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THE REGISTER OF BURIALS IN YORK MINSTER, ACCOMPANIED BY MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS, AND ILLUSTRATED WITH BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES. By ROBERT H. SKAIFE, The Mount, York.

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YORK:
York Minster Burials 1731-1812.

A Regester*24 of those Persons that have been Burried in the Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St. Peter's in York since March the 25th, 1731.- Timothy Mortimer, Clerk of the Vestry.

*24 Volume III. There are no Burials entered in the second volume of the Register.

(172). Mrs. Cat : Stanley was Bur. June 1st, 1731. Catherine, daughter of Dr. Nicholas Stanley, and sister of Mary, wife of the Honble Edward Finch, canon of York. See No. 180.

(173). Mrs. Althea (sic) Richardson was bur. May 20th, 1733.

Allathea, wife of the Rev. John Richardson, precentor of York, and daughter and heiress of Mr. Wardman, of Catfoss, in Holderness. See No. 176.

(174). Mrs. Joanna Gibson was bur. June 29th, 1733.

NEAR
THIS PLACE LYETH THE
BODY OF MRS JOANNA GIBSON
THE ELDEST DAUGHTER OF JOHN
GIBSON OF WELBURNE IN THE
COUNTY OF YORK ESQR SHE DYED
THE 27 OF JUNE 1733 IN THE
78 YEAR OF HER
AGE.

Arms.-Barry of six ermine and sable a lion rampant or. Gibson.

The elder sister of " Mrs. Penelope Gibson," who was buried here 29 Jan., 1715-6. See Nos. 151 and 159.

(175). Thomas, the son of the Right Honble Thomas Lord Malton, was bur. September 23, 1734.

The second son of Thomas Wentworth, lord Malton. He was baptized 18 January, 1719-20; and died, at Leyden, in August, 1734. See No. 171.

(176). The Revr'd Mr. John Richardson, Late Presenter, was bur. October the 31st, 1735.

H. J.
JOHANNES RICHARDSON, A.M.
BRADFORDIA IN HOC COMITATU ORIUNDUS,
COLL. CHRISTI APUD CANT. ALUMNUS
JOHANNI SHARP ARCHIEP. EBOR.
PER COMPLURES ANNOS A SACRIS DOMESTICIS
AUCTUS SIMUL RECTORIA DE BEEFORD,
ET PRÆBENDA DE WISTOW ;
QUAM IN HAG ECCLESIA DIGNITATEM
AMPLIORIBUS POSTEA PERMUTAVIT
AD POTIORA STALLA EVECTUS
PRÆCENTORIS, & ARCHIDIACONI DE CLEVELAND
IN NUMERUM TANDEM CANONICORUM RESIDENTIARIORUM ASCITUS.

VIR PACIFICUS VERECUNDUS, SIMPLEX
HISCE NOMINIBUS CUM PAUCIS CELEBRANDUS
CUM PLERISQ3 PROBIS ET PIIS QUOAD CETERA LAUDANDUS.
FAMILIARIBUS SUIS ET AMICIS
OB ADMODUM SUAVEM A NATURA INDOLEM
MORESQ3 PLANE INGENUOS
NON MINUS CHARUS VIXIT QUAM DESIDERATUS DECESSIT
28 OCT. 1735 ÆT. 60.

Arms.-Quarterly 1 and 4. Sable on a chief argent three lions' heads erased of the first (Richardson). 2 and 3 Ermine a cross engrailed sable.

John, son of John Richardson, esq. of North Bierley, co. York, by his second wife, Hannah, daughter of Mr. Thomas Sharp of Bradford, and sister of archbishop Sharp, was baptized at Bradford 20 Oct. 1675. Ordained deacon, 5 March, 1698-9, and priest, 24 Sept. 1699, by the archbishop of York. On 21 May, 1701, he was collated to the stall of Bilton at York, which he exchanged for that of Wistow, 12 Aug., 1703. On 16 Aug. 1702, he was instituted to the vicarage of Burton Agnes, which he resigned 7 June, 1703. On 19 April, 1704, he was collated to the rectory of Beeford, which he held until his death. On 6 Aug. 1711, he was admitted precentor of York, resigning on Aug. 11th seq. his stall of Wistow.

The precentor married Alathea, daughter and heiress of Mr. Wardman, of Catfoss in the East Riding. She died s.p. in 1733, and was buried in the Minster. See No. 173.

The will of John Richardson, clerk, precentor of York, bears date 21 June, 1733, and was proved in April, 1736. His eldest sister Dorothy, married the Rev. Edmund Wickens, rector of Kirkby Thore, co. Westmorland, and canon of York, by whom she had (with other issue) John Wickens, D.D., vicar of Tadcaster, 1735-44, and Hannah, wife of John Head, merchant, Liverpool, and mother of Sir Edmund Head, baronet.

(177). Captain Hen : Wickham was bur. Novr 30th, 1735.

Henry Wickham, esq. of Heslington, third son of Dr. Tobias Wickham, dean of York. He was six months old in Sept. 1665. Married Mary (or Margaret) Archer of Barbadoes, by whom he had a son Henry, rector of Guiseley, who died in 1772, aged 73.

(178). The Revr'd Dr. Samuel Brearey was bur. Jan. the 19th, 1735.

HERE LIES IN HOPES OF A BLESSED RESURRECTION THE BODY
OF SAMUEL BREAREY D : D : WHO AT HIS DEATH WAS SUC-
CENTOR OF THE CANNONS & PREBENDARY OF STRENSAL IN
THIS CATHEDRAL CHURCH, ALSO RECTOR OF THE TWO NEAR
ADJOINING RECTORYS OF MIDDLETON & SOUTH-DALTON IN THE
EAST RIDING. HE WAS SON & HEIR OF CHRISTOPHER BREAREY
OF MIDDLETHORP GENT : SON & HEIR OF CHRISTOPHER BREAREY
WHO WAS SON OF WILLM BREAREY ESQ. TWICE LORD MAYOR (sic)
ESQR. ONCE LORD MAYOR OF THIS CITY, WHO BY HIS FATHER
WALTER BREAREY OF LEEDS GENT : WAS GRANDSON OF WILLIAM
BREAREY RECTOR OF LANGFORD IN DERBYSHIRE, WHO WAS HEIR
TO A YOUNGER SON OF WILLIAM & ISOLD BREAREY OF
MENSINGTON ALIAS MENSTON, CALLED WALTER, WHICH LAST NAMED
WILLIAM BREAREY WAS SON & HEIR OF RICHARD BREAREY ESQR.
OF MENSTON (BY ALICE DAUGHTER & HEIRESS OF ROBERT
BRADLEY ESQR. LORD OF THE MANNOR OF KELBROOK) AND
WHO WAS LINEALLY DESCENDED FROM ADAM BREAREY OF
MENSINGTON, GRANDSON OF ROBERT BREAREY ALIAS BREARHAUGH
OF BREAREY ALIAS BREARHAUGH NEAR LEEDS, BY
AGNES, DAUGHTER & HEIRESS OF RICHARD FRANK, ESQr.
THIS SAMUEL BREAREY HERE INTERRED MARRIED LELLIS
DAUGHTER & HEIRESS OF THOMAS SPENCER OF LYNN REGIS
MERCHANT, & LEFT ISSUE BY HER ONE SON NAMED
CHRISTOPHER SPENCER BREAREY, AND TWO DAUGHTERS
NAMED LELLISA, & ELIZABETH SPATCHURST.

LELLIS HIS MOURNFULL WIDOW HAS CAUSED THIS INSCRIPTION
OF HIS OWN WRITING, & THIS MONUMENT DIRECTED BY HIM
TO BE IN THIS FORM, BOTH AT HIS REQUEST, TO BE ERECTED
HERE. OBIIT 15TH JAN : A : D : 1735 ÆTAT : 65

Samuel Brearey was ordained deacon by the archbishop of York 7 June, 1696, and priest by the bishop of Ely, 20 Sept. seq. On 9 Dec. 1706, he was instituted to the rectory of Middleton-on-the-Wolds, and inducted 23 Feb. seq. On 13 July, 1715 he was instituted to the rectory of South Dalton, having obtained (June 23rd) a dispensation from the archbishop to hold both livings. In 1718 he was appointed Succentor Canonicorum at York, and in 1722 was collated to the stall of Strensall.

Dr. Brearey, whose ancestry is fully and, I believe, accurately set forth on his monument, succeeded his father as lord of the adjoining manors of Middlethorpe and Bustardthorpe, near York in 1719. His mother, who was the daughter and heiress of Fras. Spatchurst, esq. of the Middle Temple, died in the same year, and was buried, with her husband, in the church of St. John at Ouse-bridge-end. The above-mentioned Walter Brearey of Leeds gent., " ætat. about 100 yeares, father of Mr. Wm. Brearey, gent.," was interred in the same church 20 Dec. 1602. Christopher Spencer Brearey, the only son of Dr. Brearey, was instituted to his father's rectory of Middleton 23 March, 1735-6, which he held until his death in 1788. He was succeeded at Middlethorpe by His eldest son, Christopher Brearey, esq. who died in 1826.

Lellis, the widow of Dr. Samuel Brearey, died in 1747-8, and was buried in the Minster. See No. 195. Lellisa, their eldest daughter, became the wife of William Tayleure, esq. LL.B., commissary of the Exchequer Court of York. Elizabeth- Spatchurst, their youngest daughter, married, without her mother's consent, Arthur Riccard of York, gent., and died in 1747, leaving an only son.

(179). Mrs. Anthonina Sowtheby was bur. January the 14th, 1737.

The wife (or widow) of Thomas Southeby, esq. of Birdsall, and daughter of Dr. Tobias Wickham, dean of York. Born 3 June, 1672. Married at the Minster, by her father, 6 July, 1693.

" Elizabeth, the dau-ter of Mr. Thomas Southabie, of Burdsall," was baptized at the Minster, 20 June, 1694. Another daughter, Anthonina, was buried there in the following year. See No. 121.

(180). The Hon' and Rev'rd Mr. Edward Finch was bur. February the 17th, 1737.

EDVARDUS FINCH A.M.
HUJUS ECCLESIÆ CANON : RESIDENTIARIUS,
OBIIT 14T.° FEBR : ANNO DI. 1737, ÆTAT : 75
EX ANTIQUA NOBILIUM, & PRÆCLARE GESTIS INSIGNIUM
QUAM IPSE PORRO PROBITATE ET MORUM ELEGANTIA ORNAVIT
STIRPE ORIUNDUS.
HENRICO JUXTA QUIESCENTI
BENEVOLENTIA, CHARITATE, ATQ3 AMORE VERE FRATERNO,
PER VITAM PARITER DECURSAM,
CONJUNCTISSIMUS
UTER LATIUS, MELIUSQ3 DE EGENIS ET ÆRUMNOSIS MERERET ;
ET (QUOD UTRIQ3 ERAT CORDI) OCCULTIUS
HONESTA FUIT INTER EOS, ATQ3 SOLA CERTATIO.
HIC ILLUM QUAM PLURIMUM DESIDERANS
PER NOVENNIUM (NISI QUOD AD NUMEN DIVINUM
SE TOTUM ACCOMODARET)
INVITUS FUIT SUPERSTES
MORIBUS PER OMNEM VITAM FACILLIMIS
INGENIOQ3 LIBERALI
PIGS REVERENTER, PROBOS CUPIDE ET HILARITER,
DOCTOS SCITE ET ELEGANTER FACETOS LEPIDE & PERURBANE
OMNES HUMANITER ET BENEVOLE EXCEPIT
CONSORTEM TORI INTIME AMANTEM PARITERQ3 AMATAM
PENITUS MOERENTEM RELIQUIT,
SEDES PETENS BEATUM.
IN QUIBUS AMICITÆ IN ÆTERNUM COLUNTUR
NULLO CASU DIRIMENDÆ.

Edward, 5th son of Heneage Finch, earl of Nottingham, and lord chancellor of England, by Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel Harvey, merchant, London. He married Mary, third daughter of Dr. Nicholas Stanley, by whom he left no issue. She died in 1741. See No. 186.

The Hon. Edward Finch, M.A. was ordained deacon, Sept. 8th, and priest, Sept. 15th, 1695, by the archbishop of York. In 1704 he succeeded his brother Henry in the stall of Wetwang at York, which he held until he died. He was also rector of Kirkby, in Cleveland.

In his will, dated 4 Jan., 1737-8, Edward Finch, canon residentiary of York, prebendary of Canterbury, and rector of Eyam, in the Peak of Derbyshire, desires to be buried "in York Minster, next to the body of my dearest friend and brother Henry Finch, late dean of York, deceased" (see No. 169). And he adds, " I positively appoint that there be no manner of expence in

putting my coffin into the grave which can possibly be spared, which I leave to the discretion of the person or persons who takes care of my burial, with this general direction, that whatever can be saved out of the useless funeral shew which the undertakers for funerals do usually procure or provide, the saving that expence will be most according to my intent and desire, for I would be put into my grave with the utmost decent privacy that can be contrived." He bequeaths his house in the Minster Yard, York, to his wife Mary for her life. The corps of my prebend of Wetwang (wch hath fallen in to me), I devise the same to my nephew Daniel Finch, earl of Winchelsea and Nottingham, his heirs and assigns for ever.-All my estate at Knapton, in the county of the city of York, after the determination of John Fuller's interest therein, to the said Daniel and his brother John Finch, their heirs and assigns for ever.-My estates at Belton, co. Rutland, and at Owston, co. Leic., to be settled on the heirs male of my late brother, the earl of Winchelsea.- Executors, his wife Mary, and nephew Daniel Finch. [Pro. 8 March, 1737-8.]

(181). Mrs. Ann Sterne was bur. April the 10th, 1738.

Ann, daughter of Richard Sterne, esq. of Elvington, (grandson of archbishop Sterne), by his first wife Dorothy, died at York, unmarried, 5 April, 1738, aged 31. See No. 232.

In her will, dated 19 Jan. 1732-3 [Pro. 12 May, 1738], she bequeaths to her brother Richard Sterne (see No. 189), £200., and all her shares in the mine adventure ;;--to her uncle Jaques Sterne (afterwards precentor of York) 20 guineas ;-to her sisters Frances and Dorothy Sterne, and to her brother-in-law (half brother) Timothy Sterne, £10. each.-Residue to her sister, Mary Sterne (see No. 232), whom she appoints sole executrix.

(182). Mrs. Mary Wardman was bur. Jan. 26, 1738.

Mary Wardman of York, widow, made her will 1 Dec. 1738 [Pro. 25 May, 1739] in which she deals with property at Seaton and Hornsea, in Holderness, and mentions her sisters Grace Pease, spinster, and Margaret Dunning of Northallerton, widow; also Grace Pease, spinster, daughter of her late brother, Henry Pease.

The testatrix was probably the widow of Mr. Wardman of Catfoss in Holderness, whose daughter and heir Allathea married John Richardson, precentor of York, and, dying in 1733, was buried in the Minster. See Nos. 173, 176.

(183). The Rt. Honble Lord Higham was bur. August, the 30th, 1739.

William, viscount Higham, fourth son of Thomas Wentworth, earl of Malton (see No. 198), by the lady Mary Finch, daughter of Daniel, earl of Winchelsea and Nottingham, was baptized 2 Sept. 1728, and died 16 Aug. 1739.

(184). Mrs. Sarah Drage was bur. May ye 30th, 1740.

(185.) Mis Sarah Lamplugh was bur. May the 17th, 1741.

Probably Sarah, daughter of the Rev. Thomas Lamplugh, canon residentiary of York, baptized here 19 April, 1734.

(186). The Honble Mrs. Mary Finch was bur. March the 3th, 1741.

NEAR THIS MONUMENT LIETH THE BODY
OF THE HONBLE MARY FINCH WIFE TO
THE HONBLE AND REVD EDWARD FINCH
SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 26th OF FEBY
1741
IN SURE AND CERTAIN HOPES OF A JOYFUL
RESURRECTION
TOGETHER WITH HER THREE DEAR FRIENDS
THE HONBLE EDWARD FINCH
MRs CATHERINE STANLEY, HER SISTER,
AND THE HONBLE HENRY FINCH,
LATE DEAN OF THIS CHURCH.

(187). Mrs. Bridgett Procter was bur. April the 17th, 1743.

Bridget Procter of York, spinster, last surviving sister of Nicholas Procter, clerk of the vestry from 1681 to 1691. See No. 165.

(188). George Willmer Esqr. was bur. March the 18th, 1743.

George Wilmer, esq. of York, lord of the manor of Upper Helmsley, eldest son of Randall Wilmer, esq. (who was bur. at St. Mary's, Castle gate, York, 29 March, 1712), by his first wife Dorothy Cornwall. Born 16 Dec. 1676 ; married Anne, daughter and heiress of Lewis Etherington, esq. of Rillington, co. York, by whom he had issue, George (ob. v. p. 1731) ; Dorothy, wife of John Iveson, esq. of Bilton, near York (ob. 1742) ; Anne, married at the Minster, 13 Nov. 1731, William Gossip, esq. of Thorparch; Rebecca, died unmarried 1736; and Lucy, who married at the Minster, 26 Oct. 1749, Mr. Nelthorpe of Seacroft.

Mr. Wilmer's will bears date 19 Nov. 1740, and was proved, 20 April, 1744, by his daughter Lucy Wilmer. His father's second wife was Sarah, youngest sister of Dr. Wm. Stainforth, prebendary of York (see No. 148), and by her he had issue Randall, John, Thomas and Mary.

" Mr. Randall Wilmer of Staples Inn, London, & Mrs. Jane Suger of the city of York," were married in the Minster, 5 Jan. 1748-9, by Zachary Suger, brother of the bride.

(189). Richard Sterne Esqr. was bur. Novr. 16th, 1744.

Richard Sterne of Elvington, esq. son and heir of Richd Sterne, esq. (grandson of archbishop Sterne), by his first wife Dorothy, died at Fulford, 13 Nov. 1744, aged 37 (see No. 232). Will dated 5 May, 1743 [Pro. 23 Jan. 1744-5]. "My large silver Tankard, gilded with gold, given to archbishop Sterne by King Charles the Second, I give to the male heir of the family, and desire the same may be left from one to another so long as conveniently may be."

By his wife Mary, testator left a son and heir, Richard (see No. 239), and a daughter Mary (see No. 191).

(190). Mrs. Jane Hasell was bur. January ye 13th, 1745.

Jane Hasell of York, widow, died intestate, and on 17 Feb. 1745-6, administration of her effects was granted to her daughters Dorothy Arbuthnot, widow, and Elizabeth Hasell, spinster (see No. 219). She was the widow, I believe, of Thomas Hassle, or Hasell, of York, who also died intestate in 1719.

The above-mentioned Dorothy Arbuthnot died, intestate, at Kirkby Moorside, in 1760, leaving a daughter Dorothy, wife of the Rev. William Comber, vicar of that parish, and grandson of the learned Dr. Comber, dean of Durham.

(191). Mis (blank) Sterne was bur. March ye 18th, 1745,

Probably Mary, only surviving daughter of Richard Sterne, esq. of Elvington, who died in 1744 (see No. 189). She was baptized at St. Mary's, Castlegate, 21 Aug. 1735. Her sister Ann was baptized 2nd and buried 4th June, 1738, in the same church.

(192). Mrs. Deborah Rowe was bur. July ye 2, 1746.

The first wife, I believe, of James Rowe, druggist, sheriff of York 1747-8, and lord mayor in 1749 and 1768, whose daughter, Grace Barstow of Leeds, widow, in 1792, desires to " be interred in York Minster, near the remains of my late dear mother" (see No. 240). Before 17 June, 1748, Mr. Rowe married Mary, daughter of Robert Spearman, esq. of Thornley, co. Durham (by Ann*25 daughter of Christ. Stone, D. D., Chancellor of York (see No. 98). She died at Hull in 1783.

*25 17 June, 1748. Admin'n. of the goods of Ann Spearman, widow, late of Douglas in the Isle of Man, deceased intestate, granted to her daughter Mary, wife of James Rowe, gent.

(193). Mrs. (blank) Aislabie was bur. October ye 14, 1746.

Elizabeth Aislabie of York, spinster, daughter of George Aislabie, esq. who was buried in the Minster in 1674-5 (see No. 81 c). Her will boars date 1 July, 1746, and was proved 31 Oct. seq. by her niece Elizabeth Humphreys, spinster.

(194). The Revr'd Mr. Lamplugh was bur. July ye 25, 1747.

HERE LIETH
THE BODY
OF THOMAS
LAMPLUGH
M.A. RECTOR OF
BOLTON PERCY
AND CANON
RESIDENTIARY OF THIS
CHURCH. SON OF THOS
LAMPLUGH D : D AND
GRANDSON OF THOMAS
LAMPLUGH ABP. OF THIS
PROVINCE
HE MARRIED HONOR
DAUGHTER OF Wm. CHALONER
OF GISBOROUGH ESQr. AND
LEFT ISSUE ONE SON AND FIVE
DAUGHTERS.
HE WAS A FAITHFUL & TRUE PASTOR,
A TENDER HUSBAND, AND INDULGENT
FATHER, A GENEROUS MASTER, AND
EMINENT FOR HIS GENERAL KINDNESS
HOSPITALITY AND CHARITY.
HE DIED JULY 21. A. 1E. 60.
A.D. 1747.

Arms.-Or, a cross flory sable (Lamplugh) ; #impaling Sable, a chevron between three cherubs' heads winged or (Chaloner).

Thomas Lamplugh was ordained deacon 23 Sept. 1711, by the bishop of London, and priest, 30 Dec. seq. by the bishop of Winchester. On 15 Feb. 1711-12, he was collated to the stall of Knaresborough-cum-Bickhill at York, and on 13 Feb. 1715-16 inducted into the rich living of Bolton Percy.

In his will, dated 24 June, 1742 [Pro. 9 Feb. 1747-8], Thomas Lamplugh, rector of Bolton Percy, desires that his funeral expenses do not exceed £150. He bequeaths to his wife Honor (Chaloner), her mother's pictures, one of them drawn by Mr. Greece, and the other by Mr. Mercier, also " her own picture and mine ", drawn by Mr. Murray.-Mentions his son Thomas, his daughters Honor (see No. 244), Mary (see No. 205), Catherine (see No. 259), Ann and Jane, his brother Edward Lamplugh, and his sisters Mary Lamplugh,-Baldwin, Waterhouse, and Sarah Carpenter.-Wife Honor (see No. 223) sole executrix.

His only son, Thomas Lamplugh of Lamplugh Hall (baptized in the Minster 26 Sept. 1727), rector of Copgrove and Goldesbrough, and canon of York, died s.p. m. in 1783.

Ann, his fourth daughter, baptized in the Minster 5 Nov. 1729, married there, 8 Oct. 1750, John Raper, esq., town-clerk of York 1749-81 (eldest son of John Raper, lord mayor in 1745), and died at Aberford 17 July, 1783. Their only surviving son, John Raper, esq. of Aberford and Lotherton, succeeded in that year to Lamplugh Hall, as heir to his uncle. He married, at Fulford, 16 Oct. 1789, Catherine, third daughter of the Rev. Godfrey Wolley, rector of Thurnscoe (by Catherine, daughter of the above Thos. Lamplugh, rector of Bolton Percy) by whom he had a son and heir, the late John Lamplugh Lamplugh-Raper, esq. of Lamplugh and Lotherton.

Jane, the youngest surviving daughter of the rector of Bolton Percy, was baptized in York Minster 14 Sept. 1732.

(195). Mrs. Lellis Brearey was bur. January 3d, 1747.

In her will, dated 11 Sept. 1747 [Pro. 12 Jan. seq.], Lellis Brearey of York, widow of Dr. Samuel Brearey of Middlethorpe (see No. 178), desires " to be buryed by my good & dear husband in York Minster, to be carryed in a hearse at six a'clock in the morning, no pall, no bearers, but tenants to carry me from the hearse to my grave, & to have each of them a pair of gloves & a crown piece."

The testatrix was the daughter and heiress of Thomas Spencer of Lynn Regis, merchant.

(196). Right Honble Ann Countess of Ruglen was bur. April 27th, 1748.

Anne Hamilton, countess of Ruglen, elder daughter of John earl of Ruglen, by his first wife, the lady Anne Kennedy, only daughter of John, seventh earl of Cassilis. Born 5 April, 1698; married, first, William, second earl of March, and by him (who died 7 March, 1731) had an only child, William ; secondly, in January 1747, Anthony Sawyers, esq., pay master of the forces in Scotland, by whom she had no issue. On the death of her father in 1744, she succeeded as countess of Ruglen, and died at York, on her way to London, 21 (or 23) April, 1748, when the title of Ruglen devolved on her son, William Douglas, earl of March, after wards fourth duke of Queensberry, who died s. p. in December, 1810, when the earldom of Ruglen became extinct, and the marquessate of Queensberry devolved upon his kinsman, Sir Charles Douglas, bart., whose daughter the lady Harriet Douglas, married in 1841, the Hon. and Rev. Augustus Duncombe, the present munificent dean of York.

(197). The Honble Mrs. Wentworth was bur. October, 15th, 1749.

Alice, relict of the Hon. Thomas (Watson) Wentworth of Wentworth Woodhouse, and daughter and heiress of Sir Thomas Proby of Elton, co. Hunt., died 2 Oct. 1749, aged 77. See No. 162.

(198). The Marquiss of Rockingham was bur. Decr. 29th, 1750.

Thomas Wentworth, only son of the Hon. Thomas (Watson) Went worth, by Alice, daughter and heiress of Sir Thomas Proby of Elton, co. Huntingdon (see No. 162), died at Wentworth House, 14 Dec. 1750. Born 13 Nov. 1693, created baron Malton 28 May, 1728, baron of Wath and Harrowden, viscount Higham and earl of Malton 19 Nov. 1734, and marquis of Rockingham 19 April, 1746.

On 22 Sept. 1716, he married the lady Mary Finch, fifth daughter of Daniel earl of Winchelsea and Nottingham, and by her, who died in 1761 (see No. 206), had, with other issue, a son and successor, Charles, second marquis of Rockingham. See Nos. 175, 183 and 225.

(199). Mrs. Margrit Wickham was bur. July the 19th, 1751.

Perhaps the widow of Captain Henry Wickham of Heslington. See No. 177.

(200). Mrs. Mary Torton was bur. Janry ye 22d, 1752.

Although the dates do not agree with the entry in the Register, I think the following inscription, taken from Drake's Eboracum, ed. 1788, vol. II. p. 357, must refer to the above lady :

" In this vault lies the body of Mary Turton, daughter of John Paul Freeman of Ellerton-Abby in this county, and wife of William Turton of Soundes House in the county of Oxford. She died of the small-pox July 13, 1751, aged 29."

Two of her sisters, Catherine Freeman (see No. 211) and Rachel Wood Boynton (see No. 234), are buried in the Minster.

Her husband, who was an officer in the army, and served at the battles of Minden and Warburg, married, secondly, Jane, daughter of Thos. Clarke, M.D. of Hertford, by whom he had, with other issue, a son, Thomas Turton, of Starborough Castle, co. Surrey, who was created a baronet 13 May, 1796.

(201). Mrs. Place was bur. Febry ye 26th, 1754.

The first wife of Thomas Place, esq. of Green Hammerton (see No. 208) whose maiden name is unknown to me, died s. p. 24 February, 1754.

(202): Miss Thornhill bur. Febry ye 16th, 1755.

Ann, daughter of George Thornhill, esq. of Fixby, and Mary, his wife, died at York, unmarried, 11 Feb. 1755, aged 68. See Nos. 168, 213.

(203). Miss Rotherey was bur. 16th of Febry, 1757.

Probably Elizabeth, daughter of the Rev. Joseph Rothery, baptized at the Minster 28 March, 1729.

(204). Mrs. Homphreys was bur. ye 8th of Octr, 1757.

Perhaps the mother of Elizabeth Humphreys, spinster, executrix under the will of Elizabeth Aislabie of York (see No. 193), and daughter of George Aislabie, esq.(?)

(205). Miss Molly Lamplugh bur. Janry 2nd, 1761.

Mary, second daughter of the Rev. Thos. Lamplugh, canon residentiary of York, was baptized at the Minster 4 July, 1724, and died 29 Dec. 1760, aged 36. See Nos. 194, 223.

(206). Lady Rockingham bur. 20th June, 1761.

The Lady Mary (Finch), widow of Thomas Wentworth, marquis of Rockingham (see No. 198), died 30 May, 1761.

(207). Mrs. Mary Allanson bur. 22nd October, 1762.

" On a blue Marble, on the Floor at the Back of the Altar, near the East Wall, is the following Epitaph:

HIC JACET
MARIA
DAN. TURNER, M.D. FILIA
ET CAR. ALLANSON
DE BRAMHAM BIGGIN
COM. EBOR. ARMIGERI,
UXOR PRÆDILECTA.
OBIIT 14 OCTOBRIS
ANNO ETATIS 39,
.ANNO DOM. 1762.
HEU VIRTUE ! HEU FORMA. *26

She was the first wife of Charles Allanson, esq., who will be mentioned subsequently (see No. 218), and died without issue.

*26 Eboracum, ed. 1788, Vol. II. P. 357.

(208). Thomas Palce (sic, sed lege Place) Esq. bur. 6th March, 1765. Grave stone marked R. P. No. 1.

Thomas Place, esq. of Green Hammerton, clerk of the peace for the West Riding, died intestate 3 March, 1765. He was the eldest son of Thos. Place, esq., recorder of York 1722-59, by Anne, daughter and coheiress of Lionel Maddison, esq., of Saltwellside, co. Durham (by Margaret, second daughter of Sir Henry Herbert, bart. of Middleton Whernho). His first wife died s. p. 24 Feb. 1754, and was buried in the Minster (see No. 201). His second wife, to whom he was married at St. Martin's, Coney-street, 30 Oct. 1755, was Mary, daughter and heiress of Hugh Bosvile, esq. of York. She purchased the estate of Skelton Grange near York in 1783, and died at Fulneck 16 Feb. 1807, aged 81. Their eldest son, Edward Place, esq. of Skelton Grange, married the lady Anne Gordon, third daughter of George, earl of Aberdeen, and died in December, 1842, aged 84, being succeeded by his son, Thomas Herbert Place, esq., who in 1822, married Caroline, daughter of the Rev. Richard Smith, rector of Long Marston, and died at the Bridge of Allan, N.B., 12 June, 1857, aged 64, leaving issue.

(209). Sr. Hen. Erskin bur. Augt. 10, 1765. Grave stone marks H. E. No. 2.

Lieutenant-general Sir Henry Erskine of Aloa, bart., colonel of the 1st regiment of Foot, and secretary to the Order of the Thistle, died 7 Aug. 1765. He was the second son of Sir John Erskine, by Barbara, daughter of Henry, seventh lord Sinclair. Succeeded his brother Charles as fifth baronet in 1747. In 1756, being then a lieutenant-colonel in the army, he was dismissed the service by order of George II., owing to a vote he gave in the House of Commons ; but he was re-instated by George III. in November, 1760, and on 19 Jan. 1765, advanced to the rank of lieutenant-general.

Sir Henry married Janet, daughter of Peter Wedderburn, lord Chester hall, and sister of Alexander Wedderburn, esq., afterwards lord Loughborough, lord chancellor of England, and earl of Rosslyn, by whom he had, with other issue, James St. Clair, his heir, who, on the death of his maternal uncle in 1805, succeeded as second earl of Rosslyn. Lady Erskine died in June, 1797.

(210). Mastr Mathewes Gream bur. Decr. 24th, 1765. Grave stone No. 3. M : G:

(211). Miss Catherine Freeman bur. Jan. 4, 1767. C. F.;

In her will, dated 25 Dec. 1766, Catherine Freeman of York, spinster, mentions her sisters Elizabeth Close, widow, and Rachael, wife of John

Wood Boynton, esq. (see No. 234) ; also her two nieces Mary and Frances Turton, daughters of her late sister Mary Turton (see No. 200). Proved 24 March, 1767, and administration granted to Sir Robert Hildyard, bart., one of the executors. The testatrix was one of the daughters of John Paul Freeman, esq. of Ellerton Abbey, co. York.

(212). Mrs. Dorathea Wentworth bur. 5th May, 1767. Marks D : W : Grave stone No. 4.

Dorothy, daughter of Godfrey Wentworth, esq. of Woolley (by Anna Maria, daughter of Giles Clarke, esq.), and sister of Godfrey Wentworth, esq. of Hickleton, lord mayor of York in 1759, died unmarried 3 May, 1767.

(213). Miss Mary Thornhill bur. 30th Sept. 1768. Grave stone No. 5. M. T.

IN MEMORY OF MRS MARY THORNHILL,
RELICT OF GEORGE THORNHILL, ESQR.
OF FIXBY IN THIS COUNTY,
WHO DIED THE 6TH DAY OF JANUARY IN THE YEAR 1726/7,*27
IN THE 71ST YEAR OF HER AGE.

AND OF HER DAUGHTER ANNE,*28
WHO DIED THE 11TH DAY OF FEBRUARY IN THE YEAR, 1755,
IN THE 68TH YEAR OF HER AGE.

AND OF HER DAUGHTER MARY,
WHO DIED THE 25th DAY OF SEPTEMBER IN THE YEAR 1768,
AGED 83 YEARS.

BY WHOSE ORDERS IN HER WILL THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED,
AND WHO ALL LIE INTERR'D IN THIS CATHEDRAL.

Arms.-(Gules) two bars gemelles and a chief (argent).

Mary Thornhill of York, spinster, daughter of George Thornhill, esq. of Fixby, in a codicil to her will, written with her own hand, and dated 6 July, 1756, gives the following "orders" for the above monument :

"I leve unto my two trustees, Sr. Georg Cayley & Thomas Thornhill, my nephews, the som of one hundred pound of layfull mony to be lade out In a Monument of Marble to be sett up In the Minster of York." In her will, dated 26 June, 1756, she desires her trustees "to provide apartments in my house at Hunton for eight decayed females." [Pro. 28 Sept. 1768.]

*27 This date does not agree with the entry in the Register. See No. 168.

*28 See No. 202.

(214). Miss Anne Barker bur. Decr. 28, 1770.

(215). Mr. John Barker bur. June 9, 1772. Grave stone No. 6.

HERE LIE THE REMAINS OF
MR' JOHN BARKER WHO DIED
JUNE 4TH 1772, AGED 62.

ALSO OF MRs ANN BARKER,
WIFE OF THE ABOVE
MR JOHN BARKER, WHO DIED
OCTR 27th 1776, AGED 67.

ALSO OF MISS ANN BARKER,
DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE,
WHO DIED DECK 23D 1770
AGED 24.

John Barker, upholsterer, second son of John Barker, upholsterer, York. His brother Robert Barker, also an upholsterer, filled the office of sheriff in 1776-7, and died in 1781, aged 73. See No. 221.

(216). John Daltry, M.D. Esqr. bur. Marh 30: 1773. Grave stone No. 7.

TO THE MEMORY OF JOHN DEALTRY, M.D.
WHOSE SKILL IN HIS PROFESSION WAS ONLY EQUALLED
BY THE HUMANITY OF HIS PRACTICE,
ELIZABETH, HIS AFFLICTED WIDOW, DEDICATES THIS MONUMENT.
HE DIED MARCH XXV : MDCCLXXIII.
AGED LXV.

HERE O'ER THE TOMB WHERE DEALTRY'S ASHES SLEEP
SEE HEALTH, IN EMBLEMATIC ANGUISH, WEEP
SHE DROPS HER FADED WREATH ; "NO MORE," SHE CRIES,
"LET LANGUID MORTALS, WITH BESEECHING EYES,
" IMPLORE MY FEEBLE AID : IT FAIL'D TO SAVE
" MY OWN AND NATURE'S GUARDIAN FROM THE GRAVE."

"Last Thursday (March 25), about noon, died suddenly, as he was visiting his patients, Dr. Dealtry, aged sixty-five ; whose learning, great skill and sagacity in the healing art, thro' a long and extensive course of practice, crown'd with success, justly procur'd him an uncommon degree of medical reputation, and render his death an unspeakable loss to the public. His social virtues make his loss irreparable to his friends, relations, and family, in particular to his amiable and disconsolate lady. His charitable assistance to the poor, humanity to his patients, with singular politeness to all, gain'd him universal esteem, and will endear his memory to posterity.

Flatt'ry avaunt ! can Science name the Man, Whose Loss was greater since her Reign began ?' " York Courant.

Dr. Dealtry lived in Lendal, in the house now appropriated to the

residence of the Judges of Assize, which was erected by another eminent physician, Dr. Clifton Wintringham. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Langley, esq. of Wykeham Abbey, co. York, and by her, who died in 1812 (see No. 267), had issue, a son Peregrine (see No. 269), and two daughters, Elizabeth and Jane.

(217). The Reverend Charles Cowper, Canon Residentiary of this Church, was bur. the 26 February, 1774. Gravestone No. 8.

Charles Cowper, M.A., rector of Oswaldkirk and Foston, co. York, prebendary of Riccall, and 33 years canon residentiary, died at his house in the Minster Yard, Feb. 22, 1774, aged 82.

He was educated at St. John's College, Cambridge. Ordained deacon at York 8 June, 1718, and priest 25 Sept., 1720. On 21 June, 1732 he was instituted to the rectory of Foston. On 28 Jan. 1735-6, he was collated to the stall of Riccall. On 18th Feb. 1743-4, he was instituted Succentor Canonicorum, which office he retained until his death. His

institution to the rectory of Oswaldkirk has not occurred to me.

In his will, dated 7 Oct. 1773 [Pro. 22 March seq.], Charles Cowper, clerk, canon residentiary of York, appoints his daughters, Ann, wife of the Rev. Thos. Eglin, and Martha *29 wife of the Rev. John Pigott, joint executrices, and leaves a legacy to Mr. Allanson Cowper of the Bank, London. The testator was succeeded n his rectory of Oswaldkirk by his son-in-law Pigott.

(218). Charles Allanson, of Bramham Biggin, was bur. in this Church the 28 Sept. 1775. Grave stone No. 9.

Charles Allanson, esq., M. P. for Ripon, died at Bramham Biggin on Sunday, Sept. 17th, aged 54, and was buried in the cathedral on Thurs day evening, Sept. 28th, 1775, with great funeral pomp. " The procession began at the Mount, without Micklegate Bar, in the following order.-First, two men with flambeaux -then followed Mr. Marshall, the undertaker, with a man with a flambeaux on each side-six tenants, three and three, with two men with flambeaux on each side-two men with small branches, with four wax tapers in each-six mutes, three and three, with two men with flambeaux on each side-two small branches, as before-two large branches, with eight tapers and a flambeaux in each -the hearse and six horses, cover'd with velvet, and adorned with silk escutcheons, etc.-six men with flambeaux on each side-four servants, two and two, with two men with flambeaux on each side-a mourning coach and six horses, with three men with flambeaux on each side four servants, with two men with flambeaux on each side-a mourning coach and six horses, with three men with flambeaux on each side-two servants, with a man with flambeaux on each side.-The procession closed with his tradesmen and men with flambeaux. At the upper end of Blake-street the whole dismounted, and walked from thence in the same order to the cathedral, where the funeral service was read by the Rev. Mr. Cayley, one of the residentiaries. The coffin was covered with Genoa velvet, and richly ornamented." (York Courant.)

Mr. Allanson was the only son of William Allanson, esq. of Sion, co. Middlesex, and great-great-grandson of Sir William Allanson, knight, lord mayor of York in 1633 and 1655, of whom an interesting memoir is given by Mr. Davies in " The Life of Marmaduke Rawdon, of Yorke " (ed. Camd. Soc., p. 125). He married, first, Mary, daughter of Daniel Turner, esq. M.D. She died s. p. in 1762, and was buried in the Minster (see No. 207). Secondly, in 1765, Elizabeth, eldest daughter and co-heiress of William Aislabie, esq. of Studley. She also died s. p. in 1808. At Mr. Allanson's decease his estates passed to his cousin George Winn, esq. of Little Warley, co. Essex (only son of Pelham Winn, esq. of South Ferriby, co. Linc., by Elizabeth, daughter of the Rev. Gilbert Wighton, by Elizabeth, sister of the above-named William Allanson, of Sion), who assumed the additional*30 surname of Allanson in 1776, and was made a baronet in the same year. In 1797, he was raised to the Irish peerage with the title of lord Headley, baron Allanson and Winn, of Agadoe, Co. Kerry. His great-nephew, Charles Allanson Winn, is the present lord Headley.

*29 In 1766, Charles Allanson, esq. of Bramham Biggin (see No. 218), bequeaths £1000. each to Anne and Martha Cowper, daughters of the Rev. Mr. Cowper of Oswaldkirk.

*30 According to Mr. Allanson's will, dated 29 Sept. 1766, he was to take and use the surname of Allanson only, but on 2 Nov. 1776, administration was granted to him as Sir George Allanson Winn, Bart.

(219). Elizabeth Hassel of Oldwork in the City of York, was bur. in this Church the Tenth of February, 1776, Grave stone No. 10.

Elizabeth Hassell, daughter of "Mrs. Jane Hasell ", who was buried here in 1745 (see No. 190), died unmarried 6 Feb. 1776. In her will, dated 1 July, 1759, she bequeaths all her lands, etc. at Ampleforth, Co. York, to her niece Dorothy Comber.-To the Blue Coat Boys' and Grey Coat Girls' Schools she leaves the sum of £40., and to the poor of Ampleforth and Oswaldkirk £30. She desires, "when I die, to be buried at the Minster at York, unless I should order it otherways." In a codicil, dated 8 May, 1771, she leaves £20. to the York County Hospital, and £5. to the poor of the Minster at York [Proved 14 March, 1776, and administration granted to her niece Dorothy, wife of the Rev. William Comber, clerk].

(220). Mary Wharton, of Micklegate in the City of York, was bur. in this Church the twenty-third day of May, 1776. Grave stone No. 11.

Mary, youngest daughter and coheiress of Anthony Wharton, esq. of Gilling-Wood Hall, Co. York (by Margaret, daughter of Sir William Hicks, bart., of Beverston Castle, Co. Glouc.), died unmarried, at her house in Micklegate, 21 May, 1776, aged 77. In a codicil to her will, dated 17th June, 1771, she desires to "be buried in the Minster very private, and none but my servants attend my funerall". Her freehold messuage, &c., in Micklegate she bequeaths to her sister Margaret Wharton, spinster, her heirs and assigns absolutely for ever.-This is the eccentric " Peg Pennyworth", who will occur afterwards. See No. 238.

(221). Mrs. Ann Barker bur. Novr 1st, 1776. Grave stone No. 12.

Ann, widow of John Barker, upholsterer (see No. 215), and daughter of John Skilbeck of York, gent., died intestate 27 Oct. 1776, aged 67, and on 6 Dec. seq. administration of her effects was granted to Thos. Barker, esq., her son, and only next of kin.

(222). Mrs. Henrieta Digby bur. Decr 22(?) 1776. Grave stone 13.

Henrietta Digby, of Hutton Bushel, died at York, unmarried, on Sunday, Dec. 22nd (?) 1776, aged 65. She was one of the daughters of John Digby, esq. of Mansfield Woodhouse, Co. Notts, and coheiress (with Philadelphia, wife of Sir George Cayley, bart. of Brompton, Lucy, wife of George Osbaldeston, esq. of Hutton Bushel, Margaret, wife of George Cartwright, esq. of Ossington, and Frances, wife of Sir Thomas Legard, bart., of Ganton) of her brother John.

Her niece, Dorothy Cartwright, married, in 1756, Henry Willoughby, esq. of Birdsall, afterwards 5th baron Middleton, and was mother of Henrietta, countess of Scarborough (baptized in York Minster, 29 July, 1766), and Dorothy, wife of Richard Langley, esq. of Wykeham Abbey. See No. 278.

(223). Mrs. Honor Lamplugh bur. Janry 11, 1778. Grave stone 14.

BENEATH THIS STONE
IS INTERRED
THE BODY OF HONOR LAMPLUGH,
DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM CHALONER
OF GUISBROUGH ESQr
AND WIDOW OF THE REVD THOS LAMPLUGH *31
HERETOFORE CANON RESIDENTIARY
OF THIS CHURCH
SHE DIED 6TH JANY 1778, ÆT : 82.
ON HER RIGHT SIDE LIE
THE REMAINS OF HER SAID HUSBAND,
AND ON HER LEFT SIDE
THOSE OF HER SECOND DAUGHTER
MARY LAMPLUGH, *32
WHO DIED 29TH DECr 1760, ÆT : 36.

A Regester of Those Persons that have been Burried In the Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Snt. Peter's in York since Janry the first, 1780. Wm. Darwin, Clerk of the Vestry.

*31 See No. 194.

*32 See No. 205.

(224). Mrs. Mildred Foulis Bur. the 2 Febry 1780. Grave stone marked Nubr 15. M. F.

Mildred, eldest daughter of Sir William Foulis, bart. of Ingleby Manor (by Mildred, eldest daughter of Henry, second viscount Downe), died at York, unmarried, 27 Jan. 1780. In her will, dated 13 Aug. 1779 [Pro. 10 Feb. 1780], Mildred Foulis of York, spinster, desires, " that my body may be laid in the Minster at York, and my funeral to be as private as possible consistant with decency."

Her sister Mary married Boynton Langley, esq. of Wykeham Abbey.

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A Register of Those persons that have been Buried in the Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St. Peter's in York, since March the 25th, 1782. Wm. Walton, Clerk of ye Vestry.

(225). The most Noble & Puissant Prince Charles Watson Wentworth, Marquiss of Rockingham, Earl of Malton, Viscount Higham of Higham Ferrers, Baron of Rockingham, Malton, Wath & Harrowden, Knight of the Most Noble order of the Garter, & Baronet. Also Earl and Baron of Malton in the Kingdom of Ireland. Died the 1st day of July, 1782, at Wimbleton, in the County of Surrey, Aged 52 years. Buried Saturday, July the 20th, in the Earle of Strafford's Vault.

Fifth, but eldest surviving son of Thomas Watson Wentworth, marquis of Rockingham (see No. 198). Born 13 May, 1730. Succeeded his father as 2nd marquis in 1750. Married 26 Feb. 1752, Mary, daughter and heiress of Thomas Bright, esq. of Badsworth, by whom (who died in 1804) he had no issue. He was succeeded by his nephew, William earl Fitzwilliam.

The following list of interments in the Strafford vault is taken from a broadside, in the possession of Canon Raine, entitled "A Walk in York Minster," by T. L.

" The corps buried in the Marquis's Vault are as follow

  • 1. William Wentworth, Earl of Strafford. (No date now.)
  • 2. Mary Stanley, his first Wife.
  • 3. A Child's coffin. (No date.)
  • 4. A Child's coffin. (On the lid W. W. 1718.)
  • 5. Thomas Wentworth, Second Son of Edward Lord Rockingham.
  • (He died Oct. 6, 1723, aged 58 years.)
  • 6. A Child's coffin. (On the lid D. W. 1730, aged 6 years.)
  • 7. A very large coffin. (No inscription on the lid.)
  • 8. William Lord Higham, Son of the Earl of Malton. (He died
  • Aug. 16, 1739, aged 12.)
  • 9. The Honourable Alice Wentworth, Relict of the Honourable
  • Thomas Wentworth. (She died October 2, 1749, aged 77 years.)
  • 10. Thomas, Marquis of Rockingham, born November 13, 1693. (He
  • died Dec. 4, 1750.)
  • 11. Mary Wentworth, Dowager Marchioness of Rockingham, died May
  • 30, 1761, aged 59 years.
  • 12. Charles Watson Wentworth, Marquis of Rockingham, died the first
  • day of July, 1782, aged 52 years."
Two interments have taken place in this vault since T. L. was " among the Tombs." See Nos. 260, 265.

(226). The Revd. William Berdmore, M.A., Canon Residentiary of this Cathedral, Prebendary of Bugthorpe, and Rector of Rothbury in Northumberland. Died January the 24th, Bur. the 318% 1784, Aged 71 years.

Canon Berdmore, who died at his house in the Minster Yard, was the son, I believe, of the Rev. Samuel Berdmore, rector of Cotgrave, co. Notts, and prebendary of Bugthorpe at York. He was ordained deacon by the bishop of St. Asaph, 6 March, 1736-7 (the curacy of Cotgrave giving him a title), and priest by the same, 20 March seq. On 22 March, 1736-7, he was collated to the vicarage of Bishopthorpe, and instituted to the perpetual curacy of Acaster Malbis, resigning both livings in 1758. In 1743 he was collated to the stall of Bugthorpe, void by the death of (his father ?) Samuel Berdmore. On 1 June, 1748, he was instituted to the rectory of St. Crux, York.

On 25 June, 1748, " the Revd Mr. William Berdmore, Rector of St. Crux in the City of York, & Mary Herring of the same city," were married at the Minster, by licence from Dr. William Herring, LL.D., father of the bride.

" Thomas son of the Revd. Wm. Berdmore, can. res., & Mary, his wife," was bap. at the Minster 24 April, 1751. William and Samuel, twin sons of the above, were bap. there 31 May, 1755. Mary, their only daughter, married Nathaniel Barlow, esq., and was living in 1784, as was also William Berdmore, their only surviving son.

(227). The Revd. Joseph Bridges, subchanter of this Cathedral, Died Deer 21st, Bur. the 27th, 1784, Aged 67 years. Grave stone marked J. B. No. 16.

15 Sept. 1741. Letters dimissory for priest's orders to Joseph Bridges, M.A., curate of St. Sampson's, York. "Joseph Bridges & Mary Yoward, both of par. Holy Trinity, King's Court," were married at York Minster 11 Oct. 1742. On 24 May, 1768, he was instituted to the vicarage of Ferry Fryston, and shortly afterwards to that of St. Martin's Coney-street, holding both livings until his death. " He was a gentleman of worth, genius and learning, and much respected by his parishioners and a numerous acquaintance." (York Courant.)

Mr. Bridges left a widow Mary, and a daughter Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. Thomas Roger Filewood, rector of Mickleham, co. Surrey. See Nos. 246, 256.

(228). The Reverend George William Anderson, Rector of Epworth in the County of Lincoln, died in the City of York on Saturday the sixteenth day of April, Bur. on Wednesday the 20th, 1785, Aged 25 years. Grave stone marked G. A. No. 17.

SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF THE
REVD GEO: W ANDERSON,
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
ON THE 16TH DAY OF APRIL,
IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1785,
AND IN THE 25TH YEAR OF HIS AGE.
ALSO
TO HIS WIDOW
LUCY ANDERSON,
WHO AFTER AN EXEMPLARY LIFE
OF UNAFFECTED PIETY,
AND ACTIVE BENEVOLENCE,
DIED AT HARROGATE
ON THE 30TH OF SEPTR 1830,
AGED 73 YEARS.

THE MEMORY OF THE JUST
IS BLESSED.

Arms.-Argent, a chevron between three crosses flory sable, a crescent for difference (Anderson) ; impaling Vert, on a chevron between three lions' heads erased or, langued and couped gules, three martlets of the field (Plumer).

Crest.-A talbot.

Second son of Sir William Anderson, bart. of Broughton, co. Linc. and Kilnwick Percy, co. York, by Anne, daughter of John Maddison, esq. of Harpswell, co. Linc. Born 10 Nov. 1759 ; married Lucy, eldest daughter of Thomas Plumer, esq. of Bilton near York (by Ann, daughter of Henry Thompson, esq. of Kirkby Hall, son and heir of Sir Stephen Thompson, knt., alderman of York); died s.p., and intestate, in the parish of St. Michael-le-Belfrey, administration of his effects being granted to his brother, Sir Edmund Anderson, bart., 21 Jan. 1786.

(229). Mrs. Dorothea Nevill died in Bedren, York, on Monday the Ninteenth Day of December, & Bur. on Friday the 23rd 1785, Aged 90 years. Grave stone marked D. N. No. 18.

HERE LIETH THE BODY OF DOROTHEA
NEVILL, WIDOW OF GEORGE LANGFORD
NEVILL GENT : OF NOTTINGHAM, WHO

DEPARTED THIS LIFE DECEMR. 20TH
1785, AGED 90.

By will dated 7 May, 1785 [Pro. 5 Jan. 1786], Dorothea Nevill of the city of York, widow, bequeaths £50 each to the Blue Coat Boys' and Grey Coat Girls' schools. Her then dwelling house in the Bedern, together with her household goods and wearing apparel, she leaves to her servant Mary Jefferson ; " and also I give her my two little dogs, and desire she will keep and take proper care of them so long as they shall live, & I do give her the sum of £5 a peice a year to keep them with so long as they shall respectively live."-Residue of real and personal estate to Langford Nevill of Nottingham, esq., the sole executor. " Lastly, I would have my body decently buried in the Cathedral Church of York."

The testatrix was the widow of a Nottingham linen draper, and related to the Saltmarshes of Saltmarsh. "She was possessed of many shining virtues, and eminently distinguished for her liberal contributions to the poor and indigent, who will have great cause to lament the loss of so kind and generous a benefactress " (York Courant).

(230). Sir Thos. Davenport, Knt, one of his Majesty's Serjeants at Law, Died in the City of York on Saturday the 25th of March & Bur. on Saturday the first of April, 1786, Aged 53 years. Grave stone marked T. D. No. 19.

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
SR. THOs DAVENPORT, KNT
ONE OF HIS MAJESTY'S SERGEANTS AT LAW
AND REPRESENTATIVE IN PARLIAMENT
FOR THE BOROUGH OF NEWTON IN LANCASHIRE,
WHOSE INTEGRITY, HONOUR, & JUDGEMT IN HIS PROFESSION
RAISED HIM IN THE ESTIMATION OF ALL,
WHO BEST KNEW HIS LONG APPROVED
MERITS AND ABILITIES.
AFTER HAVING OPEN'D THE COMMISSION OF ASSIZE
ON SATy. MARCH 11TH. 1786, & ATTENDED ON THE NEXT DAY
THE DUTIES OF DIVINE SERVICE
IN THIS SACRED PLACE,
HE WAS SEIZED WITH A FEVER,
WHICH ON THE 25TH DEPRIVED HIS SOVEREIGN
OF A LEARNED AND ABLE SERVANT,
HIS COUNTRY OF A STEADY, & INFLEXIBLE SUPPORTER,
AND ALL HIS LAMENTING CONNECTIONS
OF A MUCH HONOUR'D, & HIGHLY VALUED FRIEND.

HE WAS BORN IN JANUARY, 1734
THE SON OF DAVIES DAVENPORT ESQRE OF WOODFORD
(BY PENELOPE HIS WIFE THE DAUGHTER
OF JOHN WARD ESQRE OF CAPESTHORNE)
IN THE COUNTY OF CHESTER.

HIS AFFLICTED WIDOW
(JANE DAUGHTER OF ROBT SEEL ESQRE OF LIVERPOOL)
CAUSED THIS MONUMENT TO BE ERECTED.

Arms.-Argent, a chevron between three crosses crosslet fitchee sable.

(231). The Revd William Cooper, D.D., archdeacon of York, prebendary of Southwell, Rector of Kirby Whiske, vicar of Manfieald, Died at Acomb near this city on Monday 10th of July and Bur. on Friday the 14th, 1786, aged 52 years. Grave stone marked W. C. No. 20.

On 3 Aug. 1786, administration of the goods of the Rev. Wm. Cowper, D.D., vicar of Manfield, co. York, deceased intestate, was granted to Constantia Cowper, widow, his relict. The latter died 12 July, 1818, aged 74, and was buried at Gainford, co. Durham, where was also interred their daughter Constantia, who died 4 Aug. 1833, aged 71.

(232). Mrs. Mary Pulleyn of Burley in the Parish of Otley & County of York, Widow & Relick of Thos. Pulleyn of Burley aforesaid, Esq. She was Great Grandaughter to the late Dr Sterne Archbh. of York, her father was Richd Sterne Esqr of Woodhouse in the Parish of Halifax. Died at Burley on Thursday the 31st of August, & buried on Tuesday the 5th of Septr. 1786, Aged 82 years. Stone marked M. P. No. 21.

TO THE MEMORY OF
MARY PULLEYN, WIDOW OF THOS PULLEYN
OF BURLEY ESQr. AND DAUGHTER OF
RICHD STERNE, OF ELVINGTON ESQR
SHE DIED THE 31st DAY OF
(sic) JULY 1786 AGED 82 YEARS.

ANNE STERNE DAUGHTER TO THE ABOVE
SAID RICHD STERNE, DIED THE 5TH DAY
OF APRIL 1738 AGED 31.

ALSO RICHD STERNE, SON OF THE ABOVE
NAMED RICHD STERNE,
HE DIED THE 13TH OF NOVEMBER 1744
AGED 37.

MARY STERNE DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE
RICHD STERNE, DIED IN HER MINORITY.

Arms.-Azure, on a bend cotised argent, three escalop shells gules, on a chief or, as many martlets sable (Pulleyn); impaling Or, a chevron between three crosses flory sable (Sterne).

On 18 Dec. 1739 "Thomas Pulleyn of Burley in the Diocese of York, Esqr. and Mrs. Mary Sterne of the City and Diocese of York," were married in the Minster by the precentor, the Rev. Jaques Sterne, uncle of the bride. Her husband,*33 who was lord of the manor of Burley, and for many years clerk of the peace for the West Riding, died in 1759, leaving, by his first wife, Frances Hammond, a daughter Frances, wife of the Rev. Thos. Moseley, rector of Stonegrave, co. York, and mother of Thos. Pulleyn Moseley, esq. who succeeded to Burley.

Mrs. Mary Pulleyn of Burley, died intestate, and on 6 Sept. 1786, administration of her effects was granted to Frances Rawson,*34 widow, her sister and only next of kin.

*33 He was the eldest son of John Pulleyn, esq. of Burley, by Ann, only daughter of John Fairfax, fifth son of Charles Fairfax, esq. of Menston (author of the Analecta Fairfaxiana), a younger son of Thomas, first lord Fairfax of Denton.

*34 13 Aug. 1734. "Mr. Jeremiah Rawson of Bradford in the diocese of York & Frances Sterne of par. All Saints North-street, York" (Reg. of Marriages in York Minster).

(233). Mrs. Eleonora Swinburne died in the City of York on Sunday the seventh of January 1787 & Bur. on Saturday 13th of Janry, Aged 47 years. Stone marked E. S. No. 22.

Eleanora, youngest daughter of Sir John Swinburne, bart. of Cap heaton, co. Northumberland, by Mary, only daughter of Edward Bedingfeld, esq., son of Sir Henry Bedingfeld, bart. of Oxburgh Hall, co. Norfolk.

(234). Mrs. Rachel Boynton Wood (sic) died in the City of York on Saturday 24th of Novbr &, Bur. on Friday 30th, 1787, Aged 66 years.

Rachel, widow of John Wood Boynton, esq. of Copmanthorpe, and daughter of John Paul Freeman, esq. of Ellerton Abbey, co. York. See No. 211.

Her husband, John Wood, who assumed the name of Boynton, was the eldest son of John Wood, esq. of York, Copmanthorpe, and Hollin Hall, near Ripon, barrister-at-law, and grandson of Charles Wood, merchant (son and heir of John Wood, lord mayor of York in 1682), whose widow Margaret married the Rev. Jonathan Dryden, canon of York (see No. 136). He died s. p. 15 Nov. 1778, aged 71, and was buried at Copmanthorpe, being succeeded by his brother Richard, whose great-grandson is the present Frederick-Henry Wood, esq. of Hollin Hall.

(235). Mrs. Elizabeth Neale died at Greenhamerton on Sunday the 16th of Novbr and Bur. on the 19th 1788, aged 73 years. Stone marked E. N. No. 23.

" This lady's death cannot fail to be the subject of severe affliction to those who stood in the nearest relation to her, and even they who could boast of her acquaintance must sincerely regret the loss of so amiable and endearing a character; for if goodness of heart and mildness of disposition are estimable qualities in human life, few or none possessed them in a higher degree" (York Courant). She was the relict of Noah Neale, esq. of Stamford.

(236). John Clough Esqre, Chapter Clerk of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter of York, Register of the Deanry and Dean and Chapter's Courts at York, and one of the Proctors of the other Ecclesiastical Courts there, died in the City of York on Thursday Decor 31st, 1789, & was bur. Janry 4th, 1790, aged 58 years. Grave stone marked J. C. No. 24.

IN MEMORY OF
JOHN CLOUGH ESQUIRE
REGISTER TO THE
VENERABLE THE DEAN
AND CHAPTER OF THIS
CATHEDRAL, WHO
DEPARTED 'THIS LIFE THE
31st DECEMBER 1789
AGED 58.

" On Thursday died John Clough, Esq., Distributor and Collector of his Majesty's Stamp duties for this city and the West Riding, Register of the Deanery and Dean and Chapter's Court of York, one of the, Proctors of the ecclesiastical Court there, and a partner in the bank of Messrs. Garforth and Co. He went to bed well the preceding evening, and was found dead in his bed. His age was 58 " (York Herald, 2 Jan. 1790).

In his will, dated 4 May, 1786, John Clough of York, esq. bequeaths "to my best friend the Rev. John Fountayne D. D., Dean of York,. 200 guineas, which I desire him to accept of as a token of my unfeigned gratitude and great respect." He desires his partners in the bank to take his only son, John William Clough, into partnership, as soon as he attained his majority [Pro. 2 April, 1790].

(237). Ann Thompson, wife of the Rev'd Richard Thompson, Rector of Kirk Deighton and Prebendary of Langtoft, Died Sunday the 29th of May, and Bur. Saturday the 4th of June, 1791, Aged 75 years. Grave stone marked A. T. No. 25.

SACRED TO THE MEMORY
OF
ANNE, THE LAMENTED WIFE OF THE REVD RICHD THOMPSON
PREBENDARY OF THIS CATHEDRAL, & RECTOR OF KIRKDEIGHTON
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MAY THE 29TH ANNO 1791, ETATIS 76.
THE UTMOST BENEVOLENCE OF HEART,
A STRONG & CULTIVATED UNDERSTANDING,
UNCOMMON SWEETNESS OF TEMPER,
WITH THE MOST KIND & AFFECTIONATE MANNERS,
FORM'D THE BASIS OF HER CHARACTER.
THROUGHOUT A LONG LIFE
HER CONDUCT WAS SO TRULY GOOD & AMIABLE,
THAT HUMANITY WILL DROP A TEAR,
NOT FOR HER,
BUT FOR THOSE OF HER FAMILY WHO HAVE
THE MISFORTUNE OF SURVIVING HER.
NEAR THIS PLACE ARE ALSO DEPOSITED
THE REMAINS OF THE SAID REVD RICHARD THOMPSON
(IN PIOUS AND AFFECTIONATE MEMORY OF WHOM,
THIS TABLET IS SUBJOINED
BY HIS ONLY SURVIVING DAUGHTER, ANNE THOMPSON)
HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE JANRY 30TH, 1795,
AGED 75.

AND ALSO THE REMAINS OF THE ABOVE
MENTIONED ANNE THOMPSON,
THE DAUGHTER OF THE SAID REVD RICHARD THOMPSON,
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE APRIL 6TH, 1835,
AGED 88.

Arms.-Per fess argent and sable, a fess counter-embattled between three falcons all counter-changed. An inescucheon, Vert, three escallop shells in pale or between two flanches ermine.

Crest.-An arm embowed in armour proper, grasping a tilting-spear or.

The maiden name of Mrs. Thompson is unknown to me. Some account of her husband is given at a subsequent page. See No. 245.

(238). Mrs. Margaret Wharton Died at Thirsk on Thurs day the 8th of Septr and Buried on Friday the 16th, 1791, Aged 102 years.

IN A VAULT UNDER THIS MARBLE
ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS
OF MARGARET WHARTON,
DAUGHTER AND COHEIRESS OF
ANTHONY WHARTON ESQr.
OF GILLINGWOOD HALL
IN THIS COUNTY,
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
THE 9TH OF SEPBR 1791
IN THE 97TH YEAR OF HER AGE.
MARY HER SISTER
WHO IS INTERRED IN THE SAME VAULT
DIED MAY 21st, 1776, AGED 77.

The wealthy and eccentric Mrs. Margaret Wharton, of whom Hutton, in his " Trip to Coatham," gives some amusing anecdotes, and whose character is portrayed by Foote, in a farce called " Peg Pennyworth," by which name she was afterwards popularly known.

This singular lady derived her descent-as did also her noble contemporary, Hugh, duke of Northumberland -from an alderman of York, John Bean, inn-holder, lord mayor in 1545 and 1565, whose daughter Mary married at St. Martin's, Micklegate, 6 Aug. 1554, Anthony Wharton, esq. of Regell Grange, co. Westmerland. The freehold messuage in Micklegate, which Mary Wharton bequeathed to her sister Margaret in 1771 (see No. 220), and in which the latter resided for some years, had belonged to alderman Bean.

Mrs. Margaret Wharton is said to have attained the great age of 102 years (Minster Reg., Gent. Mag., 1791, Grainge's Yorkshire Longevity, &c.) Her epitaph, however, records that she died "inn the 97th Year of Her age," and the following extracts from the parish register of Low Leyton in Essex, kindly communicated by the Rev. John Pardoe, the vicar, tend to show that she was still younger :

" Anne ye Daughter of Anthony Wharton Esqire & Margaret, his wife", bap. 10 Aug. 1695.

" Margaret ye Daughter of Anthony Wharton Esqre & Margaret, his wife," bap. 24 April, 1697.

The above Anne, who was the eldest daughter of Mr. Wharton, married Ambrose Stevenson, esq. of the Manor House, co. Durham, and was mother of Ann, the wife of John Hall Stevenson, esq. of Skelton Castle, author of "Crazy Tales."

(239). Richd Sterne Esqr Died at Beverley on Friday the 30th of Septbr and Bur. on Wednesday the 5th of Octbr., 1791, Aged 51 years. Grave stone marked R. S. No. 26.

NEAR THIS MONUMENT
LIETH THE BODY
OF RICHD STERNE, ESQR.
OF ELVINGTON,
IN THE COUNTY OF YORK,
LINEALLY DESCENDED FROM THE
ARCH BISHOP OF THAT NAME,
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1791
AGED 51 YEARS.

Richard Sterne, esq. late of Beverley (formerly of Elvington) died intestate, and on 24 Oct. 1791, administration of his effects was granted to his widow Mary Sterne. He was the only son of Richard Sterne, esq. of Elvington (great-grandson of the archbishop) and Mary his wife, (see Nos. 189, 191). Baptized at St. Mary's, Castlegate, 28 Feb. 1738-9.

(240). Mrs. Grass Barstow, Widow of the late Thomas Barstow Esqr, Died at Leeds on Sunday October the 7th and Bur. on Thursday Oct. 11th, 1792, Aged 61 years. Grave stone marked No. 27. G. B.

Grace, daughter and co-heiress of James Rowe, alderman of York, lord mayor in 1749 and 1768 (by his first wife Deborah?-see No. 192), and widow of Thomas Barstow, esq, town-clerk of Leeds (to whom she was married at Fairfield, in 1781), of Edward Weaver, esq. M.D. of Chester, of Richard Richardson, esq. of the same city, and of Peter Ellames, esq. of Bath.

In her will, dated 1 Aug. 1792, Grace Barstow of Leeds, widow, directs "that in case I shall happen to depart this life at or near the city of Bath, that my body be interred there, near the remains of my late husband, Peter Ellames, but in case I shall happen to die at any other place, or at a distance from Bath, it is my desire that I may be interred in York Minster, near the remains of my late dear mother " (see No. 192). She bequeaths property in Petergate and elsewhere in York to her step-daughter Frances Barstow, her heirs and executors for ever. She sole exx.

Her half sister Mary Rowe, married, first, at St. Michael's-le-Belfrey, 18 Aug. 1772, the Rev. Henry Foord, rector of Foxholes, and secondly, the Rev. Richard Sykes.

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A Register of those persons that have been Buried in the Cathedral & Metropolitical Church of St. Peter's in York since the 16th of December, 1793. Robert Dowse, Clerk of the Vestry.

(241). Elizabeth Hunter, Wife of Docter Hunter, Peter gate, Died the 4th of July, Buried the 8th, 1794. Grave stone marked No. 28. E. H.

Elizabeth, daughter and co-heiress of William Dealtry, esq. of Gains borough, co. Linc. and first wife of Alexander Hunter, esq. F.R.S., an eminent physician in York (see " Memoirs of the York Press," by Robt. Davies, esq.) Her husband married, secondly, Anne, daughter of Richard Bell, esq. of Welton near Hull, who survived him. Dr. Hunter died at his house in Petergate, 17 May, 1809, and was buried in his parish church of St. Michael-le-Belfrey. In his will, dated 9 April, 1809, he desires " that the Dean of York may be requested to suffer the remains of my late dear wife to be removed from the vault in the Minster, and after being put into an oak coffin, similar to my own, to be placed on my right hand."

(242). John Farr Abbott, Esqr died in the City of York on Monday Septr. 22, 1794, and was bur. in the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter's, York, Septr. 26th, 1794, Aged 38 years. Gravestone marked No. 29. J. F. A.

THE REMAINS OF
JOHN FARR ABBOT ESQ:
OF
LINCOLNS INN FIELDS, LONDON,
WHO DIED AT YORK
22 SEPT 1794,
AGED 38.

John Farr Abbott, esq. F.A.S., Clerk of the Rules in the Court of King's Bench, died at his lodgings in York.

(243). Richard Wharton Esqr. died in the City of York on Wednesday Novr 19th, 1794, & was bur. in York Minster Novr 22d, 1794, Aged 64 years. Grave stone marked No. 30. R. W.

NEAR THIS MARBLE
LIE INTERRED THE REMAINS OF
RICHARD WHARTON OF CARLTON
IN THE COUNTY OF YORK ESQR
WHO DIED 17TH NOVEMBER 1794
AGED 64 YEARS.

HE WAS A MAN, WHOSE VIRTUES WERE BEST KNOWN
TO HIS FRIENDS AND TO THE POOR,
FOR HIS LIFE WAS PRIVATE, THO' NOT SOLITARY ;
HIS PIETY WAS SINCERE, HIS MANNERS AMIABLE,
AND HIS BENEVOLENCE TRULY CHRISTIAN.

Arms.-Sable, a maunch argent within a bordure or, charged with eight pairs of lions' paws saltireways, erased gules.

Crest.-A bull's head erased sable, armed and ducally gorged or.

(On the grave stone.)
HERE LIETH THE BODY OF
RICHARD WHARTON ESQR.
HE DIED 17TH NOV. A.D. 1794
AT. 64.

" On Tuesday night died suddenly, in this city, of an apoplectic fit, Richard Wharton, esq. of Carlton near Pontefract, and late of Chollerton in Northumberland. His wife died about a month ago " (York Courant, 24 Nov. 1794).

Richard Wharton of Carleton in the parish of Pontefract, esq., in his will, dated 16 Oct. 1794, desires "to be buried in a decent private manner ; my body to be conveyed in an Hearse, attended only by my three men servants, my labouring man and seven other under bearers (he being one of the eight), and any of my servant Joseph Sleadle's children (all my god-children) who may chose to accompany their father on this occasion ; I desire scarves, hatbands and gloves may be given to the vicar, the curate, the clerk, and the apothecary, full mourning to my three servants," &c. He bequeaths a gold-ring with Lady Savile's hair, and a Fruit-piece of her own painting, to his sister Mrs. Hannah Burdon (wife of George B. esq.), and appoints her children William Burdon, M.A. of Emanuel College, Cambridge, Hannah, wife of Captain Otway, and Priscilla Burdon, residuary legatees and joint exrs. [Pro. 28 Nov. 1794, by Wm. Burdon.]

(244). Mrs. Honor Lamplugh of Peter Gate in the City of York, died Jany the 2nd and was Bur. in this Church the eight Day of January 1795, aged 73 years. Grave stone marked H. L. No. 31.

"Honor Dau. of ye Rev. Mr Lamplugh, Canon Residentiary of this Church" (see No. 194), was baptized in the Minster 15 Oct., 1722.-She died unmarried.

(245). The Rev" Richard Thompson died January the 30th, and was bur. in this Church the sixth Day of February, 1795, Aged 75 years. Grave stone marked R. T. No. 32.

Richard Thompson, M.A. of Merton College, Oxford, was ordained priest at Bishopthorpe 19 Aug. 1744, and on the 22nd of the same month was instituted to the vicarage of Holy Trinity, King's Court. This he ceded for the rectory of Kirk Deighton, to which he was instituted 20 April, 1747, on the presentation of William Thompson of York, gent. On 18 Feb. 1747-8 he was collated to the stall of Langtoft at York, which he held until his death.

He was the eldest son of Jonas Thompson,*35 esq. of Kilham, lord mayor of York in 1731 (grandson of Jonas T. of Kilham, elder brother of Sir Henry Thompson of Escrick and Sir Stephen Thompson of Kirkby Hall, aldermen of York), by Anne, daughter of William Justice, attorney, York, and sister of Henry Justice,*36 esq. barrister-at-law, lord of the manor of Rufforth in the Ainsty. By his wife Ann (see No. 237) be had issue two daughters, Ann, who died unmarried in 1835 (see No. 280), and Frances, wife of the Rev. Robert Tripp of Rewe, co. Devon, who died before her sister.

*35 " Mr. Jonah Thompson & Mrs Ann Justice" were married at the Minster 22 Jan. 1711-12. He died 18 July, 1739, aged 59, and his widow 3 Feb. 1773, aged 82, both being buried at Kilham.

*36 His Wife Elizabeth was the author of "Amelia, or the Distressed Wife" (Memoirs of the York Press, by Rob. Davies, F.S.A.).

(246). Mrs. Mary Bridges, Wife of the Revd Joseph Bridges, Subchanter of this Church, died the 6th and was bur. the 11th Day of May, 1795, Aged 74 years. The grave stone marked M. B. No. 33.

Mary Bridges of Gate Fulford, widow of the Rev. Joseph Bridges (see No. 227), died at York, ut supra. Her will was proved 16 May, 1795, and administration granted to her daughter Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. Thomas Rogers Filewood (see No. 256).

(247). Mrs. Mary Wentworth, wife of Peregrine Went worth, Esqr of Castle-Gate in the city of York, died June the 29th, and was bur. in this Church the 7th Day of July, 1797, Aged 76 years. The Grave stone marked M. W. No. 34.

HERE LIE THE REMAINS
OF MARY WIFE OF
PEREGRINE WENTWORTH ESQR.
OF THIS CITY.
SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE
ON THE 29TH DAY OF JUNE 1797,
IN THE 77TH YEAR OF HER AGE.

On 6 July, 1798, administration of the goods of Mary Wentworth of York, deceased intestate, was granted to Peregrine Wentworth, esq. her husband (see No. 265). She was the daughter of Ralph Assheton, esq. of Downham, co. Lane. (by Mary, daughter of Thomas Lister, esq. of Gisburne Park), and widow of the Rev. John Witton of Lupset Hall.

(248). The Right Hon. Lady Mary Hore, Wife of the Revd Thomas Hore of the Kingdom of Ireland, died at York July the 25th, and was bur. in this Church the 29th of July, 1798, Aged 22 years. The Gravestone marked M. H. No. 35.

MARLÆ
CONJUGI CARISSIMÆ
THOMAS HORE

POSUIT.
SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LADY MARY HORE
(WIFE OF THE REVEREND THOMAS HORE AND
DAUGHTER OF RALPH LATE LORD VISCOUNT AND
ALICE NOW COUNTESS OF WICKLOW OF THE
KINGDOM OF IRELAND) : WHO ON HER WAY TO
SCARBOROUGH, FOR THE RECOVERY OF HER HEALTH,
DIED AT YORK JULY THE 25TH, 1798.
AGED 22.

MARRIED ONE YEAR AND THREE MONTHS
HER VIRTUES ARE BEST DESCRIBED, AND HER
REWARD ESTIMATED IN THE WORDS OF HER
LORD & SAVIOUR.

  • BLESSED are the POOR in SPIRIT : for theirs is the KINGDOM of HEAVEN.
  • BLESSED are the MEEK : for they shall INHERIT the EARTH.
  • BLESSED are they which do hunger and thirst after RIGHTEOUSNESS for they SHALL be FILLED.
  • BLESSED are the MERCIFUL : for they shall OBTAIN MERCY.
  • BLESSED are the PURE in HEART : for they shall SEE GOD.
  • BLESSED are the PEACE MAKERS : for they shall be called the CHILDREN of GOD.
  • Matthew 5 chap : 3, 4, 5, 6 & 8 verses.

She was PURE in HEART; she was MEEK and HUMBLE
was GENTLE, MERCIFUL, and RIGHTEOUS
therefore
amidst the anguish and desolation which her death has occasioned
this consolation supports her afflicted friends
that
(having learnt of her LORD and SAVIOUR)
SHE HATH FOUND REST TO HER SOUL.
Matthew xi. chap. 29 verse.

Her Husband and her Mother have erected this Monument to her Memory.

Arms.-(Argent) an eagle displayed, with two heads (azure), within a bordure engrailed ( ), a martlet for difference (Hore) ; impaling (Gules) a bend between six cross-crosslets fitchee argent (Howard).

Crest. A demi eagle (azure). #Motto.-Constanter.

The hon. Mary Howard, youngest daughter of Ralph, viscount Wick low, by Alice, daughter and heiress of William Forward, esq. of Castle Forward, co. Donegal. Married in 1797, the Rev. Thos. Hore, a younger son of Walter Hore, esq. of Harperstown, co. Wexford.

(249). Edward Tipping Esqr. of Dundalk in Ireland, died August the 16th, and was bur. in this Church the 23th Day of August, 1798, Aged 35 years. The grave stone marked E. T. No. 36.

HERE REST
THE REMAINS OF EDWARD TIPPING ESQr
SECOND SON OF
EDWARD TIPPING ESQr of
BELL URGAN PARK,
IN THE COUNTY OF LOWTH, IRELAND
OBIIT AUGUST 17TH A.D. 1798,
ÆTAT : 35.

READER CONSIDER THIS
AS THE LAST REMAINING TRIBUTE OF
AN AFFECTIONATE WIFE;
TO THE VIRTUES OF ONE, WHO WAS
A TENDER AND FAITHFULL HUSBAND
A FOND PARENT
A DISINTERESTED AND SINCERE FRIEND.

(250). Elizth. Challoner of without Botham Barr in the city of York, died the 17th & was bur. in this Church the 22d Day of December, 1798, aged 52 Years. Grave stone marked E. C. No. 37.

TO THE MEMORY
OF ELIZABETH CHALONER
WHO DIED 17TH DECEMBER, 1798,
AGED 52 YEARS.

AND OF ALBINIA CHALONER
WHO DIED 24TH MAY, 1836,
AGED 45 YEARS.

Administration of the goods of Elizabeth Chaloner of Bootham, spinster, deceased intestate, was granted to Robert Chaloner, esq. her nephew, 16 April, 1799. She was the daughter of William Chaloner, esq. of Guisbrough, by Mary, daughter and heiress of James Finny, esq. of Finny-Lane, co. Stafford. Her nephew Robert Chaloner, was lord mayor of York in 1817, and M.P. in 1820.-See No. 281.

(251). Elizabeth Smalley, in the Parish of St Mary Gate without Bootham Barr in the City of York, died on the 13th March, and was bur. on the 21st of March, in this Cathedral, 1799, Aged 87 Years. The grave stone marked E. S. No. 38.

Elizabeth, widow of the Rev. Nathaniel Smalley, B.D., rector of Preston near Lavenham, co. Suffolk (who died 22 Dec. 1776), and daughter of the Rev. William Tomlin, incumbent of Ulram in the East Riding of Yorkshire. In her will, dated 2 Dec., 1797, she desires that her "remains may be interred in the Cathedral Church of York," and ordains "that the sum of twenty pounds be laid out by my executrix in the preparing and putting up a piece of plain white marble in the chapel of Ulrome in the East Riding of Yorkshire, where the remains of my family are deposited, with an inscription, to be inclosed in this my will, in case the same shall not be done in my life time." To the Rev. Samuel Ayscough, librarian to the British Museum, she bequeaths one hundred guineas. The residue of her effects she leaves to her friend Mrs. Arabella Lutton of Bootham, whom she appoints sole executrix. [Pro. 14 June, 1799.]

Poulson (Hist. Holderness, i. 239) gives a copy of the above inscription, which reads as follows :-" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. Mr. Tomlin and Mrs. Tomlin, his wife, whose remains are here deposited ; and also those of two sons, Mr. Geo. Tomlin and the Rev. Heneage Tomlin, A.M. ; and of their daughter, Elizabeth Smalley, who died March 13, 1799, and whose remains are deposited in York Cathedral."

(252). Miss Mary Eyre died March the 28th and was bur. in this Church the Pt Day of April, 1800, Aged 8 years. The grave stone marked M. E. No. 39.

Mary daughter of the Rev. Anthony-Fountaine Eyre of Barnborough, canon residentiary of York, by his second wife Honor, daughter of the Rev. Godfrey Wolley of Warmsworth, and granddaughter of the Rev. Thos. Lamplugh, canon of York (see No. 194).

The following children of canon Eyre were baptized in the Minster -Honor, born 24 May, 1785, bap. 1 July seq. ; Catharine-Judith, born 16 Sept., 1787, bap. 18 Oct. seq. ; Mary, born 8 July, 1791, bap. 8 Aug. seq.

(253). Mrs. Frances Graham, Widow of the late Dr Graham of Netherby in Cumberland, died at York on Tuesday the 17th, and was bur. in this Church on Monday the 23rd of February, 1801, Aged 69 years. The grave stone marked F. G. No. 40.

FRANCES GRAHAM
RELICT OF THE
REVD Dr. GRAHAM
OF NETHERBY IN THE
COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND,
DIED ON THE
EIGHTEENTH DAY OF
FEBRUARY 1801,
AGED 69 YEARS.

Arms.-Or, on a chevron sable three escallops of the field.

Frances, daughter of Sir Reginald Graham of Norton Conyers, bart., by Catherine, daughter of Metcalfe Graham, esq. of Pickhill, co. York. Married, at York Minster, 1 June, 1752, the Rev. Robert Graham, D.D., rector of Arthuret, co. Cumb., second son of Dr. Wm. Graham, dean of Carlisle, and grandson of Sir Geo. Graham of Esk, bart. Their eldest surviving son, James Graham of Netherby, esq., was created a baronet 28 Dec. 1782.

Mrs. Graham died at her house in Micklegate. In her will, dated 7 Feb. 1801, she desires to be buried "in the Cathedral Church of York, having already made a request for that purpose to the Reverend the Dean."

(254). The Honourable Mrs. Mary Tipping, widow of the late Edward Tipping Esqr of Dundalk in Ireland, died at Bristol Hot Wells May 16th, and was bur. in this Church June 1st, 1801, Aged 25 years. The grave stone marked M. T. No. 41.

See No. 249.

(255). Mrs. Sarah Mapleden Gibbons, died at York October the 4th, and was bur. in this Church October 8th, 1802, Aged 24 years. The grave stone marked S. M. G. No. 42.

S. M. G.
DIED OCTr. 4TH, 1802,
AGED 24.

(256). Mrs. Elizabeth Filewood, aged 54 years, Relict of the Revd. Thos. Roger Filewood, Rector of Mickleham & Dunsfold in Surry : She died 31st Octr. 1803, at Silkston near Barnsley, and was bur. in this Church Nov! 11th, 1803. The grave stone marked E. F. No. 43.

She was the daughter of the Rev. Joseph Bridges, of York, and Mary (Yoward), his wife.-See Nos. 227, 246.

(257). Anne Langley, spinster, died at the Manor House without Bootham Bar, in the Parish of St Marygate in the North Riding of the County of York, Decemr the 3d, and was bur. in this Church Decr. 91, 1803, Aged 70 years. The grave stone numbered 44.

ANN LANGLEY
DIED DECK 3D 1803,
AGED 70.
FRANCES LANGLEY
DIED APRIL 28TH, 1817,
AGED 79.

Anne, daughter of Richard (Hutchenson*37) Langley, esq. of Wykeham Abbey, by Elizabeth, eldest daughter and coheiress of Boynton (Apple yard38) Boynton, esq., of Rawcliffe, and Elizabeth, his wife. Her brother Boynton Langley, esq., was High Sheriff of Yorkshire in 1763. Several of her relatives are interred in the Minster. See Nos. 266, 267, 271, 273, and 278.

*37 He assumed the name of Langley on succeeding to the estates of his uncle, Thomas Langley, esq. of North Grimston.

*38 Mr. Boynton Appleyard of Ulceby, co. Linc. & Mrs. Elizabeth Strangeways of York," were married in the Minster, 27 July, 1699.

(258). Ann, Wife of the Rev'd Thomas Eglin, and Daughter of the Rev'd Charles Cowper, Canon Residentiary of this Church, died at Stillingfleet August the 16th, and was bur. in this Church the 24th Day of Augt. 1804, Aged 79 years. The grave stone numbered 45.

For some account of her father, see No. 217.

(259). Katherine Wolley, Widow of the Reverend Godfrey Wolley, A.M., late Rector of Thunscoe and Warmsworth in this County, third and last surviving Daughter of the Revd Thomas Lamplugh, A.M., heretofore a Canon Residentiary of this Church and Rector of Bolton Percy, died in the Parish of St. Martin, Coney Street, York, the first Day of November, and was bur. in this Church the fourth Day of November, 1804, Aged 79 years. The grave stone numbered 46.

KATHERINE WOLLEY
WIDOW OF
GODFREY WOLLEY A.M.
RECTOR OF THURNSCOE,
DAUGHTER OF
THOMAS LAMPLUGH A.M.
CANON RESIDENTIARY
OF YORK
OB : 1: NOV : A.D. 1804
ET: 79.

"Catherine, Dau. of ye Rev" M" Lamplugh, Canon residentiary," was baptized in the Minster, 30 Sept. 1725.

(260). The Marchioness of Rockingham died the 19th Day of Decemr, 1804 at Hillingdon House near Uxbridge in the County of Middlesex, and was bur. in this Church, in the Earl of Strafford's Vault, the 9th Day of January, 1805, Aged 68 years.

Mary, daughter and sole heiress of Thomas Bright, esq. of Badsworth, and widow of Charles Wentworth, second marquis of Rockingham (see No. 225). Married 26th Feb. 1752.

(261). Mary the Wife of William Marwood Esqr of the Minster Yard in the Liberty of Saint Peter, York, died April 8th, and was bur. in this Church April 13th, 1807, aged 63 years. The grave stone numbered 47.

Eldest daughter of Christopher Goulton, esq. of Beverley, and wife of William Marwood, esq. of Little Busby, co. York. Her husband was the son of the Rev. Thomas Metcalfe, rector of Kirkby Overblow, and assumed the name of Marwood on succeeding to Little Busby under the will of his cousin Jane, widow of Cholmley Turner, esq. of Kirkleatham, and daughter and heiress of George Marwood, esq. He died s. p. in 1809, and was succeeded by his brother, the Rev. George Marwood, canon of Chichester.

(262). Francis Croft, son of John Croft Esqr of the Parish of Saint Cuthbert, formerly Saint Helen's-on-the-Walls, in the City of York, died 14th of December, and was bur. in this Church the 19th Day of Decemr, 1807, Aged 31 years. Grave stone numbered 48.

FRANCISCUS CROFT
OB. XIV DEC. ÆTAT. XXXI,
MDCCCVII
HEU MULTUM FLEBILIS.

JOHANNES CROFT
EJUSDEM FRANCISCI PATER
OB. XVIII NOVR. ÆTAT. LXXXVIII
MDCCCXX.

JUDITHA CROFT
EJUSDEM FRANCISCI MATER
OB. XVII JUN. ÆTAT. LXXVIII,
MDCCCXXIV.

Arms. Quarterly. 1st quarterly, indented ermiuois and gules, in the first quarter a lion passant guardant of the second. 2. Per fess or and gules, in chief two mullets of the last. 3. Gules a chevron argent between three sheaves of arrows ----. 4. Argent, a cross moline azure.

Crest.-A lion passant guardant----, supporting with the dexter paw a shield quarterly indented ---- and ----.

Francis, only surviving son of John Croft, wine-merchant (see No. 275), by Judith, daughter of Francis Bacon, alderman of York (see No. 279), died very suddenly, and unmarried.

(263). Sophia Knight, relict of Robt. Knight, Esqr of Apperley Bridge in the County of York, died the 18th Day of January, in the Parish of Saint Helen's, in the City of York, and was bur. in this Church the 22d Day of January, 1808, Aged 46 years. The grave stone numbered 49.

(264). William Burgh Esqr L.C.D., of the Parish of Saint Mary Gate without Bootham Bar near the City of York, died Deer the 26th, 1808, and was bur. in this Church January the 3d, 1809, Aged 67 years. The grave stone numbered 50.

GUGLIELMO BURGH, ARM°
NAT. HIBERN. 1741. MORT. EBOR. 1808. ÆT. 67.

LOST IN A JARRING WORLD'S TUMULTUOUS CRIES
UNMARKED AROUND US SINK THE GOOD AND WISE
HERE BURGH IS LAID; A VENERABLE NAME,
TO VIRTUE SACRED, NOT UNKNOWN TO FAME
LET THOSE HE LOVED, LET THOSE WHO LOV'D HIM TELL
HOW DEAR HE LIVED, AND HOW LAMENTED FELL;
TELL OF THE VOID HIS SOCIAL SPIRIT LEFT,
OF COMFORTS LONG ENJOYED, FOR EVER REFT,
OF WIT THAT GILDED MANY A SPRIGHTLIER HOUR,
OF KINDNESS WHEN THE SCENE OF JOY WAS O'ER,
OF TRUTH'S ETHERIAL BEAM, BY LEARNING GIVEN
TO GUIDE HIS VIRTUES TO THEIR NATIVE HEAV'N
NOR SHALL THEIR SORROWING VOICE BE HEARD UNMOV'D
WHILE GRATITUDE IS LEFT, OR GOODNESS LOV'D,
BUT LIST'NING CROWDS THIS HONOUR'D TOMB ATTEND,
AND CHILDREN'S CHILDREN BLESS THEIR FATHER'S FRIEND.*39

*39 This epitaph is from the pen of his friend Mr. Morritt of Rokeby.

"William Burgh of Bootham, in the Suburbs of the City of York, Esquire, and by the condescension of the University of Oxford, L. C. D.," made his will 23 Dec. 1808. He bequeaths his property in Ireland to his brother Thomas Burgh, esq.-" To my very dear wife Mary - the messuage or tenement in Bootham aforesaid, wherein I now dwell." -Personal estate to his said wife, "subject only to the payment of the expences of my funeral (antecedent to which I desire there may be neither incision nor inspection), and the expences of the probate of my will." - " To my said dear wife, as being the entire confidante of all my secrets, I commit all my papers, with full power to preserve, destroy or dispose thereof as she pleases." [Pro. 24 May, 1808.]

The testator was the eldest son of Thomas Burgh, esq. of Bert, co. Kildare (grandson of Ulysses Burgh, bishop of Ardagh) by Anne, only daughter of Dive Downes, bishop of Cork and Ross. He married Mary, daughter and heiress of George Warburton, esq. of Firmount, co. Kildare, but had no issue by her (see No. 274).

Dr. Burgh died at his house in York, where he had been resident nearly forty years. He "was a person of varied accomplishments, possessing much learning, talents and wit, with very pleasing powers of conversation. His friend, Mason, the poet, "used to say of him that he was a walking library, from which you might always draw out some rare and curious article of literature."-He was the author of " A Scriptural Confutation of Mr. Lindsey's Apology."- (A Memoir of the York Press by Robert Davies, F.S.A.)

(265). Peregrine Wentworth Esqr, of Towlstone Lodge in ye Parish of Newton Kyme, died on Wednesday the 30th Day of August, and was bur. in this Church, in the Earl of Strafford's Vault, the 8th Day of September 1809, Aged 87 years.

Peregrine Wentworth, esq., Registrar of the West Riding, son of Matthew Wentworth, esq. of Wakefield (8th son of Sir Michael Went worth of Wolley), by Ann, daughter of James Sill, of Wakefield, gent., and widow of John Neville, esq. of Chevet. Born 31 July, 1722. Married, first, in 1751, Mary, only daughter of Beilby Thompson, esq. of Escrick (by his first wife Jane, daughter and heiress of Sir Roger Beck with, bart. of Aldborough). She died in child-bed 1 April, 1756. Secondly, Mary, daughter of Ralph Assheton, esq. of Downham, co. Lanc., who died in 1797 (see No. 247), but had no issue by either.

In his will, dated 9 Feb., 1809, Mr. Wentworth desires to be interred in York Minster.-To his niece Martha Wentworth, wife of John Went worth, now or late of Little Harbour near Portsmouth in New Hampshire in North America, he bequeaths £8,000.-To his nephew Peter Serle, esq. of Chilworth Lodge, co. Southants, £4,000.-To Sir George Armytage, bart., one of his trustees, "any such one of my horses or mares in my possession at the time of my decease as he shall make choice of, and also all my pictures and prints of horses and dogs, or which in any manner relate to the Turf."-" To the duke of Leeds, my cup, won many years ago at Richmond Races by my horse Chatsworth." To Francis Maude, of Wakefield, barrister-at-law, another of his trustees, " one other of my gold racing cups, and the picture or portrait of the late Marquis of Rockingham (see No. 225), now in my house at York."-" To my friend William Carr, esq. of York, one other of my gold racing cups." -Residue to his sister Dorothy Serle.-Codicil dated 28 Aug., 1809, " To the duke of Leeds, over and besides the cup I have given him by my said will, a silver Eparne with his grace's arms upon it, and the picture or portrait of the earl of Strafford and his secretary which was given to me by his grace's father."-To the above-mentioned William Carr,-" an old piece of plate of Meleager hunting the Boar." [Pro. 8 Sept., 1809.]

(266). Mary Roydes, Daughter of Boynton Langley Esqr, of Wykham Abbey, and Wife of Robt Roydes Esqr of Easthorpe Park in the Parish of Appleton, in the County of York, died on Wednesday the 13th, and was bur. in the Cathedral at York on Tuesday the 19th Novr 1811, aged 48 years.

MARY ROYDS
DIED
NOV: THE 13th 1811,
AGED 48.

ROBERT ROYDS ESQr
DIED
FEB : THE 10th 1815,
AGED 57.

Mary, wife of Robert Royds, esq., of Easthorpe Park (afterwards of Elvington-see No. 270), and daughter of Boynton Langley, esq. of Wykeham Abbey, by Mary, daughter of Sir William Foulis, bart., of Ingleby Manor. Her brother Richard Langley, and his wife, are both interred in the Minster. See Nos. 271, 278.

(267). Elizabeth, Daughter of Boynton (sic, sed lege Richard) Langley Esqr, of Wykham Abbey, and Relict of John Dealtry, M.D., died at Bradenham House in the County of Buckingham, August the 28th, and was bur. in the Cathedral at York, September the 15th, 1812 Aged 84 years. *40

ELIZABETH DEALTRY,
RELICT OF JOHN DEALTRY, M: D:
AND DAUGHTER OF
RICHARD LANGLEY, ESQr.
OF WYKEHAM ABBEY,
DIED AT BRADENHAM HOUSE
IN THE COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAM
AUGT 28TH 1812,
AGED 84 YEARS.

PEREGRINE DEALTRY, ESQ.
OF BRADENHAM HOUSE
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE,
SON OF THE ABOVE
ELIZABETH DEALTRY,
WHO DIED AT RYDE IN THE
ISLE OF WIGHT, 1ST SEPTr. 1814
AGED 52 YEARS.

Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Richard (Hutchenson) Langley, esq. (by Elizabeth, eldest daughter and coheiress of Boynton Boynton, esq. of Rawcliffe), and widow of Dr. Dealtry, the eminent physician of York. See Nos. 216, 269.

*40 End of Volume III. The next Burial is in Volume V., where the entries are made on printed forms


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