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St John's Church and Churchyard, Ashley. Monumental Inscriptions ...

St John's Church and Churchyard, Ashley. Monumental Inscriptions ...

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St Johns Church & Churchyard. Ashley Marble wall plaque. Above weeping cherub statue, by the famous Dutch sculptor Joseph Nollekens in 1800. Sacred to the memory / of HUGO MEYNELL / who died May, 1800. 49/ Stained glass window, two lights depicting Christ with children. Suffer little / children to / come unto Me. For such is / the kingdom / of Heaven. Presented by FLORENCE EMMA GOODHALL / in memory of her parents / FRANCIS GROCOTT WRIGHT and EMMA WRIGHT. D.BROOK. Wiers Glass Ltd. Stoke on Trent. (Mrs. FLORENCE GOODHALL left money and land to be used for the church school and village children.) 50/ Kinnersley chapel. Decorated with statues of children. Sacred / to the memory of / ANNE / the beloved wife of / THOMAS KINNERSLEY, / of CLOUGH HALL / in the county of STAFFORD / who departed this mortal life / March fourth 1843 / in the fifty second year / of her age / Her delight was in doing good / and many have cause / to bless her. 51/ Kinnersley chapel. Large monument depicting three angels in marble, centre cross inscribed:- I.H.S. "The morning cometh, and also night." / "The trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised." / Sacred / to the memory of / THOMAS KINNERSLEY Esq / of CLOUGH HALL in the county of STAFFORD / who departed this life on the fourth day of February 1855 / aged 72 years / His remains are deposited in the family vault beneath this chapel / The remembrance of his many virtues is deeply imprinted / on the heart of his affectionate sister / ELIZABETH KINNERSLEY / who has caused this monument to be erected / as a tribute of her affection and gratitude / to a much beloved brother 52/ Kinnersley chapel. Marble wall plaque and tomb. Decorated with statue of a woman with book and cross. Sacred / to the memory of / HARRIET / daughter of THOMAS KINNERSLEY of CLOUGH HALL in the county of STAFFORD / who after much patient suffering and with a steadfast faith and hope / in the merits of her saviour / departed this life / most deeply and deservedly lamented / May 4th 1843, aged 42 years / Her remains / are deposited in the vault beneath / In deep affliction for her irreperable loss / and as a last sad tribute of / the sincerest affection / this monument is erected by / her constant companion and sister / ELIZABETH KINNERSLEY. 53/ Kinnersley chapel. Stained glass widow with two lights depicting four coats of arms. Top left. THOMAS KINNERSLEY / 1782 - 1885. Top right, ROBERT WILLIAMSON / 1780 - 1869. Bottom left. GEORGE ATTWOOD / 1777 - 1850 Bottom right Lt. Col. HENRY HEBDEN / 1790 - 1879. 54/ Kinnersley chapel. Marble wall plaque situated below the window. Decorated draped headstone with the name ATTWOOD in the centre of a wreath. © Philip Coops. (Betley) 2006 ©Dorothy Camden (Ashley) 1999 Page 88 of 91 12/30/2006

St Johns Church & Churchyard. Ashley MARY ATTWOOD / wife of GEORGE ATTWOOD of EDGBASTON PRIORY in the county of WARWICK / and daughter of THOMAS KINNERSLEY of CLOUGH HALL in this county / departed this life, dearlt lamented / on the 13th day of April 1823, in the 38th year of her age / leaving issue, one daughter. / Her remains were interred in the vault of her family / in this church / and this monument was erected by her surviving husband / as a memorial of her worth and of his irreperable loss. 55/ Kinnersley chapel. Large marble sculpture of THOMAS KINNERSLEY reclining on a couch decorated all round. Memorial written underneath. Sacred / to the memory of / THOMAS KINNERSLEY / of CLOUGH HALL in the county of STAFFORD / born December 18th 1751, died November 3rd 1819 / The awful moment of separation from his beloved family / was sudden and unexpected / with the faith of a Christian, the affection of a husband / and the love of a father he looked upon his wife and children / who gathered in sorrow around him. / And died so calmly they scarce beleived it death / the placid smile of hope and resignation remaining / on his honoured countenance / As the immortal spirit sought the bosom of God / Let me die the death of the righteous / and let my latter end be like his / MARY KINNERSLEY relict / and for forty one years the affectionate and exemplary / wife of THOMAS KINNERSLEY, departed this mortal life / full of faith and hope June 30th 1828 aged 67 years / beloved and deeply demented. Sculptor Chantry,Sc 1826. 56/ Marble monument on black background high on wall depicts statues of two angels either side and surmounted by an urn and three angels heads. Sacred / to the memory of / ELIZABETH KINNERSLEY / who died on the 4th of January 1865 / aged 73 years / Deeply regretted. 57/ Kinnersley chapel. Stained glass window, two lights with smaller one centre top. Depicting five coats of arms. Top centre. EDWARD KINNERSLEY / 1788 - 1868 Left light. WILLIAM KINNERSLEY 1726 - 1778 Right light WILLIAM SHEPHERD KINNERSLEY / 1780 - 1823 Bottom left THOMAS KINNERSLEY / 1751 - 1819 Bottom right THOMAS KINNERSLEY / 1782 - 1855. 58/ Kinnersley chapel. Marble wall plaque with carved statue depicting braken column with a drape across also medal depicting the head of the deceased. In memory of / WILLIAM SHEPHERD KINNERSLEY / of NEWCASTLE UNDER LYME / eldest son of THOMAS KINNERSLEY of CLOUGH HALL / in the county of STYAFFORD / he represented his native town in two successive parliaments / and closed his short but useful life / deeply lamented by his family and regretted by all who knew him / on the 8th July 1829 / aged 42 years / "The memory of the just is blessed" / in affectionate remembrance of a beloved brother / this monument is erected by THOMAS KINNERSLEY / of CLOUGH HALL. 59/ Kinnersley chapel, high on west wall. Funeral hatchment of KINNERSLEY family. diamond shaped crest with lion rampant in centre. Timor omnis abesto. 60/ Kinnersley chapel, high on west wall. Funeral hatchment of KINNERSLEY family, shield shaped crest - lion rampant in center with eight crosses around. © Philip Coops. (Betley) 2006 ©Dorothy Camden (Ashley) 1999 Page 89 of 91 12/30/2006

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