HEREFORDSHIRE : ST. MARY, DILWYN

MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS
INDEX OF PERSONAL NAMES

Andrews, 12

Bagley, 32

Banks, 60,113

Baugh, 60,113

Bennett, 152

Berington, 115

Bevan, 60,113

Birtles, 37

Blackmore, 50

Botham, 3

Bowen, 39

Bowyea, 158

Bowyear, 160

Brace, 25

Bradford, 161

Bray, 9,26-27,36

Bra]dford, 157

Brown, 60,113

Bufton, 24

Burton, 38,60,113

Bywater, 60,113

Carpenter, 119

Child, 49

Chubb, 10

Clark, 1,16,109

Coleman, 114

Colton, 121

Corfield, 119,124

Daniell, 31

Dav((.))es, 15

Davies, 5,60,113

Dayas, 7

De Boinville, 47

Dent, 8,34

Eckley, 41

Edwards, 60,113

Evans, 4,42,60,113,159

Foxton, 29

Frazer, 119

G, 13

Gay, 14

Gilley, 152

Godfrey, 14

Gough, 46,60,113

Gregg, 42

Griffin, 43

Griffiths, 14,54,60,113

Hall, 60,113

Hammonds, 102

Harris, 60,113,119

Hayes, 60

Haynes, 113

Heather, 122

Hemming, 59

Hockey, 11

Holder, 56

Hu((.))dley, 55

James, 2

Jay, 10

Jones, 17,60,113

Lambe, 29,115-119,129

Lee, 30,113

Lewis, 33,40,48,53

Lloyd, 27

M, 103

Marlowe, 119

Meenor, 103

Mellor, 50,125

Miles, 45

Moore, 60,113

Morgan, 35

Morris, 1,26,30,60,113

Moyle, 51

Munn, 103,160

Mvnn, 156

Newton, 119

Parry, 19

Peploe, 119

Philepotts, 111

Phillips, 109-110,119,151

Philpotts, 119

Powell, 18,60,113,126,128,151

Preece, 23

Price, 130

Pugh, 3,25,36,39,43,45,52,55

R, 107

Rees, 120

Richards, 44

Ricketts, 28,60,113

Ross, 160

Rufsell, 119

Russell, 5-6

S-B, 24

Savager, 60,113

Sheward, 161

Skinner, 153

Storr-barber, 24,60

Talbot, 123

Thomas, 16,121

Tivy, 15

Tyler, 127

Tyrconnel, 106

Vale, 51

Vaughan, 60,113

Vick, 115

Watkins, 9,60,113

Watts, 51

Wellings, 58

Williams, 52,60,113

Wood, 60,111,113



 INDEX OF PLACES, OCCUPATIONS, ETC.



16TH Lancers, 46,60,113

2nd Border Regiment., 60,113

20TH Battalion B.I.F., 113

3 per cent Consol, 119

A/Bombadier, 28

Alton Court, 8

Austn, 60

Barmouth, 35

Bedford House, 46

Binney, 118

Bombr, 60

Boy 1., 60

Boys Field, 5,6

Brick House, 11,14

Brierley, 14

Broadwater, 117

Bromyard, 159

Brussells, 116

Bryncwym, 18

Cantab., 50,125

Cauis College Camb., 129

Charity School, 109

Church House, 9

Church School, 119

Churchwardens, 119,160,161

Clerk, 159

Commander, 116

Commonwealth War Graves Commission, 28

Corporal, 60

Cosolidated 3 per cent annuities, 119

Countess Dowager, 106

Cross House, 119

Curate, 126

Driver, 60

Devon, 129

Drake Moor, 119

Drowned, 60

Dunwood, 39

Firs, The, 54

France, 38,46

Gloster Regiment, 113

Gonirlle, 129

Gordon Highlanders, 60,113

Great House, 119,124

Great War, 60

Gunner, 60

Hales-Owen, 151

Haven, 26-27,45,48,53

Headland, 56

Henwood, 29,36,115,119,129

Hereford Regiment, 60,113

Hereford, 115,117,119,121

High Sheriff, 110

Hilltop, 29,114,119

Homme, 106,119

Hurst, 42

Jesus College, Oxford, 18,126

Justice of the Peace, 110, 117,129

K.R.R.C., 113

K.R.RIF.C., 60

King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 46,60,113

Kings Pyon, 159

Lieutenant, 60

Leominster, 3,10,24,25,27, 39,111,152

Ludlow, 10

Luntly, 55,152

M.A., 18,50,125-126,128,159

M.D., 29,129

Magistrate, 114

Market Harborough, 37

Mason, 1,3,10,16,24-25,52, 109,111,115

Melville Castle, 116

Mercer, 152

Minister, 119

New 3 per cent annuities, 119

Newton, 17,109-110,119,151,155

Organ Fund, 124

Private, 60

Pembroke College, Oxford, 18

Perryditch, 34

Perry[.....], 8

Pilot Officer, 60

Pitch Farm, Dilwyn, 41

Port Said, 50

Primitive Methodist Minister, 10

Pulpit, 122

Royal Air Force, 60,113

Royal Army Medical Corps, 60,113

Royal Field Artillery, 60,113

Royal Irish Rifles, 60,113

Royal Navy, 60,113

Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 60,113

Radnor, 18

Rector, 18,128

Reverend, 10,18,29,120-122, 125-126,128,159

Royal Arms, 108

Royal Garrison Artillery, 28

SC, 60

Sergeant, 60

St Peter's Parish, Hereford, 29

St John's College Cambridge, 129

Sculptor, 60

Sergeant Major, 46

Sollers Dilwyn, 32

South London Crematorium, 57

Staunton Long, Salop, 18

Stocking Field, 44

Stretford, 18,128

Sussex, 117

Swanstone court, 103

Torquay, 29,129

Townsend, 7

Trefvnor, Cardiganshire,27

Twyning, Glostershire, 29

Tyrconnel, 106

Upper Dewel, 43

Vicar, 18,35,50,119-122, 125,159

War Memorial, 60,113

Warwick, 29

Welsh regiment, 60,113

Weobley, 111

Winsley, 115

Woodbury, Yarkhill, 34

Worcester, 119

Worcester Regiment, 60,113

Worthing, 117

Yarkhill, 34




DATE OF EARLIEST REGISTER: 1588



INCUMBENT: Interregnum.

     Team office address: The Priory Office, Leominster.

     telephone: 0568 612 124



RECORDING DATES: July - September 1992.



CUT OFF DATE: 1923, when a new burial ground opened across the road.



RECORDER & TYPIST: Alec Whitfield of Dilwyn who also checked the typescript
against the memorials.



ALTERNATIVE SOURCE:  The George Marshall Papers.  Hereford County Record
Office reference K38/cd/5/Box 1.  These include details of the monuments
inside Dilwyn Church. Generally they are accurate, and have been cross checked
with the actual monuments.  Additional information from the Marshall Papers
is marked with an asterisk *.  A number of monuments that have not survived
are also recorded.  These are numbered 151 onwards.  The Papers include
heraldic details.



COPIES DEPOSITED WITH: Hereford Record Office, Hereford City Library,
Incumbent, Hereford's Deputy Diocesan Secretary, Society of Genealogists,
Herefordshire Family History Society.

DESCRIPTIONS: The following descriptions are used throughout:



Type of Stone (D in front of the monument type indicates a double grave.)

     A  = Altar Tomb      H  = Headstone       P  = Pedastal

     B  = Open Book       K  = Kerbstones      T  = Table Tomb

     C  = Coffin Stone    L  = Ledgerstone     X  = Cross

     F  = Footstone       O  = Obelisk         W  = Window

     WT = Wall Tablet     FS = Floor Stone



Condition of Monument

     CO = Collapsed         N  = Flaking           V  = Overgrown

     E  = Leaning           SD = Sound but displaced

     FA = Falling Apart     SS = Sound, in Situ



Condition of Inscription

     CW = Clear but worn     I  = Illegible        M  = Mint

     D  = Destroyed          J  = Traces           MD = MainlyDecipherable



Material

     G  = Granite           MA = Marble          R  = Brass

     LS = Local Sandstone                        ?? = No material listed



When some words or letters are followed by "[sic]", itdenotes the spelling is
as written on the memorial.



IN THE CHURCH YARD:





1    DH, NS, MD, LS. Mason: J CLARK

 [Left side] In / memory of / WILLM MORRIS / wh[....]  / [....]1853 / Aged 79.
[Right side] [..] / memory of / ELIZTH wife of /  WILLM MORRIS, /who died Aug
3rd / 183[?]9[?] Aged  / 44. [Below both] Husband and children my life is
past, /  My love for you so long did last, / Do you for me  no sorrow take,
/ But love each other for my  sake.



2    DH, NS, MD, LS.

 [Left side] Sacred to the memory of / RICHARD. son of  / JOHN and MARY JAMES
/ of this Parish. who /  died Novr 26sth 1850, / aged one year. / and 9 
months. / Also MARY wife of / JOHN JAMES. / Died  DecR 14TH 1868, / [..] the
59TH year / of her  age. / [..]essed are the dead / [..]ich die in  the Lord,
that / [..]ey may rest from their /  Labours. [Revelations 14:13]

 [Right side] Also / MARY ANN. / daughter of / JOHN and  MARY JAMES. / Died
FebY 28TH 1859, / Aged 19  years.



3    H, SS, M, LS. Mason: PUGH. / LEOMR

 In loving memory / of / ANNIE BOTHAM, / who died August 1ST / 1897. / Aged
14 years. / "Thy will be done."



4    H, SS, M, LS.

 In / loving memory of / JOHN EVANS, / who died March 22. 1896. / aged 61
years, / "The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken/ away, blessed be the name
of the Lord." [Job 1:21] / also MARY, his beloved wife / died August 8th.
1915. / aged 82 years. / "Peace perfect peace."



5    H, SS, CW, LS.

 In / loving memory / of / ADELAIDE, / wife of JAMES RUSSELL, ­BOYS FIELD­
/ who died  June 4. 1908. / aged 70 years. / Also of / MARY ANN DAVIES, /
sister of the above. / who died July 8. 1911. / aged 70 years.



6    H, SS, CW, LS.
  In / loving memory / of / JAMES RUSSELL / (BOYS-FIELD) / who died July 21ST
1916. / Aged 76.



7    A, SS, CW, LS.

 [North side] Sacred to the memory of / THOMAS DAYAS, /  (of this village) who
departed this life / Jan.  17th. 1853, aged 95 years. [East side - no
inscription] [South side] Sacred to the memory of / JOHN, son of  THOMAS &
SARAH DAYAS / who departed this life  21st. Febry. 1840. / in his 12[?]th
year. [West side] In / sacred remembrance of / SARAH, /  Widow of JOHN DAYAS,
/ formerly of the TOWNSEND /  of this Parish / who died Sept 5th 1889 / aged
77  years.



8    C, SS, MD, LS.

 [North side - mint inscription] In memory of / Mr  STEPHEN DENT, / of ALTON
COURT, DILWYN, / who  departed this life June 16th 1866 / aged 73  years. /
Thy will be done. [South side - worn inscription] Also in affectionate  memory
of / ANN wife of STEPHEN DENT / who died  at PERRY[.....] May 29th 1881 / in
her 70[?]h  year / [.]k[....]s c[..]t for me



9    A, NS, MD, LS.

 [North side -  no visible inscription] [East side] In memory of / RICHARD
WATKINS / of THE  CHURCH HOUSE / in this Parish / who died August  10TH 1861/
aged [..] years / Also of / HONORIA /  youngest daughter / of the above / died
Nov the  20TH 1902 / aged 71 years.

 [South side - flaking] [......] / [.....]IA wife of /  RICHARD[?] WATKINS /
[..] CHURCH[?] HOUSE in this  / [..]llage) who died May [..] / 1847, aged 47.
/  Also JAMES BRAY / eldest Son of the said[?] /  RICHARD and HONORIA /
WATKINS, who died / Sepr  8th 1812 Aged 2[?]0 / ALso of BENJAMIN RICHARD / 
their second Son who / died Oct. 18th 1842 Aged  1[.] / The remains of the
abo[..] / (....]d in a  Vaul[.] / u[....] Monume[..] [West side -
indecipherable]



10   C, SS, M, LS.  Mason: J.JAY LEOMINSTER

 [North side] In loving remembrance of the / REV.  WILIAM CHUBB, / Primitive
Methodist Minister, /  who died at LUDLOW Jany 19TH 1874, / Aged 65  years.
/ I have fought a good fight, / I have  finished my course, / I have kept the
faith. [South side] In loving remembrance of / MARTHA / wife  of the REV. W.
CHUBB, / who died February 25TH  1877, / Aged 67 years. / "For to me to live
is  Christ, and to die is gain."



11   C, NS, MD, LS.

 In loving memory of / M[..] MARTHA MARIA HOCKEY / formerly of the BRICK
HOUSE, DILWYN / who Died SepR 14. 1897, / Aged 56 years. / Absent from the
body, present with the Lord.



12   HK, SS, M, G. Decorated with Angel on bronze plaque.

 [To left of plaque] To the / Glory / of God / and [To right of plaque] in
ever / loving / memory / of [Below plaque] JOHN ANDREWS / Born 27TH DecR 1846.
/  Died 3RD AugT 1915. / and of MARY JANE his wife /  born July 25TH 1843 /
Died July 18 TH 1923 / "The  upright shall dwell in thy presence".



13   L, NS, J, LS.

 S.G / 1881 / S J.G. / SEP [...]18.



14   A, NS, MD, LS.

 [North, Left] Sacred to the memory of / SARAH JANE, /  daughter of SARAH GAY,
/ and widow of the late /  BENJAMIN GODFREY / (of BRIERLEY,) / who entered 
into rest / Sepr 16th 1918. / in her 76th year. /  "Peace perfect peace."
[North, Right] In loving rememberance of / SARAH, /  widow of the late ELIAS
GAY / who died at DILWYN  Jany 22nd, / 1881, / Aged 73 years. / "Blessed  are
the dead which die in the Lord / from  henceforth. Yea, saith the Spirit, /
that they  may rest from their labours." [Revelations 14:13] [East - no
inscription] [South, Left] [.........] / ELIZABETH [.....]of /  [...]
RICHARD[?] GRIFFITHS / of [......] Parish /  who departed this life / Febry
9th 1855, / Aged  82. / By all belov'd and full of love to all. /  Death
pain'd her friends but could not her appal.  / She passed serenely to the
realms above / Up  borne by arms of everlasting love. [South, Right] In loving
memory of / SAMUEL GRIFFITHS  / (of BRICK HOUSE, DILWYN) / who died July 25th
/  1893, / Aged 81 years. / Mark the perfec
t man and  behold / the upright for the end of that man is  peace. [Psalm
37:37] [West - no inscription]



15   H, FAD, CW, LS.  Three pieces in hedge.

 [Piece No. 1] In / memory / of / CORNELIA TIVY / Died  / April 29TH 1877 /
"He took them up in his /  arms" Mark Xc, 16v. [Pieces Nos. 2 & 3] In / memory
/ of / JAMES  DAV[.]ES, / who died FebY [.]th 1874, / Aged 59  [.]ears. /
"Prepare to me[.]t thy God."



16   WT, SS, M, LS.  Mason: J.CLARK.

 JEMIMA THOMAS died DecR / XXVIII [28]. MDCCCXXII [1822]. / Aged VII [7]
Months. / JAMES THOMAS / Died Octr XI [11]. MDCCCXXX1 [1831]. / Aged VII [7]
Years, / Suffer little children to come unto me. [Luke 18:16]



17   WT, FS, MD, LS.

 [...]ath are depofited / [....]mains of SARAH the wife / [......]MAS JONES
of NEWTON / [....]arifh who departed this life / [.]any 30th 1806 aged 46. /
[....] modeft affable and kind, / [....] patient, and in Death refin,d /
[...]ign,d in Chrift She put her tr[..]t / [....]gh him, triumphant with the
juft. / [.]or emp[..]w this stone is not design,d / [...] duly to [...]prefs
each heedlefs mind. / [..]ferious [..]ughts of that approaching end / [....]os
or foon or late must be[..]



18   C, SS, MD, LS.

 [North side] In memory of THE REVD SAMUEL POWELL,  M.A., / of PEMBROKE
COLLEGE, OXFORD, / Rector of  SRETFORD, in this county. / He died SeptER 23RD 
1869, aged 79. [East side - no inscription] [South side] In memory of THE REVD
JAMES [.]OWELL,  M.A. / of JESUS COLLEGE, OXFORD. / Vicar of  STAUNTON LONG,
SALOP. / and 5[?]0 years curate of  this Parish / He died May 26 1866 Aged 78
[West side] MARY ANNE / daughter of / THE REVD SAMUEL  POWELL, / Rector of
BRYNCWYN, / in the county of  RADNOR, / Died March 28th 1867 Aged 74.



19   H, SD, CW, LS.

 Sacred to the memory / of RICHARD PARRY, / of this Parish, / who died July
6H 1852, / aged 60 years. / also MARTHA / wife of RICHARD PARRY, / who died
July 3d 1852 / aged 58 years. / Kept by the power of God, through faith unto
/ salvation  I.P. V.5h [1 Peter 1:5]



20   H, FA, I, LS.



21   H, FA, I, LS.



22   H, FA, I, LS.



23   H, FA, MD, LS.

 Sacred / to the Memory of / CATHARINE PREECE, / who died August 8th 1815, /
in the 19th year of her age. / Also in Memory of / WILLIAM PREECE, / and ANN
his Wife. / he died March 10th 1821. / in the 62 year of his age / she died
March 18th 1831 / in the 75 year of her ag[.] / Dear children weep no [.....]
fo[...] / but pray for grace [.....] / W[...]ff tho[..]



24   H, SS, CW, LS.  Mason: S-B LEO.

 In / loving memory / of / AGNES MARY BUFTON, / who died Nov. 30. 1910, / aged
33 years. / +  / The Lord gave, and the Lord hath / taken away.



25   C, SS, CW lead, MA.  Mason: Pugh[?] LEOM.

 [North side] In loving memory of / SUSAN BRACE, / died  March 5th 1938 / in
her 96th year / at rest. [South side] In loving memory of / ELEANOR KATE, / 
daughter of THOMAS & SUSAN BRACE, / who died June  27th 1904, / Aged 32 years.



26   A, SS, MD, LS.

 [North side] In memory of HARRIET, / the beloved wife  of GEORGE BRAY, / of
HAVEN, in this Parish, / who  died June 15. 1843, / aged 35 years. / Mourn 
Christian for a woman and a wife / cut off so  soon from usefulness in life
/ yet as one mindful  of thine own dim sight / find sure that all God's  ways
are wise and right [East side - badly flaked] In memory of / HONORIA,  second
daughter / of GEORGE & HARRIET BRA[.] / of  HAVEN, in this P[.]rish / who died
June 14th,  1843, / aged 5 years. / Ere sin could blight or  sorr[.....]de,
/ Death came [.]ith friendly  co[..], / The op'ning bud to Heav'n conveyed / 
And bade it blossom there. [South side - indecipherable] [West side] In loving
memory of/ GEORGE BRAY, / of  HAVEN, / who died March 23. 1887, / Aged 76. / 
Thy will be done". / Also MARGARET MORRIS / BRAY,  second wife of the above
/ died Octr. 19. 1889, /  Aged 89.



27   H&K, SS, CW, U.

 [Kerbstone - no inscription] [Headstone] In loving memory of / THOMAS LLOYD,
/ of  LEOMINSTER, / Sixth son of WILLIAM LLOYD, / of  TREFVNOR, CARDIGANSHIRE,
/ who died May 31. 1908  / aged 75[?] years. / Also of / HARRIET, / widow  of
the above, / THOMAS LLOYD, / and eldest  daughter of the late / GEORGE BRAY,
/ (of HAVEN)  / died August 28th. 1912. / Aged 77 years.



28   H, SS, M, Portland Stone.  A standard Commonwealth War  Graves Commission
headstone.

 194082 A/Bombardier / W. J. RICKETTS / Royal Garrison  Artillery / 9th August
1918



29   DA, SS, M, LS.  Inscriptions on lid.

 [North facing] AMELIA / wife of / LACON WILLIAM LAMBE,  ESQ., M.D., /
daughter of THE REV. GEORGE FOXTON,  / TWYNING, GLOSTERSHIRE. / Died August
XXI [21].  MDCCCXLI [1841]. aged XXXVII [37] years. [East facing] The /
remains of / WILLIAM LAMBE. M.D. /  born in ST PETER'S PARISH, HEREFORD / He
died in  this Parish at HENWOOD / June II [2]. MDCCCXLVII  [1847]. Aged LXXXII
[82]. [South facing] LACON LAMBE / of HILL TOP / only son of  LACON WILLIAM
LAMBE / born May 16th 1841 died May  9th 1917. [West facing] LACON WILLIAM
LAMBE. M.D. / of HENWOOD.  / Born at WARWICK July XVIIITH [18TH] MDCCXCVII 
[1797]. / Died at TORQUAY June XXTH [20TH]  MDCCCLXXI [1871].



30   C, SS, MD, MA.

 In loving memory of / HERBERT / beloved son of /  CHARLES & FRANCES LEE /
died Oct 8 1920 aged 25 /  also of / WILLIE MORRIS LEE / died Dec 20 1920 
Aged 13.



31   C, CO, CW lead lettering, MA.

 [Top step] In / loving memory / of [Middle step] EILLA daughter of / SARAH
and THOMAS /  DANIELL. [Bottom step] who fell asleep 28. Oct. 1920 / aged 28 
years / and her spirit came again and she /  straightway.  [Luke 8:55]



32   H, SS, M, LS.

 In / loving memory / of / THOMAS BAGLEY, / (SOLLERS  DILWYN) / who died
August 5th 1905 / aged 72  years. / + / Also of ELLEN ELIZABETH his wife / 
who died October 19th 1919, / aged 86 years.



33   H, SS, CW, LS.

 In affectionate rememberance of / ELIZABETH / the beloved wife of / WILLIAM
LEWIS, / (of this Parish) / who departed this life, / December 11TH 1879, /
aged 73 years. / She lifted her hand to the poor and needy. / Also of /
WILLIAM LEWIS, / who departed this life, / January 20TH 1892, / Aged 82 years.
/ "Rock of ages cleft for me."



34   C, SS, MD, MA.

 [North face] In memory of / ARTHUR ANDREW DENT / of  WOODBURY. YARKHILL /
died Aug 2ND 1941. aged 90  years. / Peace perfect peace. [South face] In
memory of / LOUISA ANN / the beloved  wife of ARTHUR DENT  of PERRYDITCH. /
died May  15TH 1880 aged 25 years. / She is not dead but  sleepeth.



35   X, SS, MD lead lettering, MA.

 To the dear memory of RALPH ALLEN MORGAN / the beloved son of THOMAS MORGAN
Vicar of this Parish / and MARIA ESTHER his wife who died at BARMOUTH / on the
20TH of August 1874 aged 8 years / "and Jesus called a little child unto Him."
/ "Of such is the Kingdom of Heaven."



36   Pillar&K, SS, M, MA. Mason: PUGH. [North side] And in / loving memory of
/ GEORGE BRAY,  / who died FebY 19TH 1910, / aged 76. [East side] To the
memory of / ELEANOR, / the dearly  loved wife of / GEORGE BRAY, / of HENWOOD,
in  this Parish, / who died May 21. 1882, / aged 43.  / Also / CONSTANCE JANE
/ daughter of the above /  died DecR 13TH 1878, / aged 6 months. [South and
West sides - no inscriptions]



37   X&L, SS, M lead lettering, MA.

 [Bronze medalion in centre of cross, female head with  encicling
inscription:] MARY BIRTLES obt. 1896.  aet. 83 [Top step] In / loving memory
/ of [Middle step] MARY / widow of JOHN BIRTLES / of MARKET  HARBOROUGH / born
April 5TH 1813 / died August  21ST 1896 [Bottom step] "Until the day break and
the shadows  flee away."  [Song of Solomom 2:17] [Ledger - no inscription]



38   H, SS, MD, LS.

 In loving memory of / WILLIAM BURTON, / who died March 19TH 1891. / aged 87
years. / also of WILLIAM, son of / WILLIAM & ROSE BURTON, / who died April
23[?] 1887, / aged 2[?] years / "Waiting [.......]oming / of our L[........]
/ Also of GEORGE [.....] / the above / who fell in France[?] August 17TH /
1917 / [........]



39   H&K, SS, CW, LS Mason: PUGH LEOR

 Until the day break / in ever loving memory / of / THOMAS BOWEN / (of
DUNWOOD) / who died September 19TH 1908 / aged 64 years. / Not lost but gone
before. / Also of / CHARLOTTE BOWEN, / beloved wife of the above / who died
September 10th 1934. / aged 91 years / Peace perfect peace.



40   K&Recumbent Cross, SS, CW lead lettering, MA.

 [North kerb] Also of JOSEPH LEWIS / who died March 24.  1888 aged 38 years.
[East kerb] They shall be mine saith the Lord of Hosts  / in that day when I
make up my jewels.  [Malachi 3:17] [South kerb] Sacred to the memory of SARAH
JANE LEWIS.  / who entered into rest April 12. 1924 aged 71  years. [West kerb
- no inscription]



41   H, SS, CW, LS.

 In / loving memory / of / WILLIAM ECKLEY, / (THE PITCH FARM, DILWYN) / who
departed this life January 5th / 1908, / aged 64 years. / His toils are
passed, his work is done, / And he is fully blessed: / He fought the fight the
victory won, / And entered into rest. / also ESTHER ECKLEY, / the dearly
beloved wife of the above / who departed this life March 27th / 1934, / in her
81ST year. / Peace, perfect peace



42   H, SS, M, LS.

 In loving memory of / CATHERINE / wife of JAMES EVANS, / of THE HURST in this
Parish, / who died AugST 9. 1890, / in her 36TH year. / Be ye also ready for
in such an hour as ye / think not the Son of Man cometh. [Matthew 24:44] /
Also of / MARY GREGG / daughter of the late / JOHN GREGG, / of THE HURST, /
who died Oct. 17. 1916, / aged 76 years. / Peace perfect peace.



43   H&K, SS, M, MA.  Mason: PUGH.

 In / loving memory / of / JOSEPH GRIFFIN / of UPPER DEWEL. / who died August
5. 1913. / in his 76TH year. / Come with me and rest. / Also his wife / ALTHEA
/ who died May 9. 1923 / Aged 79 years. / Peace perfect peace.



44   H, SS, M, LS.

 In / loving memory of / CHARLES RICHARDS, / (of STOCKING FIELD) / who died
October 21. 1921 / aged 77 years. / Lord remember me. / Also of EMMA
ELIZABETH, / his wife / who died May 19. 1929 / aged 82 years.



45   H&K, SS, M lead lettering, MA.  Mason: PUGH

 In loving memory of / JOHN MILES, / (THE HAVEN, DILWYN) / who died October
30th 1913. / aged 58 years. / His end was peace. / Also his beloved wife /
MARY ANN MILES, / departed this life / January 7th 1936. / aged 77 years. /
Rest in the Lord.



46   H&K, SS, M lead lettering, MA.

 In / loving memory / of / CHARLES COURTNEY GOUGH. / (BEDFORD HOUSE) / Late
SergT Major. K.S.L.I. / who died July 16TH 1913. / aged 69 years. / Also
FRANCES / wife of the above / who died Feb. 12TH 1944. /aged 82 years. / Also
SergT C.B.GOUGH son of above / 16TH Lancers who fell in France / March 23RD
1918 aged 26 years.



47   H, SD, M lead lettering, MA.

 In memory of / ELIZA / the much loved wife of / ALEXANDER CHASTEL DE
BOINVILLE / who died 3RD FebY 1892. / Also of / ALEXANDER CHASTEL DE BOINVILLE
/ who died 11TH May 1898. / United forever. / " The gift of God is eternal
life."



48   X&DK, SS, M lead lettering, MA.

 [Step 1 - top step] In / loving memory / of NORAH  KATHLEEN, / infant
daughter of / J. & M.E.LEWIS, [Step 2] (THE HAVEN) / who died NovR 3RD 1896,
/ aged  6 months. [Step 3] MARGARET JOYCE LEWIS, / born FebY 11TH 1903.  /
called home March 1ST 1904. [Step 4] FREDERICK GEORGE LEWIS. / born March 5TH 
1898, / called home Jany 10TH 1907. [Step 5] MARGARET ELEANOR LEWIS, / beloved
wife of  JAMES LEWIS, HAVEN, DILWYN. / born March 12.  1865, passed away Nov.
22. 1932. [Step 6] "Peace, perfect peace." / Also the above  JAMES LEWIS /
Born Aug. 18. 1862, passed away  Feb. 19. 1937.



49   H, SS, CW, LS.

 In / memory of / BEARTRICE CHILD, / who died Oct. 24. 1940. / Aged 82 years.
/ Safe, in God's keeping.



50   H&K, SS, CW, MA.

 In / loving memory / of / ELIZA HELEN MELLOR, / who died SepR 29TH 1923, /
aged 70 years. / Also to the dear memory of / ETHEL HELEN, / daughter of the
above and wife of / SAMUEL PERCY BLACKMORE, / who died at PORT SAID NovR 21ST
1926. / aged 45 years. / and of FREDERICK MELLOR M.A. (CANTAB) / Vicar of this
Parish for 33 years. / who died JanY 13TH 1930 / aged 80 years.



51   H, SS, M, LS.

 In loving memory of / JOHN MOYLE / who died February 9TH 1896 / aged 73
years. / "His end was peace." / Also of WILLIAM VALE, / Son-in-law of the
above / who died Feb. 4TH 1900 / Aged 50 Years. / Short toil :- Eternal Rest.
/ Also of JAMES WATTS, / who died Nov. 25TH 1909. aged 60. / And of ANN WATTS,
his wife / who died June 1ST 1910. Aged 61. / At rest.



52   H, SD, CW lead lettering, MA.  Mason: PUGH LEO.

 In / loving memory of / JAMES WILLIAMS, / who died Sep. 6. 1900, / aged 76.
/ "Blessed are the dead that die / in the Lord." / Also of ELIZABETH his wife
/ who died Feb. 6. 1917, / aged 87.



53   H, NS, CW, LS.

 In loving memory of / MARY ANN LEWIS, / (of HAVEN) / who died February 1ST
1900. / aged 85 years. / Her end was peace.



54   H, SS, CW, LS.

 In / loving memory / of / THOMAS GRIFFITHS / (late of THE FIRS) / who died
September 23RD / 1906, / aged 80 years. / Also of / MARTHA, / Wife of the
above / who died July 1ST 1906. / aged 78 years.



55   K&Recumbent Cross, FA, MD lead lettering, MA.  Mason: PUGH LEOR

 [North kerb - no inscription] [East kerb] "He giveth his beloved sleep"
[South kerb] In loving memory of CHARLES HU[.]DLEY  (LUNTLEY HOUSE) who passed
into rest July 9th  1908. aged 76 years. / Also of LUCY wife of the  above who
died March 13th 1918, aged 79 years. [West kerb - missing]



56   H, SS, MD, LS.

 In memory of ELIZA, / the beloved wife of / WILLIAM HOLDER, / (of HEADLAND)
/ Born December 1st 1856. / Died July 15TH 1917. / Peace perfect peace, with
loved / ones pass away / in Jesus' keeping we are safe / and they. / Also of
WILLIAM HOLDER, / who died NovR 29th 1919 / Aged 64.



57   P, SD, MD lead lettering, G.

 [No indication of how much is missing here] / Also LILLIAN EMILY. / daughter,
/ died Sep. 3. 1939 / aged 63. Cremated / SOUTH LONDON / CREMATORIUM.



58   NOTICE BOARD, SS, M, R.

 In memory of HAROLD WELLINGS.



59   SEAT, SS, M, Wood.

 In Memory of WINIFRED HEMMING.



60   War Memorial, SS, M, U.  Sculptor: STORR-BARBER

 [North plinth, upper] The souls of the righteous / are  in the hand of God. 
And there  / shall no  torment touch them. / In the sight of the  universe
they / seemed to die: and their  departure / is taken for misery.  And their
going  / from us to be utter destruction: / but they are  in peace. / Wisdom
III.1,2,3. [North plinth, lower. No inscription] [East plinth, upper] To the
honour and glory / of God,  and in grateful remembrance of the men / of this 
parish who made / the supreme sacrifice / in the  Great War, and whose names
are written / here,  this memorial is / erected by their relatives and 
friends. [East plinth, lower] GEORGE NORMAN BEVAN. Pilot  Officer R.A.F. /
killed July 31. 41. / ALBERT  JOSEPH WATKINS. Boy 1. R.N. / Drowned Sep. 18. 
39. [South plinth, upper].RR
L-------------------------!------!-----------!------- THOMAS LAMBERT HALL,  
   Corpl  K.R.RIF.C.  Sep.15.16 WALTER JAMES WOOD,Pte.   Gordon H.   Nov.14.16
HARLEY HARRY WILLIAMS,    Gunr.  R.F.A.      Dec.26.16 DAVID JOHN MORRIS,Pte
.   Herefd. R.  Feb.14.17 JAMES JONES,   "     K.S.L.I.    Apr. 9.17 HENRY
GRIFFITHS,   "     K.S.L.I.    Apr.19.17 FREDERICK HENRY BANKS,     "    
Austn       Apr.19.17 FREDERICK GEORGE DAVIES,   "     K.S.L.I.    Jun. 2.17
JOHN POWELL,   "     Herefd. R.  Aug. 6.17 GEORGE BURTON, "     Worc. R.   
Aug.17.17 WILLIAM VAUGHAN,   "     K.S.L.I.    Sep. 2.17 CHARLES EVELYN HAYES, 
    "     2nd Bord.R. Oct.26.17 WILLIAM RICHARD MOORE,     "     Herefd. R. 
Nov. 6.17 ARTHUR EVANS,  "     K.S.L.I.    Dec. 1.17 BERTIE GOUGH, Sgt.  
16th.Lncrs. Mar.23.18 THOMAS DAVIES,Pte.   K.S.L.I.    Apr.20.18 WILLIAM
BYWATER,   "     R.W.Fus.    Apr.29.18 GEORGE SAVAGER,"     Herefd. R. 
Jul.23.18 JOHN HARRIS,   "     Herefd. R.  Jul.29.18 WALTER RICKETTS,  Bombr 
R.F.A.      Aug. 9.18 WILLIAM THOMAS WILLIAMS,  Pte.   R.Ir.Rif.   Oct.23.18
JAMES T. BAUGH,   Lieut. Herefd. R.  Nov. 3.18.RRL    !    !    !       !   
   !       !       !     !    R [South plinth, lower] 1939-1945 / JOHN ROBERT
BROWN,  Dvr. R.A.M.C. Feb.28.43. / VI
CTOR C. EDWARDS.  Corpl Welch R. Jan.28.42 [West plinth, upper] Who lives in
freedom falls / who  dies if England lives. [West plinth, lower] STORR-BARBER,
SC



INSIDE THE CHURCH.



101  FS, Worn Away, I, LS. * To THOS HEVER & his wife.



102  FS, Worn Away, J, LS.

 B / [...]683 / [...]TVS POST FVNERA / W  B / T  H / VIVIT / AD / S[.]HAMMONDS
VICAR OF DILWINN MASTER OF [..]RIS[...]



103  FS, Worn Away, J, LS.

 H  M / 16  57 * HM is HENRY MUNN or MEENOR of SWANSTONE COURT, DILWYN.



104  FS, Worn Away, I, LS.



105  FS, Worn Away, J, LS.

 BU : J[?]AC[?]ET[?] : THOM[.]S : [....] / QUORUM : [..] :
PROPI[?]C[?]I[?]ETUR : DEUS



106  WT, SS, CW, MA.  There is the remains of a defaced  crest at the foot of
the tablet.

 Near this place / are interred the remains / of / FRANCES Countefs Dowager
of TYRCONNEL / who / died at the HOMME / ON THE 8TH day of November 1786 / in
the 56th year of her age.



107  FS, Worn Away, J, LS.

 [No indication of how much is missing here] / November the 3 / 1690 / TR /
April the 18 / 1682 AR * Was in North Isle.



108  WT, SS, M, Wood.  Royal Arms.

 III / G R / Dieu et mon droit



109  WT, SS, N, LS.  Arms.  Mason: J. CLARK

 To the Memory of / THOMAS PHILLIPS of NEWTON EfqR. / Son of Wm PHILLIPS Efqr
/ an old Inhabitant of this Parifh, / who died the 11th of March 1796, aged
73. / To the Labour of the Law / He prefered the Amufements of a rural life,
/ and was much refpected in his Neighbourhood, / of a religious and charitable
Difpofition, / and a frictly honeft Man: / He left the Dividends of £200 ftock
for ever, / to be laid out in Bread for the Ufe of / The poor of this Parifh,
/ and fettled Land of about 8 or £10 a year / on the Charity School here /
[........] his Life time / [..... * founded in his life time and with his
assistance.



110  WT, SS, M [restored?], LS.  Same arms as 109.

 Underneath this / place lyeth the Body / of WM PHILLIPS of / NEWTON Efqr /
He was one of his / Majeftys Juftices of / the peace for this / County, And
alfo / High Sheriff in the / year 1736 And Died / May the 10TH 1752 Aged 68
/ Alfo MARY his Relict / who died April the 2d 1756 / Aged 70



111  WT, SS, I, MA.  Mason: Wood / LEMSTER

 * Beneath are deposited the remains of JAMES HENRY PHILEPOTTS Esqr (Late of
WEOBLEY) who departed this life 15th Septr 1820. AEtatis 90.



112  WT, SS, J, MA.



113  WT, SS, M, Brass.  War memorial.

 In proud and loving memory / of those who fell in the  wars / 1914 - 1918 /
[Left column]  THOMAS LAMBERT HALL  K.R.R.C.  WALTER JAMES WOODGORDON HIGHLDRS 
HARLEY HARRY WILLIAMSR.F.A.  DAVID JOHN MORRISHEREFD REGT.  JAMES JONES 
K.S.L.I.  HENRY GRIFFITHS  K.S.L.I.  FREDERICK HENRY BANKS20TH BATT. B.I.F. 
FREDERICK GEORGE DAVIES      K.S.L.I.  JOHN POWELL  HEREFD REGT.  GEORGE
BURTONWORCS. REGT.  WILLIAM VAUGHAN  K.S.L.I.  CHARLES EVELYN HAYNES2ND BORD.
REGT. [Right column]  WILLIAM RICHARD MOOREHEREFD REGT.  ARTHUR EVANS K.S.L.I. 
BERTIE GOUGH 16TH LANCS.  THOMAS DAVIESK.S.L.I.  WILLIAM BYWATER  R.W.F. 
GEORGE SAVAGER   HEREFD REGT.  JOHN HARRIS  HEREFD REGT.  WALTER RICKETTS 
R.F.A.  WILLIAM THOMAS WILLIAMS      R.I.RIFLES  JAMES T. BAUGH   HEREFD REGT. 
LEWIS EVANS  GLOS. REGT.  HERBERT LEE  R.N. / 1939 - 1945 / [Left column] 
ALBERT JOSEPH WATKINSR.N.  GEORGE NORMAN BEVAN  R.A.F. [Right column]  VICTOR
C. EDWARDSWELSH REGT.  JOHN ROBERT BROWNR.A.M.C.



114  WT, SS, CW, MA.

 In memory of / GEORGE COLEMAN Esquire / a magistrate for this county / who
resided for many years at the HILLTOP / in this Parish / beloved and respected
by all who knew him / he died July 17[?] 1857 / in the 87th year of his age.
/ Also of HENRIETTA SARAH COLEMAN / relict of the above / who died Jan. 17
1862, aged 72 * has: he died July 1st 1857



115  WT, SS, M, MA.  Mason: VICK

 In memoriam LACONIS LAMBE de HENWOOD Arm / Quam AEdem a Solo erexit, / Et per
aestates XXXX [40] feliciter incoluit / Cum conjuge chara ELIZABETHA, /
JOHANNIS BERINGTON de WINSLEY Arm: / Filia primogenita; / Ex qua plurimos
suscepit Liberos. / Patriae Legibus versatus / Prothonotarii Civitatis
HEREFORDENSIS officio / Per multos annos functus est. / Tandem Negotio
solutus, et vitae fallacis satur, / Resurrectionis beatae Spei plenus, / Et
Salvatoris omnino fidens meritis, / Diem clausit supremum. / Anno Sal:
MVCCCVII [1807]: AEtat: suae 79. / Vir humilis, fragilis, flebilis, / Alme
Jesu, miserere mei! / Scipsit et obdormivit



116  WT, SS, M, MA.

 In memory of / Capn JOHN LAMBE / a Native of this Parish / and late Commander
of the MELVILLE CAFTLE Indiaman / Who after a labourious Service for Twenty
years and upwards / was arrefted by the cruel Hand of death at BRUFSELLS /
(where his body lyes interred) / The 26 of Feb 1803 at the praemature[?] Age
of 34 years / To the great Lofs and Affliction of his Family and Friends /
Fili delecte vale! L.L.



117  WT, SS, M, MA.

 LACON LAMBE Arm: / Justiciarius ad pacem conservandam / Paulo ante decefsum
afsignatus, / Vitam A.D. MDCCLXIV [1764] HEREFORDIAE initam / In hac parochia
actam, / Apud WORTHING in agro SUFSEXIENSI / Anno sexagesimo quinto [65th]
morte complevit / Ibi sepultus est / In coemeterio de BROADWATER.



118  WT, SS, MD, MA

 Subtus conduntor reliquiae / MARGARETTAE LAMBE, / LACONIS LAMBE de BIDNEY
Gen: Uxoris dilectae, / in Qua, multae et praestantes Corporis Dotes, / Animi
plures et praestantiores / Emicuere / Pluchra, Pudica, Pia! / Quae tamen, /
Anno Aetatis tricefimo secundo [32nd] nondum peracte / eheu quam breve
spatium! / Septimo [7th] Die Febn Anno 1760. / Animam Coelo reddidit.



119  WT, SS, CW, Wood.

 Benefacions to the poor of DILWYN for ever / In y. year / 1733 THOS CARPENTER
Esqr of the HOMME be. / queathed to decayed Labourers the yearly sum of £2=0=0
/ THOS FRAZER Gent; left to poor Widows the / annual Profits of certain pieces
of land near / the HILL TOP; now set for £1=15=0 / 1778 Mrs MARY MARLOWE left
to the poor condi / tionally the yearly sum of £0=13=10 / 1799 THOS PHILLIPS
Esqr of NEWTON; left the Inter / est of 200 £3 per cent, Consols; to be
annually / distributed in Bread; £6=0=0 / 1802 HENRY NEWTON Gent. of
WORCESTER; left / the Intereft of £100 now vefted in the New / 4 per cent; to
be annually given in Bread; £4=4=0 / 1863 WILLIAM HARRIS of the CROSS HOUSE
/ in the Parish of DILWYN, Gentleman / bequeathed, in trust, to the Minister
and / Churchwardens £100, which stands inves / ted by them in the New 3 per
cent, / annuities producing £108 s19 d9, stock, the / annual interest of which
he directed / to be given in coals at Christmas yearly / to the poor people
living in the said / Parish, a
t the discretion of the said / Minister and Churchwardens. £3=5=0 /

 Benefactions to the Church School of DILWYN for evr / In y. year / 1778 Mrs
MARLOWE left on certain conditions, / for the Support, of a School, the yearly
sum of £1=7=9 / 1788 LACON LAMBE Esqr late of HENWOOD, but / now of HEREFORD;
gave towards the Endowment / of a School payable from certain Lands in this
/ Parish; the yearly sum of £5=0=0 / 1793 THOS PHILLIPS Esqr then living at
NEWTON, / gave for the same good Purpose the yearly / Profits of Land calle
DRAKE MOOR in this / Parish and now let for £9=0=0 / 1820 In aid of thofe
Bendictions, (an addition to / which is much to be wifhed) there are some
annual Subscriptions, amounting to about £4=4=0 / 1821 JAS HENRY PHILPOTTS
Efqr bequeathed / £40 to the School of DILWYN which (the Legacy / Tax
deducted) is invefted in the New 4 per Cents, in the names of SAML PEPLOE Efqr
& THOS RUFSELL / Vicar and yields per Ann. £1=10=6 / 1870 THOS CORFIELD of the
GREAT HOUSE in / the Parish of DILWYN, Gentleman, on / S. James' Day, gave
£100 to the Vicar and Church / -warde
ns, which was by them invested in the Cosolidated £3 per cent annuities,
purchas / ing Stock to the value of £111=17=7, the interest / to be given
annually at Christmas, at their / discretion, to the Poor of this Parish.
£3=7=0



120  W, SS, M.

 This window was / restored in memory of / The Reverend PETER D. REES / Vicar
of DILWYN 1980 - 86 / Easter 1989



121  W, SS, M.  Signed: MICHAEL COLTON / HEREFORD / 1987

 This window was restored / in memory of the / Reverend MICHAEL THOMAS / Vicar
of DILWYN 1973 - 1979 / Michaelmas 1987



122  WT, SS, M, R.

 This pulpit is dedicated to the / service of Almighty God, and placed / in
this Church at its restoration. / A.D.1867. by the Rev. DR HEATHER, Vicar.



123  Recumbent figure of knight, no inscription.

 * It is said to be a TALBOT.



124  WT, SS, M, R.

 The North West Window of this Chancel is / filled with stained glass in
memory of MR / THOMAS CORFIELD of the GREAT HOUSE, DILWYN / by the
Subscriptions of his friends. / Born November VI [6], A.D. MDCCLXXVI [1776].
/ Died August XII [12], A.D. MDCCCLXX [1870] + / He was a liberal contributor
to the DILWYN / Organ Fund, the Parochial and other Charities / and bequeathed
the residue of his Personal / Estate to various Philanthropic Institutions.



125  WT, SS, M, R.

 To the glory of God / and in / loving memory of / The Reverend / FREDERICK
MELLOR M.A. Cantab. / for 33 years / Vicar of this Parish / 1891 - 1924 / died
13 January 1930 / and of HELEN his wife / died 29 September 1923 / a mark of
esteem / from parishioners and friends / The memory of the just is blessed.
Proverbs 10.7



126  WT, SS, M, R.

 The East Window / of this Church / was filled with stained Glass / A.D. 1866.
/ by former Parishioners and other friends of / The Reverend JAMES POWELL,
M.A. / JESUS COLLEGE, OXFORD. / who for the period of fifty years faithfully
/ discharged the duties of Curate of this Parish / Born 24 March 1788. / Died
26 May 1866.



127  WT, SS, M, Slate.

 JOHN TYLER Efqr / Obijt / Janye 1ft 1737 / Aged 34



128  WT, SS, M, R.

 The Sanctuary / Windows of this Church / were filled with stained Glass /
A.D. 1869, in memory of / The Revd SAMUEL POWELL, M.A., / Rector of STRETFORD,
/ Born 6 June 1790, Died 23 Sept. 1869, / and also of MARY ANN POWELL, / Born
7 Dec. 1792, Died 28 Mar. 1867, / by the subscriptions of their many friends
/ as a testimony of respect and esteem.



129  WT, SS, M, R.

 The South West / Window of this Chancel / is filled with stained Glass / In
memory of / LACON WILLIAM LAMBE, Esqr, M.D., J.P., / formerly of GONIRLLE and
CAUIS COLL. CAMB. / and HENWOOD in this Parish; / The eldest son of WILLIAM
LAMBE, Esqr, M.D. / of HENWOOD, and sometime fellow of S. JOHN'S COLL. CAMB.
/ by the subscription of his Tenantry and Friends, / Born July 18th A.D. 1797,
died June 20th A.D. 1871 / at TORQUAY in the County of DEVON. / he was
generous to the poor, a liberal contributor / to all Parochial objects, and
diligent and / conscientious in the discharge / of both his public, and /
private duties.



130  Small plate on service book cupboard, SS, M, R.
  In memory of / WILLIAM T. PRICE



RECORDED ONLY IN THE MARSHALL PAPERS



On the West wall:



151  WT, FA, CW, MA

 Sacred to the memory of THOMAS PHILLIPS Esq. of NEWTON COURT in this parish
who departed this life Dec. 15. 1834, Aged 54.  Also of MARY his widow
daughter of SAMUEL POWELL Esqr of HALES-OWEN who died June 7. 1848 aged 63.



In the Tower:  There are some largely indecipherablememorials forming the
floor of the Tower Vestry.  These areprobably these copied by Marshall.



152  WT, Wood

 Neare this place, lye the body of THOMAS BENNETT, of LUNTLY, he Died. Jan ye
29 1744 Aged, 67.  Also, ye body of CATHERIN ye Wife of THOMAS BENNETT Died
Octobr ye, 25. 1724 Aged 35.  WILLIAM his Son, Died Decebr ye, 26. 1741. Aged
21. CATHERINE his Daughter, died July, ye, 21, 1754; Aged 35.  Also ELINER
Wife of WM GILLEY, Mercer of LEMPSTER Daughter of THOS BENNET, Gent: deaparted
this Life, March ye 1st. 1759 Aged, 37.



The following are all described as "On a flat stone".



153  Here lyeth the body of ANN the wife of IOHN SKINNER who dyed the 15 daye
of Ivly Ao Dm 1682.



154  [MA]RGARET ......... [d]ied 29th of Ivne A:D 1685



155  [In hope] of Resurredtion to Eternal life Here lieth inter[red the body]
of EDWA[RD] ...... of NEW[TON who decea]ced ..... 29 1711 [Aged] 24



156  Here lyeth the body of ALEXANDER the son of RICHARD MVNN [and IA]NE his
wife [who w[as inter]red De]cember 23 [An]no 16..   Memento Mori for that I
am so mvst yvo be O then prepare to follow me.



157  ......  the 5 ...... GEORGE ..... [BRA]DFORD ......



158  Underneath Are deposited the Remains of THOMAS BOWYEA who died June 30th
18..  Aged 73 years.



159  Here lieth the Body of JANE the Wife of The Revd THOMAS EVANS Vicar of
this Parish; An affectionate Wife a tender Mother, and a Virtuous Woman.  She
departed this Life the 27th of Feb: 1752 in the 40th Year of her age.  In
Memory of THOMAS EVANS Clerk. M.A. Vicar of BROMYARD, And of KINGS PYON many
Years Vicar of this Parish.  A Man Generous to his Friends, hospitable to all
his Aquaintance, and charitable to the Poor OB: 27 Mar: 1767 AEtat. 59. In
memory of MARGARET EVANS Relict of THOMAS EVANS, Clerk, M.A. od. 15th October
1783 AEtat 72.



160  A gallery was erected at the West end of the church in 1632.  The
following inscription was on the balustrade:

 Vive ut vivas.  THOMAS MUNN, and THOMAS BOWYEAR, and RICHARD ROSS Church
Wardens.  Iat cite si bene.



161  One of the bells is inscribed:

 RICHARD BRADFORD & THOMAS SHEWARD Ch. Wardens.

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Credits and Copyright

DATE OF EARLIEST REGISTER: 1588

INCUMBENT: Interregnum.

Team office address: The Priory Office, Leominster. telephone: 0568 612 124
RECORDING DATES: July - September 1992.

CUT OFF DATE: 1923, when a new burial ground opened across the road.

RECORDER & TYPIST: Alec Whitfield of Dilwyn who also checked the typescript against the memorials.

ALTERNATIVE SOURCE: The George Marshall Papers. Hereford County Record Office reference K38/cd/5/Box 1. These include details of the monuments inside Dilwyn Church. Generally they are accurate, and have been cross checked with the actual monuments. Additional information from the Marshall Papers is marked with an asterisk *. A number of monuments that have not survived are also recorded. These are numbered 151 onwards. The Papers include heraldic details.

COPIES DEPOSITED WITH: Hereford Record Office, Hereford City Library, Incumbent, Hereford's Deputy Diocesan Secretary, Society of Genealogists, Herefordshire Family History Society.

22 December 1992

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