Inscriptions in All Hallows Church, Tottenham
lies Interrd the Body
of JANE the Daughter of
William and Elizabeth Skinner,
of Gshilby in the County of York:
Who died the 12th of March 1787
Aged 16 years.
Ri: Wilcocks De Tottenhaâ
In Com: Mid: Ar:
Conivx Rob: Barkham Esqv: Avr:
De Wainfleet. in Com: Linc:
Mater 12 liberorvm 4 mascvlorvm. 8 Faemin
7 Decem: 1644 Ætat: 36.
Filios 7 Filias a chariss:
Paly of six argent and gules a chevron or, impaling
argent a lion rampant between three crescents sable a chief vair.
Crest: Two arms embowed in armour proper garnished or,
holding a sheaf of four arrows or feathered argent and tied with
Sacred to the Memory
Revd THOMAS ROBERTS, A.M.
Rector of St Peters Cornhill and during 26 years
Vicar of this Parish
In testimony of their veneration for whose character
This Tablet has been erected by the inhabitants of
As a memorial of the gratitude with which they cherish
The rememberance of the christian virtues
which adorned his life and endeared him to those
who were the more immediate objects of his
Paternal solicitude and affectionate regard
Obiit the 5th Oct AD 1824
Anno Ætatis 73
Heare vnder lieth the
body of the
Lady MARGARET IRBY, ye Davghter
Of Sr Edward Barkham sometime
Lord Mayor of ye Citty of London
& late ye wife of Sr Anthony Irby
of Boston in Co Lincolne KT by
whome shee had Issve 3 Dav: Iane
Margarett & Iane al wch died beefore
there mother & lye interred heare
Obijt 24 of Novembris A° D°164o.
Argent fretty sable on a canton gules a chaplet or,
impaling paly of six argent and gules a chevron or.
lyeth the body of THOMAS WHELER of
Woodgreene. in ye parishe of Tottenham Esq
And also his Daught: MARTHA WHELER wch said Thos
Dyed ye 29th Ivne 1611 and his Davght ye 3d May 1611.
the Memory of
HENRY HARE TOWNSEND, Esq.
Obiit 2. Aprilis 1827 Ætatis 61.
|Here lies a man, who
acted well his part
On lifes great stage, and ownd a noble heart
Prompt was his hand the indigent to bless,
The passport to his bounty was distress,
Clear to the last his mental vigours shone,
And all he loved were loved till life was flown.
Move then, with reverence near this mouldering earth
And think on Townsend, when you think of Worth
Also in the Vault are
Deposited the remains of his daughter
Obiit 3. Novr. 1824 ÆtatiS 24.
Depofitum. JOHANNIS MELTON,
Equitis aurati, ibidemqu
Fereniffimae Regiae Majeftati a fecretis conciliis
Participis, et figilli quod Septentrionalem Angliae
Tractum fpectat custodis necnon lectiffimae dominae Elizabethae, quae et Ferdinando
Heborne militis vidua
Huic fecundo quatuor peperit liberos, quorum
Superftites Francifcus et Elizabetha optimos
Parentes orbi m¦rent : Deinceps Catharinam, Alani
Currance armigeri filiam in uxorem duxit, ex qua
Edovardum, Johannem, Richardum, et Annam
Genuit, quibus uterque itidem parens fumme
Defideratur. Reliquit vero Margaretam, Samuelis
Alderfey armigeri, olim conjugem, quae m¦ftiffima
Hoc quantum cunque eft marito chariffima nec
Viduato pectore excifuro
Obiit xvimo Decembris, MDCXL.
Azure a cross patonce voided argent in the centre a
bezant, impaling argent on a fess between three bells gules as
many crosses crosslet of the field.
the Memory of
Mr. WILLIAM ROBINSON,
Who departed this life on the 31st of August A.D. 1827.
at Prince of Wales Island in the East Indies
on Board H.M.S. Java, the Flag Ship of the Station
of which he was mate, aged 22 years
He was the eldest son of
William Robinson, LL.D.,
Barrister at Law
and of Mary his wife
of this Parish
In Memory of
|A son beloved lamented
Claims from the Parents heart a pious sigh,
A Brothers urn demands the kindred tear,
And gentle sorrow gush from friendships eye,
To-day, we frolic in the rosy bloom
Of Youththe morrow knells us to the Tomb.
WILLIAM ROBINSON, LL.D.,
of this Parish
Barrister at Law, of the Middle Temple
Who died I June 1848, aged 71 Years. and lies buried in the vault beneath,
Also AGNES CAROLINE
Who died 4th July 1821 aged 4 years.
Who died 3 Id May 18 22 aged 2 years.
and ALFRED DARLINGTON,
Who died 27 August 1824 aged 6 months. Children of the above
Also CHARLES JAMES MADDEN,
Who died 2 December 1845, aged 2 years
And HENRY YOUNG B. MADDEN,
Who died 14 July 1846 aged 7 months
Children of Sir F. Madden, K.H.,
and Grandsons of the above
Also MARY, wife of the above W. Robinson, Who died 20th April 1856 aged 74 years.
And CHARLOTTE ANN daughter of the above William and Mary Robinson,
Who died at her house
in Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park
the 27th February 1867. Aged 48 years.
Abilities and extensive Knowledge;
Generofity and Humanity of Soul;
Constancy in Friendfhip;
Truth and Probity in Word and Action;
Charity proceeding from Goodnefs of Heart;
Modefty from an humble Disposition;
Eminence in every Chriftian grace and Virtue;
diftinguifhed the Life of
The Rev. JAMES DAVIES, A.M.
Late Curate of this Parifh:
Who died refigned to his Fate,
but inexpreffibly lamented by his Friends,
the 26th of August 1748
in the 29 Year of his Age.