto, MAGISTRATUS INDUAT

virt ME (Lowther).

7, The font bears four shields, tinctured by lines-

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A. Quarterly gu. and az. a. cross patonce or. (Johnson). B. Two ragged staves in saltire secured about the centre with a cord, and with cords depending from each extremity |. 2?

8. On a slab in the churchyard to Thomas Warde, Gent., d. Feb. 15th, 1762, aged 68.

Arms (tinctured by lines) az. a cross patonce arg. (Warde).

PONTEFRACT ST. GILES.

1. Arms on nave roof- Or. a saltire engr. betw. four mullets sa. Crest, a withered holly branch sprouting anew ppr. Motto, sic virEsco (Christie).

2. Arg. two bars az. on a canton or. a fess and in chief three lozenges of the second. Crest, a hand couped at the wrist holding a broken sword all ppr. (Stainforth).

3. On a wreath a cubit arm holding a cross patée fitchée sa . . ?

4. Masonic insignia.

5. On a monument in nave to Captain Andrew Crewe, of Cheshire, d. Aug. 13th, 1744, aged 70, and Mary, his wife, descended from the Moyles and Eyres of Devon and Wilts, d. Feb. 18th, 1733, aged 63. William Crewe, his son, m. Margaret, dau. of Edmund Abbot; she d. April 12th, 1753,

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aged 59. Catharine, and wife of Andrew Crewe, was dau. of Charles Waterton, of Walton Hall. d. April 25th, 1756, aged 34. Also William, their son, Mayor of Pontefract, 1753, 1754, and 1768, d. Feb. _ 1782, aged 76.

Arms (defaced) az. a lion ramp. arg. (Crewe). Imp. gu. three bars arg. surmounted by three crescents sa. (Waterton ).

6. On another tablet in clerestory to Ann, dau. of William Lambe, Esq., of East Hardwicke, and Sarah, his wife, d. Jan. 4th, 1770. Her father d. May 12th, 1782, aged 71. Her mother, Jan. roth, 1800, aged 76, Arms, sa. a bend arg. (Lambe).

7. On a board at west end of Church- The Royal Arms temp. George I.

8. On the Corporation pews- A representation of the common seal of the Borough of Pontefract. (See under All Saints).

9. In a window south side of nave to Rev. Thomas Bissett, LL.D., Vicar, who d. Jan. 27th, 1878, aged 77. Arms, az. on a bend arg. three mullets gu. Crest, out of the stump of a tree eradicated and erased an ivy branch, all ppr. (Bisselt).

ro. On a silver salver-

Arms, three fleur-de-lis in bend betw. two cottises, in sinister chief two mullets, and in dexter

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base a crescent. Crest, on a wreath a leopard's head jessant-de-lis. Presented by Elizabeth Dobson, 1884.

PURSTON.

The armorial symbols of some of the apostles are painted on the chancel walls.

SKELBROOKE ALL SAINTS.

1. Over the porch door- An angel holding a shield, three covered cups. Sa. three covered cups arg., for the Priory of St. Mary Magdalene at Lund, i.e., Burton Abbey, the patrons of the Church.

2. On the choir stalls- Crest, issuant from a crest coronet a bull's head, and the motto, NE VILE VELIS. On other stalls- - On a saltire a crescent, and the same motto. Gu. a saltire arg. a crescent for difference. Crest, out of a crest coronet or a bull's head pied and attired of the first ( Nevill of Skelbrook). F.

3. On a modern brass to George Broadrick, of Hampole Stubbs | Deputy-Lieut. of the West Riding of York | J.P., who d. February 16th, 1840, aged 54 years. | Jane Madge, Relict of George | Broad- rick, dau. of Lieut.-Col. Sr. Richard | Fletcher,

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30 R.E., Kut. and Baronet, d. January | 22nd, 1879, aged 75. Arms (coloured) erm. two bars wavy gu. on a chief az. an estoile or. betw. two spear heads pale- wise arg. (Broadrick t), Imp. sa. on a cross engr. erm. betw. four plates, each charged with a pheon erect az., a sword in pale ppr. on a canton or. a wreath vert. (Fletcher). Crest, on a wreath arg. and

sa. a spear head erect of the first, betw. two laurel branches ppr. Motto, DECENS ET HONESTUM.

4. On a tablet in the tower to Henry Browne, Esq., only son of Henry Browne (who, in the early part of his life was Captain in the Guards, and served under the Duke of Marlborough), and Abigail, dau. of Richard Lister, of Thorpe, co. Leicester, Esq. Also Frances, his wife, dau. and h. of Sir Thomas Smith, of Hatherton, co. Chester, Bart., and Abigail, his wife, dau. and co-h. of Sir John Pate, of Sysonby, co. Leicester, Bart. He d. May 31st, 1770, in his 54th year. "In this chancel are deposited the remains of the aforesaid Henry Browne, Esq., and father of Frances Pate Lister, the grandmother of the first-named Henry Browne." Arms, a chev. betw. three lions' jambs erect and erased on a chief an eagle displayed (Brown). Crest, an eagle. Gu. a chev. betw. three lions jambs erect, and erased arg. On a chief of the second an eagle displayed sa. armed and crowned or. Crest, an eagle of Sicily displayed with two heads sa. (Browne of Essex). B.

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1. Over the porch are five shields, all defaced-

In the centre, on a bend three mullets imp. on a bend three escallops ?

On the dexter, paly 'of six on a bend three mullets pierced (Dronsfield).

On the dexter, on a bend three mullets . . ?

On the sinister, a chev. betw. three . . ? ( Wentworth).

On the sinister, a lion ramp. debruised by a bend charged with three (De Fleete?)

Dronsfield. Paly of six sa. and arg. on a bend gu. three mullets or. Wentworth, sa. a chev. betw. three lions faces or.

Perhaps De Fleete Inncolnsh arg. a lion ramp gu. depressed by a bend sa. charged with three mullets or. P.

2. On an incised slab inserted in a doorway betw. the chancel and n. chapel, four shields.

A lion's head erased betw. three crosses-crosslet (Armytage). imp. three chevrons interlaced in base, on a chief as many mullets (Danby).

Armylage, imp. on a fess betw. three fish baurient as many etoils (Knight). On a bend sinister three owls, a crescent for difference (Sevile), imp. (Armylage)

Armylage, imp. three caltraps, in fess point a crescent for difference (Trappes).

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Hic Jacet Corpus | Mariz filiz Francisi Army- tage Armigeri | obiit vicesimo | tertio die Decembris anno domino, 1665. H.D.D., II., 451.

Armitage, Gu. a lion's head erased arg. betw. three crosses-crosslet or. B. Danby, arg. three chevrons interlaced in base, on a chief sa. as many mullets of the first. B. Sir Frances Armytage, Bart., m. Catharine, dau. of Chris-

topher Danby, of Leeds. F.

Knight, az. on a fess or. betw. three fish haqaurient arg. as mamy etoils gu. B. John Armytage m. Winnifred, dau. of Henry Knight, Esq., and sole heiress. He was father of Sir Francis Armytage, and d. 1650. F.

Savile, arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the feld. B. The bend is by the mason's mistake made sinister. - LEilizabeth, dau. of Sir Thomas Armytage Bart., m. Sir John Savile, of Lupset, Knit. F.

Trappes, arg. three caltraps sa. B. Francis Armytage, of South Kirkby, m. Mary, dau. of Robert Trappes, Esq.

3, On a mural tablet, north wall of chancel to Sir Thomas Armytage, Baronet, son of Francis Armytage, late of this place, Esq., d. a bachelor, Oct. 12th, 1737, aged 64. By his death the title became extinct. H.D.D., II., 471.

Arms (painted) Armytage, in chief the badge of Ulster.

4. On a tablet on the opposite wall to Mrs. Ann Bowes, Relict of Wm. Bowes, Esq., late of Bootham, in the suburbs of York, d. April 4th,

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1790, aged 75, She was dau: of George Allott, of Criggleton. i Arms (painted), in a lozenge; erm. three bows strung palewise in fess ppr. (Bowes). Imp. or. a plain fess betw. four barrulets wavy az. on a canton of the second two barrulets arg. charged with three swallows volant sa. two and one (AHoff).

5. On a large mural tablet on same wall to Rev. Robert Allott, M.A., late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, and Vicar of this place, d. July 26th, 1738, aged 55. Mrs. Frances Allot, his Relict, erected this He re-built the Vicarage, and gave certain house property on Cross Hill to the poor. H.D.D., II., 451. ' Arms (painted) Ailloft, as above. Crest, on a wreath a cubit arm erect vested or charged with a fess betw. four barrulets cuffed arg. holding in the hand ppr. a mullet or.

6. On another tablet to Heny. Allott, Esq., d.. Sept. 18th, 1811, aged 56. Erected by his cousins, Robert and John Allott. Arms, Alloit in pretence vert. three demi-lions ramp. or. (Green). 7. On another tablet to John Allott, Esq., of Hague Hall, eldest son of the Rev. John Allott, Vicar of this parish, b. Oct. 6th, 1770, d. June 15th, 1829. He served in the 58th Regt. of Infantry, under Generals Sir Ralph Abercrombie, Lord Hutchinson, and others, both in Egypt and the Mediterranean, which so injured his health as to

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compel him to retire from active service. Arms and Crest, Allot.

8. On a monument on the floor of n. aisle, two shields, one at each end, both alike. Quarterly I. and IV., fretty and a chief (Fitzhugh). II. and III., vaire a fess (Marmion). Imp. quarterly I. and IV., three fusils conjoined in fess (Montague). 2 and 3, an eagle displayed (Monthermer). II. and III., a saltire over all a label of three points (Neville). Legend, EN DIEU EST TOUT. . This tomb is ascribed (H.D.D. II., 451) to Henry Lord Fitzhugh, and Alice, his wife, dau. of Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury. A Fitzhugh, az. fretty or. a chief of the last. Marmion, Vaire a fess or. Montague, arg. three fusils conjoined in fess gu. Monthermer, or. an eagle displayed vert. beaked and membered gu. Neville, gu. a saltire arg. a label of three points compony arg. and of the second. - All B.

9. On a large mural tablet in n. chapel, four shields, three on the pediment and one on the cornice (some painted). In centre of pediment carved mantled and sur- mounted by helmet and wreath, crest gone. Quarterly of eight. I. a chev. betw. three lions' faces (Wentworth). II. on a bend three escallops (Bissett). III. Paly of six on a bend three mullets (Dronsfield ). ITV. three crosses-crosslet (Stainton). V. a chev. betw. three mullets all in a bordure . . ? VI. two lions pass. guardant (Mirfield?) VII. a pheon erect in chief a lion pass (Bamborough). VIII. as I.

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Dexter shield (coloured). Wentworth, imp. (Bam- bor ough) Sinister shield, Wentworth, imp. arg. a fess gu.charged

with a fleur-de-lis of the first, betw. two crescents or. all betw. as many lions pass. sa. (@oodricke).

Oval shield on cornice. Wentworth and his

quarterings as above. Imp. Quarterly I. and IV. three bugle horns (Bellingham). II. and III. bendy of eight on a canton a lion ramp. crowned (Burmeshead).

Prope hic Jacet Corpus Thom» Wentworth de North Elmsall in comitatis Eboracensis Armigeri filii solius Thomz Wentworth Militis, Uxor ejus fuit, Agnes una filiarum Henrici Bellingham de Leuens, in comitatu Westermerlandiz Militis et Baronetti qua habebat in quinque liberos quorum tres illium provixerunt, viz., Johannes, Henricus, et Dorothea, obiit anno trecesimo quarto suae atatis Decimo die Maii anno domino 1653.

Bisset, arg. on a bend gu. three escallops or. B. Dronsfield. Arg. three crosses-crosslet gu. for Stainton.t Mirfeld, vert. two lions pass. guardant in pale arg. H. Bamborough, arg. a pheon sa. on a chief of the second,

a lion pass of the first. B.

The second shield is for Sir Thomas Wentworth and Mary dau. of Sir William Bamborough.

The third for Thomas Wentworth, Esq., and a dau. of Richard Goodricke, of Ribston.

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Bellingham, arg. three bugle horns sa. stringed and furnished or. B. Burmeshead. bendy of eight arg. and gu. on a canton of the last, a lion ramp crowned of the first. B.

io. On another tablet on opposite wall to Henry Wentworth, of Brodsworth, second son of Thomas Wentworth, of N. Elmsall, Esq., d. Oct. 26th, 1864. Two shields That on the pediment mantled, esquire's helmet. Crest lost. Wentworth, a crescent for difference. Below, (Wentworth) imp. three mullets of six points in bend betw. two cottises (Bradshaw). Bradshaw, arg. ain bend three mullets of siz points betw. two bendleis sa. B.

11. On a large tablet near No. 9, to Sir John Wentworth, of N. Elmsall, Bart., d. April 25th, 1720, in his 48th year. He m. first dau. of the Rt. Honble. Sir John Lowther, of Lowther, co. Westmoreland, Bart., and second the Rt. Hon. Lady Elizabeth, dau. of the most Noble Wilkam Duke of Devonshire, &c. (See H.D.D., II. 451. Arms (defaced) Wentworth, in chief the badge of Ulster imp. on the dexter, or. six annulets in pile sa. (Lowther). On the sinister sa. three bucks' heads caboshed arg. (Cavendish).

I1. On the N. aisle roof, on a shield, a Tudor rose.

13. A falcon in a fetter lock. 14. An eagle displayed.

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16. On a slab in the tower to Thomas Went- worth Armiger de North Elmsall, obiit Maii decimo die 1653. Arms (carved) Wentworth.

17. On another slab to Edmundus Watsonne, de Hague in com. Ebor, generosus obt. 4th die Januarii, 1688. Arms (carved) on a chev. engr. betw. three martlets as many crescents. Crest, on an esquire's helmet and wreath a griffin's head erased. Watson, arg. on a chev. engr. az. betw. three martlets sa. as many crescents or. Crest, a griffin's head erased arg. B.

18. On another slab broken in fragments d. 30th Jan., 1674. Arms, Watson. Imp. three woodmen ambulant in fess in the dexter hand a shield charged with

a cross, and in the sinister a club resting on the shoulder (Wood).

Wood, az. three wild men of the wood ambulant in fess ppr. in the dexter hand a shield arg. charged with a cross gu. and in the sinister a club also ppr. B. Jane, dau. of Robert Wood, of Monk Bretton, m. Dec.

Ist, 1668, Edward Watson, Esq., of Hague Hall, South Kirkby. F.

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In a window- Gu two keys in saltire arg. (S%. Peter).

Gu. two swords in saltire arg. hilts and pomels or. (S6. Peter).

WHITWOOD ST. PHILLIP,

No Armoriars.

WHITWOOD MERE ALL SAINTS,

No Armoriars.

WRAGBY ST. OSWALD.

1. On the west face of tower is a shield much

defaced. 'Two bendlets imp. three chevronels . . ?

2. In the east window (originals marked*) Arg. a human heart gu. transfixed by an arrow in bend or. avcustInust

3. Az. three regal crowns or. REX oswaLpust

4. Gu. a cross betw. four lions ramp. or. pomMus oswaurpt (Nostell Priory).

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5. two lions pass. guardant or. HENRICUS REX.

6. Quarterly or. and gu. a bend sa. over all a label of five points arg. ROBERTUS DE LACI.

4. Az. the letters R.A., united by a cord knot or. P. RADULPHUS. (Prior of Nostell).

8. Gu. a centaur pass. Or. STEPHANUS REX.

9. Gu. three lions pass guardant or. HENRICUS JUNIOR REX, ro. Barry of seven erm. and vert. HUGO DE LA VALLE.

1. Az. a lion ramp. gu. crowned or. a border sa. Bezanteé. COMES CORNUBIZE.

*12. Or. a double-headed eagle displayed sa. charged on the breast with the shield of Cornwell, as above. REX ROMANORUM. This ends the series on the sinister side.

13. Series on dexter side. Checquey or. and az. COMES DE WARRENNE.

14. Gu. two Keys in saltire arg. in chief a celestial crown or. ARCHIEPUS THURSTINUs.t Alto- gether incorrect, the arms are the modern arms of the See. *15. Quarterly I. gu. a saltire arg. betw. twelve crosses-crosslet. or. (Windsor). II. arg. on a bend cottised sa. three mullets of the first . . ? III. az. (arg.) a cross sa.?: IV. arg. on a cross sa. five Bezants. V. gu. an eagle displayed or. armed sa. ANDREW DE WINDSORE MILITIS ET BAROS.

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16. Az. three wheat garbs or. comME CcEsTRIZ. (De Meschines).

17. Or. a lion ramp. purp. NICOL CONSTABU- LaRISs (De Laci). : _

18. Gu. crusily seven mascles three three one Or. COMES LINCOLNE (Wm. de Roumare.t).

I9. Gu. three lions pass. guardant or. a label arg. each point charged with a fleur-de-lis of the second. DUX LANCASTRE.

20. Gu. a bend betw. six unicorns' heads couped arg. armed and crined or. P. RICHARDUS DE WOMBWELL.

21. France and England quarterly. uxuEn. SEXTUS REX.

22. Az. three water bougets or. an annulet arg. for difference, a label of three points gobony gu. and of the second. BARON DE ROOS.

*23, Az. in chief the letters A.C. in base a garb knotted together with a cord all or. Pp. aLurEDUs

comyn (Prior of Nostell.t)

For this device of Comyn see H.D.D., and W.W., 255. These arms are those of the principal benefactors to the Priory of Nostell.

Hatchments in the chancel- 24. Erm. on a fess vert. three eagles displayed or. Motto, vIRTUTE ET LABORE.

For Rowland Winn, who d. Oct. 14th, 1805.

25. Winn, imp. gu. a chev. betw. three crosses

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patée or. on a canton erm. a buck's head erased sa. Badge of Ulster. (Strickland). Crest and legend as last. Sir Charles Winn, of Nostell, m. Priscilla, dau. of Sir Wm. Strickland, of Boynton, Bart., d. 1874. F. 26. Quarterly I. and IV. Winn. II. quarterly az. and gu. an imperial crown betw. four lions ramp. or. (Harbord). III. Arg. a chev. sa. betw. three heron shaws of the last (Henshaw). In pre- tence arg. an owl gu. (Du Herverit.) Crest of Winn.

Motto, TOUT POUR DIEU ET MA PATRIE. Sir Rowland Winn, Bart., m. Sabine Louise, dau. of

Jacques Philippe Baron D' Hervert, d. 1783. F. 27. As 26 but the lioncels arg.

28. As 26 but arms in a lozenge.

29. Quarterly I. and IV. Winr. II. and III. p. pale az. and gu. three lions ramp. arg. (Herbert?) In pretence quarterly I. and IV. Henshaw. II. and III. p. fess arg. and vert. a pale counter-changed in each piece of the first a buck's head couped gu. (Asgill.t) Crest and legend as before. For Sir Robert Winn, d. in 1765.

30. On the chancel roof a cross pierced and charged with a roundel.

31. On north aisle roof, a lion pass. guardant betw. three pheons Wolstenholme of Nostell, az. a lion pass. guardant betw.

three pheons or. H.D.D. 32. An eagle displayed. (Stringer of Sharleston).

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33. See of York. 34. King Oswald.

-35. On a marble tablet to Sir Rowland Winn, of Nostell Priory, Baronet, d. Aug. 23rd, 1765, in the 59th year of his age. Also Susannah, his wife, one of the heiresses of Charles Henshaw, of Eltham, in Kent, Esq., d. March 24th, 1741, in her 31st year. Erected in 1809 by their dau., Elizabeth Letitia, wife of Sir Ceorge Strickland, of Boynton, Bart. Arms (partly tinctured) twoshields, A. Quarterly I. and IV. Winn. II. and III. Herbert? In pretence Henshaw quartering Asgill. B. Strickland imp. Winn.

36. On roof of south aisle, as No. 30.

37. On a tablet to the Rev. Thos. Cutler Rudstone Read, A.M., of Hayton, in this county, b. Nov. 19th, 1762, d. Sept. 17th, 1838, and was buried in this Churchyard; and Louisa, his wife, third daughter of Henry Cholmley, of Howsham, Esq., and Katharine, his wife, grand-dau. of the second Sir Rowland Winn, Bart., b. Sept. 17th, 1778, d. Oct. 29th, 1829; buried at Hanwell, Mid- dlesex. Erected by her eldest son, W. H. Rudston Read, Esq. Arms (painted) quarterly I. and IV. arg. three bulls' heads erased sa. (Rudsfone). - II. and III. or. on a chev. gu. betw. three garbs of the last, as many fleur-de-lis az. (Read). Imp. gu. in chief two morions ppr. and in base a garb or. (Cholimiley). Crest,

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on a wreath arg. and sa. a bear's jamb erased ppr. holding a cross moline bendways or.

38. In the centre of the reredos (of Flemish ? make) a chev. betw. in chief two mullets of six points and in base an escallop and crescent in pale . . f The windows are filled with miscellaneous frag- ments of stained glass, chiefly German-Swiss, including numbers of armorials, guild and trade signs, &c., these seem to me beyond the scope. of the present work. For a few examples see appendix. 39. Preserved at the Priory are the Royal Arms taken out of the Church and lettered C.R. II.

The following notes from the Churchwardens' accounts are of interest :- 16572, for painting the Parlyments Arms, 16s. 1652, for takinge down the other arms, 6d. 1659, for setinge up the King's Arms and putting out the other, 1s.

1661, for beautifying the King's Arms, £1 13s. 10d.

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WAPENTAKE

OF

OSGOLDCROSS,

(Lower Division).

DEDICATED To THE

HONOURABLE R. BATESON DE YARBURGH.

Hrsuncgton Hart, York.

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ADLINGFLEET ALL SAINTS.

In the south chancel wall is an arched recess, containing a recumbent effigy of a lady c. 1370, in kirtle, mantle, wimple, and veil, showing the hair neatly plaited. The head rests on a cushion held by two kneeling figures, the feet on a lion. On the panelled front of the tomb are four shields.

1, A bend betw. six lions ramp. (Bohun ?) 2. A lion ramp. (Stapleton ?) 3. A lion ramp. crowned (Darell?)

4. Three mullets in a bordure engr. (Wigton ?) Bohun, az. a bend arg. cottised betw. siz lions ramp. or. B. Stapleton, arg. a lion ramp. sa. B. Darell, az. a lion ramp. or armed langued and crowned gu. B. Wigton, sa. three mullets within a bordure engr. or. P.

5. On a curious altar tomb, rudely executed, with effigy in plate armour; sword, sword belt, and genoullieres much enriched, head bare, resting on a helmet with mutilated crest; shield on left arm, feet on a lion couchant. On front of the tomb eleven sons, kneeling on cushions, with cloaks and ruffs, and four daughters. On the wall over the tomb is a Latin inscrip- tion to Francis Haldenby, 1583. Arms (carved).

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Shield over the tomb. Quarterly of eight. I. a fess betw. three covered cups (Haldenby). II. three lions pass. guardant in bend betw. two cottises (Gerard). III. on a fess three fleur-de-lis (Ousfieet.) IV. a bend betw. six martlets (Furnival). V. a chev. betw. three boars' heads erased . . ? VI. paly of six on a chief a lion pass. (Luddington). VIII. a fess dancetty in chief three fleur-de-lis (Oorbridge). IX. a chev. betw. three lions' faces in a bordure engr. . . ? Crest, on an esquire's helmet a crest coronet, and issuant therefrom an armed arm embossed, the gauntlet holding a covered cup.

6. On the east end of the tomb, the same as last, but with no crest.

7. On the front, before the sons, Haldenby, and before the girls . . ?

8. On the shield of effigy, Haldenby. -

The quarterings are given on the authority of A. and T.]. parts zsi. and zli., p. 46-47. -_ Haldenby, vert. a fess betw. three covered cups or. B. Gerard of Fisherion, az. on a bend sa. three lions pass. guardant or. B. Ousfieet or Ufficet, arg. on a fess sa. three fleur-de-lis or. P. Furnivall, or. a bend betw. siz martlets gu. -P. Luddington, paly of siz arg. and az. on a chief a lion pass. or. P. Corbridge, arg. a fess indented az. in chief three fleur-de-lis gu. P.

9. On a fine mural monument east end of south aisle, with a statue in centre, under a pediment supported by two fluted Corinthian columns, is this

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inscription: This monument | is erected in memory of | Mrs. Mary Ramsden | widow of William Rams- den, of Norton | in the county of York, Esq. She died the fifth of April | 1745, and bequeathed her whole estate to Catherine | Hall, in Cambridge. | Arms (on pediment) inaccurately re-painted, arg. (on) a chev. betw. three fleur-de-lis sa. (as many rams' heads of the first) Ramsden. In pretence vert. a chev. betw. three bucks in full course or. (Robin- son). Crest, a stag's head per bend sinister or. and sa. (Robinson).

io. On a black marble ledger, with Latin inscription to Thomas Robinson, of Gray's Inn, d. Aug. 31st, 1710, aged 63. Arms (carved) Robinson, on an esquire's helmet a stag's head.

I1. On a mural monument, north aisle, to Sarah, dau. and heiress of Wm. Tym, Esq., of Brocket Booth, co. Derby, relict of Rev. John Middleton, Rector of Walkington, Jan. 19th, 1833. Erected by her dau., Frances Tym Middleton. Arms (tinctured by lines) arg. a saltire engr. az. In pretence or. three torteaux (Tym.t)

12. On a stone ledger in front of chancel, same arms, &c. as last.

13. In south aisle, Royal Arms painted on a board, lettered V.R. 1856.

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On a tablet to William Wells, of Airmyn Hall, son of William and Isabella Wells, of Booth Ferry House, d. Oct. 27th, 1825, aged 21. John William d. Sept. 9th, 1826, aged 4 months. - William d. Dec. 31st, 1840, aged 19. Louise Anne d. April 17th, 1848, aged 23. Isabella, d. May 1th, 1840, aged 66. Louisa Anne, widow, d. at Morpeth, May 23rd, 1869, aged 67. Arms (tinctured by lines) gu. a lion ramp. betw. three domed wells? arg. Crest, on a wreath a lion

ramp. reguardant holding betw. his fore-paws a domed well? as in the arms (Weils}t)

BALNE ST. JOHN.

Arms in the west window- I. Gu. a moor's head couped at the neck arg. three lions' jambs issuant from the dexter, sinister, and base point or. (Newtor).

2. Arg. on a bend betw. six mullets pierced gu. a cross pattée or. (Legard).

3. Arg. three talbots heads' erased in bend betw. four bendlets sa. In sinister chief a martlet az. ( Burton).

4. Arg. on a bend betw. two bendlets sa. three annulets or. (Downay).

5. Az. a lion ramp. crowned or. (Darell).

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6. Barry of eight arg. and gu. on a canton sa. a cross patonce or. (Effon).

7. Arg. a bend gu. gutteé d'eau betw. two

Cornish choughs ppr., a chief checquey or. and sa. ( Pleydell ).

8. Dawnay, imp. arg. two chevrons az. (Bagot).

CARLETON.-JUXTA-SNAITH ST. MARY.

1. On a tablet south wall of sanctuary to Miles Thomas, eighth Baron Beaumont, d. Aug., 1854, aged 49. Arms (three shields partly tinctured by lines). In the centre, quarterly I. arg. a lion ramp. sa. (Stapylton). II. Barry nebuleé of six or and gu. (Lovell). III. az. a lion ramp. in an orle of fleur- de-lis or. (Beaumont). IV. az. three cingfoils arg. (Bardolf.) Ensigned with a baron's coronet. Sup- porters, two talbot dogs. Motto, mMEVLX sERRA.

2. On the dexter side (Staplyton).

3. On the sinister side, three lions pass. in bend betw. four bendlets (Browne Baron Kulmaine).

Browne, sa. three lions pass. in bend arg. betw. two double cottises of the last. B.

4. On another tablet in chancel to Nicolas Stapylton, of Carlton and Errington, Esq., d. Dec. 7th, 1716, aged :'61. Mary, his second wife, dau. of Thomas Sandys, of Won, Esq., d.

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April 28th, 1735, aged 54. His first wife was Mary, dau. of Simon Scroope, of Draby, Esq. Her son Gilbert d. an infant, and Nicholas, Gregory, Mary, Elizabeth, and Ann. By Mary Sandys, Thomas, John, and another Thomas, Ann, Mary and Hesther ; the first Thomas and Ann d. infants. Mary m. Ralph Clavering, of Callaley, co. Northn, Esq. John, his son, erected this, 1738.

Arms (nearly gone) Stupylton, imp. or. a fess indented betw. three crosses-crosslet gu. (Sandys).

5. On nine encaustic tiles in floor of sanctuary and one in chancel are the arms of Stepylion a crescent for difference. Imp. Browne, in a lozenge ensigned by a coronet.

6. In south sanctuary window, Stepylion in a lozenge. 7. On a tablet in nave to Adriana, wife of George Perceval, gent., d. May 10th, 1757, aged 58, dau. of Hugh and Elizabeth Taylor, and sister of Mr. George Taylor, who d. at Bombay, Feb. 8th, 1738-9. Arms (much defaced) arg. on a chief indented gu. three crosses patteé or. (Perceval). Imp. arg. on a pale sa. three lions' pass. of the first, a dexter canton gu. (Taylor of Towthkhorpe). Crest, on a wreath or. and gu. a thistle slipped ppr. (Perceval).

8. On another tablet to William Flint, of Coates, Esq., Col., E. I. Compy's Service, d. July ith, 1775, aged 65, and Charlotte, his, widow, d. Feb. 29th, 1820, aged 82.

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Arms (defaced) vert. three flint stones ppr. (Flint). Imp. sa. . . on a canton . . ( . .?) Crest, phenix rising from flames all ppr.

9. On the font, in a lozenge, Stapylion, and on smaller shields a series of Passion symbols.

to. On shields forming drip stones to chancel arch, a Holy lamb and a cross.

COWICK HOLY TRINITY.

Arms identical with those at Balne. The tiles in pavement of chancel have the arms of Dawnray and Bagot arranged in fours.

GOOLE ST. JOHN,

No Armoriaus.

HENSALL ST. PAUL.

Arms identical with those at Balne and Cowick, all three Churches being built from the same plan.

HOOK ST. MARY.

1. In a chancel window- Az. a chev. betw. three crosses patteé or. Crest, on a wreath or. and az.; a Saracen Prince

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crowned or. vested purp. delivering up his sword arg. hilt and pomel of the first (Empson).

2, On a slab in nave to George Empson, of Goole, gent., d. April 7th, 1677, aged 61. Arms, Empson. Crest, on an esquire's helmet a cross pattée.

3. On a tablet to George Empson, late of co. York, m. Margaret, widow of Francis . . late of Thorne, d. s.p. Arms (defaced from damp) as No. 2. Mantled arg. and gu. Motto, soIT QUI MALY PENSE.

KELLINGTON ST. EDWARD

1. On a tablet south chancel wall, to William Rawdon, son of William Armytage Earnshaw, of Wath Hall, in this county, Esq., d. Jan. 19th, 1861, aged 16 months,. Dorothy Abbotson Earnshaw d. Oct. 4th, 1864, aged 1 year and 11 months. Emily Isabella Earnshaw d. Aug. 17th, 1866, aged 9 years. Jane Margaret, their mother, d. Jan. 10th, 1882, aged 57. ' Arms (tinctured) or. a heron sa. on a chief of the last, three annulets of the first (Farnshaw) imp. per fess. I. arg. on a fess betw. three fleur-de-lis sa. a lion pass or. (Rawdor). II. quarterly I. and IV. gu. a lion's head erased betw. three crosses-crosslet arg. (Armytage). II. and III. erm. on a fess sa. three crescents arg. ( . . ?) There is an esquire's

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helmet, but no crest.

2. The Royal Arms temp. . . ? doing duty as part of a coal box, and inaccessible.

RAWCLIFFE ST. JAMES'.

1. On a hatchment in chancel- Quarterly I. and IV. per fess arg. and sa. a pale counter-changed on each piece of the first a creyke ppr. (Creyke). II. gu. a cross patonce arg. (Egglinton ). III. paly of six or. and gu. on a chief of the first three, lozenges of the second (Arden).

Crest, on esquire's helmet, on a garb or. a creyke ppr. (Creyke).

2. On a tablet to Ralph Creyke, Esq., d. Feb. 7th, 1858, aged 54. Arms as 1.

3. On drip stones of north doorway, the shields held by angels, as No. 1.

4. Two keys in saltire in chief a crown (See of York) imp. Quarterly I. two bars. II. a fret. III. three bars. IV. two bars. (i.e., incorrectly carved, see below. ' Gu. two keys in saltire arg. a crown or. (See of York). Imp. quarterly I. and IV. gu. two bars or. (Harcourt). II. quarterly 1 and 4, arg. two bars az. (Venables) 2 and 3, arg. a fret sa. (Vernon). III. or. on a fess sa. three mullets of the field (Vernon.)

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On a plain altar tomb, north side of chancel ascribed to Sir John Dawnay, who d. Oct. 30th, 1493, and Agnes, his wife (see H.S. p. 140) twelve shields, re-painted in 1867. I. Gu. a fess betw. six crosses-crosslet or. (Beavu- champ?) imp. arg. on a bend cottised sa. three annulets

of the field (Dawnay of Cowick).

2. Sa. a Saracen's head couped at the neck arg. three lions' jambs issuing from the dexter, sinister, and base points or (Newfon) imp. (Dawnay).

3. Dawnay, imp. arg. a chev. betw. three lions' heads erased gu. (Roclife).

4. Dawnay, imp. az. five fusils conjoined in fess or. (Percy).

5. Barry of eight arg. and gu. on a canton sa. a cross patonce or. (Fffon) imp. (Dawnay).

6. Dawnay imp. Rocliffe a mullet sa. for difference. 7. Dawnay imp. az. a chief indented arg. . . ? 8. Dawnay imp. az. fretty arg. (Laund).

9. Dawnay imp. or. a fess betw. three crescents az. (Barden).

10. Dawnay imp. az. two bars or. (Burdett).

11. Arg. crusilly three cingfoils sa. (D'4rcy) imp. Dawnay. ' 12. Or. three torteaux (Courtenay ?) imp. Dawnay.

13. On a stone bracket above tomb as No. 3.

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14. On the capital of a pillar Dawnay. I5. On the north wall of chapel, as 14. 16. Over east window. Quarterly I. and IV. Dawnay. II. Newton. III. gu. a saltire arg. charged with a pellet (Nevile). 17, On a funeral helmet a demi-Saracen in armour, couped at the thigh, wreathed about the temples ppr. holding in the dexter hand a ring of gold stoned az., in sinister a lion's garb erased or. armed gu. (Dawnay). 18. Painted on a wooden shield surmounted by a baronet's coronet, are the arms of Dawnay. iq. On another iron stand is a duck arg. being part of the crest of Yurborough, viz., a hawk trussing

a duck all ppr. F. 20. On a slab incised with a cross fleurie, with

a black letter inscription to " Raduilphus Aclums, st uxoris srjus, una filiarum Iohannis Hawnay E&rmigt," d. May oth, 1486. Arms, a maunch in an orle of cingfoils (Aclome) imp. Dawnay. ' ' Aclome of Moreby, gu. a maunch arg. in an orle of cing- fous of the second. B. 21. On a tablet, south wall of sanctuary, with Latin inscription, to Rev. Robert James Sergeant- son, 55 years Vicar, d. 1861, aged 58, and Mary Caroline, his wife, dau. of J. J. Ballard, of Coates Hall, Esq. Also Robert, son of Wm. Sergeantson, of Hanlith Hall, and his wife. Arms (tinctured) paly of six or. and sa. on a bend az, a sword arg. hilt and pomel of the first (Serjeantson), In pretence quarterly I. and II. or.

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a griffin segreant gu. (Bollard). II. and III. checquey arg. and gu. on a bend sa. three lions pass. or. (Chandler ?) Crest, on a wreath a cherub arg. 22, Tablet on the opposite wall to William Shearburn, d. Aug. 24th, 1845, aged 54; Thomas, his son, d. July 1873, aged 48; Mary, his mother, d. March 26th, 1874, aged 88; and Edith Margaret White, d. Sept. 14th, 1845, aged 4 months. Crest, on a wreath, a unicorn's head couped. Shearburn, co. Lanc., a unicorn's head arg. armed and crined or. B. 23. Tablet, south chancel wall, to John Eadon, d. Oct. 14th, 1843, aged 88. Arms (carved) on a chev. betw. in chief two garbs and in base an eagle displayed three caltraps (Eadont). ' Eadon, gu. on a chev. arg. betw. in chief two garbs, and in base an eagle displayed, three caltraps all ppr. (Tablet at Selby). 24. On a black marble ledger, n. aisle, with Latin inscription, to Mathew, son of Boynton Boyn- ton, of Rockcliffe d. Feb. 24th, 1705, aged 5 months. '

Arms (carved) on a fess betw. three crescents another for difference, surmounted by an esquire's helmet. Crest, a goat pass. Richly mantled (Boynton). Boynton, or. a fess betw. three crescents gu. Crest, a goat pass. sa. guttee d'eau beard horns and hoofs or. B. 25. On another ledger to Elizabeth, wife of Boynton Boynton, Esq., late of Rawcliffe, in this parish, dau. of Thomas Strangeways, Esq., of Pickering, by Jane, his wife, d. Jan. 29th, 1779, aged 69.

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Arms (in a lozenge) Boynton imp. two lions pass. in pale a canton (Strangeways). Strangeways, sa. two lions pass. in pale paly of siz arg. and gu. in dexter chief a canton of the second. B. The following three shields are in the nave over the capitals of the pillars. 26. Dawnay. 27. . Etton. 28. Per pale arg. and az. a chev. betw. three annulets (garlands ?) counter-changed (Varborough).

29. The west window of north aisle has three shields in the head mould. In the centre Dawnay

imp. Roclife, and two shields at the drip. Three swans

(Selby Abbey). Selby Abbey, sa. three swans close, two and one arg. beaked and membered or. B.

SWINEFLEET ST. MARGARET,

No Armor1aLs.

WOMERSLEY ST. MARTIN.

1. On a tablet upon n. chancel wall to Frances, wife of John Stanhope, of Womersley, d. Feb. 13th,

1794, aged 36. Arms (tinctnred) quarterly I. and IV. or. a chev.

engr. betw. three lions' faces gu. (Harvey). II. and

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III. quarterly, erm. and gu. Imp. az. a

shin bone in pale surmounted by another in fess or. (Baynes).

2. On another on south chancel wall to Stan- hope, fifth Baron Hawke, of Towton, co. York, b. Jan. 4th, 1804, d. May 9th, 1870.

Crests, I. on a wreath a hawk rising belled and charged on the breast with a fleur-de-lis (Hawke). II. a leopard gorged with a collar engr. (Harvey).

3. On a tablet, west wall of south aisle, to Tobias Harvey, Esq., m. Ann, dau. of Ambrose Holbeach, of Mollington, co. Warwick, by whom he left two sons and six daughters; d. Aug. roth, 1720, aged 60. Arms tinctured (Harvey) imp. az. six escallops three two one arg. (Holbeach). Crest, a leopard pass. ppr. gorged with a collar engr. or (gu ?)

4. In n. aisle is a fine effigy in chain mail and jupon, heater shield on the left arm, legs crossed, and hands in the attitude of prayer, The shield strap adorned with rosettes. Date c. 1280. On the shield five fusils conjoined in fess (Newmarch) On a loose fragment, two bars fusily of ten. (Newmarch). Newmarch, gu. five fusils in fess arg. B.

Newmarch, quarterly I. and IV. as above. | II. and IIL. arg. a fess fusilly gu. P. In window at Sprotborough.

Hatchments- 5. Quarterly I. and IV. arg. on a chev.

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erminois betw. three pilgrims stave purp. (Hawke). II. and III. Harvey, imp. I. Arg. on a chev. betw. three fleur-de-lis sa. as many rams' heads arg. (Ramsden). II. gu. a chev. betw. three ostrich feathers arg. a mullet sa. for difference (Fetherstonhaugh). Crests, I. Hawke. II. Harvey. Supporters, dexter Neptune, his mantle of a sea green colour edged arg. crowned with an eastern coronet or. his dexter arm erect, darting downwards his trident sa. headed silver, his sinister foot on a dolphin also sa.; sinister a sea-horse sa. sustaining in his fore fins a banner arg. the staff broken ppr. Motto, sTRIikE.

To Edward Williams, fourth Baron Hawke, d. 1869. 6. Arms as No. 2.

7. Harvey in pretence. Stanmhope imp. Stanhope helmet. Crest and Motto, mEp1O TUTissimus.

Quarterly I. and IV. quarterly 1 and 4, Hawke. 2 and 3 Harvey. II. or. a cross per pale engr. or. and sa. (Brooke of Turton Hall). III. arg. a chev. betw. three mullets sa. . . ? over all in pretence. Quarterly I. Harvey. II. sa. three lions ramp. arg. (Cheverell ?) 111. arg. a bend lozengy gu. on a chief az. three escallops of the field ( . . ?) IV. sa. a bend indented ? betw. six crosses pattée or. . ? V. arg. a fess indented gu. in chief two birds? sa. VI. az. a chev. or,. betw. three eagles' heads couped arg. . . ? Coronet, crest, supporters, and motto.

To Edward, third Baron Hawke, d. 1824, m. Frances Annie, dau. and heiress of Stanhope Harvey, Esq.

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9. As last, but without crests.

ro. Royal Arms temp. George I.?

WHITGIFT ST. MARY MAGDALENE

I. On an incised slab in centre of chancel the inscription, much defaced, dated 15 . . ?

Arms, a fess betw. four fleur-de-lis (@yll ?) imp. a chev. erm. ?

G@yll, sa. a fess betw. four fleur-de-lis or. B.

2. On a tablet, s. aisle, to Cornelius Stovin, of Whitgift Hall, Esq., d. Feb. 27th, 1779, aged 72. Erected by his nephew and successor, James Stovin.

Arms (tinctured) Barry of six or. and gu. a mullet of six points sa. for difference ((S¥ovin).

3. On another to Elizabeth, wife of Cornelius Stovin, Esq., d. Jan. 5th, 1768, aged 57. Arms (defaced) as 3.

4. On another to Joan, wife of Mr. Cornelius Stovin, of Redness, d. March 19th, 1777, aged 29, and Joan, her dau., d. Feb. 8th, 1788, aged 11. Arms as last. ’

5. On another to James Stovin, Esq., of Redness, who d. May 2nd, 1772, aged 72, and Susannah, his wife, d. Sept. 22nd, 1787, aged 77. Arms as last.

6. On a tablet on opposite wall to Mr. Robert

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Stephenson and his wife, late of Whitgift. Robert, son of Mr. John and Mary Stephenson, lyeth in the Cathedral of Christ Church, Oxford. He dyed March 2st, 1721. His mother d. Dec. 7th, 1743, aged 83. Arms, two shields entirely defaced.

7. On a ledger stone in floor to John Stephen- son, Esq., and h. to Mr. Robert and Margaret Stephenson, d. Dec. 17th, 1769 ? aged 20. Arms (carved) three leopards? heads in bend betw. two bendlets (Stephenson) imp, a chev. betw. three cocks ( . ?) Stephenson, Yorks., gu. on a bend arg. three leopards heads vert. B.

8. On a hideous board, painted with the

decalogue, &c. The Royal Arms. Quarterly I. and IV. England imp. Scotland. II. France. III. Ire- land (temp Anne).

9. On external south parapet of nave- Arms (reversed) -. -- a saltire. On a new piece added to the shield, the date 1562.

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WAPENTAKE

OF

STAINCROSS.

DeEpicateEp By PErmMIssION To

THOMAS F. C. VERNON WENTWORTH,

or WentwortHn CastLr, Esquirs.

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ARDSLEY CHRIST CHURCH,

1. On a tablet to Richard Micklethwait, Esq., of Ardsley House, d. at Ardsley July 6th, 1888, aged 57. Arms (tinctured by lines) checquey arg. and gu. a chief indented az. on a wreath of the colours a griffin's head erased 'and gorged with a collar com- pony arg. and gu. (Micklethwait. Motto, FravEntE NUMINE.

2. On another to John Micklethwait, Esq., of Ardsley House, d. at Thorneville, July 6th, 1861, aged 65. Also Mary Anne, his relict, b. Aug. 16th, 1799, d. at Cheltenham, Jan. 8th, 1869. Arms as last.

3. On reading desk. Crest only, R.M. 1874.

BARNSLEY ST. GEORGE.

On a tablet to John Micklethwait, of Shepcote House, in Ardsley, d. July 29th, 1838, aged 79. Crest on a wreath, a martlet _. . ?

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1. In the west window of south aisle- Arms, arg. a saltire sa. on a chief of the first, three pallets of the second. On a wreath arg. and

gu. a buck's head erased ppr. attired or. (Mazwell). Motto, JE SUIS PRET.

Edmund Maxwell, M.A., Minister, 1844-1852.

2. Arg. a chev. ermines on a canton gu. a talbot's head erased or. On a wreath arg. and gu. a talbot's head erased arg. (Shaw).

«* William Shaw gave the stone."

3. Az. three demi-lions ramp. arg. a mullet for difference (Newman). In pretence erm. on a fess sa. three mullets or. (Lister). On a wreath or. and gu. a demi-lion ramp. arg. betw. two wings erect gu. Motto, UBI AMOR EST FIDES.

" Edward and Mary Newman gave the site."

BARNSLEY ST. MARY.

1. On the exterior of the tower- A fess embattled betw. three butterflies (Keres- forth). Arg. a fess betw. three butterflies gu. H.D.D.

2. In the east window (modern) are shields with

the instruments of the Passion, and the symbol of the Holy Trinity.

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3. On a tablet, south wall of sanctuary, to William Jackson, Esq., late of Beevor, d. May 29th, 1833, in his 74th year. (See H.B. for inscription). Arms (painted) Quarterly I. and IV. gu. a fess betw. three ducks arg. (Jackson). II. and III. arg. a bend az. in sinister chief a martlet sa. (Radcliffe).

H.B. 4. On a tablet upon the opposite wall to the

Rev. John Mence, B.A., Oriel Coll., Oxford, d. Oct. Iq9th, 1761, in his 75th year. Rev. John Mence, - B.A., his son, d. March 8th, 1806, in his 75th year. Rev. John Mence, M.A., Fellow of Worcester Coll., Oxford, d. Dec. Ist, 1816, aged 40, son of last- named. William Cooke Mence, his brother, d. Feb. 2nd, 1843, aged 60. Crest on a shield, a wreath, and thereon a wolf's? head couped, and above it a cingfoil toward the dexter. 5. On a tablet in south chapel to Joseph Beckett, Esq., merchant and banker, d. Feb. 11th, 1840, aged 88; and Mary, his wife, dau. of John Staniforth, Esq., of Hull, d. Feb. 13th, 1840, aged 79. Arms (carved) a fess erm. betw. three boars' heads couped in middle chief a crescent for differ- ence (Beckeit) In pretence a fess indented betw. six martlets? ?) Crest, on a wreath a boar's head couped pierced by a cross pattée fitchée

erect (Beckett). Beckett of Barnsley, gu. a fess erminois betw. three boars

heads couped or. a crescent arg. Crest, a boar's head couped

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or. and pierced with a cross pattee fitchee erect sa. H.B. (Stan- forth of Hull . . ?

6.. The windows of the south aisle (modern) bear on shields the emblems of the Tribes of Israel.

7. On a tablet in south aisle to Charles Palmer, late of Thurnscoe Hall, Esq., d. Aug. 28th, 1780, aged 55. Erected by Anne, his wife. (See H.B. for inscription. Arms (painted) Quarterly I. and IV. arg. two bars sa. each charged with three trefoils slipped of the first in chief a greyhound of the second collared or. (Palmer). II. and III. arg. a chev. gu. betw. three fleur-de-lis az. (Belasyse) imp. az. on a fess or. betw. three doves close arg. two escallops of the field (Armroyd H.B.) Crest, on a wreath or. and sa. a greyhound sejant sa. collared or. (Paimer).

8. In the north chapel, on a tablet, to Henry Wood, of Barnsley, Gent., d. May 4th, 1720, aged 75, and Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of William Simp- son, of Babworth, co. Notts., d. Dec. 31st, 1748, aged 81. By her he had issue six sons and seven daughters. Arms (painted) az. three woodmen ambulant in fess holding in the sinister hand a club slanting over the shoulder in bend all ppr. and on the dexter arm a shield arg. charged with a cross gu. (Wood of Barnsley) imp. p. bend sinister or. and sa. a lion ramp counter-changed (Simpson) surmounted by an esquire's helmet, and mantling.

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In a window in the n. aisle to Thomas Vernon Wentworth, of Wentworth Castle, Esq., d. 1885, aged go. Erected by his son and dau. Thomas F. C. and Louisa Vernon Wentworth. Three shields; in the centre, quarterly I. and IV. sa. a chev. betw. three lions' faces or. (Went worth). II. and III. arg. a fret sa. (Vernon of Sudbury). Crests, I. a griffin pass. arg. (Wentworth). II. a boar's head erased sa. gorged with a crest coronet or. (Vernon). Supporters, a griffin arg. and a lion or. Motto, EN DIEU EsT ToVT.

to. Gu. two keys in saltire arg. in chief a crown or. (See of York). imp. arg. two chevronels sa. a

bordure vert. charged with three martlets or. (Maclughan).

11. Az. a fleur-de-lis or. in chief three celestial crowns of the second (See of Wakefield). Imp. quarterly I. and IV. arg. a fess guttée d'or betw. three wolves' heads erased of the second (How).

II. and III. arg. three rooks sa. beaked and mem- bered or. (Walsham).

12. Two shields have recently been removed from the chancel windows, viz., Archbishop Vernon Harcourt, as at Badsworth, and one for Thomas Vernon Wentworth. Quarterly I. and IV. Went- worth. II. Vernon of Sudbury. IV. Vernon of Hazlington. ‘

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1. On a brass on south chancel wall, to Louisa Blanche, wife of George Cecil Foljambe, of Cock- glode, eldest dau. of Fred John and Lady Fanny Howard, d. Oct. 7th, 1871, aged 29. Six shields, tinctured by lines. I. quarterly of VI. I. gu. a bend betw. six crosses-crosslet fitchée arg. charged with an escutcheon (augmentation for Flodden) viz., or. a demi-lion pierced through the mouth with an arrow, all within a double tressure flory counter-flory gu. (Howard, Earl of Carlisle). II. gu. three lions pass. guardant or. over all a label of three points arg. (Thomas de Brotherton). III. checquey or. and az. (Warrenne). IV. gu. a lion ramp. or. (De Mowbray). V. gu. five escallops arg. (D' Acre). VI. Barry of six arg. and az. three chaplets of roses ppr. (G@reystock).

2. Quarterly of VI. sa. three stags' heads caboshed arg. (Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire) II. arg. a saltire engr. az. on a chief of the last three roses ppr. (Hoskins). III. p. bend embattled arg. and gu. (Boyle). IV. checquey or. az. a fess gu. (Clifford). V. arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field (Savile). VI. sa. a lion pass. guardant or. betw. three esquires' helmets arg. (Compéon).

3. Howard, imp. a fess betw. three lambs pass. arg. (Lambton).

4. Cavendish, imp. arg. on a field vert. on the sinister a copse of oak and issuant therefrom a

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wolf pass. toward the dexter ppr. (O'Callaghan).

5. Quarterly of IX. I. az. a lion ramp. in a bordure or. (Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury for Belisme. P.) II. gu. a lion ramp. in a bordure engr. or (Baron Talbot de Malahide. P.) III. Bendy of ten arg. and gu. (Talbot, ancient). IV. Barry of ten arg. and gu. an orle of twelve martlets of the last (De Valence, Earl of Pembroke). V. gu. a saltire arg. a martlet sa. for difference (Thomas Nevill, d. 1406. P.) VI. arg. a bend betw. six martlets gu. (Lord Furnival). VII. or. a fret gu. ('Isle). VIII. arg. two lions pass. guardant gu. (Le Strange). IX. arg. a lion ramp. gu. (Verdun).

6. Quarterly of VIII. I. sa. on a bend betw. six escallops or. an inescutcheon (for augmentation) arg. a lion ramp. az (Foljambe). II. arg. two an- nulets linked together gu. betw. three crosses formée sa. (Thornhagh, co. Notts P.) III.. arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field (Sevile). IV. az. a fess wavy arg. charged with a cross pattée gu. betw. two estoiles or., in augmentation on a chief wavy of the second, a cormorant sa. beaked and legged of the third holding in his beak a branch of seaweed vert. (Jenkinson V. or. on a bend vert. three wheat sheaves of the field (Shuckburgh?) VI. az. a griffin arg. and a chief or. (Evelyn). VII. arg. two bars gemelles sa. in chief three mullets pierced

of the last (Medley). VIII. as I.

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No Armoriars.

CAWTHORNE ALL SAINTS.

1. On a finely carved chest brought from Florence, a bend sinister. Supporters, two pegasi . ?

2. On a tablet, south chancel aisle to Mr. Richard Green, of Banks Hall, Gent., son of Wm. Green, Gent., and Ann, his wife, dau. of Anthony Deverere, M.D., by his wife Barbara, dau. of Thomas Edmunds, of Worsborough, Esq. William Green d. March 7th, 1723, aged 33. John Green, of Banks Hall, d. March 21st, 1729, aged 36. Richard Banks d. Feb. 23rd, 1732, an infant. Erected by Samuel Green, 1733. Richard d. March 19th, 1707, aged 25. (See H.C.) . Arms (painted) az. three demi-lions ramp. erased

erminois (Greer).

3. In the east window of n. chancel aisle- Gu. on a bend erm. three pierced cingfoils sa. Crest, on a helmet and wreath arg. and gu., a trunk of an oak tree couped and sprouting ppr. (Roddam of Roddam).

4. Quarterly erm. and gu. Crest, on a helm and wreath of the colours a tower az. with a demi- lion issuant from the battlements or. ducally crowned

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gu. holding betw. its paws a grenade firing ppr. (Stanhope).

5. Az. a fess erm. betw. six sea mews' heads erased ppr. Crest, on a helmet and wreath a sea mew ppr. (Spencer of Cannon Hall).

6. Arg. a chev. betw. three stags' heads erased sa. Crest, on a helmet and wreath a stag at gaze in a holly bush ppr. (Collingwood of Dissington ).

7. Quarterly I. and IV. Stanhope. II. and III.

Spencer; imp. p. pale gu. and az. three eagles dis- played arg. (Coke).

8. On a tablet to John Spencer, of Canon Hall, Gent., d. April 13th, 1739, aged 74, and Johanna, his wife, dau. of John Wilson of Wortley, d. April 16th, 1699, aged 40, by whom he had issue Hugh, John, Dorothy, William and Edward (see H.C.) Arms (painted) Spencer, imp. sa. a wolf ramp. or. (Wilson of Wortley).

9. On a tablet to Christiana, dau. of Benjamin Ashton, of Hethersedge, wife of William Spencer, of Canon Hall, Esq., d. Nov. 20th, 1737, in her 5ist year, by whom she had issue Christiana, John, Alice, Maria, Benjamin, William. Infants, Susannah and Dorothy now living. (See H.C.) Arms, Spencer, a mullet sa. for difference, imp. arg. a mullet pierced sa. (Ashton).

io. On another, Latin inscription to Sir John Spencer, d. 1776, aged 67. (See H.C.) Crest of Spencer.

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11. In the west window of nave-

Gu. two keys in saltire or. in chief a crown of the second (See of York).

12. Arg. on a saltire gu. two keys wards downwards or. on a chief of the second a Holy lamb ppr. (See of Ripon). 13. On the font is an ancient shield. A human heart betw. in chief two hands and in base the same

number of feet all dlsposed in saltire (The shield of the Sacred Heart).

14. On a silver gilt flagon- "Ex dono Johannis Spencer, de Canon Hall, Generosi, An. Dom. 1713." Arms and Crest of Spencer.

15. On a mansoleum in the Churchyard- Quarterly I. and IV. Stanhope. II. and III. Spencer imp. Coke. +

*CUMBERWORTH ST. NICHOLAS,

No Armoriars.

DARTON ALL SAINTS.

1. Hatchment in chancel- Az. a chev. arg. betw. three cotton hanks of the last (Cotton). In pretence gu. a fess erm. betw. two lions pass. in pale arg. betw. four crosses-crosslet

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or. (4Ackion). Crest on a wreath, arg. and az. a falcon close ppr. jessed and belled or. sustaining with the dexter foot a belt az. buckled of the second. (See No. 2).

2. On a tablet, north chancel wall, to Thomas Cotton, Esq., late of Hague Hall, d. Aug. 3rd, 1802, aged 79, and Rebecca, his wife, dau. of John Acton, Esq., of Beech, co. Chester, d. May 21st, 1816, aged 83. Arms as No. 1 (without crest). 3. On a tablet, south chancel wall, Infra requiescit quiquid mortale Georgii Marsh, M.B., qui

obiit Feb. 26th, 1682. Arms (defaced) . . a fess chequey . . ?

4. On a cast iron slab in sanctuary to " William Cotton, of Haigh, Gent., who m. to his second wife, Anna, ye dau. of George Westby, of Ravensfield, Esq., by whom he had issue 9 sonns and 6 daughters, d. May 6th, 1703, in his 55th year.

Arms, Cotton imp. on a chev. three cingfoils (Westby). Crest, Cotton. Westby, Arg. on a chev. az. three cingfoils pierced of the field. B.

5. A large mural monument occupies the east end of south aisle In the centre is a statue of deceased, and on the sinister side a woman tending a child, and on the dexter a female holding in her hand a golden gauntlet. A long Latin inscription in memory of “Johannié Silvester Armiger"

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qui obiit 5th die Maii Ao. Do. 1625, aet suae 70. Erected by his son Edward. The arms are much defaced. {Per chev. or. and az. three woodcocks sa. beaked and membered gu. Crest lost (SWvester). See No. 6.

6. On a tablet on south wall, M. S. Reverendi Edvarin Silvester genere clari . . . qui uxorem habuit Annam Mariam Godfredi Wentworth de Hickleton filiam, obiit Do. Christo 1727, Suae Etatis 36.

Arms (defaced) imp. sa. a chev. betw. three lions' faces or. (Wentworth). Crest on a wreath, or. and gu. a woodcock of the first beaked and membered of the second ((Sivester).

7. On a tablet in north chancel aisle I. M. Thomae Beaumont, Nuper Chapelthorpe, generosi; " Hoc marmore perennis exegit" Pauperibus, de Criggle- stone cl., De Darton c libras, in perpetuum legavit ; obiit 3omo. Aprilis a.p. mpccxxx1. Ao Es 56, et Francisc» filia Richardi Beaumont de Whitley Armiger, uxor chara Georgii Beaumont de Darton, obiit 14mo. Aprilis, 1735, etatis 37. Georgius Beau- mont Gen. obiit Jan. 27th, 1735, statis 40. Anna filia tertia Edwardi Ayscoghe de Louth, in comitate Linc. uxor Thomae Beaumont de Darton, Arm. Nata ist Jan., 1735, obiit 14mo Decs., 1779. Thomae Beaumont Arm de Darton obiit 6mo. die Febii.

sts. 61.

Arms, gu. a lion ramp. arg. langued and armed

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az. in an orle of crescents of the second. Crest, a bull's head erased quarterly arg. and gu. (Beau mont). 8. On a cast iron slab to Sarah, wife of George Beaumont, buried Oct. 15th, 1646. Jane, ye wife of Mr. W. Beaumont, and dau. of Wm. Milner, of Burton Abbey, buried in the same grave, May 29th, 1713, in ye 69th year of her age. Gertrude, ye wife of Mr George Beaumont, Junr., dau. of John Bagshaw, of Great Hucklow, Derbyshire, Esq., buried at their feet Sept. 11th, 1713. Arms and crest, Beaumont.

9. On a similar slab to George Beaumont, of Darton, Gent., d. April 19th, 1664. George Beau- mont, of Chapelthorpe, grandson of last, d. June 4th, 1712, aged 49 years, buried in the same grave. Also William Beaumont, of Darton, Gent., father of the last-named, at their feet Dec. 18th, 1713, in his 76th year. Arms as No. 8.

10. On a stone slab, with four iron rings in- serted, are two heart-shaped plates of brass, to Ann, wife of Thomas Beaumont, Esq., and third dau. of Edward Ayscoghe, Esq., of Louth, co. Linc., b. Jan. Ist, 1735, m. July 18th, 1751. d. Dec. 14th, 1778. Arms (tinctured by lines) Beaumont in pretence sa. a fess betw. three asses pass. arg. (Ayscoghe).

11. And to Thomas Beaumont, Esq., d. Feb. 6th, 1785, aged 61.

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Arms, Beaumont, in pretence Ayscoghe.

12. Upon bosses on the roof are the following arms of patrons. Paly of six on a bend three mullets (Dronsfield ).

Dronsfield, paly of siz arg. and sa. on a bend three mullets erced or. - B.

13. Lozengy a fess B. (Rockley). Lozengy arg. and gu. a fess sa. ( Rockley).

14. 'Three covered cups (Burton Abbey). Priory of St Mary Magdalene at Lund or Burton Abbey Sa. three covered cups arg.

15. On a tablet in south aisle, to Joseph Shaw, of Staincross, d. May 24th, 1820, aged 65. Eliza- beth, his wife, d. Nov. 12th, 1806, aged 32. George, his father, d. Jan. 8th, 1785, aged 62. Elizabeth, his mother, d. Sept. 20th, 1792, aged 56. Also John, d. Jan. 7th, 1796, aged 36. George d. March 26th, 1799, aged 38. Elizabeth, second wife of Joseph Feb. 11th, 1842, aged 63. Arms quite lost.

16. Hatchment in the vestry-

For Charlotte Caroline Augusta Guelph, Princess of Wales, d. Nov. 6th, 1817.

17. On an altar tomb in Churchyard, to John Beaumont, of Darton, Gent., who d. Feb. 1680. Also Sarah, John, and Joseph, children of William

Beaumont. On a wreath, crest of Beaumont.

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18. On flagon. Ex dono John Silvester, Esq. Arms and crest of Sylvester.

*DENBY ST. JOHN. The Royal Arms temp . . ?

*DODWORTH ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST,

No Armoriars.

FELKIRK ST. PETER.

i. On a tablet in north chancel aisle to the Rt. Honble. Robert Monckton Arundel, fourth Viscount Galway, of the Kingdom of Ireland, Knight of the Bath, Privy Councillor, b. July 4th, 1758, d. July 23rd, 1810. Bridget Milnes, Vis- countess Galway, his second wife, erected this tablet.

Arms, Quarterly I. and IV. sa. on a chev. betw. three martlets or. as many mullets of the field (Monckion). 11. and III. sa. six hirundelles in pile arg. (Arundel). Ensigned by a coronet. Supporters, two unicorns erm. gorged with an earl's coronet or. Motto, FAMAM EXTENDERE FACTIS.

2. On a tablet on the tower to John Watson, of

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South Hiendley, Architect, d. April 18th, 1771, aged 52, and Mary, his wife, d. March 10th, 1809, aged 78. Arms (painted) arg. on a chev. betw. three martlets sa. as many crescents of the first (Watson). In pretence arg. a mascle sa. in a bordure indented of the last (Shepley). Hatchments in the ringing chamber- 3. Quarterly Arundel and Monckion, with coronet

and supporters. Legend, PaTIAR ET POTIAR.

4. Quarterly Arundel and Monckton, imp. or. six broken shin bones two two two chevron-wise, their joints almost meeting in pale gu. a bordure az. charged alternately with fleur-de-lis and plates (+D Villa Costa Real). For William, third Viscount Galway, who d. in 1772. (See B.P .) 5. Monckion, imp. quarterly I. and IV. az. a stork or. (Mathew). II. and III. gu. two mullets in fess or. (Barony. of Leemput). Ensigned by a helmet and coronet. Legend, aD VITAM REDEAM. Mathew, of Thesunger should be a stork ppr. in a bordure arg. B. And the Barony az. two stars in fess or. B. For Elizabeth, Viscountess Galway, who d. in 1801.

6. Quarterly Arundel and Monckion, imp. arg. a lion ramp. sa. betw. nine crosses pattée of the last (Handfield). Crests, I. or. on a chapeau az. turned up erm. a swallow arg. (Arundeli). II. a martlet or. (Monckton). Coronet, supporters, and Legend, crRrucEs DUM SPIRO FIDO.

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For William George, fifth Viscount Galway, d. 1834.

7. On this hatchment the shields are arranged for a Knight. I. Monckion quartering Arundel within the Ribbon of the Order of the Bath. II. as I. In pretence az. a chev. betw. three mill sails or. (Milnes). Crest, on a coronet Arundel. Supporters. Motto, in caro quirs. For George Edward, sixth Viscount Galway and Baron Killard.

GAWBER ST. THOMAS,

No Armoriars.

HEMSWORTH ST. HELEN.

1. In the east window seven shields with Pas- sion symbols.

2. On a tablet in the chancel, to Barbara, wife of William Wrightson, Esq., of Cusworth, dau. and heiress of James Bland, Esq., of Hurworth, co. Durham, and Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Cuthbert | Routh, Esq., of Dimsdale, d. July 28th, 1783. (See H.D.D., II., 429). Arms (partly tinctured by lines) or. a fess com- pony arg. and az. betw. three griffins' heads erased of the third (Wrightson). In pretence on a bend three pheons (Bland). '

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3. On a small panel, to record the benefactions of Archbishop Holgate, b. 1487, d. 1555, founder of the Holgate Grammar School, 1546, and the Holgate Hospital in 1555, in this, his native place. Erected 1887. Arms (tinctured) Gu. two keys in saltire in chief a crown or. (See of York). Imp. or. three bulls' heads erased az.? (Hoilgatet). Tinctures very doubtful.

4. Tablet in south chapel to Thomas Bradshaw, Esq., of High Hall, Hemsworth, d. Aug. 12th, 1765, aged 72. ' Arms (tinctured) arg. two bendlets betw. as many martlets sa. (Bradshaw),

5. Over the chancel arch- Royal Arms, lettered G.R. (George I.) 6. On a tablet in north aisle to Catharine, wife of Sir Thomas Gargrave, of Nosthel, dau. to Sir Thomas Wentworth, of Wentworth Wodehouse, Esq., and his wife, Margaret, dau. and heiress of the Gascoynes, of Gawthorpe, d. Oct. 6th. 1631. Erected by her only child, Prudence. (See H.D.D., . II., 429). Arms, five shields, tinctured. In the centre of pediment- Arms in a lozenge. Lozengy arg. and sa. on a bend of the second three crescents of the first (Gargrave). Imp. sa. a chev. betw. three lions' faces (or.) Wentworth.

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On the dexter of last. Or. a lion ramp. sa. over all three bars gemelles gu. (Fairfax).

8. On the sinister of 6. Quarterly of VI. I. Wentworth. II. arg. a cross gricé sa. (Wodehouset). III. arg. a cross formeé throughout sa. (Hotont). IV. arg. on a pale sa. a pike's head couped and erect of the field (Gascoigne). V. gu. a saltire arg. (Nevile), VI. arg. five fusils conjoined in fess gu. (Newmarch).

9. On the dexter bracket (G@argrave). io. On sinister bracket (Wentworth).

11. Two ancient shields, formerly in east win- dow, are in the possession of the Rector. Az. a maunch or. (Conyers).

12. Hatchments formerly in chancel, now at Rectory. Arms, Wrightson in pretence Bland and per fess arg. and gu. a lion ramp. or. in dexter chief an estoile (cingfoil) of the same (Heber). Crest, a unicorn salient arg. crined armed and unguled or. To William Wrightson, of Cusworth (see No. 1) d. in 1827, m. secondly dau. of Richard Heber of Marton,

l 13. Arms in a lozenge, as No. I., and to the

same lady. 14. Arms in a lozenge. Quarterly I. and IV. sa. a chev. arg. betw. three goats pass. of the last

each charged on the body with two pallets gu. attired or. on a chief of the last, a demi-savage

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holding in his dexter hand a club resting on his shoulder in bend all ppr. betw. two cingfoils of the third (Baitie), II. and III. Wrightson). In pretence quarterly I. and IV. I. and IV. Wrightson. II. and III. per fess gu. and arg. six martlets counter- changed (Fenwick). For Isabella Batiie Wrightson, d. in 1716.

15. Arms, Wrightson in pretence Fenwick. For William Wrightson's second wife, Isabella.

16. As No. 12, but without crest.

HIGH HOYLAND ALL SAINTS.

No

HOYLAND SWAINE ST. JOHN,

No Armoriars.

PENISTON ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST.

1. On a tablet in chancel to Godfrey Bosvile, of Gunthwaite, Esq., d. June 18th, 1714. Arms painted (defaced) Quarterly of VIII. I. arg. a fess fusilly of five gu. in chief three bears' - heads erased sa. (Bosvile). II. . . a talbot pass. . . on a chief three human heads couped at the shoulder . . ? III. paly of six arg. and gu. on

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a bend sa. three mullets or. (Dronsfield). IV. arg. three crosses patonce gu. (Stainton). V. erm. three bends gu. ({Gunthwaite). VI. arg. on a fess betw. three church bells gu. as many crosses-crosslet of the field (Ozspring). VII. gu. a fess vair in chief a unicorn pass. betw. two mullets in bend sinister or. all within a bordure engr. of the last pellettée (Wukinson). In pretence quarterly I. and IV. arg. four bars az. on a canton or. a Cornish chough ppr. (Hotham). II. and III. arg. a lion ramp. in an orle of fleur-de- lis sa. (Beaumont).

2. On a similar tablet to Bridget, second dau. of Sir John Hotham, of Scarborough, Bart., by Dame Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Sapcote Viscount Beaumont. She m. Godfrey Bosvile, of Gunthwaite Hall, Esq., Oct., 1681, and d. Dec. 19th, 1708. Arms, as 1.

In the south clerestory- 3. Bosvile imp. Hotham.

On a hatchment- 4. Arg. on a bend sa. three owls (Savile). Imp. p. bend gu. and az. on a bend sa. three plates. ? Crest, on a wreath an owl.

ROYSTON ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST.

On a board in the chancel four shields. I. Quarterly I. sa. (vert?) on a fess or. betw. three bears ramp. arg. armed and langued gu. as

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many fleur-de-lis of the last (Blitkman). II. arg on a fess cottised gu three cingfoils of the field (Nor- manvile). III. arg. a bend wavy sa. (Burfon). IV. arg. a lion ramp. sa. armed and langued gu. in an orle of fleur-de-lis of the second (Lacy?). Imp. quarterly I. az. on a bend arg. three torteaux (Whitley). II. gu. three palmers' staves erect arg. (Palmer?) III. gu. two bars or. in chief three bezants (Garland?) IV. arg. a lion ramp. in an orle of crosses-crosslet gu.

2. Blithman imp. quarterly gu. and erm. (Stankope). William Blythman, Esq., d. 1659, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir John Stamhope, Knt. (Whitaker's, Leeds).

3. Blithman imp. arg. four fusils conjoined in fess and in chief three bears' heads erased gu. (Bosvile). Foljambe Blythman, Esq. m. Mary, dau. and co-heiress of T. Bosseville, Esq. (Whitaker's, Leeds).

4. Blithman imp. arg. on a chev. sa. three covered cups of the field (Butler).

William Blithman, brother of last, m. Jane, dau. of Mr. Thomas Butler (Whitaker's, Leeds.) Crest, on a wreath, or. and sa. a demi- bear arg. muzzled gu. grasping in his fore-paws a battle-axe ppr. (Blythman). In memory of William Blythman, Esq., d. Feb. 1659. (See H.D.D., II., 382.) " Posuit Elizabeth Blythman."

5. On a fine marble tomb enclosed within an

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iron railing north side of chancel, to Sandford Nevile, of Chevet, Esq., who first m. Dorothy, eldest dau. of Humphre Shalcrosse, of Digswell, in the county of Hartford, Esq. . . and secondly Anne, eldest dau. of Sir John Wolstenholme, Knt., d. March 17th, 1672, aged 50. Two shields (carved). I. a saltire (Nevile) imp. a lion pass. betw. three pheons (Wolstenholme). II. a saltire betw. four annulets (Shalcross). Crest, a bull's head erased (Nevile). Nevile, gu. a saltire arg. B. Wolstenholme, of Nostell, az. a lion pass. guardant betw. three pheons or. B. Shal- cross, gu. a saltire betw. four annulets or. B.

6. On a tablet east end of chancel to Elizabeth, dau. of Mr. John Ramington, of Carlton, and wife of Henry Tudor, of Sheffield, Gent., d. March 22nd, 1800, aged 42. -Arms (carved). Quarterly I. and IV. three lions' ramp. crowned (Tudor?t) II. and III. a chev. erm. betw. three birds close {(. ?) Crest, now destroyed.

7. Tablet on south wall of nave to Rev. George Wood, A.B., d. June 17th, 1781? 76, and Jane, his wife, d. Oct. 19th, 1778, aged 56, and their children, John, Francis, Joel, and William, who d. infants. Arms (painted) az. three woodmen ambulant in fess wreathed about the waist vert., holding in the dexter hand a shield arg. and thereon a cross gu. and in the sinister a club slanting over the shoulder

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in bend or. Crest, on a wreath of the colours a woodman as in the arms (Wood).

On bosses of the nave roof- 8. A chev. . . ?

9. A saltire (Nevile).

Three covered cups.

Priory of St. Mary Magdalene at Lund or Burton Abbey sa. three covered cups arg. Patrons of the Living. 11. Semée of crosses-crosslet three cingfoils ?

D'Arcy, az. semee of three cingfouls arg. B.

12. On south aisle roof, as No. 9.

13. On a tablet in south aisle to Henry Broad- head, Esq., d. Nov. 13th, 1754, aged 72, who " By will bequeathed to the poor of Roystone £400, to be vested in lands, and the profits to be yearly applyed to the placing out of one poor boy, and one girl, - or only one boy or one girl, of the Township of ~ Monk Bretton, apprentices." Arms (painted and defaced) erm. in chief two eagles displayed gu. and in base a lion ramp. ppr. gorged and chained or. Crest, a demi-lion ramp. gorged and chained supporting a shield erm. charged

with an eagle gu. (Broadhead).

14. On a board in north aisle- Royal Arms, dated 1713. Motto, EaApENM. (Anne). 15. On an altar tomb in Churchyard, to Mary, wife of John Wordsworth, of Monk Bretton, Gent.,

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d. Jan. 25th, 1707, aged 57. He d. Aug. 1oth, 1727, aged 64. Arms (beautifully mantled) on a chief three church bells. Crest on an esquire's helmet an antelope pass. (Wordsworth).

Wordsworth, az. three bells, arg. B.

RYHILL ST. JAMES,

No Armoriars.

*SCISSETT ST. AUGUSTINE,

No Armoriars.

SILKSTONE ALL SAINTS.

1. The hammer beams of the new chancel roof bear shields, each charged with a ladder erect in pale.

2. On a tablet, south wall of chancel, with a Latin inscription to Richard Cudworth, Gent., d.

1657, aged 62. Arms (painted) a fess erminois betw. three

demi-lions ramp. or. (See H.D.D., II., 226).

3. On a tablet fixed to north wall of chancel to

Robert Goldwell Clarke, Esq., of Noblethorpe, d. June 9th, 1843, aged 5, and Sarah Ann, his wife,

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d. Aug. 31st, 1861, aged 56. Erected by Sarah Ann, her sister.

Arms (carved) a fess erm. betw. three trefoils slipped. Crest on a wreath, a cubit arm, the hand holding a rose, flowered and slipped (Moseley).

The arms of Moseley were commonly used by Mr. Clarke, and placed by mistake on this tablet. See below, No. 7.

4. On a large monument in the south chapel, with recumbent effigies, resting on an altar tomb, the sides enriched by classical trophies of arms, to the Hon. Lord Thomas Wentworth, of Bretton Hall, Kant. and Bart., d. Dec. 5th, 1675, aged 63, and Lady Grace, his wife, dau. and sole heiress of Francis Popeley, of Morehouse, Knt. On the wall piece is a long Latin inscription and three shields.

(See H.D.D., II., 225).

Arms, on central shield (much defaced) Quarterly I. sa. a chev. betw. three lions' faces or., a crescent for difference, over all the Badge of Ulster (Wentworth of Breiton). II. gu. on a bend arg. three escallops az. (Bissett). III. paly of six arg. and sa. on a bend gu. three mullets or. (Dronsficld). IV. arg. on a bend sa. doubly cottised three eagles displayed of the field (Popeley). V. arg. a fess betw. three crosses pattée gu. (« . ?) VI. vert. two lions pass. guardant arg. ? (Mirfield). VII. arg. a saltire gu. (Nevile). VIII. arg. a fess engr. betw. three human hands bendways sa. couped at the wrist (Bate). IX. . . a cross X. as I. surmounted by a full face helmet and crest.

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A griffin pass. gorged with a crest coronet and

richly mantled. Betw. this are two small shields, both alike.

5. Quarterly I. and IV. Wentworth. II. and III. Popeley. Above the monument is suspended a funeral casque.

6, In the east window- Quarterly I. and IV. barry of eight arg. and gu. a lion ramp. or. (Brandor). II. and III. quarterly 1 and 4, az. a cross moline or. (Brunt). 2 and 3, lozengy erm. and gu. ?) Ensigned by a coronet or. P.

7. In a modern window, north aisle to Robert Clarke, of Noblethorpe.

Quarterly I. arg. on a bend gu. betw. three pellets as many swans ppr. (Clarke of Noblethorpe). II. az. a fess erminois betw. three trefoils slipped or. (Moseley). III. Quarterly 1, az. a lion ramp. arg. (G@ozon). II. az, three fleur-de-lis arg. a label of the last (Orleans Longuevilie). 3, az. a pallet bendways betw. three fleur-de-lis arg. (Bourbon St. Pol). 4, or. two bars gu. an orle of nine martlets sa. (Malingnon, Count de Gace). IV. az. on a bend arg. three unicorns' heads erased of the field (Smith of Wyam). Crest, on a wreath arg. and gu. a dove, wings elevated ppr. holding in her beak an ear of wheat leaved and slipped or. (Clarke).

The quarterings are assigned from private information.

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8. On bosses on nave roof are angels holding shields, three with instruments of the Passion, and one with the shield of the Sacred Heart as at Caw- thorne. These are ancient.

g. The Royal Arms carved on both sides, temp. George . ? (Prior to the Union with Ireland).

o. On the exterior of the tower, above the west

window. Paly of six on a bend three mullets (Dronsfield).

STAINBOROUGH ST. JAMES.

1. - In the east window-

I. arg. a griffin or. II. arg. a lion pass. or. (Supporters of Wentworth).

2. Painted on gallery, in the centre-

Quarterly of XII. I. sa. a chev. betw. three lions' faces or. a crescent for difference (Wentworth). II. arg. a cross gricé sa. (Woodhouse). III. paly of six or. and gu. a bend counter-changed (Pollington). IV. arg. a chev. betw. three foxs' heads erased gu. (Tinslowe). V. arg. on a pale sa. a pike's head couped and erect or. (Gascoigne). VI. gu. a saltire arg. (FitzMaildred). VII. Lozengy or. and gu. on a canton erm. a martlet sa. (Nevile). VIII. gu. a lion ramp. or. semée of billets of the first (Buimer). IX vairée

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or. and gu. (Ferrers. X. gu. a fess checquey arg. and sa. betw. six crosses pattée of the second (Boteler). XI. or. gu. a fess fusilly of five or. (Newmarch). XII. arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field (Savile). Ensigned with an earl's coronet. Supporters, dexter a griffin arg., sinister a lion or. The quarterings assigned from a parchment in possession of Mr. Wentworth.

3. Wentworth, encircled by the Ribbon of the Order of the Garter.

4. Wentworth. In pretence quarterly I. and IV. or. on a fess dancettée sa. three bezants, in base a mill rind of the last. II. and III. or. on a fess dancettée sa. three bezants (Johnson ?)

TANKERSLEY ST. PETER.

1. On exterior of north aisle- Quarterly I. and IV. lozengy (Fiiézwilliam). II. and III. a chev. betw. three lions' faces, a crescent for difference (Wentworth). Imp. quarterly I. a chief indented (Buwfler). II. three covered cups (Bufler). III. a lion ramp. on a chief a swan betw. two annulets(..?) III. erm. a saltire (Desmond ?). For Butler, Earl of Ormonde. _- Fiuzwilliam, lozengy arg. and gu. Wentworth, sa. a chev. betw. three lions faces or. Butler, or. a chief indented az. Butler, gu. three covered cups or. . . az. a lion ramp. sa. on _ a chef gu. a swan, wings expanded of the first, betw. two

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annulets or. Desmond, erm. a saltire gu. B. _The stone Juns, xxi. 1888.

2, On an incised slab in chancel to Richard Wortley Armiger, d. Oct. _. ? 15 . ? Arms, on a bend betw. six martlets three roundels (Wortley). + Wortley, arg. on a bend betw. six martlets gu. three bezanits. B.

3. On corbels in north aisle (modern)- A chev. betw. three crescents (Walker) imp. a chev. betw. three garbs, on sinister canton a fret. (Blake). - Mason's error. Quarterly I. and IV. Walker, az. a chev. betw. three crescents or. II. and III. vert. a chev. betw. three garbs or. on a canton of the second a fret az ( Blake). George Blake Walker, of Tankersley Grange, Esq.,

Churchwarden.

4. Quarterly I. and IV. a buck's head caboshed

in base two palm branches in saltire (Mackenzie). II. Wortley. III. A fess checquey in a double tressure flory counter-flory (Stuart Earl of Wharncliffe). Quarterly I. and IV. Mackenzie, az. a stag's head caboshed within two laurel branches or. II. Wortley. III. Stuart, arg. a fess checquey or. and az. within a double

tressure flory counter-flory gu. B.

5. Quarterly I. and IV. Fitzwilliam. II. and IIL (Wentworth).

6. On a bend three escallops (Tankersiey). | Arg. on a bend gu. three escallops or. B.

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7. Erm. on a chev. three cingfoils (Hadfield). Mr. Charles Hadfield, Architect, erm. on a chev. sa. three cing fouls or. ? 8. Two keys in saltire in chief a crown imp. a lion ramp. (Thompson ). Gu. two keys in saltire arg. a crown or. See of York, imp. az. a lion ramp. arg. (Archbp. Thompson)

9. On a fess within a bordure engr. three escallops (Fenn). Rev. W. Mason Fenn, Rector, arg. on a fess az. three

escallops of the field in a bordure engr. of the second. B.

10. On a bend three owls (Savile). Arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field. B.

II. On a slab in churchyard, once in church- Hic Jacet Thomae Wentworth, generosus, Natu Maximi Hugonis Wentworth de South Elmsall, gener. qui obiit apud Tankersley, 17th Feb., Anno Domini 1686, 44. Arms, Wentworth, an esquire's helmet. Crest, a griffin pass. all richly mantled.

*THURGOLAND HOLY TRINITY,

No Armoriars.

WEST BRETTON CHAPEL,

No Armoriars.

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No Armoriaus.

WORSBOROUGH ST. MARY.

1. On drip stones of south porch- Lozengy a fess (Rockley). Lozengy arg. and gu. a fess sa. B.

2. On an altar tomb, the brasses from which have been stolen, to Tho. *Rockley, Arm. obiit 1517. (a) Rockley. (B) Two bars each charged with three mullets of six points, an annulet for difference (Hoptor). Imp. (Rockley). (z) Hopton, imp. on a chev. betw. three bulls' heads as many cingfoils (Srey). H.D.D. (p) Hopton). Hopton, arg. two bars sa. each charged with three mullets of six points or. B. Strey, sa. on a chev. engr. betw. three lions heads erased or. as many cingfoils gu. B. *This Sir Thos. m. Alice, dau. of Sir Roger Hopton. (See HW. & H.D.D., II., 296).

3. On a curious oaken monument, containing effigies (as in life above, as a skeleton below), of Sir Roger Rockley. (H.D.D., II., 296. See also H.W., p. 299. Ten shields. A, blank. B, Rockley. C, Rockley,

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imp. a bend betw. six martlets (Mouniteney). D, Mount- ney). The shields occur in the same order on the opposite side of the monument. Mouniney, or. a bend betw. six martlets gu. - B.

4. - On a - tablet in south aisle, Latin inscription to Henry Edmunds, Esq., and Thomas Edmunds, Gent., his brother; both d. March 22nd,

1708-9. (See H.W. p. 291).

Arms (painted) per fess crenelle or. and sa. three fleur-de-lis counter-changed. - Crest, a three-masted ship in full sail in the sea, all ppr. (Edmunds).

5. On a hatchment in tower- Quarterly I. and IV. Edmunds. II. and III. arg. two bars gu. (Martin). Crests, I. Edmunds. II. on a wreath arg. and gu. a martin cat sejant holding in his dexter paw a mirror ppr. collared and chain reflexed over its back arg. (Martin. Motto, votis- TUNC VELIS. Thomas Wentworth Martin Edmunds, d. in 1866.

6. On a tablet in south aisle- Barry wavy of six pieces arg. and sa. a canton paly wavy also of six pieces of the first and second. Crest, on a wreath of the colours a mount vert. therefrom issuant rays of the sun in front of a hurst of elm trees ppr. Motto, in pomino conripo. (Fim- hirst. t) To certain children of the Elmhirst family. (See H.W.)

7, On a tablet in the schoolroom, formerly in the Church, to John Rayney. Esq., d. May 21st, 1632.

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Arms, gu. two wings conjoined in base erm. Crest, out of a mural crown a lion's head or. semée of pellets (See H.W., p. 324-325.

WORSBOROUGH ST. THOMAS,

No ArmorRIALS.

WOOLLEY ST. PETER.

Shields in the windows of the north chancel aisle, all but first ancient- I. Gu. a fleur-de-lis or. a chief erm. on a wreath of the colours a demi-lion ramp. arg. (Dizon).

2. Quarterly sa. and arg. a fess gu. in second quarter two crosses pattée and in the third quarter

another of the third (Wheatley of Woolleyt).

3. Arg. three miners' hammers sa. (Hammerton of Wrigglesworth).

4. The figure of a knight kneeling at a fald- stool all upon a pavement checquey or. and sa., wears a tabard with these arms-

Arg. a chev. betw. three crosses formée fitchée gu. (Woodruffe of Woolley).

5. - Woodruffe.

6. Woodruffe. Crest, a raven purp. beaked and membered or.

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7. Wheatley imp. paly of six arg. and sa. on a bend gu. three mullets or. (Dronsficld of Bretton).

8. Vert. two lions pass guardant in pale arg. ( Mirfield). 9. Arg. a chev. gu. betw, three trefoils slipped az. (Frost).

Arg. on a bend sa. three eagles displayed of the field (Popeley).

11. - Wheatley

12. Woodruffe imp. Hammerton.

John Woodruffe. m. Elizabeth, dau. of Luurence Ham- merton, of Wrigglesworth. H.D.D.

13. Wheatley, imp. paly of six or. and sa. a bend az. (Solers ?).

14. Arms on shields upon the roof. These have been re-painted. Woodruffe, imp. arg. on a bend gu. three mullets

Or. 0. . _?

15. Woodruffe, imp. paly of six arg. and sa. on a bend gu. three birds close arg. (Burdett). George Woodruffe m. Alice, dau. of Richard Burdeit, of

Denby. H.D.D. 16. Woodruffe, imp. a chev. betw. three crosses

crosslet fitchée sa. (T'rigot ?)

17. Woodruffe imp. arg. (erm ?) three bars gu. in chief three erm. spots as many crescents sa. (Waterton). Thomas Woodruffe, Esq. m. Elizabeth, dau. of Robert Warterton, of Walton, Esq.

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18. Woodruffe, imp. sa. a chev. betw. three lions' faces or. (Wentworth).

19. Wentworth, imp. az. on a bend or. three torteaux (Whitley).

Michael Wentworth d. 15658, of Mendham Priory, m.

first Beatrice, dau. and co-h. of Percival Whitley, of Whit- ley, Esq. F.

20. Wentworth imp. arg. two bars sa. on each three mullets of six points or. (Hopton).

Thomas Wentworth, of Mendham Priory, d. 1542, m. Susan, dau. of Christopher Hopton, of Armley Hall, co. York, Esq. F.

21. Wentworth, imp. I. arg. a lion ramp. sa. over all three bars gemelles gu. (Fairfaz). II. arg. on a bend gu. three garbs or. (Maltby).

Sir George We entworih, of Woolley, m. first Anne, dau. of Thomas Lord Fairfax, of Denton ; second Averil, or Everild, dau. of Christopher Maltby, of York. F.

22. Wentworth, imp. arg. on a cross sa. five mill rinds of the field (Turner)

William Wentworth, of Woolley, m. Catharine, dau. of Charles Turner, of Kirk Leatham, co. York, d. 1729. F.

23. Wentworth, imp. arg. a cross moline sa. (Copley).

Sir Michael Wentworth m. Dorothy, dau. of Sir Godfrey Copley, Nov. 18th, 1678. F. 25. Wentworth, imp. sa. three hawks close or.

( Hawkesworth.).

26. Wentworth, imp. arg. a cross patonce voided

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gu. (Pilkington). 27. Wentworth, imp. blank.

28. Wentworth imp. az. a fess arg. betw. six crosses-crosslet or. (Aidborough, of York). John Wentworth, Esq., of Woolley, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Raiph Aldburgh, of York, Jan. 18th, 1662. F. 29. - Wentworth. 30. Wentworth, imp. erm. a mascle sa. (Fawkes). Godfrey Wentworth Wentworth, of Woolley, m. Amelia, dau. of Waiter Ramsden Fawkes, of Farnley, Esq., 1794. F.

31. On a tablet over north door to Sir George Wentworth, of Woolley, d. Oct. 18th, 1660, in his 61st year. He m. first, Ann, dau. of Thomas Lord Fairfax, of Denton, by whom he had issue Michael and William, who d. before their father. He m. second, Everilde, dau. and co-heiress of Christopher Maltby, by whom he had issue George and Chris- topher, who d. young, and Everilde, Frances, and Anne, survivors, who erected this monument. Sir George was " Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, raised at his own charge duringe ye whole time of ye late unnatural warre." Arms (painted) three shields. Sa. a chev. or. betw. three lions' faces arg. (Wentworth). - Re-painted incorrectly.

The other shields are now blank, but have borne the arms of Fairfax and Maltby.

32. On old oak bench ends in the nave (Wheatley). 33. Wheatley imp. Dronsfield.

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34 Six roundles in pile (Lacy of Brierleyt) Lacy, arg. six ogresses three two one. P.

35. A bend wavy (Burion ). Burton, arg. a bend wavy sa. B.

36. Three covered cups. Sa. three covered cups arg. Priory of St. Mary Magda- lene at Lund, patrons.

37. On the altar plate- In a lozenge, Wentworth, imp. Copley. Dame Dorothea, relict of Sir Michael Wentworth, presented this plate, 1733.

WORTLEY ST. LEONARD.

1. A tablet on east wall to Mary, dau. of Mr. Wortley, and his wife, Lady Mary Pierpoint, b. at Constantinople, 1717; m. John Stuart third Earl of Bute, in 1736; was created Baroness Mount Stuart, of Wortley, in 1761, and d. Sept. 6th, 1794. The arms quite defaced.

2. On the opposite side on another tablet to Edward Wortley, Esq., b. Feb. 8th, 1695, d. Jan. 21st, 1761; son of Sidney Montague, second son of Edward, first Earl of Sandwich, by Anne, dau. and heiress of Sir Francis Wortley, Baronet. He m. Lady Mary Pierpoint, dau. of Evelyn, Duke of Kingston. Erected by his dau. Mary, Countess of Bute, 1728.

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Arms (painted) Quarterly I. and IV. arg. three fusils conjoined in fess gu. (Monfegue). II. and III. or. an eagle displayed vert. In fess point a mullet gu. for difference (Monthermer). II. and III. arg. on a bend betw. six martlets gu. three bezants (Wortley of Wortley).

3. In the east window, erected by Caroline Elizabeth, Lady Wharncliffee to Mary Caroline, Crane, &c. Arms, in the centre, a lozenge ensigned with a coronet. Arg. a lion ramp. az. langued gu. (Crichton). Imp. gu. on a bend arg. three trefoils slipped vert. (Harvey).

4. On the dexter. Quarterly I. az. a stag's head caboshed within two branches of laurel or. (Mackenzie). II. Wortley, on a canton (Stuarth. III. or. a fess checquey az. and arg. within a double tressure counter-flory gu. (Sfuart). IV. as I.

5. Gu. a lion ramp. in a bordure engr. or. a crescent arg. in middle chief for difference (Talbot).

6. On a hatchment as No. 4. Imp. arg. a shake fork sa. (Cunynghame). On a helmet an eagle arising from a rock ppr. and in an escrol over it the

motto, Firma et Ardua (Mackenzie). Mantled arg. and gu. and Motto, aviTO VIRET HONORE.

For John, son of Archibald Stuart, d. 1797. 7. On another hatchment- Quarterly I. and IV. II. and III. arg. on a chev. betw. three sprigs of laurel vert. as many boars'

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heads of the first . . ?> Supporters, dexter a horse arg. bridled sinister a stag ppr. attired or. each gorged with a collar flory counter-flory of the second. Motto, avirtro virET xonorE, ensigned by a coronet. For James Archibald Lord Wharncliffe, d. Dec. 19th.

1845.

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APPENDIX.

Specimens of the German Heraldry in the windows of Wragby Church. I. In the first window from east, south aisle, sa. on a bend or. three stag beetles displayed of the field. Crest, on a full-faced helmet, the visor down, a

stag beetle as in the arms betw. two horns per fess or. and sa. (Paulus Appelhofer).

2. In the next window. Quarterly I. and IV. sa. a bend compony gu. and arg. II. and III. gu. a fleur-de-lis arg. debruised by a chief of the second charged with two roses of the first,. Ensigned by a mitre az. and thereon a representation of the B. V. Mary and Child all ppr. Supporters, on the dexter a Black Friar with an aureols about his head, the dexter hand holding a book, the sinister a crosier all ppr. Dexter, the figure of a Pope in full pontificals, supporting with his dexter hand a book, with a bunch of grapes thereon, and in his sinister the Patriarchal cross all ppr. Beattus von Gottes Gnaden Abbt des Wiirdigen Gotshus da Sant Erben, Ano. 1634.

3. Pily of four (curved lines) gu. and arg. ensigned with a Cardinal's hat sa. Lodovicus Knab S.S. Theol. Doctor sedis Apost. Protonotarius Canonicus Beron Plebanus Lucern Comissarius Constant, &c. mpcxxxyv.

4. In the third window. Quarterly I. and IV. arg. a cross formée throughout sa. II. and III.

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Barry of four or. and sa. Crests, I. out of a crest coronet or. a swan's wing ppr. charged with a cross moline sa. II. out of a crest coronet a double- necked swan couped at the shoulder or, beaked arg. FROWE BARBEL VO RUORIGI S.H.F.

5. In the fourth window. Two shields, I. gu. a wall masoned arg. II. per pale or. and sa. Betw. the shields a mitre purp. Lorentz Von Heideg Von Gottes Gnaden Abbt zu. Mury, 1 546.

6. In the second window of north aisle. Three shields. Below, p. pale arg. and gu. and the same colours reversed. Above. or. the Imperial eagle displayed sa. Die Loblich Statt. Sursee Anno. 1673.

7. Quarterly I. or. a bear's head couped sa. II. in chief a dove ppr. perching on a twig or. In base two pales bendways, per pale arg. and gold. III. or. a lion ramp. purp. IV. purp. an angel volant in the dexter hand a marguerite flower and in the sinister a sceptre all ppr. Placidus von Gottes Gnaden Abt. und Hiere zu. Engelberg Anno 1647. 8. Three shields. In base per pale arg. and az. The sinister shield with colours reversed. Above them or. the Imperial eagle sa. Die Loblich Stadt Lucerne, Anno 1647. 9. In the vestry windows- Quarterly I. gu. a wall masoned arg. II. gu. two church spires surmounted by fleur-de-lis or. III. az. a snake or, IV. arg. a chief sa. guttée d'or. Ensigned by a mitre and crosier. Supporters, dexter a Black

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Friar in his habit holding a crosier all ppr. Sinister a skeleton displaying a deed with seal attached, also Ppr. Fridolinus von Gottes Gnaden Abbte des Wirdigen Gottshaus Muri 1669. Io. Quarterly I. or. two birds volant sa. II. or. three lozenges in pale sa. III. or. a griffin vert. winged gu. IV. az. two quarrels in saltire or. Ensigned by a mitre. Supporters, two Black Friars the dexter with a club, the sinister with a palm branch, all ppr. Von Gottes Guaden Placidus Abbte des Fiirste Gottshouse Einsidlen 1669.

it. Three shields. Below, arg. a fess az. Above the Imperial eagle. Supporters, two lions, the dexter supporting a banner arg. charged with a fess az. the sinister a sword and orb. Die Lobliche Statt,. Zug. Anno 1717.

12. In a window of south aisle. Tenne on a pale or. a key bendways sa. Crest, a dexter arm in armour embowed, the hand holding a key ppr. Also arg. a lion ramp. double queued tenné. Crest, issuant from a crest coronet or. a demi-lion ramp. as in the arms. Hr. Leodegan Keller des unseren Rhatz Lobl. Statt. Lucern Landscreiver zu. Luganus, Fr. Maria Barbara Ferrin sein ehegan, ano. 1688.

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APPENDIX B.

On two bells at Ackworth shields exist, viz : A chev. betw. three church bells ( . . ?) imp. Three melting pots two and one ( . . ?) This occurs several times repeated in a beautiful floral border round the upper part of the bell, which is inscribed "Jesus be our speed." A.S. W.C. Fecit 1662. ' On another, per pale a bend betw. two crosses- crosslet. This bell bears the inscription, W. Wager I. Garlick, Churchwardens I. Ludlam, Rotherham, Founder. (Ludlam's bells are very rare).

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INDEX TO CHURCHES.

PAGE Ackworth I $9 All Saints... _ 1 Adlingfleet oe 47 Ardsley 67 Armin bo Askern 4 Badsworth 4 Balne 50 Barnsley St. George s 56 33 St. John ... 57 ;, ' St. Mary ... 57 Bramwith Kirk I Brierley 72 Burgh Wallis 8 Campsall 9 Carleton-Juxta- 51 Carlton St. Michael ..." 14 Carlton St. John 74 Castleford 13 Cawthorne ooo 74 Cowick 53 Cumberworth 716 Darrington 14 Darton 76 Denby 81 Dodworth 81 East Hardwick 17 Featherstone 17 Felkirk 81 Fenwick 19 Ferry Fryston 19 Gawber 83 Goole 56 Hemsworth 83

Hensall .. 56 High Hoyland ... 86 Hook .. 56 Hoyland Swaine - ... 86 Kellington --- 54 Kirk Smeaton ... 20 Knottingley s.. 21 Owston s.. 23 Peniston 86

Pontefract All Saints 25 $9 St. Giles... 27

Purston ... 29 Rawcliffe o- 55 Royston .. 87 Ryhill -.. QI Scissett ck 21 Silkstone ».. {QI Skelbrooke .. 29 Snaith ... 56 South Kirkby -. 31 Stainborough --- - 94 Swinefleet --- 59 Tankersley +--- 95 Thurgoland -- 97 Wentbridge .. 58 Whitgift ». 62 Whitwood ».. - 58 Whitwood Mere - ... 59 Womersley --- 59 Woolley ... 100 Worsboro' St. Luke... 98 33 St. Mary 98 33 St. Thomas 100 Wortley ... 104 Wragby - ».. 38

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Aclome Adams Aldborough Allott Anne , Queen Arden Armroyd Armytage Arundel Asgill Ashton Ashwin Ayscoghe Baghill Bagot Balderstone Ballard - Bamborough Barden Bardolf

.- Barker

Bate Battie Beaumont Becket Beckwith Belasyse Bellingham Bisset Blair Blake Bland Blaney Blithman

INDEX OF ARMS.

PAGE © o o 57 oce 25 »« 103 o-- 33°4 eo» - 8 63, go 55 ».. ~- 70 31-2, 54 81-3 ooo 42 oce 75 o.. - II 78, 80 ... I9 o-- soe - 4 58 »++34 -5 ».. 56 cy ».. - 61 6, 61, 92 ... 86 51, 79, 80 -7 ».. 69 18 »« 70 »». 35-6 28, 34, 92 ».. 16 ».. 96 83-4-5 ooo» - 24 88

Blount oce 24 Bohun ooo 47 Bosvile ».. 86-7 Boteler --- 95 Bourbon St. Pol - ... 93 Bowes . ooc - 33 Boyle soe 72 Boynton ». 58 Bradley 4 Bradsey ».. 22 Bradshaw 36, 84 Bradyll ».. 16 Brandon 93 Bright 8 Broadhead ... 90 Broadrick -.. 30 Brotherton o 2 Browne 30, 51-2 Bruce ... 16 Brunt -- 93 Bulmer -- 94 Burdett 56, 101 Burmeshead -.. 35-6 Burton Abbey 29, 80, go, ' [140 Burton 50, 88, 104 Butler 23, 88, 95 Carter e.. - 21 Cavendish 36, 72 Chandler ... 58 Chevrell .. 61 Christie oo. 27 Cholmley .e 42 Clarke -.. 92-3 Clifford ee 72 Coke ««- 75-6

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Collingwood Compton Comyn Conyers Cooke Copley Corbridge Cornwall Cotton Courtenay Cudworth Crewe Creyke Crichton Crowle Cunyghame Dacre D'Arcy Danby Darell Davies

InpEx.

75 72 40 .. 85 10, 23-4 102-4 48 -.. 39 .. 76-7 »» 56 ».. Q1 20, 28 <- 55 & 105 & 20 . 105 al 72 56, go --» 31-2 47, 50 o-- 2374

Dawnay 10, 11, 50-1-3-6-7-9 Da Villa Costa Real... 82

De Fleet De Laci

De Le Valle De Meschines De Mowbray

De Roos

De Roumare

Desmond De Valance

De Warrenne De Windsor De Wombwell

D'Hervert Dixon Dobson

Dronsfield

31 -4:5; 8°,

s.. - 31 39) 40 --- 39 40 72 40 .. 40 -.. 95-6 ee 73 39) 72 .. 39 40 -_ 41 & 100 29

[87, 92-4, 101-3

Duffield .. I7 Duke of Lancaster ... 40 Eadon .. 58 Earnshaw o-» _ 54 Eaton o--» _ 24 Edmunds +-- 99 Egglinton eo- 55 Ellis II, 12 Elmhirst --.. 99 Empson eo- _ 54 England .e 13 Entwesell ce - § Etton 51-6-9 Evel -a 73 Fairfax 18, 85, 102-3 Farrer -s I7 Fawkes ».. 103 Fenn -- 97 Fenton ». 24-6 Fenwick »« 86 Ferrers o-- 95 Fetherston e-» 61 Fitzgerald ooo 24 Fitzgibbon ooo 24 Fitzhugh eos 34 Fitzmaldred --- 94 Fitzwilliam 16, 95-6 Fletcher ».. - 30 Flint oo - 53 Foljambe o- 73 Frank II, 13, 16 Frost ... _ IOI Furnival 48, 73 Gargrave -.. 84-5 Garland ... 88 Gascoigne 9, 85, 94 George I. 28, 62, 93 » - IIL. 9, 14, 23 Gerard ».. 48 Goodricke oe 35

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Gore s. 24 Gozon -O. 93 Green 33) 74 Greystock I9, 72 Gunthwaite .. 87 Gully ee Gyll .. 62 Hadfield }. 97 Haldenby .. 48 Hammerton 100-I Handfield .. 82 Harbord .. 41 Harcourt 5, 26, 55 Hare .k = 4 Harvey 13, 59, 60-1, 105 Hastings -s 14 Hatton -- 93 Hawke ».. b0-1 Hawkesworth 7-8, 102 Heber «« - 85 Henry I. -- 39 95 - II. o- 39 », - VI. ».. 40 Henshaw ».» 41-2 Herbert »»» 41-2 Hertforth - e Holbeach ... 60 Holgate 15, 19, 84 Hopton I, 98, 102 Horsfall eck = 21 Hoskins e Hotham .. 87 Hoton ... 85° How Po Howard ae 72 Humphrey .k II Ibbetson .. 26 Ingram ece 21

ackson .+» 69 enkinson e £

ohnson 27, 95 eresforth -» 68 King co. 24 Knight .. 31-2 Lambe .. 28 Lambton as 72 Lacy 88, 104 Laund .. 56 Leemput Barony - ... 82 Legard ... 50 L'Estrange }} 73 Liddall --. 7, 8 L'Isle e £! Lister -.. 68 Lovell .. 51 Lowther _ 3, 4, 13, 26, 36 Luddington ... 48 Mackenzie 96, 105 Maclaghan o Malingnon -. 93 Maltby 102-3 Martin --. 99 Marmion o- = 34 Marsh 620 77 Mason si.. 4 Mathew .. 82 Maxwell .. 68 Medley ce 73 Mence »« 69 Micklethwait . 67 Middleton +-- 49 Milner 20, 82 Milnes 20, 83 Mirfield 34-5, 92, 101 Monckton 81-2-3 Montague 34, 105 Montecute ».. 18 Montford ... 88 Monthermer - 18, 34, 105 Moseley -.. 92-3

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Mounteney 99 Mytton econ 23 Nevile 18, 34, 57, 85, 89, , [99, 92, 94 Nevill 6, 29, 73 Newmarch 60, 85 95 Newman .... 68 Newton 50-6-7 Norcliffe eke 7 Normanville 88 Nostell Priory 38 O'Callaghan 73 Offley ... 20 Orleans Longueville... 93 Qusfleet .. 48 Oxspring -_ 87 Palmer 70, 88 Perceval _- 52 Percy 56 Pleydell 51 Pollington -- - 94 Pontefract Town - ... 25-8 Popeley 22-3, 92, 101 Puleston »»» 23-4 Radcliffe ».. 69 Radulphus o-- 39 Ramsden 10, 49, 61 Rawdon »» 54 Rawstone 5 Rayney 99 Read 42 Reineville I3 Rex Oswaldus 39 Rex Romanorum 39 Rhodes 5 Riley 24 Ripon, See of 76 Robinson 10, 49 Rockley 80, 98 Roclifie -- 56-9

Roddam oe 74 Rudstone .e 42 Sacred Heart ... 76 Sandys 52

Savile 1, 3, 4, 16, 22, 26, [31-2, 7253, 87, 95-7

Scott 19, 26 Selby Abbey .. 59 Sergeantson cy, Shalcross ... 89 Shaw ... 68 Shearburn .. 58 Shepley .. 82 Shuckburgh oe 73 Silvester 78, 81 Simpson ...' 70 Skargill - 14, 18 Smith oe 93 _ Solers ... 108 Southeron 15, 16 Spencer 74-5-6 . Stainton 34-5, 87 Stainforth _ ae 27 Staniforth 69-70, 99 Stanhope 60, 74-5-6, 88 Stapylton 47, 51-253 Stephen, King o. 39 Stephenson »« - 63 Stovin .. 62 Strangeways -- 59 Strey ... 98 Strickland .. 41-2 Stringer .. 41 St. Augustine o. 38 St. Peter .. 38 Stuart 96, 105 Sutton }. = g Swillington ce 4 Talbot 73, 105 Tankersley --. 96

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Taylor oce 52 Tetlow eos 22 Thompson 13, 96-7 Thompson of Marsden 16 Thornhagh oo 73 Thurston o-- 39 Tinslowe o-- 94 Trappes o-» 31-2 Trigot oce 15 Tudor »« 89 Turner ».. 102 Turton ece = I Tym o- 49 Urswick oc- _- 4 Venables 5, 26, 55 Verdon oce 73 Vernon 5) 25) 55+ 71 Vernon of Sudbury 5, 26, 71 Wakefield, See of ... 71 Walker »« 96 Walsham ece 71 Warde re y, Waterton - 28, 93, 94, 96, [97, 101

Watkinson ese = 2 Watson 12, 37, 82 Welles 21, 50

Wentworth 31-4-5-6-7,71-8 (84-5.92-3-4-5-6-7, 1023-4 West

o e o 9 Westby oo» 77 Wharton ».. 7-8 Wheatley 100-1 -3 Whitley 88, 102 Wigeton ooo 47 Wilkinson «. 87 Wilson --- 75 Windsor -- - 39 Winn 18, 40-1-2 Wodehouse 85, 94 Wolstenholme 41, 89 Wood 37. 70+ 99 Woodruffe 100-1 -2 Wordsworth ».. Wortley 96, 105 Wrightson 83-5-6 Yarborough 10, 11, 12, 13, (57-9

York, See of 5, 14, 26, 42, [55, 71-6, 84

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ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA.

List of Subscribers-add Rev. to Egerton F. E. r read Battie Wrightson not Wrighton. Page 3, No. 7 B-Bradley not Bradleg. Page 6, No. g-read Martinique not Martinigue. - Page 8, No. 2-The inscription is in black letter. Page 13, No. 2-The note should be in italics. Page 19 No. 6-read Baghill not Boghill. Page 20-Church omitted, Knottingley Christ Church which contains no armorials. Page 27, A-Johnson should have (?) after it. Page 34, No. 8, note-Neville should be " compony az. and of the second." Page 50, No. 4-for Downay read Dawney. Page 51, No. 2-Stapylton not Staplyton. Page 57, No. 21-25 not 55 years vicar. Page 72, No. 1-V. read three not five escallops. $9 1 3-add imp. sa. a fess &c. Page 78, No. 6-read Ao. not Do. Page 82, No. 2-add engr. to the chev. of Watson. 99 ;, - G-omit the final l in Arundell.

C. E. Printer, HEmuswortu.

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THE

HERALDRY IN THE CHURCHES

OF THE

WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE.

BY THE

REV. J. HARVEY BLOOM, M.A.

PART II.

: C. E. TurnEr®, Printsr ano PusiisurrR.

amensunt

LONDON: MITCHELL AND HUGHES, 47, WARDOUR ST. 1892.

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PREFACE.

As far as the Author is aware no systematic catalogue of Heraldic Insignia at the present time in the Churches of Yorkshire has been printed. It is his object to supply this want, hence it follows that such facts as are recorded will take a catalogue form.

The Churches, whether containing objects of Heraldic interest or not, will be found placed in alphabetical order, under their respective wapentakes, and where these are divided, as Osgoldcross for example is, a separate section will be given for both divisions. The date of the Author's latest visit to each Church is subjoined.

The position the arms, etc., occupy within or upon the building, furniture, or monuments, as well as the mode of treatment, whether carved, painted, or tinctured by lines, will be briefly described, and such description followed by any genealogical facts gathered from the monuments. Every coat of arms will be described once for each Church, and the name of the family to whom it pertains added in italics ;. if it should occur more than once it will be referred to by this name alone.

Wherever the tinctures are not upon the original, either from design or defacement, they are added in

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a note, and a letter indicating the authority placed immediately after; a list of authorities will be found at the commencement. In a few instances in the descriptions, there is some reason to believe the original colour does not now appear, owing to the effect of weather and time ; in these cases the proper tincture is added in a bracket. Those arms not to be found in the copy of " Burke's General Armoury," used for the purposes of the work, have a t placed after the name. A few Churches will have, in the same way, an * affixed. These the Author has not personally visited, but has reason to suppose the information supplied to him is correct. In a few instances genealogical notes will be found printed in italics. These, taken chiefly from " Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees," are intended to illustrate the correctness of names assigned to the arms.

In conclusion the Author has to thank the following gentlemen who have supervised parts of the proofs, viz., Lord Halifax, Sir John Ramsden, and S. Cecil Foljambe, Esq. He also takes this opportunity of thanking his clerical brethren for their kindness in affording him such information as lay in their power, especially the Rev. C. Vale Collier, who placed his notes on the Churches of Bradfield and Ecclesfield entirely at the author's disposal. -

HrxuswortH, SEPTEMBER, 1892.

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ABBREVIATIONS.

or. ».. Gold. arg.-argent | ... Silver. az.-azure ... Blue. gu.-gules .. Red. vert. ... Green.

purp.-purpure ... Purple. sa.-sable ».. Black.

erm. ».. Ermine. ppr. ... Proper. chev. .. Chevron. engr. (!. Engrailed. ramp. Rampant. pass. ».. Passant. d. Died. m. Married. b. Born. s.p.-sine prole ... Without offspring.. betw. Between. h. Heir. dau. Daughter.

insc. ».. Inscription.

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LIST OF AUTHORITIES

UseEp in PrEraration or THis Work.

General Armoury. Sir Bernard Burke, 1845. B. An Ordinary of British Armorials Papworth,

1854. P. The Peerage of England. A. Collins, 1779, 9 vols. Coll. Peer.

Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire. J. Foster, 1875. F. South Yorkshire, J. Hunter, 1828-31, 2 vols. H.D.D. Hallamshire, J. Hunter, New Edition, London, 1869. H.H. Thoresby's Ducatus. Whitaker. T.D. Loidis and Elmete. Whitaker. W.L. & E. History of Doncaster. C. Jackson. H. Don. 33 Sherburn. W. Wheater. H, Sher. R Selby. W. Wilberforce, London, 1867. H. Sel. Yorkshire Archazological and Topographical Journal. AT. & J.

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List or SusscrisErs ror Srconp Part.

Amherst of Hackney, Lord, Didlington Hall, Norfolk. Armytage, Capt. Godfrey, The Court, Ackworth. Athill, Charles, Esq., F.S.A., Richmond Herald. »arnes-Laurence, The Rev. Canon, Birkin Rectory. Battie- Wrightson, W., Esq., F. S.A., Cusworth, 6 copies. Bloom, T. H., Esq., London. Bloom, Miss, The Grove, Castleacre, Norfolk. Botfield-Garnett, Rev., Brown, Miss, Castleacre, Norfolk. Collier, Rev. C. Vale, B.A., Davington, Kent, 3 copies. Crisp, F. A., Esq. London. Davis-Cooke, Philip B., Esq., Gwysaney, Mold. Ellis, Rev. R., M.A., Sherburn ' Fairbank, F. R., Esq., M.D., F.S. A., St. Leonards. Fitzwilliam, Right Hon. Earl, Wentworth-Wode- house. Foljambe, F. G. S., Esq., Osberton, Derbyshire. _ 59 O. G. S., Esq., F.S. A., Cockglode, Notts. Galway, Right Hon. Viscount, Serlby Hall, Bawtry. Gascoigne, Miss, Hemsworth. »9 Mr. J. 3» Halifax, Right Hon. Viscount, Hickleton, 2 copies. Hemsworth, Benj., Esq., Monk Fryston Hall. Hopkins, H., Esq., Castleacre. Howard, J. J., Esq., F.S.A., London.

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Hoyland, Rev. J., Brierley Hall, Barnsley. Leatham, S. Gurney, Esq., Hemsworth Hall. Leigh, Miss M. H., Mersey Bank, Heaton Mersey. Library of the Dean and Chapter of York. Loxham, Rev. Richard, Lever Hall, Bolton-le- Moors. Mexborough, The Earl of, Methley. Mills, James, Esq., Beverley. Norfolk, His Grace the Duke of, Arundel Castle. Pilkington, Sir Lionel, Bart., Chevet. Purey-Cust, The Very Rev. Arthur P., D.D., F.S.A., Deanery, York, 2 copies. Ramsden, Sir John, Bart., Byram Park. Sheffield Free Library. 39 Subscription Library. Sykes, J., M.D., F.S.A., Doncaster. Tew, T. W., Esq., Carlton, Pontefract. Thomas, Rev. C. E., Hemsworth Rectory, 2 copies. : - George, Esq., Hemsworth. ;, - Mrs., Hemsworth. Todd, Rev. Thomas, Arksey, 2 copies. Tomlinson, G. W., Esq., F.S.A., Huddersfield. Vincent, Rev. Matson, M.A., Great Ouseburn, Yorks. , - Mrs., Hemsworth Lane Ends. Warde-Aldam, Mrs., Hooton, Pagnell Hall. Wentworth, T. F. C. Vernon, Esq., Wentworth Castle. Wentworth, Godfrey H., Esq., Woolley Park. Wharncliffe, The Right Hon. the Earl of, Wortley. Woods, Sir Albert, Garter King-at-Arms.

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WAPENTAKE

OF

BARKSTON ASH,

Lowrr Division.

DepicatEp Bxy PrErmissioON To

SIR JOHN RAMSDEN, BART.,

or Byram Park.

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BARLOW, No Armoriars.

June 3oth, 1892.

BIRKIN ST. MARY. Jun® 15th, 1891.

1. On the battlement of the tower are two shields, two bars, a label of three points (Birkyn). Birken, arg. a fess az. a label of three points gu. B.

2. On a tablet in chancel to the Rev. Robert Thornton, M.A., rector, who was tied to a horse's tail and dragged to Cowick Castle, but lived to be restored with his king; also his son Robert, M.A., who succeeded him in 1663, and his wife Mrs. Clare, who d. December 3rd, 1696, aged 65. He d. Feb- ruary 2nd, 1697, in his 74th year ; also his dau. Mary, wife of Robert Banks, M.A., vicar of Hull; and John Merchant, of that town, who erected this.

Arms (tinctured) arg. a chev. sa. betw. three thorn leaves vert. - Crest, a lion's head erased purp. gorged with a crest coronet or. (Thornfon).

3. On a tablet with Latin insc. to Frances, wife

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of Jeremiah Smith Armiger, d. September 3rd, 1656.

Arms (carved) erm. three roundels. Crest on an esquire's helmet, a panache of feathers issuant from a crest coronet (SmitA). Smith of Kent, erm. three bezanis P. Crest in a coronet per pale or. and purp. a plume of feathers arg. and vert. B.

4. On a tablet in south aisle to Thomas Hill, B.A., d. September 14th, 1875, aged 87.

Arms (tinctured) arg. a chev. betw. three water

bougets sa. Crest, a dove holding in its beak an olive branch vert. (Hill of Devon).

5. The royal arms temp. George II.

6. Shields in the windows of chancel, az. a lion ramp. or. (Breouse?) imp. az a cingfoil arg. (Bessington ?)

7. In the south aisle. Barry of six arg. and sa. a canton erm. (Marshall co. York).

8. Gyronny of twelve or. and sa. (Bassingbourne).

9. Quarterly I. and IV. arg. a lion ramp. sa. Stapylton. II. and III. . . ? Imp. quarterly of VIII. I. . . ? II. arg. a fess az. . . ? III. arg. . . ? sa. IV. arg. a bend sa. (Paynel). V. erm. a bend az. (Borne ?). III. arg. on a fess doubly cotised gu. three . . ? VII. . . ? on a bend three. VIII. broken away.

10. Arg. a chief indented sa. (Arsycke ?).

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11. Stapylton.

BRAYTON ST. MARY. May 10th, 1892.

On ledger stones in the chancel. 1. - To Calisthenes Brooke, of Gateforth, Esq +> July 17th, 1737, aged 73; and Frances his wife, d. Jan. 17th, 1724, aged 48 ; and Humphrey their son, d. Feb. 27th, 1754, aged 58. ' Arms (carved) a cross engr. in first quarter, a

crescent (Brooke) imp. a mullet. ( . . ?) Crest on an esquire's helmet, a sword erect and thereabout two

serpents nowed in pale their heads respectant. On a scroll this motto, nEc EstTv NEC astTv. Motto non EST MORTALE QVOD OPTO, Brooke, arg. a cross engr. per pale gu. and su. a crescent for difference. B, but wrong ?

2. On another to Walter Brooke, of Gateforth, gentleman, d. Nov. 15th, 1722, aged 27; and Mary Bowlin, his sister, d. June 4th, 1783, aged 68. - - Arms, Brooke in pretence a chev. engr. betw. three mullets ( . . ?) Crest as 1, all richly

mantled.

3. On another to Humphrey, son of Humphrey Brooke, of Gateforth, gentleman, d. Dec. 13th, 1688, in his 24th year; also Gabriell Brooke, of Burton, gentleman, d. Aug. 4th, 1712, aged 73; and Faith, his wife, d. June 23rd, 1721, aged 82; also Gabriell Brooke, of Gateforth, Esq., d. April 12th, 1781, aged

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71; and Theodosia, his wife, d. July 18th 1753, aged 38. Arms (Brooke).

4. On a beautiful altar tomb in the chancel with the effigies of Sir George D'Arcy and Dorothy, his lady, are seven shields (See Coll. Peer, vol. 8, P. 405). Arms, a lion ramp. (Stapylfon) imp. crusilly three cingfoils (D'Arcy).

5. Quarterly I. and IV. (D'4rcy), II. and III. a cross patonce

6. On a bend cotised three roundles (annulets) (Dawnay) imp. D' Arcy.

7. A lion ramp. debruised by three bars gemelles (Fairfax) imp. D'Arcy.

8. Quarterly, in the first quarter a fleur-de-lis (Metham) imp. D'Arcy.

g. D'Arcy.

10. Ten roundles in chief a label of three points (Babington) imp. D'Arcy.

11. Quarterly of VIII, I. D'Arcy. II. Barry of twelve (Menill). - III. a bend betw. six martlets (Tempest). IV. Melton. V. three fishes haurient in fess (Imcie), VI. a fess betw. three fleur-de-lis (Skelfon). VII. three goats' heads couped VIII. quarterly, a fess a fleur-de-lis (Lilly ?); 2, three roses . . ? 3, a boar pass. (Pollard?) 4, a helmet,

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the visor raised (Belvale ?) Crest, on a helmet, a lion. Supporters, the dexter, a tiger? the sinister, a snake nowed. ‘ 12. Quarterly of X. I. D'arcy, II. Menili, III. Tempest, IV. Melton, V. Imcie, VI, G@attesford? VII. Lilly ? VIII. three annulets . . 2 IX. Pollard ? X. Belvale ? imp. Babington. The tinctures should be-D'arcy, az. crusilly or. three cingfoils of the last. Stapyliton, arg. a lion ramp sa. Menill, az. three bars gemelles and a chief or. Tempest, arg. a bend betw. six martlets sa. Melton, arg. a cross patonce az. voided of the field. Lucie, gu. three lucies haurient in fess arg. Skelton, az. a fess arg. betw. three fleur-de-lis or. Gattesford, gu. three heads couped or. Lilly of Newhall, arg. on a fess sa. a fleur-de-lis or. Pollard co. York, vert a boar pass. _ arg. Belvale, arg. a helmet sa. All B.

13. On a granite sarcophagus in the churchyard to the Rev. Richard Brooke, M.A., of Gateforth, J.P., son of Richard Robson, Esq., of Doncaster, d. June ist, 1871, aged 71; and Jane, dau. of Lieut. Col. Hutchinson, of Wold Newton, d. May 16th, 1873, aged 77, his wife. He took the name and arms of Brooke in 1850, and d. s.p. Arms (tinctured by lines), per cross or, and gu. a cross counter changed (Brooke) in pretence, (Brooke). Motto and crest as No. 1. The same arms are on the iron railings round the tomb. 14. - On a silver salver-Tinctured by lines. Arg. a chev. gu. betw. three cocks ppr, ?)

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BROTHERTON ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR.

Jun® 15th, 1891.

1. On a brass in the chancel to Mary, wife of Timothy Smith, dau. of William Ellis, of Kiddall, d. March 26th, 1776, in her 77th year. Arms (two shields, one on the stone). - On a cross five crescents (Ellis).

Ellis co. York, or. on a cross sa. five crescents of the field. B.

2. On a tablet in north chancel to Sir John Ramsden, Bart., of Byram, d. July 15th, 1839, aged 84. Arms (tinctured) arg. on a chev. betw. three fleur-de-lis sa. as many rams' heads couped at the neck of the first attired or. (Ramsden ). In pretence, erm. on a fess gu. three escallops or. (Ingram). Crest, A cubit arm in armour ppr., the gauntlet grasping a fleur-de-lis sa. ‘

3. On another to Leuise Susannah Lady Ramsden, dau. of Charles, oth Viscount Irwin, d. Nov- ember 22nd, 1857, aged 91. Arms in a lozenge as No. 2, but no crest.

4. On another to Rear Admiral William Ramsden, of Oxton Hall, Tadcaster, b. August 15th,

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1789, d. December 30th, 1852. He m. Annabella, dau. of Charles Ingoldsby Marquis of Winchester, b, August 8th, 1805, d. May 26th, 1855. Arms (tinctured) Ramsden imp. sa. three swords in pile points in base arg. pomels and hilts or (Pawlet).

5. On another to *John Charles Ramsden, Esq., d. December 29th, 1836, in his 47th year. Arms (untinctured) Ramsden imp. a lion ramp. in a double tressure flory counter-flory (Dundas ). Dundas Earl of Zetland, arg. a lion ramp. in a double tressure flory counter-flery gu. B. *He m. Isabella, 7th dau. of Thomas Lord Dundas, May 1%th, 1814. F.

6. On another tablet to Robert Ramsden, Esq., d. in 1769, m. Elizabeth, dau. and h. of John Smyth, Esq., of Heath Hall, co. York.

Arms (tinctured) Ramsden imp. arg. on a bend betw. two unicorns' heads erased az. three lozenges

or. (Smyth). - Crest and motto as 2.

7. On another with Latin insc. to Sarah, wife of John Ramsden, and dau. and h. of Charles Butler, of

Coates Hall, co. Lincoln, d. Jan. 14th, 1638,

Arms (untinctured) Ramsden in pretence on a chev. betw. three demi-lions pass. guardant crowned as

many covered cups (Buéler).

Butler of Lincoln, or. on a chev. sa. betw. three demi- tions pass. guardant gu. crowned of the first as many covered

cups of the field. B.

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8. On a tablet in north aisle to Clemens Towneley, d. 1666, on the twelfth calends of July, dau. of Richard Towneley, of Towenley, and Margaret, dau. of Clement Paston, co. Norfolk. Latin insc. Arms (untinctured) a fess in chief three mullets.

arg. a fess sa. in chief three myullets of the last. B

g. On another in the nave to Robert Carr, of North Biddick, co. Durham, Esq., d. September 10th, 1715. Arms (tinctured) arg. on a bend betw. three

cornish choughs ? sa. as many pards heads erased of the field (Carr co. Durkam).

CAWOOD ALL SAINTS. May 10th, 1892.

i. On a tablet now in fragments caused by its removal from chancel during restoration! at present being replaced at bottom of south aisle. Bust, canopy and insc. to George Montaigne, Bishop of Durham, Archbishop of York, 1628. Arms, two keys in saltire in chief a crown (See of York) imp. barry lozengy on a chief three crosses- crosslet (Montaigne). Montaigne, barry lozengy or. and az. on a chief gu. three crosses-crosslet of the first. P.

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2. On a tablet to Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, of York, dau. of Mr. Richard Dytton, d. May 30th, 1700, aged 77. Arms (untinctured) quarterly in the second and third quarter a fret (Dyfton). Dytton quarterly arg. and gu. in the second and third

quarter a fret of the first. P.

3. On a curious double panel outside east end of south aisle-

Per chev. embattled three harts' heads caboshed (Cawood).

4. A maunch, in an orle of cingfoils (Acklome). Cawood, per chev. embattled sa. and arg. three harts' heads caboshed within a bordure per fess charged with ten treforls all counter changed. B. Acklome or Aclome gu. a maunch within an orle of eight cingfouls arg. P.

DRAX. S.S. PETER AND PAUL. Junr 30th, 1892.

1. On a hatchment- Arg. three lions' heads erased gu. in a bordure of

the second charged with plates. (Willeyt) In pretence gu. a lion ramp. arg. (Price) Crest, a lion's head erased gu. For Colonel Willey, of Camblesforth Hall.

2. On a tablet north chancel wall to John Twistleton, Esq., of Rawcliff, son of the Rev. Thomas

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Twistleton, of Widdington. He m. May 5th, 1726, Judith, dau. of the late Boynton Boynton, Esq., of Rawcliff, and d. April 14th, 1757, aged 61. Arms (tinctured) arg. a chev. betw. three moles sa. (Twistleton of Drax.) In pretence or. a fess betw.

three crescents gu. (Boynion).

3. On another tablet with long insc. to Margaret, ._ dau. of Marmaduke Constable, of Drax., wife of John T'wistleton, d. Oct. 17th, 1826, etc., etc., etc. Arms (tinctured) above Twistleton imp. quarterly gu. and vaire over all a bend or. (Constable of Evering- ham). Crest, a dexter arm embowed holding in the

hand a mole spade

4. - Below arms (carved) Twistleton imp. three lions' pass. guardant in pale (Taylor.) (See below).

5. On a slab with Latin insc. to John Taylor, of Newland, gentleman, d. Dec. oth, 1719, aged 75 ; John, his son, d. March 14th, 1740, aged 53; Anby Taylor, Esq., d. Dec. 3rd, 1765, aged 66. Arms (carved) on a pale three leopards pass. on a dexter canton a crescent. Crest, on an esquire's helmet a leopard pass. supporting with its dexter paw a shield as in the arms (Taylor). Taylor of Newland, arg. on a pale sa. three lions pass. of the field on a canton gu. a crescent . . 2 Crest, a leopard pass. ppr. resting its foot on a shield of the arms. B.

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MONK FRYSTON ST. WILFRID OF RIPON.

Jury 2ist, 1892.

1. On a tablet in chancel with Latin insc. to Robert Gray, who died 1720. Barry of six arg. and gu. a bend sa. (Gray).

2. On a ledger stone. Insc-Here lyes Booth Maulyverer | the son of Nicol Mau | lyverer, of Burton. ~ Arms, three greyhounds courant in pale collared (Mauleverer). Mauleverer of Arncliffe, sa. three greyhounds courant in

pale arg. collared or.

3. On another to Benjamin Wild, eldest son of David and Sarah Hemsworth, of Monk'$Fryston Lodge, gent., d. July 13th, 1813, aged 5; also his brother Benjamin William Wild, who d. May 5th, 1816 ; also Sarah, their mother, dau. of William and Ann Wild, of Fenwick, d. July 8th, 1830, aged 55. Arms (in relief partly tinctured by lines) per saltire arg. and or. a leopard's head sa. Crest on an esquire's helmet, a dexter arm embowed in armour, the gauntlet grasping a dagger transfixing a leopard's head as in the arms Motto, Manvs. HEC INIMICA

TYRANNIS. (Hemsworth).

4. On a similar stone to Benjamin, only son of David Hemsworth and Dorothy Sarah, his wife, dau. of Benjamin Hanson, of Stanley, near Wakefield,

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grand dau. of William Hanson and Gervase his wife, dau. of Gervase Hatfeild, of Hatfeild Hall, near Wakefield, b. 1747, d. May 5th, 1819 ; also Ann, wife of Benjamin Hemsworth, and dau. of Thomas Hanson, of Stanley, b. 1747, d. Dec. 13th, 1803; also Sarah, only dau. of David Hemsworth, wife of James Inglish, of Hampstead, Esq., b. 1742, d. April 16th, 1800. Buried in Bunhill Fields Cemetery. Arms as last.

5. On choir stalls- Hemsworth in pretence a human leg couped at the thigh and transpierced by a broken spear in bend, on a canton a tower (Bower). Four shields, helmet and

crest as 4.

6. - Hemsworth quartering - Bower of Welham, sa. a human leg couped at the thigh, transpierced at the knee with a broken spear in bend ppr. on a canton

arg. a tower gu. B.

7. A marble tablet south wall of chancel records its restoration by the Rev. Benjamin Hemsworth, in memory of Benjamin Hemsworth, Esq., and Eliza-

beth, his wife. Arms, Hemsworth.

8. A tablet in the nave, similar to last, records the restoration of the nave.

9. On another tablet with insc. to the same effect as No. 3, but adding David Hemsworth, Esq., b.

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March 2nd, 1772, d. June 6th, 1840. Arms as last.

1o. On bosses on nave roof Hemsworth. 11. On corbels of porch roof Hemsworth.

12. On the nave bench ends, on the north side. Hemsworth imp. a saltire engr. and in chief a cres- cent for difference (Middleton).

Middleton of Lighion, arg. a saltire engr. sa. B.

13. Hemsworth imp. a lion ramp. in an orle of crescents (Beaumont). Beaumont of Whitley, gu. a lion ramp. in an orle of crescents arg.

14. - Hemsworth imp. a bend engr. betw. two lions' ramp.

15. A lion salient guard. in chief three mullets (Wilson) imp. Hemsworth. Wilson, sa. a lion ramp. in chief three mullets or. B.

16. Hemsworth imp. a fess betw. three stags' heads

erased (Wild). Wild, or. a fess betw. three bucks heads erased sa. B.

17. - Hemsworth quartering Bower.

18. On south side p. fess three garlands in chief a crescent ( . . ?) imp. Hemsworth.

19. Hemsworth in pretence Bower.

20. Hemsworthimp. a chev. counter compony betw. three martlets (Hanson).

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Hanson of Stanley, or. a chev. counter compony arg. and az. betw. three martlets sa. B.

21. As 20. 22. - Hemsworth imp. Maulyverer.

23. Hemsworth imp. on a chev. betw. three

unicorns' heads couped as many annulets (Killingbeck). Killingbeck of Leeds, arg. on a chev. sa. betw. three unicorns' heads couped arg. as many annulets oo. B.

24 - On a tabernacle east end of chancel (exterior) Hemsworth.

25. On exterior wall of vestry- Hemsworth imp. ( . . ?)

26. Near north door are two ancient shields. Gyronny of eight ( . . ?)

27. A chev. betw. three stars of eight points pierced ( . . ?)

RYTHER ALL SAINTS. May roth, 1892.

1. - Ancient shields in the east window- Checquey arg. and gu. (De Mouncey ?)

2. Az. three crescents or. (Ryther, Lord of Ryther ).

3. Gu. three cushions lozenge-wise erm (Redmayne, of Harewood Castle).

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4. Ryther. 5. In west window of south aisle- Ryther.

6. Gu. three water bougets arg. (Baron de Ros).

7. On a brass, south aisle, to John Robinson, of Ryther, Esq., and his wives Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Richard Rogers, co. Dorset, and Susan, dau. of Sir Richard Hoimden, co. Middlesex, by whom he had issue John, Henry, James, Marye, Ann, and Susan. He d. April 13th, 1619, aged 53. Arms, three shields on a chev. betw. three stags trippant as many cingfoils. An esquire's helmet, crest, a stag trippant semeé of roundles (Robinson co. York). 8. (On dexter) Robinson imp. quarterly I. and IV. a mullet on a chief a fleur-de-lis (Rogers). II. and III. a fret and a chief ( . . ?).

9. (On sinister) Robinson imp. a fess betw. two chevs. erm (Hoimden). ' Robinson, or. on a chev. gu. betw. three stags trippant veri. as many cingfouls of the first. Crest, a stag trippant vert. attired or. bezantee. P. Rogers of Bryanstone, co. Dorset, arg. a mullet sa. on a chief or. a fleur-de-lis gu. P. Hoimden, of Tenchleys, co. Surrey, sa. a fess betw. two chevs.

erm. B.

ro. On another to Henry Robinson, of the Inner Temple, son of John Robinson, of Ryther, Esq., d.

Oct. 20th, 1636, aged 26.

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Arms on three shields. 11. Robinson, a crescent for difference. 12. As 8. 13. As g.

14. A fine effigy in chain mail and jupon with genoulli¢res, bears on his shield. Ryther. 15. In centre of a fine canopy and wall recess is

a shield divided into quarterings, but no charges or tinctures.

SELBY S. JAMES. Marcu 8th, 1891.

1. Over the porch door- A chev. betw. in chief two acorns' cups and in base an anchor (Audust) Audus, arg. a chev. gu. betw. in chief two acorn cups sa. lined or. and in base an anchor of the second. Tablet at Selby.

SELBY S. MARY AND S. GERMANS. May 1oth, 1892.

Shields in clerestory windows. In - 2nd window- 1. Arg. a bend sinister gu. (Bissefft)

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2. Or. on a chief indented az. three plates ? (Lathom).

In 3rd window- 3. Arg. a chief checquey or. and az. (Waren)

4. Arg. a saltire gu. (Neville).

Shields in south clerestory windows- 5. Arg. a bend sa. (Hough).

6, Arg. two bars gu. in chief three mullets of the last pierced of the field (Wassington).

In 3rd window- 7. Arg. a cross gu. in a bordure engr. az.

(Averingse). 8. Barry of eight arg. and gu. (@obion ?)

In 4th window- 9. Quarterly, France and England in a bordure

gobony arg. and az. (Beaufort).

to. Quarterly I. and IV., quarterly arg. and gu. a bend az ? (Witherington). III arg. a shake fork betw. three mullets sa. (Cuningham) imp.? France and England quarterly.

In 7th window- 11. Gu. two keys in saltire in chief a crown or. (See of York). 12. Sa. three swans close arg. beaked and mem- bered or. (Abbey of Selby).

In great east window- 13. Gu. three lions' pass. guardant or. (Edward A1.

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14. Selby Abbey. The lower part has some beautiful heraldic borders.

15. Bordure of England, viz., gu. charged with lions pass. guardant or.

16. Bordure of Saxon Kings, az. charged with crowns or.

17. A bordure of Castile gu. charged alternately with castles or. and covered cups arg.

East window of choir aisle- 18. Gu. three lions' pass. guardant or. a bendlet az. (Henry Earl of Lancaster ?)

19. On a roundel, gu. a lion ramp. arg. ( . . ?) ist window south choir aisle-

20. England a label az. charged with nine bezants ? (Duke of Lancaster).

21. Arg. a saltire engr. gu. (Tiptoft or Tibetot). 22. Arg. a lion ramp. az. (De Brus ?)

In window next tower to William Hawdon, Esq., d. January, 1887, aged 72-

23. Gu. on a chev. betw. three crosses fitcheé or. a lion ramp. of the field (Hawdon).

In windows of north choir aisle. East window- 24. Or. a bar gu. another vert. (Fitzalan of Bedale) broken.

ist window- 25. Gu. three lucies hauriant arg. (Lucy).

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2nd window- 26. Az. crusilly three six-foils arg. (Lord D'Arcy).

In east window of sacristy- 27. Checquey or. and az. a fess . . ° (Calthorpe). 28. Az. two bars gemelles and a chief or. (Menell).

29. England surmounted by a label arg. (Thomas de Woodstock). ‘

30. - Barry of six az. and arg. a label of five points or. (De Grey).

31. Thomas de Woodstock. 32. Az. fretty and a chief or. (Fitzhugh).

33. Gu. a cingfoil arg. (Payne?)

Windows in the nave- 34. Ist window south aisle, to Susannah Hawdon, 1872. Hawdon.

35. 5th window south aisle, in memory of a hus- band and child, presented by Frances Haigh Dobson, 1873. Arg. a fess nebuleé betw. six fleur-de-lis gu. (Dobson). 36. 6th window to Margaret, wife of William

Hawdon, of Selby, d. Dec. 18th, 1853, aged 35. Hawdon imp. az. three storks rising arg. (Wibson ?)

37. 3rd window, ancient, chequey or. and az. (De Warrenne).

38. 2nd window from west north aisle to James

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Audus Whitehead, d. March 2nd, 18 . . ?> Crest on

a wreath, arg. and sa. a boar's head couped of the last. _. . ?

38. On ledger stones in choir aisles- To Mary, wife of Charles Walmesley, of Selby,

Esq., dau. of Thomas Charnock, of Astley, co. Lanc., Esq., d. Feb. 2nd, 1665.

Arms (incised) a crescent on a chief erm. three roundels (Walmesiley) imp. on a bend three crosses- crosslet (Charnock). Walmesley, gu. on a chef erm. two hurts. B.

Charnock, arg. on a bend sa. three crosses-crosslet of the first. B.

39. On another to John Skinner, of Leeds, mer- chant, d. Nov. 23rd, 1713, aged 59; and Mary, his wife, d. Aug. 24th, 1737, in her 75th year. Arms (carved) three lozenges each charged with a fleur-de-lis (Skinner) imp. three mascles (Whitaker ?). Crest on an esquire's helmet, a wolf's head couped. Skynner co. Kent, erm. three lozenges sa. on each a fleur- de-lis or. P. Whitaker co. York, sa. three mascles or. P.

40. On another to Nathaniel Spencer, buried Jan. 31st, 1680; and Mary, his wife, d. July 24th, 172 . ? aged 89. Etc. Arms (carved) quarterly, in 2nd and 3rd quarters a fret, over all on a bend three fleur-de-lis (Spencer) imp. two bars on a canton a cross moline ( . . ?)

Spencer, of Offiey, quarterly arg. and gu., in second and

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third quarters a fret or., over all on a bend sa. three fleur-de- lis of the first. B.

41. On an incised slab to one of the abbots are the arms of Selby Abbey.

42. On a ledger to Thomas Wharrey, gent., d. Sept. 1th, 1778, in his 78th year; also Morley Wharrey, Esq., his son, d. Sept. 4th 1797, aged 44. Arms (carved) two wings conjoined in lure tips to the base, an esquire's helmet (Wharreyt). See

below. A 43. - On fragments of panelling of a broken altar

tomb are six shields with arms in low relief.

44. Fitzhugh.

45. De Grey.

46. Quarterly I. and IV. a cross engr. (Wil- loughby). I1. and III. a cross moline (Beke).

47. A saltire (Neville).

48. Quarterly I. and IV. D'Arcy. II. and III.

Menell. 49 Quarterly I. and IV. Baron de Ros. II. and

III. Menell.

Willoughby, sa. a cross engr. or. quartering Beke gu. a cross moline arg. P. De Ros, gu. three water bougets

arg. P _ Neville, gu. a saltire arg. B.

Monuments in the nave- 50. Effigy in chain mail and jupon his shield

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charged with a bend betw. six hammer picks |. . ? (Hammerton ? Hist. Sel.)

51. Effigy of lady beneath low canopy, bearing on her kirtle the same as 50 and on the canopy.

52. A bend betw. six martlets (Tempest?) and 53. A chief . . ?> Her hands also hold shields.

54. The dexter on a fess three fleur-de.lis (De Uffiete ?)

55. Her sinister, as 52.

56. On a hatchment, gu. a bend or. betw. three escallops arg. (Petre) imp. quarterly gu. on a bend betw. six crosses-crosslet fitchée arg., an escutcheon or. charged with a demi-lion ramp. transfixed with arrow, within a double tressure flory counter-flory gu. of the first (Howard ). II. gu. three lions pass. guardant in pale or. a label of three points arg. (Thomas de Brotherion ,. III. De Warrenne. IV. gu. a lion ramp. arg. langued az. (De Mowbray). For Lady Petre, who d. 1833.

57. On a tablet to Mathew Whitehead, J.P., d. Dec. 15th, 1848, aged 76, Eliza his wife, dau. of John Audus, Esq., of Selby, d. Dec. 3rd, 1870, aged 71; Samuel, Mathew's eldest son drowned at sea, Aug. 15th, 1847, aged 25, and Mary Emily her dau. d. Jan. 27th, 1854, aged 22; James Audus, second son, d. at Nice, March 3rd, 1863, aged 54. Arms (untinctured) a fess betw. three fleur-de-lis.

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Crest, on a wreath a wolf sejant. Motto, SEMPER

EADEM. ‘ Whitehead, of West Tytherby, az. a fess betw. three fleur-de-lis or. Crest, a wolf sejant arg. B.

58. On a tablet to Richard Spencer, merchant, son of Mr. Nathaniel Spencer, b. at Leeds, Feb. Ist, 1662 ; buried Feb. 13th, 1690. Arms (tinctured) Spencer.

59. On another with Latin insc. to Thomas Eadon, d. July 18th, 1835, aged 77. Arms (tinctured by lines) gu. on a chev. arg. betw. in chief two garbs and in base an eagle displayed, all ppr. as many caltraps sa (Eadont).

bo. On another to Morley Wharrey, Esq., d. Sept. 4th, 1797, aged 44, and Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Rev. Thomas Teasdale, Vicar of Brayton and Selby, d. Dec. 31st, 1842, aged go. Also Sophia Theresa, their dau., wife of Robert Buchanan, Esq.,

d. August 1st, 1817, aged 26.

Arms (tinctured) gu. two wings conjoined in base arg. in a bordure or (Wharreyt).

61. - On another to John Audus, Esq., d. Jan.

29th, 1809, aged 56. Arms (tinctured) arg. a chev. gu. betw. in chief two acorns' cups sa. lined or. and in base an anchor of the

second. Crest, a dexter area embowed the band grasping a dagger (Audus t).

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No Armoriars.

Jury ast, 1892.

WISTOW ALL SAINTS. May 1oth, 1892.

1. On a tablet in chancel to Alethea, dau. of Sir Richard Wynne, and relict of Joseph James, of Winster, co. Derby, Esq., d. April 11th, 1768, aged 62. ' Arms (painted in a lozenge), per pale or. and az. a lion ramp. gu. (James) imp. or three eagles displayed in fess vert. (Wynne).

2. On another to Sir Richard Wynne, serjeant- at-law, for many years treasurer of Serjeants Inn, by his first wife Anne, dau. of Christopher Hewley, of York, Esq., he had no issue ; by his second wife Anne, dau. of Henry Hitch, of Leathley, Esq., he had four sons and three daus,. He d. Nov. 18th, 1742, aged 83. Arms (painted) Wynne in pretence arg. two piles issuant from chief another from the base sa. (Hewley t) imp. or. a bend vair cotised wavy gu. (Hiteht).

3. On a tablet in north aisle (found buried in the churchyard) uninscribed. Arms (painted) gyronny of eight or.? and gu. (Bassingbourn ?) imp. vert. (az ?) a leopard ramp. erm. Simon ?).

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WAPENTAKE

OF

BARKSTON ASH,

Urpex Division.

DeEpIcaTED To THE REV. C. E. THOMAS, M.A.,

Rrcror or anp Rurar DEanN or THE

DrEanrr®y or POoNTEFRACT.

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*ABERFORD ST. RECARIUS.

No Armoriars.

BOSTON SPA ST. MARY.

No Armoriairs.

May 17th, 1892.

BRAMHAM ALL SAINTS. May 17th, 1892.

1. On a tablet south wall of chancel to Margaret, wife of William Barstow, gent., dau. of William Stockdale, of Gissington in Craven, d. Jan. 7th, 1722, aged 45. Arms (tinctured but defaced) vairé on a fess sa. three crescents or. Crest, a horse's head erased (Barstouwt).

2. On another tablet on the opposite wall to John Lane Fox, Lord Bingley, d. Feb. 21st. 1773, aged 74, m. the Hon. Harriet, dau. and h. of Robert Benson, Lord Bingley, by whom he had one son, who d. s.p. May 24th, 1768, aged 56.

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Arms (carved) quarterly I. and IV. a lion ramp. in a bordure (Lane). II. and III. a chev. betw. three foxes' heads erased (Foz). In pretence, on a bend three crosses formée fitchée (Benson). Supporters, two

bears? chained and gorged. Motto, . . ? Benson, Lord Bingley, arg. three trefoils sa. betw. two bendlets gu. P.

See also No. 4 for Lane and Foz.

3. On another tablet to James Fox, Esq., nephew and h. to George Fox Lane, Lord Bingley, of Bingley, in this co. He m. the Hon. Maria, third dau. of George Pitt, Lord Rivers B. at Bingley House, Cavendish Square, London, and d. at Bramham Park, April 7th, 1821, in his 65th year.

Arms, quarterly I. and IV. Lane. II. and III. Foz imp. a fess checquey betw. three roundles (Pi##). Crests, I. Foz. II. Lane (see below). No supporters. Pitt, Baron Rivers, sa. a fess checquey arg. and az. betw. three bezants. P.

Tablet in south aisle to George Lane Fox, Esq., son and h. of the late James Fox, Esq., of Bramham Park, b. May 4th, 1793, d. Nov. 15th, 1848, and Georgiana Henrietta, his wife, dau. of Edward Perry and Lady Georgiana Buckley, d. March 5th, 1854, aged 78.

Arms (tinctured) quarterly I. and IV. arg. a lion ramp. gu. in a bordure sa., a dexter canton az, charged with a harp or. crowned ppr. (Lane). II. and

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III. arg. a chev. betw. three foxes' heads erased gu. (Foz). Crests, out of a crest coronet or. a griffin segreant sa. (Lane). II. on a crest coronet or. a fox

courant ppr. (Foz).

5. In a window, north aisle, to John Gregson, Esq., of Bramham House, and Murton and Burdon, co. Durham, b. Dec. 12th, 1805, d. Dec. 27th, 1879; also Mary Jane Forbes Gregson, dau. of Robert Grant, Esq., of Monymusk, Aberdeen, b. Jan. 5th,

1821, d. April 16th, 1886. Quarterly I. and IV. arg. a saltire gu. a dexter

canton chequey or. and az. (@regson). II. and III. arg. a cross engr. betw. four mullets az. on a chief or. three roses ppr. (Allgood) imp. gu. three crowns or. and a

chief erm. (@rant). Crest, on a wreath, arg. and gu. a cubit arm habited bendy of six of the first and second,

the hand ppr. holding a battle-axe or. shafted sa. (Gregson).

CLIFFORD ST. LUKE. No Armor1aLrs. '

May 17th, 1892.

FAIRBURN ST. JAMES.

No Armoriaurs.

Jury 26th, 1892.

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No ARMoRIALS.

*HADDLESEY ST. JOHN BAPTIST.

No ARMmMoRIALS.

KIRK FENTON ST. MARY. No ArmorRriaLs.

- May 10th, 1892.

KIRKBY WHARFE ST. JOHN BAPTIST.

Jury 21st, 1892.

1. Incised tablet in chancel. Insc.-Here under lyeth ye bodei of Thomas Ledes, of Northmiforde, Esq., who left behind him a daughter called Mary, and died the 74th yere of his age, the 19th of April,

1602. Arms, on a shield (betw. two figures kneeling at a

fald stool) a fess betw. three eagles displayed (Ledes) imp. erm. a saltire engr. ( . . ?) Ledes, of North Milford, arg. a fess gu. betw. three eagles displayed sa. B.

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2. On a mural brass near last. Insc.-Here lyeth Briane Ledes, sonne and heire of Thomas | Ledes, sonne and heire of Wilton Ledes, | sonne and heire | of Roger Ledes, sonne and heire of Richard Ledes | which Briane deceassyd the third day of June anno | dni mccccclxiii | on whose soule Jesu have mercy | . Arms, Ledes. Crest, on a staff raguly a cockatrice wings endorsed.

3. On a carved oak screen- Ledes imp. a chev. betw. three mullets (. . ?)

4. - Blank. 5. France and England quarterly. 6. Ledes.

7. Slab in north aisle with Latin insc. to « Johannis de Shilleto de Ulleskelf Armigeri et Sara uxuris alter" qui obiit Sep. 1833, t. s. 51, altera postridie Feb. 1824, st. s. 41.

Arms, a fess betw. three cocks' heads. Crest, a cock's head erased (Shilleto). Shilleto, Yorks., arg. on a fess betw. three cocks' heads erased sa. combed aud wattled or. a mitre of the last. B.

Ancient shields in window of north aisle- 8. Or. three bars gu. (Muschamp).

9. Or. fretty gu. (Hudleston).

ro. Gu. a lion ramp. arg. (Mowbray ?) imp. arg. a bend az.

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12. Gu. three lions pass. guardant or. (England). 13. As 9. (Much patched).

14. In the tower, over a tablet insc. to John Stanhope, of Grimston, d. Jan. 13th, 17 . ? aged 37;

and Judith, dau. of Langdale Sunderland, of Aketon, Esq., and three sons and dau.

Quarterly erm. and . . ?> (Stankope). - Three lions pass. in pale (Sunderland). Stanhope, quarterly erm. and gu. B. Sunderland, per poe arg. and az. three lions pass. counter-changed.

15. On a tablet to the Cradock family- Crest, a man in a coat of mail with an antique crown of three points kneeling on one knee and pre- senting a sword ppr. (Craddock).

Foreign glass in chancel window- 16. Or. a cross tau arg. in base a star of the first. Crest, on a helmet, a pinion charged as the arms. Hauptman Bardolemne 1 . . ? de Schwanden en gewesner landtvogt zur gant 1617. 17. Az. a bend or. in chief a rose slipped of the last. Joshua Edellman Balbrierer zuo Kromenon, etc., 1618.

18. Gu. a German K. surmounted by a star or. Joseph Miles, 1569.

19. Quarterly I. and IV. sa, a bend wavy arg. II. and III. a human heart ppr. winged or. and

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surmounted by a double pheon sa. Supporters, dexter an abbot vested ppr. holding in the dexter hand a book charged with five apples ? in the sinister a crosier. Sinister, our Saviour holding in his arms

an Agnus Dei. (Some Swiss Religious House). 20. Crest, out of a crest coronet or. a greyhound pass. vert.

21. Quarterly I. and IV. az. a fish embowed arg. II. and III. az. the moon in decrescent surmounted

by an estoile or. Crests, I. on a pinion az. a fish as in the arms. II. on a pinion az. the moon and estoile

as in arms. . Hans Wilhelm Wofft Statt-Schreiber der Statt

Zurich und frau Judith Schachtlern Seine Ehege- mahlen 1649. 22. On an altar tomb in churchyard, the insc.

quite defaced- A chev. betw. three mullets, esquire's helmet.

Crest, on a wreath, a mullet.

LEDSHAM ALL SAINTS. Jury 25th, 1891.

1. Brass in the chancel to Jane, wife of Peter

Foljambe, of Steeton, Esq., d. Sep. 4th, 1658. Arms (tinctured by lines) sa. a bend betw. six

escallops or. (Foljambe). Imp. quarterly I. arg. a chev.

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betw. three crosses formée fitchée gu. (Woodruffe). II. sa. a lion ramp. arg. (Thorne) III. (Foljambe). IV. Lozengy arg. and gu. (Fitzwilliam). 2. In a south window, quarterly of VI. I. sa. a chev. betw. three trefoils slipped or. (Lewys). II. erm on a chief gu. three stags' heads caboshed or. (Hanley). III. per pale sa. and or. a chev. betw. three escallops all counter changed (Brinsley). IV. gu. six trefoils slipped three two one arg. (Purse). V. arg. two pales az. betw. three crescents in bend sa. VI. erm. on a fess gu. three annulets or. (Barton). In pretence, arg. a chev. sa. in dexter chief a trefoil slipped of the last (Foot). Crest, out of a crest coronet a panache of five feathers, alternately or. and sa. over all a chev. of the last (Lewys). Motto, sPE. TVTORIS ARMIS. There are three shields as above, but in two of them the III. quarter is reversed, and in the other the I. and III during restoration ! I imagine.

3. On an altar tomb with wall piece in north choir, rest the effigies of Sir John Lewys, Bart., and Sarah, his wife. He d. Aug. 13th, 1671, having m. Sarah, dau. and h. of Sir Thomas Foot, Kt. and Bart., by whom he had issue Thomas and John, d. young, Elizabeth, who m. Theophilus, Earl of Huntingdon, and Mary, who m. Robert Deincourt. . . ? (For insc. see T.D., p. 237. ‘ There are three shields, one in the centre of wall piece, Lewys imp. quarterly I. and IV. Foot. II. two bendlets fretty ( ._. ?). III. twelve billets a crescent for

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difference (Cowdray ? and below this 4. A maunch (Hastings) imp. Lewys. and

5 On a saltire engr. five annulets (Zeke) imp. Lewys. Hastings of Ledstone, arg. a maunch sa. P. Leke, arg. on a saltire engr. sa. five annulets of the field. P.

6. On a tomb opposite last, with the effigy of Dame

Mary Bolles, Baronettess. (See T.D., p. 257 for insc.) She was dau. of William Witham, of Leadstone Hall,

and m. (1) Thomas Jobson, of Cudworth, Esq., and (2) Thomas Bolles, of Osbarstone, co. Notts., Esq. She

d. May 5th, 1662, aged 80. On the front of the tomb are carved two shields.

Five escallops in saltire (Jobson) imp. a bend betw. three peewits? (Witham) and -

7. Three standing cups, in each a boar's head couped and erect (Bolles) imp. Witham. _-

Jobson, gu. five escallops in saltire or. P. Witham, or. a bend gu. betw. three peewits sa. B. Bolles, az. out of three cups or. as many boars' heads couped arg. P.

8. On another tomb figured W. L. and E. p. 146, in memory of Elizabeth, dau. of Theophilus, and sister and h. of George, Earl of Huntingdon, by Elizabeth, dau. and h. of John Lewis, of Ledstone, Kt. and Bart., d. 11th cal. Jan. 1739, aged 58; Francisca, her sister, d. roth cal. Feb. 1750; Ann d. 4th cal. July,

1755

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Arms (carved) in a lozenge, untinctured. - Quar- terly I. Hastings. II. France quartering England, a label of three points erm. (Duke of Clarence). III. per

pale a saltire engr. IV. two bars in chisf three roundles (Baron de Hungerford ).

Hungerford, sa. two bars arg. in chief three plates. B.

*MICKLEFIELD ST. MARY.

No Armoriars.

NEWTON KYME ST. ANDREW. May 17th, 1892.

1. Stone shield north chancel wall-

Three bears' heads muzzled and erased (Oglethorpe) imp. a chev. betw. three crosses moline ? on a canton erm. a stag's head erased (Strickland).

Oglethorpe, co. York, arg. three bears' heads sa. P. Strickland, gu. a chev. betw. three crosses pattee arg. on a canton erm. a buck's head erased and attired sa. P.

2. On a tablet south chancel wall to the Rev. Guy Fairfax, M.A., Rector, b. July 29th, 1735, m. Nov. 10th, 1778, to Henrietta Catherine, third dau. of the Rev. Dr. Kearney, by whom he had issue Guy Simpson, b. April 21st, 1781, and Henrietta Catherine, b. April 15th, 1787, also Robert, d. young.

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Arms (tinctured) defaced, arg. three bars gemelles gu. surmounted by a lion ramp. sa. (Fairfax) imp. sa. on a chev. arg. three wheat garbs vert.? (Kearney). Crest a lion pass. guardant sa. (Fairfax).

3. In a window in north pew four ancient shields in very bad condition and inserted chief to the base. 3, 4, 5, or. a lion ramp. sa. 6, a cross patonce (Lascelles ?).

4. On a tablet to Robert Fairfax, M.P., J.P., d. October, 1725, aged 60. Arms (tinctured) Fairfaz imp. arg. on a chev. betw. three water bougets sa. as many bezants (Bushellt).

5. Painted on a board to Katharine, third dau. of Robert Stapylton, of Wighill, wife of William, eldest son of William Fairfax, of Steeton, by whom she had 13 children. She d. June 14th, 1695.

Arms, Fairfaz imp. arg. a lion ramp. sa. (Stapylion).

6. On another tablet to Mrs. Frances, dau. of William Fairfax, of Steeton, Esq., d. June 23rd, 172 . ? aged 69. Arms (tinctured) Fairfaz.

7. In a window north aisle, gu. a chev. betw. nine lozenges (crosses-crosslet) or. (Kyme, Lord of Newton Kyme).

8. On a tablet in nave to William Marshall, of Newton Kyme, Esq., Lieut. Col. 3rd W. Yorkshire Regiment of Militia, d. Jan. 16th, 1815, aged 50; and

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Christiana, his wife, dau. of Godfrey Higgins, Esq., of Skellow Grange, d. Oct. 2nd, 1832, aged 61; also William Hatfeild, of Newton Kyme, Esq., who assumed the name of Hatfeild by Royal Licence, b. June 17th, 1799, and d. Sept. 7th, 1844. Arms (carved and untinctured). Quarterly I. and IV. a lion ramp. (Marshall). II and III. erm. on a chev. engr. three cingfoils (Ha¥éfeild) imp. Quarterly I. erm. on a fess sa. three towers arg. (Higgins, of Skellow Grange). 11. six lions' ramp. in pile (Heslerton ?). III. a wolf salient in chief three estoiles (Wilson ?). IV. a cross moline (Copley ?). Crest, a lion pass. guardant holding in his dexter paw a tower. Marshall, of Newton Kyme, per pale or. and vert. a lion ramp. gu. B. Haifeild, erm. on a chev. engr. sa. three cingfoils or. P. Higgins, erm. on a fess sa. three towers arg. H.D.D. Wilson, sa. a lion ramp. and in chief three

estoiles or. Copley, arg. a cross moline sa. Heslerton, gu. siz lions' ramp. arg. B.

SAXTON ALL SAINTS.

Jury 2st, 1892.

Slabs built into chancel wall-

1. Insc.-Ora pro anima domine Mar | garitae

Hungate, que obiit | vicesimo octavo die Februari | Anno Domi. 1674.

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Arms (carved) a chev. engr. betw. three talbots sejant (Hungate) imp. Quarterly I. and IV. a cross betw. four peacocks (Smith). II. and III. on a bend six falchions in saltire (Carrington).

Smith, arg. a cross betw. four peacocks az. Carrington, arg. on a bend vert. siz falchions saltirewise of the first hilted or. P.

2. On another. Insc.-Ora pro amina Philippi Hung | ate, Barronetti qua obiit | Decimo die Aprilis Ano Domini | 1690, sux 28. Arms as 1.

3. On another. Insc.-Ora pro anima Francisci Hungate | Baronetti, qui obiit die vicesimo sexto Julii Anno | Domini Millesimo Septemgentissimo decimo | Etatis suze vigesimo septimo, cui dua | tantum sunt superstites Francisca et Maria | Requiescit in Pace. - Arms, Hungate with badge of Ulster, imp. a chev. nebulée betw. three crescents (We/ld).

Weld, of Cheshire, az. a fess nebulee betw. three crescents erm. within a bordure arg. B.

4. On a board- Quarterly I. and IV. arg a chev. engr. betw. three mullets sa. (Hamond of Scarthingwells). II. gu. two lions pass. guardant in pale arg. (Strange ?). III. sa. a hawk's lure per fess gu. and or. furnished of the last (Long- ueville ?). Crest, esquire's helmet on a wreath of lion's jamb gu. betw. two bats' wings erect ppr. holding an

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almond slip fructed vert., blossomed of the field on a scroll . . bien. Supporters, dexter a bear, sinister a greyhound ppr. gorged and chained or. Insc. -Gentill readers and hearers herof of ye charatie | pray for ye soule of Anthony Hamond, esquire, who | departed oute of this missarable worlde ye ii of Augus | in ye yere of oure Lorde God meccececlvii and lieth buride under this stone whose soule it may please God to pardon |

5. On an altar tomb in churchyard. Insc.-Hic Jacet Ranulph, dus de dakar et Gilleslond, verus Miles, strenuus in bello pro Rege Henrico VI., Ano Dni mccceclxi, xix die misis maren, bidll dnna ramis palmaru en aie ppitiet ds amé. Round the tomb are four banners. Quarterly I. and IV. checquey (De Warrenne). II. and III. quar- terly 1 and 4, three escallops (Dacre) ; 2 and 3, barry of six (De Grey) imp. quarterly I. and IV. fretty and a chief (Fitzhugh). II. and III. vaire a fess (Marmion).

6. De Warrenne quartering Dacre.

7. Quarterly De Warrenne and Dacre imp. quar- terly Fitzhugh and Marmion.

8. As 6. De Warrenne, checquey or. and az. B. Dacre, gu. three escallops arg. B. Marmion, vaire a fess or. Fitz hugh, az. fretty or. a chief of the last. De Grey, barry of siz arg and az.

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4.1 SHERBURN-IN-ELMET ALL SAINTS.

Shields on capitals and corbels in south porch- 1. Five fusils conjoined in bend, in sinister chief an annulet for difference (Reygate). Reygate, arg. a bend fusilly az.

2. The same.

3. Three mullets? of eight points a dexter canton (Harengill ?) Gu. three mullets of six points or. a dexter canton erm. H.D.D. 4. A chev. betw. three lions' ramp (Langton ?). Arg. a chev. betw. three lions' ramp. sa. P.

Shield on the S. W. corner of tower- 5. As 4.

6. On a beautiful crucifix lately restored to the church- As No. 1, without the annulet. 7. On a tablet on south wall of aisle (formerly in the chancel) to Peter Foljambe Armiger, "qui sub Augustissimis Regibus Jacobo 1-mo. Caro. 1-mo. et Carolo 2-mo. fidelissimus fuerat ;" and Jane, his wife, dau. an co-h. of Elisei Wooderoffe, of Hope, co. Derby, by whom he had five sons and one dau. He d. Feb. 26th, 1668. Arms, a bend betw. six escallops (Foljambe) imp. a chev. betw. three crosses formée fitchée (Wooderoffe). Crest, a man's jamb booted and spurred. The whole mantled.

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Foljambe, sa a bend betw. siz escallops or. Crest, a jambe unarmed except the spur, quarterly or. and sa. B. Wood- ruffe, arg. a chev. betw. three crosses formee fitchee gu. B.

8. On a stone slab near the door, Latin insc. to George Rhodes, gent., d. Nov. 27th, 1681, aged 63, and George, his son. "Legum Bacularii" d. May ist, 172 . ? aged 73. Arms, almost erased, a lion pass. betw. four bendlets all betw. two acorns slipped (Rhodes ).

Rhodes, Yorkshire, arg. a lion pass. guardant gu. betw. two acorns in bend az. cottised erm. B.

9. On a mural brass under east window of north aisle to Louisa Blanche, wife of George Cecil Fol- jambe, of Cockglode, d. Oct. 7th, 1871, aged 29. See part I, p. 72, and under Ecclesfield.

Arms, in west window, all ancient-

1o. Gu three leopards' pass. guardant or. (Eng- land).

II. Gu. six annulets in pile or. (Fipount).

12. Gu. a chev. erm. betw. three lions' ramp. or. (Langton). 13. Gu. three water bougets arg. (De Roos). In the dexter light-

14. Az. a cross staff or. surmounted by a pall arg. charged with five crosses formée fitchée sa. (See of

York, ancient?) imp. gu. three garbs in a bordure engr. or. (Kempe, Archbishop York, 1426, and Canterbury, 1454).

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I5. Quarterly I. and IV. France, modern. II. and III. England.

In the sinister light-

16. Gu. three lions' pass. guardant or. a label az.

charged with nine fleur-de-lis of the second (Henry, Duke of Lancaster).

17. Az. a cross patonce or. (Warde, co, York).

18. Az. three crescents or. (Rither). Also two badges.

19. A tudor rose ensigned by a crown, all ppr. and

20. A fleur-de-lis ensigned by a crown, all ppr.

The " field" of the window filled up with wreathes of red and white roses.

TADCASTER ST. MARY.

May 17th, 1892.

Hatchments in the tower- :. I. Arg. a cross gu. betw. four fleur-de-lis sa. (Fenton, co. York). In pretence, quarterly I. and IV. or. on a fess gu. betw. three rose leaves vert., as many escallops arg. (@reenwood?) II, arg on a chev. az. three fleur-de-lis of the field ( . . ?). III. arg. on a chev. between three fleur-de-lis az. (sa.?) as many rams' heads of the field (Ramsden ?)

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2. Quarterly I. and IV. az. five fusils conjoined in fess or. (Percy, Earl of Northumberland). II. and III.

gu. three lucies haurient arg. (Baron Lucy) imp. az. a cross or. betw. four falcons arg. (Wriothesley, Earl of Southampton). Crests, I. on a wreath of the colours a crescent arg. II. as I. but ensigned with a coronet.

For Joceline, 11th Earl Percy.

3. On a brass plate recording the erection of the church clock.

Vairée arg. and az. on a pile or, three inescut- cheons of the second, each charged with an annulet of the first. Crest, on a wreath a hand holding a dagger

erect in front of an annulet. Motto, ripELITER® (Skann, of Tadcastert).

THORPARCH ALL SAINTS.

1. In a wall recess, north wall of chancel, is a small coffin slab inscribed-Hic Jacet Johis Filius Johis H. Bellew. All restored, arms on the two modern corbels, fretty (Bellew).

Bellew, az. fretty arg.

2. On a tablet north aisle, to the memory of William Gossip, Esq., d. March 25th, 1772, aged 68; Jane, his wife, dau. co-h. of George Wilmer, son of Randall Wilner, of Over Helmsley, in this co., Esq.,

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d. July 9th, 1780, aged 77; William, their son, d. April 18th, 1754, aged 22; George, another son, an officer in the Buffs, d. Feb. 2st, 1775, aged 40; Wilmer Gossip, son, d. Feb. 19th, 1790, aged 48; John, another son, d. Nov. 15th, 1751, aged 11; Randall, his brother, d. Dec. 28th, 1767, aged 24; Thomas, his brother, d. July, 8th, 1776, aged 32; Joanna, his wife, dau. and co-h. of Robert Cart- wright, Esq., of Oadby, co. Leicestershire, d. Oct. iIth, 1825, aged 91; William, eldest son of last- named, d. Aug. 21st, 1833, aged 63; Arthur, son of Lieut. Col. Randall Gossip, d. Jan. 12th, 1823, aged 8 ; Randall Gossip, Lieut. Col. 3rd Dragoons, d. Sep. 29th, 1832, aged 58; William Gossip, officer in 41st Regiment, killed in Burmah, Dec. ist, 1825, aged 24 ; Fanny Anne, dau. of last, d. Dec. 20th, 1830, aged 13, buried at St. Mark's, Kensington; Thomas George, who assumed the name and arms of Wilmer, Rector of West Coker, Somerset, d. Dec. 25th, 1845, aged 37; Georgina Gossip, d. July 18th, 1852, aged 39, buried at St. Mary's Castle, Hastings, Sussex. Arms (defaced) quarterly I. and IV. per fess in- dented arg. and sa. a pale counter-changed, three goats' heads erased two and one, and as many crosses - pattée fitchée one and two of the first (Gossip). II. and III. gu. a chev. vaire betw. three eagles displayed or. (Wilmer). Motto, . . RTUS CREDO. 3. On a similar tablet to Randall Hatfeild, Esq.,

J.P., Lord of the Manor, Captain in Scots Fusilier

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Guards, d. Nov. 20th, 1863, aged 53. He was son of Col. Randall Gossip, and took the name and arms of Hatfeild. Arms (defaced, lost ?) quarterly I. and IV. erm. on a chev. engr. sa. three cingfoils or. (Haffeild). II. and III. (Gossip). Legend, rax.

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WAPENTAKE

OF

STRAFFORD ano TICKHILL,

Division.

By PERmMIssiON To

THE RIGHT HON. THE VISCOUNT HALIFAX.

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ADWICK-LE-STREET ST. LAURENCE. Jun®s 19th, 1892.

1. - On an altar tomb with incised figures of James Washington, Lord of Adwick, and Margaret, his wife, and their fourteen children. Black letter insc. for which see H.D.D., vol. 1, p. 356. He died 1580. His lady " filia Johannis Analabye, Armiger, in 1579." There are eleven shields- Between the chief figure, two bars and in chief

three mullets (Washington) imp. a chev. betw. three chess rooks (Anlaby).

2. On the breast of the figures, Washington and Anlaby respectively. '

3. On the ends of the tomb, as 1.

4. On the sides, three shields, the centre as 3, the others blank, but all much worn. Washington, arg. two bars in chief three mullets gu. P.

Anlaby, arg. a chev. betw. three chess rooks sa. P.

5. On another altar tomb, incised with arms and insc. Hic Jacet Johes Fitzwilliam Armiger et Amicia uxor ejus filia et una heredum Robti Passelew et Elizabeth uxoris sug, filia et una heredis del.

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Hay, filii et heredis Petri del Hay quae quidem Amicia obiit ( . . ?) julii Ao. Dno. Millimo Ixxvii. - See H.D.D., vol. 1, p. 365.

Central shield, quarterly I. and IV. lozengy, a bordure (Fitzwilliam of Adwickt). II. and III. a fess betw. three mullets (Passelew). ‘

6. In the corners, Fitzwilliam and Passelew alter- nately. Fitzwilliam, of Adwick, lozengy arg. and gu. a bordure az H.D.D. Passelew, arg. a fess betw. three mullets pmerced az. P. '

7. On another altar tomb in north chapel with marginal insc. and arms for " Leonardus Wray Generosus et Ursula uxorejus." Hed. Aug. 23rd, 1590. See H.D.D. vol. 1, p 355.

Arms, quarterly I. and IV. on a chief three mart- lets (Wray). II. and III. on a chev. betw. three pigeons'? heads as many mullets ( . . ?). - Wray, of Cusworth, az. on a chief or. three martlets gu. P.

8. - Hatchment in north chapel- Quarterly I. and IV. gu. a bordure or. charged with eight *mullets of six points arg., on a canton of the last a lion ramp. gu. (White, of Doncaster). II. and III. vert. a lion ramp. or. (O'Farrell) imp. sa. two bars and in chief three cingfoils arg. (Denton, of Ashstead). Esquire's helmet mantled arg. and gu. Crests, I. on a

*Burke says " estoiles."

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wreath or. and sa. a greyhound courant arg. (O'Farrell) Motto, . . ?

9. On a mural monument, north wall of north chapel, to John White, of Doncaster, who d. Aug. 16th, 1834, aged 76. He was son of Col. John White, of Lower Brook Street, London; and Elizabeth, dau. and h. of Major General O'Farrell, Governor of - Minorca ; also of Matilda White, his relict, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Denton, Rector of Ashstead, Surrey, d. April 1st, 1834, aged go. Arms as 8, but untinctured.

io. On a tablet in the chancel, inscribed as follows :-Sacred | to the memory of | Joseph Edward Greaves Elmsall, Esq., [| of Woodlands, in this parish, | who departed this life | July 5th, 1851, aged 59. | He held the rank of Major in the army, | and served the campaign of 1815 | with the ist Dragoon " Guards, | and was present in the action | of Quatre _ Bras | and the Battle of Waterloo. | He was also Lieutenant Colonel | of the ist West Yorkshire Yeomanry Cavalry, | and a Magistrate for the West

Riding. | Arms (carved) quarterly I. and IV., quarterly 1 and 4 two bars betw. ten elm leaves (Elmsall) ; 2 and 3 quarterly an eagle displayed (@reavest). II. and III.

a chev, betw. three fleur-de-lis (Clayt) imp. Quarterly I. and IV., quarterly 1 and 4 a chev. betw. three

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martlets (Lawson); 2 and 3 two chevronels betw. three trefoils (De Cardonnel). II. and III. two bars (Hylton). Crests, I. an elm tree entwined round the trunk with a vine fruited ppr. (Elmsall). IH. on a mount a stag trippant in the mouth a slip of oak (G@reavest). Motto, amicTa vITIBUS ULMO.

Elmsall, sa. three bars engr. betw. ten elm leaves erect or. Greaves, quarterly gu. and vert. an eagle displayed holding in his beak a slip of oak ppr. Lawson, of Cramlinyiton, arg. a chev. betw. three martlets sa. - De Cardonnel, arg. two chevs. betw. three trefouls vert. Hylton, of Hilton Castle, arg. two bars az. B. Clay, arg. a chev. engr. betw. three slipped sa. 11. On a silver flagon- This flagon and paten was a legacy left by the late Mrs. Leach, of Ackworth, grand-daughter of the late John Savile, Esq., of Thryberg, to the Parish Church of Adwick, and he d. 1st of May, 1757. Arms (in a lozenge, tinctured by lines), arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field (Savile).

ADWICK-ON.DEARNE S. JOHN THE BAPTIST.

Junr 10th, 1891.

1. - On the pulpit made out of old pewing- On a bend three crosses patonce (Reresby) imp. a saltire engr. on a chief three roses (Hardwick).

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Reresby, of Thryberg, gu. on a bend arg. three crosses patonce sa. B. Hardwick, arg. a saltire engr. az. on a chief of the second three cingfoils of the first. B.

2+ The Royal arms temp George I.

ARKSEY ALL SAINTS. Junr 8th, 1891.

1. Exterior of the porch- Seven lozenges, three three one (Fitzwilliam).

2. A chev. betw. three lions' heads erased (Wind- ham) imp. quarterly I. a chev. betw. three lions' faces (Wentworth, of Pontefract). II. quarterly in the second and third quarter a fret over all a bendlet (Le Despenser). III. two bars and a canton erm. ( . . ?) IV. barry of six (De Grey ?). V. a saltire engr. (Tiptoft ?) VI. a cross betw. four fleur-de-lis ? (Fenton ?).

3. Windham, imp. quarterly I. and IV. a bend (Scrope). II. and III. a saltire engr. (Tiftoft ?) Windham, az. a chev. betw. three lions heads erased or. B. Fitzwilliam, lozengy arg. and gu. Wentworth, sa. a chev. betw. three lions' faces or. Le Despencer, quarterly arg. and gu. in second and third quarters a fret or. over all a bend sa. B. De Grey, barry of six arg. and az. Tiptoft, arg. a saltire engr. gu. Fenton, arg. a cross betw. four fleur-de- lis sa. Scrope, az. a bend or.

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4. In the chancel floor, on a slab quite defaced, four shields charged with six martlets in pile (Clarell). Gu. siz martlets arg. three two one. P.

5. - Shield in wall of north aisle-

On a bend three pheons a crescent for difference (Bland).

Bland, of Hurworth, arg. on a bend sa. three pheons of the field. B.

6. On another very similar tablet- Gu. a fess or. betw. three fleur-de-lis arg. Crest, a wolf sejant ppr. (Whitehead).

7. In the windows of north aisle-

Az. a maunch or. (Conyers) imp. lozengy arg. and gu. (Fitzwilliam).

8. Fitzwilliam. 9. Tiptoft. 10. Arg. a bend betw. six martlets gu. (Furnivall).

11. Fitzwilliam.

12. Arg. two bars gu. surmounted by a lion ramp. sa. (Brandon).

13. Arg. semée of torteaux a lion ramp. az. (. .?) I4. Vairé a fess gu. and a canton arg. (Marmion). 15. Barry of eight arg. and sa. (Treryge?) 16. Az. a bend sinister or. a label arg. (Scrope).

17. Gu. a lion ramp. vairé (Everingham, co. York). P.

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18. Erm. three fusils in fess gu. (Montecute, co. Dorset). P.

19. Gu. three lions pass. guardant or. a bend az. (Henry, Duke of Lancaster).

20. - Fitzwilliam. 21. Or. a castle triple towered sa.? (Mountjoy).

In the nave windows- 22. On a mount a lion pass. or. (a fragment)

23. England (inverted fragment).

In the south aisle windows- 24. Az. a lion ramp. or. (Darrell, fragment).

25. Crest, a dove arg. ?

BARNBOROUGH ST. PETER. Junr 1oth, 1891.

On the tower (exterior)- 1. Three lions ramp. Helmet and crest, a cat,

a mountain. Cresacre, or. three lions ramp. purp. F. Now broken. Wrongly given in P. as in Brodsworth,

C.H., p. 168.

2. On a chief indented, three lions ramp.

Wormley). Gu. on a chief indented arg. three lions ramp. az.

Wormiey, co. York.

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3. A bend betw. six martlets (Furnival). Or. a bend betw. siz martlets gu. Furnival. P.

4. - Shield on the east side, too worn to determine, but Hunter says, Bella Aqua and his quarterings.

5. A fine tomb with curious insc. and oak effigy, ascribed (H.D.D. vol. 1, p. 373) to " Parcival Cresacre," in plate, the vizor raised, shield on left arm, on the canopy shield of Cresacre A number of others on the base have probably at one time been painted, but the tomb was removed from its position and much damaged by a former Rector.

6. On a tablet in north chancel aisle with Latin insc. to Thomas Vincent, gentleman, "qui fide Evangelica vere Catholic a obiit," July 15th, 1667. See H.D.D. vol. 1, p. 377.

Arms, two bars on a canton a trefoil (Vincent) imp. (Wormley). Vincent, arg. two bars gu. on a canton of the last a trefoil slipped or. B. 7. On another tablet with Latin insc. to John

Vincent Armiger, d. 1676, and Mary, dau. of John Griffith, of Carnarvon, d. 1678. See H.D.D. vol. 1,

p. Arms, two shields (tinctured), gu. two bars sa. (or.) in dexter chief a trefoil or. in the sinister chief a

canton of the second, Esquire's helmet mantled. Crest, a trefoil slipped or.

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8. Vincent imp. gu. a lion ramp. in a bordure in- dented or. (Griffith).

*BOLSTERSTONE ST. MARY.

No

BOLTON.ON.DEARNE ST. ANDREW. May 17th, 1891.

1. On a tablet in nave (carved in a lozenge and tinctured by lines) or. a chev. reversed (mason's error) betw. three mullets. In memory of Mrs. Elizabeth Pashlew, of Dodworth, in the parish of Silkstone, " by her last will " she gave to this parish for pious uses, one hundred pounds. She d. July 29th, 1759, aged 75

years. Arg. a chev. betw. three mullets pierced sa. (Paslew).

BRADFIELD ST. NICHOLAS.

1. In a window in north aisle are these badges- the sun ppr,. a tudor rose ppr., a white hart, a lion ramp. (in outline).

2. On a mural tablet to James Rimington, Esq., A.M., J.P., etc., d. at Bromehead Hall, Sep. 30th,

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1839, aged 52; also Sarah Caroline, his dau., d. July 18th, 1821, aged 2; Mary, b. at Corneaux, Switz., d. July 5th, 1831, aged 13; Ellen, d. Feb. and, 1845, aged 18; Henry, d. July 11th, 1849, aged 29, buried at Finchal, Madras; and Sarah, his wife, d. Feb. 5th, 1875, aged 75; James Wilson Rimington Wilson, his son, d. Nov. 25th, 1877, aged 55.

Arms (tinctured) barry of ten arg. and az. a bend gu. (Rimington) imp. sa. a chev. betw. three lions' heads erased arg. crowned or. (Ward, of Sheffield). Crest, an arm in armour holding in the hand a broken lance.

3. On another tablet to John Wilson, of Broom- head, d. March 3rd, 1783, aged 63 ; and John, his son, d. Dec. 9th, 1809, aged 52. Arms, much defaced (sa.) a lion ramp. and in chief three estoiles (or.) Wilson, of Broomhead.

4. On a brass to John Morewood gentleman, d. November, 1647; and Grace, his wife, d. July 13th, 1647; and their sixteen children.

Arms, quarterly I. and IV. a tree (Morewood). II. and III. a chev. betw. three martlets (S§iafford). Morewood, vert. an oak tree arg. fructed or. B. of Eyam, or. a chev. gu. betw. three martletis sa. B.

5. East window of north choir aisle to Ann Bed- ford, and her daus. Mary and Sarah. Quarterly I. and IV. arg. three lions' jambs couped and erect in a bordure engr. sa. (Bedford). II. arg. a

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saltire engr. gu. a canton checquey az. and or. (Gregson). III. arg. a chev. az. fretty or. betw. three lions ramp. of the second, on a chief of the last, three chaplets of the third (Hall ?). Crests, I. a demi lion ramp. ppr. ducally crowned or. and holding in his paws a sphere of the last (Bedford). II. a dragon's head gorged or. (Hall). III. a dexter arm couped and habited or. and gu., cuffed az., the hand grasping a battle-axe arg. headed of the first (@regson). Esquire's helmet.

BRAMPTON BIERLOW CHRIST CHURCH. Marcu 30th, 1892.

Over chancel arch Royal arms temp Victoria.

BRODSWORTH ST. MICHAEL. Junr and, 1891.

i. Incised slab in nave- A cross fleurie, shields, and marginal insc., Lozengy (Fitzwilliam). 2. Quarterly of two. I. Fitzwilliam. II. a castle

triple towered (Rawson) imp. a fess betw. two (three ?) magpies (Picbourne).

" Hic Jacet a Ricardus Ppicbourne, Armiger et

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Johanna uxor ejus qui obiit Septimo die Octobris, Anno Dom. mo. cccc o. Vicessimo primo cujus aie ppacietur deus." See H.D.D., vol. 1, p. 320. Fitzwilliam, lozengy arg. and gu. B. Ramson, arg. a castle triple towered gu. H.D.D. Picbourne, arg. a fess engr. sa. betw. three magpies ppr. H.D.D.

3. Tablet in north chancel aisle to Henrietta, wife of Robert Hay Drummond, Archbishop of York, dau. of Peter Auriol, merchant, of London, d. April 23rd, 1773, aged 44. See H.D.D., vol. 1, p. 320.

Arms (tinctured by lines), quarterly I. and IV. or. three bars wavy gu. over all a scimitar in pale arg. hilted and pomelled of the first (Drummond). II. and III. (in augmentation) or. a lion's head erased in a double tressure (flory) counter (flory) gu. Imp. arg. on a mount vert. a tree ppr. with two orioles' nests pendant therefrom by strings gu. (Zuriol). Crest, an eagle rising right wing erect, left close.

4. On a corbel two tilting spears in saltire sur- mounted by a cross staff in pale =. . ?

5. Tablet in south chancel aisle to Charles Thellusson, Esq., M.P. for Evesham, b. Feb. 2nd, 1770, d. Nov. 2nd, 1815; and Sabine, his wife, dau. of Abraham Robarts, M.P., b. March 31st, 1775, d. Feb. 26th, 1840 ; Alexander, their second son, b. June 8th, 1800, d. at Calcutta, Nov. 1 5th, 1820 ; Charles, their eldest, b. Jan. 31st, 1797, d. Feb. 5th, 1856. Arms, quarterly in the ist and 4th quarters, two

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wings bendways in pale, each charged with a trefoil. In the 2nd and 3rd a tree charged with a lozenge and thereon three gutteaux (Thellusson) imp. three crosses- crosslet (Robarts). Crest, a demi-greyhound couped betw. two wings, each charged with a trefoil slipped. Thellusson, quarterly wavy, first and fourth arg. two wings sa. each bend-wise and in pale, points towards the dexter, charged with a trefoil slipped or.; second and third or. a tree ppr. charged with a lozenge gu. thereon three gouttys d'eau. P. Crest, a demi-greyhound couped arg. collared sa. betw. two wings of the last, each charged with a trefoil slipped or. B.

CADEBY ST. JOHN.

No ArmorIaLs.

CHAPELTOWN ST. JOHN.

No ArmoriaLs.

DARFIELD ALL SAINTS.

SEPTEMBER 11th, 1890.

1. - Tablet (carved) on east wall of sanctuary- Gu. an inescutcheon arg. in an orle of eight mart- lets of the second, a mullet or. for difference (Chadwick)

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imp. or. a chief indented az. over all a bend sa. ( . . ?) J.C., 1631. For John Chadwick, Rector, d. 1681.

2 On a similar tablet opposite to the last- On a fess betw. three eagles displayed a lion's face betw. two estoiles, a mullet for difference (Séione- house) imp. per pale engr. three talbots pass. (Torner ?) Stonehouse, arg. on a fess sa. betw. three hawks volant az., a leopard's face betw. two mullets or. Torner, per pale gu. and az. three talbots pass. arg. P. For Walter Stonehouse, S.T.B. Rector. 3. On a tablet very much defaced, the paint almost gone, two shields, in - memory - of Randolf Marriott, D.D., fifty years Rector of Darfield, d. May 6th, 1762, aged 82; and Lady Diana, his wife, dau. of Basil, 5th Earl of Denbigh; she died March 29th, 1756, aged 49 years. Or. two bars sa.? (Marriott). Crest, a talbot pass. sa. chained and collared or. A double- headed eagle displayed charged on the breast with a shield, arg. bearing on a fess gu. three lozenges of the field (Fielding, Earl of Denbigh). 4. - On a slab in south aisle in memory of William Wombwell, of Wombwell, Esq., d. Sept. 25th, 1716, aged 46. He m. Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Michael Wentworth, of Woolley, Knight, and left issue William, George, Michael, Dorothy, Margaret, Catharine, Elizabeth, and Anne. H.D.D., vol. 1.

p. 118.

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Arms, a bend betw. six unicorns' heads erased (Wombwell).

Wombwell, gu. a bend betw. siz unicorns heads erased atg. B. 5. On a black marble altar tomb in memory of William Wombwell, of, Wombwell, Esq., who d, Feb. 18th, 1695-6, aged 38. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Godfrey Copley, of Sprotborough, Esq., and d. July 15th, 1742, aged 8o. H.D.D., vol. 1., p. 118. Arms (incised) Wombwell, imp. a cross moline, a crescent for difference (Copley). Crest, a unicorn's head couped. , Copley, of Sprotborough, arg. a cross moline sa. F. - Crest of Wombwell, a unicorn's head couped arg. armed and crined or. 6. On a tablet (painted) in memory of Catharine, dau. of Wm. Wombwell, Esq., and Elizabeth, his wife, d. May 5th, 1794, aged 89. H.D.D., vol. I. p. 118 Arms (in a lozenge) Wombwell).

7. - On a tablet in memory of Thomas Wombwell, Esq., of Wombwell, J.P., d. Aug. 7th, 1665 H.D.D., vol. I., p. 118. Arms (painted) Quarterly I. and IV. Wombwell. II. arg. on a bend az. betw. two unicorns' heads erased of the field crined and armed or. three lozenges of the last (Smyth?) III. barry nebuleé or. and gu. a bordure sa. charged with eight plates (Lounill).

8. On a tablet in memory. of Nathaniel Pearson,

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of Tyers Hall, who m. Priscilla, sister of Thomas Rayney, Esq. She d. Sept. 15th, 1785, aged 69. H.D.D., Vol. I., p. 119. Arms (carved) three suns in pale betw. two pallets wavy (Pearson) imp. two wings conjoined in lure (Rayney). Pearson, of Tyers Hall, arg. betw. two pallets wavy erm. three suns or. P. Reyney, gu. two wings conjoined and dis- played arg. P. g. Carved on an old oak pew, two shields, five fusils conjoined in fess, in chief three bears' heads erased (Bosvile). Bosvile, arg. five fusils conjoined sn fess gu. in chief three bears' heads erased sa. F. (In one of the shields the heads resemble those of griffins). ro. On a tablet in memory of Henry, second son of John, ist Earl of Mexboro', and Sarah, his wife, d. Nov. 3rd, 1828, aged 65. Arms (carved) on a bend three owls. Savile, arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field. B. -II. On an incised slab, Latin inscription, to " Robertus Ashton de Bradway, in comit. Derbig Armiger, obiit Feb. 9, Ao. Di. 1776; cum marito Dorothea, obiit 21 die Martii Ao. Di. 1721, suze 86. H.D.D., Vol. I., p. 118. Arms a pierced mullet a crescent for difference (Ashton). Imp. three woodmen ambulant in fess hold- ing in the dexter hand a shield charged with a cross, and in the sinister a club (Wood).

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Ashton, co. Derby, arg. a mullet sa. a crescent for differ- ence. B. Wood, of Bretton, az. three woodmen ambulant in fess ppr. each holding in the dexter hand a shield arg. charged with a cross gu., and in the sinister a club slanting over the shoulder in bend likewise ppr. B. 12. On an old pew- Arms and crest of Wombwell. For William Wombwell, 1580. 13. The whole of the south aisle roof is painted to imitate clouds, each square containing the Wombwell crest, blazoned on a field gu. 14. On a tablet in memory of George Skilbeck Maude, B.A., who d. Dec. 5th, 1844, in his 26th year. Arms (carved) three bars gemelles over all a lion ramp. charged on the shoulder with a cross-crosslet. Crest, a lion's head couped and charged as in the arms (Maude). Maude, arg. three bars gemeliles sa. over all a lion ramp. gu. charged on the shoulder with a cross-crosslet or. Crest, a lion's head couped charged as in the arms. B.

The following are in the nave- 15. On a tablet in memory of Mary Rodes, of Great Houghton, who d. March 14th, 1789, in her 76th year ; she was sister of Wm. Rodes, Esq. Also of Martha Busk, who d. May 17th, 1777, aged 21. See H.D.D., vol. 1, p. 118. Arms (carved) quarterly I. and IV a lion pass. in

bend betw. two acorns cottised by as many bendlets

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(Rodes). II. and III. a chev. betw. three crosses- crosslet (Cackehors). Crest, on a helmet a hand hold- ing an oak branch, fructed (Rodes). 1 Rodes, of Great Houghton, arg. a lion pass. gu. enclosed by two acorns in bend arg. cotlised ermines. P. Cachehors, arg. a chev. betw. three crosses-crosslot sa. B. 16. On another tablet to William Rodes, Esq., of Great Houghton, d. March 29th, 1740, in his 25th year, only son of Richard Rodes, Esq., and Mary, his

wife, dau. of Elkanah Rich, Esq., of Bull House: H.D.D., vol. 1, p. 118.

Arms and crest as in 15. 17. On a small brass plate uninscribed- Arms and crest of Rodes. 18. On another brass plate to Sir Edward Rodes, d. Feb. 19th, 1666, aged 66. He m. Margaret, dau. of Sir Hammond Whichcote, of Harpswell, co. Linc. Arms, quarterly I. and IV. Rodes. II. and III. Cachehors, a crescent over all for difference. Crest and mantling as before. In the west window of tower- 19. Arg. a cross gu. (S%. George). 20. Lozengy arg. and gu. a fess sa. (Rockley, of Worsborough). 21. Lozengy arg. and gu. on a bend az. a martlet or. (Richard de la Rokele). P. > 22. Lozengy arg. and gu.a . . vert. (Rockley).

23. Lozengy arg. and gu. a label of three points az. for difference (Rockley).

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In the north aisle- 25. As No. 1, but untinctured.

26. A large square tablet, containing 12 shields, in part coloured, to Katharin, dau. of William Willoughby, Esq., son of Charles Lord Willoughby, of Parham, wife of Joseph Godfrey, of Thonock, co. Lincolnshire, Esq., d. Aug. 15th, 1658, aged 75 years. This was erected with due armories by her son Willoughby Godfrey, of Edderthorpe. H.D.D.,

vol. 1, p. 118.

Sa. a cross engr. or. Willoughby).

27. Gu. a lion ramp. arg. ( °. . ?) 28. Arg. a lion ramp. sa. (Welles). 29. Sa. a cingfoil (Ashton ?) 30.. In a lozenge or. fretty az. (Willoughby, of Parham).

31. - Willoughby imp. gu. on a chief arg. two mullets pierced sa. (Clinton, Earl of Lincoln).

__ 32. Willoughby, a label of three points for difference in pretence az. a chev. betw. three cingfoils pierced

arg. (Hyldeyard, of Wynnesley). 33. Arg. a cross moline sa. (Latimer ?).

34. Sa. a fret arg. ( . . ").

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35. Arg. a fess dancettée betw. six crosses-crosslet sa. (Ledet).

36. Arg. a saltire on a chief gu. three escallops of the field (Talbois).

37. Gu. on a canton or. a bend of the first (God- Jfrey) imp. (Willoughby). 38. Crests, I. an owl (@odfrey A. II. a maid's head couped affronté ducally crowned (Willoughby).

39. On a brass affixed to a pillar- Per pale an eagle displayed (@reaves ?).

Greaves, quarterly gu. and vert. an eagle displayed or. holding in its beak a slip of oak ppr. P.

40. - In the east window of north chancel aisle-

Gu. two bars betw. nine martlets, three three three (Elandt).

41. - Vairé a fess gu. (Marmion). 42. Arg. a cross-crosslet sa. (Scott, of Houghton).

43. - Quarterly arg. and sa. a bend gu. (Everingham). 44. Or. a saltire vairé arg and gu. (Ardsleyt).

45. Arg. six fusils conjoined in fess gu. over all a label of five points of the first, each charged with a

pellet (Bosvile, Ancient). H.D.D .t

46. In a window in south aisle-

Maude.

47. - Over door into south aisle (exterior)- A lion ramp. (. . *)

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No ArmoriALs.

ECCLESFIELD ST. MARY.

Junr 21st, 1892.

Ancient shields in window of north transept- 1. Arg. a maunch sa. (Hastings).

2. Gu. a fess dancette betw. eight billets or. (Brett).

3. Arg. three lozenges gu. (G@reystock).

4. Quarterly of VI. I. az. a lion ramp. in a bordure or. (Belisme or Belismo, Earl of Shrewsbury, used by Talbot). II. gu. a lion ramp. in a bordure engr. or. (Rhys-ap-Grifith, Prince of South Wales, adopted by Richard Talbot before 1301, in right of his mother, dau. and h. of that Prince. P.) III. gu. on a saltire arg. a martlet sa. (Nevill, Lord Furnivall). IV. arg. a bend betw. six martlets gu. (Furnivall). V. arg. a fret gu. (Verdon) VI. arg. two lions pass. in pale gu. (Strange). Being the principal quarterings of Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury.

5. - Furnivall. 6. Paly of six arg. and az. (Stirley, co. Derby). 7. The figure of a lady bears on her kirtle gu. a

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In a vestry window are a series of shields setting forth the alliances of Fitzwilliam, of Aldwarke, viz.-

8. Lozengy arg. and gu. a mullet sa. (Fitzwilliam,

of Aldwarke) imp. gu. six martlets, two two two arg. (Clarrell, of Aldwarke).

9. Fuzwilllam, imp. gu. a saltire arg. a label of

three points compony az. and of the second (Neville, Marquis of Montecute).

10. Fitzwilliam imp. arg. on a bend sa. three mullets or. (Hotham).

11. Fuzwilliam.

12. Fitzwilliam imp. arg. on a bend az. three escallops of the field. (Bisset),

13. Fitzwilliam imp. arg. on a bend betw. six martlets gu. three bezants (Wortley).

14 and 15. Fitzwilliam.

16. Sa. a chev. betw. three lions faces or. (Went- worth) imp. (Fitzwilliam).

17. - Wortley imp. on dexter and sinister (Fitzwilliam). 18. Fitzwilliam imp. barry arg. and gu. ( . . *)

19. Sa. (vert.) two lions pass. arg. (Mirfield) imp. ( Fitzwilliam ).

20. Gu. on a bend arg. three crosses patonce sa. ( Reresby ) imp. (Fitzwilliam).

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21. In the east window of south transept to Wm. Smith, of Barnes Hall, who d. Sept. 5th, 1849, aged 88; and Elizabeth Parkin, his wife, d. May 19th

1843, aged 77. T wo shields, quarterly I. and IV., erm. a chev. gu. on a chief sa. three martlets or. (Smitht). II. per fess or. and gu. a lozenge counterchanged on a canton sa.

a talbot pass. supporting beneath his dexter paw a billet or. ( . . ?) III. arg. a fess crenelle betw.

three crescents sa. (Walker of Wakefield) and

22. Quarterly I. and IV., gu. an eagle displayed sa. on a canton vert. a hart lodged az. (Parkint). II. and III. sa. a four towered castle arg. rising from the sea, barry wavy of four az. and of the second (Rawson). The tinctures are given properly below, No. 28.

Hatchments- 23. Vert. three bucks trippant arg. attired or. Crest, a stag's head erased arg. attired or. (Scoff).

24. Sa. a bend betw. six escallops arg. (Foljambe). imp. arg. a chief gu. (Worsley, co. York). Crest, a man's jamb unarmed except the spur, quarterly arg. and sa. Motto, soIESs FERME ESPERANCE EN DIEU. Supporters, dexter an antelope, quarterly or. and sa. Sinister a tiger arg. ducally crowned or. For Francis Foljambe, Esq.

25. Foljambe imp. arg. a fess gu. betw. three pop-

injays ppr. collared or. (Lumley). Crest, as last. Motto, RESURGAM.

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For Francis F. Foljambe, Esq., who m. Lady Mary Lumley.

26. Foljambe imp. gu. a fess erm. betw. six sea- mew's heads erased ppr. (Spencer). Crest and motto as last. For Thomas Foljambe, of Aldwarke, Esq., and Sarah,

dau. of William Spencer, of Bramley Grange, Esq.

_-_ 27. Quarterly gu. and vert. an eagle displayed or. (@reavest). In pretence quarterly I. and IV. arg. a chev. engr. betw. three trefoils slipped sa. (Clay). II. and III. sa. three bars engr. betw. ten elm leaves erect or. (Elmsall). Crest, a buck trippant or. Motto, o)] 28. Per fess sa. and arg. in chief a castle of four towers or. and in base two bars gemelles az. (Rawson) imp. on the dexter, arg. a cross moline sa. (Copley ?), on sinister az. a cross patonce or. (Warde ?). Crest, a castle of four towers arg.

29. Per pale az. and gu. a bend engr. or. betw. two plates, on a chief of the third three torteaux. Crest, a dexter arm embowed habited checquey az. and arg. cuffed of the last, holding a garland vert. Motto, FIDE ET CoNsTANTIA (Dizont). See No. 37.

30. Arg. three lozenges sa,. (Freeman) imp. gu. a fess betw. in chief a goat's head erased, and in base three escallops arg. (Warkam ?). Crest, a goat's head erased.

31. Or. a fess betw. three greyhounds' heads

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erased sa. collared and ringed gu. Crest, a scimitar transfixing a leopard's head or. - Motto, mors JaANUA VITA ( . . ¢).

32. Quarterly I. and IV. sa. three demi-lions ramp. or. (@reent). II. or. a fess betw. three grey- hounds heads erased sa. ( . . ?) III. gu. on a bend betw. six unicorns heads couped arg. a mullet sa. (Wombwell, of Thunderclife). Crest, a demi-lion ramp. or. (Green). 33. On an altar tomb, with canopy, supported by Corinthian columns, lies the effigy of Sir Richard Scott, of Barnes Hall, who d. July 17th, 1638, aged 55. See H.H., p. 438. Four shields, in the centre Scoft, with badge of Ulster. Crest, on a baronet's helmet as 23. 34. On dexter Scott imp. blank, with crest. 35. On sinister Scoff imp. vert. a fess erminois betw. three trefoils or. (Moseleyt). Crests, I. Scoff. II. on a wreath or. and sa. a rose slipped ppr. (Moseleyy and below is a shield similar to 55. 36. On a tablet in south transept to Thomas Rawson, Esq., of Wardsend, d. Jan. 14th, 1826, aged 77. Arms (tinctured) quarterly sa. and az. a four towered castle seen in perspective arg., on a chief erm. three bulls' heads caboshed gu. (Rawson, of Wardsend). 37. On a tablet in north aisle to James Dixon, Esq., of Page Hall, d. Oct. 17th, 1852, aged 76 ; Sarah Maria, his youngest dau., d. April 24th, 1848, aged

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24 ; Hanflah, his wife, buried in St. James', Sheffield ; and Ann, his second wife, d. June 23rd, 1861, aged 78. Crest, Dizon.

38. On a slab in north choir aisle to Nicholas Wombwel,of Synoclyffe Grondge, Esqyre.,and Isabella,

his Wyfe, whiche sayde Nicholas was sonne of Henrye Wombwel.

Arms (carved) Wombwell, a crescent for difference, imp. a chev. betw. three martlets ( . . ?).

39. On a slab in chancel to Howsley Freeman, of Howsley, d. March 25th, 1783, aged 71; Grace Brown, his sister, d. July 8th, 1787, aged 73; and Lydia Lambert, his sister, d. Dec. 28th, 1792, aged 77. Arms (untinctured) Freeman. 40. On the next slab to Margaret Freeman, his sister, d. March 31st, 1795, aged 76; Rev. John Lam- bert, his nephew, d. Nov. 30th, 1807, aged 69. Arms as last.

41. On a tablet in north choir aisle to Jonathan Walker, late of Ferham, near Rotherham, J.P., d. May 5th, 1807, aged 50; Mary, his wife, dau. of Samuel Walker, Esq., of Masborough, d. July 15th, 1803, aged 58; and Mary Ann, their only dau., d. unmarried, Sept. 19th, 1856, aged 72; and Jonathan, their son, d. at Hawkhills, near Easingwold, July 17th, 1842, aged 60. Above is the crest, viz., a dove encircled with a

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serpent; and at the bottom of the tablet these arms : on a chev. betw. in chief two anvils, and in base an anchor, a bee betw. as many crescents (Walker, of Masborough). Arg. on a chev. gu. betw. two anvils in chief, and in base an anchor sa., a bee betw. two crescents or. Crest, a wreath thereon a mount, a serpent encircling a dove ppr. F.

42. On a tablet near last, to Thomas Parkin, Esq., of Mortomley Hall, b. Jan. 21st, 1770, d. June 15th, 1808; also William Parkin, last h. male, b. Oct. 9th, 1807, d. Oct. 17th, 1829. Arms (tinctured) quarterly I. and IV. arg. an eagle displayed sa. on a canton vert. a stag lodged or. (Parkint). II. and III. sa. a castle of four towers on a mount arg. (Rawson). See also No. 22, where the arms of Rawson are wrongly 28, where they are rightly blazoned. In this place they are again incorrect. 43. On a brass to George Denton, Esq., of Fox- hill, d. July 3rd, 1830, aged 44 ; and Ann, his wife, dau. of William and Anne Spooner, of Walkley, d. Dec. 10th, 1836, aged 69; also their children Sarah, d. May 4th, 1841, aged 23; Hannah, d. Feb. 4th, 1848, aged 24; William, d. March 23rd, 1869, aged 47 ; Ann, d. March 7th, 1870, aged 53. Erected by their surviving children, Joseph Denton and Mary Machen. Arms (tinctured) arg. two bars in chief three martlets gu. (Denton).

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44. On a tablet in north transept to Thomas Rawson, of Wardsend, d. Sept. 14th, 1706, aged 71; and Douglase, his widow, dau. of Richard Carr, of the Edge, in this parish, d. Nov. 24, 1773, aged 66; Elizabeth Rawson, wife of his eldest son, and dau. of John Barker, Esq., of Bakewell, co. Derby, d. May 25th, 1794, aged 29; also Frances, his wife, dau. of John Rowe, Esq., of Everton, Lanc., d. May 26th,

1798, aged 34. Arms (tinctured) Rawson, of Wardsend. Crest, a

dragon's head erased, gorged with a collar dancetté or. and below two annulets conjoined of the last.

On befich ends in north choir aisle- 45. Wombwell, a crescent for difference imp. Wentwqrth, lettered N.W. E. W.

46. Wombwell, imp. a chev. betw. three oyster shells (Arihington ).

On bench back in south choir aisle- 47. - Mounteney imp. a lion ramp. (Lovetot). - Lovetot, arg. a lion ramp. per fess gu. and sa. P.

48. Mounteney.

49. On a tablet, east wall of chancel, to Edward Mansel, A.M., Vicar, d. Jan. 20th, 1704, and Frances, his dau., d. Dec. 28th, 1698, aged 1.

Arms (tinctured) arg. a chev. betw. three maunches sa. (Mansel) Imp. arg. on a chev. az. three five foils

of the first (Westby).

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50. On another tablet, near last, to Rev. William Steer, A.M., Canon of York, Vicar, d. 1745, in his 64th year.

Arms (tinctured) or. a pierced mullet sa. (Seer) imp. sa. a cross or. betw. four fleur-de-lis arg. (Fenton ?).

51. - Brass, north choir aisle, to John Kave Booth, M.D., of Gottingen and London, Principal of Queen's College, Birmingham, J.P., etc., d. Jan. 1859, aged 31. Arms (tinctured) arg. three boars' heads erased and erect sa. langued gu..(Booth) imp. arg. a fess gu. betw. six mullets sa. (Pyne?) Crest, a lion pass. arg.

52. On a mural monument south choir aisle, to Francis Foljambe, of Aldwarke, Esq., d. May 15th, 1707; and Elizabeth, his wife, dau. and co.-h, of George Mountaigne, of Weston, Esq.

_ Arms (tinctured) quarterly of XXIII. I. Foljambe. II. arg. on a bend az. five crosses potent or. (Loudham). III. arg. a chev. betw. three escallops gu. (Brito or Breton). arg. and gu. a mullet sa. (Fitz- william, of Aldwarke). V. or. a chief az. (Iizours). VI. gu. crusilly an orle or. (Bertram). VII. gu. six martlets in pile arg. (Clarell). VIII. az. on a bend or. an annulet sa., a label of three points arg. for difference (Scrope). - IX. arg. crusilly fitchée three garbs or. (Comyn, Earl of Athol). X. arg. a bend lozengy az. (Reygate). XI. checquey or. and az. (De Warrenne). XII. gu. a saltire arg., a label of three points compony

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az. and of the second (Neville, Marquis of Montecute). XIII. arg. three fusils conjoined in fess gu. (De culte). XIV. or. an eagle displayed vert. (Monthermer). XV. gu. three lions pass. guardant or. in a bordure arg. (Plantagenet). XVI. arg. a saltire engr. gu. (Tiptoft or Tibetot). XVII. or. a lion ramp. gu. (Chariton). XVIII. gu. a saltire engr. arg. (Ingoldesthorpe). XIX. arg. on a dexter canton gu. a rose or. (Bradesione). XX. az. a fess betw. three leopards' faces or., an annulet for difference (De La Pole). XXI. arg. on a fess dancetté sa. three bezants (Burgh). XXII, checquey or. and az. a fess gu. (Clifford). XXIII. arg. a chev. betw. three crosses formée fitchée gu. (Wooderoffe). In pretence, barry lozengy or. and az. on a chief gu. three crosses- crosslet or. (Montaigne).

53. On another tablet to Francis Foljambe, of Aldwarke, Esq., d. Dec. 6th, 1752, m. Mary, dau. of Thomas Worsley, of Hovingham, Esq., by whom he had eight sons and nine daus.

Arms, Foljambe. 54. On another tablet, north chancel wall, to John

Savile Foljambe, Esq., eldest son and h. of Francis Ferrand Foljambe, Esq., d. Jan. 14th, 1805.

55. On another to Francis Ferrand Foljambe, Esq., only child of John Moore by his wife Ann Fol- jambe, d. Nov. 13th, 1814.

Arms, Foljambe. In pretence, quarterly I. and IV.

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two annulets interlaced in fess betw. three crosses formée (Thornhagh ). Thornhagh, arg. two annulets linked together gu. betw. three crosses formee sa. P.

56. On a mural brass to Louisa Blanche, wife of George Cecil Foljambe, of Cockglode, eldest dau. of Frederick John and Lady Fanny Howard, d. Oct. 7th, 1871, aged 29. Six shields (tinctured by lines). - Quarterly of VI. I. gu. on a bend betw. six crosses-crosslet fitchée arg., an inescutcheon or. charged with a demi-lion pierced through the mouth with an arrow, all within a double tressure flory counter-flory gu. (Howard, Earl of Carksle). II. gu. three lions pass. guardant or., a label of three points arg. (Thomas de Brotherton). III. (De Warrenne). IV. gu. a lion ramp. or. (Mowbray). V. gu. three es- callops arg. (D'Acre). VI. barry of six arg. and az. three chaplets of roses ppr. (@reystock).

57. Quarterly of VIII. I. Foljambe. II. Thornhagh. III. arg. on a bend three owls ppr. (Savile). IV. az. a fess wavy arg. charged with a cross pattée gu. betw. two estoiles or., on a chief wavy of the second a cormorant sa. beaked and legged of the third, holding in his beak a branch of seed weed vert. Earl of Liverpool). V. or. on a bend vert. three wheat sheaves of the field (Shuckburght). VI. az. a griffin arg. and a chief or. (Evelyn). VII. arg. two bars gemelles sa. in chief three

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pierced mullets of the last (Medieyy. Imp. Howard quarterly of six as above.

58. Quarterly of VI. I. sa. three stags' heads caboshed arg. (Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire). II. arg.

a saltire engr. az. on a chief of the last three roses, ppr. (Hardwick). III. per bend embattled arg. and gu. Boyle). IV. Clifford. V, Savile: VI. sa. a lion pass.

guardant or. betw. three esquires' helmets arg. (Compton). '

59. Howard imp. sa. a fess betw. three lambs pass. arg. , (Lambton). ’

60. Cavendish imp. arg. a field vert. on the sinister a copse of oak, and issuant therefrom a wolf pass. toward the dexter ppr. (O'Callaghan).

61. Quarterly of IX. I. Foljambe. II. Woodruffe

or Woderove. III sa. a lion ramp. guardant arg. (Thorne IV. Foljambe. V. Fitzwilliam of Aldwarke.

VI. Clarell. VII. Montaigne. Worsley.

*ELSECAR HOLY TRINITY,

No ARMORIALS-

FRICKLEY ALL SAINTS, No ArmoRriaLS.

Jury 23rd, 1890.

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GREASBOROUGH ST. MARY. Marcu 30th, 1891.

On the western gallery are the Royal Arms temp. Victoria.

GREAT HOUGHTON CHAPEL. SEPTEMBER 11th, 1890.

On the east end and also on the north- Quarterly I. and IV. Rodes. II. and III. Cachehors, on a helmet richly mantled, an arm couped at the elbow and holding in the hand a branch of oak fructed:

ppr. Motto, scio cvI CREDIDL. For the Blazon see under Darfield, No. 15.

HICKLETON ST. WILFRID. FrBruvaryY 25th, 1891.

1. On a magnificent altar tomb in the south chapel rest the effigies of Charles Viscount Halifax,

and Mary, his wife, youngest dau. of Charles, second Earl Grey, K.G.

Round the sides of the tomb are 14 escutcheons.

At the eastern end-

2. Quarterly I. and IV. az. three naked woodmen ambulant in fess ppr., in the dexter hand of each a

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shield arg. charged with a cross gu., in the sinister a club resting on the shoulder also ppr., on a canton erm. three fusils conjoined in fess sa. (Wood, of Hickleton). II. and III. paly bendy of eight or. and az. a canton

erm. (Buck). The whole encircled with the ribbon of the bath. Motto, 1 LikE my cHoICE.

3. Quarterly I. and IV. gu. a lion ramp. in a bordure engr. arg., a mullet for difference (@rey). II. and III. barry of six arg. and az. on a bend gu. a bezant (De Grey, of Horton), encircled with the badge of the Order of the Crown of India.

4. West end shield as east end.

On the south side- 5. Gu. a chev. betw. three combs arg. (Ponsonby).

6. Vairé on a bordure gu. eight crosses-crosslet

or. (Molesworth). 7. Sa. three stags heads' caboshed arg. (Cuvendish).

8. Gu. a saltire arg. (Nevill). g. Gu. a lion ramp. arg. (Mowbray).

On the north side- io. Arg. on a chief sa. three griffins' heads erased

of the field (Lindley).

11. Per bend or. and sa. a lion ramp. counter changed (Simpson), 12. Arg. on two bars sa. three fleur-de-lis of the

first, in chief a hound courant of the second gorged or. (Palmer).

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13. Barry of ten or. and sa. a bend gu. (Barker).

14. - Buck. The marginal insc. reads thus: Here lies Charles Viscount Halifax, G.C.B., born December xx., mdecc, died August viii., mdceclxxxii., and Mary, his wife, daughter of Charles, Earl Grey, K.G., born May iii., mdccevii., died July iii., mdecclxxxiii., on whose souls may God have mercy.

15. Az. a chalice or. issuant therefrom the housel arg. (Shield of the Blessed Sacrament).

16. On an incised slab to Francis Lindley Wood, Captain in the Royal Navy, b. 17th Oct., 1847, de- parted this life Monday, 13th Oct., 1873. Quarterly I. and IV. Wood. II. and III. Buck. Crest, a woodman as in the arms, the shield charged with a griffin's head erased sa. (Wood).

17. - Easternmost window of south aisle- Quarterly I. and IV. Wood. II. and III. Buck.

18. As 3.

19. Quarterly I. Wood. II. Barker. III. quarterly per fess indented ermines and az. in second quarter a wolf's head couped or. (Lacon). IV. per fess embattled

arg. and sa. three falcons close, belled or., all counter changed (Thompson). In pretence, Buck.

20. Quarterly I. and IV. Grey. II. and III. De Grey

imp. Ponsonby. 21. Quarterly I. and IV. Wood. II. and III. Buck,

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Imp. quarterly I. and IV. or. three torteaux a label az. of three points (Courtenay). II. and III. or. a lion ramp. az. (Redvers).

In the side windows- 22. Quarterly I. and IV. erm. on a fess gu. three escallops or. (Ingram). II. and III. vairé arg. and sa. (Meynell ). 23. Quarterly I and IV., Wood. II. and III., Buck imp. gu. a fess checquey or. and az. (Lindsay). II. and III. or. a lion ramp. gu. surmounted by a bendlet sa. (Abernethy).

24. Quarterly I. and IV., Wood. II. and III. Buck. Imp. quarterly I. and IV. Grey. II. and III. De Grey of Horton.

25. Wood, in pretence az. a tiger statant or. on a chief of the last three crosses pattée of the field (Ewert).

26. Wood imp. gu. a fess betw. three crosslets fitchée o«. (Gore).

27. Arg. a lion ramp. gu. in a double tressure flory counter-flory of the last (Dundas) imp. 2..

28. Quarterly I. and IV. gu. a saltire arg. in chief a rose or. barbed vert: (Corry). II. and III. sa. a cup arg. and issuant therefrom two boughs of laurel vert., fructed of the second enclosing a garland of the third entwined with ribbons silver (Lowry). Imp. 2.

29. Quarterly I. and IV. Buck. II. and III. sa. three swans' heads couped arg. (Squire) imp. gu. a

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chev. betw. three eagles' heads erased or. (Ellisont). 30. - Buck in pretence Sqnire. 31. Wood imp. Barker. 32. Wood imp. Palmer.

33. Wood imp. sa. a chev. betw. three horses' bits or. (Milner).

34. Quarterly I. and IV. (Barker). IJ. and III. (Lacon) imp. (Thompson).

35. Palmer imp. Thompson. 36. Simpson imp. Lindley.

37. Erm. three fusils conjoined in fess sa. (Pigeot) imp. (Lindley).

38. Lacon imp. per pale or. and arg. on a chief in- dented sa. three lions ramp. of the first (Beevor).

39. Beevor imp. arg. a chev. sa. betw. three flower vases of the second adorned or. and issuant therefrom nine rays radiant, rayoné of the third (Batt, of Oakwellt).

40. - Bait imp. quarterly I. and IV. gu. a lion ramp. arg. charged on the shoulder with a boar's head couped arg., in a bordure engr. of the second (Horton). II. and III. arg. three fusils conjoined in fess az.

Gledhallt).

41. Lindley imp. az. on a pile sa. six lioncels ramp. arg. three two one, all within a bordure of the last, charged with nine hurts (Lightbourne).

42. Wood imp. arg. a cross sa. betw. four crows

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_ppr. (Rooke, of Barnsley ).

43. Wood imp. vert. an oak tree arg. fructed or. (Morewood).

44. Wood imp. arg. on a pile sa, three cingfoils or. (Eyre). 45. Wood imp. per pale or. and vert. on a chev. betw. three stags at gaze, as many pheons all counter

changed on a chief az. three escallops of the first (Swift)-

46. Iindley imp. arg. a chev. betw. three griffins segreant sa. (Finch).

47, Lindley imp. quarterly I. and IV. (Horton). IIL. and III. (Gledhill).

48. Horton in pretence @ledhall.

49. Gledhill imp. quarterly I. arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the first (Savile). II. gu. a cross formée or. (@olear). III. arg. a bendlet sa. betw. in chief an eagle displayed vert. and in base a cross-crosslet sa. (Ryshworth). IV. arg. a cross moline sa. (Copley).

50. Sa. a chev. betw. three leopards' faces or. (Wentworth) imp. erm. a muscle sa. (Fawkes).

51. - Wentworth imp. Copley.

52. Quarterly I. and IV. gu. a fess betw. three sheldrakes arg. (Jackson, of Hickleton). II. and III. az. a chev. checquey arg. and gu. (Wilkinson, of Goldthorpe ?)

imp. sa. three walnut leaves in bend cotised arg. (Waller).

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53. Jackson imp. quarterly I Savile. II. Golcar. III. Ryshworth. IV. (Copley).

54. On a hatchment-

Quarterly I. Wood. II. Barker. III. Lacon. IV. Thompson. In pretence, quarterly I. and IV. Buck.

II. and III. Squire Helmet and crest of Wood. Legend, DEUS MISERERE ME.

55. On a tablet (arms carved)- Wood in pretence Barker. Lacon.

56. On a hatchment in tower- Wood imp. @rey.

57. On a tablet- Arms as in 55.

58. In the west window of north aisle- Quarterly I. and IV. (Jackson) a crescent for differ-

ence. II. and III., Wilkinson ? Imp. gu. on a fess arg. three garbs sa. (Tindall). Crest, on a helmet and wreath, a sheldrake as in the arms.

59. Quarterly I. and IV. Jackson. II. and III. Wilkinson imp. Quarterly 1. Savile. 2. Golcar. 3. Rish- worth. 4. Copley. In the west window of the tower- 60. Gu. five fusils conjoined in fess or. (Newmarch).

61. Arg. on a bend sa. three popinjays or. (Curzon).

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62. Quarterly I. arg. a lion pass. guardant gu. betw. two acorns in bend az. cottised erm. (Rhodes). II. arg. a chev. betw. three crosses-crosslet sa. (Cachehors). III. per chev. sa. and erm. in chief two boars' heads erased or. (Sandford).

63. Sa. in chief two covered cups and in base a cross pattée arg. (Priory of St. Mary Magdalene at Lund).

64. Gu. three mullets or-, a canton erm. (Harengal).

65. Quarterly I. and IV. gu. two lions joined at the head or., crowned az. in a bordure arg. II, and III. arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned and gorged

or. (Preston). Imp. arg. on a fess betw. two bars gu, three fleur-de-lis of the first (Normanville, of Billingley).

66. Or. a lion ramp. sa. (Fitzsweyn).

67. Paly of six or. and az. on a bend gu. three martlets arg. (Rotherfield ?). '

68. Arg. a lion ramp. sa. crowned or. (Preston).

69. On a hatchment in the tower- Quarterly I. and IV. Wood. II. and III. Buck, en- circled by the ribbon of the Order of the Bath.

70. Quarterly I. and IV. Wood. II. and III. Buck imp. quarterly I. and IV. Grey. II. and III. Grey, ensigned with coronet and supporters.

71. As No. 71, but with crest of Wood.

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SEPTEMBER IIth, 1890.

1. On a tablet (two shields carved)- Quarterly erm. and gu. (Stanhope) imp. a fess betw. three talbots' heads (Hawley).

2. On a fess betw. three bears ramp. as many fleur-de-lis (Blithman) imp. a bend betw. six martlets (Mounteney). In M. Johnis Stanhop, et Dua Mariz uxoris ejus, filia et heres Gulielmi Hawley, de Stotfold. This tablet was erected by Jaspar Blithman, of New Lathes Armig. 1674. H.D.D. 11, p. 147. Stanhope, quarterly erm. and gu. Hawley, gu. a fess betw. three talbots' heads arg. B. Blithman, vert. on a fess betw. three bears ramp. arg. as many fleur-de-lis of the last. - Mounteney, arg. a bend betw. siz martleis gu. B.

3A. On a bell- Two staves raguly and couped one in pale sur- mounted by the other in fess betw. two ducal coronets in chief, the bottom part of the staff in pale enfiled with a ducal coronet (Town of Nottingham). Gu. two staves raguly and couped, one in pale surmounted by the other in fess vert., betw. two ducal coroneis in chief or., the bottom part of the staff in pale enfiled with a ducal coronet of the last. B.

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No Armoriars.

KILNHURST ST. THOMAS.

No Armoriars.

KIMBERWORTH ST. THOMAS,

No

MARR ST. HELEN. Junr 2nd, 1891.

i. On an uninscribed slab in the sanctuary- A chev. betw. three trefoils slipped (Lewis) imp. a chev. betw. three crosses formée fitchEée (Woodruffe). Lewis, of Marr, sa. a chev. betw. three trefoiuls slipped or. P. Woodruffe, of Bolton-on- Dearne, arg. a chev. betw. three crosses pattee fhitchee gu. P .

2. On a tablet much defaced, but as No. 1. Edward Lewys de Marre, et uxoris ejus Eliza- bethxz ex co-h. Ellis Woodrufle de Hope in agros Derbensi obiit Martii 30, 1675, sine prole Elizabetham illustrissimas comitis HMHuntingdonensis et Mariam

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Domina Dancourt illustrissimi comitis de Scarsdale hzredi Nuptas Johannis Lewys de Ledstone Equitis et Baronetti fratris Germani filias reliquit haredis vivit post funera virtus. H.D.D., Vol. 11., p. 362.

3. On a slab with effigies in brass of a civilian and his wife, inscription and shield- Quarterly I. and IV. a chev. betw. three trefoils slipped. II. and III. on a chief three stags' heads caboshed. Imp. quarterly of VI. I. on a bend three crosses. II. a fess dancetté betw. nine billets, over all a label for difference. III. defaced. IV. on a fess doubly cotised three cingfoils, on a canton three fusils conjoined in fess. V. a fess betw. three goats pass. VI. bendy of six. _ Johannis Lewys filius et heres Robert Lewis legis peritus, et unus Justiciorum Domicze Regine ad pacem et quorum, infra Westriding comitatis Ebor, ac Recordator ville Doncastriz, qui ob. xvii. die Octobris Anno Regni Elizabeth» xxxi., et Anno sus xliv., qui in uxorem duxit Mariam Reresbyi, filiam Lionelli Reresbyi de Thribergh, Armigeri, defuncti, per quo habuit exitus sex liberos indeluét duos filios et quatuor filias. H.D.D., 11., 362. Hanley, erm. on a chief gu. three stags heads caboshed or. Reresby, gu. on a bend arg: three crosses patonce sa. Dein- court, az a fess danceite betw. ten billets or., a label for difference. - Normanville, arg. a fess cotised gu., on a canton or. a fess lozengy of the second. Gotham, gu. a fess betw. three goats pass. arg. Bendy of six az. and gu. (Byrom ?).

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4. On the pulpit- . On a fess dancetté three fleur-de-lis. Crest, a bird

with a slip of tree in its mouth, lettered C.B. Barker, or. on a fess dancetite az. three fleur-de-lis of the feild. (Christopher Barker, H.D.D.)

MEL TON-ON-THE-HILL ALL SAINTS.

June 10th, 1891.

1. On a tablet in the chancel in memory of Anne, wife of the Rev. John Fountayne, dau. of the Right Honble. Wm. Bromley, Esq., Speaker of the House of Commons, Secty. of State, by Elizabeth, dau. of the Rt. Honble. Lord Stawell. She d. Feb. 11th, 1846, aged 33. Arms (tinctured) or. a fess gu. betw. three elephants' heads erased sa. (Fountayne) imp. quarterly per fess indented or. and gu. on an escutcheon arg. a griffin

segreant vert. (Bromley, of Badington). Crest, an ele- phant pass.

2. On another tablet to Thomas Charles Foun- tayne, d. Jan. st, MDCcccLxxx. Arms (tinctured) Fowniayne, quartering or. three lions pass. sa. (Carew).

In window- 3. Gu. a lion ramp. arg. (Mowbray) two shields.

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4. Arg. two bars gu.? on a canton of the last, a trefoil slipped or. Crest, out of a ducal coronet a bear's head gu. Motto, tu: vincEns (Vincent).

5. Quarterly I. and IV., Vincent. II. and III.

or. on a chief indented arg. three lions ramp. az. (Wormley). Crest and motto as in No. 5.

6. Quarterly I. and IV. Fourtayre. II. and III. Carew. Imp. quarterly I. and IV. arg. three fusils conjoined in fess gu. (Montecute or Montayu). II. and III. or. an eagle displayed vert. (Monthermer). Crest as in No. 4. Motto, NIL CcoNSCcIRE SIBI.

7. Gu. two keys in saltire arg. in chief a crown ppr. (See of York). Crest, a cock ppr, (Badge of St. Peter?). ‘

8. In a window in south aisle- Fountayne imp. sa. a fret arg. (Harington). Crest as No. 1.

9. Fountayne imp. erm. on a chief sa. a griffin pass. arg. (Chester). Crest as in No. 1.

:o. Fountayne imp. quarterly I. and IV. Montagu. II. and III. Monthermer.

'11. Fountayne imp. sa. on a chev. betw. three

martlets or. as many mullets of the field (colour gone) Monckton.

12. Sa. a fess crenelle betw. three lions' heads erased arg. (Levett) imp. sa. a fess or. betw. three owls arg. (Owlgrave ?).

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13. On a tablet south chancel aisle in memory of John, son of Thomas and Anne Fountayne, descended from the Fountaynes of Sall, co. Norfolk; m. Eliza- beth, dau. of Francis Carew. Esq., of Bedington, d. Oct. 30th, 1736, in his 53rd year. H.D.D., Vol. 11. 368. Fountayne imp. Carew. Crest as in No. 1.

14. On a tablet in the tower (untinctured) to Thomas Fountayne, m. Ann, eldest dau. of Edward Chester, of Barkway, d. Feb. 5th, 1709, in his 72nd year. H.D.D., Vol. 11. 367. Fountayne imp. Chester.

*MIDHOPE ST. JAMES.

No Arnmoriars.

*MORTOMLEY ST. SAVIOUR.

No Armoriars.

NETHER HOYLAND.

No Armoriars.

Nov. 14th, 1891.

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T wo tablets for the family of Skelton, of Middle- wood Hall, bear these arms :- Az. a fess arg. cotised sa. betw. three fleur-de-lis

or. Crest, an eagle displayed sa. Motto, DIEU ET MON ROL.

*PARKGATE CHRIST CHURCH.

No ArmoriaLs.

RAWCLIFFE ST. JAMES. Junr 21st, 1892.

1. On a tablet (partly concealed by the organ) with Latin insc., to Mary, wife of Sir Thomas Went- worth, of North Elmsall, and dau. of William Middleton, " De Belsey Castra," Bart., by whom he had three sons, Robert, William, and Thomas, "et binam filiam, anonymam unam et alteram Martham." She d. Dec. 11th, 1667. Arms (tinctured) quarterly I. and IV. quarterly gu. and or. in first quarter a cross patonce arg. (Middleton). II. and III. sa. three covered cups arg. (Warcup ?).

2. On a brass east wall of south aisle for John Darley, of Kilnhurst, gentleman, son of William

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Darley, of Buttercrambe, Esq., m. Alice Mountfort, dau. of Christofer Mountfort, Esq., by whom he had four sons, Thomas, William, Francis, and John, and four daughters, Benedicta, Elizabeth, Anne, and Mary. He d. March 23rd, 1661, aged 75. Arms, two stone shields and another of brass- Six fleur-de-lis a crescent for difference, all within a bordure erm. (Darley). 3. Crusilly of crosses-crosslet fitchée a lion ramp. (Montfort). 4. Crest, a horse's head couped and accoutred charged on the neck with a crescent (Darley). P.

Darley, gu. six fleur-de-lis arg. three two one within a bordure erm. P. Crest, a horse's head couped gu. accoutred in armour or. bridled arg. B. Montfort, of Kilnhurst, arg. semee of crosses-crosslet fitchee gu. a lion ramp. az. within a bordure erm. B.

5. 1 imp 2 (Brass).

6. Over tower arch-

The Royal arms, lettered G. III.R. In the churchwardens' accounts I find " The vestry built

and the Royal arms put up by the Parish, 1797."

7. On an altar tomb in churchyard to Francis Denner, gentleman, d. March 15th, 1773, in his 72nd year ; and Mary, his wife, d. Sept. 24th, 1733, in her 33rd year. Arms, a cross betw. four roses. Crest, a young man's head couped at the neck effrontée (Barnsley).

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Barnsley, sa. a cross betw. four roses arg. a mullet gu. for difference. Crest, an old man's head couped at the breast and full faced ppr. charged with a mullet for difference. B.

8. On another to Foljambe Barnsley, gentleman, d. Jan. 28th, 1760, in his goth year, and Elizabeth, his wife, d. Sept. 26th, 1759, in her 78th year. Arms as last, but the crest on a wreath and charged with a mullet.

9. On another altar tomb thus inscribed- M. Gervas Balguy of Hope, Dyed at Aldwarke, January 29th in ye Morning, 1750, And was Interred here the 31st, Aged 64 years. Arms (carved in relief) three lozenges. Crest on an esquire's helmet a bear pass. (Balguy). Baiguy, of Aston, co. Derby, or. three lozenges az. Crest, a bear pass. ppr. collared and chained or. B.

SPROTBOROUGH S. MARY. FrsBruarRY 14th, 1891.

Arms in the windows- 1. In second window on south side of chancel, to Sarah Louisa Favell, d. April 9th, 1850. Arg. on a bend erm. betw. in chief a unicorn's head couped arg. and in base a lion ramp. or., two roses gu. (Favellt) imp. per pale arg. and az. on a fess

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cotised three lions' jambs erased fessways, all counter changed, in dexter chief quarter a wolf's head erased ppr. (sa. ?) Wilson, of Seacroft, co. York.

2. In first window from eastnorth ”aisle, four ancient shields. Arg. a fess dancetté betw. ten billets sa. (Deincourt).

3. Arg. seven lozenges three three one gu. (Fifz- william).

4. Gu. a maunch erm. (Conyers).

5. On a fine shield, partly broken, later than last three- Quarterly of IX. I. arg. on a pale sa. a lucie's head erect and couped or. (Gascoigne). II. gu. a saltire arg. (Nevill). III. gu, a lion ramp. arg. semée of billets or. (Bulmer). IV. vaire gu. and arg. (or.4) Ferrers. V. gu. a fess componé arg. and sa. betw. six crosses pattée fitchée of the second (Boteler). VI. quarterly arg. (or.?) and gu. two bars fusilly of ten counter changed (Baron Newmarch). - VII. arg. a chev. betw. three leopards' heads sa. (Thirkellt). VIII. arg. a fess betw. three crescents az. (Bardent). IX. arg. on a chief gu. a fleur-de-lis (or.) betw. two lozenges of the first (Wyman). All imp. - Quarterly 'of IV. I. and IV. lozengy arg. and gu. a mullet sa. (Fitzwilliam, of Aldwarke). IIL. quarterly 1 and 4, quarterly 1 and 4 arg. three fusils conjoined in fess gu. (Montecute). 2 and 3 or. an eagle displayed vert.

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(Mouthermer). 2 and 3 gu. a saltire arg. a label com- pony az. and of the second (Marquis Montecute ). III. Quarterly of 4. 1, gu. six martlets two two two arg. (Clarrel). 2, az. a bend or. and a label of three points arg. (Scrope). 3, arg. semée of crosses- crosslet formée fitchee, three garbs gu. (Earl of Athol). 4, arg. a bend fusilly az. (Marshall). In pretence on II. quarter. Quarterly 1, arg. on a

quarter gu. the sun in his glory or. ( . . f?). 2, az. a fess betw. three ( . . . ?) or. ( . _. ?). 3, gu. a cross arg. ( . . ?). 4, arg. a fess dancette or. ( . . ?).

Rasken Lord Pre Seal.

In the 2nd window two shields- 6. As 3.

7. - Barry of six arg. and az. (De Grey). 8. In west window as 6.

Shields painted on north aisle roof- 9. Gascoigne. 10. Gascoigne, imp. per fess. I. Nevill. II, gu. a lion ramp. in a bordure billettée or. (Bulmer).

II. Quarterly of IV. I. Nevill. II. Bulmer. III. Ferrets. IV. Boteler, +

12. Quarterly of IV. I. Newmarch. II. Thirkell. III. Wyman. IV. Barden. _

13. Lozengy arg. and sa. on a bend of the last three crescents of the first (Gargrave ).

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14. Arg. a cross moline sa a mullet for difference (Copley) imp. (Fitzwalliaw). 15. Copley, imp. arg. three picks sa. (Pigot).

16. Arg. three greyhounds bendways *courant sa. ( Mauleverer ) imp. (Pigot).

17. Arg. on a fess sa. betw. three fleur-de-lis gu. as many bezants. ‘

18. - Fitzwilliam.

19. Arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field (Savile) imp. per fess. I. gu. an eagle displayed arg. (Suthill). II. Fitzwilliam.

20. Fitzwilliam, of

21. Suthill imp. Fitzwilliam.

22. - Fitzwilliam, a fleur-de-lis sa. for difference.

23. Arg. five fusils conjoined in fess gu. in chief three bears' heads erased sa. (Bosvile).

Shields painted on south aisle roof- 24. - Fitzwilliam. 25. Copley. 26. Fitzwilliam imp. gu. a maunch erm. (Conyers). 27. Copley, of Batley, imp. Pigot, of Clotheran. 28. Fitzwilliam.

29. Savile, in dexter chief and sinister base a mullet sa.

*The Carver cramped for room.

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30. Copley. 31. Copley imp. Fitzwilliam. 32. Fitzwilliam imp. Deincourt.

33. Fitzwilliam imp. sa. a fess arg. in chief two mullets (pierced) of the last (Clinfon, Earl of Huntingdon). , 34. - Fitzwilliam. 35. Gascoigne.

36. Fitzwilliam imp. quarterly I. and IV. arg. a cross gu. ( . . ?). II. and III. checquey arg. and

gu. ( . . ?). 37. Fitzwilliam imp. quarterly 1. and IV. arg. a chief gu. over all a bend az. (Lord Cromwell). II. and

III. a checquey or. and gu. on a chief arg. three sa. ( . . 9).

38. imp. Clarrel. 39. Fitzwilliam imp. quarterly I. and IV. az. two

chevrons or. (Chaworth). II. and III. arg. an escutcheon in an orle of cingfoils sa. ( . . ?). _}

40. Sa. three stags' heads caboshed arg. (Cav- endish). 41. Scrope (no cadency mark) imp. Conyers.

42. Copley imp. az. a fess betw. three cingfoils or. (Thwaites, of Lofthouse).

43. Copley, imp. az. three crescents or. (Ryther).

44. Sa. on a chev. engr. arg. three roses gu.

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betw. as many lions' heads erased or. (Strey ).

45. Arg. on a bend betw. six martlets gu. three bezants (Wortley) imp. Fitzwilliam.

46. Savile imp. Fitzwilliam. 47. Gu. on a bend arg. three martlets. ( . . ?). 48. Copley imp. quarterly . . ?

On hatchments in the vestry- 49. Quarterly I. and IV. Copley). II. and III. gu. a mule pass. arg. (Moyle), over all Badge of Ulster. Imp. quarterly I. and IV. or. three pierced cingfoils erm. (Hamilton). II. and III. arg. a lymphad sa. ( Arran). '

50. As 50, but with crests. I. out of a crest coronet or. a panache of ostrich feathers six and five (Copley). II. two demi lions ramp. addorsed arg. (Moyle). Legend, in crucE vinco.

51. Quarterly of V. I. Copley. II. Fitzwilliam. III. Bosvile. IV. Moyle: V. Hardwicke. Crest, Copley.

52. Shield on nave roof- Fitewilliam. 53. On a funeral helmet is the crest of Copley, and

close by it two tattered banners and a wooden shield with arms of Copley.

54. Quarterly I. Copley. II. Fitzwilliam. III. Bosvile. ITV. arg, a saltire engr. gu. in chief three cing- foils sa. (Hardwick), over all badge of Ulster. Crest,

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Copley. 55. Quarterly VI. I. and VI. Copley. II. Fitz- william. III. Bosvile. IV. Hardwicke. V. barry wavy of six arg. and az. on a bend sa. three boars' heads couped of the first (Purcell) imp. or. three lions pass. guardant sa. (Carew). Crest as before.

56. Quarterly of VI. as last. In pretence arg. a lion ramp. sa. on a chief gu. three mullets or. (Wilson ?)

57. Quarterly of VI. I. Copley. II. Fitzwilliam.

III. Bosvile. IV. Hardwick. V. Purcell. VI. Wilson. These are painted on a board at end of south aisle.

58. Carved on the pews- A shield with a pike's head erect in pale betw. the letters W.G. (William Gascoigne). 59. On reading desk- As No. 57,

60. Arms of England over chancel arch- Lettered G.R. II., 1728. On monuments- 61. Altar tomb incised with figures of a knight and lady, black letter insc., and four shields for Philip Copley, who d. Oct. 19th, 1577, and his wife Maria Hastings. H.D.D., Vol. 1. 346. The two shields remaining are- Copley quartering Fitzwilliam imp. a maunch (Hastings). 62. Copley quartering Fitzwilliam. Tlastings, arg. a maunch sa. B.

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63. On a mural tablet on north wall of chancel, with Latin insc., to Lionell Copley, Armiger, d. Dec. 20th, 1766. H.D.D., Vol. 1. p. 347.

Copley. 64. On a large mural monument on steps to Sir Joseph Copley, Bart., b. May 10th, 1769, d. May 21st, 1838; and Lady Cecil, his wife, dau. of the Hon. and

Rev. G. Hamilton, Rector of Taplow, Bucks., b. March 13th, 1770, d. June 19th, 1819.

Four shields (tinctured by lines)- In centre- Quarterly I. Copley quartering Moyle II. Moyle. III. Copley. IV. Fitzwilliam imp. Hamilton quartering Arran. Crests, I. Copley. II. Moyle.

Below- 65. Fitzwilliam. 66. Copley. __ 67. Hastings.

68. On a slab of black marble, in chancel, to Mary, dau. of . . ? Wilson, of Burril Armiger, wife to Lionel Copley, Armiger, Lord of Sprotborough, d. Feb. 21st, 1732. Arms, Copley in pretence Wilson.

69. On another slab to Godfrey Copley, Armiger, Lord of the Manor of Sprotborough and Plumptre, co. Notts., d. April 21st, 1761, aged 54. H.D.D., vol. 1. 347. Arms as 55 except Purcell.

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70. On another slab to Sir Lionel Copley, Bart., d. March 4th, 1806, aged 39. Arms as last. Crest, Copley.

71. On a tablet east end of north aisle, to William, son of Robert and Sarah Wrightson, d. Dec. 4th, 1760. aged 84. He m. Isabel, d. and co-h. of Wm. Fenwick, of Bywell. H.D,D., Vol. 1. p. 348. Arms, now blank. Crest, a unicorn salient arg., armed crined and unguled or. (Wrightson).

72. Slab near pulpit, with insc. and four shields, partly concealed by pews. H.D.D., Vol. 1. p. 347. Wills Levytt Generosus et Elizabethz uxors. ejus una filiarum et coheredium Willi Wentworth, quondam isitus hujus pochiz, generosi. Qui obiit 20 die Julii vero 29 die Januarii Anno 1576, qui nuptati condigexunt Annos 59. Pater - et - Mater - Nicholai - Levytt - modo - de - Chenston - avus - et - ava - Radulphi - Levytt - unici - filii - ejus - dnus - Nichi - modo de - alte - Melton - proavus et proava Thom» Willimi et Robert Levytt, Christini, Radulphi filiorum. - Arms, still with trace of colour.

Sa. a fess ragully betw. three lions' heads

erased arg. (Levyit) imp. sa. a chev. betw. three lions' faces or. (Wentworth). __

73. - Levyit. 74. Levyit imp. Wentworth.

75. Levytt imp. quarterly I. and IV. a chev. II. and III. a fess gu.

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No Armoriaurs.

SWINTON ST. MARGARET, No Armoriars.

Jun® 21st, 1892.

THORPE HESLEY HOLY TRINITY,

No Armoriars.

THURNSCOE ST. HELEN, No Arnmoriars.

SEPTEMBER I1Ith, 1890.

WATH-UPON-DEARNE ALL SAINTS, Apric 23rd, 1891.

i. On a tablet in the chancel to George Ellis, Esq., of Langton, d. April 12th, 1712, aged 85. Arms (tinctured) Quarterly I. and IV. or. on a cross sa. five crescents of the field (Ellis). II. and III. blank.

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2. On a modern brass in the north aisle to Wm. Garnett, of West Melton, d. Feb. 22nd, 1790, and Ann, his wife, d. Dec. 4th, 1824, and Amy, wite of John Lamb, dau. of above, d. March 5th, 1821, and Harriet, her sister, d. Oct. 15th, 1869. Two shields. a lion ramp. crowned in a bordure engr. (G@arneit) imp. per pale on a chief indented three lioncels ramp. 3. - On a fess betw. three cingfoils two mullets pierced (Lamb) imp. (Garneflt ). Garnett, co. Lane., gu. a lion ramp. arg. ducally crowned or. in a bordure engr. of the last, B. Lamb, gu. on a fess betw. three cing forls arg. two mullets of the field. B. 4. On a tablet in south aisle to Thomas Carr, d. Oct. 2nd, 1869, aged 66 ; and Mary, his wife, d. Feb. 21st, 1818, and William, their son. Crest on a wreath, a stag's head erased (Carr). 5. On another tablet to Thomas Tuke, Esq., d. 1810, aged 82. Arms (tinctured) per chev. sa. and arg. three griffins' heads erased and counterchanged. Crest, a griffin's head erased, per chev. arg. and sa. guttée counterchanged holding in the beak a sword ppr. hilt and pomel or. Motto, . . ?

6. On a brass to William Cadman, Esq., of Cross House, d. Sept. 19th, 1874, aged 65, in memory of whom the Font was given. Arms, three columbine buds Crest, a stork's head regally crowned (Cadman).

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Cadman, or. three columbine buds vert. Crest, a stork's head regally crowned ppr. B.

Carved on the organ case, two shields- 7. Two keys in saltire, in chief a crown (See of

York).

8. On a chev. three estoiles (Mr. William Carr). Carr, gu on a chev. or. three estoiles sa. B.

Hatchments in north transept- 9. Vert. a bordure or. charged with nine pellets, over all on a chief az. three martlets of the second (Tolson, of Wath) imp. barry of six (. . ?) Crest, on a crest coronet or. a stork ppr. Motto, . . ?.

On another- 10. Tolson imp. arg. on a bend sa. three owls of the field (Savile). Crest and motto as No. g.

In south chancel window-- 11. Lozengy arg. and gu. (Fitzwilliam). 12. Arg. a saltire gu. (Neville).

13. Az. in chief the letters A. C., in base a wheat garb, united by a cord and knot or. (Alured Comyn, Prior of Nostell).

In a north aisle window- 14. As No. 11.

In the south aisle- 15. Six shields with passion symbols (modern).

16. Barry of six arg. and gu. on a chief of the first three lozenges of the second (Fleming).

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Carved on seats and bench ends- 17. Savile, a mullet for difference.

18. - Fleming. 19. A chev. betw. three lions ramp. (Charlesworth?).

WENTWORTH HOLY TRINITY. Marcu 30th, 1892.

On the exterior- _ 1. Arms over south door, a chev. betw. three leopards' faces (Wentworth).

2. Crests in panels ; a griffin pass. (Wentworth).

3. An eagle preying on a child (Stanley). These are each repeated twice.

4. - Over priest's door- Arms, Wentworth imp. on a bend three stags' heads

caboshed (Stanley). Nos. 1 and 4 occur again on the east end.

Interior, hatchments- 5. Quarterly I. and IV. arg. on a chev. engr. az. betw. three martlets sa. as many crescents or. (Watson). II. and III. sa. a chev. betw. three leopards' faces or. (Wentworth) imp. arg. a chev. betw. three griffins' pass, sa. (Finch) on a coronet. Crests, I. a griffin's head erased arg. gorged or. (Watson). II. Wentworth. Sup- porters, two griffins arg. gorged or. Motto, mMra GLORIA FIDES.

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6. Quarterly I. and IV. Waiésor. II. and III. Wentworth. In pretence, quarterly I. and IV. per pale az. and gu. a bend betw. two mullets or. (Bright). II. and III. arg. fretty gu. on a chief of the last three leopards' faces or. (Liddall). Coronet and crest of Wentworth. Supporters (dexter) a griffin arg. gorged or. Sinister, a lion or. Motto as No. 5. '

For Charles Watson Wentworth, 2nd Marquis of Rocking- ham, d. 1782.

7. Royal arms as follows-Quarterly I. and IV. quarterly France and England. II. Scotland. III. Ireland, imp. as dexter. In pretence, sa. billettée or. a lion ramp. arg. (Nassau) all within the ribbon of the Garter. Crest and supporters as usual. Motto, DIEU ET MON DROIT. (Thereis a legend that this was sent by Charles to the funeral of the Earl of Strafford, as he could not himself attend, but as these are the arms of William and Mary, its foundation must be sought elsewhere.)

8. The east window contains the arms, coronet,

and monogram of Wentworth within the ribbon of the Garter.

In a north window-

9. Very similar arms, Wentworth in Garter. Went-

worth imp. arg. on a bend az. three stags' heads caboshed or. (Stanley).

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In a south window-

10. The same with the addition of the crests of Wentworth and Stanley.

In another north 11. Arms gone. Supporters, dexter a griffin arg. Sinister, a stag or. gorged and chained az. Coronet and monogram. Crests, I. on a wreath or. and gu. a griffin pass. arg. armed and langued gu. (Wentworth). II. on a wreath a vulture or. preying on a baby ppr., swaddled or., lying in a cradle of oak leaves fructed ppr. (Stanley).

There are two old hatchments- 12. - Wentworth imp. Stanley.

Monuments. See H.D.D., vol. 11. 98.- 13. Ona low tomb with effigies of a knight and lady. The knight has on his tabard-Quarterly I. and IV. on a pale a lucie's head erect (Gascoigne). II. a lion ramp. in a bordure engr. (Mowbray). III. on a chief a fleur-de-lis betw. two lozenges (Wyman). For tinctures see below. Collar of S.S. Helmet and wreath.

14. On a mural monument to William Went- worth, Earl of Strafforde, Viscount Wentworth, Baron Wentworth, of Wentworth Woodhouse, Newmarch, Oversley, Raby K.G., and Lady Henrietta Mary Stanley, Countess of Strafforde, 2nd dau. of James, Earl of Derby, who d. a martyr for the King, Oct. 15th, 1651; and Lady Charlotte de la Tremouisse,

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Countess of Derby, dau. to Claude, Duke of Tre- mouisse and Charlotte Brabantine de Nassau, 2nd dau. to William, Prince of Orange, by Charlotte du Bourbon, Princesse of Orange, b. Nov. 17th, 1630, m. Feb. 27th, 1654, d. Dec. 27th, 1653. Arms on the pediment Wentworth, and Wentworth imp. Stanley.

15. On a slab in sacraruim to Anne, dau. of George Wentworth, Knight, and Anne, his wife, d. Dec. Mensis Augusti, mdexlix. See H.D.D. vol. 11. 98. Arms, Wentworth imp. a chev. betw. three horses pass. (Ruishe). Rushe, Essex, gu. a fess or. betw. three colts courant arg. B.

___ 16. On a mural monument, with kneeling figure, to Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafforde, etc., etc., Lord Lieut. of Ireland, President of the North of England, K.G., b. April 13th, 1593, d. May 12th, 1641. See H.D.D., Vol. 11, p. 86. Arms, Wentworth within the ribbon of the Garter.

17. On another monument over door to Sir William Rokeby, of Skiers, Bart., and Frances, his wife, dau. of William Hickman, of Gainsborough, by whom he had issue William and Mary, 1676. H.D.D., Vol. 11. p. 99. Arms, in centre, a chev. betw. three rooks (Rokeby). Four smaller shields for Rokeby. Rokeby imp. per pale indented (Hickman), and Rokeby (twice, in lozenges). In

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centre partly tinctured, quarterly of X. I. Rokeby. II. Quarterly gu. and erm. in the 1st and 4th, a goat's head erased (Morton). III. az, a chev. betw. three conies pass. (Lever?) IV. arg. on a chev. betw. three rooks sa. as many pierced mullets of first (Rukeby, of Rokeby Merton). V. barry of six or. and sa. in dexter chief an annulet of the last (Holme). VI. three chevrons braced in base in chief three mullets (Danby). VII. az. a maunch or. charged with a fleur-de-lis (Conyers ?). _ VIII. a lion ramp. ( . . ?). IX. az. three harts' heads erased or. (Anne 1). X. as 1, over all Badge of Ulster.

18. On a mural brass to Michaell, onely sonne of John Lord D'Arcy of Alton, and Margaret, his wife, dau. of Thomas Wentworth, d. Dec. 13th, 1588. Arms, . . ? a label of three points ?) imp. Wentworth. 19. An alabaster shield near the doors, part I think of an early tomb, bears on tomb of Sir Thomas Wentworth, 1587. Quarterly of VIII. I. and VIII. Wentworth. II. a cross degraded (Wodehouse). III. paly of six a bend counterchanged (Pollingion)\ IV. a cross pattée throughout (Hotor). V. a fess betw. three fleur-de-lis (Skelton). VI. a chev. betw. three foxes' heads erased (Tinslow). VII. three crosses-crosslet, for crusilly in pile of eleven (Marjorelles). In pretence,quarterly of XXII I. Gascoigne. II. a chev. betw. three horses' heads erased (Gawthorpe). III. on a chev. three lions pass

(Bolton) IV. a fess betw. three falcons (Franke). V.

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a lion ramp. in a bordure gobony engr. (Mowbray). VI. on a chief a fleur-de-lis betw. two lozenges (Wyman). VII. a fess betw. three crescents (Barden). VIII. a chev. betw. three leopards' faces (Thirkell). IX. two bars (Manduit). X. a saltire betw. four eagles (Bykard). XI. on a saltire a crescent (Fitzmaldred). XII. fretty a dextor canton (Nevile). XIII. a lion ramp. (Buimer). XIV. a chief indented (Glanville?) XV. crusilly fleurie three crescents (Clanwitkh), XVI. quarterly a bend (Clavering). XVII. barry of ten a bordure semée of merlins (Merley). XVIII. vairée (Ferrers). XIX. a fess compony betw. six crosses-crosslet (Boteler). XX. two bars (Pantulf). XXI, a fess fusilly of five. (Newmarch). XXII. a fess fusilly of five (Newmarch). The tinctures arg. a cross degraded sa. H. Pobéi@gion, paly of siz arg. and az. a bend counterchanged. B. Hoton, arg. a cross pattee sa. Skelton, az. a fess betw. three fleur-de-lis or. - Tinslow, arg. a chev. betw. three foxes heads erased gu. B. Marjorelles, gu. crusilly in pile of eleven or. Gawthorp, gu. a chev. betw. three horses heads erased arg. Bolton, arg. on a chev. gu. three lions pass guardant of the field. Franke, gu. a fess betw. three falcons arg. - Mowbray, gu. a lion ramp. arg. in a bordure engr. compony az. and of the second. Wyman, arg. on a chief gu. a fleur-de-lis or. betw. two lozenges arg. - Barden, az. a fess betw. three crescents or. - Thirkell, or. a chev. betw. three leopards' faces sa. Manduit, erm. two bars purp. Bykard, or. a saillire betw. four eagles displayed vert. - Fitzmaldred, gu. on a chev. or. a crescent sa. Nevile, lozengy our. and gu. a canton

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erm. - Bulmer, gu. billettee a lion ramp. or. @lanville, arg. a chief indented az. Clanwith, az. crusilly fleurie three crescents or. Clavering, quarterly or and gu. a bend sa. Meriey, barry of ten arg. and gu. on a bordure az. eight Merlins, or. Ferrers, vaire arg. and az. - Boteler, gu. a fess compony or. and sa. betw. six crosses-crosslet arg. Pantuilf gu. iwo bars erm.+ - Newmarch, gu. five fusils con- joined in fess or. Newmarch, or. five fusils conjoined in

fess gu.

Tur NEw xas No Axrmoriars.

*WINCOBANK ST. THOMAS.

No Axrmoriaurs.

WOMBWELL ST. MARY. No ArmoRIALS.

Aprt 23rd, 1891.

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THE

SOKE OF DONCASTER.

DEpICATED To

W. H. BATTIE.WRIGHTSON, ESQ., F.S.A.,

or CuswortHx, co. York.

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BALBY ST. JAMES.

No

Aucust 30th, 1890.

DONCASTER CHRIST CHURCH.

Auaust 30th, 18go.

i. On a tablet in south aisle to Henry, son of Treman Bower, of Bawtry, F.S.A., Deputy Lieut. for Yorkshire, d. Feb. 24th, 1842, aged 63. Arms, quarterly I. and IV. a human leg couped at the thigh, transfixed by a broken spear, in bend on a canton a tower (Bower). II. three suns in pale betw. two pallets wavy (Pearson). IIH. two wings in lure (Rayney). Crest, on an esquire's helmet a human leg as in the arms (Bower). Bower, sa. a human leg couped at the thigh, transpierced above the knee by a broken spear in bend ppr. on a canton arg. a tower gu. B. Pearson, az. on a pale betw. two pallets wavy erm. three suns ppr B. Rayney, gu. two wings conjoined in lure tips downwards erm. B. __

2. In a window north aisle to John Arthur Cooper, of Carr House, Doncaster, son of Samuel and Mary

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Cooper, b. July 28th, 1834, d. Oct. 7th, 1864. Two shields- Purp. on a chev. engr. or. betw. in chief two lions pass. arg., and in base a griffin's head erased of the second as many steel gads ppr, Crest, on an esquire's helmet and wreath a lion sejant sa. gorged or. support- ing with his dexter paw a steel gad. Motto, tout BIENT DE DIEU (Coopert).

3. As 2, differently arranged and mantled

4. On a brass near pulpit to George Jarratt Jarratt, Esq., d. May oth, 1856, and Mary, his wife. Arms, quarterly I. and IV. a lion ramp. crowned betw. two flanches guttée (Jarratt). II. and III. per pale gu. and az. in chief three nags' heads erased, in base a bezant (Horsfall ?). Crest, on a wreath a

saltire, and before the same a lion's head erased (Jarratt).

Jarratt, sa. a lion ramp. arg. collared gu. ducally crowned or. betw. two flanches of the second guttee du poiz. B.

5. On a tablet south aisle to Joanna Maria, wife of Robert Baxter, d. May 4th, 1837, aged 34; also Thomas Bradley, an infant; Mary Seliza, aged 9; also Susan Harriet Sophia, d. at Hong Kong, June 30th, 1865, aged 36; Robert Baxter, d. Oct. 8th, 1889, aged 87. Arms (tinctured by lines) gu. a chev. or. betw.. three hawks (Bazter) Imp. quarterly I. and IV. az. a

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cross engr. arg., in first quarter an escallop ( . . ?). II. and III. sa. on a chev. or. betw. three pelicans' heads erased as many crosses-crosslet (@odfrey ?). Crest, on an esquire's helmet, a pigeon close.

DONCASTER ST. GEORGE. Aucoust 30th, 1890. 1. On a wooden tablet in vestry to Robert Thwaites*, Mercer, d. Nov. 2nd, 1698, aged 51. Two shields- Arms (which have been repainted), arg. a demi-virgin couped below the shoulders vested sa., her hair dishevelled, wreathed about the temples with roses, issuant from clouds, in an orle of the same, all ppr. (Mercer's Company). 2. Arg. on a fess betw. three fleur-de-lis sa. as many plates (TAhwaites*) imp. arg. three chaplets (roses ?) in bend gu. betw. two bendlets sa. (Lance- shire ). *He m. Elizabeth, sister of Thomas Lancashire, Clerk. Jackson's Doncaster, p. 111. On brasses affixed to the wall- 3. To George Gibson, gentleman, d. Dec. 21st, 1699, aged 41. Arms, three storks rising (Gibson) imp. a saltire betw. four roses ( . ._ 2) on an esquire's helmet an ostrich feather.

4. To William Barstow, Esq., d. Dec. 22nd, 1741, aged 72.

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Arms, erm. on a fess three crescents. Crest, a nag's head erased (Barstow).

Barstow, erm. on a fess arg. three crescents gu. cotised of the second. H.D.D.

5. To Thomas Rayney, Esq., of Tyer's Hill, Dar- field, d. May 23rd, 1731, aged 63. Arms, two wings in lure tips downwards. Crest, issuant from a mural crown a lion's head (Rayney). Rayney, co. York, gu. two wings conjoined in lure, tips downwards erm. Crest, out of a mural coronet arg. a lion's head ppr. pelletee. B.

6. To Richard Flower, of Lupton, " Clerke of ye Crowne," d. April 13th, 1662. Arms, per fess three fleur-de-lis (Flower imp. a chev. erm. ? betw. three wolves' heads erased ( . . ? ) Esquire's helmet. Crest, a stork wings elevated. Flower, per fess arg. and az. in chef two fleur-de-lis gu. in base another or. Crest, a stork, wings elevated ppr. beaked and membered gu. B.

7. To Mr. Henry Braylesford, of Doncaster, d. July 6th ( . . ?) Arms, a cingfoil, in chief a crescent for difference. Braylesford, or. a cingfosl sa. B.

In windows- 8. North transept, two shields, arg. a cross gu.

(St. George).

9. South chapel, east window, gu. a bend betw. six martlets or. Crest, a martlet or. (Seaton).

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:o. In the south windows of the same chapel, several shields. Barry wavy of six arg. and az. on a chev. sa. three martlets or., on a chief gu. a lion pass. betw. two anchors of the last (Forman).

11. In north aisle to Hannah Mowbray, of Hur- worth House, d. Oct. 31st, 1834, aged 77, and her husband, Arthur Mowbray, Esq., d. Jan. 26th, 1840, aged 65. Three shields-Gu. a lion ramp. arg. (Mowbray).

12. Mowbray imp. gyrony erm. and az. a castle arg. (Hooper). 7

13. Quarterly I. and IV. arg. a chev. gu. betw. three boars' heads couped az. (Abercrombie). II. and III. arg. on a saltire sa. nine lozenges of the field (Blair). In pretence, Mowbray.

In another window- A 14. On a wreath gu. and arg. a cock of the second

beaked and membered of the first.

LOVERSALL ST. CATHARINE. Junr 26th, 1891.

1. - On panels exterior of Arms, a fleur-de-lis ( . . ?) imp. two lions pass. guardant, in chief three covered cups (Wyrrall). Crest, a lion's jamb erased holding a covered cup. Inscribed in black letter, Johis Wirrall Patri Hugonis Wirrall.

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2. As No. 1, but without the crest, and inscribed Wirrall. Wirrall or Wyrratl, arg. two lions pass. guardant sa. on

a chief gu. three covered cups or. Crest, a lion's jamb erased holding a cup or. H.D.D.

3. Hatchment in tower, sa. (az.) on a cross or. three pellets in fess in first and fourth quarters a fleur- de-lis of the second, in second and third an eagle's head erased gold langued gu. (Banks). Crest, on an esquire's helmet and wreath, an eagle's head erased sa. langued gu. betw. two fleur-de-lis arg. Motto, sUIvEZ Raison. Mantling, arg. and gu. (see No. 4).

4. On a tablet to George Banks, Esq., of S. Catharine's, b. Aug. 14th, 1777, d. Dec. 14th, 1843, and his sister Elizabeth Goodman Banks, d. Dec. 10th, 1853, aged 72. Arms (tinctured by lines) as No. 3.

5. On a hatchment, or. a cross patonce betw. four eagles displayed sa. Crest, a demi-hind ppr. Motto, MORS JANUA vITZX. (Dizon) See No. 7.

6. On a tablet in south chantry to Henry Overton, Esq., d. May 12th, 1799, aged 70. Arms (tinctured by lines) az. a chev. erm. betw. three unicorns' heads erased (Overfor) imp. az. on a bend engr. three martlets (. . ?) Crest, a unicorn's head

erased.

7. On a tablet to William Dixon, Esq., F.RS., d. . . ? 3rd, 1783, aged 80. Erected by Elizabeth,

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wife of Joseph Brooke, of . . ? co. Kent, and Henry Overton of Loversall. Arms as No. 5, but untinctured. Crest lost. 8. On an altar tomb the sides of which are adorned by shields in panels on one faintly incised- A saltire imp. a chev. 9. On a low altar tomb of stone is an effigy clad in a long jupon with a sword belted over the same. On the left arm is a heater shaped shield, and thereon on a canton a cross patonce (Middleton). Middleton, quarterly gu. and or ., in dexter quarter a cross crosslet arg. B. 10. On the north wall is a long alto-relievo panel with these arms- Wairrail imp. a bend betw. six unicorns' heads couped (Wombwell) supported by nude men kneeling and supporting in the dexter and sinister hand respec- tively a distaff, the remainder filled up with foliage, &c. Wombwell, gu. a bend betw. siz unicorns' heads couped arg. B."} John Wyrral m. _. . % dau. of Hugh Wombwell, Esq., Mayor of Doncaster, 1514-24. “

11. On another smaller panel- Arms a Latin cross (Vesci?) Vesci, gu. a cross arg. H.D.D. 12. On a tablet in south aisle to Edward Dyne Fenton, late Captain of H.M. 86th (Royal, co. Down) Regt., d. at Scarborough, July 29th, 1880. Erected by his eldest son, Denzil J. Dyne Fenton.

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Arms (untinctured) a cross betw. four fleur-de-lis. Crest, a fleur-de-lis enfiled with a ducal coronet. Motto, canNDIDE COMME LA FIEVE. 13. In the tower- Fenton, arg. a cross betw. four fleur-de-lis sa. Crest, a fleur-de-lis enfiled with a crest coronet or. The Royal Arms dated 1785 (George III.) 14. On a slab in the churchyard to Frederick Fisher, Esq., of Westfield Housc, Doncaster, d. Aug., 1850. Arms (carved) a chev. betw. three fish embowed. Esquire's helmet. Crest, a fish as in the arms. Motto . . ? (Fisher t)

ROSSINGTON ST. STEPHEN. Aucust 15th, 1892. 1. On a tablet in chancel in memory of | James Brown, Esq., | of Rossington and Copgrove | in the

county of York. | He d. April 19th, 1877, aged 63 years, | and is buried in the vault of this church.

Arms (tinctured by lines) arg. on a plain bend sa. cotised wavy az. betw. two six pointed mullets pierced of the second, three lions ramp. of the field (Brown, of Harehills Grove). 11. and III. sa. three fleur-de-lis two and one betw. as many crosses-crosslet one and two arg. (Williams). Crest, a demi-lion ramp. erased or.

betw. two elephants' trunks ppr. 2. On another to James Brown, Esq», of Harehiil

Grove, near Leeds, by whom this church was rebuilt

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in the year 1844. Hed. July ist, 1845; his remains lie at Chapel Allerton, near Leeds. Arms as 1, imp. erminois on a bend engr. sa. cotised plain a lion pass. reguardant betw. two quatre foils ( . . ?). Crest as 1.

3. Over chancel arch Royal arms temp George II. Lettered R. Ramsey, J. Innocent, churchwardens.

4. On a tomb in the churchyard, insc. sacred to the memory of | Eleanor, eldest daughter of the | Rev. James Stovin, D.D., | Rector of this place, | who died | Dec. the 5th, 1808, | aged 17 years. Arms (tinctured by lines) quarterly I. and IV. barry of six or. and gu. a label of five points arg. (Sfovin). II. and III. arg. a chev. az. betw. three crosses pattée ( . . ?) imp. on dexter sa. three mascles or. (Whitaker ?) on sinister gu. a fess dancetté betw. six billets arg. (Breff?) Crest, on a wreath a bow and arrow drawn to the full (Stovin).

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PAGE. Aberford 27 Adwick-le-Street - 49

Adwick-on-Dearne ... 52 Arksey ~~ 53 Balby & 119 Barlow I Barnborough 55 Birkin I Bolsterstone 57 Bolton-on-Dearne 57 Boston Spa 28 Bradfield 57 Bramham 27 Brampton Bierlow 59 Brayton ece 03 Brodsworth «« 59 Brotherton - 6 Cadeby ».. - 61 Cawood s.. _ 8 Chapeltown .. 61 Clifford 29 Darfield 61 Deepscar 69 Doncaster Christ Church ».. 119 Doncaster St. George 121 Drax -e - 8 Ecclesfield 69 Elsecar »., 80 Fairbourn _- 29 Frickley 8o Gateforth 30 Greasborough 81 Great Houghton 81 Haddlesey . 30 Hickleton 81 Hooton Paganel 89

gimp go ilnhurst go Kimberworth go Kirkby Wharfe 30 Kirk Fenton 30 Ledsham .k 33 Loversall & 123 Marr 30 Melton-on the- Hill 92 Micklefield 36 Midhope 94 Monk Fryston II Mortomley 94 Nether Hoyland 94 Newton Kyme 36 Oughtibridge -.- 95 Parkgate --- 95 Rawcliffe --- 95 Rossington . 126 Ryther 14 Saxton 38 Selby Abbey ... 16 Selby St. James - ... 16 Sherburn .. 41 South Milford 24 Sprotborough - 97 Stannington .. 106 Swinton 106 Tadcaster 43 Thorparch -_- 44 Thorpe Hesley & 106 Thurnscoe ».. 106 Wath-upon-Dearne ... 106 Wentworth ... 109 Wincobank o--» 115 Wistow ooo» 24 Wombwell & 115

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PAGE. Abercrombie ».. 123 Abernethy .. 84 Aclome .e = 9 Allgood ».. 29 Alured Comyn ... 108 Anlabye « 49 Anne & I13 Ardsley .. 68 Arran 102, 104 Arsycke 2 Arthington .. 76 Ashton 64, 67 Audus 15, 16, 23 Auriol ... 60 Averinge ike I7 Babington 4) 5 Balguy 60 97 Banks »« 124 Barden 98, 99, 114 Barker 83, 85, 87, 92 Barnsley 96, 97 Barstow 26, 122 Barton eo- 34 Bassingbourne 21, 24 Batt »« 85 Baxter ».. 120 Beaufort eck 7 Beaumont o 13 Bedford 58, 59 Beevor «_ 85 Beke 21 Bella Aqua 56 Bellew 44 Belisme 69

Belvale ae 00 5 Benson _ 28 Bertram 7179 Bessington 2 Birkyn .. 00 I Bisset 16, 70 Blair ».. 123 Bland oo» - 54 Blessed Sacrament ... 83 Blithman 89 Bolles ce 35 Bolton II3, 114 Booth 719 Borne ee Bosvile or Bosville 64,

[ 100, 102, 103

Bosville (Old) ... 68 Boteler 98, 99, 114, I1 5 Bower 12, 13, Boyle ». 80 Boynton ».. _ I0 Bradestone 78 Brandon +- 54 Braylesford & 122 Breouse eck = 2 Brett 69, 127 Bretton Priory 88 Bright I10 Brinsley . 34 Brito or Breton 19 Bromley ey Brooke 3) 4) 5 Brown - 126

Buck 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 88 Bulmer 98, 99, 114, 115

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Burgh .. 78 | Cowdray - 35 Bushell ». 37 | Cradock 00 32 Butler .. - 7 | Cresacre 55) 57 Bykard ... 114 | Cromwell ».. IOI Byrom ... 91 | Cuningham .-. 17 Cachehors 4, 6, 81, 88 | Curzon | .. 87 Cadman 107, 108 | Dacre 4, 5, 19, 21 Calthorpe ... 19 | Danby o-- 113 Carew 92, 93, 94, 103 | D'Arcy 4) 5» 9, 121 Carr 8, 107, 108 | Darley ... 96 Carrington +.. 39 | Darrell 55 Cavendish 80, 82, 101 | Dawnay .k 4 Cawood ... __ 9 | De Brotherton 22, 79 Chadwick ... _ 61 | De Brus .. 18 Charlesworth . 109 | De Cardonel .. 52 Charlton 78 | De Grey 21, 40, 53, 82, 83, Charnock ».. 20 (84, 99 Chester 93, 94 | Deinconrt 91, 98, 101 Clanwith 114, De La Pole _ 78 Clarence, Duke of ... 36 | De Mouncey 14 Clarrell 54, 70, 77, 80, 99, | De Mowbray 00 22 [101 | Denton 50, 75 Clavering 114, 115 | De Roos 15, 21, 42 Clifford 78, 80 | De Ufflete oo. 22 Clinton, Earl of Lincoln | De Warrenne - 19, 22, 40, ' -_ (67, 101 (70, 79 Cockington ... _ 5 | De Woodstock ... I9 Compton ... - 80 | Dixon 72, 124 Comyn, Earl of Athol 77, | Dobson .. 19 [99 | DPrummond ... 60 Constable ... - IO | Dundas 7, 84 Conyers - 54, 98, 100, 101, | Dytton ce g [113 | Eadon 23 Cooper -__... 120 | Edward I. 17 Copley - 38, 63, 72, 86, 87, | Eland ».. 68 (100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 | Ellis 6, 106 Corry 84 | Ellison -- 85 Courtenay 84 | Elmsall 50, 51, 52, 72

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England 32) 42) 43) 55 Evelyn -- 79 Everingham 54, 68 Ewer eo-» 84 Eyre ... 86 Fairfax \_ 41 37 Favell o-- 97 Fawkes ... 86 Fenton 43» 53» 77, 126 Ferrers 98. 99, 114, 115 Fielding, Earl of Denbigh [62 Finch 86, 109 Fisher 126 Fitzalan ».. 18 FitzHugh 19, 40 Fitz Maldred & 114 Fitzsimon ve- 24 Fitzsweyn 88

Fitzwilliam 34, 53, 051) 551 [59, 60, g8, 100, 101, 102,

[103, 104, 108

Fitzwilliam, of Adwick 50 .

Fitzwilliam, of Aldwarke

& [70, 77, 80, 98, 100 Fleming 108, 109 Flower & 122

Foljambe 33, 34, 41, 42, 71

(72, 77, 78, 79, 80 Foot o-- _ 34 Forman eo- 123 Fountayne 92, 93) 94 Fox - 28, 29 Franke 113, 114 Freeman 72) 74 Furnivall 50, 56, 69 Gargrave ««- 99 Garnett

& 107

Gascoigne - 98, 99, 101, !11, [113 Gattesford -- 4, 5 Gawthorpe 113, I14 George I. ce 53 Ir 103, 127 1, - IIM. .. 96 Gibson 19, 121 Glanville 114, 115 Gledhill 85, 86 Gobion s.. I7 Godfrey 68, 121 Golcar 86, 87 Gore -_ 84 Gossip 45, 46 Gotham +-- gI Grant .. 29 Gray 11, 82, 83, 84, 87, 88 Greaves 51, 52, 68, 72 Green Ce £ Greenwood o-- _ 43 Gregson 29, 59 Greystock 69, 79 Griffith o- 57 Hall «« 59 Hamilton 102, 104 Hammerton oce 22 Hamond o-- - 39 Hanley 34), 91 Hanson 13, 14

Hardwicke 52, 53, 102, 103 H arengill ' 41

Hastings 35, 36, 69, 163, 104

Hatfield 38, 46 Hawdon 18, 19 Hawley ». 89 Hemsworth II, 14

Henry, Earl of Lancaster [18

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Hesleton +.. 38 | Langton .= {1 Hewley +- _ 24 | Lascelles -= 37 Hickman . II2 | Lathom 20 17 Higgins 38 | Latimer &_ 67 Hill, co. Devon. 2 | Lawson .= 52 Hitch ... 24 | Lever .. 113 Holme ... 113 | Ledes 2.0 31 Holimden ... 15 | Le Despencer 53 Hooper & 123 | Ledet . 67 Horsfall ... 120 | Leke .e 35 Horton 85, 86 | Levett 93, 105 Hotham 70 | Lewis 34, 35) 90 Hoton 113, 114 | Liddall ... 110 Hough 17 | Lightbound ... 85 Howard 22, 79 | Lilly +++ 4, 5 Hudleston 31 | Lindley 82, 85, 86 Hungate 39 | Lindsey ».. 84 Hungerford 36 | Lizours 60 77 Hyldeyard 67 | Longueville -- 39 Hylton 52 | Louvill -_ 63 Ingoldsthorpe 78 | Loudham ir Ingram 6, 84 | Lowry 84, 85 ackson 86 87 | Lucie 4) 5) 18, 44 ames ».. 24 | Lumley ece 71 arratt .. 120 | Manduit 114 enkinson » 79 | Mansell _ 76 obson 35 | Marjorelles 113, 114 earney ».. 37 | Marmion 68, 40, 54 Kempe 42 | Marriott ».. 62 Killingbeck & 14 | Marshall 2, 38, 99 Killom .. - 88 | Maude 65, 68 Kyme .. 37 | Mauleverer II, 100 Lacon 83, 85! Medley & 80 Lamb .. 107 | Melton - 4) 5 Lambert 67 | Menill 4, 19, 21 Lambton 80 | Mercer's Company ... 121 Lancaster, Duke of 43, 55 | Merley 114, 115 Lancashire ... 121 | Metham .. 41 Lane 28, 29, 30 Meynell 84

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Welles » 67 Wentworth 50, 70, 76, 86, [105, 109, 110, III, 112

Westby »« 76 Wharrey 21, 23 Whitaker 20, 26, 127 White 50, 51 Whitehead 23, 54 Wild -k 13 Wilkinson 86, 87 Willey g William and Mary ».. 110 Williams & 126

Willoughby, of Parhgm 21,

[67, 68 Wilmer 45

Wilson 13, 38, 58, 1:35, 104

Wilson, of Seacroft ... 98 Windham ece - 53 Witherington - - ... 17

Wodehouse 113, 114

Wofft oce - 32 Wombwell 63, 65, 125 Wombwell, of Thunder- [cliffe 73, 74, 76

Wood 64, 65, 82, 83, 84, 85, [85, 86, 87, 88 Woodruff, or Wooderoffe

(34) 41, 42, 78, 80, go

Wormley 551 93 Worsley 71, 8o Wortley 70, 102 Wray & 50 Wrightson & 105 Wriothesley 44 Wyman - 98, 99, nx, 114 Wynne 24 Wyrrall, or Wirrall - 123, ]124, 125

York, See of Ancient _ 42 York See of Modern 8,

[17, 93, 108

C. E. TurnEr, Pususuger®, Hemnswortu.

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CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS-PART I.

Page 10, No. 1-The lions of Cooke should be sa. Page 16, No. 7-Note, Bruce should be Bruce. Page 19, No. 6-Note, the charges at York are dis- tinctly meant for garlands. Page 40, No. 24-Note, Sir " Rowland Winn," Bart. Page 41, No. 25-Note omit " Sir" before " Charles." Page 55-Add, shields on drip stones of south door- 5. Per pale a chev. betw. three garlands counter- changed (Yarborough). 6. Three lions dormant in pale (Lloyd). Yarborough, per pale arg. and az. a chev. betw. three gar- lands counterchanged. B. Lloyd, or. three lions couchant in

pale sa. B. ' Page 60, No. 4-Note. The shield of Newmarch I

think is better described Quarterly arg. and gu. two bars fusilly of ten counterchanged. Page 71, No. 11-Arg. a fess sa. etc. (How). Page 72, No. 1-V. read three not five escallops. 33 1, - 2-III. (Hardwick) not (Hoskins). »» 1) - 3-Howard imp. sa. a fess, etc. Page 73, No. 6-imp Howard and quarterings as above. Page 84, No. 3-The arms granted to Robert Holgate, by Felows Norroy, June 30th, 1549, were, or. a bend betw. two bulls' heads sa., a chief barry of four arg. and az. charged with a pastoral staff in bend or. Page 107, No. 3-Should be described per pale arg. and gu. courbé a pile throughout, counterchanged, en- signed with a Protonotary's hat.

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Page 12, No. 6-The words " Hemsworth quartering Bower " should not be in italics. Page 23, No. 61-Read arm not " area." Page 31, No. 7-Read uxoris not " uxuris." Page 39, No. 4-Crest a, not " of lions' jamb." Page 53, No. 3-Tibtoft not " Tiftoft." | _ Page 60, No. 2-Rawson not " Ranson." Page 77, No. 52-X. Marshall not Reygate. Page 78, No. 55-Omit " Quarterly I. and IV." Page 82, No. 3-Omit " De" before Grey and follow- ing places. Page 85, No. 14-Lightboundt} not Lightbourne. Page 93, No. 6-Montagu.not Montayu. Page 99, No. 11-Ferrers not Ferrets. Page 112, No. 14-d. Dec. 27th, 1685, not 1653.

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ENTERED AT STATIONEKL 3 HALL.]

THE

HERALDRY IN THE CHURCHES

OF THE

WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE.

BY THE

REV. J. HARVEY BLOOM, M.A.

emma

PART III.

Henswortx : C. E. Turner, Printer «np PuBusuER.

1893.

LONDON: MITCHELL AND EUGHKES, 47, warDOUR STREET.

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PREFACE.

An apology is needed for the delay in the appear- ance of the present part, but it was almost a necessary consequence on the author's leaving Yorkshire. He hopes, however, to carry out his original intention, and place on permanent record such armorials as may yet remain in the Churches of the West Riding. The present part will be followed at once by Part IV.

He wishes to take this opportunity of stating that the dedications assigned to the Churches are those given in the Diocesan Calendar, and in no case can he be guarantee of their correctness.

The district covered by Part III. includes some seventy Churches, and extends from Sheffield to Hat- field and Harthill, a very considerable area, It is not, perhaps, so full of interest for an Herald as the northern part of the Wapentake, but at the same time contains many Churches that more than repay a visit-in the first rank come the tombs of the Talbots in Sheffield Parish Church; Thribergh, rich in memorials of the Reresby family ; and Harthill, the burial place of the Dukes of Leeds, while the magni- ficent Church at Tickhill has several shields and

merchant's marks of great interest.

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As far as the Author is aware no systematic catalogue of Heraldic Insignia at the present time in the Churches of Yorkshire has been printed. It is his object to supply this want, hence it follows that such facts as are recorded will take a catalogue form.

The Churches, whether containing objects of Heraldic interest or not, will be found placed in alphabetical order, under their respective wapentakes, and where these are divided, as Osgoldcross for example is, a separate section will be given for both divisions. The date of the Author's latest visit to each Church is subjoined. The position the arms, etc. occupy within or upon the building, furniture, or monuments, as well as the mode of treatment, whether carved, painted, or tinctured by lines, will be briefly described, and such description followed by any genealogical facts gathered from the monuments. Every coat of arms will be described once for each Church, and the name of the family to whom it pertains added in italics ; if it should occur more than once it will be referred to by this name alone. Wherever the tinctures are not upon the original, either from design or defacement, they are added in a note, and a letter indicating the authority placed immediately after; a list of these will be found at the commencement. In a few instances in the descriptions, there is some reason to believe the original colour does not now appear, owing to the effect of weather and time ; in such cases the proper

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tincture is added in a bracket. Those arms not to be found in the copy of " Burke's General Armoury,"

used for the purposes of the work, have a t+ placed after the name. A few Churches will have, in the

same way, an * affixed. These the Author has not personally visited, but has reason to suppose the imformation supplied to him is correct. In a few instances genealogical notes will be found printed in italics. These, taken chiefly from "Foster's York- shire Pedigrees," are intended to illustrate the correct- ness of names assigned to the arms. The Author wishes to thank Mr. Cecil G. S. Foljambe for aid in the Churches of Wadworth, Tickhill, and Rev. C. Vale Collier, Rector of Daving- ton, Kent, for notes on Sheffield Parish Church, Whiston, and Treeton. His thanks are also due to the clergy of the respective parishes, who have shown much kindly assistance. SPRINGFIELD, May, 1893.

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ABBREVIATIONS.

or. Gold. arg. -argent Silver. az.-azure ... Blue. gu. -gules .. Red. vert. Green. purp.-purpure |... Purple. sa.~--sable .. Black. erm. Ermine. ppr. .. Proper. chev. Chevron. engr. Engrailed. ramp. Rampant. pass. oul. Passant. d. Died. m. ... Married. \- b. Born. s. p. Without offspring. betw. ... Between. h. Heir. dau. Daughter.

insc. Inscription.

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LIST OF AUTHORITIES

UsrED IN PREPARATION OF THIS WORK.

General Armoury. Sir Bernard Burke, 1845. B. An Ordinary of British Armorials. Papworth, 1854. P. The Book of Crests. Fairbairn. F. The Peerage of England. A. Collins, 1779, 9 vols. Coll. Peer. Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire. ]. Foster, 1875. F. South Yorkshire, J. Hunter, 1828-31, 2 vols. H.D.D.

Hallamshire. J. Hunter. New Edition, London, 1869. H.H. Thoresby's Ducatus. T.D. Lordis and Elmete. Whitaker,. W.L.E. Historic Notices of Rotherham. Guest, 1879. H.R.

Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Journal. AT.].

Woodward and Burnett's Treatise on Heraldry. 1892. W.

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WAPENTAKE

OF

STRAFFORD aw» TICKHILL

(Soutx Division).

DrEpicaTED To CECIL GEORGE SAVILE FOLJAMBE, ESQ., F.S.A.,

OF COCKGLODE, NOTTS.

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ARMTHORPE ST. LEONARD. May 21st, 1891.

In a modern window, south of sanctuary, are these two shields- _

1. Gu., a covered cup arg., surmounted by an

escrol bearing the words Rardu RPretius (Shield of the Blessed Sacrament).

2. Gu., two keys in saltire or. (SY. Peer).

On a marble tablet in memory of George Cooke Yarborough, Esqre., late of Streethorpe,who d. Jan. 19, 1818, aged 80. Shield tinctured by lines. Quarterly I. and IV., Per pale arg. and az., a chev. betw. three garlands counter-changed (Yarborough or Yarburgh). 11. and III. Or., on a chev. gu. betw. two

lions pass. guardant sa., a crescent arg. for difference (Cooke).

ANSTON ST. JAMES. ApRIL 18th, 1893.

1. On a mural tablet on north wall of Chancel, in memory of Charles Wright, of Anston, Esq., b. Jan. 30, 1791, d. May 19, 1869 ; Anne (his ist wife) d. Dec.

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13, 1845, aged 47; and Robert, his son, who d. Nov. 8, 1845, aged 6. Crest, A sinister arm embowed and holding a sword in bend, enfiling a leopard's head (Wright of Anston). 2. On a mural brass on south chancel wall, to Mary, dau. and heiress of William Peigham, and wife of John Hutton, Gent., who d. March 28, 1664. Here lies the Cabinet of Virtues Rare, Wherein Chaste Love, and Charity Divine, With Faith and Justice, Purity Nay More, Constant obedience did alwayes shine. The best of Wives, of Mothers, and of Frinds, Joyfull Resurrection here attends. On a fess three stags' heads couped (Hx/or) imp. Two leather straps pale ways their buckles in chief (Peigham). Crest, Two arrows in saltire surmounted by another in pale, all enfiled by a crest coronet (Hutton). B. gives Hutton, of Goldsborough, Co. York. Arg. on a fess sa. three bucks heads caboshed or. - Crest, Three broad arrows, two in saltire and one in pale sa., enfiled by a crest coronet or. Pelham quarters G@u., two demi-belis paleways, the buckles

in chief arg.

ASTON ALL SAINTS. AprIL 19th, 1893.

*

The following shields are in the east window of

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south aisle, to which they were removed from the chancel when the present east window was inserted. In dexter light- 1. Az. crusxlly three cingfoils arg. (Darcy) imp. or., a chev. . . '. f 2. Darcy imp. Arg., on a bend betw. six martlets sa. a bezant (Zempest). 3. Darcy imp. Arg., two bars az. (or. ?) Grey, of Wilton. In centre light- 4. Darcyimp. (Gu.) A lion ramp in a bordure engr. arg. (Grey, of Horton). 5. - Quarterly of VIII.-I. Darcy. II. Gu,, crusilly an orle or. (Bertram). III. Arg., a bend betw. six martlets sa. (FZewxpest). IV. Az., a chiefor. (St Leger ?). V. Arg., a cross patonce sa. voided of the field (Me/ton). VI. Gu., three fish haurient arg. (Zwey). VII. Arg., two bars az., the upper charged with a fleur-de-lis or. (Hilton). VIII. as I. Crest, A bull pass. sa. armed and unguled or. Supporters, dexter, A griffin arg. ; sinister, A bull sa. armed and unguled or. 6. Darcy imp., Three bars surmounted by as many chaplets (tinctures faded out) (@Greysfock). In sinister light- 7. Darcy imp. Arg., three chevs. gu. (Zangion). 8. Darcey imp. Az., six bars (modern three bars gemelles) and a chief.or,. (Mennill).

9. Darcy imp. Az., a bend or. (Scrope).

Note.-A fine series of the arms of his children will be

in Part II., pages 4 and 6, and of the earlier Lords at page 21 of the same part.

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Sketch Pedigree to illustrate the Shields on page 3. John Lord Darcy = Elizabeth, dav. and

d. 30 Edw. IIL. heiress to Nicholas | - Menill. | | John Philip -= Elizabeth dau. of d. young. will dated Sir Thomas Grey, 16 April, of Heton. 22 Rich. II. John = Margaret, dau. to d. Dec. 9, Henry Lord Grey,

13 Hen. IV. - of Wilton. f 1 e Philip = Eleanor John = Joan, dau. dau. of Lord d. 32, of John Lord

FitzHMHugh. Hen. VI. Greystock. | |

Richard = Eleanor, dau. of d. before John Lord Scroop, his Father. of Upsal. | William =x Eufemia, dau. of d. 3 Hen. VII. Sir John Langton, of Farneley. - 1 Elizabeth, = Thomas = 2, Donsabella, dau. of sister of Wm. beheaded Sir Richard Tempest, Ist Lord Sands, June 20, of Ridlesdale.

d. Aug. 22, 1569. 30 Hen. VIII.

George - = Dorothy, dau, and heiress d. Aug. 28, of Sir John Melton, 4 & 5 Philip - of Aston. and Mary.

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5 ro and 11. On a mural brass in north aisle,- inscribed in black letter, Iohn R¥eltun, Knt., died July xi., 1510,-are two shields both similar. Quarterly I. Melton. II. Lucy. III. Quarterly 1 and 4, three chaplets (Lascelles adopted by Hilton); 2 and 3, Hilton. IV. Quarterly 1 and 4, A boar pass. (Poliard ?); 2 and 3, A helmet, visor closed (Belvale ?). B. gives ZLascells, of Eston, temp. Edw. I., Arg. three chaplets gu. These were brought into the Melton shield by the marriage of Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Robert Hilton, Lord of Swyne (d. 1431), with John Melton, Esgr.

12. Wall monument south side of chancel, in memory of Sir Francis Fane the Elder, and Elizabeth, his wife, dau. and co-heiress of Wm. West, Esq., of Firbeck, and formerly 4th wife and relict of John Lord Darcy and Mennell. Shed. in 1669, aged 63, and her husband in 1680, aged 69. He left issue Sir Francis, K.B., William Henry, John and Edward, Mary, Rachell, Elizabeth, Katharine, Grace, and Jane. See Coll. Peer, vol. iii», 232.

The shields are painted. In the centre- Quarterly of XVI.-I. Az., three dexter gloves or., a crescent of the same for difference (Fane). II. Gu., a saltire arg., charged in the centre with a rose gu. (Nevite, Lord Abergavenny). III. Bendy of twelve arg. and gu. (Zalbot?). IV. Arg., three lions ramp. sa. az. (Mildmay). V. Arg. a fess dancetty,in base three pellets ( .. ?). VI. Darcey. VII. as V. VIII. Checquey arg. and sa. (small panes) ( . . ?) IX. Nevile X. checquey

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arg. and sa. (large panes) . . . ?> XI. as VI. XII, as II. XIII. as VI. XIV. as IV. XV. as VIII.

XVI. as I. Crest, out of a crest coronet or. a bull's head. Mantelled arg. and gu. Motto, NE vILE FaNo.

13. Dexter shield- _ _Darey imp. Arg., a fess dancetty betw. three leopards' heads sa. (West).

14. - Sinister shield- Tierced in pale, Darcy, West, and Fane.

15. Under a tabernacle above porch door is a shield with a cross patonce (/or Melon).

ATTERCLIFFE CHAPEL.

No ArRmoriaLs.

ATTERCLIEFFE EMMANUEL.

No

BARNBY-ON.DON ST. PETER & ST. PAUL.

May 21st, 1891.

I. There is a curious painting on the south aisle wall of an 18-line Epitaph to Sir Roger Portington, of Barnby, and his two wives: Joan, dau. of Ralph

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Hopton, of Armley; and Jane, 4th dau. of John Ramsden, of Lascelles Hall,. Sse H.D.D., Vol. 1,

p. 214. Arms (Tierced in pale), Arg., two bars gu., each charged with three mullets of six points or. (Hopton) Gu., on a bend arg. three choughs ppr. (Puorfng/on), Arg., on a chev. betw. three fleur-de-lis sa., as many

rams' heads of the field (Ramsden). 2. Ina window -The Royal Shield temp. Victoria.

3. Mural monument to Francis, son of Gilbert Gregorie, Esq., who d. Aug. 11, 1671. Arms, Or., two bars az. in chief a lion pass. of the last, Crest, A demi-boar or. gorged sa. (Gregory). 4. - Ledger in north aisle to Robert Wade, who d. Jan. 29, 1681, aged 41. Arms (carved in relievo), A saltire betw. four escallops ( Wade),imp. Three eagles displayed (Stringer). Wade bore Az., a saltire betw. four escallops or. P. Stringer Sa., three eagles displayed erminois. P.

5. On exterior of tower, two keys in saltire (S%. Peter).

*BRIGHTSIDE ALL SAINTS.

On either side of the chancel arch are two shields, very roughly painted, with the arms of the Sees of

Canterbury and York.

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8 BRAITHWELL ALL SAINTS.

SEPTEMBER Ist, 1891.

1. In the south window of chancel, inscribed : © This Chancel was rebuilt 1845 by the eighth Earl of Scarborough."

Quarterly I. and IV. Arg., on a bend sa. three owls of the field (Savile), II. and III. Arg., a fess gu. betw. three popinjays vert. gorged of the second (Zxm/ey). Ensigned with an earl's coronet.

John, Eighth Earl of Scarborough, d. Oct. 27, 1856.

2. On a slab in floor of sacrarium, to the memory of Nathaniel Eyre, Gent., who d. Feb. 26, 1717, aged 46. ' The arms (which are neatly carved) are : On a pile three quatrefoils in pale. Crest, on a wreath, A leg couped at the thigh, booted and spurred.

H.D.D. gives Eyre, Arg., on a chev. sa. three quatre- foils or. Crest, a leg couped at the thigh quarterly arg. and sa., the spur or. 3. A slab incised with a cross fleurie contain- ing two shields, in memory of Thamas Sheffield, ob.

Fek. 1, 1869, bears A fess betw. six garbs (Sheffield). B. gives Sheffield Or., a fess betw. six garbs gu.

4. On a pew door (17th cent. ?)- Gu., a pile engr,. or. a crescent for difference,

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Crest, a demi-eagle displayed dimidiated palewise sans head (WarerZouse).

5. On another-

Waterhouse imp. Gu., two bars or. on a canton of the last a fleur-de-lis sa. =. . . ?

6. On another- Arg., five fusils conjoined in fess gu. in chief three mullets sa. (Bosvile, of Braithwell).

7. {Royal Arms temp George II.

BROOMHILL ST. MARK. OctoBEr 8th, 1891.

No Armoriaus.

CANTLEY ST. WILFRID. AucaustT 15th, 1892.

1. On the exterior of the tower are two shields, one (the lower) concealed by vestry roof, the other too much defaced to identify.

2, Mural monument in chancel, to John Wal- banke Childers, Colonel 11th Regt. of Light Dragoons, J.P. for the West Riding, b. Oct. 7, 1766, m. June 26, 1797, Selena, 3rd dau. of Lord Eardley, by whom he had issue 3 daus., d. Feb. 1, 1812.

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Arms (tinctured by lines), Arg., a cross patty gu. betw. four round buckles sa. (Childers), imp. Arg., on a chev az. three garbs or., on a canton of the last a fret gu. (Eardley). Crest, a cubit arm erect habited in chain mail, the hand grasping a buckle sa.

3. On another to Rowland Francis Walbanke Childers, Esquire, son of John Walbanke Childers, and Anne, his wife, Capt. Scots Fusilier Guards, b. at

Cantley Sep. 26, 1830, m. May 17, 1853, d. at Florence of Fever, Nov. 12, 1855; also of Susan Anne, his wife, youngest dau. of Lieut. Genl. Bourchier, K.G., b.

Aug. 26, 1833, d. at Brighton Nov. 25, 1858.

Arms, I. and IV. Childers. II. and III. gu., a fess crenelle arg. betw., in chief two saltires and in base a

garb or. (Walbanke), imp. arg., a cross engr. gu. betw. four water bougets sa. (Bourchier). - Crests, I. Childers ;

II. a garb in front of a saltire or. (Walbanke).

*CARBROOKE ST. BARTHOLEMEW.

No

*CARVER STREET.

No Armoriars.

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I1 CONISBOROUGH ST. PETER.

SEPTEMBER ist, 1891.

I. Incised slab in nave - pro anima Katrina quond. uxors. sdmundi fitzwilliam Armig. qui ubjit xi. dis martiit &.1. mdeococizxvii. There are shields at each corner, the opposite ones being similar.

Three firebrands (De Conisburgh), and A cross moline (Copley).

H.D.D. gives De Conisburgh Sa., three firebrands or. ; and Copley Arg., a cross moline sa.

2. On a mural tablet in chancel to Colonel John Woodyeare, of Crookhill Hall, Esqr., who d. June 25, 1811, aged 63; and Frances, his wife, dau. and co- heiress of John Woodyeare, of Crookhill, Esq.

Arms (tinctured by lines), Sa., semy-de-lis three

leopards' faces arg. (Woodyeare). In pretence, quar- terly I. and IV. Woodyeare. 11. and IlI. Arg., on a chev. gu. three trefoils erm. in a bordure engr. sa.

(Revil).

*CROOKES ST. THOMAS.

' No Arnortars.

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*DALTON HOLY TRINITY.

Brass in memory of Louisa Blanche, wife of Cecil George Savile Foljambe Esqr., of Cockglode, and eldest dau. of Fred John and Fanny Howard. She d. October 7, 1871, aged 29.

Six shields-

I. Quarterly of VI-I. Gu., a bend betw. six crosses crosslet fitchy arg., charged with an escutcheon or., and thereon a demi-lion pierced through the mouth with an arrow, all within a double tressure flory counter flory gu. (Howard, Earl of Carlisle). II. Gu., three lions pass, guardant or., over all a label of three points arg. (ZZomas, of Brotherton), III. Chequey or. and az. (Warremne, Earl of Surrey). IV, Gu., a lion ramp. or, (Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk). V. Gu., five escallops arg. (Dacre, Lord Dacre). VI. Barry of six arg. and az., three chaplets of roses ppr. (@reystock).

Mrs, Foljambe's paternal shield.

2. Quarterly of VI.-I. Sa., three stags' heads caboshed arg. (Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire). II. Arg., a saltire engr. az., on a chief of the last three roses ppr. (Hardwick). III, Per bend embattled arg. and gu. (Boyle) IV. Checquey or. and az., a fess gu. (Clifford), V. Arg., on a bend sa. three owls of the field (Savile),

VI. Sa., a lion pass guardant or. betw. three esquires' helmets arg. (Compéon).

Mrs Foljambe's maternal coat.

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3. -Howard imp. Sa., a fess betw. three lambs pass. arg. (Lambion). Mrs. Foljambe's Grandfather's coat.

4. Cavendish imp. Arg., on a field vert., on the sinister a copse of oak, and issuant therefrom a wolf pass. towards the dexter ppr. Mrs. Foljambe's Grandmother's coat.

5. Quarterly of IX.-I. Lozengy of twenty-four panes arg. and gu., in chief a mullet sa. (Fitzwilliam, of Aldwarke). II. Gu., six martlets two, two two arg. (Clarrell, of Aldwark). III. Arg., a bend fusilly az, (Reygate, of Sherburn). IV. Az., on a bend or. an annulet gu., a label of three points arg. (Scrope, of . . ?). V. Paly of six arg. and sa. ( . . . ?). VI Arg., crusilly three garbs (Comyn, Earl of Athol). VII. Gu., a saltire arg., a label of three points com- pony az. and of the second (Neville, Marquis of Monte- culte). VIII. Arg., three fusils in fess gu. (Montecute). IX. England, a bordure arg. (Thomas, of Woodstock). Shield to connect the family of Foljambe with Dalton.

6. Quarterly of VIII.-I. Foljambe. II. Arg., two annulets linked together in fess betw,. three crosses formy sa,. (Thormhagh). III. Savile. IV. Az., a fess wavy arg. charged with a cross patty gu. betw. two estoiles or., on a chief wavy of the second, a cormorant sa. beaked and legged of the third, holding in his beak a branch of sea weed vert. (Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool). V, Arg., on a bend az. three oat sheaves or. (Offley).

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VI. Sa., a chev. betw, three mullets arg. (Shuckburgh). VII. Arg., two bars gemelles sa., in chief three pierced

mullets of the last (Medley). VIII. as I., imp. Howard and 5 quarterings.

*DARNALL HOLY TRINITY.

No ArmMoriars.

DiNNINGTON ST. NICHOLAS. AprIL 18th, 1893.

No

*DYERS HILL ST. LUKE

No ArmMoriars.

*EASTOFT ST. BARTHOLEMEW,

No Armoriars.

*EASTWOOD ST. STEPHEN.

No

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15 ECCLESALL ALL SAINTS (18th cent.)

In the east window are three shields- I. Quarterly I. and IV., Quarterly gu. and vert., an eagle displayed in its beak a slip of oak or. (Greaves). II., Arg., a chev. engr. betw. three trefoils slipped sa. (Clay). III. Sa., three bars engr. arg. betw. twelve elm leaves in pile six, three, two, and one or., in middle chief a mullet gu. for difference (Elmsall). In pretence, Quarterly I., Or., a bugle horn sa. betw. three roses gu. seeded ppr. (Bagshewe). II. Gu., a chev. erm. betw. three eagles close or. (Child). III. Gu., two bars arg. (Fozlowe). IV. Az., three mullets arg. in a double tressure flory counter-flory or. (Murray ).

2. Quarterly of VIII. I. Bagshawe quartering Greaves. II. Child. ' III. Foxlowe. IV. Murray. V. Arg., on a fess gu. betw. three ogresses as many bus- tards or. within a bordure engr. az. (Busfard). VI. Gu., a chev. erm. betw. three goats' heads erased arg. (Marwood). VII. Arg., a chev. engr. betw. three trefoils slipped sa. (tClay). VIII. (Eimsali). Crests, I. A dex- ter cubit arm erect the hand ppr. holding a bugle horn sa., stringed vert. (Bagshawe). II. On a mount vert. a stag trippant or. in his mouth a slip of oak of the first (@reaves). Motto, FORMA FLOS, FAMA FLATA.

3. Arg., a lion ramp. sa. Crest, A demi eagle

displayed ppr. issuing out of a crest coronet or. ({OCreswick).

4. Arg., a talbot sejant in a bordure sa. (Furness ?)

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imp. Paly of six arg. and az., on a bend sa. a mullet or. ({Annesley),. 5. On a tablet to William Shore, Esqr., of Tapton, b. Oct. 13, 1752, d. Sep. 1822; Mary, his wife, d. at Tapton Grove, March 30, 1855, aged 95. _ Crest, on a wreath, A stork reguardant holding in his dexter claw a pebble on the sea shore (Shore, Co. Derby). 6. On another tablet to John Firth, of Holt House, d. off Malta April 17, 1869, aged 45; and Eliza, his wife, d. Feb. 8, 1852, aged 31. Buried at Fulwood. Crest, On a mount a demi-lion ramp. debruised. by two axes in saltire ({Firth).

7. On another tablet to William Patten, late of Endcliffe, d. March 5, 1833, aged 74. Crest, on a wreath, A griffin's head erased (Patienr).

8. On another tablet to Emily, wife of the Revd. Humphey Vale, M.A., formerly Incumbent of Eccle- sall, d. at Malvern Jan. 24, 1857, aged 58 ; and Revd. W. H. Vale, M.A., Vicar of Tideswell and Rural Dean, d. at Wormhill Parsonage June 26, 1864, aged 78. Crest, on a wreath, An eagle soaring. Motto, In TE DOMINE SPERAVI (Vale).

9. On another tablet to Rowland Hodgson, Esq., "late of Highfield in this Chapelry," d. Jan. 27, 1837,

aged 63.

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Arms (tinctured), Per chev. embattled or. and az., three martlets counter-changed. Crest, on a wreath, A dove az. winged or. (beaked and membered gu. ?) holding in its mouth an olive branch ppr. (Hodgson).

EDLINGTON ST. PETER. SEPTEMBER Ist, 1891.

On a large mural monument with brass panel, in north aisle, to the Right Hon. Lady Mary, eldest dau. of Henry, Earl of Dover, wife of the Hon. Sir Thomas Wharton, brother of Philip Lord Wharton, of Wharton. Buried June 21, 1672, aged 57. Arms (much worn), A maunch within a bordure charged with eight pairs of lions' jambs saltirewise erased. Supporters, dexter A bear banded and muzzled. Sinister, A bull ducally gorged. Wharton Sa., a maunch arg. in a bordure or. charged with eight pairs of lions' jambs sallirewise erased gu. B.

ELDON ST. JUDE. SEPTEMBER 8th, 1892.

No

FIRBECK ST. PETER. APRIL 19th, 1893.

1. Hatchment of the late Mrs, Myles, of Firbeck

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Hall. In a lozenge shaped shield- Quarterly I. and IV. Az., a chev. erm. betw. three lozenges arg., on each a fleur-de-lis of the field (Miles). II. and III. Per fess az. and gu., a leopard ramp. arg. spotted sa. on a a maunch ofthe fourth (tMore (of Peachey). Imp.Quarterly, I. Quarterly vert. and or., in the first quarter a hawk arg., in the fourth a lure of the last (Jebb). II. Vert., three greyhounds courant arg. (¢De Witt). III. Per chief az. and erm. on a bend gu. a sword arg. hilt and pomel or. (@ladwin). IV. Gu., _- three fivefoils or. betw. two flanches arg., each charged

with a griffin sa. (¢{Du Keyne).

2. On another for Colonel St. Leger- Quarlerly I. and IV. Az., fretty arg. a chief or. (St. Leger). II. and III. Arg., three covered cups betw. two cottises engr. sa. (Butler). Crest, A griffin pass. holding in his dexter paw a crosslet fitchée or. Sup- porters, Two pegasi or., wings elevated and tinctured

az. fretty or. Motto, ET Bon.

3. On another to Henry Gally Knight, Esq., who d. 1846. Quarterly I. and IV. Or., on a chief sa. three griffins segreant of the field (Knight). II.and III. Gu., on a chev. betw. in chief two estoiles and in base a cock arg., a chain sa. ({Gally), imp. Arg., on a chev. az. three quatrefoils or. (Eyre). Crests, I. Out of a Viscoun- tess's coronet ppr. an eagle displayed arg. (Knight). II. Out of a crest coronet or. a cock arg.

Motto, TOUT JOUR PRET.

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4. On a tablet to Henry Gally Knight, Esq., M.P., b. Dec. 2, 1786, d, Feb. 9, 1846 ; and Henrietta, his wife, dau. of A. H. Eyre, Esq., of Grove.

5. On hatchment, arms in a lozenge- Quarterly I. and IV. Knighi. II. and III. Gally, imp. Gu. three lions ramp. or. (. . . ?)

6. Royal Arms George III.

*FISHLAKE ST. CUTHBERT. Royal Arms temp George II.

*FULWOOD CHRIST CHURCH,

No ArmorIaLrs.

*GILCAR ST. SILAS,

No ArmoriaLs.

*GLEADLESS CHRIST CHURCH,

No

*HANDSWORTH WOODHOUSE.

No Armoriars.

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HARTHILL ALL SAINTS, APRIL 18th, 1893.

Hatchments- I. - Quarterly of VIII.-I. Quarterly erm. and az., a cross or. (Osborne, Duke of Leeds). II. Arg., two bars gu. on a canton of the second, a cross of the first (Broughton). III. Arg., a chev. sa. betw. three annulets gu. (Secroft?}). IV. Vert., on a fess cottised fleurie or., | betw. three talbots arg. gorged gu., as many . . ? sa. ( . . ?). V. Gu., a chev. betw. three owls arg. (Hewii). VI. Gu., on a chief erm. two hurts (Walmesley). VII. Gu., a chev. betw. three spur rowels or. (Danvers). VIII. Gu., a saltire arg. charged with a martlet sa. (Nevill, Lord Latimer). - Imp. Quarterly of V.-I. Arg., three battering rams barwise in pale ppr., headed and garnished az. (Bertie, Earl of Lindsey). II. Or., fretty az. (Willoughby d' Eresby). III. Gu., a cross moline arg. (Beke). IV. Sa., a cross engr. or. (Willoughby, of Parham). V. Quarterly gu. and or., a mullet in the first quarter arg. (De Vere, Earl of Oxford). - Ensigned with a ducal coronet. Supporters, dexter, A griffin or. (Osborne); sinister, A forester wreathed about the waist and temples with ivy (Lindsey). Motto, rax In BELLO. The Hatchment of Sir Thomas Osborne, 1st Duke of Leeds, who m. Bridgett, dau. of Montagu Bertie, Earl of

Lindsey, and d. 1712,

2. On another- Osborne imp., Quarterly I. and IV. Or., on a pile

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gu. three lions of England, betw. six fleur-de-lis az. (Augmentation granted by Henry VIII. on his marriage with Jane Seymour). II. and III. Gu., two wings conjoined in lure or. (Seymour, Duke of Somerset). Coronet for the duchess. Motto as 1. For Anne, 2nd wife of Peregrine Hyde, 3rd Duke of Leeds, and dau. of Charles, Duke of Somerset. She d. before 1725.

3. On another- Osborne imp. Or., a bend cottised sa. (Hurley, Earl of Oxford). Supporters, dexter, sinister, an angel or. (Harley). ’ The Haichment of Elizabeth, dau. of Robert, Earl of Oxford, and 1st wife of Peregrine Hyde, 8rd Duke of Leeds.

4. On another. Two shields accolé- I. Osborne, encircled with the ribbon of the garter. II. Osborne imp. Gu., a double headed eagle displayed arg. betw. three fleur-de-lis of the last (Godolphin, Earl Godolphin). Supporters, dexter, A griffin or. ducally gorged az. (Osborne); sinister, An eagle arg. (@odolphin). On the coronet is the Crest of Osborne, An heraldic tiger or., tufted and maned sa. Motto as 1. The Hatchment of Thomas, Ath Duke of Leeds, K.G., who m. Mary, 2nd dau. and eventually sole h. of Francis, Earl of Godolphin, and grand -dau. of Francis, 1st Duke of Mariborough. 5. In the Leeds Chapel are twelve ragged banners, one bearing on a field or. an antelope pass. arg. and

the letters C.C.O.

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6. Another bears Osborne encircled by the ribbon of the garter. There are also three coronets, a helm with the crest a lion sa. There is also a trophy of arms and armour with an escutcheon of Osborne over it. 7. On a mural brass to Bridgett, Duchess Dowager of Leeds, and relict of Peregrine, Duke of Leeds, Marquess ot Carmarthen, Earl of Daney, Viscount

Latimer, Baron Osborne of Kiveton, and Viscount Osborne, of Dunblaine, d. March 9, 1773, aged 73. Arms (tinctured by lines), Or., a chev. betw. three lozenges az. on a chief gu. a saltire engr. enclosed by two birds of the first (Hyde), contained in a lozenge ensigned with the duchess's coronet.

8. There is a companion brass in memory of her busband, who d. June 25, 1729, in his 69th year. This bears the arms, crest, supporters, and motto of

Osborne.

g. Mural tablet north of altar with effigy of Lady Kneeling, for Lady, Margt, Osborne, eldest dau. of Sir Thomas Belassis, of Newborough, Knt. and Bart., by Barbara, his wife, dau. of Sir H. Cholmley, of Whitby, Kant., and late wife of Sir Edward Osborne, Bart., d. Nov, 7, 1624. Arms, Arg., a chev. gu. betw. three fleur-de-lis az. Crest, A buck's head sa. (Belasyse).

ro. On another shield is

Qsborne imp. Belasyse.

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11 On the opposite wall is a tablet with a latin insc. for Edwardus Osborne, Bart., obiit Sep. ix. 1647, aged 51. Arms, Osborne, badge of Ulster, imp. Walmesley. Crest, Osborne.

12. On another tablet near the last- Gu., a chev. arg. betw. three birds ppr. (Hodgson).

13. On another to Anna Maria, wife of the Revd. Jonathan Alderson, M.A., Rector of Harthill, only dau. of the Revd. Rowland Hodgson, B.D., Rector of Raw- marsh, d. Jan. 9, 1848, in her 77th year; the Revd. Jonathan Alderson d. Sep. 9, 1848, in his Soth year ; Charlotte Maria Holy d. April 18, 1837 ; Sarah Parker Aug. 30, 1877; Augusta Mary Alderson d. Nov. 22, 1887. Erected by their surviving sister, Anne Maria Alderson. Arms, A chev. betw. three suns (Aiderson) imp. (Hodgson). Crest, Behind a mount, therefrom a branch of alder, the sun rising.

B. gives Alderson Az., a chev. engr. erm. betw. three suns in splendour ppr. Crest, Behind a mount vert., there- from a branch of alder, the sun rising ppr.

14. In a south window- Quarterly I. and IV. II. Godolphin. III. Sa., a lion ramp. arg. on a canton of the last a cross gu. (Churchill). Crests, I. Osborne. II. On a wreath arg. and gu., a dolphin embowed sa., and above it an escrol charged with the words, FRANGAS NON FLECTESs

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(Godolphin). Supporters, dexter, Osborne; sinister, an heraldic tiger arg., gorged with a ducal coronet az. Motto, PAX IN BELLO.

15. Mural brass in chancel to Francis Godolphin Osborne, Baron Godolphin, of Gog- Magog Hills, Cambs., d. Feb. 26, 1850, aged 73; Elizabeth Char- lotte, his wife, dau. of Wm. Lord Auckland, d. April 28, 1847, aged 67; and Francis Godolphin Osborne, his son, d. Feb. 2, 1802, aged 8 months. Arms as last.

HATFIELD ST. LAWRENCE. AucoustT ist, 1892.

On a tablet north chancel aisle to John Hatfeild and Frances, his wife, dau. of Thomas Westby, of Ravenfield, d. Jan. 1, 1652; John Hatfeild, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, eldest son, d. Dec. 1720, aged 61 ; and Mary, his wife, dau. of Matthew Hallows, of

Rochdale, Esq., d. May 1730. Arms (tinctured), Erm., on a chev. sa. three cing-

foils arg. (Hatjeild), imp. Arg., on a chev. az. three cingfoils or. (Westby), an esquire's helmet is surmoun- ted by broken crest.

2. On another to John Hatfeild, Esq., and Susan- nah, his wife, dau. of George, Lord of Ecclesfield, d. Feb. 10, 1765; John Hatfeild d. Dec. 9, 1791, aged 75 ; Aun, bis wife, d. July 21, 1794, aged 58; William

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Gossip, Esq., d. March 26, 1850, aged 65, whom. Ann, dau. and heiress of John Hatfeild, Esq. Arms (tinctured) Hatfeild.

3. In a small glazed case is a (16th Cent.) boss

from south aisle roof- A maunch (Hastings), imp. A saltire engr. charged

with nine annulets (Leyke).

Hastings Arg., a maunch sa. B. Lecke Arg. on a saltire engr. sa. nine annulets or. B.

4. On a tablet south chancel aisle to Edward Wharton, Esq., grandson to John Wharton, Esq., d. Jan. 22, 1727; Granada, wife to John Wharton, d. June 16, 1754; Anthony Wharton, Esq., d. Feb. 15, 1773, aged 45. Arms (tinctured), Sa-, a maunch arg. in a bordure or. charged with eleven ? pairs of lions' jambs erased

in saltire of the field (Wharton).

5. On another to Redman Pilkington, Esq., of Kensington Gore, Co. Middlesex, d. May 22, 1844, aged 54 ,; and Sarah, his wife,. dau. of John Andrews, Esq., d. Feb. 21, 1839, aged 85. Arms (tinctured), Arg., a cross patonce gu. voided

of the field (Pilkington), imp. Arg., guttée du poix three leopards pass. or. (Andrews). Crest, A mower with

his scythe vested quarterly arg. and gu.

6. On another to Judith, relict of John Jackson, of Cottingley Hall, dau. and heiress of Payler Wolf, of

Bugthorpe, Esq., d. Dec. 22, 1798, aged 63; also

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Payler Jackson, son of the above, by Martha, his wife, dau. of the late George Healey, of Buringham ; Major George Jackson, d. Feb. 20, 1740, aged 53; also Payler Jackson, d. April 18, 1774, aged 84; and Martha, his wife, d. Oct. 22, 1779, aged 82.

Arms, Arg., on a chev. sa., betw. three ducks' heads erased ppr., as many mullets or. (Jackson), In pretence, Arg., a wolf salient sa. (Wolf), imp. Arg., a pale lozengy erm. charged with a leopard's face or. (Healey).

7. On another to the Revd. William Drake, M.A., Sarah, his wife, and family.

Arms (untinctured), A wyvern wings elevated, tail nowed. Crest, a two-headed eagle wings displayed

(Drake).

Drake Arg., a wyvern wings displayed and tail nowed. Crest, an eagle displayed gu. B.

8. On another in south transept to Revd. Jeremiah Hall, M.A., d. 1722, aged 26. Latin insc.

Arms, A chev. sa. betw. three hounds' heads erased langued gu. (Hall).

On another to William Oughtibridge and Sarah, his wife, who d. July 30, 1728, aged 36 ; he d. Dec. 26, 1756, aged 54 ; and four children.

Arms (tinctured), Or., on a fess az. three lozenges

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Esquire's helmet.

Ito. On another to Peter De La Pryme, Gent., d. Nov. 25, 1724, aged 52; and Frances, his wife, and four children.

Arms (tinctured), De La Pryme. 11, On another to Mathew Pryme, of ye Levels, Gent., son of Charles De La Pryme, Etc., and Sarah,

his wife ; she d. 1729, aged 82. Arms as 10.

12. On an altar tomb, uninscribed- On a chief indented three lions ramp. (Wormley ?). *13. On a tablet to Thomas Johnson, of Brumly,

Gent., d. June 29, 1751, aged 63; and Mary, his wife, d. June 14, 1763, aged 82.

Arms, Quarterly of two, per fess. I. Az., three fishes haurient, heads in base arg. (Johnson). II. Arg., a talbot salient or. ( . . ?), imp. (De La Pryme).

14. On exterior of tower eight shields.

Barry of eight a lion ramp, (Fairfaz). 15. Hastings.

* These have been coarsely repainted, and hence the colours are quite incorrect.

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SEPTEMBER 1oth, 1892.

On a tablet in south transept-Insc. Sacred to the memory of | Peter Brownell, Esqre. | of Newfleld, in this Parish | who departed this life Feby. 16, 1838, in the 86th year of his age. | Also of | Marianne Brownell | wife of the above | who died August 18th, 1846 | aged 71. | They were interred at Norton | in the County of Derbyshire | . Arms, Erm., on a chev.threeroundles. On a helmet, over the arms, is part of a crest. Motto, RIEN Sans pEINE (Brownelit).

*HOLLISCROFT ST. LUKE.

No Armoriaurs.

HOOTON ROBERTS.

1. On a modern brass on north wall of chancel-

In memory of Charles John Delabere | Marsden, M.A., for 13 years | Rector of this Parish | Born October 30th, 1809 | Died May 28th, 1873. |

Arms, A fess dancetty erm. betw. three fleur-de-

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lis. Crest, A dexter arm erect, the hand grasp- ing a fleur-de-lis. Motto, BENE STANTE ANCORA. Marsden, Co. Salop, Sa., a fess danceity eam. betw. three fleur-de-lis arg. B.

2. On a tablet adjoining, to Charles Newby and his wife, dau. of Leonard Rob‘inson, Arm., d. Nov. 21, 1701. See H.D.D.

Arms, A chev. betw. three crosses patty (Newby), imp. A chev. betw. three stags at gaze (Robinson). Ensigned by an esquire's helmet.

Newby, of Hooton, Arg., a chev. betw. three crosses patty gu. B. Robinson, Vert, a chev. betw. three bucks

trippant or. B.

3. Tablet in south aisle to Elizabeth, wife of Henry Wm. Pickard, Esq., d. July 4, 1854, aged 46 ; William, their 2nd son, Lieut. H.M. 4th Regt. Bengal Native Infantry, d. at Banda, Central India, Oct. 7, 1867, aged 31; also Henry Pickard, Esq., d. at Southampton, Sep. 3, 1873, aged 78.

Crest on a wreath, A lion sejant, his dexter paw resting on a shield charged with a fleur-de-lis in a bordure (Pickard, of Bootham). - Pickard, Crest, A lion scant arg., resting the dexter paw on a shield gu. within a bordure or. charged with a fleur- de-lis of the last. B.

4. . On a silver dinner plate formerly the property of Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafforth,

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Crest, A griffin pass. Wentworth, A griffin pass. arg.

KILNHURST.

No Armoriars.

KIRK SANDAL ST. OSWALD.

Auoust 1st, 1892.

1. On a large mural monument in chantry to Thomas Rokeby, Knt., d. Nov. 26, 1699, aged 68. Arms (tinctured but almost defaced), Quarterly of VI.-I. A chev. betw. three birds (Rokeby). II. Quar- terly gu. and erm. in the 1st and 4th quarters a goat's head erased or. (Morton) III. Rokeby, of Rokeby. IV. Three chevs. interlaced in base and in chief three mullets (Danly). V. Az., a mauuch or. (Conyers). VI. A chev. betw. three birds (Rokeby). On a full-faced

helmet crest, A bird sa.

2. On a tablet to William Rokeby Armiger, d. " tertio Id. Feb." 1662, aged 50. Arms and crest of Rokeby.

3. On a tablet in north aisle to Thomas Brown, d. June 29th, 1840, aged 82; and Mary, his wife, d. Nov. 30th, 1831, aged 78. Arms (tinctured by lines) Quarterly of II. per fess.

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I. Gu., a double-headed eagle displayed (Brown). II. Gu., a chev. betw. three lions' jambs erect and erased arg. (Brown) imp. Gu., a fess betw. three mullets arg.

*LANGSETT ROAD ST. BARTHOLEMEW,

No Armoriars.

LAUGHTON-EN-LE-MORTHEN ALL SAINTS AprIL 18th, 1893.

I. Tablet on north chancel wall to John Hatfeild, Esq., d. Jan. 11, 1791, aged 42. Crest on a wreath, Arg. and sa., a cubit arm vested sa., gloved arg., holding in the hand a cingfoil slipped or. (Haifeild). 2. On a mural brass to Robert, eldest son of Jane Mirfin, of Slade Hooton, Gent., by Mary, eldest dau. of Edward Box, of Balls, Gent., d. July 11, 19713, aged 19. . + Two dogs pass. (Mirfint). 3. On a tablet in north aisle to Mary, wife of Edward Beckwith, Esq., dau. of Sir Edward Chaloner, d, Dec. 4, 1702, on the birth of her 16th child. Arms, A chev. betw. three hinds' heads erased (Beckwith), imp. A chev. betw, three cherubims' heads (Chaloner).

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B. gives Beckwith, Arg., a chev. betw. three hinds heads erased gu., and Chaloner, of Guisborough, Sa., a chev. betw. three cherubims heads or.

LETWELL. AprRrIL 18th, 1893.

No Armoriars.

MALTBY ST. BARTHOLEMEW. ApRIL 18th, 1893.

1. Tablet in tower to Jane, wife of George Nicholls, Esq. who d. April 19, 1777. Arms, Arg., a chev. sa. betw. three pheons, points to base gu. (NWicholls). In pretence, Per pale three lions ramp., a chief checquey arg. and az.? Crest on a wreath, Arg. and gu., a lion's head erased or., gorged

of the second.

2. On another to . . ? wife of . , ? Nicholls, Esq., and dau. of Robert Lucas, of Blenderston Hall,

d. Oct. 12, 1779, aged 17. Arms and crest, Nicholls.

3. On another to Freeman Bower, Esq., of Bawtry, d. at Burton, July 29, 1786, aged 54 ; by his and wife Mary, eldest dau. of the late Nathaniel Pearson, of

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Tyers Hall, Darfield, Gent., he had 7 children. She d. Feb. 7, 1794, aged 46. Arms, A human leg couped at the thigh, trans- pierced above the knee by a broken spear in bend, on a canton a castle. Crest, A human leg as in thearms _ (Bower). B. gives Sa., a human leg couped at the thigh, trans- pierced above the knee by a broken spear in bend ppr., on a canton arg. a tower gu., for Bower.

4. On another for Margarett, wife of Freeman Bower, Esq., d. Dec. 20, 1760. Arms, Bower, imp. Three crosses-crosslet betw. as many stirrups ( . . . ?).

5. On an altar tomb in churchyard to Jane, wife of George Nicholls, Esq., and Elizabeth, their dau., d. March 25, 1778. Arms and crest of Nicholls, handsomely mantled.

*MASBOROUGH ST. JOHN.

No Armoriars.

MEXBOROUGH ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST.

In the window of the Rectory are two (14th cen- tury) shields, formerly in the chancel-

1. Arg., a lion ramp. sa. within a bordure gu.,

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charged with eleven trefoils slipped of the field. The field of the above is beautifully diapered.

2. Or., a cross arg. encircled with a wreath of

thorns vert.,in chief two scourges and in base a mullet of the second (Shield of Salvation).

3. A small bronze shield is also preserved in the Vicarage. It was found in a grave about 1875. The surface is enamelled and gilt, perhaps part of the so- called "horse trappings "- Or., on a cross gu. five lioncels ramp.? (De Wyke- ford ?). 4. On a tablet with a latin insc. to S., relict of Samuel Savile, of Mexbrough, d. Dec. 13, 1685, aged 54. Arms, On a bend three owls, a crescent for differ- ence (Savile). Savile, of Mexbrough, Arg., on a bend sa. three owls of the field. F.

5. On another tablet to Margaret, 2nd wife of William Savile, of Mexbrough, Esq., d. March 19, 1695. Arms, Savile, A crescent for difference, imp. Paly of six, on a bend three annulets (Sunderson). Pauly of siz arg. and az., over all on a bend sa. three

annulets or. P. . 6. On another tablet with latin insc. to Samuel Savile, of Mexborough, Gent., d. Jan. 30, 1723, aged 59. Arms of Savile.

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No

*NEEPSEND ST. MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS. SEPTEMBER 8th, 1892.

No

*NETHERTHORPE ST. ANNE.

No

*NETHERTHORPE ST. STEPHEN.

No ArRMORIALS.

*OWLERTON ST. JOHN BAPTIST.

No Armoriars.

*PITSMOOR CHRIST CHURCH.

No Armoriars.

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No Armoriars.

RAVENFIELD ST. JAMES. May 17th, 1892.

Hatchments-

1. (In alozenge) Gu., a chev. betw, three escallops arg. (Parkin).

2. - Quarterly I. and IV. Arg., five fusils conjoined in fess gu., in chief three bears' heads couped sa. (Bosvile). II. and III. Quarterly 1 and 4 Besvile ; 2 and 3 Az., three cups or., in each a boar's head couped and erect arg. (Bolles). Crest, An ox issuant from a holt of trees. Motto, INTENTO IN DEUM ANIMO,. - Mantled Arg. and gu. Hatchment for William Parkin Bosvile, d. 1811.

3. As 2.

4. As 2, but in a lozenge. Hatchment for Bridget, dau. and co-heiress of Thomas Bosvile, and wife of Thomas Bosvele, d. 1798.

5. - Quarterly I. and IV. Arg., a lion pass. guardant sa. (Humphrys ?). II.and III. Parkin, imp. Quarterly per fess indented or. and arg. (Laughton). Crest on a wreath, Arg. and sa., a demi-lion ramp. of the last. Motto, MORS JANUA VITE. Esquire's helmet and

mantling.

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6. As 5, but in a lozenge. 7. Royal Arms, lettered G. III. R. 1797.

8. On a tablet in nave to Thomas Bosvile, of Ulvescroft Priory, co. Leicester, of Braithwell, d. July 30, 1771, aged 59 ; also Bridget, his relict, " et itidem patruelis olim de Thorps Hall, prope South, co. Lincoln," d. Oct. 31, 1793, aged 78. Crest of Bosvile, having in the sinister base a small shield of arms.

9. On a tablet to George Westby, "in Academia Cantabrigensis nutriti et legibus Anglicanis Educati,"

d. 3rd Feb., 1685, aged 53. See H.D.D., vol. 1,

p. 398. Arms, On a chev. three five-foils (Westby),

imp. ( . . .)

ROTHERHAM PARISH CHURCH.

1. On a mural brass in chancel to Henry Howard, Earl of Effingham, d. Feb. 5th, 1889, aged 82. Erected by his Countess.

Arms (tinctured in enamel!) Quarterly I. Gu., on a bend betw. six crosses-crosslet fitchy arg. an escut- cheon or. charged with a demi-lion ramp. pierced through the mouth with an arrow, within a double tressure flory, counter-flory of the first (Howard). II. Gu., three lions pass. guardant or., a label arg. (Brotherton). 111. Checquey or. and az. (De Warrenne)

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IV. Gu., a lion ramp. arg. (Mowbray). Crest, On a chapeau gu. turned up erin. a lion statant guardant, his tail extended or., gorged with a crest coronet arg. Supporters, Two lions arg. on the shoulder of leach a

mullet for difference.

2. On a tablet to Richard Howard, Earl of Effingham, d. Dec. 10th, 1816, aged 69. Arms (untinctured) as No. 1. In pretence, A cross betw. four lions' heads erased (March). March, Sa., a cross betw, four lions heads erased or. B.

3. On a small mural brass on opposite wall to Louisa Blanche, wife of Cecil George Foljambe, Esq., of Cockglode, eldest dau, of Frederick John and Lady Fanny Howard. She d. Oct. 7, 1871, aged 29. Six shields (tinctured by lines). Quarterly of VI. I. Howard, Earl of Carlisle: II. Brotherton. III. De Warrenne, IV. Mowbray. three escallops arg. Dacre. VI. Barry of six arg. and az.. three chaplets of

roses ppr. (G@reystock).

4. Quarterly of VIII.-I. Sa., a bend betw. six escallops or. (Fuoljambe). II. Arg., two annulets linked together gu. betw. three crosses formy sa. (Thornhagh). III. Arg., on a bend three owls ppr. (Savile). IV. Az., a fess wavy arg. charged with a cross pattée gu. betw. two estoiles or., on a chief wavy of the second a cor- morant sa. beaked and legged of the third, holding in his beak a branch of seed weed vert. (Jenkinson, Earl of Liverpool). V. Arg., on a bend az. three oat sheaves

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or. (Oitley). VI. Sa., a chev. betw. three mullets arg. (Shuckburgh). VII. Az., a griffin arg. and a chief or, (Evelyn). VIII. Arg., two bars gemelles sa. in chief three pierced mullets of the last (Medley).

5. Quarterly of VI.-I. Sa., three stags' heads caboshed arg. (Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire). II. Arg., a saltire engr az. on a chief of the last three roses ppr. (Hardwick). III. Per bend embattled arg. and gu. (Boyle). IV. Checquey or. and az., a fess gu.

(Clifford). V. Savile. VI. Sa., a lion pass. guardant or, betw, three esquires' helmets arg. (Compfon).

6. Howard imp. Sa., a fess betw. three lambs pass. arg. (Lambton).

7. Cavendish imp. Arg., a field vert., on the sinister a copse of oak, and issuant therefrom a wolf pass. toward the dexter ppr. (O'Callaghan).

8, Quarterly of IX. I. Howard. II. Mowbray. III. Sa., a lion ramp. crowned or. (Segrave). IV.

Brotherton. V. Az., a cross patonce betw. five martlets or. (St. Edward the Confessor). VI. Mowbray. VII. Ds Warrenne - VIII. Dacre. IX, @reystock.

9. On a mural shield shaped (palimpsest) brass near south pier of chancel arch-obverse to " Rodok phus Bullock, Arm., obiit g die Martii Ao. Duni.

1637." Erm., on a chief a label of five points (Bullock).

Bullock, Erm. on chief gu. a label of five points or. BR.

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This brass is a palimpsest, and has on its reverse the following shield of Melton, viz: Quarterly I. Gu., a cross patonce arg. (Melton) II. Az. (gu.) three fishes haurient in fess arg. (Lucie). III. Quarterly 1 and 4, blank. It should be three garlands (Lascelles). 2 and 3, Arg., on a fleur-de-lis betw. two bars (Hilton). IV. Quarterly 1 and 4, Arg., two bears pass. sa. ( . . . ) 2 and 3, Or., an helmet sa. (Belvale). See also under Brayton, Part II., p. 4 and 5, and Aston, in present part.

10. On a brass, chancel floor, to "Carolus Laughton, Sen., d. April 26, 1638; and Rosamund, his wife, d. Oct. 1, 1663 ; and Charles Laughton, Jun., d. Sep. 12, 1686, aged 65. Arms (tinctured by lines), Quarterly per fess in- dented (or.) and (gu.), in first quarter a crescent for difference (Laughton), imp. Arg. on a chev. az. three cingfoils pierced of the field (Westby). Crests, I. A cockatrice pass. (Laughton). II. A hand holding a rose slipped ppr. (Westby). 11. On another brass to Thomas Westby, of Haworth, Esqr., d. July 24, 1758, aged 59. Arms, Westby, A crescent for difference, imp. A chev. betw. three unicorns' heads erased (Beckwith, of Thurcroft). Crest on a wreath, A martlet holding in its beak three wheat ears slipped (Westby). Beckwith, Arg., a chev. betw. three hinds' heads erased gu. B. Westby, Crest, on a wreath, Arg. and gu., a martlet sa., holding in its beak three ears of wheat slipped or. F.

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12. On another to George Westby, of Haworth, d. June 3, 1790, aged 50; and Catharine, his wife, dau. of John Hirst, d. Nov. 13, 1820, aged 68. Arms, Westby, imp. The sun in its glory (Hirst). Crest, as No. 11. Hirst, of Rotherham, Arg., the sun in splendour gu. B.

13. On another brass to John Laughton, of Ha- worth, Gent., d. Sept. 3, 1687, in his 35th year ; John, their only child, d. June 20, 1687, aged 2. Arms as in No. 10. No crests.

14. On a fine wall tomb in north transept (see figure) to Robert Swyfte, Esq., d. Aug. 7, 1561, aged 84 ; and Anne, his wife, d. June, 1539, aged 67. Two shields. A chev. barry nebuly (vair) betw. three roebucks courant (Swyffte). Swifte, of Rotherham, Or., a chev. vair betw. three bucks in full course ppr. B. (See Sheffield St. Mary.

15. On old oak bench ends in south aisle-- On a bend betw. six unicorns' heads couped, a star of eight points (Wombwell), imp. A chev. betw. three leopards' faces (W entwm'th).

Wombwell, Gu., a bend betw. siz unicorns' heads couped

arg. B. Wentworth, Sa., a chev. betw. three lions' faces or. B.

16. Wombwell. 17. - Wombwell. 18. A talbot pass. to the sinister (Hulme ?).

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20. On a mural monument, south transept, to Mrs. Catharine Buck, widow of William Buck, Esq.,

d. May 9, 1778, aged 70. He d. at Bath, Nov. 11, 1752, aged 44. Arms (tinctured), Lozengy bendy or. and az., a canton erm. (Buck).

21. On a tablet to Samuel Buck.

SsHARROW ST. ANDREW.

No

SHEFFIELD ST. PETER.

1. In east window of chancel (modern)- Az., on a bend engr. betw. two boars' heads erased arg., three lozenges of the field. Crest, A boar sa., charged with a pale or. and resting its dexter foot on a spur fesswise of the second. Motto, cor FORTE syVM CALCAR EST (tMappin).

On monuments in the Shrewsbury Chapel- 2. On the monument of George, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury. See figure, H.H. Quarterly of XII.-I. Gu., a lion ramp. in a bordure engr. or. (Talbot). II. Bendy of ten arg. and gu. (Talbot). III. Gu., three garbs in a double tressure flory counter-

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flory or. (Comyn). IV. Barry of ten arg. and az., an orle of martlets gu. (Valence). V. Or., three inescut- cheons barry wavy of six vaire and gu. (Monichensy). VI. Az., a lion ramp. in a bordure or. (Monigomery). VII. Arg., two lions pass. in pale gu. (Strange). VIII. Gu., a saltire arg. charged with a martlet of the field (Nevil). IX. Arg., a bend betw. six martlets gu. (Furnival) X. Arg., a lion ramp. per fess gu. and sa. (Lovetot). XI. Or., a fret gu. (Verdon). XII. Or., a fess gu. (Lacy). The whole surrounded by ribbon of the garter, and surmounted by the crest, On a chapeau gu. turned up erm. a lion statant, tail extended or. Supporters, Two talbots arg. Motto, PprEsT D' ACCOMPLIR. -

Around the insc. are shields alternating with trophies of arms-

3. At the corners, Talbot, ancient.

4. Talbot, imp. blank.

5, Talbot, imp. Or., a chief indented sa. (Butler).

6. On the ends of the altar tomb (untinctured)--

Quarterly of VI.-I. Montgomery. II. Talbot. III. Nevil. IV. Furnival. V. Verdun. VI. Strange. Imp. A maunch (Hastings).

Hastings, Arg., a maunch sa. B.

7. On a monument in middle of chapel, unin- scribed-

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Arms (untinctured, carved) on the west end- Quarterly of XVI.-I. and XVI. Talbot. II. Mont- gomery. III. Old Tuibot IV. Comyn. V. Valence. VI. Monichensy. VII. A bend lozengy (Marshall). VIII. On a chief three crosses patty fitchy (Strongbow). IX. Three garbs (MacMorough). X. Strange. XI. Nevil. XII. Furnival. XIII. Verdon. XIV. A lion ramp.

(Lacy ?). XV. Lovetot surrounded by ribbon of the garter and mutilated crest. Motto as in No. 2.

8. On the east end - Quarterly I. Tulbot. II. Furnival. III. Verdon. IV. Strange, imp. Two bars,

a chief quarterly 1 and 4 two fleur-de-lis, 2 and 3, a lion pass. (Munners). g. On north side-As dexter of last, a label for

difference, imp. Per pale three lions ramp. in a bor- dure compony (Herbert).

10. As dexter of last but a mullet for difference,

imp. Quarterly I. and IV. A fess betw. three crescents (Ogle). 11. and III. An orle (Bertram).

11. On south side-As dexter of last but a cres- cent for difference, imp. Three bucks' heads caboshed a crescent for difference. (Cuvendish).

12. As dexter of last, but a martlet for difference, imp. Blank.

13. Betw. 9 and 12 is a smaller shield (Cavendish), imp. Talbot.

._ Marshall, Gu., a bend lozengy or. B. - Strongbow, Earl of Pembroke, Arg., on a chief az. three crosses formy

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fAichy of the field. B. Macmoragh, Sa., three garbs arg. B. Manners, Or., two bars az., a chief quarterly az. and gu., on the 1st and kth two fleur-de-lis or., on the 2nd and 3rd a lion of England. B. Herbert, Per pale az. and gu., three lions ramp. arg. in a bordure gobony or. and of the second. Ogle, Arg., a fess betw. three crescents gu. B. Bertram, Az.,

an orle arg. B. Cavendish, Sa., three bucks' heads caboshed arg. B.

The arms are those of the 6th Earl of Shrewsbury and his wife Gertrude, dau. of Thos., Earl of Rutland, Francis, Lord Talbot, son of the 6th Earl, and his wife Ann, dau. of William, Earl of Pembroke. Edmund, son of the 6th and afterwards 8th Earl of Shrewsbury and his wife Joan, dau. of Cuthbert Baron Ogle. Gilbert, son of the 6th Earl and afterwards 7th Earl of Shrewsbury and his wife Mary, dau. of Sir Wm. Cavendish. Henry, 4th son of George, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, and Grace, dau, of the 6th Earl, and her husband Henry Cavendish, Esq.

14. - On an altar tomb, with effigies of George, 4th Earl of Shrewsbury, founder of the chapel, and his wives, 1 Ann, dau. of William, Lord Hastings, and 2 Elizabeth, dau. and co-heiress of Sir Richard Walden, of Erith, Kent. The whole surmounted by an elegant canopy.

Six shields and heraldic dresses-

On the four corners of the canopy are four shields, all similar-

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15. Quarterly of VI.-I. Monigomery. II. Tuilbot. III. Nevil? IV. Furnival. V. Verdon. VIL. Strange, surrounded by ribbon of the garter, ensigned by an earl's coronet. Supporters, Two talbot dogs.

On the sides of the altar tomb are two brass shields, the remainder being lost-

16. As 15, without coronet and supporters. 17. - As 16, imp Hastings.

18. On a mural monument to Thomas Turner, Town Collector, d. March 19, 1822, aged 67.

Arms, On a cross five fer-du-moulins (Zarzer), imp. A chev. betw. three escallops ( . . ?). Crest, A lion pass. supporting with his dexter foot a millrind.

Turner, Yorks., Sa., on a cross arg. five fer-de-moline pierced of the field. 13.

19. In a modern window, south choir aisle- Arg., two bars gemelles betw. in chief a mullet, and in base a Brown's conical spring, all sa. Crest, A

lion sejant ppr., supporting with his dexter paw an escutcheon arg., charged with a bee volant also ppr. Motto, NEC sorTE NEC FORTE (Brownt).

20. On a brass in south choir aisle to Martha, dau. of Stephen Bright, of Carbrooke, Gent., and wife of William Lister, of Thornton, Co. York, Esq., buried Sept. 9, 1663, aged 23. Arms, Erm., on a fess betw. three mullets (Lister), imp. Per pale a bend betw. two mullets Crest,

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on an esquire's helmet and wreath, A stag's head erased. Lister, Erm., on a fess sa. three mullets or. B. Bright, Per pale gu. and az., a bend betw. two mullets in pale arg. B.

21. On a brass shield near north-west pillar of

tower- A lion ramp., imp. On a chief three foxes' heads

erased (Colfox ?). The date is late 15th Century.

22. In the "Vicar's Window," north transept (four shields)- Gu., two keys in saltire or. (See of York), imp. Az., six annulets, three, two, one, or. (Musgrave). En- signed with a mitre.

23. Arg., on a bend engr. sa., three fleur-de-lis of the field of Barrow), imp. Or., a chev. betw. three crescents sa., on a canton of the last a dove arg. (Walker). Crest, A pheon sa. Motto, DUCENTE DEO.

24. Az., eight arrows in saltire banded together, betw. two pheons, all arg. (Town of Sheffield).

25. Gu., three pair of swords in saltire ppr. hilted or. (Cutler's Company).

26. On a monument in Bishop Hill's Memorial Chapel, north choir aisle, to William Jessop, of Brome- hall, Esq., and the Honble. Mary Jessop, his wife,

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dau. of James Lord Darcy, of Navan. He was Treasurer and Commissioner of the Alienation Office, Judge of Chester, 9 times M.P. for Aldborough, Co. York ; he had one son, who succeeded him, and four daus., Barbara m. Andrew Wilkinson, Esq., of Boroughbridge ; Isabel m. John Gell, Esq., of Hopton, Co. Derby ; Bethea and Mary. Hed. Nov. 13, 1734, aged 72; his wife d. June 17, 1737, aged 66. Arms, Quarterly I. and IV. Barry of six arg. and az., on each piece of the first three mullets gu. (Jessop). II. and III. Or., a chev. barry nebuly arg. and az., betw. three roebucks courant ppr. (Swyf¢). In pretence, Az., semy of cross-crosslets three cingfoils arg, (Darcy), imp. Darcy. Crest on a wreath, A turtle

dove standing on an olive branch reflexed above its head, all ppr.

Over the nave arcade, on the north side, shields of the Lords of the Manor-

27. De Lovetot. 28. De Furnival. 29. Talbot.

30. Gu., on a bend betw. six crosses-crosslet arg., an inescutcheon or. charged with a demi-lion ramp., pierced through the mouth with an arrow, within a double tressure flory counter-flory gu. (HZowaerd). On the south side, shields of the Patrons of the Living- '

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32. Jessop.

33. Per bend or. and az. (vert ?), three mullets of six points counter-changed (Gil, of Norton).

34. Paly of four gu. and vert., on a chev. or. a greyhound's head erased sa. betw. two cingfoils az., on a chief of the third an ogress, and thereon a demi- lion ramp. arg. betw. two crescents, each charged with three plates (Zawson, of Moreby).

35. On a tablet in south aisle to Surgeon John Wilson, M.D., F.R.C.S., d. June 7, 1881, at Cape Coast Castle, aged 33.

Arms, A lion ramp. surmounting a fess wavy, in chief three mullets. Crest, A demi-lion ramp.

Arms on bowl of the font (modern)-

36. fesswise, on a chief éight arrows in saltire contained by a ribbon (BorsugA of Sheffield).

37. The Badge of the Prince of Wales, viz., Three feathers enfiled by a crest coronet.

38. See of York. 39. Howard, Duke of Norfolk.

40. A chev. erm. betw. three leopards' faces (Blakeney).

41. - Town of Sheffield.

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43. Cutler's Company, On a fess, eight arrows in saltire, banded together betw. two garbs, all within three pairs of swords disposed in saltires.

Borough of Sheffield, Per fess az. and vert., in chief eight arrows in saltire banded arg., encircled by a ribbon gu. betw. two pheons or., and in base three garbs in fess of the third. Granted July 26, 1875.

Blakney, Sa., a chev. erm. betw. three leopards heads or. B.

Cutler's Company, of Sheffield, Arg., on a fess indented vert., betw. three pair of swords in saltire ppr. hilted sa., eight arrows in saltire, banded arg. betw. two garbs or.

Granted 1875.

SHEFFIELD ST. BARNABAS.

SEPTEMBER 8th, 1892.

No Armoriars.

SHEFFIELD ST. GEORGE.

SEPTEMBER 8th, 1892.

On a tablet to Mary Elizabeth, wife of Benjamin Burdekin, Esqre., d. April 30, 1853, aged 37; and

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Maria, his 2nd wife, d; Jan. 30, 1869, aged 59, Benjamin, d. Jan. 22, 1871, aged 76. Arms? A bend sinister.

SHEFFIELD ST. JAMES, SEPTEMBER 8th, 1892.

No Armoriars.

SHEFFIELD ST. MARY,

SErprEMBER 8th, 1892«

In centre of roof over altar are the Royal Arms temp George 3rd.

SHEFFIELD ST. MATHIAS, 8th, 1892,

No Armoriics.

SHEFFIELD ST. PAUL, SEPTEMBER 8th, 1892.

:. On a mural brass to Elizabeth, sole dau. of

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Peter and Jane Foster, of Cranagh, Co. Chester, m. Feb. 24, 1740, to Joshua Wright, Surgeon 3rd Regt. Dragoon Guards, d. Oct. 24, 1767, aged 41.

Arms (tinctured by lines), Quarterly per fess in- dented arg. and sa., in first and fourth a bugle horn, garnished and stringed (Foster).

2. On another to Jervas Wright, M.D., of Cranage, son of Thomas and Dorothy Wright, late of the Nunnery, near Sheffield, d. Feb. 9, 1746, aged 76.

Arms (tinctured by lines), Az., two bars arg. in chief three leopards' faces or. (Wright), imp. Foster. Crest, A dragon's head vert. See H.H., p. 274.

SHEFFIELD ST. PHILIP,

SeErrEmBER 8th, 1892,

No Armor1ars.

SHEFFIELD ST. SIMON, SEPTEMBER 8th, 1892,

No

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No Armoriars.

STAINFORTH ST. MATHEW. Aucust 2nd, 1892.

No ArmMoriaLs.

STAINTON ST. PETER. AprIL 18th, 1893.

1. In east chancel window, erected in memory of Mary Toone, who d. March 17, 1833, aged 53 ; Thomas Toone, d. Dec. 18, 1857, aged 80; and William Wasteneys Toone, d. Jan. 25, 1860, aged 52. Crest on a wreath, Arg. and gu., a bear's head erased sa. holding in its mouth a dexter glove, silver.

2. In the south chancel window to William Wasteneys, Esq., of Lambcote Grange, d. June 15th, 1818, aged 64 ; and Mary Mirfin, his wife, d. Feb. 8th, 1822 (and buried in the chancel at Edlington) aged 67. Harrietta, their dau. d. July 26th, 1807, aged 22. The window was erected by William Wasteneys, Esq., in 1856.

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Arms, Sa., a lion ramp. arg. gorged of the field (W asteneys).

3. Tablet in chancel to William Wasteneys, Gent,, of Conisboro, born Oct. 16th, 1854, aged 72; and Sarah Duckle, his wife, d. July 14th, 1870, aged 80.

Arms, Wuasterneys. Crest, A lion's head erased or. gorged gu.

4. Tablet in nave to George Pearson, Esq., of Doncaster, Wine Merchant, and twice Mayor of that borough. He was youngest son of Rev. Nathaniel Pearson, 46 years Vicar of Stainton. He d. Dec. 25th, 1798, aged 70. Arms, Arg., on a pale . . cottised wavy gu. three suos in splendour. Crest, on a wreath of the colours, The sun in splendour (Pearson).

5. On another mural monument to Robert Pash- ley, of Stainton, Gent., d, Aug. 11th, 1771, aged 87. George, d. Nov. 20th, 1791, aged 69; Rev. William Pashley, Rector of Balborough, co. Derby, and Grove, co. Notts; Mary, dau. of George Pashley, and Mary, bis wife, d. Nov. 2nd, 1799, aged 22; Catherine, her sister, d. Oct. 27th, 1818, aged 39; Mary, relict of George Pashley, d. May 25th, 1822, aged 78. Arms, Arg., a chev. betw. three spur-rowels sa.

(Pashley).

6. On another to Sarah Broughton, d. Feb. 18, 1794, aged 25. She was dau. of John Broughton, of

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Balby, Gent., and Mary, his wife. Quarterly I. Arg., two bars gu. on a canton of th e second a cross of the first (Broughton). II. Or., on a fess sa. three feathers of the field ( . . ?). III, Arg., a stag's head couped gu. a chief sa. ( . . ?). Crest, A lion's head erased sa. langued gu.

7. On nave wall) tablet to William Walker, of Wilsick, Barrister-at-Law, 3rd son of William Walk- ing, of Killingbeck, who d. July 10, 1830, aged 57 ; and Margaret, his wife, d. April 13, 1862, aged 85. Arms (tinctured by lines), Az., a chev. engr, erm. betw. three round buckles, each charged with a trefoil slipped (Walker). 8. On a ledger to Bridget, relict of Thomas Bosvile, late of Ulverscroft Abbey, d. Oct. 31, 1793, aged 78. Arms (tinctured by lines), Arg., five fusils con-

joined in fess gu., in chief three bears' heads erased sa. (Bosvile).

*SYKEHOUSES HOLY TRINITY.

No ArmorIALs.

*THORNE ST. NICHOLAS.

No ArMoRrIALS.

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No ArmoriaLs.

THORPE SALVIN S. PETER. AprIL 18th, 1893.

1. - Mural monument north side of sanctuary, with effigies of male and female kneeling at a foadstool, to the memory of Sir Roger Portington, of Barnby-upon Don, and Mary, his wife, dau. of Heassie Sandford, Esqr., 1605. Shield on pediment- Quarterly I. Gu., on a bend arg. three cornish choughs ppr. (Porlingtor). II. Arg., a chev. betw.

three spur rowels sa. ( . . ?). III. Arg., a lion ramp. sa. langued gu. ( . . ?). IV. Sa., a saltire engr. arg. ( . . ?). Mantelled arg. and gu. The crest lost. _ __

2. Another mural monument on the opposite wall has effigies of a male and female kneeling with three daus., for Heassie Sandford, of Thorpe Salvin, Esq., and Margaret, his wife, eldest dau. of Philip Copley, of Sprotboro, Esq., by whom he had issue Brian, Mary, Ellen, and Elizabeth; 1582. Shield on pediment- Quarterly I. and IV. Per chev. sa,. and erm., in chief two boars' heads couped or. (Sandford). II. and III. Sa., three lions ramp. arg. ( . . ?). Crest, Out of a crest coronet a boar's head or. ‘

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1. On a tablet south wall of chancel, to Jane Hedges, d. Dec. 10, 1783, aged 67 ; and William, son of Thomas Hedges, d. Mar. 14, 1780, aged 21; and Revd. Wm. Hedges, Rector for 66 years, d. May 7, 1811, aged 92. Arms (tinctured by lines), Quarterly I. and IV. Arg. ? three inescutcheons gu. ( . . ?). II. and III. Gu., a lion ramp. arg.? ( . . ?). Crest, A swan's neck erased (Hedges).

2. On a mural monument, with kneeling figures, to Sir Lyonel Reresby, his wife, and children. See H.D.D. Shields on pediment, In centre- Quarterly I. Gu., on a bend arg. three crosses patonce sa. (Reresby). II. Az.? a fess dancetty betw. nine billets or., a label of three points arg. (Deincourt). III. Gu., on a chev. betw. three trefoils slipped arg., as many mullets sa. ( . . ?). IV. Arg., on a fess cottised gu. three fleur-de-lis ( . . ?). V. Arg., a fess betw. four barrulets gu., on a canton arg. three fusils in fess of the second (Normanvile). VI. Gu., three goats pass. arg. (Gotham). VII. Bendy of eight arg. and gu. ( . . ?). VIII. as I. An esquire's helmet. On the dexter of last-Reresby, imp. Per pale arg. and az., a chev. betw. three garlands all counter- changed (Varborough)., On the sinister-AReresby, imp. Az., a chev. barry

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nebuly arg. and az. betw. three bucks courant or. (Swyft, of Rotherham).

3. On a tablet to the Hon. John Finch, d. Dec. 31. 1739, aged 48; and the Hon. Elizabeth Finch, his wife, dau. of John Savile, Esq., d. Oct. 31, 1767, aged 72. Arms, A chev. betw. three griffins pass. (Finck). In pretence, On a bend three owls (Savile). Finch, Earl of Aylesford, Arg., a chev. beiw. three griffins pass. sa, B Savile, Arg., on a bend sa. three owls of the field. B.

4. On a tablet in south chancel to Sir Leonard Reresby, Bart., son of Sir John Reresby, Bart., Governor of York in 1688, d. Aug. 16, 1748, aged 69. Arms of Reresby (tinctured).

5. -In a wall recess in nave is a tomb incised with the figure of a Knight in plate armour, with daggers on either side. The back of the tomb has three shields, that in the centre has had plates of brass. Reresby, on a helmet the crest, viz., On a chapeau turned up, a goat. Motto, Jesu KReroy. The shield on the sinister bears, Quarterly I. and IV. Reresby. II. Two bars gemelles on a canton three fusils conjoined in fess (Normanvile). III. Gotham. That on the sinister bears, Reresby imp. Lozengy (Fitzwilliam). The insc. runs thus - His Jacst Radulphus Reresby, $rmiger filius Radulphus Reresby, legis

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parit qui fundavit istam cantarium RBeatse Karia: &§0. Fm. 1525, scujus ppropicictor dous.

6. On a tablet in nave to Savile Finch, Esq., d. Sept. 20, 1788, aged 52. Erected by Judith, his wife. Arms (tinctured by lines), Quarterly I. and IV. Finch. II. and III. Savile, imp. A chev. az. betw. three wolfs' heads erect and erased.

7. On another to Revd. John Hedges, A.M., Vicar of East Peckham and East Farley, in Kent; and Valentina, his wife, who d. April 7, 1743 ; her husband d. Nov. 7, 1751; also Elizabeth Hedges, spinster, d. Jan. 27, 1810, aged 82. Erected by Wm. Hedges, Rector. Arms (tinctured), Az., three swans' heads erased arg, Crest, A swan's head as in the arms (Hedges).

8. On a tablet on south wall of nave to Sir John Reresby, Bart., and Lady Frances, his wife ; and near lies John, son of George, and grand-son of Thomas Reresby, Knight, d. April 23, 1646, aged 35; Frances, his wife, "ex-familia de Yarbrough de Snaith," by whom he had issue John, Edmund, Gervase, Francis, Yarbrugh, Bridgett, and Elizabeth. She m. secondly James Moyser, of Beverley, d. Sept. 7, 1668. Arms, Reresby, with badge of Ulster, imp. Yarborough.

g. On a mural tablet to Sir John Reresby, Bart.,

d, May 12th, 1689; and Francis, his wife, d May 11th, 1699. - Arms, Reresby, with Badge of Ulster, imp. a chev.

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betw. three . . ? heads erased on a chief an eagle

displayed. Crest, On a baronet's helmet a horse bridled pass.

Ancient shields in the west window, the larger 16th, the smaller 17th century.

10. - Reresby.

11. Reresby imp. Quarterly arg. and gu., in the first and fourth quarters a fret sa. ( . . ?)

12, Reresby imp. Bendy of eight arg. and gu. . . ? 13. Gotham.

I4. Quarterly France and England, ensigned by an open arched crown (Henry VII,)

15. A Tudor rose crowned,. 16. A portcullis crowned. 17. - Reresby imp. Gotham. 18. Reresby imp. Normanvile. 19. - Reresby imp. Deincourt.

20. Reresty imp. Gu., on a chev. betw. three tre- foils slipped or. three mullets sa. ( . . ?)

21. On exterior of tower, east side-Reresby.

22. On chalice and paten-Reresly. -

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TICKHILL ST. MARY. APRIL 17th, 1893.

Arms on exterior of the tower, west side- 1. Above the central window- A plain cross (Vesci).

2. On the dexter side- France ancient, quartering England.

3. Below the last- A merchant's mark, viz., A cross rising from an estoile, both in pale.

4. On the sinister, a shield defaced. |

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5. Below 4. A merchant's mark, the letters R.L.S. in monogram.

The following four shields are just above the doorway-

6. Three mascles conjoined in fess, that in the centre charged with a cross-crosslet ( . . ?).

7. A fess betw.- three maidens' heads couped at the neck (Eusifield).

8. Per chev., in chief two boars' heads couped (Sandford).

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9. On a chev. betw, three ewers, as many mullets (White).

Vesci bore @u., a cross arg. H.D.D. Eastfield, Sa., a chev. erm. betw. three maids heads couped arg. crined or. H.D.D. Sandjord, Per chev. sa. and erm., in chief two boars' heads erased or. HMH.D.D. White, Sa., on a chev. betw. three ewers arg., as many mullets gu. H.D.D. This interesting series of shields are those of the founders of this magnificent Tower and Church, and the marks of two of the wealthy merchants of Tickhill in the last decade of the 14th century.

Arms in the interior-

Above the chancel arch are three stone shields of the same date as those described above.

ro. As 6. 11. - HEasifield, as 7.

12. As 10 and 6.

13. On a tablet north wall of chancel to Thomas Tofield, Esq,, of Eastfield, d. Feb. 6, 1747, aged 52, and his wife Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Atkinson, of Knottingley, Gent., d. April 23, 1770, aged 72. Arms (tinctured), Gu., a chev. erm. betw. three

martlets arg. (Tofield), imp. Erm., a fess gu. betw. three pheons sa. (Aikinson).

14. On a tablet south chancel aisle to Thomas, son of Francis Gill, of Tickhill, Gent., d. Dec. 23 ? 1736, aged 17.

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Arms (tinctured), Sa., a pale betw. four fleur-de-lis or. Crest, A moor's head couped ppr. (Gill).

15. On a tablet north chancel aisle to John Laughton, of Eastfield, d. May 14, 1709, aged 44 ; and Jane, his wife, dau. of Charles Farfax, of Whitby, d. Aug. 27, 1699. Arms (tinctured, much defaced), Quarterly per fess indented or. and gu. (Laughion), imp. (Arg.), three bars gemelles az., over all a lion ramp. Crest, A wyvern wings extended erm.

16. On another tablet to William Laughton, d. Dec, 25, 1702, aged 66; and Jane, his wife, d. March

31, 1695, aged 57. Arms (defaced), Laughion, imp. Gu., a cross arg.

(Vesci, H.D.D. ?). 17. Arms of England temp George III.

18. On a tablet in north aisle to Frederick Lumley Savile, Esq., late of Tickhill Castle, d. Feb. 27, 1837, aged 49. Arms (carved) Quarterly I. and IV. A fess betw. three popinjays collared (Lumley). II. and III. On a bend three owls (Savile) imp. Crusilly three fleur-de-lis a bordure engr. (Beresford). Crest, A pelican in piety in her nest. Motto, MURUS AENEUS CONSCIENTIA SANA. Lumley, Arg., a fess gu. betw. three popinjays vert. collared of the second. B. Savile, Arg., on a bend sa. three owls of the first. B. De La Poer Beresford, Arg., cruszlz},

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fitchy sa. three fleur-de-lis within a bordure engr. of the last. B. Crest, A pelican in her piety in her nest, all ppr.

19. On an altar tomb in the north aisle, with effigies, in memory of Sir Richard Fitzwilliam, Knight of Aldwark, son of Edmund Fitzwilliam, of Wadworth (see id loco), and Elizabeth Clarrel, heiress of that family, and of his son, Thomas Fitzwilliam, of Ald- wark, M.P. for Yorkshire, and Speaker of the House of Commons, who m. Lady Lucy Nevill, dau. and co- heiress of John, Marquis of Montecute ; Sir Richard d. Sept. 22, 1478 ; Elizabeth, his wife, May 12, 1496. There is an heraldic window at Ecclesfield, this memory see Part II.. p. 70. The male effigy has on his surcoat (Fitzwilliam), on the pannelled front of the tomb- Lozengy a mullet for difference (Fitzwilliam, of Ald-

warke).

20. Six martlets, three, two, one, dimidiated (Clarrel), imp. Six martlets, three, two, one (Aldwarke).

21. Fitzwilliam of Aldwarke imp. Clarrel.

TINSLEY ST. LAURENCE, Arprrir 20th, 1893,

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65 TODWICK ALL SAINTS, Apr11 18th, 1893.

On a slab with this inscription : Kfic Jacet Rubert Wastenes, &rmig. qui. okiit vito. die Junii #0. Hm. my. coco. lxxniin cvs. hic. ppicia ds. Arms, A lion ramp. (Wastneys). __ Wastneys, Sa., a lion ramp. arg. B.

TREETON ST. HELEN, AprIL 18th, 1893.

1. Ledger under east window to Rev. W. Lees, Rector of Southery, in Norfolk, and Rebecca, his wife, d. 1738, in his 33rd year. Arms, A fess betw. three leopards' faces (Leest). Crest, An eagle preying on a . . ? Motto defaced.

2. Ledger in chancel to Mrs. Anne Adams, wife of Michael Adams, Rector of Treeton, who d. 6 days after the delivery and death of a male child, Jan. 27, 1665. Arms, A cross (Adams), imp. Two bends betw. as many martlets (Bradshaw). B, gives Adams as Vert., a cross or.; and Bradshaw, Arg., two bends betw. as many martieis sa.

3. On another ledger to Shoreland Adams, ecclesiz hujus de Treton una et de Eyam in com. Derb.,

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Rector qui ex ambab. rectoriis multa et solam erga regem c: io. fidelitatem imobilem per pess. div. tan- demque in pristina Jura restaurato ejam d.g. rege c. 11: post liminio redicus ano abheice wo. in pace domini placide occubuit Apr. die xi. A.D. mdelxiv. Arms, Adams. 4. On another ledger to Edward Bradshaw, Armiger, "in occidno cinere expectaus eum cui nomen est oriens qui xxii. die Demb. mdclxiv. occubuit."

Arms, Bradshaw. - 5. Incised slab in nave-Insc. Hrate pre afs

Radulf generosi qui} ubiit xii. die Januarii §o0. Hm. millo. scoco. Ixxxo.

Above the figure are two shields, both much worn : On the dexter, On a fess three garbs (Vernon). On the sinister, Lozengy (Fitzwilliam), imp. Vernon. Vernon, of Hazlingion, Or., on a fess sa-. three garks of the first. Fitzwilliam, Lozengy arg. and gu. B.

6. On the modern pulpit are two helmets sur- mounted by this crest, on a wreath, Erm. and sa., a

buck's head couped ppr. (tSorby).

7. On the modern chapel screen- A plain cross (S%. Helen).

8, 9, 10. Three shields of passion symbols.

11. Bradshaw.

12. On a fine old carved bench, inscribed-Hrgte pro ais magistta Willini b., holm», clersci quondam Rectoris hujus scclie.

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There is a shield at either end-

13. A talbot pass. to the sinister in a bordure engr. (Holme ?).

ULLEY HOLY TRINITY. ApriL 19th, 1893.

No ArmMorRrIALS.

WADWORTH ST. JOHN.

1. On a copper plate in chancel floor to John Pierrepoint, Gent. "Qui spiritum ultimum antre- lavit," July 1, 1653, aged 75.

Arms, A lion ramp. in an orle of roses (Pierrepoint).

Pierrepoint, Arg., a lion ramp. in an orle of roses sa. B.

2. On an altar tomb in south chapel with effigies of a knight and lady. The head of the knight rests on a helmet.

Crest, A panache of ostrich feathers (Fitzwilliam). Fiizwilliam, In a coronet a plume of ostrich feathers

ppr. B- This tomb commemorates Edmund Fitzwilliam,

who d. Feb. 5, 1430, aged 70, and his wife Maud, dau. of Sir John Hotham, Knight. <It is uninscribed.

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3. On an altar tomb, with black letter insc., to " Edmundus Fitzwilliam, Armiger," d. Dec. 24, 1465; " Katrina uxor ejusdem Edmundi," dau. of Sir John Clifton, of Clifton.

Five shields (carved)-In the cente, Lozengy (Fitz- william). imp. Semy of cingfoils a lion ramp (Cliffon). At corners, Fitzwilliam (twice), Clifton (twice). Fitzwilliam, Lozengy arg. and gu. B. Clifton, Sa., semy of cing foils, a lion ramp. arg. Edmund Fitzwilliam's 2nd wife was buried at Conisburgh. See H.D.D., Vol. I., p. 251. The next two generations of Fitzwilliams are noted under

Tickhill.

4. On a slab to Willyam Copley, Ed. d. xvi. May 1658; Ann, his wife, d. Jan. 26, 1645; Elizabeth, wife of Christopher Copley, their son, d. Aug. 16, 1644. Erected by Lyonell Copley, his youngest brother, Apl. 26, 1660.

Arms (incised), A cross moline (Copley).

Copley, Arg., a cross moline sa.

5 On another slab to Lionell Copley, Esq., d.}] Dec. 27, 1673 ; Catharine, his dau., m. John Beckwith, of Steningford ; she had issue one son and two daus. She m. 2nd the Rev. Thos. Mauleverer, Rector of Sprotborough, d. May 13, 1700. Arms, Copley.

6. On a tablet also in south chapel to Sir Charles

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Kent, Bart., d. March 14, 1811, aged 66, m. Mary, dau. and co-heiress of Josias Wordsworth. ~ Arms (partly tinctured by lines), Quarterly I. and IV. Az., a lion pass. guardant (or.), a chief erm. in first quarter, badge of Ulster (Kent). II. and III. Arg., a cross sa., in first quarter a fleur-de-lis gu. (Eggleton). In pretence, Arg., three bells az. (Wordsworth). Crest, A lion's head (erminois collared, lined, and ringed az).

7. On another tablet to Mary, relict of Sir Charles Kent, Bart., d. Sept. 17, 1817, aged 66. Arms, In a lozenge, as No. 6.

8. On a tablet in north chancel aisle to Ann, relict of Josias Wordsworth, d. Nov. 19, 1814, in her 93rd year. ' ‘ . Arms (painted), Wordsworth, imp. Vert., on a chev. betw. three stags trippant or., as many cingfoils gu. (Robinson ?). On a modern brass to Blanche, dau. of Frederick John and Lady Fanny Howard, wife to Cecil George Foljambe, Esq., d. Oct. 7, 1871, aged 29, and is buried at Scofton, Notts.

Six shields (tinctured by lines)- 9. Quarterly of VI.-I. Gu., on a bend betw. six crosses-crosslet fitchy arg. an escutcheon or., charged with a demi-lion pierced through the mouth with an arrow, all within a double tressure flory counter-flory gu, (Howard). II. Gu., three lions pass. guardant or., over all a label arg. (Brofkerton). III+-Checquey or.

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and az. (Warrerane). IV. Gu., a lion ramp. or. (Mow- bray). V. Gu., three escallops arg. (Dacre). VI. Barry '\ of six arg. and az., three chaplets of roses ppr. ((@rey- stock).

10. - Quarterly of VIII.-I. Sa., on a bend betw. six escallops or., an escutcheon arg. charged with a lion ramp. az. (Foljambe). II. Arg., two annulets con- joined in fess gu. betw. three crosses formy sa. (Thorn- hagh). III. Arg., on a bend sa., three owls of the field (Savile). IV. Az., ona fess wavy arg. a cross patty betw. two estoiles or. a chief of the second charged with a cormorant sa. beaked and membered of the third, holding in his beak a bunch of seaweed vert. (Jenkinson). V. Or., on a bend vert. three wheat garbs of the field (Shuckburght). VI. Az., a griffin arg. a chief or. (Evelyn). VII. Arg., two bars gemelles sa., in chief three pierced mullets of the last (Medley). VIII. as I., imp. 9.

II. Quarterly of VI.-I. Sa., three stags' heads caboshed arg. (Cavendish). II. Arg., a saltire engr. az. on a chief of the last three roses or. (Hoskins). III. Per bend crenelle arg. and gu. (Boyle). IV. Checquey or. and az., a fess gu. (Clifford). V. Savile. VI. Sa., a lion pass. guardant or. betw. three esquires' morions arg. (Compéion).

12. Howard, imp. Az., a fess betw, three lambs pass. arg. (Lambion).

13. Caverdish, imp. Arg., a field vert., on the

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sinister an oak copse, and issuant therefrom a wolf pass. towards the dexter, all ppr. (O'Callaghan).

I4. Quarterly of IX.-I. Lozengy arg. and gu., a mullet sa. (Fitzwilliam, of Aldwarke). II. Arg., a chief az. (Clinton). III. Gu., crusilly three garbs or. (Comyn 2). IV. Gu., six martlets, two, two, two, arg. (Clarrel). V. Arg.,a bend fusilly az. (Reygate). VI. Az., ona bend or. an annulet sa., a label of three points arg. (Scrope) VII. Gu., a saltire arg., a label of three points gobony az. _- and of the second Marquis of Montecute). VIII. Arg., three fusils in fess gu. (Montecute). IX. Gu., three leopards pass. guardant or, in a bordure az. (Thomas de Woodstock).

On roof brackets, north aisle, original, 15th cent.- 15. Fitzwilliam.

16, Scrope. 17. Fitzwilliam.

18. Fitzwilliam,

WALES ST. JOHN. Aprt 18th, 1893.

1. Monument on east wall to Sir Thomas Hewett, Knight, born at Shireoakes, Sep. 9, 1656, Educated at Shrewsbury and Christ Church, Oxford, Exempt of the Yeoman of the Guard to King Charles II. Travelled three years in France, Holland, Switzerland,

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72 and Germany. Surveyor General of the Woods to King William III. Surveyor General of Works to King George I., d. April 9, 1726, aged 69. Dame Frances, his wife, dau. of Richard Bettinson, Esq., of

Scadbery, in the Co. of Kent, co-heiress of Sir Edward Bettinson, Bart., born at Hatton Garden, in London, Jan. 1, 1668, m. at Geneva, Sep. 7, 1689, d. at London, Jan. 31, 1756. ' Arms in three shields-On a fess flory counter- flory betw. three lions pass. guardant, as many birds or. Crest, . . . ? (Heweit).

B. gives Az., on a fess flory beiw. three lions pass. or., as many magpies ppr.

2. And over the monument in a lozenge-shaped shield-

Heweit, in pretence A fess (Beftinson). B. gives Bettenson, Arg., a fess gu., in chief a lion pass, guardant sa., all within a bordure engr. erm.

3. Royal Arms temp George I.

4. On a boss on the roof, two shields, one charged with a cross, the other with a bend ; date c. 1550.

_ *WALKLEY ST. MARY.

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:. Ona slab. Insc. Hic Jacet corpus | Johannis Battie, Generosus | qui obiit Vicesimo Octavo | Maii Anno Dom. 1676, ztatis sux | 60,

Arms, Quarterly I. and IV. A chev. betw. three goats pass. on a chief a demi woodman holding in his dexter hand a club, betw. two cingfoils (Battie). II. A lion ramp. in an orle of cingfoils '(Pierrepoint). III. A fess crenelle betw. three lions pass. guardant (Syleur?) imp. Two lions joined at the head and crowned (Kel- ham.t) . Battie, of Warmsworth, Sa., a chev. arg. betw. three goats pass. of the second, charged on the body with two pallets gu. crined and unguled or., on a chief of the fourth a demi woodman holding in his right hand a club slanting in bend over his shoulder ppr. betw. two cingfoils of the third, B. Pierrepoint, of Wadworth, Arg., a lion ramp. sa. in an orle of cingfoils gu. B. Syleur, co. Linc., Gu., a fess crenelle betw . three lions pass. guardant arg. crowned or. P. Killom or Kelham, Gu., two tions joined at the head and crowned or, H.D.D.

2. On a slab. Insc.: Here lies the body | of Susannah, the wife of | John Battie, of Warmsworth, Esq., daughter of Mage . . .? | Vavasour, of Warms- worth, Esq. | who departed this life | Dec. 3, wtatis

sus 27, 1696. | Arms, Battie imp. a fess dancetty (Vavasour).

Vavasour, Sa., a fess dancetty or.

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3. On a tablet over vestry door, with long Latin epitaph, to John Battie, Arm., who d. Nov. 5, 1724, aged 62. Arms (tinctured), Baiéfie imp. On the dexter per fess. I. Vavasour. II. Arg., a cross moline sa., a canton gu. (Copley, of Doncaster). - On the sinister, Or., a chev. engr. betw. three lions' faces gu. (Hervey, of Womersley). Crest on a helmet and wreath, A stork

ppr., beaked and membered gu., chained arg., holding in its beak a fish sa. (Baféic).

4. Ona slab, Insc. Here lyeth interred the | Body of Thomas Rokeby | Rector of this Parish | for 45 years, who dy | ed the 19th day of July, 1680 | aged 75. . . . ? place lyeth Anne | his Wife, Daughter unto | Gervas C .., of . . | Ete. ' A chev. betw. three rocks, a crescent for difference (Rokeby). Rokeby, Arg., a chev. betw. three rooks sa, B.

5. Tablet south wall of nave, to William Battie Wrightson, eldest son of William Wrightson, of Cus- worth, b. Oct. 9, 1787, d. Feb. 10, 1879, M.P., J.P. He m. March 24, 1821, Georgiana, dau. of Inigo Thomas, of Ratton, Sussex, by his first wife Charlotte, dau. of Henry Peirse, of Bedale.

Crests, I. on a wreath, A unicorn salient (Wright son). II. Batie. Wrightson, A unicorn salient arg., armed, crined, and unguled or.

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6. On another tablet to William Wrightson, Esq., son of John Battie, Esq., of Warmsworth, and Isabella, dau. and h. of Wim. Wrightson, of Cusworth. He m. Barbara, dau. and h. of James Bland, Esq., of Hur- worth, Co. Durham, and 2nd, Harriott, dau. of Richard Heber, of Marton, Esq., by whom he had issue William, Richard, Henry, Thomas, Harriott, Isabella, and Elizabeth. He d. Dec. 26, 1827, in his 76th year. Arms (tinctured by lines), Or., a fess counter com- pony arg. and az. betw. three griffins' heads erased of the third (Wrightson). In pretence, Arg., on a bend sa. three pheons of the field (Bland). In pretence, Per

fess az. and gu., a lion ramp. or. in dexter chief a cing- foil arg. (Heber). Crest, Wrightson.

7. On an altar tomb in churchyard (see H.D.D.). Insc. M.S. | Rev. Jer. Fawkes. M.B. | Hujus ecclesiz

Rector | ob. 1744, anno stas. 58 | Frances, his wife | died March 4, 1769 | aged 88 years. | Arms, Erm., a mascle (Fawkes), imp. 'Three mascles (Whitaker). Fawkes, Erm, a mascle sa. B. Whitaker, of Leeds, Sa., three mascles arg. B.

WHISTON ST. MARY MAGD. 18th, 1893.

1. Mural tablet east end of south aisle, to the

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Revd. John Carver, late of Morthen, Rector of Whiston and Treeton, d. June 16, 1807, aged 66; and Sarah, his wife, d. Feb. 14, 1802, aged 64, and Sarah, his dau., d. July 11, 1842, aged 71. Arms, Or., on a chev. sa, betw. three crosses fleurie of the last, a fleur-de-lis inter two stags' heads caboshed of the first (Carver). In pretence, Arg., a saltire sa. ( . . ?). Crest on a wreath, A cross fleurie sa.

2. On another to Marmaduke Carver, who d. Aug. 18, 1846, aged 34; Ann, his wife, dau. of John Griffith, of Eckington, Co. Derby, d. Nov. 23, 1777,

aged 55. Arms, Carver.

In the (modern) west window of nave are four shields-

3. Az., a cross arg. (St. Andrew).

4. Gu., two keys in saltire, a crown in chief or. (See of York).

5. Gu., three garbs in a bordure engr. or. (Kempe ?). 6. Gu., the Sacred Monogram I.H.S. or.

*WICKER HOLY TRINITY.

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77 WICKERSLEY ST. ALBAN.

AprIL 18th, 1893.

In windows- 1. Gu,, a key or. surmounted by another az. in chief a crown of the first (meant for See of York).

2. In a window in memory of Mary Harriet, wife of E. V. Spencer, of Woodlaithes, d. June 18, 1886 ; and Harriet, wife of Joseph Waring, of Bramley, d.

Feb. 27, 1886. A Az., a lion ramp. or. (Waringt).

*WOODSETTS ST. MARY.

No Armoriars.

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INDEX OF CHURCHES.

PAGE Armthorpe I Anston I Aston .s _- 2 Attercliffe ».. - 6 Barnby-on-Don 6 Brightside 9 Braithwell .. - 8 Broomhill «.. = 9 Cantley ° 9 Carbrooke 10 Carver Street 10 Conisborough I1 Crookes I 1 Dalton 12 Darnall s.. 14 Dinnington ese 14 Dyers Hill 14 Eastoft 14 Eastwood -a 14 Ecclesall s-. 15 Edlington 17 Eldon 17 Firbeck 17 Fishlake 19 Fulwood 19 Gilcar 19 Gleadless 19 Handsworth - Wood- house .. 19 Harthill 20 Hatheld 24 Heeley 2. 28 Holliscroft ... 28

PAGE Hooton Roberts 28 Kilnhurst .. - 30 Kirk Sandal ».. - 30 Langsett Road .. 31 Laughton - en - le-Mor- then s.. 31 32 Maltby 32 Masborough 32 Mexborough 33 Moorfields 35 Neepsend 35 Netherthorpe 35 Netherthorpe St. Anne 35 Owlerton 35 Pitsmoor ee F Ranmoor 36 Ravenfield 36 Rotherham ece 37 Sharrow «.. 42 Sheffield St. Peter ... 42 ;, - St. Barnabas 50 1; - St. George... 50 » - St. James ... 51 » - St. Mary ... 51 »» - St. Mathias... 51 , - St. Paul ... 51 1» - St. Philip ... 52 1; - St. Simon ... 52 »_-_- Park se = 53 Stainforth .. 53 Stainton .e 53 Sykehouses eo» 55

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PAGE PAGE Thorne ... 55 | Ulley »« 67 Thorpe ... 56 | Wadworth .. 67 Thorpe Salvin » 56 | Wales eck. 71 Thribergh === _... 57 | Walkley _. oe 72 Thropham .. 61 | Warmsworth o 73 Tickhill «.. 61 | Whiston --= 75 Tinsley ». - 64 | Wicker .. 76 Todwick ». 65 | Wickersley °° 77

Treeton 65 Woodsetts a» 797

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INDEX OF ARMS.

PAGE Adams 65, 66 Alderson cke 23 Aldwarke »« 64 Andrews oce 25 Annesley »«» 16 Atkinson .. 62 Bagshawe -. 15 Battie 73) 74 Beckwith 31, 32, 40 Beke . 20 Belasyse .. 22 Belvale 5, 40 Beresford ».. 63 Bertie ».. 20 Bertram 3) 45 Bettinson os 72 Blakeney 49, 50 Bland ee 75 Blessed Sacrament ... - 1 Bolles . 36 Bosvile 9: 36, 37) 55 Bouchier ... _ I0 Bower ce 33 Boyle 12, 39, 70 Bradshaw 65, 66 Bright 46, 47 Brotherton 12, 37, 38, 39, 69 Broughton 20, 55 Brown 30, 31, 46 Brownell .. 28 Buck 42 Bullock 39 Bustard 2.0 I5 Butler 18, 43

PAGE Burdekin 51

Canterbury, See of 7

Carow .. 76 Cavendish - 12, 13, 39, 44, 5, 709 Chaloner [gr 3 22 Child .._ I5 Childers IO Churchill o. - 23 Clarrell 13, 64, 71 Clay .._ I5 Clifford 12, 39, 70 Clifton. ... _ 68 Colfox ... 46 Comyn 13» 43) 44) 71 Compton 12, 39, 70 Conyers ... 30 Copley 11, 68 Copley, of Doncaster... 74 Creswick .. 15 Cutlers Company, of London --- 47 Cutlers Company of Sheffield ... 50 Dacre - 12, 38, 39, 70 Danby ... 30 Danvers ... 20 Darcy 3) 5» 6, 48 De Conisborough - ... It Deincourt 57, 60 De La Pryme as 27 De Vere ... 20 De Witt 18 De Wykeford 33

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PAGE Drake .. 26 Dukeyne .. 18 Eardley ... I0 Eastfield 61, 62 Eggleton »« 69 Elmsall sae I5 England . .. 61 Evelyn 38, 70 Eyre 8, 18 Fairfax 27, 63 Fane 660 5 Fawkes c- 75 Finch 58, 59 Firth .. 16 Fitzwilliam - 11, 58, 66, 67. Fitzwilliam, of Ald- warke 13, 64, 71 Foljambe 13, 38, 70 Foster .. 52 Foxlowe eke I5 France, Ancient ».. - 61 Furness .. I5 Furnival 43) 44, 46, 48 Gally 18, 19 George I. .be 72 George II. 9, 19 George III. 37, 51, 63 Gill 49, 63 Gladwin .. 18 Godolphin 21, 23, 24 Gotham 57, 58 Greaves s.. I5 Gregory , Grey, of Heton ek 3 Grey, of Wilton eck. 03 Greystock .. 38 Hall »« 26

PAGE Hardwick 12, 39 Harley 2.0 21 Hastings 25, 27, 43, 40 Hatfeild 24, 25, 31 Healey .. 26 - Heber c(. 75 Hedges . 57+ 59 Henry VII. ° ... 60 Herbert 44) 45 Hervey oo 74 Hewett se 72 Hewit ... 20 Hilton 3») 5) 40 Hirst ».e - 41 Hodgson 17, 23 Holme .. 67 Hopton e, Hoskins e (+

Howard 12, 13, 14, 37, 389 [39, 48, 49, 69, 70

Hulme 41, 42 Humphrys .. 36 Hutton ce 2 Hyde 2.0 22 Jackson ... 26 Jebb .. 18 Jenkinson 13, 38, 70 Jessop 48, 49 Johnson e y, Kelham 73 Kempe 76 Kent ... 69 Knight 18, 19 Lambton 13, 39, 70 Langton ee 3 Lascells 5, 40 Laughton 36, 40, 63

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PAGE Lawson 49 Lees 65 Leyke 2.0 25 Lister 46, 47 Lovetot 43) 44, 48 Lucy 3» 5) 491 43» 44 Lumley 8, 63 Macmorough 44, 45 Manners 43, 44, 45 Mappin c. 42 March .. 38 Marsden ... 29 Marshall .. 44 Marwood 15 Medley 14, 39, 70 Melton 3, 5, 6, 40, 61 Mennill 2.00 3 Mildmay ce = § Miles .. 18 Mirfin .k. 31 Montchensy 43) 44 Montecute 13, 71 Montgomery __ 43, 44, 40 More . .. 18 Morton .. 30 Mowbray 12, 38, 39, 70 Murray .be I5 Musgrave 47 Nevile, Lord Aber- gavenny 5 Nevil, Lord Furnival 43, , . _ , (44, 46 Neville, Marquis Mon-

tecute 13, 71 Nevill, Lord Latimer 20 Newby .. 29

PAGE Nicholls 3%, 33 Normanvile 57, 58, 60 O'Callaghan r3, 39, 76 Ogle 44, 45

Osborne 20, 21, 22, 23, 24

Ottley 13, 39 Oughtibridge ak 27 Parkin 36 Pashley o- 54 Patten .. 16 Pearson --- 54 Peigham oe Pickard -_ 29 Pierrepoint 67, 73 Pilkington 25, 75 Pollard 5, 49 Portington 7, 56 Ramsden C Reresby 57, 58, 59, 60 Revil oe Reygate 13 Robinson 29, 69 Rokeby 39 74 Sale ~-_ 47 Sanderson 33, 34 Sandford 56, 61, 62 Savile 8, 12, 13, 33, 34, 38,

[39 58, 59, 63, 70 Scrope 3, 13, 71 Secroft ».. 20 Segrave 39 Seymour Shefield 8

Sheffield Borough 49, 50 Sheffield Town 47, 49, 50 Shield of Salvation ... 34

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PAGE Shore ».. 16 Shuckburgh 14, 39, 70 Sorby »» 66 St. Andrew 76

St. Edward le Confessor 39

St. Helen ... 66 St. Leger 3, 18 St. Peter s.. I, 7 Strange 43) 44) 46 Stringer ike 7 Strongbow .. 44 Swift - 41, 48, 49 Talbot 5, 42, 43, 44, 46, 48 Tempest 3 Thornhagh 13, 38, 70 Tofield .. 62 Toone cs = 53 Turner ».. 46 Valance 43, 44 Vale ... 16 Vavasour 73, 74 Verdun 43) 44, 46 Vernon .. 66 Vesci 61, 62, 63 Victoria, Queen 2k 7 Wade eke 7 Walbanke 10

PAGE Walker 47s 55 Walmesley 20, 23 Waring 77 Warrenne - 12, 14, 37: 38, [39, 69 Wasteneys o-- 54 Wastneys -. 65 Waterhouse ... 8, 9 Wentworth 30, 41 West .. - 6 Westby 24, 37, 40 Wharton 17, 25 Whitaker 260 75 White .. 62 Wilson 49 Wolf 26 Wombwell 2.0 41 Woodstock 13, 71 Woodyeare ..00 II Wordsworth ... 69 Wormley 27

Willoughby, of Parham 20

Willoughby, of Eresby 20 Wright 2, 52 Wrightson 74, 75 Yarborough I+ 57, 59

York, See of 7, 47, 49, 76, 77

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CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS.

Part I. p. 1g-Add tinctures of Holgate, Or., three bulls' heads erased sa. Harl M.S.S.

Part I. p. 56-The arms of Darcy should be, Az.,

crusilly three fivefoils arg. ; but on the tomb they are as printed. '

Part I. p. 56, No. 7-Should be Dawnay, imp. Az., a chief urdy arg.

Part II., p. 1-for Cowick read Caywood Castle.

Part II., p. 5, No. 12-VIII. " three annulets" meant for the garlands of Lascells. The VII. should be Hilton, and on previous page, No. 11, VIII. should also be Hilton (not Lilly) and Lascells, The carving -

of the shields is very confusing and obscure. See under Aston.

Part II., p. 14, No. 27-is perhaps this shield, assigned to St. Wilfrid, the patron Saint of the Church, viz., gu., three stars or.

Part II., p. 21, No. 43-An account of this tomb appeared lately in " The Antiquary."

The order of the shields there described is as follows :-

North side-Neville, Willoughby qu. Beke, De

Ros qu. Menell, Fitzhugh, and a missing shield of Scrope,

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On east end-Grey, of Heton and Grey of Wil- ton. It commemorated Lord John Darcy and Margaret, his wife, dau. of Henry Grey, of Wilton, L414. Part II., p. 44-Add 4, on a tablet in south aisle to John Potter, of Tadcaster, d. June 18, 1758, aged 87, and Ann, his wife, d. May 2, 1762, aged 59. Also John Potter, of Wingate Hill, their son, b. Dec. 7, 1728, d. Nov. 29, 1802 ; also Sir Thomas Potter, Knt., b. April 5, 1774, d. March 20, 1845, ist Mayor of Manchester, Dec. 15, 1838. Richard, his brother, M.P., b. Jan. 31, 1778, d. July 13, 1842. Sir John Potter, another brother, b. April 16, 1815, d. Oct. 25, 1858. Arms, Sa., on a fess betw. three full-faced helmets or. a plate inter two caltraps gu. (tPofter), imp. Sa., on a pile engr. or. betw. two crescents of the last a mullet of the field (. . . . ?)

Part II., p, 70-No. io should be Fitzwilliam imp. $3 33 Laughton.

$3 33 No. 12, Fitzwilliam imp. Westby (not Bisset). 33 $ No. 17, Fitswilliam, ist husband, Wortley; 2nd husband imp. william of Aldwarke. fi e $1 No. 18, Fitzwilliam imp. Skipwith ; it

should be Skipwith imp. Fitzwilliam. For Catherine, 2nd dau. of Sir Rich.

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Fitzwilliam, m. Sir John Skipwith in 1478.

Part II., p. 70-After 20 add another shield, Mirfield imp. Fitzwilliam. I am indebted to Cecil George Savile Foljambe, Esq., of Cockglode for these corrections ; he also

refers to a paper of his in Dr. Gatty's "Life at one living," p. 157-177, Worksop, 1884.

Part II., p. 49-For D'Acre read Dacre. a 3» No. 57-Add V. Arg., on a bend az. three oat sheaves or (Offlley), VI. Sa., a chev. betw. three mullets arg. (Shuckburgh).

Part III., p. 13, No. 4-Add O'Callaghan.

Part III., p. 64-Add 22. Brass very similar to that at Dalton (page 12), but unable to obtain consent . to take the necessary notes. The surface is much corroded.

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ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL.]

THE

HERALDRY IN THE CHURCHES

OF THE

WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE,

BY THE

REV. J. HARVEY BLOOM, M.A.,

PART IV.

HasxnswortH : C. E. PrintErR anp

1893. London : Mitchell and Hughes, 47, Wardour Street.

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PREFACE.

The Churches contained in the present part lie almost entirely in the diocese of Wakefield, the excep- tions being situated in that of Ripon. Many of these are remarkable for their size and the character of their architecture. The first in number of armorials is the Cathedral Church of Wakefield, but to the Herald,

Thornhill and Methley rank before it. The former for its stained glass and early tombs of the Savilles, the latter for the tombs of another branch of the same great family. But the Churches of Crofton and San- dal are well worth a visit, while Normanton and Kirkthorpe are important. In the former Church much confusion is caused by the shields of early Lord Mayors of London, who obviously enough had no con- nection with the place, and whose arms came with other miscellaneous fragments from the studio of a certain Mr. Ward, a glass painter of note, sometime in the last century. This Church has sustained a severe loss in the Bunney brasses, which until quite lately were in the chancel, but are not now to be found.

As far as the Author is aware no systematic catalogue of Heraldic Insignia at the present time in the Churches of Yorkshire has been printed. It is his object to supply this want, hence it follows that

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such facts as are recorded will take a catalogue form.

The Churches, whether containing objects of Heraldic interest or not, will be found placed in alphabetical order, under their respective wapentakes, and where these are divided, as Osgoldcross for example is, a separate section will be given for both divisions. The date of the Author's latest visit to each Church is subjoined.

The position the arms, etc. occupy within or upon the building, furniture, or monuments, as well as the mode of treatment, whether carved, painted, or tinctured by lines, will be briefly described, and such description followed by genealogical facts gathered from the monuments. Every coat of arms will be described once for each Church, and the name of the family to whom it pertains added in italics ; if it occur more than once it will be referred to by this name alone,

Wherever the tinctures are not upon the original, either from design or defacement, they are added in a note, and a letter indicating the authority placed immediately after ; a list of these will be found at the commencement. In a few instances in the descriptions, there is some reason to believe the original colour does not now appear, owing tothe effect of weather and time; in such cases the proper tincture is added in a bracket. Those arms not to be found in the copy of " Burke's General Armoury,"

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used for the purposes of the work, have a { placed after the name. A few Churches will have, in the same way, an * affixed, These the Author has not personally visited, but has reason to suppose the information supplied to him is correct. In a few instances genealogical notes will be found printed in italics. These, taken chiefly from ®" Foster's York- shire Pedigrees," are intended to illustrate the correct- ness of names assigned to the arms.

Lona Marston Grammar SchHooL, STRATFORD-ON-Avon, October, 1893.

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ABBREVIATIONS.

or. .. Gold. arg.-argent Silver. az.-azure ».. Blue. gu.-gules .. Red. vert. Green. purp.-purpure | ... Purple. sa. -sable ».. Black. erm. .. Ermine. ppr. .. Proper. chev. ... Chevron. engr. e Engrailed. ramp. e Rampant. pass. .. Passant. d. ... Died. m. ... Married. b. ... Born. s.p. }.. Without offspring. bet w, .. Between. b. ... Heir. dau. Daughter.

insc. ».. Inscription.

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LIST OF AUTHORITIES

UsrEp In PREPARATION oF THIS Work.

General Armoury, Sir Bernard Burke, 1845. B. An Ordinary of British Armorials. Papworth, 1854. P. The:Book of Family Crests. Washbourne. F. Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire. J. Foster, 1875. F. Yorkshire Archazological and Topographical Journal.

AT.J. Walks in Yorkshire, Wakefield, and its Neighbour-

hood, London, 1871. W.W. History of the Cathedral Church of Wakefield, Joseph Walker, F.S.A. Hist, Wake. -

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WAPENTAKE

OF

A G B R I G G

(Lower Divrsion).

DrepicatrEp By PrEruission to

SIR LIONEL MILBORNE SWINNERTON PILKINGTON, BART.,

Or Park.

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*ALTOFTS ST. MARY MAGDALENE,

No Armoriars.

ALVERTHORPE ST. PAUL,

Marcu 21sT, 1891.

1. Mural tablet to George Ridsdale (son of Edward Ridsdale, of Wakefield), of Old Hall, Snapethorpe, who d. Dec. 29th, 1855, aged 77, He laid the first stone of this Church, March 12th, 1823. Arms (tinctured) Quarterly I. and IV. Or, three bendlets sa. each charged with a talbot's head couped ppr., on a chief wavy az. three bees volant also ppr. (Rwisdailet). II. and III. Quarterly sa. and arg., a fess gu. betw. in the second quarter two, and in the third quarter another cross pattee of the last (Wheat- ley). Crest, a lamb pass ppr. Motto, pEvs EsT spEs.

ARDSLEY (EAST) ST. MICHAEL, May 2nd, 1891.

1. On a tablet in chancel to Rev. Ingram Shaw,

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A.B., (Emmamuel Coll. Camb.) only child of Mr: Nathaniel Atkinson. Arms (much defaced, untinctured) A chev. erm., on a canton a talbot's head erased (Shaw). In pre- tence, a fess betw. three pheons (Ai¢kinson ). Shaw, Arg., a chev. erm. on a canton gu. a talbof's head erased or. B. Atkinson, Erm., a fess betw. three pheons sa. B.

2. On a brass in nave to "Henry Shaw, of Griffe House, Gentelman," d, July 29th, 1713, in his 53rd year. Arms (untinctured) Skew imp. Two serpents en- twined in saltire their heads respecting each other

(Nettleton ). Nettleton, Sa., two serpents entwined in saitire arg. their

heads respecting each other.

BATLEY ALL SAINTS, Auaust 20th, 1891.

The original screen of south chantry bears seven shields, viz.- 1. A cross moline (Copley).

2. Copley imp. On a chev. a boar's head erased and erect betw. two greyhounds respectant ( . . . ?)

3. Copley imp. On a chev. betw. three fleur-de-lis as many roundles (TAwayte).

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3 4. Copley imp. Three picks (Piggott).

5. Copley. 6. Copley imp. A lion ramp. (Siapylion).

7. Copley imp. A saltire, over all a label of three points gobony (Neville ?).

Copley, Arg. a cross moline sa. B. Thwayte, Arg., on a fess betw. three fleur-de-lis az. as many bezants. H.D.D. Piogott, Arg., three picks sa. B. Stapylson, Arg., a lion ramp. sa. B. Neville, Marquis of Montecute: Gu., a saltire arg. a label of three points gobony az. and of the second. B.

8. Altar tomb in north chantry bears the effigies of a Knight and Lady. Round the side of the tomb are a number of blank shields, and the Knight's head rests on a tilting helmet, with crest, A lion statant

(Mirfeld).

9 & 10. In the east window of north chantry are two 15th century shields, viz., Vert., two lions pass, guardant in pale arg. (Mirfield ).

11. Mural tablet, south wall of nave, to John Taylor, of Putlewell Hall, Esq., d. Aug. 15th, 1769, aged 73. John, his son, d. Oct. 30th, 1808, aged 78 ; and Mary, his wife, d. Jan. 29th, 1829, in her 86th year; Elizabeth Foxcroft Taylor, their dau., d. Feb. 7th, 1864, aged 83.

Arms (tinctured) Quarterly I. and IV. Arg., three

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roses gu. (Taylor). II. and III. Sa., a chev. betw. three foxes' heads erased or. (Foxcroft.t)

*BATLEY ST. THOMAS,

No ARMOoRIALS.

*BATLEY CARR,

No Armoriars.

*BROWNHILL ST. SAVIOUR,

No ArmorIaLs.

*CARLINGHOW ST. JOHN,

No Armoriars.

CHAPELTHORPE ST. JAMES,

January 31st, 1891.

No Armoriars.

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5 CROFTON ALL SAINTS,

Jury 16th, 18go.

1. Over porch door- Barry of six in chief three lozenges (Fleming Epis. Line) Fleming, Barry of six arg. and az., in chief three lozenges gu.

2. Hatchment in chancel- Quarterly I. and IV. Sa., a wolf salient or. charged on the breast with a mascle gu. in chief an estoile or. betw. two others arg. (Wilson, of Crofton.t) II. and III. Arg., two bars gemelles gu. on a chief az. three leopards' faces or., a canton erm. (Wright). Imp. quarterly I. and IV., Quarterly 1 and 4, Or., a saltire and chief gu., on a canton arg. a lion ramp. az. (Bruce). 2 and 3, Arg., a chev. gu. betw. three morions az. (Brudenell). II. and III. Wright. Crests, I. On a wreath a demi-wolf ramp. sa. (Wilson). II. Out of a mural crown masoned or. and gu., a griffin's head sa. langued ppr. eared or. gorged with three bezants fess- wise doubly cottised arg. Motto, rES NON UERBA.

3. As last, but within a lozenge, no crest.

4. On a tablet in nave to Henry Wright Wilson, of Crofton, d. Dec. 5th, 1832, aged 73; he m. 1st Jane, Lady Wilson, dau. of Wm. Chaloner, of Guisborough ; she d. Jan. 27th, 1799; and 2nd, the Rt. Hon. Lady Frances Elizabeth, dau. of Bruce Brudenell, 4th Earl

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of Ailesbury, who d. Feb. oth, 1836; his Father, Joshua Wilson, Esq., d. May 31st, 1797. Arms as No. 2, but untinctured.

4, On a tablet in north transept to Mrs. Mary Meyer, d. Dec. 13th, 1738, in her 24th year, dau. and co-heiress of Mr. Francis Mason, of this place; she m. Paul Meyer, Esq., 2nd son of Sir Peter Meyer, of London, Knight, and left one son, Paul.

Arms (almost effaced) Arg., on a mount vert. a savage pass. wreathed about the head and waist with leaves, holding over his shoulder a club ppr., the sinister hand resting on the hips, all betw. two oak trees also ppr. (Meyer). In pretence, Per pale arg. and sa., a chev. betw. three mason's squares all counter changed (Masor). Crest, On a nest gu. a pelican in piety feeding her young or.

5. On a tablet in the nave to George Gould, Esq., of King's Villa, near Pontefract, d. June 3rd, 1838, in his 47th year,. He was son of Thomas Gould, Esq., Senior Bencher and Treasurer of the Middle Temple. Arms (tinctured) Gu., a lion ramp. or. betw. three scrolls? arg. (@ouldt). Imp. Per pale gu. and az., on a chev. embattled arg. three estoiles sa. (Carr). Crest, A demi-lion ramp. or. holding betw. its paws a scroll as in the arms.

6. The same as last, but on a tomb in churchyard and untinctured.

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7 *DAW GREEN ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST,

No Armoriircs.

6th, 1892.

DEWSBURY ALL SAINTS,

AuvausT 20th, 1891.

1. On an exterior buttress (modern) south side of Church-

On a bend three owls, over all badge of Ulster. Crest, On a wreath an owl (Savile, of Howley). Arg., on a bend sa. three owls of the field. Crest, An owl as in the arms. B.

z. In a window north transept (early 15th'cent.)-

Checquey or. and az,. (De Warrenne).

3. Quarterly arg. and gu., in the 2nd and 3rd quarters a fret or. over all a bend of the last (Despencer ).

4. Erm., a saltire gu. (Scargill).

5. Arg., a bend gu. all within a bordure compony or. and az. ( . . .?)

6. Or., on a chief indented az. three plates (Latham).

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7. Mural tablet in nave to Thomas Haigh, of Ballcliff, near Scarborough, d. Aug. 4th, 1819, aged 81; and Martha, his wife. Arms (untinctured) A bend, on a chief gu. three birds. Crest lost. (Haigh).

Haigh, Arg., a bend az., on a chief gu. three martiets of the field,. Crest, A martiet arg. B.

8. Mural tablet in north aisle with Latin insc. to John Peebles, of Dewsbury, Armiger, d. Id. Martii 1° 1684, st. 54; and his wife, Ann. Arms (untinctured) On a chev. engr. betw. popin- jays a cingfoil (Peebles) imp. A saltire engr. (. . . ?) Peebles, Arg. on a chev. engr. sa. a cingfoil or.? betw. three popinjays vert. beaked and membered gu.

g. On another south side of nave to Arms (untinctured) A chev. betw. three saltires. Crest, A demi-lion, holding in its paws a saltire (Greenwood). Greenwood, Sa. a chev. betw. three saltires arg. Crest, A demi-lion or. holding betw. its paws a saltire arg. B.

ro. On another in north aisle to Marmaduke Rookes, Gent. (son of John Rookes, of Royd's Hall, Bradford, and Elizabeth Cooke, his wife, dau. and heiress of Marmaduke Cooke, of Leeds), and Jane, wife of Marmaduke, dau. of William Turner, of Wakefield, Esq., d. April oth, 1721; her husband d.

Aug. 27th, 1724. Arms (tinctured) Quarterly I. and IV., Arg., a fess

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sa. betw. three rooks ppr. (Rookes). II. and III., Arg., on a fess vert. betw, three crescents gu. as many martlets or.? (Cooke, of Leeds). Imp. Erm., a cross

quarter pierced sa. and charged with four millrinds or. (Turner, of Wakefield).

11. On another to John Turner, Esq., d. Sept. 15th, 1758, aged 76. Arms (tinctured) Turner.

12. In the tower- Royal Arms temp. George III.

13. On a slab in tower- Quarterly I. and IV. Rookes. II. and III. Cooke.

14. On nave roof- _ On a bend three roses (Carey).

Carey, Arg., on a bend sa. three roses of the field. B.

15. On a large tablet in tower to Mr. William Walker, who endowed a charity school at Daw Green, is a blank shield, but no charges.

DEWSBURY ST. JOHN,

MopeRnN, No

*DEWSBURY ST. MARK,

no ArmoriaLrs.

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*DEWSBURY MOOR,

MopsaRrn, no ArmMorIiaLs.

*EARLS HEATON ST. PETER,

No

*EAST THORPE ST. PAUL,

Mopern, no ArmMoriars.

EMLEY ST. MICHAEL, Oct. 27th, 1890.

In the east window are five shields-

1. Lozengy arg. and gu. (Fitzwilliam) imp. Az., a maunch or. (Conyers).

-#. - Fitzwilliam. 3. As 1.

4. Fitzwilliam imp. Quarterly I. and IV. Sa., a chev. az. betw. two others or. (Chawortk). II. and III. Arg., an inescutcheon sa. in an orle of cingfoils gu.

(20. .?) 5. Fitzwilliam.

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, II

Nos. 1 and 4 are figured W.W., p. 430. The window dates about 1540. The shields are in situ.

6. In a south window is a figure of St. Michael wearing a tabard charged with a cross gu.

7. On a painted wooden tablet to Dorothy, wife of the Rev. John Brooke, D. D., Precentor of York, d. Feb, 6, 1614, aged 38. Arms (tinctured) Or., a cross sa. on a chief az. three fleur-de-lis or. Crest, A mural crown or. and thereon a brock pass. ppr. Esquire's helmet and mantling (Brooke.t)

8. On a stone slab to Richard, son of Richard Asheton, of Kirkby, gent., and Beatrice, his wife, d.

Nov. 26th, 1684, aged 16. Arms (untinctured) A mullet, another in chief for

difference (Asheion) imp. Two bars, on the upper a

crescent (. . .) Asheton, Arg., a mullet sa. . B.

g. On another, much worn, to Elizabeth, widow of Thomas Bowdon, of Bowdon Hall, Derbysh., Esq., _d. Jan. 4th, 1706, and dau. of Will. Bosseville, of Gunthwaite, m. 1st John Allott, of Bentley, Gent., by whom she had issue John, Elizabeth, and Mary ; their Father d. Dec., 1675, Mary, their dau., m. Godfrey Copley, of Skelbrook, Esq., d. s.p. Arms (in a lozenge) defaced, tierced in pale, I. A plain fess cotised by four bars wavy 11. Five

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fusils conjoined in fess, in chief three bears' heads erased (Bosseville or Bosvile). III. Quarterly in the first quarter a lion pass. guardant (Bowdon). Bosvile, Arg., five fusils conjoined in fess gu. in chief three bears' heads erased sa. Alloit, Or., a plain fess betw. four barrulets wavy az. Bowdon, Quarterly sa. and arg. in the first quarter a lion pass. guardant or.

On another stone slab to Laurence Farington, Parson of this Church ; and Ann, his wife, dau. of John Allot, of Bentley, by whom he had issue John, Richard, and Ann. He d. Aug. 8th, 1658.

Arms (untinctured, carved) Quarterly of two, per fess, I. three cingfoils (Farington). II. A chev. betw. three leopard's faces (Farington ) imp. Allott.

Farrington, co. Lanc., Gu., three cinqfoiuls arg. P. Sir

Henry Faringion, Arg., a chev. gu. beiw. three leopards' faces sa. P.

II. On another with Latin insc. to John Wigles- worth, of Flockton, gent., d. Oct, 5th, 1676. . Arms (carved) A chev. betw. three maids' heads crined and couped (Wiglesworth) imp. Two bars on the upper a crescent ( . . .?)

12. On another slab in north aisle to Richard, infant son of Richard Wortley, gent., d. July 1st, 1687, aged 3 months. Arms (carved and untinctured) On a bend betw. six martlets as many roundels, Crest, On a helmet

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an eagle's leg plumed at the thigh (Wortley). Wortley, Arg., on a bend betw. siz martiects gu., three

bezants. Crest, An eagle's leg plumed at the thigh with feathers arg. F.

FLOCKTON ST. JAMES THE GREAT,

No Armoriars.

*GILDERSOME ST. PETER,

No ArmoriaLs.

a HANGING HEATON ST. PAUL,

May 2nd, 1891.

On a brass iu chancel to Edwin Rowley, of Gaw- thorpe Hall, and Glassonby Lodge, Cumberland, d. Jan. 30th, 1888. Arms (tinctured) Arg., on a fess sa. three mullets of the first, pierced of the second, betw. as many more of the last pierced of the field. Crest, a mullet, sa. transpierced by a sword in bend sinister arg., hilt and pomel or.

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14 HOPTON UPPER ST. JOHN,

No ArmorIALs.

HORBURY BRIDGE ST. JOHN,

No Armoriars.

Auvcust 6th, 1892.

HORBURY ST. PETER AND ST. LEONARD, May 2nd, 1891.

1. On a tablet in chancel to Sir John Carr, of Askham Parva, who designed and gave this Church to the place " obiit vii, Cal, Martii mpcccvi1. zt. sug LXXXXIIII. Arms (tinctured) Per pale gu. and az. on a chev. embattled arg. three estoiles sa. Crest, A stag's head couped, per fess embattled arg. and gu., attired or. and charged with an estoile of the last (Carr.t)

2. On a hatchment- Carr, a martlet arg. for difference. Imp. Gu., a fess dancetty erm,. betw. three fleur-de-lis arg. . . .?

3. On a tablet to Thomas Dickinson, surgeon, d. March 25th, 1826, and Maria Julia, his dau.

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Arms (tinctured) Arg., a cross formy sa, (Dick- inson).

4. In a window, "We pray you remember Mary Ann | Parker, relict of Thomas Goulbourne Parker | of Browsholme, co. York, elder daughter | and co- heiress of John Francis Carr, of Carr | Lodge, who was born 28th Nov., 1824 | and died 14th July, 1888, in peace. Arms, four shields, Gyronny of eight or. and sa., a bordure undy barruly wavy az. and of the second, charged with twelve fishes naiant in fess ppr. (. . . ?) imp. Carr.

5. Carr.

6. Vert. a chev. betw. three stags trippant or. (Robson of Hemingborough).

7. In a lozenge-

Vert. a chev. betw. three stags' heads caboshed or, (Parker) imp. Carr.

8. On the gallery- T wo keys in saltire (St, Peter).

HORBURY JUNCTION ST. MARY,

No Armoriars.

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16 METHLEY ST. OSWALD, May 18th, 1891.

1. On a tablet in chancel to the Honble. and Rev. Archibald Hamilton Cathcart (son of Charles Smith, Lord Cathcart) Rector of Methley, Vicar of Kippax, Prebend of York, d. Oct. 10th, 1841, in his 78th year. Arms (untinctured) Three crosses-crosslet fitchy issuant from as many crescents (Cathcart). Imp. three bars surmounted by a lion ramp. murally crowned in chief three plates (Fremantle). Cathcart, Az., three crosses-crosslet fitchy issuant from as many crescents arg. B. Fremantle, Vert., three bars erm., surmounted by a lion ramp. gu. murally crowned or., in chief two plates.

2. On another to the Rev. George Goodwin, b. Aug. 20th, 1666, d. Sept. 11th, 1750, Rector of Meth- ley. Erected by Jane (Taplow) his dau. Arms (tinctured) Per pale or. and gu. a lion ramp. betw. three fleur-de-lis counter-changed (Goodwin ).

3. On south of sanctuary is a canopied altar tomb much enriched, with effigies of Sir Robert Waterton, and Cicely Fleming, his wife; in armour both with collars of s.s, ; on the sides of the monument are four shields, and the helmet of the Knight bears a panache of ostrich feathers for crest. Barry of six erm. and gu. three crescents sa.

(Waterton).

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17 4. Waterton imp. Barry of six arg. and az. in chief three lozenges gu. (Fleming ). A 5. Waterton (untinctured).

6. Waterton imp. Fleming (untinctured).

7. On another altar tomb lie the effigies of Sir Lionel, 6th Baron Welles, slain at Towton, March 29th, 1461 ; and his wife Joan (Waterton). The knight wears a tabard with his arms, and on his helmet is a broken crest, a lion pass.?

There are ten shields round the base (Waterton). 8. Or., a lion ramp. double queued sa. (Welles). 9. Welles imp. Waterton. 10. - Welles.

11. Welles imp. Quarterly I. and IV. Sa., a cross

engr. or. (Willoughby). II. and III. Gu., a cross moline or. (Beke).

12. As 11. 13. As 7. 14. As 8. 15. Blank.

16. On another altar tomb with effigies of Sir

John Savile and his two wives ; Jane, dau. of Richard Garth, and Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Thomas Wentworth.

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IIe d. Feb. 2nd, 1606, aged 61. On the sides of the

tomb are six shields. Arg., on a bend sa. three owls of the field beaked

and membered or., a mullet sa. for difference (Savile, of Methley). Imp. Or., two lions pass, guardant betw. three crosses-crosslet fitchy arg. (sa.) Gariék.

17. Suvile imp. Sa., a chev. or. betw. three lions' faces arg. (or.) Wentworth.

18. Quarterly of VIII. I. Savile. IL. Gu., a

cross formy or. (@olear). III. Arg., a bend sa. betw. in chief an eagle displayed vert. and in base a cross- crosslet of the second (Ryshworth). IV. Gu., two bars betw. eight martlets three, two, three arg. (Tankersley). V. Sa., an inescutcheon in an orle of martlets arg. (Chaworth), VI. Arg., on a bend gu. three escallops or. (Eland), VII. Gu., two bars gemelles and a chief

arg. (Thornhill). VIII. Arg., a cross moline sa. (Copley). Crest, An owl differenced by a mullet sa. Motto, JE

VEILLE.

19. As 18, over all the badge of Ulster, The crest without brizure. '

20. Savile imp. Sa., a fess dancetty arg. in chief three mullets or. (Dent).

21. Savile.

22. On a hatchment for Sir John Savile, 1st Earl of Mexborough, who d, 1778.

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T wo shields accolé- Savile.

Savile imp. Quarterly I. and IV. Erm., two bars vert. (De Saval). II. and III. Arg., a chev. betw.

three garbs sa. (Blake). Crest, Savile. Supporters,

Two lions ppr. gorged and chained or. Motto, BEB FAST.

23. Mural tablet to Charles Savile, Esq., d. June 5th, 1721, aged 65; and Aletheia, his wife, dau. and co-heiress of Gilbert Mellington, of Felley Abbey, Notts., Esq. She d. June 24th, 1756, aged 76.

Arms (tinctured) Quarterly of VI. I. Sevile II. III. Ryshworth. IV. Copley, a bend sa. in sinister chief a martlet of the last (Reaclyfe). VI., Arg., a double-headed eagle displayed sa. (M@- lington). Crest, Savile.

24. On a hatchment for John, 2nd Earl of Mex- borough, who d. Feb. 3rd, 1830, aged 68.

Savile, in pretence Gu., on a bend or. three leopards' faces vert. (Sfephenson).

25. On a tablet to the last named Earl- Arms as last, but with supporters and coronet.

26. On the old wooden chapel screen are three shields tinctured, viz., Gu., a bend betw. six heads couped arg., " THomas WoMBwELL."

27. Erm., a saltire engr. gu " WILLS SKARGILL."

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28. Waterton, " yous waTERTON."

29. On a tablet to the Right Hon. Elizabeth, Countess of Mexborough, d. Aug. 9th, 1821, aged 59.

Arms as 24.

30. On another to Sarah, Dowager Countess of Mexborough, d. Aug. 9th, 1821, aged 80.

Arms as No. 22.

31. On another to the Hon. Charles Savile, 3rd son of the ist Earl, d. Feb. 18th, 1807, aged 33. '

Arms (tinctured) Savile imp. . . .?

On shields on the roof- 32, Welles imp. blank.

33. France (modern) quartering England.

34. Waterton imp. Checquey or. and sa. (az.?) a fess

35. Fleming. 36. As g. 37. As 7. 38. As 35.

In the east window, ancient- 39. As 37.

40, As 4.

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41. On a banner suspended from the roof- Arms as No. 18.

42. On a pennon also suspended from the roof, the " Union Jack," with the crest and coronet of Savile, and the legend, PRO PATRIZ.

43. There are also several helmets with the crest of Savile, and small funeral escutcheons, one having the arms of Savile imp. Blake-Delaval, with proper crest and supporters.

44. The corbels of the nave roof are rudely painted (on shields alternately gu. and az.,) with passion symbols, modern.

45. On a buttress south-west corner of nave, as 7.

46. On east wall of the south chantry- Two shields, as 7 and 4.

*MIDDLESTOWN ST. LUKE,

No Armoriars.

MIRFIELD ST. MARY, Auvaust 6th, 1892.

There are no arms in the new Church, but in the tower of the old are the following :

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1. - Hatchment- Arg., on a bend sa. three owls (SaviZe) imp. Gu., a lion ramp. in an orle of crescents arg. (Beaumont, of Whitley). Crest, On a helmet an owl arg.

2. Hatchment, as 1, but without crest.

3. On a tablet to Joshua Ingham, of Blake Hall, d. Jan. 15th, 1814, aged 74. Arms (almost defaced) . . .on a fess . . . or. (Ingham). Ingham, Or., on a fess gu. three escallops of the first. B.

4. On another to Jane, wife of Joshua Ingham, of Knowl, dau. of Richard Shepley, of Over Hall, d. Dec. 22nd, 1798, aged 61, and their children. Arms as 3. __ '

5. Royal arms lettered " G.R." (George I.)

6. On a tablet to Uriah Bradbury, Esq., of Ings Grove, d. March 2nd, 1856, aged 56; and Ann, his wife, d. Sept. 24th, 1857, aged 49. Crest, An eagle rising, charged with a buckle ; scroll lost (Bradbury.t)

7. On a tablet to Samuel Brook, of West Mills, d. Nov. 10th, 1805, aged 64 ; and Martha, his wife, d. Oct. 20th, 1809, aged 65; and 5 children. Arms, Quarterly or. and gu., a cross per pale gu. and sa. Crest, A brock pass. (Brook).

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No Armoriars.

*MORLEY ST. PETER.

1. In a window put in by subscription in 1850-

Gu., two keys in saltire a crown or. (See of York).

2. Arg., on a saltire gu. two keys in saltire wards downwards or. on a chief of the second a holy lamb ppr. (See of Ripon).

NORMANTON ALL SAINTS. May 2nd, 1891.

Robert, son of Thomas Levett, of Normanton, gent.,

d. March 29th, 1687, aged 29; and Richard, son of William Mallet, of Normanton, d. May ast, 1668. A. &]J.J. Three shields.

A fess crenelle betw. three lions' heads erased (Levett).

2. Quarterly I. and IV. A chev. betw. three round buckles (Maillet). II. Erm., thrée cheys. (Peytevin.t) III, On a bend three geese (Russell. t)

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T.]. Russell, Gu., on a bend arg. three geese sa. A. &T.]. Vavasour, Or., a fess dancetty sa. B.

4. On a tablet in south east corner to Jacob Favell, Gent., and Elizabeth, his wife, dau. and hefress of Richard and Lydia Redman, from which stock are . sprung Redman, Henry, Lydia, Catharine, Antony, Jacob», and Joshua ; of which, Jacob alone survived, and placed this tablet, 1770. Also Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Bentley, and Joanna, his wife. Buried at Brampton, co,. Hunts.

Arms (tinctured) Quarterly I. and IV. Sa., a chev. betw. three escallops arg. II. and III. Gu., three cushions erm. tasselled or. placed lozenge-wise

(Redman).

5. On tablet in south aisle with Latin insc. to Sarah, wife of John Smith, of Newland, d. May 6th,

1725, aged 42. Arms (tinctured) Per saltire arg. and sa., in middle

chief and in base a trefoil slipped vert. (gu.) Smith, of

Newland., In pretence, checquey arg. and az., a fess erm. (Sculthorpe). A. & T.J.

6. On another to James Torre, Esq., of Snydale, d. July 31st, 1699, aged 49; and Annie, his wife, dau. of Nicholas Lister, of East Rigton, d. Feb. 6th, 1741,

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in her 75th year; also a dau., who m. James Smith, of Cawood, Gent., d. 1730, aged 32; also Nicholas Torre, of Snydale, Barrister-at-law, d. March 4th, 1749, aged 55; also Aune Torre, d. Jan. 11th, 1758, aged 63.

Arms (tinctured but defaced) Sa., a tower or. within a bordure vaire (Torre).

7. On another to John Smith, Esq., of Newland, d. May 26th, 1746, in his 6oth year; Anne, his wife, d. April 28th, 1750, in her 42nd year; also Anne and Christopher, their children.

Arms (tinctured) Smith. Crest, Out of a crest coronet or. a boar's head az. armed and crined or. langued gu.

8. On another to Sir John Sylvester Smith, Bart., d, June 23rd, 1799, aged 55 years; and Dame Maria, his wife, d. Dec. 19th, 1795, aged 60; Charlotte, his dau., d. March 27th, 1786, aged 38; also John Sylvester and John Christopher, who d. infants ; William, brother of above, d. Oct. 27th, 1773, aged 35.

Arms (tinctured) Quarterly I. II. Per chev. crenelle or. and az., three woodcocks sa. beaked and membered gu. III. Az., a bend betw. two stags' heads couped or. (Haworth). IV. Arg., a mullet sa. pierced of the field (Ashfor). Imp. Arg., a bend engr. sa. betw. three annulets gu. (Dodsworth). Crest, as 7. Motto, PRO LEGE SENATIUM.

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9. On another to Sir Edward Dodsworth, Bart., b. Aug. 13th, 1768, d. Dec, 24th, 1845, aged 77; also Ann Maria Smith, b. June 1oth, 1766, d. Dec. 26th, 1847, aged 82. Arms, Quarterly I. quarterly 1 and 4, Dodsworth. 2 and 3, Smith. II. Sylvester. III. Haworih. IV. Ashion.

Imp. Gu., a lion pass. guardant or. betw. two roses in pale arg. as many flanches of the second, each

charged with a lion ramp. sa. (Dawkins). In pretence, On the dexter side a stag's head couped. Crests, I. A cubit arm vested and cuffed, the hand ppr., grasping a tilting spear or. (Dodsworth). II. Smith.

In the windows are various shields and fragments collected by a famous painter of glass, named Ward, and presented to the Church of his baptism-

1o. Arg., three pheons sa. (Joles).

11. Gu,, three lions pass. guardant or. (England).

12, England. 13. Gu., a stag trippant or. (Davidson).

14. Arg., on a bend az., three bucks' heads caboshed or. ensigned with a coronet; below this legend, com®s DERBIE (Séaniey).

15. Gu., a bend betw, six crosses-crosslet fitchy arg. with coronet and legend comrs . . . (Howard).

16. Quarterly France and England, within the

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garter, ensigned by the 1mperial crown.

17. Arg., a chief gu. (Worsley).

18. Az., an episcopal staff in pale or. ensigned by a cross patty arg. surmounted by a pall of the last charged with four crosses formy fitchy sa. edged and fringed or. (See of Cunterbury) imp. Quarterly gu. and erm., in dexter chief and sinister base a goat's head

erased arg. armed or. Ensigned with the Archiepiscopal mitre.

19. Quarterly I. and IV. Or., a lion ramp. az. (Percy). II. and III. Gu., three lucies haurient arg. (Lucy) ensigned by an earl's coronet.

20. Erm., on a chiefindented vert. three griffins' heads erased or. (Chaplin).

21. Gu., three crowns or.

22. Erm., a squirrel sejant gu. cracking a nut or. (Squire) imp. Per pale sa. and arg. three lions pass. guardant counter-changed (Ashill ?) Crest, Two wings erect arg. betw. them a bunch of grapes ppr.

23. On a silver two handled tankard are engraved two shields. On a bend three owls (Savile). Imp. On a cross five pheons (Harrison). Crest, An owl.

24. - Favell, a crescent for difference. Savile, Arg., on a bend sa. three owls of the field, Harrison, Or., on a cross az. five pheons of the first.

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This strange cup was given to the Church by Thomas Henry Favell, of Pontefract.

25. In the Churchyard is a broken slab. Insc., In memory of Elizabeth Levett, wife of Mr. Thomas Levett, and daughter of the Rev. Mr. Wm. Kayl, Vicar of Kirkby Wharfe, by his 2nd wife, Ruth, daughter of Ralph Sutton, Esq., of Knapton. She died October 13th, 1766, aged 79 years.

Arms (in a lozenge) . . . (Leveit) imp. a chev. & (Kay!)

OSSETT HOLY TRINITY, May 2nd, 1891.

I. In the vestry, the Royal Arms temp. George III., formerly in the old Church.

2. On the capitals of the nave pillars are carved a series of passion symbols.

OSSETT (SOUTH) CHRIST CHURCH,

No ArmMoRIALS.

May 2nd, 1891.

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No Armor1ars.

OULTON ST. JOHN.

1. On a wall tomb in the chancel in memory of John Blayds, of Leeds and Oulton, Esq., Founder of this church, died Feb. xxi. mpcccoxxvi1. fn the LxxIv. year of his age ; and Mary, his wife, died May xi. MDCcccxxxv. aged Lxxvii1.

Arms (tinctured) Az., a chev. erm. betw. in base a sword erect in pale arg. hilt and pomel or., on a chief

of the third, a pallet gu. charged with a garb of the second, all betw. two leopards' faces of the field

(Blayds). Imp. Paly wavy of six arg. and gu. (Downes).

Arms in vestry windows-

2. Blayds imp. Gu., on a chev. or. betw. three feathers sa., as many pellets (Fetherston).

3. Blayds, in pretence Arg., a cross engr. per pale or. and sa. (Brooke ?)

4. Fetherston, in pretence Gu., a garb arg. (Gros- venor).

5. Sa., an inescutcheon in an orle of owls arg. (Calverley) in pretence

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7. - Blayds imp. Downes.

*RAVENSTHORPE ST. SAVIOUR,

No ArmoriaLrs.

ROTHWELL HOLY TRINITY.

1. On a tablet in the chancel with Latin insc. to Francis, son of Sir Ferdinand Legh, ob. Nov. 23rd,

1715. Arms (tinctured) Arg., two bars sa., over all a

bend gu. (Legh).

2. On another with Latin insc. to John Hopkinson, of Lofthouse, ob. " Pridie Kal. Mar." 1731. Vert., three pillows erm. (Hopkinson).

3. In vestry window (modern);- Az., a lion ramp. or. betw. three fleur-de-lis arg.

(North ?)

4. Az., a chev. gu. betw. three stags' heads caboshed arg. ( . . . ?)

5. On a tablet north choir aisle, with Latin insc. to Robert West, ob. 1662, wt. 71.

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Arms (untinctured) A fess dancetty betw. three crescents, another for difference (West). | West, Arg., a fess danceity betw. three crescents sa.

6. On a tablet north aisle to Walter Vavasour, of

Heath, Esq., d. Nov. 18th, 1820; and Ann, who d. Dec. 2nd, 1821.

Arms (tinctured) Arg., on a fess engr. sa. a crescent of the field (Vavasour) imp. Arg., on a bend betw. six martlets gu. three bezants (Woriley) Crest, A cock

gu.

7. On a brass to Peter Collings, of Methley, son and h. of Robert Collings, of Killwick-in-Craven, d. Oct. 26th, 1682.

Arms A chev. betw. three saltires. Crest, A griffin segreant (Collings).

In a north aisle window-

8. Arg., on a chev. gu. betw. three lions ramp. sa. as many lozenges or. Crest, Issuant from clouds ppr. a dexter arm habited or. cuffed arg. holding in the hand a pheon sa. For Maria, wife of Mark Favell, b. October 29th, 1742 ; m. July 20th, 1807.

9. Gu., two keys in saltire, and in chief a crown or. (See of York) imp. Az., on a chief or. a demi-lion issuant gu. (Markham, Archbp. 1777-1807).

10. Sa., a fess erm. betw. three bells arg. (Bell)

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imp. Quarterly per cross arg. and sa. a cross counter-

changed (Coulthart). John Bell, A.B., Vicar, 1829.

11. Gu., a lion pass. guardant arg. crowned or. On an esquire's helmet and wreath an armed hand grasping a tilting spear all ppr. William Lyley, nat. 1615 ob. 16835.

12. Paly of six arg. and az., on a chief gu. a lion pass. guardant or. in dexter chief a cingfoil of the

first. William W. Blackwell, Curate a.p. 1851.

13. On a stone ledger to Wm. Lyley, gentleman, of Lofthouse, d. Nov. 6th, 1685, aged 70.

Arms as 11, but untinctured.

14. On a tablet in south aisle to Joseph Dobson, Esq., of Woodlesford, d. June 5th, 1865, aged 61; Sarah, his wife, d. June 25th, 1836, aged 69 ; Shep- perd Dobson, Esq., his son, d. Oct. 20th, 1831, aged 36; John, his son, d. Feb. 1th, 1883, aged 58; and Margaret and Joseph, his brother and sister.

Arms (untinctured) A fess nebuly betw. six fleur- de-lis. Motto, VIRTUTE ET LABORE,.

Dobson, Arg., a fess betw. six fleur-de-lis gu. B.

15. On another to William Harrison, b. Feb, 13th, 1785, d. July 7th, 1831; Ann, his wife, b. March

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d. April 21, 1747. Arms, Az., three demi-lions ramp. or. Crest on a

wreath, A demi-lion holding a laurel branch vert. (Harrison).

16, In a window near last- Harrison a dexter canton arg.

17. - Harrisoninmp. Harrison.

18. On a brass in nave to George Burnell; and Elizabeth, d. Jan. 6th, 1713; aiso Mrs. Jane Burnell, d. April 1st, 1780. Arms, A lion ramp. in a bordure (DBurneli). Burnell, Arg., a lion ramp. su. in a bordure uz. B.

19. On a tablet to Robert Harrison, of Rothwell Haigh, d. Dec. 16th, 1827, aged 22.

Arins (tinctured) Harrison imp. or. u.

Cr & 20. On a slab to Ellinor, dau. of Heury Gascoigne,

of Thorpe, wife to Arthur Ihgram, Esq., of Knotting- ley, d. 1663, aged 24.

Arms (untinctured) On a ifsss three escallops imp. On a pale a pike's head couped and erect (Gascoigne). Ingram, Erm., on a fess gu. three escallops or. B.

Gascoigne, Arg., on a pale sa. a pike's head couped and erect? or. - B.

21. On the roof- V avasour.

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A fess in chief three mullets (Dyneley).

Dyneley, co. York, Arg., a fess sa. in chief three mullets of the last. B.

24. On an altar tomb in churchyard to John, son of Richard and Ann Humble, d. July 14th, 1765, aged 5 months. Arms (tinctured by lines) Sa., a stag trippant or. a chief indented of the last. Crest, A stag's head erased (Humble).

SANDAL MAGNA ST. HELEN, SEPT. 30th, 1890.

On a tablet north wall of chancel to Margaret, wile of Gervas Norton, Gent., dau. and co-heiress of Robert Waterhouse, d. March 2nd, 1720, aged 29.

Arms (tinctured) Az., a maunch erm. over all a

bendlet gu. (Norton). In pretence Or., a pile engr. sa. ( F' aterhouse).

2. On another to Joseph Charlesworth, of Loft- house, Esq.. d. Feb. 15th, 1845, aged 61; and Jane, his wife, d. July 9th, 1864, aged 69. Arms (untinctured) Erm,, a chev. fretty, betw. in

chief two eagles displayed, and in base a mascle. Crest, a demi-eagle wings elevated fretty, in the beak

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a mascle. Motto, jusTITI& ET vERITUVS. (Charlesworl/h). Charlesworth, Erm., a az. fretty or. betw. in chief two eagles displayed sa. anu in base a mascle of the last. Crest, A demi-eagle sa. wings elevated, fretty or. in the beak a mascle of the last.

3. On another to Thomas Gill, and Margaret, his wife, dau. and co-heiress with her sister Anne, of Gervas Norton, of Kettlethorpe, 1785; John Gill d. Nov. 28th, 1786, in the 74th year of his age.

Arms (tinctured) Norton imp. Sa., on a bend or. three mullets of the first, on a canton az. a lion pass. of the second (Fill). - Legend, avi NUMERANTVR AVORVM.

4. On two carly 16th century bench ends- Quarterly I. and IV. A lion ramp. (Percy). 1II.and III. Three pikes haurient a martlet for difference (Lucy) imp. A chev. betw. three trefoils (Frost) imp. On a bend three roses (Amyas).

Percy, Or. a tion ramp. az.(for Louvaine). Luy, (u., Three lucies haurient arg. Frost, Arg., a chev. betw. three trefoils vert. Amyas, Arg., on a bend doubly ectised sa. three roses of the ficld.

5. Quarterly of VI. I. Quarterly 1 and 4, Percy. 2 and 3, Lwy. II. Five fusils conjoined in fess a martlet for difference (Percy). III. Barry of six, a bend (Poynings). IV. 'Three lions pass. in pale a bend (Fiizpaeyne). V. 'Three piles meeting in base

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three lions pass. in pale arg. a bendlet az. Bryan, Or , three piles meeting in base or.

There is the following inscription (the initial letter enclosing the Percy badge (a fetter lock in a crescent) Brats pro bono statu "Jaselyngy Ryroy, Armegery.

6. Modern shields carved on pew front- A saltire (for Neville). '

7. A lion ramp. in an orle of crescents (Beaumont). 8. A cross patonce voided (Pilkington).

g. Quarterly France and England a label of three points, each point charged with as many roundels (Lancaster). '

1o. Checquey (De Warrenne). Neville, Gu., a saltire arg. B. Beaumont, of Whitley, Cu., a lion ramp. in an orle of nine crescents ary. - Pilking- ton, Arg., a cross putonce voided gu. De Waurremne, Checquey or. and az.

11. On a brass in south transept to Catharine Mary, widow of Joze Louis Fernandez, Esq., dau. of

*He m. Margaret, dau. and h. of Walter Frost, of Bever- ley, d, 1530.

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George Hutchinson, Esq., of Whitton House, Dur- ham ; and Charlotte Barbara Dawson, his wife ; she d. Sept. 11th, 1877, aged 75.

Arms on three shields (tinctured by lines) Barry wavy arg. and az., a dolphin naiant in fess of the first (Fernandez).

12. Quarterly I. and IV. Gu., semy of cross crosslets a lion ramp. or. (Hutchinson). II. and III. Az., on a bend engr. arg. three crows ppr. (Dawson).

13. In a losenge- Fernandez imp. Quarterly of VI. I. II. Dawson. III. Arg., a chev. vert. betw. three crescents & _. 2 IV. Arg., on a pile vert. three griffins' heads erased of the field _. . . ?> V. Gu., a chev. betw. three pears slipped -. . . ?> Motto, FINDET Qvas CVNQVE.

In the north transept. Hatchments--

14. - Pilkington, Crest, A husbandman mowing with his scythe vested per pale sa. and gu. hats and hosen sa. Legend, PAX HONESTA GLORIA.

15. Pilkington, ln pretence, Quarterly I. Arg., a cross formy fleuretty sa. surmounted by a bend engr. gu. (Swinnerton). II. Sa., a chev. betw. three leopards' faces or. (Wentworth). III. Per pale az. and gu., a castle triple towered or. (Rawstrorne). IV. Arg., a cross moline sa. (Copley). Crest, as 14.

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16. On a cast iron slab in nave to Sarah Beau- mont, d. July 14th, 1695; Frances d. Jan. 31st, 1705 ; Ann d. Aug. 4th, 1710, dau. of George Beaumont, of Chapelthorpe. Arms, Beaumont. Crest, A bull's head erased. Motto, FIDE SED CVI VIDE.

17. On another iron slab to William Beaumont, d. Sept. 28th, 1695; John, d. July 26th, 1695, sons of George Beaumont, of Chapelthorpe. _ Arms as 16.

18. On a tablet south aisle, to Rev. William

Wood, M. A., of Woodthorpe, d. June 16th, 1825, in his 64th year.

Arms (untinctured) Three woodmen ambulant in fess ppr., holding in the dexter hand a shield charged with a cross, and in the sinister a club resting on the shoulder imp. a fess dancstty betw. three wolves' heads couped (West). Crest, a woodman as in the arms. Wood, of Barnsley, Az., three woodmen amltulant in fess ppr., in their dexter hand a shield arg. charged with a cross gu., und in the sinister a club resting on their shoulder also ppr. - West, Arg., a fess duncetty betw. three leopards heads sa.

1g9.. On auother to Elizabeth Dorothy, dau. of Charles Zouche, A. M., Vicar of Sandal, d. March 19th, 1792, aged 52 years.

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Arins quite defaced.

20. In the west aisle, on a tablet to Samuel Wood, Esq., of Woodthorpe ; and his wife, dau. of Richard West, of Wakefield, Mcht.; he d. in 1792, aged 67; she d. Oct. 18th, 1782, aged 36.

Arms Wood imp. Per chev. gu. and arg. six martlets counter-changed (West).

21. On a tomb in Churchyard near vestry door to Edward Green, of Wakefield, b. Jan. 6th, 17566, d. Dec. 30th, 1865; and his wife, Mary Ann Ironside, b. Nov. 18th, 1796, d. Aug. 27th, 1866 ; and their children, Thomas, b. Dec. 7th, 1822, d. 1823 ; Sophia, b. Dec. 31st, 1823, d. 1824 ; Lydia Hannah, b. Oct. roth, 1824, d. 1829; Mary Carter, b. Oct. 15th, 1827, d. 1830; Charlotte, b. March 4th, 1833, d. 1833; Ada, b. Jan. 8th, 1838, d. 1838; George, b. Sept. 2nd, 1839, d. 1840; Jane, b. July 12th, 1835, d. 1851.

Arms, Three bucks trippant (Green). Green, Az., three stags trippant or.

22. On a cross to John, second son of John Wat- son, Esq., of South Hiendley, d. at Birkdale Park, June 15th, 1868, aged 57; and Eliza, his wife, d. Oct. 9th, 1877. Arms, On a chev. betw. three martlets as many

crescents (Watson) imp. A bend vairy betw. six peli- cans ( . . ?) Crest, A griffin's head erased holding in his beak an olive spray. Motto, FIRM AXD TRUE.

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Watson, of Hiendley, Arg., on a chev. engr. az. betw. three martlets sa. as many crescents or. Crest, A griffn's head erased arg. ducally gorged or.

THORNHILL ST. MICHAEL, AuvoustT 6th, 1892.

1. In the east (Jesse) window of chancel, erected by the Rev. Robert Frost, 1499. Quarterly I. and IV. Arg., on a bend sa. three owls or ? (Kavile). II. and III. Arg., two bars gemelles and a chief gu. (Thornhill). Crest, on a helmet, a maid's head arg. crined and crowned or.

2. Savile imp. Arg., six fleur-de-lis a chief indented or. (Paston), Crest, on a helmet and wreath, Arg. and sa., an owl arg.

3. Arg., a chev. gu. betw. three trefoils slipped az. Crest on a wreath, Arg., and gu., a bearded head betw,. two palm branches vert. (Frost).

4. Az., a cross staff or. ensigned with a cross patty and surmounted by a pall arg. fringed and bordered of the second, charged with five crosses- crosslet fitchy sa. (See of York, imp. Vert.,

three stags trippant arg. attired or. (Scoff, Archbp. 1480-1500). '

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6. Or., a Holy lamb ppr. the flag charged with a cross gu. (ancient).

7. Paly of four sa. and arg., on a bend gu. three mullets or. (Hebeltkhwayle.t)

8. Suvile quartering Thornhill each differenced by a label of three points arg.

9. Arg., a fess gu. betw. three eagies displayed sa. (Ledes). All these are beautifully diapered.

In south chancel aisle- ro, On a bend betw. two cotises three roses (Amyas) imp. Arg., six pellets three, two, one (Lacy).

11. On a stately uninscribed monument with efhigies of Sir George and Lady Savile, the former in armour.

On the pediment on each side are these arms (tinc- tured)Savile imp. Sa., a chev. betw. three lions' {aces or. (Wentworth) and a plain panel with a blank shield and the crest of Savile.

12. On a slab in chancel to Mrs. Margaret Trappes, dau. of Sir Francis Trappes, of Nidd, Kunt., d. at London, Oct. 16th, 1701, in her 83rd year. « Died a virgin."

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Treppes, Arg., three caltraps sa. 13.

13. On a brass fastened to a pillar, north side of chancel, to Philip, son of John Waterhouse, of Halifax, Esq., " Maister of Ares, sometime Fellow of Univer- sity Coil., Oxon.," d. Jan., 1614, aged 56; and Hellen, his wile, dau. of Richard Lacye, of Cromwelbotome, sq. Arms (tinctured) Quarterly of VI. I. Or., a pile engr. sa. (Wazerhouse). II. Bendy of six gu. and vaire (Longraie. t) III Or., on a bend sa. three . . . gu. (+ _._ _.?) IV. Bendy of six erm. and gu. (Gules 2) V. Arg., a lion ramp. gu. debruised by a bend or. (- . .?) VI. as I. Imp. quarterly, I. Sa., a lion ramp. or (Lacye). II. Quarterly arg. and gu., a bend az., over all a label of five points arg. (Witheringion ?) I1I. Arg., six pellets, three, two, one sa. (Lacy). IV. Arg., a bend compony gu. and sa. (Leventhorpe ?)

Above this shield is on the dexter a small one for Waterhouse, with crest, An eagle's leg plumed at the thigh or. Motto LIsERABIT. - On the sinister is a lozenges with the shield of Lacye, surmounted by

the Lacye kiuct.

In the north (Savile) chantry-

I5. An effigy in chain mail, genoullieres and jupon, has a dexter shield, now blank, probably for a of the Thornhill family, c. 1286.

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16. A fine altar tomb of alabaster has effigies of a knight and lady, perhaps for Sir Thomas Savile, who d. 1449; and Margaret, his wife, dau. of Sir John Pilkington. Bound the tomb are many statuettes, some with blank shields. 'The knight's head rests on a helmet, with crest as No. 1, Hs wears the Yorkist collar of suns and roses, with a lion pass. as pendant.

17. A beautiful oaken monument shows the effigy of Sir John Savile (d. 1504) in full armour and helmet; and his two wives, in kirtles and cloaks, viz., Alice Vernon and Elizabeth Paston. Round the edge is this inscription "Bunys smunge stonys lys here ful styl qwylste the sawle wanderis were that Hod wy! in &uno Wani. KRéillima quingentissimna vigesima nona." Below are these shields, all tinctured.

Savile imp. Arg., ona pale sa. a conger eel's head couped and erect or. (@uscoigne).

18. Savile imp. Arg., a cross patonce gu. voided of the field (Pilkington).

19. Savile imp. Arg., fretiy sa. (Hurington ?)

20. Sevile imp. Arg., a fess betw. three fleur-de-lis gu. (Baildon).

21. Savile imp. Or., on a fess gu. three gatbs of the field (Vernon.t)

22. Savile imp. Pasion.

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23. Pane of glass in chapel screen bears-

Quarterly of IX. I. Savile. II. Gu., a cross formy or. (@ulcar). III. Arg., on a bend gu. three escallops or. (Tunkersley). IV. Chaworth). V. Gu., a fess engr. betw. six billets or. (Deincourt). VI. Gu., two bars betw. six martlets arg. (Eland). VII. Thornhill. VIII. Haringiton, a canton sa. IX. Savile. Surmounted by coronet and crest of Savile. Supporters, Two lions arg. gorged or. Motto, see rast. Mantled erm. and gu. Date of pane, 17th cent.

24. On a large mural monument with effigy in armour to Sir George Savile, and Bart.. of Thornhill ; m. ist, Lady Mary, dau. of George, Earl of Shrewsbury, and 2nd, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Edw. Ayscoghe, of South Kelsey, Knt.; he d. Nov. 12th, 1622, aged 71. "The said dame Eliz. by her last will and testament, appointed this monument to be erected."

Arms, On the dexter, imp. Gu., a lion ramp. in a bordure engr. or. (Talbot).

25. On sinister, Sevile imp. Sa.? a fess betw. three asses pass. or. (Ayscoghe).

26. In the centre Quarterly of VIII. I. Suvile. I1. Golear. III. Arg., a bend sa. betw. in chief an eagle displayed vert. and in base a cross crosslet of the second (Ryshworth). IV. Eland. V. Chaworth. VI. Tankersley. VII. Thornhill. VIII. IX. Or.,

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two chevs. in a bordure gu, platée ? (Basforth ?) X. Gu., three lions pass. guardant or. (Wyceft?) Over all the badge of Ulster. Crest, Suvile.

27. On a tablet to Sir George Savile Bart.

Erected by R. Lumley Savile. Crest, An owl, its dexter foot on a skull.

28. On another of brass and alabaster to Henry Savile, of Rufford, who restored the windows of this Chapel, and d. Aug. 28th, 1881; and Ann, his wife, d. Nov. 21st, 1878. Crest, Savile.

29. On a tablet in tower to the Rev. F. Mitchell, B.D., F.R.S., 26 years Rector, d. April 21st, 1793, aged 68; Gilbert Mitchell, Esq., his brother, d. Nov. 15th, 1792, aged 66. Arms, Az., an escallop betw. three eagles' heads erased or. Crest on a helmet, An eagle's head as in

the arms (Mitchell. t)

30. On another fine tablet in the tower-

Arg., on a bend engr. sa. a cingfoil of the field in chief a mullet of the second.

31. Mural tablet north choir aisle, to William Toone, 40 years Steward of the Yorkshire estates of the Savile family,~d. Oct. 1 5th, 1850, aged 82. Arms (tinctured) Checquey arg. and gu. a fess or. (Toone).

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32. On another to John Copley, Armiger, d. 1745. Latin insc. Arms (tinctured) Arg., a cross moline sa. (Copley).

33. On another, with Latin insc. to John Copley, M.A., Rector, d. June 29th, 1732, aged 65. Arms (carved) Copley imp. A chev. betw. three birds ( . . .)

SHARLSTON ST. LUKE, Oct. 10th, 1890,

No ArmMoriaLs.

*STAINCLIFFE CHRIST CHURCH,

No ARMORIALS.

STANLEY ST. PETER, AucusT 4th, 1891.

In the West window- Arg., three bars gemelles sa, surmounted by a lion ramp. gu. charged on the shoulder with a cross crosslet or. Crest, A lion's head couped gu. charged

with a cross crosslet fitchy or.

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Mary Maude, of Moorhouse, restored and beautified this Church a.p. 1851.

THORNES ST. JAMES, ApriLc 25th, 1891.

Hatchment loose in the vestry- Quarterly I. and IV. England, and Ireland, a label of three points arg., the centre point charged withacross gu. II. and III. Barry of ten sa. and arg., a

bend treflé vert. (Sazony). Supporters, Two lions or. charged with a label of three points arg. Motto, tTrEv UND FEST (Prince Albert).

WAKEFIELD ALL SAINTS, (CATHEDRAL CHURCH) May 23rd, 1890.

In the chancel- 1. On a bench end. On a bend three owls a mullet for difference (Savile) imp. On a bend a martlet betw. two roses, all within a bordure engr. charged with ten plates (Basjorth or Baiforth ?) Crest An elbow

piece and finial ending in an owl. (Fig. Walker's Hist. Cath. Ch. of W.)

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2. On one of the missrere stalls is the badge of Percy, A fetter lock within a crescent.

3. On a tablet near Bishop's throne to William

Ingram, who d. June 27th, 1653 ; and other members of his family. (See Walker's Hist.)

Arms, Erm., on a fess gu. three escallops or.

(Ingram). In pretence, Arg., a chev. gu. betw. three crosses crosslet fitchy sa. (. . .?)

4. On back of Bishop's throne (tinctured by lines) Or., a fleur-de-lis az. on a chicf of the last three celestial crowns of the first (See of IWukefield) imp.

Quarterly I. and IV. Arg., a fess sa. gutty d'or. betw. three wolfs' heads erased of the second (How). II.

and III. Arg., three rooks sa. beaked and membered or. (Waisham).

For Right Rev. William Walshaw How, D.D., the first Bishop).

In the Pilkington chantry. Hatchments-

5. Arg., a cross patonce gu. voided of the field surmounted by a helmet. " This chantry

was founded by Sir John Pilkington, Knt., in ye 15th of ye reign of K. Edw. ye 4th, after ye conquest, by virtue of His Majties letters patent bearing date at Westminster ye 20th day of Dec., a.. 1475.

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6. On another, Pilkington, an annulet for differ- ence. In pretence, Arg., a saltire gu. (NWevil/e). Crest on a wreath arg. and gu., A mower with his scythe vested per pale of the first and second, hat and hosen sa. Motto, FAX HENTIS HONESTZE GLORIA.

7. On another, Arg., a cross patonce az." (gu.) voided of the field imp. Arg., a cross sa. in the first quarter a fleur-de-lis gu. (Eggleton of Grove). Inscribed, "Near this place lies interred the body of Dame Amy Pilkington, late wife of Sir Lyonel Pil- kington, of Stanley, Bart., by whom she bore issue six sons and two daughters." She d. April 4th, 1695, aged 35. Esquire's helmet, crest and motto as 6.

8. On another Pilkington, with badge of Nova Scotia. Crest, etc, as before. For Sir Arthur Pilkington, Bart., d. 1548.

9. Pilkington imp. Per fess az. and gu. a castle

triple towered arg. (Raewstrorne). - Crest, etc., as 8. For Sir Michael Pilkington, Bart., a. 17°89.

10. On another, Pilkington imp. Az., on a fess arg. betw. three ostrich feathers ppr. as many martlets sa. (Tuffnel?). Crest, etc. as before. For Sir Thomas Pilkington, Bart., d. 1811.

II. Quarterly I. Pi/kingion, II. Arg., on a bend az. three escallops of the field (Burrell). III. Ege/eion (*no fleur-de-lis). IV. Gu., three lions ramp. or. (Har- rison) imp. Sa., a chev. betw. three lions' faces or.

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( IVentworth). - Crest, etc. as before. Sir Lyon Pilkington, Bart.

12. On another (Arms in a lozenge)- (the cross not vorded) imp. Rawstrorne. Por Isabeila, wife of Sir Michael Pilkington.

13. On another in tierce, AEgg/eftn, Pilkingtor® and Harrison. - Crest, etc. as before. Sir Lyon Filkington, d. 1714.

14. - Pilkington as before.

15. - Arg., three bars geinelies sa. over all a lion ramp. gu. charged on the shoulder with a cross-crosslet fitchy or. (Marxde) imp. Sa., two serpents entwined in saltire arg. the heads respecting each other (Ne#/efon). Legend, "Resurgam." For Frances Maude, d. of Hannah Nettleton.

16. On a large mural monument with an efligy of Sir Lyon Pilkington, Bart., d. 1714, etc. (See Walker's Hist.) Arms (tinctured) Over this monument is suspended a funeral helmet with sword, gauntlets, and escutcheon.

17. On a tablet to Sig Thomas Pilkington, Bart., d. 1811. Arms and crest of Pi/A:mgton.

In the north chancel aisle- 18. Hatchment, Arg., a cross betw. four fleur-de-

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lis sa. enfiled with a crest coronet or. Crest, a fleur- de-lis (Fenton).

19. On a tablet to Mary, wife of Francis Wheat- ley, d. June 24th, 1707. Arms (tinctured) Quarterly sa. and arg., a fess gu. in the second quarter two, and in the third one, cross

patty of the last (Wakeatley) imp. a chev. betw. three fleur-de-lis sa. (. . .?)

20. On another to Francis Wheatley, d. 1714 ; and Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Mr. Toby Sill, d. 1735. Wheatley imp. Arg., a fess gu. fretty or. in chief in a lion pass. of the second (Sz¥l).

21. On another to William Turner, d. June 21st, 1690, aged 38. Arms, Erm., a cross quarter pierced arg. betw. four fer-du-monlins sa (Zurzer) imp. Gu., on a chev. betw. three martlets az. a cingfoil of the second arg.

22. On a tablet to William Dawson, of Copley Hall, Esq.; and Catharine, his wife, d. 1741. Arms (tinctured) Az., a chev. erm. betw. three arrows or. barbed and feathered arg., on a chiefof the last as many daws ppr., a canton gu. charged with a mullet of the third (Dawson) imp. Per chev. crenelle or. and az., three fleur-de-lis counter- changed

(Edmunds).

23. On another to Ann, dau. of John Waddington, Gent. ; and Sarah, his wife, d. Oct. 29th, 1718.

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Arms (tinctured) Arg., a chev. betw. three martlets gu. (Waddington).

24. On another to Major Francis Smalpage, 3rd Bengal Light Art., drowned near Mizzapoor, July 24th, 1838. Arms (tinctured) Az., an inescutcheon betw. eight martlets or. (Smalpage) imp. Arg., three hunting horns az. (. ..?) Crest, An antelope supporting with its dexter foot a broken lance head or,

25. On the roof- Az., three fleur-de-lis or. (Town of Wakefeld).

26. Az., a dolphin naiant in fess arg. in base a . . . or. (Zernandes) imp. Arg., three covered cups sa. a mullet for difference (Nowell).

27. On the roof of nave. As No. 2.7.

28. Arg., on a saltire gu. two keys in saltire, wards upwards or., on a chief of the second a Holy Lamb of

the field (See of Ripon).

29. Arg., a bend lozengy gu. on a chief az. three escallops of the first ( Camidge).

30. On a brass plate on floor to William Coppin- dale, Junior, d. Sept. 12th, 1726; and Margaret, his

wife. Arms, A mullet on a chief three piles meeting in

homur point (Coppindale.t)

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Coppindale co. York, Arg., a mullet sa. on a chief of the second three piles of the first. P.

In the south aisle- 31. Royal Arms, dated 1773,

32. On a tablet, A :ms, Ingram.

33. On the roof, as 28.

In the north aisle-

34. On a tablet to John Cookson, M.B., d. 1779. Arms (tinctured) Arg., a fess nebuly az. betw. three demi-lions sa. (Cookson) imp. Az., a lion ramp. betw.

three crosses-crosslet or. (, . .?) Crest on a wreath, A demi-lion ramp. crowned.

35. On another to John Ingram, d. 1841. Arms (untinctured) Zngrex.

36. On a tablet to Samuel Disney, M.A., d. 1741 ; and Margaret, his wife, &c. Three shields-

Quarterly of VI. I. Arg., on a fess gu. three fleur- de-lis or., in chief a martlet sa. for difference (Disney). II. Gu., a fess dancetty betw. three escallops or. (Dives). III. Or., a cross vert, (Hussey). IV. Arg., six crosses fitchy sa. three, two, one on a chief az. two mullets or. pierced gu. (CAnfon). V. Per pale az. and arg., a chev. erm. betw. three lions' heads or. (. .?) VI. Az., a cross vaire betw four mullets or. ( . . ?)

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37. In a lozenge imp. Or., a chev. betw, ten crosses crosslet gu. (Proctor).

38. Proctor, and in a lozenge.

39. On another to William Denison, d. 1684 ; and Sarah, his wife. Arms (tinctured) Arg., a bend betw. two fleur-de- lis sa. (Denison) imp. Sa., on a chief arg. three lions' heads erased erm. langued gu.

40. On another to William Lawson, d. 1735. Arms (tinctured) Gu., a chev. betw. three martlets or. (Lawson).

41. On the roof. As No. 28.

In basement of the tower- 42. On a tablet to Richard Witton, d. 1738 ; and Elizabeth, his wife. Arms (tinctured) Sa., a water bouget arg. in chief three plates (Witton) imp. Per pale arg. and sa. a chev. counter-changed (Lawson). Crest, An owl gorged with a crest coronet or. (Witton).

43. On another to Christopher Hodgson, M.D., d. 1768 ; and Elizabeth, his wife. Arms (tinctured) Per chev. crenelle or. and az., three martlets counter-changed (ZZodgson). In pretence, Arg., a fess sa., betw. three rookes ppr. (Rookes).

44. On another to Martha, wife of Capt. Ralph Hanson, &c., d. 1791.

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Arms (tinctured) Or., a chev. checquey arg. and az. three martlets sa. (Hanson) imp. Proctor. Crest lost.

45, On another to Thomas Oates, Esq., d. 1783, etc., etc. (See Walker's Hist.) Arms (tinctured) Arg., two bendlets az. in dexter chief a canton erm. (Oates). Crest gone.

46. On another to Lieut.-Col. William Dundas, d. 1774, and Mary, his wife. Arms (tinctured) Arg., a lion ramp. in a bordure flory counter-flory gu. (Dundas) imp. Arg., three. . .? heads sa. langued gu. (. . .?)

47. On another monument to John Smyth, Arm., d. 1779. (See Walker's Hist.)

Arms (tinctured) Or., on a bend betw. two uni- corns' heads erased uz. three lozenges of the field (Smyth), Crest, Out of a crest coronet or. a demi-bull salient arg., armed and unguled or., gorged with a collar az. charged with three lozenges of the firsf.

48. On another tablet to Wilfrid Lawson, Esq., d. 1735, and Mary, his wife, etc. Arms (tinctured) Quarterly I. and IV. Lawson. II. and III. Gu., two bars or. in chief three bezants(. . ?)

imp. Or., a fess betw. three mullets gu. (Watkinson).

49. On another to Richard Kennet, Esq,, of Cop- ley Hall, d, 1740, etc.

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Arms (tinctured) Quarterly or. and gu., a label of three points sa. each point charged with as many

bezants (Kennet). II. and III. Dawson.

50. On another to Martha, wife of Thomas Fair- fax, of Menston, d. 1706. Arms (tinctured) Arg., three gemelles gu. surmounted by a lion ramp. sa. imp. Az., three lions ramp. crowned or. (Ford).

In the vestry- 51. On mantelpiece (Wakefield Town).

52. Arg., four bars creneile sa. an inescutcheon gu. (Sératon).

WAKEFIELD CHRIST CHURCH,

No ARMORIALS,

AucustT 15th, 1890.

WAKEFIELD HOLY TRINITY,

No ARMORIALS,

AucusT 15th, 1890.

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No ARMORIALS,

Aucoust 15th, 1890.

WAKEFIELD ST. JOHN, AucusT 15th, 1890.

I. On a tablet to Charles Tottenham, son of Benj. Kennet Dawson, Esq., and Catharine, his wife, d. Dec. 4th, 1796, aged 7 weeks; Catharine d. March 10th, 1797, in her 2nd year; Benjamin d. Oct. 30th, 1800, in his 3rd year; William Pownall d. Nov. 16th, 1800, in his 2nd year; John d. Sept. 2nd, 1802, aged 9 days; Benjamin Kennet Dawson, Esq., d. July 8th, 1815, aged 61; Edward d. at Sidmouth, May 15th, 1830, aged 24, and was b. at Axminster; Sarah, 3rd dau. of Thomas Bossvile Were, of Clifton, d. April 13th, 1838; and Richard, their eldest son, d. Sept. 6th, 1850, aged 57, also b. at Axminster. Arms (tinctured by lines) Quarterly I, and IV. Az., a chev. erm. betw. three arrows or. barbed and feathered arg. on a chief of the last a mullet betw. two daws sa. (Dawson). II. and III. Quarterly, in the first and fourth quarters a pheon (Cowper ?)

2, On another to John Kilby, Esq., J.P., Lord Mayor of York ; son of the Rev. Thomas Kilby, In-

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three annulets of the last. Crest on a wreath, An annulet az. encircling a mural crown or. (Kilhy).

3. On another to the Rev. Thomas, son of John Kilby, Esq., of York, 43 years incumbent, d. Sep. 5th, 1863, aged 73; and Mary Anne, his wife, dau. of John Esq., of Scarborough, d. May 1st, 1852, aged 45. Erected by Ralph Hall Kilby, of Montreal. Arms as last. Motto, custopto sacrRuUM.

4. On another to Genl. George Tottenham, 4th son of Charles Tottenham, Esq., of Tottenham Green, co. Wexford, d. March 26th, 1811, aged 88. He m. Katharine, dau. and h. of Mr. Mellard, of Wakefield, | Gent.

Arms (tinctured) Gu., three bars wavy arg. Crest . . .?

5. On another to Augusta Ann, wife of John Hatfeild Kaye, Esq., of Hatfeild Hall; she was dau. of William Wentworth, Esq., of Henbury, Dorset, son of Frederick Thomas, 5th Earl of Strafford ; she d. Aug. 25th, 1802, aged 65; John Hatfield Kaye, Esq., F.S.A., d. May 6th, 1804, aged 72; Francis Hatfield, Esq., d. July ist, 1804, aged 65; Esther, d. April 2nd, 1785, aged 55; Sarah, d. Oct. 26th, 1805, aged 67; Susannah, wife of Ralph Hanson, Esq., d.

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April 4th, 1812, aged 69; Katharine d. July 3rd, 1812, aged 65; Dorothy d. Jan. 31st, 1816, aged 79, brother and sister of John Hatfeild Kaye.

Arms (tinctured) Quarterly I. and IV. Erm., on a chev. engr. sa. three cingfoils or. (Hatjeirld). II. and III. Arg., two bendlets sa. in sinister chief a martlet of the last (Kaye) imp. Sa., a chev. betw. three lions' faces or. (Wentworth).

6. In vestibule-

Royal Arms temp George III.

VAKEFIELD ST. MARY,

No ARMORIALS,

AucusT 15th, 1890.

WAKEFIELD ST. MICHAEL, No ArmorI1aLs,

Auvaust 15th, 1890.

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1. Monument in chancel to Thomas Stringer, of Sharlston, son of Thomas Stringer, and his wife, dau. of Sir John Melton ; he m. Katherine, dau. of Well- bury Norton, of Stanley, Esq., who d. June 22nd, 1707, aged 57. Arms (tinctured) Sa., three eagles displayed erminois (Stringer) imp. Az., a maunch erm. over all a bendlet gu. (Worton). Crest, An eagle's head erased erminois.

2. On roof- Gu., a cross moline or.

3. On tablet in north chancel aisle to John Smyth, Esq., of Heath, d. April 10th, 1771, in his 56th year; he m. Bridget, dau. of Benjamin Foxley ; she d. Feb. 17th, 1800, in her 75th year. Arms (tinctured) Erm., on a bend betw. two uni- corns' heads erased az. three lozenges or. (Smyfk)imp. Quarterly sa. and arg., a fess gu. betw. in second quarter two and in the third quarter one cross patty of the last (Wheatley). In pretence, Barry of six gu. and arg. (Fozley). Crest, Out of a crest coronet or, a demi-bull salient sa.

4. On another to Sarah Caroline, wife of John Henry Smyth, of Heath, dau. of Henry Ibbetson, Esq., d. May 29th, 1811, in her 24th year; also her

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husband, who d. Oct. 20th, 1822, in his 42nd year, _ M.P. for Cambridge University; he m. and Lady Elizabeth Ann Fitzroye, 3rd dau. of George Duke, of

Grafton.

Arms (tinctured) Quarterly I. Smyth. II. Wheatley. 1II. Foxley. IV. Arg., a chev. betw. three escallops sa. (Arthingion ?) In pretence, Gu., on a bend cotised arg. betw. two fleeces or. three escallops of the field

(Ibbeison).

5. On another to John Smyth, of Heath, Esq., who m. Catharine, dau. of Robert Frank, Esq., of Pontefract, leaving Elizabeth and Catharine; he d. July 31st, 1731, in his 46th year. Smyth imp. Az., a saltire or. (Frank).

6. On a tablet in north aisle to Lady G. Ann Smyth (see above) who d. Jan toth, 1799, in her 41st year; and her infant children, John Henry, d. March 15th, 1779, aged 1 month; Caroline Bridget d. Sept. 3rd, 1789, aged 3 months; also the Rt. Hon. John Smyth, Privy Councillor, Commissioner for Admiralty and Treasurer, Master of the Mint, M.P. for Ponte- fract, d. Feb. 12th, 1811, aged 63. Arms, as 4, but imp. Quarterly France and Eng- land, debruised by a baton sinister compony of six pieces arg. and az. (Fitzroye). Crest of Smyth.

7. On a tablet to Mr. John Leak, for 56 years Vicar, d. Feb. 26, 1740, aged 89 years.

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Arms (much defaced) Arg., on a saltire engr. sa. nine annulets or. (Leak).

8, On another to Lieut.-Col. John Thornton, Esq., of the Coldstream Guards, d. Dec. 8th, 1789, aged 65. Arms (tinctured) Arg., a chev. sa. (Thornton, of Thornton).

9. On another to Mr. John Burton, of Heath, d. April roth, 1745, in his 73rd year; he m. Margaret, dau. of the Rev. Mr. Leak; she d. Jan. 19th, 1712, aged 22, leaving issue, Margaret, John, Christopher, and Jane.

Arms (carved and untinctued) A chev. erm,. betw. three owls crowned (Burion) imp. Leak. Burton, Sa., a chev. erm. betw. three owls crowned arg. B.

ro. In a window. Insc. to William Ryley, Nat. a.D. 1615, ob. 1685. Gu., a lion pass. guardant arg., crowned or. Crest, a cubit arm in armour grasping in the hand a mace all sa. the mace chained or.

11. On the font is carved the shield of the Holy Trinity, the shield of the Passion, a cross Calvary, and the Sacred Monagram.

12. On an altar tomb in the Churchyard to John Wales, d. April 28th, 1785, aged 51.

On a chief three pallets. (Wales ?)

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13. On another to Mary, eldest dau. of Peter Ormerod, Esq., of Ormerod, co. Lanc., d. May 26th, 1818, aged 89 years. Arms (in a lozenge) Three bars in chief a lion pass. guardant (Ormerod). Ormerod, Or., three burs and a Zion pass. in chief gu. B.

NotE.-The drip stones of west (tower) window end in shields carved with objects of very peculiar shape, probably unheraldic.

WEST TOWN ST. MATHEW,

No ?

WWHITLEY LOWER ST. MARY AND ST. MICHAEL,

No ArmoriaLs ?

WOODKIRK ST. MARY,

Auvcoust 2nd, 1891.

1. - In the chancel- Royal Arms temp George I.

2. On a tablet to Christopher Hodgson, of Wes- terton, d. June 19th, 1726, aged 50; and Mary, his

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64 wife, d. Jan 27th, 1741, aged 74. Arms (tinctured) Per chev. crenelle or. and az.,

three martlets counter-changed. Crest, On a rock vert. a dove close or. (Hodgson).

3. The finials of the choir stalls are carved with

a garb and the sacred monagram (The badge of Alured Comyn, Prior of Nostell).

WRENTHORPE ST. ANNE,

No

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INDEX.

PAGE PAGE Allott 11, 12 | Carey 2. = 9 Alured Comyn .. 64 | Carr 6, 14, 15 Amyas 35, 41 | Cathcart .. 16 Arthington .. 61 | Chaplin 27 Asheton 11, 25, 26 | Charlesworth ees Ashill ... 27 | Chaworth 10, 18, 21, 44 Ashton 25, 26 | Clifford 20 Atkinson .. _ 2 | Clinton 53 Ayscoghe 44 | Collings 31 Baildon ... 43 | Conyers 10 Basforth 45, 47 | Cooke, of Leeds 9 Beaumont 22, 36, 38 | Cookson ol ~ 53 Beke ».. 17 | Copley 2, 3, 18, 19, 21, 37, 46 Bell ... 31 | Coppindale .. 52 Blackwell .. _ 32 | Coulthart 32 Blake 19, 20, 21 | Cowper 57 Blayds 29, 30 | Davidson ... 26 Bosvile ... 12 | Dawson 37) 51, 56, 57 Bowdon 12 | Dawkins .. 26 Bradbury 22 | Deincourt c. 44 Brook 22 | Delaval 19, 20, 21 Brooke 11, 29 | Denison 54 Bruce - 56 | Dent 18 Brudenell . 56 | Despencer 7 Bryan 35, 36 | Dickinson .._ 15 Burnell .. 33 | Disney 53, 54 Burrell .. 49 | Dives ke 53 Burton ... 62 | Dobson 2s 32 Calverley 29, 30 | Dodsworth 25, 26 Camidge ... - 52 | Downes 29, 30 Canterbury, See of ... 26 | Dundas o- 55

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Dyneley Ldmunds Eggleton Eland England Fairfax Farington Faveli Fenton Fernandez Fetherston Fitzpayne Fitzroye Fitzwilliam Fleming Ford Foxley Frank Fremantie Frost Gascoigne Garth George I. George III. Gill Golcar Goodwin Gould Green Greenwood Grosvenor Gules Haigh Hanson Harington

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PAGE ; 34 % Harrison 51 | Hatleild 49 | Haworth

18, gt, 44 | Hebelthwayts

26, 47 | Hodgson 56 | Holy Lamb 12 | Holy Trinity 24, 27, 31 | Hopkinson _._ 51 | Howard 36, 37, 52 | How .._ 29 | Humble 35, 36 | Hutchinson .. 61 | Hussey Ibbetson Ingham Ingram Joles Kaye Kayl Kennet Kilby

33,43llaacy

e e & IO 5, 17, 20, 21

Lancaster Lathom

Lawson Leak

Ledes Legh Leventhorpe Levett Longvale Lucy Lyley Mallett Markham

PAGE

27, 33) 49 59

25, 26 41 54, 64

41 42 54: 55 23, 24, 28

27, 28, 35

(23, 24

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+ PAGE Maude 46, 50 Mellington .. 19 Meyer 6 Mirfield 3 Mitchell 45 Morton .._ 26 Nettleton ... 2, 50 Neville 3) 36, 49 North .. 30 Norton 34, 35, 60 Nowell 2. 52 Oates 55 Ormerod 63 Parker 15 Passion Symbols 21, 38, 62 Paston 43 Peebles .. 008 Percy 27, 35) 36, 48 Peytevin 3, 23, 24 Piggott 3 Pilkington 36, 37, 43, 48 49, , [50 Poynings 35, 36 Prince Albert ae 47 Proctor 54) 55 Radclyffe .. 19 Rawstrorne 37) 49, 50 Redman 24 Ridsdale Ripon, See of 23, 52 Robinson e.) 15 Rookes 5.4 Rowley 2.0 13 Russell 23. 24 Ryley .. 62 Ryshworth - 18, 19, 21, 44

PA GE Savile 7, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22,

27, 39) 41. 42» 43» 44» 45s 47) 48. Saxony ee 47 St. Michael he.. II St. Peter 2.0 I5 Scargill ...7, 19 Scott ... 40 Sculthorpe .. 24 Shaw e Sill cy Smalpage lc. 52 Smith 24, 25, 26 Smyth 55, 60, 61 Squire ey, Stanley ... 20 Stapylton oe Stephenson 19, 20 Straton c.. 56 Stringer ... bo Swinnerton 37 Sylvester 25, 26 Talbot e 44 Tankersley 18, 21, 44 Taylor 4 Thornhill 18, 21,3: 40 4.1 44 Thornton Thwayte 2, 3 Toone _ c. 45 Torre 600 25 Tottenham - ct Trappes on 42 Tuffnell ~ ~ 49 Turner +9, 51 Vavasour 23), 24) 3!, 33 Vernon ~~~ 43

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PAGE Waddington 52 Wakefield, See of _ ... 48 Wakefield, Town of 52, 56

Wales 62 Walker 30 Walsham 48 Walsham How .. 48 Warrenne 36 Waterhouse 4, 42 Waterton 16, 17, 20, 21 Watkinson --- 55 Watson 39, 40 Welles I7, 20 Wentworth 17, 37, 41, 50, 59 West 31, 38, 39 Wheatley 1, 51, 60, 61

PAGE Wiglesworth x2 Willoughby oy, Wilson, of Crofton ... 5, 6 Witherington -_ 42 Witton 54 Wombwell .. I9 Wood 38, 39 Worsley 22027 Wortley 31, 13 Wright «-. 5, 6 W ycett }. 45 York, See of, ancient ... 40 York, See of 23, 31 Zouche O. 39

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ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA. PART III. Page 13, No. 5-V. add (Athole, Kingdom of). Page 17-add 10. Hatchment-Quarterly I. and IV. Murray quartering, Paly of six or. and sa. (Athol). II. and III. Or., a fess checquey az. and of the field (Stuart). Crest ona wreath, a demi-savage ppr. in dexter hand a sword erect also ppr. and in the sinister a key or. Motto, FORTH FORTUNE AND FILL THE FETTERS. Supporters, dexter a savage ppr. wreathed about ths loins and fettered with a chain about the ankles, Sinister a lion ramp. gu. collared az. and charged with three mullets or. 11. Quarterly I. and IV. Murray. II. and III. Quarterly 1 and 4, Athole. 2 and 3, Stuart. In pretence Quarterly I. and IV. Gu., crusilly fitchy a lion ramp. arg. (Dalton). II. and III. Per pale az. and gu. a bend or. betw. two mullets arg. (Bright). Page 19, No. 5-The imp. is similar to the coat borne by Fitzherbert. ' Page 32, No. 1-The coat in pretence is probably incorrect. It may be Etherington, per pale

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arg. and sa. three lions ramp. counter-changed a chief arg. Page 33, No. 1-For Rectory read Vicarage. Page 42, No. 31-Omit altogether. Page 47, No. 21-Has recently been assigned without sufficient reason, I think, to William Sympson, of Sheffield ; and Elizabeth, dau. of Wm. Linley, of Kingston-on-Hull ; he was aged 31, A.D. 1665. Sympson bore per bend sinister or. and sa. a lion ramp. counter-changed. Linley, of York, Arg. on a chief sa. three griffins' heads erased of the field, in the fess point a trefoil slipped gu. Page 58, last line-Radulphi not phus. Page 59, 2nd line--Read propicietur. Page 64, No. 19, line 12-to their not "this."

Page 64, No. 21-Add tinctures, P. Clarrel, Gu., siz martiets arg. - Aldwarke, Sa., siz marticts arg. Page 66, line 8-Read "expectans.'

PART IV. Page 7, No, 6-Lathom not Latham. Page 10, No. 4-II. and III. add Darcy. Page 13, last line-add (tRowley). Page 19, line 4-read Delaval not De Saval. Page 27, No. 21-add (See of Ely). Page 30, No. 4-There is a glass-painter's error here. Page 7, No. 13-IV. may be Halsey and V. may be

Abott.

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Page 48, No. 3-The shield in pretence may be Kennedy, as that family bore just such arms. Page 52, No. 27-Reads as 25. Page 53, No. 36-V. Ashby bore per pale az. and gu. a chev. erm. betw. three leopards' heads arg. Page 53, No. 36-VI. Arg., a cross vairy or. and of the first betw. four pierced mullets of the second, was borne by Hacker and Hawker. Page 54, No. 39-add (Richardson). Page 60, No. doubtfully heraldic.

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AT STATIONER'6 HALL.]

THE

HERALDRY IN THE CHURCHES

OF THE

WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE,

BY THE

REV. J. HARVEY BLOOM, M.A.

PART V.

HemswortX : C. E. PrintER anp PUBLISHER.

1894.

LONDON : MITCBELL AND HUGHES, 47, warDOUR STREBT.

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EXTRACT FROM GENERAL PREFACE.

As far as the Author is aware no systematic catalogue of Heraldic Insignia at the present time in the Churches of Yorkshire has been printed. It is his object to supply this want, hence it follows that such facts as are recorded will take a catalogue form.

The Churches, whether containing objects of Heraldic interest or not, will be found placed in alphabetical order, under their respective wapentakes, and where these are divided, as Osgoldcross for example is, a separate section will be given for both divisions,. The date of the Author's latest visit to

each Church is subjoined.

The position the arms, etc. occupy within or upon the building, furniture, or monuments, as well as the mode of treatmeut, whether carved, painted, or tinctured by lines, will be briefly described, and such description followed by genealogical facts gathered from the monuments. Every coat of arms will be described once for each Church, and the name of the family to whom it pertains added in italics ; if it should occur more than once it will be referred to by this name alone.

Wherever the tinctures are not upon the original,

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either from design or defacement, they are added in a note, and a letter indicating the authority placed immediately after; a list of these authorities will be found at the commencement. In a few instances in the descriptions, there is some reason to believe the original colour does not now appear, owing to the effect of weather and time ; in such cases the proper tincture is added in a bracket. Those arms not to be found in the copy of " Burke's General Armoury," used for the purpose of the work, have a ¢ placed after the name. A few churches will have, in the the same way, an * affixed, these the Author has not personally visited, but has reason to suppose the information supplied to him is correct. In a few instances genealogical notes will be found printed in italics, These, taken chiefly from " Foster's York- shire Pedigrees," are intended to illustrate the ness of names assigned to the arms.

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PREFACE TO PART V.

The present part although containing the Heraldry of a densely populated district of vast commercial importance is, as its Churches areconcerned, very sparsely endowed with Heraldic Insignia. For while within this district of Upper Agbrigg there are 45 Churches, only 4 of these are ancient, the remaining 41 being the outcome of Churchmen's efforts to pro- vide for the tide of a rapidly increasing population, and is in itself no slight monument of earnest zeal. The Parish Church of the town of Huddersfield contains nothing older than 1570, and scarcely anything prior to 1800, so that the Herald must place before it the series of tombs of the family of Beaumont at Kirkheaton, and the pre- Reformation shields of Kay, at Almond- bury. It may at first sight seem unwise to issue so small a part, but the Author has been led to do so, in order to give a practical proof that the work is progressing. It is intended, if possible, to issue Part VI. in the early autumn, which will probably contain the whole dis- trict of Claro. The Author's warmest thanks are due to the kind aid rendered to him by Mr. G. W. Tomlinson, F.S.A., of Huddersfield, who most generously placed his notes on the Churches of Huddersfield, Kirk Burton, and Kirk Heaton, entirely at the Author's disposal.

Lona MarsTON GRAMMAR ScHooL,

June, 1894.

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ABBREVIATIONS.

or. Gold,. arg.-argent ... Silver. az.-azure .s Blue. gu.-gules .. Red. vert. 2. Green. purp.-purpure | ... Purple. sa. -sable Black. erm. .. -- Ermine. ppr. Proper,. chev. -!. Chevron. engr. Engrailed. ramp. Rampant. pass. .. Passant. d. Died. m. (.. Married. b. .. -. Born. s.p. Without offspring. Between. h. ... Heir. dau. Daughter.

insc. ... Inscription.

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LIST OF AUTHORITIES

UsED IN PREPARATION OF THIS

General Armoury. Sir Bernard Burke, 1845. B. An Ordinary of British Armorials. Papworth, 1854. P. The Book of Family Crests. Washbourne. W. Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire. ]. Foster, 1875. F. Yorkshire Archaological and Topographical Journal. AT.]. A Treatise on Heraldry, British and Foreign. Woodward and Burnett, Edinburgh, 1892. Wood. Her. A Treatise on Ecclesiastical Heraldry. Woodward, Edinburgh, 1894. Wood, Eccl. Her.

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WAPENTAKE

OF

A G B R I G G

(Urprer Division).

Drpicateo By Permission to THOMAS BROOKE, ESQ., F.S.A.

Or Arutrac®s Bripaes, HuppoErsrIELD.

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FYND : KYNN - KNAWNE - KEPE €ister-Haye.

Haye or Hay.

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ALMONDBURY ALL SAINTS. (September 20th, 1892).

In the Chancel- 1. The following ecclesiastical emblems, are upon shields on the modern Reredos, A club (St. James the Great). A sword (St. Paul). T wo keys in saltire (St. Peter), A pilgrim's staff erect in pale, betw. a water gourd and an escallop in fess (SH. James the Less).

2. The Hood mould of the chancel arch terinin- ates in shields, each charged with a cross throughout possibly for SH. George, or the family of Vesci.

3. There also occurs an uncharged shield and another charged with two bendlets (Kay, or Kaye). B. gives Arg., two bendlets, sa. for Kay.

4. - On a mural tablet on the South wall in memory of George Armitage, Esq., who d. Oct. 16th, 1825, aged 78, and Sarah, his wife, who d. July 18th, 1834, aged 86. Arms, Gu., a lion's head erased betw. three crosses- crosslet arg. Crest on a wreath gu. and or., a dexter arm embowed couped at the shoulder, vested or.,

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cuffed arg. bolding in the hand ppr. a sword gu. garnished of the second. (Armilage).

5. Mural brass on the South side in memory of Richard, s. of James Armitage, Esq., by Ann his wife, dau. of William Mountjoy, Vicar of Kirkburton, he d. 1891, aged 83. Arms, Quarterly I. and IV. Armitage. II. and III. Tlhiree escutcheons (Mounljoy). Crests, I. Armitage 1I. Mountjoy, viz., an old man's head or. jessant-de-lis gu. three tnescutcheons gu. B. & P. No crest given, nor in \W .

In the North Chapel- 6. The cast window contains some fine glass of medizval date, viz., 3 shields and a man in a Tabard. (a) With arms of KNuy. (b) The same arms in a shield. (c) Kuy quartering Erm,. a chev. ( . . .?) (d) Kuay imp. Arg. six pellets in pile (For Laci). 7. Ou a slab now fustened upright against the wall is incised the figure of a mau in armour. It commemorates Arthur Kaye, of Woodsome, who d. Oct. 16th, 1585, and married Beatrice, dau. of Mathew Wentworth, Esq., of Bretton. There are two shields, viz. (a) Kay or Kaye. (b) Kay imp. a chev. betw. three leopards' faces (Wentworth).

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8. There is also a very large mural monument to Sir Arthur Kaye, Bart., son of Sir John Kaye, Bart., by his wife Anne, dau. of William Lister, of Thorn- ton ; the said Sir Arthur m. Annie, dau. and co-heir of Sir Samuel Marrow, of Bereswell, in the county of Warwick, Bart., by whom he left a dau., Elfzabeth, who m. the Right Hon. Lord Lewisham. Sir Arthur d. July toth, 1726. Arms (tinctured) Kuye. Crest, On a wreath, arg. and sa., a goldhnch ppr., charged on the breast with a rose gu. (See IF.)

9. On another tablet, to the memory of William Lister, Esq., of Thornton-in-Craven, who had issue Christopher, and Annie, who m. John Kaye, of Wood- some. William d. Oct. 29th, 1701.

Arms, Erm., on a fess sa. three mullets or. (Lister).

In South Aisle- 10, In a window inserted to the memory of George Armitage, Esq., J.P., D.L., of Micinesbridge House, who d. Feb. 19th, 1878, aged 71, are three shields. - (a) Armitage. (b). Erm., on a chief indented sa. three escallops or. (Taylor ). (c) Per pale gu. and az., a lion ramp. arg. in a bordure lozengy or. and vert. (Dowker). Mr. Joseph Armilage m. in 1804 Anne, dau. of Joseph Taylor, of Blackley Hall, co. Lane., Esg.

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George Armilage, son of the above, m. in 1880 Curoline June, eldest dau. of Mr, James Dowker, of North Dalton, E. Riding, Yorks.

On Porch-

11. On the exterior are two shields, viz., (a) On a chev. betw. three fleur-de-lis as many rams' heads couped at the neck ( for Ramsden, the owner of the (b) Quarterly I and II Kaye. 11 and III Erm., on a chev. three martlets. ( . . ?) Ramsden bears arg. on a chev. betw. three fleur-de-lis. sa. as many rams' heads couped at the neck of the first. -B. on a chev. gu. three martlets or. for Parre, co.

Devon, are the only arms P. gives at all similar.

In the Churchyard- 12. On a defaced slab, inscribed Here lyeth the Body of Isaac Wormale of Almondbury, who was buryed the twenty ninth day of May Anno Domini 1642, aged 42 years. Also here lyeth Mary Wormale, his wife

Arms, quite lost. Crest, A demi-griffin ramp. very richly mantled. The arms are not recorded in B. or the crest in IW .

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5 ARMITAGE BRIDGE ST. PAUL,

Ao

BIRCHENCLIFFE ST,. PHILLIP,

No ArnMoRrIALS.

BRADLEY ST. THOMAS.

Shield in the East Az., a saltire engr. erm. charged with an estoile of the field, betw. in chief and base two rocks ppr. and in fess two crescents, the horos towards the centre

arg. (1Haigh of Colne Bridge.)

BROCKHOLES ST. GEORGE,

No Armoriars.

CROSLAND (SOUTH) HOLY TRINITY,

No ArRrmor1ars.

FARNLEY TYAS ST. LUCIUS,

No Armoriars.

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6 GOLCAR ST. JOHN,

No ArmMor1aurs.

IIELME CHRIST CHURCH,

No Armoriaurs.

IIEPWORTH IHIOLY TRINITY,

No ArmMoriaLs.

HOLME BRIDGE ST. DAVID,

No ArmMoriars.

HOLMFIRTH HOLY TRINITY,

The Royal Arms occur in the Chutch temp. George III.

HONLEY ST. MARY,

No ARrimortaLs.

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HUDDERSFIELD PARISH CHURCH, ST. PETER.

The Chancel roof consists of 16 panels, painted with

the arms of English sees, arranged as in the subjoined plan-

x'zxo 9

.

3 | 4 | 12 | II 5 | 6 | 14 | 13 7 | 8 | 16 | 15

1. - Az., a crosier or episcopal staff iu pale arg., ensigned with a cross pateé or., surmounted by a pall throughout of the second edged fringed gold, and charged with four crosses formées-fitchées sa. (See of Canterbury.)

2. Gu., two keys in saltire the wards upwards, arg., in chief a royal crown, ppr. (Fork Modern). See Wood. Eccl. Her. p. 190-191, - These arms ars there stated to have been first used by Archb. Robert Waldeby, 1397-1398, but in pluce of the crown the papal tiara appears but the modern coat was used by Archbishop Bowet 1407-1423.

3. Arg., on a saltire gu. two keys in wards upwards, or. on a chief of the second a paschal lamb ppr. (See of Ripon). See Wood. Eccl. Her. p. 96. The lamb is aerived

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from the seal of the Abbey of Saint Wilfred. at Ripon. The keys from the See of York.

4. Az., a cross betw. four lions ramp. arg. (See of Durham).

See Wood. Eccl, Her. p. 192-193. ®" The bearing, he says, is commonly known as the < Arms of St. Cuthlert, and is attributed to the Monastery of Durham. The plain cross without the lions was borne by Bishop Dudley 1476- 1483 ; Bishop Ruthall used a cross patonce 1509-1523.

5. Gu., three mitres with labels two and one or. (See of Chester).

See Wood. Eecl. Her. 194. Said to hare been the old coat of the Priory. ‘

6. Arg., on a cross sa. a mitre with labels or. (See of Carlisle) See Wood. Eccl. Her. p. 193. These, Mr. Mackenzie Walcot says, were the arms of this Priory.

7. Gu., betw. two pillars arg. the Blessed Virgin standing with arms extended, vested, crowned and nimbed, holding in her right hand an ancient Church all proper. In base the arms of the Island of Man, viz. three legs in armour flexed and conjoined in pairle ppr , garnished and spurred or. (See of Sodor Man). See Wood. Eccl. Her. 196-1974. The figure, he says, is more probably S. Germanus, left Bishop of Man by

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S. Patrick, in 447. Tae pillars are the remains of the architectural canopy under which, on ancient seals, the figure of the Saint or Bishop was placed. -__

8. Or., on a pale engr. gu. three mitres labelled of the field on a canton of the second three bendlets enhanced also of the field. (See of Manchester).

See Wood. Eecl. Her. p. 1935. " The canton in this coat is allusive to the bearings of the City of Manchester, which are Gu., three bendlets enhanced or. on a chief arg., a ship in full sail proper.

9. Per pale gu. and arg., a cross potent and quadrated betw. four crosses patteés all counter- changed (See of Lichfield ). See Wood. Eccl. Her. p. 182.

10. Gu., two swords in saltire arg. the hilts in base or. (See of London). See Wood. Ececl. Her. p. 173.

11. Gu., two keys endorsed in bend, the upper or. the lower arg. their rings interlaced in base, betw. them a sword in bend sinister of the third, the point in chicf, hilted gold (See of Winchester). See TVood. Eecl. Her. p. 174.

12. Gu., three leopards' faces reversed two and one jessant-de-lis or. (See of Hereford).

See Wood. Eecl. Her. p. 182. ®" These are derived from

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the personal arms of S. Thomas de Cantilupe, who was Bishop from 1275-1282."

13. Arg., ten torteaux in pile (See of Worcester). See Wood. Eecl. Her. p. 190. " Assumed from the personal arms of . . ._ Lishop Giffard, 1268-1302."

14. Sa., two keys endorsed in saltire wards in chief arg. (See of St. Asaph).

See Wood. Eccl. Her. p. 187.

15. Gu., three open crowns two and one or. (See

of Ely). See Wood. Eccl. Her., p. 180.

16. Gu., two lions pass. guardant in pale or., on a chief az. the effigy of the Blessed Virgin, seated crowned and sceptred and holding the Holy Child, all of the second. (See of Lincoln). See Wood. Eecl. er. p. 184.

17. The South wall of the Chancel has a tablet to Sir John Ramsden, Bart., of Byrom, and Louisa Susan, his wife, he died July 15th, 1839.

Arms, Arg., on a chev. betw. three fleur-de-lis-sa., as many rams' heads couped at the neck of the first (for Ramsden) and in pretence, Erm., on a fess. gu. three escallops arg. or. (/or Ingram). - Crest, an arm in armour couped at the elbow and erect, holding in

the gauntlet a fleur-de-lis sa.

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Sir John Ramsden m. Louisa Susan Ingram, youngest dau. and co-heir of Charles, 9th Visc. Irvine.: She d. Now. Alst, 18057. - See her monument at Brotherton, Yorks,. Ch. Her. pt. 2, p. 6.

18. Another mural monument to commemorate, Mr. John Wilkinson, a man of considerable importance in his time. He was descended from a younger son of the Wilkinsons of Kirkbrigg. He m. a dau. and co- heiress of John Townley, Esq., of Newhouse, near Huddersfield, by Helen, dau. of Joshua Brooke, Gent. also of Newhouse. Mr. Wilkinson d. in 17927, and was succeeded by his son, John, who d. unmarried in 1736, when the property devolved upon the heirs of his sister Ellen, wife of Sir John Lister Kaye, of Derby Grange, who had predeceased him.

Arms, Az., a fess. erminois betw. three unicorns pass. arg., a canton or.. Crest, Out of a mural crown a demi-unicorn ramp.

W. gives the crest of Wilkinson of Durham, Out of a mural coronet gu. a demi-unicorn ramp. erminois erased of the first, armed and maned or. '

In the North Aisle-

19. Tablet in memory of Captain Lewis Fenton, of Spring Grove, the first M.P. for Huddersfield. He was accidentally killed in 1833.

Arms, A lion ramp. in an orle of fleur-de-lis (Fenton?)

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inp. A chev. betw. three lions' faces (. . .?) Tinctures not in 13.

20. On a corbel at the west end of North Aisle- Arg., a cross humetté sa., on a canton gu., a fleur- de-lis arg. Crest, A fleur-de-lis or. P. gives Arg. u cross sa. on a canton gu., a fleur-de-lis of

the first (for Clayton of Sheffield).

21. On another Corbel- Or. a lion ramp. sa. Crest, A dexter forearm grasping a spear barbed at each end ppr. Joxn

Hvex ConstaBLE, 1841. Not in 1B. Arg., on a cross gu. five lions pass. guardant or, .

22. Over the Constable's pew (City of York).

23. On similar Corbels over the Churchwarden's seat,. (See of Durkam) and (See of Canterbury).

24. - On a Corbel in South Aisle- See of London.

25. On another- Gu., a bend or., gutté de poix betw. two mullets

pierced arg. (See of Bangor).

In the east window in the south aisle are two

shields- 26. See of Ripon imp. Quarterly I. and IV. Per fess indented or. and az. (Longley). 11. and III. Arg.,

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on a chev. sa. three bezants (Bond) Ensigned with the episcopal mitre and having below the shield the

motto, ESSE QVAM viDpERI (For Bishop Longley 1836- 1856).

27. Az., a fess embattled erm. betw. two dexter

arm guards or. (Rev. ]. C. Franks, M.A., Vicar of Hudader sfeld, 1823-1840}.

28. Tablet in memory of John Starkey, senior. Raised by three brothers in memory of their father and mother, john and Abigail Starkey, who d. 1813 and 1844.

Arms, Arg., a bend engr. vairy betw. six storks sa.

Crest, a stork arg. semy of estoiles. Not in B.

29. On another to Thomas Starkey, Esq , who d. in 1847. Mrs, Starkey in 1871.

Arms, Starkey imp. Arg., two chevrons within a bordure engr. sa. (for Stanton ?)

30. Tablet to John Starkey, of Spring Wood, Esq., senior partner in a well known firm of woollen manufacturers, who d. Dec. 13th, 1856, aged 65, and Sarah Ann, his wife, dau. of Mr. Joseph Armitage, of

Milnsbridge. She d. in 1889.

Arms, A stork (Sterkey) imp. Gu., a lion's head erased betw. three crosses-crosslet arg. (Armitage). Crest, A stork.

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31. On another to John Horsifsil, Esq., of Thotn- ton Lodge, who d. at Clifton iu 1831, aged 79 - Mrs. Horsfall, who d. in 1820, was a native of Manchester. Arms, Gu., a bezant betw. three horses' heads couped erm. (Horsfall) imp. Arg., two chevs. betw. three mullets sa.

In window of the transept. Times shiecids- 32. - Or., three estoiles gu. the one in base issuant from a crescent of the sccoud (Psézw:enm) imp. Az., a wolf salient ppr. transpiecrced by an arrow arg., in chief three estoiles or. (Wi/so: of CulexH/a) - Motto, FINE RESPICE,. For the Rev. Canon Daleman, M.A., Ficar of field, who m. a dau. of Bishop Wilson, of Cailculta.

33. Quarterly I. and IV., A bend engr. sa. a crescent for difference, in chief Badge of Ulster (Radcliffe). Il. and III. Per pale arg. and az., three lions pass. counterchanged (Swn@erland) imp. Or., an eagle displayed gu. surmounted by a lymphad sa., saiis furled and rigged ppr., in the dexter chief a dexter hand couped of the second, and in the sinister a cross crosslet fitchy of the third (Zucganxell). Lor Sir Joseph Radcliffe, Bart., of Milnsbridse, b. June 5th, 1799, m. Jacobine Maria, dau. of Capt. John Mac donnell, of Leagh, co. Inverness. - He d. Nov. 20th, 1872.

Ir the north cast window of the North Aisle are

two shislas -- 34. Numsden.

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35. See of York imp. Quarterly I. Gu., two bars or. (Hurcourt). II. and III. quarterly 1 and 4, Az., two bars arg. (Venadies). 2 and 3, Arg., a fret sa. (Vernon of . . .) IV. Or., a fess sa. three wheat garbs of the field (Vernon of Haszlington). As borne by Edward Vernon Harcourt, Archbishop of York, 1803-1847.

36. On the Font are incised the arms of England, viz., Quarterly 1 and 4, (Az.,) three fleur-de-lis (or.) (France modern). 11. and III. (Gu.,) three lions pass. guardant (or.) (England) lettered E. R. 1570, (For Elizabeth Q.) The arms are untinctured, but see Wood. Her. Vol. 2, p. 662, plate 51.

In the Churchyard are the following- 37. Here resteth the Body of Thomas Brook the elder of Newhouse Gentleinan who was buried November 17 Ao. Dani. 1638. Iu the Church Mylletant I fout so unshaken that to the Church tryump hant I am taken Greve not frends to know me ad vansed higher

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whilst I stayed I prayed and now I sing in the quier x suse 387 Arms, On a bend a hawk's lure (Brook). John Charles Brook, of Dodworth, gives the blazon Erm.,

on a bend sa. a hawk's lure or. the line and ring arg.

38. Here lyeth the body of Thomas Brooke of Newhouse who died the xxiii. day of September 1624 Ao. zetatis sue lxxii. A cheif frend to the poore a lover of the Chyvrch and a good member of the com onwelth who had yssve six children Wil'm Thomas Wil'm Iohn Iennet Elizabeth

and Syvsan. Arms as last.

39. Here sleepeth the body of Thomas Brook yonger of Newhouse gentleman who was buried the 27 of July Ao. 1637 st. sue 27. Christ is to me life and death is to me Advantadg whether

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I live or dy i am the Lords the memoriall of the Ivst are blessed

pressihius in the sight

of the Lord is the death of his Sants. Arms as last.

HUDDERSFIELD HOLY TRINITY,

No

HUDDERSFIELD ST. ANDREW,

No Armoriars.

HUDDERSFIELD ST. JOHN BAY HALL,

No Armorials.

HUDDERSFIELD ST. MARK,

No Armoriaus.

HUDDERSFIELD ST. PAUL,

No Armoriars.

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18 HUDDERSFIELD ST. THOMAS,

No

KIRKBURTON ST. JOHN BAPTIST,

I. On a mural tablet in memory of William Horsfall, of Storthes Hall, Esq., who d. 2nd August, 1790. - He was descended from Captain Horsfall, who took an active part with the Royalists in the Grand Rebellion. He m. Elizabeth, dau. of Wm. Beckwith,

co. Ebor, Esquire. Arms, Gu., three horses' heads erased arg., bridled az. (Horsfall) imp. Arg., a chev. betw. three hinds' heads erased gu. (Beckwith) Crest, A horse's head

erased ppr. (Horsfall). B. adds, " a bezant betw. three horses' heads," and crest,

a horse's head erm. IV. agrees 2 should noi the crest be erm.

2. Monument to Elizabeth Horsfall, wife of the above William ; she d. April 21st, 1793. Arms as above, but in a lozenge.

3. Mural monument to Dorothy, wife of Robert Bill, Esq., and eldest dau. of William Horsfall, Esq., who d. 16th May, 1792, aged 42. Arms, Quarterly I. and IV. Erm., two woodbills sa. with long handles, in saltire ppr., on a chief az. betw. two pelicans' heads erased arg. vulning them- selves ppr. a pale or? charged with a rose gu. (Bill).

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II. and III. Gu., a bezant betw. three horses' heads crased arg. bridled az (Forsfull) imp. Hors/{all.

4. -On a monument to James Armitage, of Dead- manstone, in the parish of Almondbury, and of Aun, his wile, dau. of the Rev. Wm. Mountjoy, Vicar of the Parish of Kirkburton. He d. 8th July, 1811, aged 40, and his widow 23rd July, 1853, aged 84.

Arms, A lion's head erased betw. three crosses- crosslet (Armitage) imp. Three inescutcheons (Mount- joy). Crest, A dexter arm embowed couped at the shoulder habited and cuffed holding in the hand a staff headed and pointed (Armilage).

D3. gives Armitage, of Ireland ? @u., a lion's head erased betw. three crosses-crosslet urg., but in Armitage of Yorksh. the cross crosslets are ur. W, gives the crest, A dexter arm embowed couped at the shoulder vesled or. cuffed arg. in hand ppr. a staf. (The staff should be gu. headed ana pointed or). Mountjoy, B. gives, as Gu., three escutcheons or.

5. On a batchment are the arms of Bill and Horsfall quarterly imp. Quarterly I. and IV. Per pale az. and gu., a cross flory or. (Ironside?) II. and III. Arg., a chevron sa. ( . . . ?)

6. On a large silver paten given to the Church in 1780 by William Horsfall, are his arms.

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KIRKHEATON ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST.

r. - In the choir is a monument to Georgiana, wife of the Rev. Christopher Alderson, M.A., and dau. of John Peel, Esq., of Pastures House, near Derby, b. 12th October, 1801, and d. 6th Feb. 1850. The Rev. Christopher Alderson, 44 years Rector of this parish, was b. 30th August, 1802, and d. Sep. 11th, 1880. Arms, Az., a chev, engr. erm. betw. three suns in splendour (Alderson) imp. Arg., three sheaves of as many arrow ppr., on a chief az. a bee volant or (Peel). B. gives the arrows as banded gu.

2. On another to Joseph Walker, Esq., who d. April 10th, 1774, aged 65. He m. Rachel Kitson, who d. 30th April, 1777, aged 56. Arms, Arg., a chev. betw. three crescents sa. (Walker) imp. Sa., three lucies in pale arg. on a chief or. a lion ramp,. gutté d'or, betw. two pellets each charged with a martlet (Kitson) Crest, a demigriffin wings elevated (Walker ?)

Kitson is not given in B. nor the crest of Walker in either B3. or W.

3. On another monument to Samuel Walker, Esq., of Lascelles Hall, who d. 24th January, 1809, aged 62, son of the above. Arms as 2, without imp. a crescent.

4. - On another to Ann Charlotte, wife of the Rev. George Alston, B.A., Curate of this parish, and dau.

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fo the late Sir Henry Oxenden Bart., of Broome Park, co. Kent, She d. 28th June, 1841, aged 35. Arms, Ten stars of six points four three two one (Alston) imp. A chev. betw, three oxen (Ozendenr). B. gives Alston as az., ten stars in pile or., and Ozenden as arg., a chev. gu. betw. three oxen sa. 5. On another to the Rev. Thomas Clarke, M.A., Rector of Kirkheaton and Swillington, and Preben- dary of York, who d. Nov. 25th, 1756, aged 80. Arms, Az., three escallops in pale or. betw. two flaunches erm. (Clarke) imp. Per fess arg. and sa. a fess embattled and counter-embattled betw. three birds all counter-changed (Thompson ?)

6. On another in memory of Martha, wife of Frederick Greenwood, who d. 23rd June, 1858. Arms, Sa., a chev. erm. betw. three saltires arg. Crest, a demi lion ramp. or. holding betw. its paws a saltire (@reenwood). 7. On another to Robert Henry Tolson, of Oak- lands, d. 21st July, 1888, aged 69, son of James Tolson, of Greenhead, in the Parish of Kirkheaton. Arms, Vert., a rose arg. on a chief engr. or. two martlets az., all within a bordure erm. charged with four pellets betw. as many annulets sa, (Tolson).

8. On a hatchment in the north aisle is painted, Per fess gu. and sa., a fess erm. betw. two lions' heads erased or. in chief, and a dolphin embowed ppr. in base (Senior) imp. Sa., a wolf salient or. in chief three

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mullets of six points arg. (Wilson). Crest, a leopard

couchant guardant ppr. crowned or. Joseph Senior, of Dalton Lodge, b. Znd July, 1796, d. 31st July, 1854.

9. On a white marble monument in memory of Thomas Dickins, d. 23rd Sept. 1692, aged 69. Arms, Erm., a cross flory (Dickins) imp. a chev. betw. in chief two eagles displayed and in base a

mullet. B. gives Dickins Erm., a cross patonce sa., a Staffordshire

family. Dicking bore the same coat, but a cross flory.

The nearest cout to the smp. given in P. is that of Johnson of Goldington, Beds., viz., Az., a chev. betw. in chief two eagles volant and &n base a sun or.

In the Morning Chapel formerly belonging to the Beaumonts of Whitley Beaumont.

:o. Hatchment, Gu., a lion ramp. arg. langued and armed az. within an orle of crescents of the second (Beaumont) imp. Arg., on a chev. az. betw. three quatrefoils slipped per fess gu. and vert., as many

bezants ( Wiggins).

11. in pretence Arg., on a bend engr. sa. three fleur-de-lis of the field (ZZol#).

12. - Beaumont qu. Holt.

13. As 12.

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14. - On a fine Jacobman monument to Sir Richard Beaumont, popularly known as " Black Dick," who

d. 20th October, 1631, aged 58. Arms on either side of the inscription-

(a) Beaumont.

(b) Quarterly I. Beaumont. II. Sa., a fret arg. over all a label of three points (Harrington). III. Barry of seven arg. and gu. (Mulion). IV. Sa., a fret or. semy of fleurs-de-lis (Morville) V. Arg., a cross patonce sa. (Banester?) VI. Sa., three lions pass. arg. (English). VII. Gu., a saltire arg. (Neville) VIII. Sa., on a bend arg. three mullets gu. (Clifton?) IX. Arg. a cross ragully gu. (Laurence?)

There appears to be some mistake about these arms probably arising from the marriage in 22 Henry VII. of Richard Beaumont to Elisabeth, dau. and co-heiress of Sir John Harrington, of Hornby Castle, but there was no issue

to this marriage.

15. The same shield and quarterings occurs in the east window of the Chapel.

16. On a marble monument to Richard Beau- mont, of Whitley Hall, Esq., who m. Frances, dau. of Sir William Lowther are the arms of Beaumont imp. Or., six annulets in pile sa. a mullet for difference (Lowther) and surmounted by the crest of Beaumont, viz., a bull's head erased quarterly arg, and gu. Mr. Beaumont d. 1st March 169%, aged 38.

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17. On the monument to Richard Beaumont, who d. 27th June, 1704, are the Beaumont arms and crest, as before. This monument was erected by his widow, Kath- erine, only dau. of Thomas Stringer, of Sharlston, Esq., who m. secondly Thomas, Earl of Westmore-

land, and d. in 1729-30.

18. On a brass in the floor of the Chapel to the memory of Adam Beaumont, Esq., and Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Ralph Ashton, of Middleton, Esq., are the arms of Beaumont and arg. a mullet sa. pierced of

the field (Ashton).

LEPTON ST. JOHN,

No ArmMorians.

LINDLEY ST. STEPHEN,

No

LINTHWAITE CHRIST CHURCH,

No ArmorIaLs.

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'Mounns@

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25 LOCKWOOD EMMANUEL.

1. On a brass- " To the glory of God." This brass and window

on the south side of this Church are erected by his parishioners and friends to the memory of Thomas Barton Benstead, M.A., of St. John's College, Cam- bridge» for 30 years Incumbent and Rector of this parish, who d. 1st of January, mdecclxxviii. 68. Arms of St. John's College, Cambridge, viz., Quarterly I. and IV, Az., three fleur-de-lis or. (France modern). II. and III. Gu., three lions pass. guardant or. (England) in a bordure compony arg. and az. (Beaufort). The foundress being Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby. See Wood. Eccl. Her. p. 440.

LONGWOOD ST. MARK,

No ARMoRIALS.

MARSDEN ST. BARTHOLOMEW,

Contains the Royal Arms temp. George III.

MELTHAM ST. BARTHOLOMEW,

No Armoriars.

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26 MELTHAM MILLS ST. JAMES,

No Armoriars.

MILNSBRIDGE ST. LUKE. Royal Arms temp. George III ?

MOLD GREEN CHRIST CHURCH,

No ArRMoRIALS.

NETHERTHONG ALL SAINTS,

No Arvormus.

NEW MILL CHRIST CHURCH,

No Armoriars. NEWSOME ST. JOHN,

No Armor1AaLs.

PADDOCK ALL SAINTS,

No Armoriaurs.

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27 RASHCLIFFE ST. STEPHEN,

No Armoriaiucs.

SCAMMONDEN. ST. BARTHOLOMEW.

No Amrmormars.

SHELLEY EMMANUEL,

No Armortfars.

SHEPLEY ST. PAUL,

No Amrmoriars.

SLAITHWAITE ST JAMES,

No Armoriaurs.

THURSTONLAND ST. THOMAS,

No

UPPERTHONG ST. JOHN,

No Arnmoriaus.

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28 WILSEAW ST. MARY,

No ARMORIALS.

wWOODHOUSE CHRIST CHURCH,

No ArmorraLus.

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INDEX OF CHURCHES.

~ | e .O tx

Almondbury Armitage Bridge Birchencliffe Bradley Brockholes Crosland Farnley Tyas Golcar Helme Hepworth Holme Bridge Holmfirth Honley Huddersfield Parish Ch. ; -_ Holy Trinity 17 »» St, Andrew - 17 $3 St. John Bay Hall ... 17 , -_ St. Mark ... 17 a St. Paul ... 17

~ o oa oa oo o ou u uu un un -=

, -_ St. Thomas - 17 Kirkburton .. 18 Kirkheaton ... - 20

Lepton e?

Lindley Linthwaite Lockwood Longwood Marsden Meltham $3 Mills Milnsbridge Mold Green Netherthong New Mill Newsome Paddock Rashcliff Scammingden Shelley Shepley Slaithwaite Thurstonland Upperthong Wilshaw Woodhouse

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INDEX OF ARMS.

PAGE Alderson 20 Alston ... 20 Armitage I, 2, 3, 13, 19 Ashton .. 24 Banester 22 Bateman .. 14 Beaufort .s 25 Beaumont 23 Beckwith .. 18 Bill 18, 19 Bond 12, 13 Brooke 15, 16, 17 Clarke 2.20 21 Clayton 12 Clifton 22 Dickins .s 22 Dowker 2.003 England 2k I5 English 23 Elizabeth, Queen 15 Fenton I I France 15 Franks 2.20 13 George III. 6, 25, 26 Greenwood 2.0 21 Harcourt il 15 Haigh 2.0 5 Harrington 2.0 23 Holt .. 22 Horsfall 14, 18, 19 Huck 2.0 12

PAGE Ingram 10 Ironside 19 Johns .. 22 Kay or Kaye I, 2, 3) 4 Kitson 21 Laci ee Laurence 2.0 22 Lister 2k 00 2 Longley 12 Lowther 23 Macdonnell 14 Morville 20 13 Mountjoy 19 Multon 23 Neville 23 North 14 Oxenden 21 Parre ke 00 4 Peel ... 20 Radcliffe 220 14 Ramsden 4, 10, 14 St. James . e St, James the Less ... - I St. George o St. Paul St. Peter see 00 I St. John's College 25 See of Bangor 20 12 See of Canterbury ...7, 12 See of Carlisle 2.08 See of Chester ike = 8

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InpEx;

PAGE See of Durham ...8, 12 See of Ely ... I0 See of Hereford }. = g See of Lichfield }. 9 See of Lincoln 10 See of London ..9, 12

See of Manchester ... 9 See of Ripon 12 See of Saint Asaph ... 10 See of Sodor and Man - 8

See of Winchester ... 9 See of Worcester ... 10 See of York 0.7, 15 Senior 21 Stanton I 3

PAGE Starkey s.. 13 Sunderland .. I4 Taylor .e 00 3 Thompson 2.0 2I Tolson 2I Venables 15 Vernon .. I5 Vernon of Hazlington - 15 Walker .._ 20 Wentworth e Wiggins 21 Wilkinson 2.00 ILI Wilson I4, 21 Wormale 2.00 4 York, City of 1 2

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CORRIGENDA ET ADDENDA.

PART I.

P. 89. The arms were granted to Henry Tudor, of Sheffield, merchant, 14th Dec. 1775, and are, Or., three lions ramp. gu. crowned with an eastern coronet gold, quarterly with those of Jervis, Sa., a chev. erm. betw. three martlets or. collared gu. Crest on a wreath of the colours, a demi.-lion crowned as in the arms, collared flory-counter-flory or. in the dexter paw a sword wavy arg., pomel and hilt gold.

Misc. Gen. et Her., vol. 1, pli. 1 (Third Series).

PART II.

P. 16, last line-Add within a bordure counter- compony or. and az. P. 17. No. 3-Better spelt Warren. 3» 4-Nevill of Chevet. + 6-? Washington. 7- The bordure is sa.? Milseynt or Daveregnes. 8--Arg. three bars and in base as many martlets gu. (Romyng). R o9-Margaret, Countess of Richmond. 1o-Quarterly I. and IV. Erm., a bend cotised az. betw, in chief a unicorn's

3 9

99

93

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head erased and in base a cross-crosslet fitchy gu. (Denison). II. and III. as given, imp. France and England quarterly in a bordure compony arg. and az. (Somerset) for Lord Londesborough. $3 13-Should be Edward IIL. P. 18, No. 24-Should be when entire, Barry of eight

or. and gu. $3 18-Should be (Thomas, Earl of Lancaster).

$5 20-Label uncharged (Edward of Woodstock). 93 22-(Fauconberge). P. 19, No. 27z-A fess gu. (Clifford). 33 29-Thomas Plantagenet, Earl of Norfolk. 31-England within a bordure arg. (EHdmund of Woodstock, Earl of Kent). 33 32-Ellerker. 93 33-Remove the ? P. 21, No. 41-The Abbot is Laurence Selby, who d. 3 Kalends of April, 1404.

Add No. 62. An incised floreated cross on its shaft a shield, viz., Quarterly I. and IV. a fess . . . . II. and III. On a bend three roses. See Yorks. Arch. Journal, p. ziviii. 876 et seq.

PART III.

P. 4, line 11-a not A. P. 5, last line-C not c. P. 12, line 12 -Read checquey.

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P. 46, line 25-On a fess three mullets, P. 59, last line-a should be A.

PART IV. P. 1, line 11-for pattee read patty. P. 3, No. 7-remove the ? 1, - line 9, read Stapylton not Stapylson. P. 5, line 21-verba not Verba. P. 35, line 1-Read veritas not veritus. , - line 21-Read slipped. P. 36, line 9-Joselymy. ;, -_ line 24-of Fetherstone not Beverley. P. 37, line 20-Pax should be Fax. » -_ line 25-Some documents spell it Rawstorne. P. 41, line 74-Not Hebelthwayte P. 47, line 19-Add or Basworth. P. 49, line 5-Read Mentis, not Hentis. 53 line 18-Better Rawstorne. P. 52, line 3-8th not 3rd, », _-_ line 4-Mirzapoor,. , -_ line 10-City not Town. P. 56, line 10-City not Town.

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ENTERED AT STATIONER'S HALL]

THE

HERALDRY IN THE CHURCHES

OF THE

WEST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE.

BY THE

REV. J. HARVEY BLOOM, M.A.

PART VI.

HemswortH : C. E. TurnEr, anp PusLisHER.

1 89 5. Lonpon : Mircueit & HucuES, 47, Warpour STREET.

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EXTRACT FROM GENERAL PREFACE.

As far as the Author is aware no systematic catalogue of Heraldic Insignia at the present time in the Churches of Yorkshire has been printed. It is his object to supply this want, hence it follows that such facts as are recorded will take a catalogue form.

The Churches, whether containing objects of Heraldic interest or not, will be found placed in alphabetical order, under their respective wapentakes, and where these are divided, as Osgoldcross for example is, a separate section will be given for both divisions. The date of the Author's latest visit to

each Church is subjoined.

The position the arms, etc. occupy within or upon the building, furniture, or monuments, as well as the mode of treatment, whether carved, painted, or tinctured by lines, will be briefly described, and such description followed by genealogical facts gathered from the monuments. Every coat of arms will be described once for each Church, and the name of the family to whom it pertains added in italics ; if it should occur more than once it will be referred to by this name alone.

Wherever the tinctures are not upon the original,

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either from design or defacement, they are added in a note, and a letter indicating the authority placed immediately after ; a list of these authorities will be found at the commencement. In a few instances in the descriptions, there is some reason to believe the original colour does not now appear, owing to the effect of weather and time ; in such cases the proper tincture is added in a bracket. Those arms not to be found in the copy of " Burke's General Armoury," used for the purpose of the work, have a ¢ placed after the name. A few churches will have, in the same way, an * affixed, these the Author has not personally visited, but has

reason to suppose the information supplied to him is correct.

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- PREFACE.

With the present part my efforts in cataloging the Armorial remains in Yorkshire Churches comes to an end ; though should I find anyone willing to carry forward the work, my volumes of M.S.S., notes, etc., are entirely and without reserve at his disposal - Half the contemplated work, and probably more, has been completed, and I have to thank the many patrons of this work for their patience with its shortcomings.

The present part is, I may venture to say, as inter- esting as any. The Cathedral of Ripon, the Churches of Ripley and Goldesborough, and the early glass at Cowthorpe stand perhaps in the first place, though an effigy at Spofforth and a fine early shield at Pannal are worthy of attention.

I have to thank my brother clergy for their uniform kindness and interest in the work, as also Mr. Dawson Turner, for the loan of blocks of arms. ScHooL,

Marston Sicca, GLOUCESTERSHIRE,

May, 1895.

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ABBREVIATIONS.

or. Gold. arg.-argent | -... Silver. az.-azure ... -- Blue. gu.-gules Red. vert. ».. Green. purp.-purpure ... Purple. sa. -sable Black. erm. ».. Ermine. ppr. Proper. chev. Chevron. engr. Engrailed. ramp. (.. Rampant. pass. Passant. d. Died. m. Married. b. Born. s.p. Without offspring. betw. Between. h. Heir. dau. Daughter.

insc. Inscription.

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LIST OF AUTHORITIES

UsrEp in PrEraraTION or THIS Work.

General Armoury. Sir Bernard Burke, 1845. B. An Ordinary of British Armorials, Papworth, 1854. P. The Book of Family Crests Washbourne. W. Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire. J. Fos- ter, 1875. F. Yorkshire Archw@ological and Topographical Journal. AT.]. A Treatise on Heraldry, British and Foreign. Wood- ward & Burnett, Edinburgh, 1892. Wood. Her. A Treatise on Ecclesiastical Heraldry. Woodward, Edinburgh, 1894. Wood. Eccl. Her.

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WAPENTAKE

OF

CLARO,

(Upper Division).

DrEpicatep By PErmissiON

TO THE

RIGHT HONOURABLE

THE MARQUIS OF RIPON.

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ALLERTON MAULEVERER ST. MARTIN. August 15th, 1894.

The chief objects of note in this Church, which is at present in a deplorable state of repair, are four effigies in oak, all resting on the damp sodden floor of the North Chapel. One is of a Knight and Lady circa 1300, another of a Knight and Lady about 1410. The arms in the windows of the North and South Chapels, are - _ 1. In the South-Sa., six swallows in pile arg. (Arundel) imp. Or., two bars az., a chief., quarterly : and 4, Az., two fleur-de-lis or. 2 and 3, Gu., a lion of England (Manners). Crest, On a cap of maintenance gu. turned up erm. a martlet ppr.

On the North- 2. Gu., three greyhounds courant arg. in chief the Badge of Ulster (Mauleverer, Bart). On a wreath, Arg. and gu., a greyhound as in the arms.

BECKWITHSHAW ST. MICHAEL,

No °

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2 BURNT YATES ST. ANDREW.

No Armoriaus.

COWTHORPE ST. MICHAEL, _ 'August 16th, 1894.

The Church is very rich in Heraldic glass of early date.

In the East window there remain-

1. Arg., on a chev. betw. three lions' heads erased gu. a mullet or. (Roucliff).

2. Az., three water bougets or. (Roos, of Ingman- thorpe).

3. Paly of six or. and gu., on a chief arg. three lozenges of the second, the central charged with an . . . arg. (Arden?)

In the windows of the Chancel (South side)- 4. Az., three fleur-de-lis arg. (Burgh) imp. Or., three water bougets sa. (Roos).

5. Per pale az. and arg., on a chev. betw. three escutcheons gu. a bezant ( . . . 2) imp. Arg.,

a fess. arg. betw. three crosses patonce or. (Pix ?).

The next window contains- 6. Arg. A chev. betw. three lions' heads erased gu. (Rowlhff). imp. Sa., an estoile arg. (Ingilby).

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7, Arg., on a chev. betw. three lions' heads erased gu. as many mullets or. (Rowchf.)

A South window in the nave has two shields, viz : 8. Arg., three picks sa. (Hammerton) imp. Arg., a bend betw. six martlets sa. (Tempest) and

9. Or., a saltire sa. ?)

IO, II, 12,33. The font is carved with four shields on the East side- Hammerton on the North, Roos on the West, five fusils in fess. Plumpton (but no trace of the escallops with which each fusil was charged) ; and on the South side, Rouciiffe, the chev. charged with a five-foil for differ- ence. Plumpton bore, Az., five fusils in fess or., each charged with an escallop gu. P.

On the North Chancel wall are fastened the remains of a brass, consisting of a figure holding the model of a church and two fragments of an architectural canopy-

14. A shield charged with three fleur-de-lis (Burgh) and this inscription Hirats p. ais JIohis Burgh armigert, and

15. Another shield charged with Rowcliiffe imp. On a cross patonce five mullets (Ughtred). B. gives Burgh, without county as gu. (another az.) three

fleur-de-lis erm. . Gu., a cross patonce ov. charged with five mullets of the

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prerced of the second (Ughtred). Mills Stephenson, F.S.A., tells me that in a rubbing prior to sts mutilation the words Rouclfie Ughtred occur.

DARLEY CHRIST CHURCH,

No Armoriars.

DENTON ST. HELEN,

No Armoriars.

DUNSFORTH ST. MARY,

No

GREEN HAMMERTON ST. THOMAS,

No Armoriars.

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o HAMPSTHWAITE ST. THOMAS-A-BECKETT.

No Armori1ars.

HUNSINGORE ST. JOHN BAPTIST.

Heraldic glass in the Vestry- :. Or., a lion ramp. reguardant sa. (Jenkins) imp. Sa., three swords the points meeting in base hilt and pomel or. (Pawilet).

2. Quarterly I. Quarterly France and England. II. Fragments, including arg. a lion pass. guardant sa.; arg. a trefoil slipped sa.; a fleur-de-lis or. France and England quarterly (15th cent.) III. Ireland. IV. as I. all within an oval shield lettered An. 1615.

3. On the wall hangs an oval board very richly

painted with the arms of England temp. Charles II. and inscribed

Carolus II: Dei Gra: Magna Britannia ; Fran ; et Hib :; Rex :

4. The altar plate bears two shields, (slightly differing in design)- On a fess betw. two lions pass. guardant a fleur-de- lis betw. as many crescents (Goodricke) and

5. Goodricke imp. On a bend three fleur-de-lis.

Crest, a lion sejant grasping a battle-axe. Motto, LOYAL YET FREE.

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6 . P. gives, Arg., on a fess gu. betw. two lions pass. guardant sa. a fleur-de-lis or. between two crescents of the field (Good-

vicke of Ribstonc Hall). W. gives, Crest, A demi-lion gu. collared or. in paws a battle-axe az.

KILLINGHALL ST. THOMAS,

No Armoriaus.

KIRBY OVERBLOW ALL SAINTS.

On the West side of North window of North Transept, is a stone found during the restoration in 1871, close to its present position. On either side of a cross are shields- 1. Lozengy, a bend sinister or. a bend sinister betw. six fusils (. . . ?) and

2. Three hammers (Hammerton). Over the shield is a hammer erect in a block. ‘

3. -In North Transept is a wooden tablet inscribed Miles Dodson, Esq., being sixty-eight years of age, a man fearing God, and charitable to the poor, a peace- maker amongst his neighbours. Died the 19th of Sep., 1657, and is here interred. ' Arms, Or., a chev. betw. three spinning wheels gu. the shield surmounted by an esqmre s helmet. In Low Hall, in this Parish, the arms of Dodson occur

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deeply carved in oak, with this crest, A two-faced head wreathed and couped at the shoulders. And on the dexter, Ten escallcps in pile ( . . . ) and on the sinister, A fess wavy betw. three crosses-crosslet fitchy .

3. At East end of South aisle on the North side of the window is a marble tablet, inscribed to the memory of William Lister Fenton-Scott, Esq., of Woodhall, Registrar General for West Riding of County of York, d. Oct. 8th, 1842, aged 61. Arms, Quarterly I. and IV., An escutcheon within an orle of eight owls (Scoff). II. and III. A cross betw. four fleur-de-lis (Fenton). Crest, An owl holding an escutcheon charged with a cross. Motto, non INVICTA MINERVA. There is another tablet to the family, viz., to William Fenton Scott, of Woodhall, Esq., d. March 27th, 1813, aged 66, and Mary Fenton Scott, his wife, d. Oct. 7th, 1815, aged 58. The family are Lords of the Manor.

KIRK DEIGHTON ALL SAINTS.

In the Vestry hangs a curious painting of the Deca- logue,of which Hargrove says "above the entrance of the chancel are two shields of arms, on one of which are those of Manners, afterwards Duke of Rutland, on the other those of Manners and Ros, with fourteen other quarterings displaying the principal inter-marriages of the Manners family to the time that Sir Robert Man-

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ners married Eleanor, sister of Edmund Lord Ros, whose son and heir, George, by right of his mother, became Lord Ros. This noble man accompanied Henry VIII. into France, and attended that monarch at the siege of Terrouen and Tournay, which expedi- tions seem to be alluded to by the representation of two fortified towers under the shields of arms." Harg. pp. 277-8. I. Or., two bars vert. (az.) a chief quarterly, 1 and 4, Az., two fieur-de-lis or. 2 and 3, Gu., a lion of England. Crest, on a chapeau, gu., turned up erm. a peacock in his pride ppr. (Manners).

2, Quarterly I. (Marzers). II. Gu., three water bougets arg. (Ros of Belvoir). III., Gu., three catherine wheels arg. (Espee ?) IV, Az., a catherine wheel or. (Belvoir). V. Gu., a fess betw. six crosses-crosslet or. (Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick). VI. Checquey or. and az., a chev. erm. (Tarquin, Easlof Warwisk ). VIL. Gu., a chev. betw. eight crosses patty arg. (Berkeley Lord Berkeley). VIII. Gu., three lions pass. in pale arg. Gifford). IX. Gu., a lion pass. arg. ( . . . ?) X. Gu., three lions of England a bordure arg. (Plantagenet). XI. Arg., a cross engr. gu. (Tibetot ?) XII. Or., a lion ramp. gu. (Chariton?) XIII. Arg., a fess doubly cottised gu. (Bedlesmere?) _ XIV. Checquey arg. and gu. (Fils Jokn ?) XV. Gu., an eagle displayed in a bordure or. (. . . ?) Crest, as above.

The azure tinctures have been repainted ancorrectly as vert.

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3. There is a stone slab reared up against the vestry wall in memory of Elizabeth Froggett, dau. of John Trippe, Alderman of Kingston-on- Hull, and wife of George Froggett, Merchant, and Alderman of the same Corporation, d. Sep. 19th, 1727, aged 87. Arms, cut in the stone, within a lozenge, Three roundles (Fxoggett) In pretence, A chev. betw. threenags' heads (Trippe). B. gives, Gu., A chev. betw. three nags' heads or. bridled sa. (Trippe). The whole :s very much defaced, especially the arms of Froggett.

4. Over the Vestry door is a tablet with a demi- figure of the deceased inscribed- In obitum Richardi Burton, S.S. Th. B. Qu. Rosetum horto decus auroq. lapillus Tale fuit charis Dum fuit ille suis annulo fragante rosa fil. decoilor mortus et gena elapsa, lamina pallet inops Hic mysta his mortem subiens miserabilis urnae Exulat ingentum candor omne Decus.

Arms, A cross engr. betw. four roses (Burton). Burton of Yorks. bore Per pale az. and purp. a cross engr. or. betw. four roses arg. B.

5. Over the porch door is a broken shield with the Ros arms, but only the upper water bougets are left.

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10 KIRK HAMMERTON ST. JOHN BAPTIST.

1. In the Vestry are the Royal Arms temp. George III.

2. There is a tablet in Tower inscribed- " Sacred to the memory of William Thompson, Esq., who died September 16th, 1859, aged 67 years." Arms, Per fess embattled betw. three falcons belled. Crest, Out of a mural crown an arm embowed gaunt- letted grasping a tilting spear. B. gives, Thompson, Per fess arg. and sa., a fess per fess counter-embattled betw. three falcons jessed and belled all counter-changed. Crest, an arm embowed quarterly or. and az. gauntletted ppr. grasping the truncheon of a tilting spear or.

LEATHLY ST. OSWALD.

On monuments in the Chancel are the following arms- 1. Or., a bend vairy betw. two cottises indented sa. (Hitch). In pretence, Gu., a cross patonce arg.

(in dexter corner an escallop arg.) Brandling. Henry Hitch, of Leathley, son and h. of Dr. Hitch, Dean of York, m. Alathea, dau. and one of the co-heirs

of Coll. Robt. Branlin, by whom he had six sons and

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as many daughters He d. Jan. 12th, 1701. The shield is surmounted by a helmet.

2, Tierced in pale- (1) Arg., two fesses sa, each charged with three mullets or. (Hopton).

(2) Quarterly I. and IV. Erm., on a chief sa. three eagles' heads arg. (Lindley). II. and III. Arg., on a fess sa. a lion pass. of the field (Garrct).

(3) Braniin or Brandling. For Ellen Hopton, dau. and co-hesress of Arthur Lindley of Leathley, by Alice, his wife, dau. of Sir John Garrett, Kt., Lord Mayor of London. - She m. 1st Sir Ingram Hop- ton, Kt., and 2nd Robt. Brandling, by whom she had sssue, Ana, Jane, Ellen, and Allathea.

3. The arms appear to be Hitek imp. Arg., a fess betw. three crosses-crosslet fitchy az. (Aldbrough). Crest, A griffin's head erased sa. Robert, son of Henry and Alathea Hiich, m. Alice, dau. of Rich. Aldeburgh, Esq., and d. Oct. 27th, 1873, leaving Henry, Robert, Alethea, who m. John Jordan, Col. 9th Regt. Dragoons, Alice, and Ann.

4. The pillars of the nave bears the Rebus of Abbot Moon, of Bolton, the restorer of this Church, viz. A crescent.

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LITTLE OUSEBURN HOLY TRINITY.

On a blue ledger in centre of the chancel, inscribed Here lies the Body of Anne Micklethwait, Relict of Joseph Micklethwait of York Esqr. Obiit 19th of March 1658 anno statis suse 61 Here also lies Annie Lady Dickin son, Relict of Tho. Dickinson of Kirby Hall Esq. obiit 5th of September, 1677 anno etatis suze 47. Post funera Vivunt. Arms, On a pale three lions' heads erased (Mickle- thwait) imp. Checquey a chief indented, a crescent for difference (Micklethwait). Crest, A lion's head erased. Arms of Micklethwait, Checquey arg. and gu. a chief indented az, Crest, a griffin's head erased arg. B. gives Micklethwait of Iridge Place, Sussex, Checquey arg. and gu., a chief indented az.

MARTON CHRIST CHURCH,

No Armoriaus.

NUN MONKTON ST. MARY,

There are no shields of arms in this beautiful church, but one uncharged on a tablet to Nathl. Paylor, Esq., who d. March 19th, 1748, in his 72nd year. This may have been at one time painted. The family bore, Gu.. on a

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bend or. betw. three lions pass. guardant arg. as many mullets of sivoints pierced sa. B.

PANNAL ST. ROBERT.

In the window of Chancel on South side is an ancient shield, thus referred to in Hargrove :-" In the South Window of the Choir in painted glass is a cross patty gu. and az., above which is the figure of a large gothic building, perhaps the gateway of the Priory of Knaresborough, the brethren of which were patrons of this Church, and being of the Order of the Trinity, they wore the above-mentioned cross on the outside of their white habit ;" p. 125. The shield is- . 1. Arg., a cross patty, the perpendicular gu. the traverse az. (Arms of the Mathurins or Trinitarians )* on chief of the second a representation of a gateway or. the portcullis sa. betw. two trees vert. (The Trinitarian Priory of Knaresborough).

2. On a tablet South wall of Nave-Thomas Symescn of Beckwith, Gent., d. 1553. Thomas, second son of Thomas Symson, of Wisseley, Gent., and Agnes, his wife, dau. of John Atkinson, of Clyute, Gent., 18th

in lineal descent from Archil, a Saxon thane; Rosa- mund, wife of Thomas Symeson, d. 1859. William

*See W. Eccl. Her. p. 421.

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Symeson, Esq., of Lund House, in Beckwith, Captn. W. Yorks. Militia, second son of William Simpson of Felliscliffe, Esq, d. 1786. Buried in this Churchyard. Arms, Per bend or. and sa. a lion ramp. counter- changed. Crest on a wreath of the colours, A demi- lion ramp. or. Motto, NIL DESPERANDUM.

RIPLEY ALL SAINTS. Visited August 14th.

This Church is a great Heraldic treasure-house, containing 'monuments of the family of Ingilby, of Ripley Castle. tos ' On the South side of the Chancel, on a low altar tomb, lies the recumbent effigy of a knight clad in mail, with surcoat, bascinet, large shield, and knee caps. The armour that of the first decade of the 14th century. On the front of the tomb are four shields.

1. A lion ramp. in a bordure engr. (Bowene). MowZ+«,, .¢oqn,fco'_ £u€4f<¢1 R 2. , A chev. mebuly betw. three eagles'? heads

Giak erasefii (Chars ment ?) : f

3. A chev. betw. three lions' heads erased

(Rouchff ). 4. A saltire on a chief three escallops (T asiboys).

Maal ray

Ingilby bore, Sa., an estosle arg. Bourne ? Gu., a lion ramp. arg. within a bordure engr. or. Talbois, Arg., a

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saltire gu. on a chief of the last, three escallops of the first. Roucliffe, Arg., a chev. betw. three lions' heads erased gu. T he colours are those on the hatchments.

5. On a large wall monument to the memory of Sir William Ingelbie, with the following curious epitaph- Reader dissolve in tears else blame thine eies, Worth, Honour, Virtue, here entombed lyes, The Bee which Honie from each flower brought Lives now eternallie on what he wrought, A single Bee yet furnishing his Hive With everlasting sweetness ; deade to survive The Starre he bore in Armes, The Starre of Grace Wanderinge earewhile byt now fix't in his Place From Heaven his Luster, do the on earth display To show unto eternal joyes the way.

éamf, over the tomb, Quarterly of IX. I. Ingilby. 11. 111. (*A) IV. Roucliff. V. Talbois.

.'—

VI. On a bend three five-foils (5*?**""*2) VII, Two bends ("%** ?) VIII. Crusilly a five-foil {., . 4) IX. A chev. betw. six crosses-crosslet . #)

Crest of Ingilby.

6. Shield at East end- Ingilby.

7. At the West end- Three five-foils (4**>"*">*?}

8. Between the Chancel and North Chapel is a

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marble altar tomb with wall piece for Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Sir Willm. Ingilby, of Ripley, Bart., who d. Nov. 2nd, 1679, aged 12 ; and her sister, Katharine, d. Nov. 6th, 1701, aged 22; and Mary, who d. May 11th,

1743, aged 71. Arms, in a lozenge, Ingilby.

There are a number of Hatchments, viz.-

9. Ingilby, with Badge of Ulster imp. Az., a lion ramp. arg. crowned or. ("*?**~"4* .) Crest, A bear’s

head erect ppr. Legend, mon

Mow bray «* to. - Quarterly I. Ingilby. - II. Bowne. IIL, Talbois.

IV. Roucliff. Crest, badge and motto.

II. Quarterly I. and IV. Ingilby. II. and III. Arg., a tower sa. betw. three cups az. (Amceotes) imp. gu. an eagle displayed arg. on a chief or. a rose betw. two birds sa. (Atkinson). Legend,

12. Ingilby, in pretence Amcotes. Crest and motto. 13. Ingsiby imp. Amcotes.

14. Quarterly I. and IV. Ingilby differenced by a bordure engr. compony or. and gu. II. and III. (Amsotts). Crests, A boar's head erect, holding an

estoile or. (b) On a fence arg. and sa. a squirrel ppr. eating a nut or. gorged of the same. On the dexter

side, Ing:ilby imp. - On the sinister side Ingilby. In pretence, Vairy arg. and sa., on a chief of the

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second an annulet betw. two leopards' faces or. a can- ton gu. (C/lementson ®)

15. On a tablet to Sir William Amcotts Ingilby, Bart., of Ripley Castle, b. June z2oth, 1783, d. May I4th, 1854, and Louisa, his first wife, d. June 23rd, 1836, aged 33. ‘ Arms as on the hatchment.

16. On a brass upon the East wall, with Latin inscription, for William Ingilby of Ripley, Bart., who d. Nov. 6th, 1682, aged 63. Ingilby, imp. On a bend three owls (Savile). Crest

and motto. Savile bore, Arg., on a bend sa. three owls of the field.

17. On a wall monument to Sir John Ingilby Bart, d. Jan. 25th, 1741, in his 78th year; Mary d. May, 1733, aged 4; William, his second son, d. June 30th, 1720; also his son, Sir John Ingilby, who d. August 3rd, 1772, aged 67; Margaret, his sister, d. unmarried Oct. 4th, 1776, aged 66; Christopher, his youngest brother, d. March 17th, 1711, buried at Hillingham; aged 7 months and 3 days. Arms, Ingilby imp. Az., a chev. arg. cottised or. charged with three pheons gu., in chief two suns (.J°7‘."“." ®) The crest of Ingsiby is placed on an urn

over the monument.

18. Hanging on the wall is a surcoat of black silk, painted with the silver estoile of Ingi/iby on the

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shoulders and in front; on either side are gauntlets, and above, a funeral helmet and crest,. There is also a banner of black silk with the estoile; and three tattered

pennons, painted with the estoile, conventional flowers, and the motto, MON DROIT.

19. Under an arched tomb on the South side of the nave is the effigy of a knight, in bascinet, camail, gauntlets, and tabard charged with the Ingilby estoile. His head rests on a tilting helmet, surmounted by an antelope's head; his Lady, in the dress of the period, lies by his side. I do not think the date can be later than 1380. Hargroves says, "In the south aisle, near Bayne's choir, supposed to have been Saint John the Baptist's Chapel, is the tomb of Sir Thomas Ingilby, a Justice of the Common Pleas temp. Edward III," p. 173. Te

Arms on North side- 20. A fess betw. three crescents (Boynton ?)

21. - Ingilby, a flepr-dé-lis for diffefence.

22. Ingilby, an annulet. Johs de Ingilby.* 23. Ingilby, a label. Thomas.*

24. Ingilby, a mullet. FAhagister Houricus ds Ingilbg.*

*Insgcribed over the shields. <

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On the South side- 25. Blank.

26. On a bend three mullets (. . . ?)

27. A fess betw. three birds (fain? ?)

28. Three greyhounds (Mauleverer).

29. Three garlands (Lascelles). P. gives Boynton, Or., a fess betw. three crescents gu.. P. Mauleverer, Sa., three greyhounds courant in pale arg.

collared or. Lascelles, Arg., three chaplets gu.

On Hs Wist sikis ov haad - /mo Shisti(s }, fq4 - 2.fn7é£(7 ”“4

M. 2 PM. " §. T‘w;n$_ On He “2M- Iurs Shirkdo .

THORNTHWAITE ST. OSYTHE,

No Armoriars.

WEETON ST. BARNABAS,

No Armoriars.

WETHERBY ST. JAMES,

No Armoriars.

Visited Aug. 26th, 1894. Royal Arms, dated 1776.

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WESTON ALL SAINTS,

No

WHIXLEY ASCENSION. Visited Aug. 15th, 1894.

In window of North Aisle- 1. Arg., on a chev. sa. cottised gu. three fountains ppr. (Cass) imp. Erm., a fess betw. three pheons sa. (. . . ?) In memory of Thomas Cass, of Maginton Lodge, d. June 22nd, 1847, aged 62; and Ann, his wife, d. July 2nd, 1838, aged 53 ; also Thomas, their youngest son, d. May 27th, 1835, aged 6 years.

2. In the corresponding window at end of South aisle is the shield of Cass.

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LIBERTY OF

RIPON.

DEDICATED To

THE RIGHT REV. THE LORD

BISHOP OF RIPON,

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ALDFIELD ST. MARY.

No Armoriars.

BISHOP MONKTON ST. JOHN BAPTIST.

Royal Arms temp. George IV., dated 1822, on the front of gallery.

BISHOP THORNTON ST. JOHN EVANGELIST

No

DACRE HOLY TRINITY,

No Armoriars.

GREENHOW HILL ST. MARY,

No ArmoriaLs.

GRANTLEY ST. OSWALD,

No Armoriars.

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On a painted board in the Vestry are the Royal Arms temp. George III., formerly on the west wall, placed there when the Church was erected in 1751.

KIRBY MALZEARD ST. ANDREW.

I. On the floor is a brass plate inscribed, Here lyeth interred the body of William Dawson, of Azerley, qui obiit vicesimo nono die martii Anno Duni. 1640, statis sus quinquagesima septimo. Arms, Erm., on a canton a stag lodged. Crest, A talbot pass, B. gives, Erm., on a canton az. a stag lodged or. Crest, On a mound vert. a hound sa.

2, There is also a slab to William Dawson, obiit 14th of March, 1828, aged 35.

3. On a silver paten are the arms of Dawson imp. Erm., three bows strung palewise in fess (Bowes). Inscribed, Ex Dono Gulielmi Dawson. P. gives Bowes as, Erm., three bows strung palewise in

fess gu.

LITTLE THORPE ST. MICHAEL,

No Armoriaus.

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25 MARKINGTON ST. MICHAEL,

No Armori1aLs.

NIDD ST. PAUL, Visited August 15th, 1894.

1. - Tablet in Tower, inscribed-

- In the vault beneath this tower rest the remains of Benjamin Rawson of Nidd Hall, and Bradford in Yorkshire, D. L. of Lancashire and Yorkshire, . Born March 10, 1758, died May 31, 1844 And of Elizabeth his wife Daughter of Thomas Plombe Esquire Born January 26, 1762, died November 14, 1807 and of their children John born November 18, 1802, died April 16, 1816 William Steer born Sep. 19, 1801, died Aug. 13, 1835 Benjamin D. L. of Lancashire Born Oct. 1, 1799, died June 30, 1837 Jeremiah Born Jan. 25, 1791, died July 17, 1858 Sarah wife of General L'Estrange Born April 30, 1789, died May 19th, 1861 Thomas, D.L. of Yorks Born Dec. 2, 1797, died May 1, 1862 Mary Born Dec. 3, 1787, died April 25, 1863

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also of George Guy Carlton L'Estrange, Major-General C.B. Born Sept. 18, 1780, died August 21, 1848. Arms, Sa., a quadrangular tower seen in perspec- tive, with flags on the turrets, arg. Crest, on a wreath of the colours, An eagle's head erased erminois holding in its beak an annulet or. (Rawson).

2. In the East window in memory of Mary Rawson, b. Dec. 3rd, 1787, d. April 25th, 1863. Arms, Quarterly I. and IV. Arg., on a bend vert. cottised az. three roses arg. II. and III. Rawson.

NORTH STAINLEY ST. MARY,

No Armor1ars.

THE CATHEDRAL C'HURCH OF RIPON, ST. PETER AND ST. WILFRID, ~ VViISitréd Aug.1.1‘4th. ' 1. Tablet in North Tower to Henry Greenwood, J.P., of West Lodge, Ripon, d. -March 5th, 1867;

Caroline, his sister, d. Aug. 24th, 1868. Arms, Quarterly I. and IV. Sa., a chev. arg. betw.

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three. . . heads. II. and III. Gu., a fess arg. betw. three . . . or. (. . . ?)

In the North Aisle of Nave- 2. Tablet on West wall to Wm. Norton, of Sawley, Esq., d. May 21, 1721, aged 44 ; and Margaret, his wife, dau. of Ralph Lowther, of Ackworth Park, Esq., d. Nov. 26th, 1717, aged 39; etc., etc. See Wil. p. 27. Arms, Az., a maunch erm (Norton) imp. Or., six annulets gu. (Lowther).

In the fourth window from the West end (17th cent) 3. Sa., a chev. betw. three leopards' faces or.

(Wentworth ?)

4. Quarterly, Arg., on a fess sa. three stags' heads caboshed or. (Hutton). II. Arg., two bars or. (. . . ?)

III., Barry or. and gu. (. . . ?) IV. as I. imp. Per pale, dexter (Wentworth?) ; sinister, Az., a lion betw.

three pheons or. (Wolstenholme).

Hutton, GorpsBorRrouGH, 1664.

In the next window, the 5th from the West

(modern)- 5. Dexter light. Quarterly I. France ancient. II. and III. England: IV. Scotland, without the tressure imp. Quarterly I. and IV. Or., a lion ramp. sa. (Hainault) II. Scotland. III. France ancient (King Edward III.)

6. Gu., a saltire arg. (Neville) imp. France and

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England within a bordure compony arg. and az. (Beaufort).

Central light-

7. Quarterly I. Az., a maunch erm., surmounted by a bendlet gu. (Norton). II. Arg., a chev. betw. three cushions sa. (Nortox). III. Sa., an eagle dis- played or. (Nunwicke). IV. Arg., a bend engr. betw. six martlets sa. (Tempest). V. Arg., a fess fusilly gu. (Newmarche). VI. Arg., a chev. betw. three birds gu. (. . . ?) VII. Arg., two bars gu., in chief three mullets of the same (Washington). VIII. Gu., A chev. betw. three bulls' heads arg. (Bullock?) IX., Arg., on a bend engr. sa. an escallop gu. (Radcliffe). X. Sa., a saltire arg. (Ribston ?) XI. Arg., a chev. betw. three maunches sa. (Mansell ?) XII. Arg., a fess betw. three escallops sa. (Stenshall ?) XIII. Or., a fess checquey arg. and az. a chief indented of the third (Wedesbury ? ) XIV. Az., a chev. betw. three mullets or. (. . . ?) Az., Sa., a cross engr. arg. betw. four plates, each charged with a pheon sa. (Fletcker). Crest, a demi- negro ppr. torse vert. and gorged with a wreath arg. and az. Supporters, Dexter, a lion sa. gorged with a crest coronet or. and charged on the shoulder with the

shield of Norton ; sinister, a griffin.

Sinister light- 8. France ancient gu. England a label erm. (. . . ?) imp. Gu., three wheels or. (. . . ?)

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9. Norton imp. Neville differenced by a mullet sa. There are also badges as follows: Az., a portcullis or.; Arg., a rose gu. seeded or.; Arg., a pheon sa.; Gu., a lion or.; Az., a cross-crosslet arg.; Az., a

maunch erm. ' The window bears the date A.D. 1840.

10. The sixth window contains an earl's coronet (16th century).

11. On a tablet to Thomas Kitchingham, d. Feb. 15th, 1793, aged 63; and Mary, his wife, d. Dec. 18th, 1821, aged 85. Arg., on a chev. betw. three birds gu., as many bezants (Kitchinghamt) imp. Arg., a chev. betw. three wolfs' heads gu. (Lovell).

12. Tablet in memory of George Hassell, Esq., Recorder, d. July 17th, 1778, aged 58; and his Wife, Margaret Bacon Foster Hassel, d. June 20th, 1772, aged 26. Arms, Vert., three adders erect arg. (Hassel). In pretence, Quarterly I. and IV. A boar pass. vert. on a chief or. two mullets sa. (Bacont). II. and III. Per chev. arg. and vert three plates, each charged with a

bugle horn gu. (Foster.t)

In the South Aisle of Nave- 13. Tablet at East end, to Christopher Oxley,

Esq., d. Aug. 10th, 1803, in his 74th year, etc. See Wil., p. 6.

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Arg., a fess gu. betw. three oxen sa. (Oxley) imp.

Arg., a chev. betw. three wolfs' heads erased gu. (Lovell ?)

14. On another to Mrs. Jane Squire, of Bondgate, widow of Henry Squire, of York, Dr. of Laws, by whom she had Jane and Henrietta, who d. unmarried,

and Henry ; she d. Dec. 22nd, 1734, aged 67. See Wil. p. 22. '

Arms in lozenge, Az., three swans' heads arg. (Squire) imp. Erm., on a fess sa. three towers? arg. (Higgins).

15. On another to Mrs. Grace Staines, dau. of Thomas Staines, of Thirsk, d. June 28th, 1771, aged 63. Arms in a lozenge, Two bars engr. (Staines).

B. gives, Staines, Arg., two bars engr. sa.

In the second window from the East- 16. Quarterly I. and IV. Az., three garbs or. (Earldom of Bute). II. Az., a bend betw. six crosses- crosslet fitchy or. (Marr). III. Or., a fess checquey az. and arg. (Stewart of Kirkhill). In pretence, Gu., an eagle displayed 'or. (Cardross) all imp. Per fess I. Arg., a pale sa.? (Erskine). II. Arg., three bars gemelles gu. and a lion ramp. sa. armed az. (Fairfax).

17. Quarterly I. and IV. Arg., two bars dancetty gu., over all a bend sa. (Nevile). II. and III. Sa., a

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chev. arg. gutty du poix betw. three anchors arg., on a chief of the last three birds, on a canton gu. a mullet

arg. (. . . 2)

18. On a tablet to Helen, dau. of Roger Bayne, Gent., only child of Mr. George Pickersgill; and Elizabeth, his wife, dau. of Christopher Walker, of Grewelthorpe, d. March 24th, 1694-5, in her 34th year. Arms, Sa., two shin bones in cross arg. (Bayne).

1g. The last window on this side contains a med- ley of old glass; one shield is of the 15th cent. date, viz., Gu., three lions pass. guardant or., surrounded by a bordure az. charged with fleur-de-lis of the

second (Holland, Earl of Huntington).

In the dexter light- 20. Quarterly I. and IV. Gu., three plates (. . . ?)

II., Arg., a chev. gu. betw. two crosses sa. (. . . ?) III. Arg., crusilly sa. a chev. gu. (Maimaynes) imp. Quarterly I. and IV., Arg, on a cross gu. five crescents or., on a chief of the second three bezants (Green ?) II. Checquey or. and az. (Warrenne). III. Or., a lion pass. betw. three annulets sa. (. . . ?) There are two helmets remaining, but the crests are lost.

In the sinister light- 21. Quarterly I. Az., a bend nebuly arg. (Swales). II., Arg. (. . . ?) III. Paly of six arg. and sa., on a bend gu. three mullets or. (Dransficld). IV. Per fess indented or. and az. ( . . . ? ) imp. I. Or., a

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canton gu. (. . . ?) II. Arg., on a fess cottised betw. three mullets gu. a greyhound or. (Swales). III. Arg., a lion ramp. az., betw. three crosses-crosslet gu. (Bowyer). IV. Az., on a bend betw. six lozenges or. threeescallops sa. on each lozenge charged with another escallop of the third (Pulleyn, co York).

22. On a tablet to George Coates, Esq., of Bishop- ton, d. March 5th, 1821, aged 61 ; and his son George, who d. April 24th, 1824, aged 4. _ Arms, Quarterly I. and IV. Erm. II. and III. Paly of six or. and gu. Crest, A cock gu. (Wales, of Ireland).

23. Tablet on West wall to John Elliott, Esq., of Elliott House, R.N., Lieut. of H.M.S. Ajax, engaged with Lord Rodney, April 12th, 1782, b. Jan. 11th, 1759, d. Sept. 17th, 1834 ; Isabella, his wife, b. Nov. 22nd, 1762, d. July 9th, 1841; and their children. See Wil. p. 5. Arms (tinctured by lines) Gu., a bend engr. or. (Elliott) imp. Quarterly I. Arg., three unicorns' heads erased (Preston 2) II., Sa., a chev. betw. three . . . (. . . ?) III. Arg., on a cross gu. betw. four tor- teaux a mullet for difference (Stevwright). IV. Erm., three bows palewise in fess arg. (Bowes). Crest, A nude arm embowed holding a cutlass ppr. (Elilioff). Motto, PER ADVENTURE. In the Nave- 24. Great West window. See of Ripon imp. Arg.,

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on a cross patonce sa. five mullets or. a chief az.

charged with three roses of the third (Bishop Bickerstcth, 1856).

25. See of Ripon imp. Quarterly I. and IV. Quar- terly per fess indented or. and az. (Longley), II. and III. Erm,, On a chev. sa. three bezants (Leigh ?) Bishop Longley.

Arms on the roof bosses- 26 as 24.

27 as 25. 28. Three mullets (St. Wilfrid). 29. See of Ripon.

30. Tablet on South-west pier to Marmaduke Hodgson, Esq., of Breckamoor, d. April 5th, 1834, aged 60. Arms, Per chev. engr. or. and az., three martlets counter-changed (Hodgson). In pretence (. . . ?)

31. On a tablet near last to William Reynard, late of Hobgreen, near Ripon, d. March 29th, 1810; and Mary, his wife, d. of George Horner, of Woodall, in Nidderdale, d. Oct. 25th, 1817, aged 80.

Arms, Arg., a chev. betw. three crosses-crosslet sa. (Reynard) imp. Sa., three dogs pass. (Horner). Crest, A wolf's head erased arg.

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32. On another to John Hodgson, Esq. Arms, Quarterly I. and IV. Hodgson. II. and III., Vert., a lion reguardant ramp. arg. crowned or. betw. three arrows of the third (G#ldart). | In pretence, I. and IV., Sa., three dogs pass. arg. (Horner). II. and III. Sa., a bend arg. in sinister chief an eagle displayed or. (Braddock). Crest, on a rock a martlet ppr.

33. On another tablet to Charles Floyer, Esq., d. Sept. 7th, 1766, aged 51. Arms, Sa., a chev. betw. three arrows arg. (Floyer).

34. - On another near South-east pier for Margaret, wife of Charles Oxley, Esq., dau. of Edmund Lodge, Esq., of Wilton Hall, Yorks, d. Feb. 6th, 1819, aged 39. Arms, Arg., a fess betw. three oxen pass. sa. (Oxley) imp. a lion ramp. within a bordure (Lodge). Crest, A bull's head. Motto, TAM. ARS. QUAM ARATUS. Lodge, Az., a lion ramp. within a double tressure flory counter-flory or. B.

35. Mural monument on North-west tower pier to Hugh Ripley, first Mayor of Ripon, d. 1637. Restored by Corporation a.p. 1730. See Wil. p. 4. Arms, Two bars dancetty (Ripley.t)

In the South Transept-

36. Tablet on the West wall to memory of General John Maister, of Littlethorpe, Colonel 86th Regt., b.

7th of May, 1772, d. 18th May, 1877; Catherine, his

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wife, d. April 28th, 1861, aged 67. Arms, A fess betw. three bears' heads couped Az., a fess embattled betw. three griffins' heads erased or. Crest, Out of a mural coronet or. a unicorn's head az. armed and crined of the first (Masster).

In East Chantry- 37. On a tablet to Rt. Hon. John Aislabie, dyed 1742, aged 71, etc. See Wil. p. 13. Gu., a fess of three fusils arg. (Ass/iabie) imp. Arg., a . . . betw. three lions' heads erased or. (Rawlinson).

38. On a monument to Sir John Mallorie, of Gt. Studley, co. York, Knt., m. Mary, dau. and co-heiress of John Moseley, of York, Esq., d. Jan. 23rd, 1655, in 45th year of his age, etc. See Wil. p. 13. Arms, Or., a lion ramp. gu. (Mallone) imp. Az., a fess betw. three trefoils slipped erminois (Moseley).

39. The Royal Arms temp. Anne hang on the wall, with the legend BEATA PACIFICA.

40. Hatchment. Quarterly I. and IV. Az., three woodmen ambulant in fess ppr. in the dexter hand a club slanting over the shoulder, and in the sinister a shield arg., charged with a cross gu. (Wood). II. and III. Vert. a chev. betw. three feathers within a bordure arg. (Perkins of Fishiake) imp. Arg., on a bend betw. six martlets gu. three crosses-crosslet arg. (. . . ?) Crest on a wreath, arg. and az., an oak tree ppr. Motto, RESURGAM.

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In North Transept- 41. On a tablet to Thomas Kilvington, M.D., ob. Sep. 13th, 1823, aged 92 ; and Maria, his wife, d. May 2nd, 1809, aged 72. Arms, Gu., a bend wavy or. betw. two eagles' heads arg. (Kilvingtont). imp. Az., a griffin ramp. arg. (. . .?)

42. On another to Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Norton, of Grantley, Esq., dau. of Will. Serjeantson,

of Kirkby- Malham-Dale, d. Sept. 10th, 1774. Arms in a lozenge, Norton imp. Az., three pales

arg. on a bend of the first, a sword arg. hilted or. (Serjeantson).

43. In a west window in memory of Thomas K. Staveley, of Old Slemingford Hall, d. Feb. 20th, 1860. Arms, Arg., on a chev. betw. three lozenges sa. as many bulls' heads or. (Staveley) imp. Arg., three sinister . hands gu. couped at the wrist (Maynard ?)

In the North window- 44. Arms, Staveley. Samson StaveEreEy Arm. 1664.

45. Per pale, on a chev. betw. three mascles as many stags' heads counter-changed (Steuley ?) Crest, a wreath vert. encircling a stag's head ppr.

46. On a tablet to Miles Staveley, Esq., of North Stainley, General and Colonel of 4th Regt. Dragoons, d. July 26th, 1814, in his 77th year. Arms, Staveley.

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47. On another to John Lister, Esq., d. Sep. Ist, 1788, aged 84 ; Elizabeth, his wife, d. June Ist, 1772, aged 70. On a fess three mullets (Lister). Erm., on a fess sa. three mullets or. (Lister).

48. Altar tomb, with effigies of Sir Thomas Mar- kenfeild, of Markenfield, Kant., and Elenor, his wife, dau. of Sir John Conyers, of Hornby Castle, Knt., ob. May 5th, 1492. Inscription much defaced. Arms on North end of tomb- (a) A saltire (Neville ?) (b) Blank (. . . ?) (c) A chev. (. . . ?) On the South side- (d) A cross patonce (Goldsborough ?) (e) A maunch (Conyers). (f) Blank (. . . ?) (g) Blank (. . . ?) (k) Blank (. . . ?) All are very much defaced.

49. On a monument to Sir Edd. Blackett, Bart., of Matfen, Northumb., d. Dec. 30th, 1805, aged 88; and William Douglass Blackett, eldest son of Sir Wm. Blackett, d. March 2nd, 1805, aged 2 years. Arms, Arg., on a chev. betw. three escallops as many mullets (Blackett). In pretence, Quarterly A human heart crowned or., on a chief three mullets

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. (Douglass). I1. and III. Sa., a lion ramp. arg. (. . . ?) over all Badge of Ulster. Crest, a wolf's head erased.

On an altar tomb are the effigies, said to be of Sir Thomas Markenfeild, and Dionisia, his wife. The armour of the Knight is of the date of Edward III. Shields on North side- (@a) Fretty a canton (Nevill ?) (b) An eagle displayed (Monthermer) imp. A fess of three fusils (Montecute). (c) Three water bougets (Roos). (4) Blank. (e) A cross patonce (Goldsbrough). (f) A bend (Scrope ?)

On the West end- (¢) A saltire (Neville ?) (k) A chev. (. . . 2) (¢) Three water bougets (Roos).

On South side- (;) A bend (Scrope ?) (k) A lion ramp. debruised by a bend (. . . ?) (1) - On a canton a fleur-de-lis (. . . ?) (m) On a bend three roundles (Markenficld). (x) A fess (. . . ?) (o) Markerfeild imp. 'Three tilting helmets, with crests affixed (. . . ?) Monthermer, Or., an eagle displayed vert. armed and beaked gu. Montague, Arg., three lozenges conjoined in fess gu. Roos, Gu., three water bougets erm. Goldsborough,

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Az., a cross-flory arg. Scrope, Az., a bend or. Neville, Gu., a saitive arg. These assignations are all doubtful.

Markenferid bore, Arg., on a bend sa. three bezants.

51. On a large monument to Sir Edward Blackett, eldest son of Sir William Blackett, of Newcastle, Bart. He was thrice m., first to Mary, dau. and heiress of Tho. Norton, of Langthorne, co. York, issue

one child, William, d. an infant ; second, Mary, dau. to Sir John York, of Richmond, Knt., who had six

sons and six daughters; and third, Diana, Lady Delaval. Sir Edward d. April 22nd, 1718, aged 69. See Wil. p. 21, No. 118.

Arms, Blackett. Over the tomb hang the funeral helmet, with its crest, gauntlets, surcoat, and pennon.

Hatchment, in a lozenge- 52. Blackett imp. Sa., three chevs. erm. betw. as many adders arg. (Wise of Warwick Priory).

53. On a tablet to Mr. Francis White, of Ripon, Registrar of this Church 32 years, d. Nov. 23rd, 1776, aged 50. Arms, Arg., three lions' heads erased sa. (White) imp. Gu., a chev. betw. three . . . ? or. (. . . ?)

In the Chancel- Arms on the end screen, North side. 54. A cross patonce (Goldsborough ?)

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55. A chev. betw. in chief two roundels and in base a mullet (nearest in P., Ismaye).

56. A merchant's mark.

On the South side- 57. Three picks (Pigoft). P. gives, Sa., three mall picks arg. (Piggott).

58. Three billets (Merling ?) P. gives, Or., three ballets gu. (Merling ?)

59. Blank.

On the woodwork- 60. A sword point to base (St. Paul).

61. Two keys in saltire a crown in chief (See of York, modern).

62. A cross ragully (St. Lawrence?)

63. Three mascles. P. gives, Sa., three mascles arg. (Caterall ).

64. Three estoiles (St. Wilfrid). P,. Az., three estorles or. (St. Wilfrid).

Shields over the stalls, South side- 65. Three picks (Piggott).

66. Gutty a fess (. . . ?) P. gives, Arg., guttee du poix a fess sa. (Higgins). Two other blank shields.

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North choir aisle- 67. For Heneage Dering, L.L.D., Chaplain and Secretary to Archbishop Sharp., Dean of Ripon, m. Anne, dau. of the said Archbishop, d. April 8th, 1750, aged 86. Arms, Or., a saltire sa. (Dering) imp. Az., a pheon arg. in a bordure or. charged with torteaux (Sharp). Helmet but no crest.

In the second window from the East- 68. Quarterly I. and IV. Vert., a chev. betw. three bucks at gaze or. (Robinson, Earl of Ripon). II. Arg., on a saltire az. a bezant (Yorke). III., 1. Gyronny of eight or. and sa. (Campbell). 2, Arg., a lymphad sa. (Lorn). 3, Or., a fess checquey arg. and az. (Steward). 4 as 1. IV. 1, Barry of six. arg. and az. (Grey). 2, Sa., an estoile or. betw. two flaunches erm. (Hobart). 3, Arg., three battering rams in pale az. (Berfic) En- signed by an earl's coronet. Supporters, Two bears sa. (Earl of Ripon).

69. Az., a bend or. on a chief of the last two crows ppr. a martlet az. for difference (Vyner). For Frederick Grantham Vyner, murdered April 21st, 1870, by Greek brigands.

70. The next window has the same arms for Arthur Vyner, M.P. for Ripon, Sep. 28th, 1870.

71. East window, to John Kilvington, M.D.,

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erected by Basil Thomas Woodd and Basil Kilvington

Woodd, of Conyngham Hall, 1866. Arms, Kilvington imp. Vert., a griffin segreant arg.

(202 . 2)

72. The East window of choir aisle (South) has the same inscription, and bears

Quarterly, I. and IV. Gu., three demi-woodmen arg. holding clubs over their exterior shoulders or.

(Woodd). II. and III. Sa., a griffin segreant erm. (Ballard ?)

73. Painted on the choir board in South apsidal chapel-

Az., three mullets or. (St. Wilfrid incorrect). Gu., a key arg. another or. in saltire (. . . ?)

RIPON HOLY TRINITY.

1. Hatchment. Quarterly I. and IV. Gu., a bend counter-vair betw. three eagles' heads couped or. (Ksivingtont). II. and III. Or., a lion ramp. sa. crowned (. . . ?) imp. Vert., a pale betw. two

griffins ramp. or. (Adams). Crest, Out of a coronet an eagle's head or.

2. Below is a tablet with the same arms, for the Rev. Edw. Kilvington, M.A., Fellow of Sydney Sussex Coll, Camb., Chaplain of Lord Carrington, founder of

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this Church and first Incumbent, d. Jan. 28th, 1835, aged 68 ; and Catherine, his wife, d. July 27th, 1841, aged 66.

3. The same occurs again outside the South door, and has opposite to it-

4. Two keys in saltire in chief a crown (See of York) imp. Quarterly I. and IV. Two bars (Harcourt). II. Quarterly 1 and 4, Two bars (Venables). 2 and 3, A fret (Vernon). III. On a fess three garbs (Vernon, of Hazlington). B. Harcourt, Gu., two bars or. Venables, Arg., two bars az. Vernon, Arg., a fret sa. Vernon of Hazlington, Or., on a fess sa. three garbs of the field.

5. On a brass to George Jackson Frankland, who d. Dec. 3rd, 1825 (in Sydney) aged 33; Sarah, his wife, who d. April 13th, 1881, aged 87 (at Ripon ;) Thomas Thrush Frankland, who d. Oct. 30th, 1879, aged 54. Erected by George Jackson and Samuel Marsden Frankland. Arms, Az., a dolphin haurient on a chief or. two saltires gu. Crest, On a wreath or. and az. an anchor ppr. and thereon a dolphin arg. Motto, LIBERA TERRA LIBERIQUE ANIMUS.

6. On a tablet to Francis Earle, Esq., M.D., who d. May 23rd, 1851, aged 56. Crest, A nag's head erased.

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No ArmorI1aLs.

SHARROW ST. JOHN, Visited Aug. 1894.

No Armoriars.

SKEL TON,

No Armoriars.

STUDLEY,

No

WINKSLEY ST. CUTHBERT,

No ArmoriaLs.

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WAPENT AKE

OF

CLARO,

(Lower Division).

DrpicaTtED To

THE RIGHT HON. LORD MOWBRAY.

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ARKENDALE ST, BARTHOLOMEW,

No Armoriars.

BILTON ST. JOHN,

No ArmoriaLs.

BREARTON ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST,

No ArmoriaLs.

BOROUGHBRIDGE ST. JAMES,

BURTON LENNARD ST, LEONARD. Royal Arms temp. George III.

COPGROVE ST. MICHAEL.

i. There ig a modern brass in memory of Henry Dunscombe, who owned the parish early in this century. The arms are-

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2. There are also the Royal Arms temp. Queen Anne.

GOLDSBOROUGH ST. MARY. Visited August 17th, 1894.

Shields on the exterior-

1. A cross patonce (Goldsborough) imp. a maunch (T hirkell ?)

2. Goldsborough imp. Three bustards (Neville ?)

3. Goldsborough imp. Two bars and a chief (Max- ners ?) B. gives, Goldsborough, Az., a cross flowered arg. P. gives, Az., three bustards rising arg. Neville, Another or. Thirkett, co. York, Arg., a maunch gu. - Manners, Lord Roos, bore Or., two bars az., a chief gu. T he shields are in stone, and too early for tincture lines. I have not had access to any pedigree of the family, so that the assignations are very doubtful.

4. On a low altar tomb on the north side of chancel is an effigy of a knight in armour of the period 1280-1300, bearing on his shield a cross fleury (Golds- borough ),

5. On the opposite side is a richer effigy, the sur-

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coat girded with a sword-belt ornamented with leopards' faces. The shield is plain, and date probably from 1300-1310.

6. On a ledger stone before the altar, inscribed Ann Byerley Ob. February the 17th, 1755. Arms in a lozenge, Quarterly I. and IV. Per pale, dexter a cross patonce (Byeriley). Sinister, A maunch within a bordure charged with eight pairs of lions' jambs in saltire (Wharton). II. and II1I. On a fess three stags' heads caboshed, a crescent for difference (Hut- ton). Crest, Two jambs erased holding a cross-crosslet. Motto, FOYAL ET LOYAL. B. gives, Byeriey, Or., a cross-crosslet gu. Wharton bore Sa., a maunch erm. within a bordure or. charged with eight

pairs of lsons' jambs in saitire gu. Hutton, Arg., on a fess sa. three stags' heads caboshed or. Crest, Two lions' jambs ppr. betw. a cross-crossiet or. (Byeriey).

7. On another, inscribed

Here Lyeth the Body of Robert Byerley, Esq., Eldest son of Mary and Robert Byerley, Esq. of Goldesborough he departed this Life the 26th day of May 1729 In the 27th year of his age. Also near this place Lyeth the . Body of Philip Byerley Esq. of

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Gouldesborough. He departed this Life the 20th day of January 1734 In the 29th year of his age. Arms, Byeriey. In pretence, Quarterly I. Byerilcy. II. Hutton. III. On a bend three roundles (. . . ?) IV. Barry of twelve a canton (. . . ?) V. Wharton. VI. as I. Crest and motto.

8. On another- Here Lyeth the Body of Honourable Robert Byerley Esquire of Gouldesborough who departed this Life the first day of May, in the yere of our Lord 1714.

Arms, Byericy. In pretence, I. Wharton. II. (. . .?)

III. (. . . ?) IV. (« . . ?) Motto and crest as above.

9. On another partly under choir seats in memory

of . . . widow of Robert Byerley, and dau. of . . . Wharton, of Edlington, d. Sep. 26th, . Arms as in 8.

to. - On a white marble sarcophagus in North aisle of choir- In memory of Daniel Lascelles Esquire of the Parish whose remains are deposited underneath this Tomb.

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He died in London the 26th of May, 1784 aged 70 years. Arms tinctured by lines, Sa., a cross patonce or., a

crescent for difference, Crest, A bear's head erm. muzzled (Lascelles).

In the East window of South are three original shields, 17th cent.

11. Hutton of Goldsborough. Crest, on a wreath or. and gu., a wolf erminois gorged gu. chained az. Motto, FOYAL ET LOYAL, 1696.

12. On the dexter, Wharton, with crest of Byerilcy.

13. On sinister, Goldsborough. Crest, A lions' head erased arg. gorged with a crest coronet or.

14. - On a tablet in North choir aisle in memory of Zachariah Blake, Rector, d. August 8th, 1757, aged 67 ; and Elizabeth, his wife, d. Sept. 18th, 1739, aged 50; and Mary Tollet, her sister, d. Dec. 15th, 1733, aged 49. Erected by their son, John Blake. Arms, Sa., bezanty a bend . . . (Blake) imp. .. . on a chief gu. a lion pass. guardant or. (T ollefé). B. does not give these arms, but Tollet bore Checquey arg.

and az., on a chev. engr. or. three anchors sa. on a chief gu. a lion pass. of the first.

15. There is an ancient altar tomb between the nave and South aisle, which was never finished ; it

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bears Tudor shaped shields, arranged thus- North side :

(1) Jane. (2) Blank imp. Byericey. RMauds. (3) As 2. Elisabeth. (4) As last. Rycolss. (5) Blank. (6) Blank imp. Byerley,. - Inott. (7) Byerly. (8) (9) (10) A fess dancetty (Vavasour).

South side : | _18 _|

[- I1 | 12 | 13 | 14 |

| 15 16 17

(11) Goldesborough imp. an estoile (Ingilby). Richard. (12) Goldesborough. Thomas. (13) Goldesborough imp. blank. Edwards. (14) Goldesborough. Iohn. (15) Goldesborough. Reter. (16) Goldesborough. RGeurgha. (17) A curious figure like an embattled pale, but with a larger number of crenellations on one side. (18) Quarterly I. and IV. Goidesborough. II. and III. Three chevs. (Clare?) imp. Quarterly I. and

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IV. Goldesborough. I1. and III. A lion ramp. (. . .?) The tomb commemorates the children of Richard

Goldesborough and Anne Vavasour. One of them, Richard, married Anne Ingilbye.

GREAT OUSEBURN ST. MARY.

i. On a tablet in memory of James Suttell, of York, d. at Bath Oct. 5th, 1791, aged 54. Arms, Or., an eagle displayed sa. Crest, An eagle's head erased (Swuttell).

2. On another to Sarah, wife of Mann Horsfield, d, May 29th, 1780. - Quarterly I. and IV. Vert., a chev. betw. three horses' heads arg. (Horsfield). II. and III. defaced, but possibly Or., a chev. engr. erm. betw. three lions

ramp. sa. (Mann) imp. Az., two chevronels arg. (Chaworth ?). The whole shield is very much defaced.

3. Plain shield on a tablet for Elizabeth Young. May have borne charges at one time.

HARROGATE CHRIST CHURCH,

No

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No

KNARESBOROUGH ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST.

Visited Aug. 15th, 1894.

1. On the north side of the altar lies a ledger stone with a Latin inscription, Thomas Stockdale, of Bilton Parke, buried Dec. 25th, 1653, aged 60; and William, his eldest son, d. March 3rd, 1692-3, aged 58; also Christopher, d. Sep. oth, 1713; Elizabeth, d. Jan. 6th, 1724 ; and William, d. Jan. 4th, 1730. Arms, Erm., on a bend three pheons. Crest, A talbot statant, gorged and leashed. Erm., on a bend sa. three pheons arg. in the sinister chief an escallop gu. Crest, A talbot ppr. Stockdale of Bilton. B.

2. Altar tomb in centre of North chapel in memory of Francis Slingsby and his Lady, 1598. Quarterly I. A griffin segreant sa. over all a fess (Slingsby). 11. Vair on a bend three estoiles (. . .?) III. Vair three bars (Wailkinghkam). IV. Two bars over all a fleur-de-lis (. . . ?) imp. quarterly a chev. betw. in chief two leopards' faces and in base a bugle (Scriven). I1. An orle, over it a bend erm. (Markington). III. On a bend . . . (. . . ?) IV. A cross patonce (. . . ?) Crest, partly lost.

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The shield at the East end of the tomb is quite defaced. B. says Slingsby bore Arg. a griffin segreant sa. debruised by a fess gu. Markington, Gu., an orle arg. a bend erm. Walkingham, V air on two bars gu. six martiets or. Scriven, Gu., a chev. betw. two leopards' faces sn chief and in base a bugle in base arg.

3. Tablet on East wall. Inscription- Here lyeth the body of Dorothy Slingesby late wife of Thomas Slingesby daughter and co-heir of George Cradock, of Coteswell Castle, Staff., d. Jan. 24th, 1673. Issue Henry, Thomas, George, Dorothy, Elizabeth, and Barbara. Quarterly I. and IV. Seriven. II. and III. S/iingsby imp.

On a chev. three garbs (Cradock). Cradock, Arg., on a chev. az. three garbs or.

4. In the wall are four shields; three are quite defaced, the fourth bears, A chev. betw. three wolfs' heads erased (Lovell ?)

P. Lovell bore, Arg., a chev. sa. betw. three wolfs’ heads crased gu.

5. - In a recess in the wall is a statue for Sir Henry Slingsby, Knight, Vice-President of the Council of the North, High Sheriff of Yorksh., d. at Nun Monkton. He leans on a shield, with the arms of Scriven quarter- ing Slingsby.

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6. There is also a fine altar tomb with a white marble recumbent effigy. On a brass plate is cut : In memoriam To the memory of Sir Charles Slingsby of Scriven, 10th and last Baronet Born the 22nd of August, 1824 Died the 4th of February, 1869. This monument was erected by his only sister Emma Louisa Catherine Slingsby The last survivor of the Slingsby family.

Three shields, all of Scriven qu,. Siingsby, with badge of Nova Scotia.

7. - Hatchment- Arg., on a chev. betw. three crows ppr. as many crescents or. (Watson) imp. Or., two bars az. in chief

a lion pass. of the last (Gregory). Crest on a wreath of the colgurs, A griffin's head sa. gorged with a crest coronet or. Motto, MEA GLORIA FIDES.

On another-

8. Quarterly I. and IV. Watson. II. and III. Gu., a fess or. betw. three bezants (Farside) imp. Arg., a

chev. gu. betw. three popingays vert. in a bordure az. bezanty (White, of Hutton, Essex).

For John Farside Watson, Esq., d. April 20th, 1831.

9. On a tablet in North aisle for William Clayton, Esq., son of John Clayton ; and his wife, Grace, dau.

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of Miles Staveley, Esq. Hed. 15th April, 1767 ; also Anne, his wife, dau. of Jonathan Wilkes, Esq., who d. Sept. 14th, 1743, etc., etc. Arms, Arg., a cross sa. betw. four torteaux (Clayton) imp. Paly of six or. and gu., on a chief arg. three mascles of the second (Wilkes). Crest, a sinister arm in armour holding a sword erect. Motto, PaRIE victuUs.

10. On another to John Simpson, Esq., d. March 17th, 1806; Mary, his wife, dau. of John Everett, Esq., of Uxholme, Lanc., d. 1673; John, their only child, d. July 25th, 1825, buried at St. Michael, New Malton ; and Elizabeth Long, his wife, d. 1855, aged 80. Quarterly I. and IV. Per bend crenelle or. and sa. a lion ramp. counter-changed (Simpson). II. and III. Az., on a bend or. betw. six lozenges of the second, each charged with an escallop sa. five escallops of the last (Pulleyn, co. York) imp. Clayton. Crest on a wreath, a demi-lion ramp. or. holding in his dexter paw a sword ppr. Motto, NIL DESPERANDUM. '

I1. On another to William Simpson, Esq., son of John Simpson ; and Mary Clayton, his wife, dau. of Will. Clayton, Esq.; she d. March 15th, 1801 ; also Elizabeth, wife of Will. Clayton, dau. of Mr. John Howgate, of Knaresboro', buried in St. Paul's, Leeds, 1833; Mary, their only dau. wife of John Rothery, Esq., of Leeds, d. 1849.

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Quarterly I. Simpson. II. Pulleyn. III. Clayton.

IV. Simpson imp. Or., three bulls' heads erased sa. (Holgate ?)

12. On a tablet in the south aisle to Gregory Rhodes, d. Nov. 13th, 1760, aged 79. Arms, Az., a fess betw. six crosses-crosslet (. . .?)

13. In the west window of south aisle- Gu., on a bend or. three martlets sa. (Collins).

14. In the whét window of the nave- Scriven and Slingsby quarterly,.

15. In the south aisle- Royal Arms temp. George III.

KNARESBOROUGH HOLY TRINITY. Visited Aug. 15th, 1894.

1. In the East window are the arms of Prince Consort.

2. On the choir stalls is a brass cross. Inscription:

To the glory of God and in memory of Lucy Collins. These chancel seats were erected by the Parishioners, 1887.

Arms in a lozenge, Gu., on a bend or. three birds,

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within a bordure semeé of fleur-de-lis (Collins). Motto, TEN. DI MVS.

LOW HARROGATE ST. MARY,

No Armor1aLrs.

NORTON-LE-CLAY ST. JOHN,

No Armoriars.

ROECLIFFE ST., MARY.

Royal Arms temp. Victoria, undated.

SPOFFORTH ST. JAMES, Visited Aug. 1894.

1. High up on the north wall of the chancel is a stone shield- Quarterly I. and IV. A lion ramp. (Lonvain, used for Percy). I1. and III. Three lucies haurient (Lucy). Harg. p. 277, says that this shield was formerly on the exterior, but he describes it as Percy and Brabant.

2. In a wall recess below (removed from the south side and reversed) is a knight in mail, legs crossed, and

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bearing on his shield a fess of five fusils each charged with an escallop (Plumpton). P. gives Plumpton, Arg., five fusils in fess sa., each charged with an escallop of the first.

3. On the north wall of sanctuary is a tablet to James Talbot, D.D., Rector of Spofforth, who d. Oct. 20th, 1708, aged 49. On a chev. betw. three swans' heads as many mullets (. . . ?) imp. a bend fusilly (. . . ?)

Crest, a talbot's head erased.

4. On a tablet in south aisle to Marmaduke Middleton, Esq., d. May 6th, 1857. Erected by his brother William. Arms, Fretty and a canton (Middleton). Middleton bore, Arg., fretty sa. a canton of the second.

5. On another to John and of Will. Middelton, Esq., grandson of Sir Peter Middelton, Knt.; and J ane, his wife, dau. of ye Hon. Sir Thomas Strickland, of Xezergh co. West. He d. April 6th, 1700, aged 48. Erected by Jane, his wife.

Arms, Middelton imp. three escallops in a bordure engr. (S two/bland) witt

Strickland, of ‘Ictzergh bore Sa., three “calla/as in a bordure engr. arg.

6. In the tower is a brass to James Dripp, Rector of Spofforth, who d. (. . .?)

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Arms, Two bends betw. six crosses-crosslet. Crest, a martlet.

STARBECK ST. ANDREW,

No Armoriars.

STAVELEY ALL SAINTS,

No ArmoriaLrs.

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INDEX OF CHURCHES.

Aldfield Allerton Arkendale

Beckwithshaw Bilton

Bishop Monkton Bishop Thornton ...

Brearton

Boroughbridge Burnt Yates

Burton Lennard ...

Copgrove Cowthorpe Dacre Darley Denton Dunsforth Goldsborough

Great Ouseburn

Green Hammerto; Green How Hill ...

Grantley

Hampsthwaite Harrogate

Harrogate St. Peter's

Hartwith

Hunsingore Killinghall

Knaresborough Holy

Trinity

23

Knaresborough Kirby Malzeard Kirk Deighton

Kirk Hammerton ...

Leathley

Little Ouseburn Littlethorpe

Low Harrogate Marston

Marklngton Nidd North Stainley Norton-le-Clay

Nun Monkton Pannal

Ripley

Ripon Cathedral Ripon Holy Tnmty

Roecliffe Sawley Skelton Spofforth Starbeck Staveley Studley Weeton Wetherby Weston Winksley Whixley

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Abbot Moon Adams Aislabee Aldborough Amcotes Anne (Queen) Arden Arundel Atkinson Bacon Badlesmere Ballard Bayne Beachamp Belvoir Berkeley Bertie Bickersteth Blackett Blake Bourne Bowes Bowyer Boynton Braddock Brandling Bullock Burgh Burton

INDEX OF ARMS.

PAGE PAGE 11 | Byerley 49, 50, 51 42 | Campbell 41 3 5 Cardross 30 Cass 20 .. 1 1 gaterall 40 -+ 35, 47 | Charles II. .. 4 Charleton g I Chaworth 53 16 | Clare 52 29 | Clayton 57, 58 8 | Clementson a 17 49 | Collins 58, 59 31 | Conyers ». 37 8 | Cradock & 55 6 | Dawnay 26 8 | Dawson 24 41 | Dering 41 .s 33 | Dodson 6 - 37, 39 | Douglass 37 51 | Dransfield 31 14, 15, 16 | Dripp 60 .. 24, 32 | Dunscombe 47 32 | Earldom of Bute .. 30 18 19 | Earle A 43 34 | Edward III. " 27 1o | Elliott 32 28 | Erskine 30 2, 3 | Espee 8 9 | Fairfax 30

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PAGE PAGE Farside ... _-_ 56 | Jenkins 5 Fenton 7 | Kilvington «++ 36, 42 Fitzjohn 8 | Kitchingham - 29 Fletcher 28 | Lascelles IQ, 51 Floyer 34 | Leigh 34 Foster 29 | Lindley I1 Frankland 43 | Lister 37 Froggett 9 | Lodge .. 34 Garrett 11 | Longley .. 33 George III. 10, 19, 24, 58 | Lorne 41 George IV. 23 | Lovell 290; 30, 55 Gifford 8 | Lowther 27 Gildart 34 | Lucy 59 Goldesborough 37, 38, 39, | Maister .- 35 47, 51, 52, 53 | Malmaynes 31 Goodricke .. _ 5, 6 | Mallorie 35 Gregory 56 | Markenfield 38, 39 Green 31 | Markinton 54) 55 Greenwood 27 | Maynard 36 Grey 41 | Manners 1, 8, 47 Hammerton 3, 6 | Mann 53 Harcourt 43 | Mansell 28 Hassel 29 | Marr 30 Higgins .. 30, 40 | Mathurins, The 13 Hitch 10 | Mauleverer I, 19 Hobart 41 | Merling 40 Hodgson -.. 33, 34 | Micklethwaite 12 Holgate 58 | Middleton bo Holland 31 | Montecute 38 Hopton 11 | Monthermer 38 Hormer «++ 33, 34 | Moseley 35 Horsfield 53 | Neville 27, 29,30,37,38,39,47 Hulton 27, 49, 50 | Newmarche 28 Ingilby 2, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 | Norton 27, 28, 29, 36 Ismaye 40 | Nunwicke 28 James I, 5 | Oxley «+. 30, 34

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PAGE | Stanshall 28 Paulet wee 5 | Staveley 36 Percy 59 | Steward 41 Perkins 35 | Stewart 30 Piggott 40 | Stockdale 54 Pix 2 | Strickland 60 Plantagenet 8 | Suttell 53 Plumpton «_ 3, 60 | Swales 31, 32 Preston 32 | Talbois 14, 15, 16 Priory of Knaresborough 13 | Talbot 60 Pulleyn 32, 57, 58 | Tarquin 8 Radclifte 28 | Tempest 3, 28 Rawlinson 35 | Thirkell 27 Rawson 26 | Thompson 10 Reynard 33 | Tibetot 8 Ribston 28 | Tollett 51 Ripley 34 | Trinitarians, The ... 13 Rhodes 58 | Trippe 9 Robinson 41 | Ughtred ee 3) 4 Roos .. 2, 38 | Vavasour 52 Ros of Belvoir - ... 8 | Venables 43 Roucliff 2; 3, 14, 15 | Vernon 43 St. Laurence 40 | Victoria, Queen 59 St. Paul 40 | Vyner 41 St. Wilfrid 33, 40, 42 | Wales 32 Savile 17 | Walkingham 54 Scott 7 | Warrenne 31 Scriven 54, 55, 56, 58 | Washington 28 Scrope ... 38, 39 | Watson 56 See of Ripon ... 32, 33 | Wednesbury 28 See of York ..- 40, 43 | Wentworth ck _ 27 Serjeantson 36 | Wharton ».. 48, 50 Sievwright 32 | White -.- 39, 56 Sharpe 41 | Wilkes 57 Simpson 14, 57, 58 | Wise 39 Slingsby 54, 55, 56, 58 | Wolstenholme 27 Squire ... __ 30 | Wood 35 Staines 30 | Woodd 42 Stanley 36 Yorke soe __ 41


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