This transcription is a transcription of a transcription originally done in 1988 by Wath and Mexborough Archives. These documents have many typographical errors and so we cannot vouch for the acuracy in the original transcription.
Plaque Number C1
Stone Plaque over door:
Rev. G.T. Hudson, A.M. Rector E. Wyrill Church Warden T.F. Lockton 19 Victoria 1 MDCCCLVI
Plaque Number C2
Date over Stained Glass Window: 1855
Plaque Number C3
List of Bells:
The Electric - Pneumatic Bell Chiming Apparatus in this Tower Was installed in 1951 by Gillett & Johnson, Croydon. Dedicated 29th July 1951 By The Right Reverend Bishop George Barne, C.I.E., O.B.E., D.D.M.A. This work was carried out in memory of our glorious dead of our Great Wars of 1914 - 18 and 1939 -45. These bells, now named after the following Harthill Men of the ages. So ring the bells spanning the ages.
|No.||NAME||DATE of RESIDENCE|
|1||WILLIAM WARRENE BELL||CIRCA 1086|
|2||HUGH SELBY BELL||CIRCA 1297|
|3||NICHOLAS KNEETON BELL||CIRCA 1350|
|4||EDWARD OSBORNE BELL||CIRCA 1550|
|5||MARMADUKE CARVER BELL||CIRCA 1660|
|6||THOMAS OSBORNE BELL||CIRCA 1690|
|7||JOHN HEWITT BELL||CIRCA 1745|
|8||BISHOP BARNE BELL||CIRCA 1951|
Plaque Number C4
It is more blessed to give than to receive
Plaque Number C5
West Window in Tower: Inscription along the bottom:
"In memory of George Walker of Woodall who died 24th day of March 1874 and of Dorothy his wife who died 22nd day of June 1869. This window is placed here by Horace Walker of Osgathorpe their loving son."
Top left panel: letter 'A';
top right panel letter 'O'
Lower right panel: 'David Rer.'
Centre panel: [In the form of a book]
|[Also in the form of a book] |
|us est Agnus||et porditudinem|
|bee isiust est||et honyrem|
|[?] ivinitateu||et [?] evedictione|
Right side main window: Ribbon pattern: 'I D R I'
N.B. This is a probably transcription and may not be absolutely correct. Windows at top feature more information but very difficult to read.
Plaque Number C6
Photograph - Choir 1892:
"All Hallows Harthill First Surpliced Choir 1892" Includes: - Back row - left to right. Wm. Drabble, Wm. Edward Glossop, Harry Featherstone, Horace Unwin, Wm. Unwin, Rev. B. Darley, W.S Lund [organist], John Ward, R. Ayto, Jr. Charles Jenkinson, Astley Renshaw, Thomas Drabble, Frank Ward. Front row: Harold Attewell, Frank Wainscoat, Harry Turner, Willie Smith, Fuller Highfield, Merton Holmes, W. Newbury, W. Mountford, E. Renshaw, George Turner.
Plaque Number C7
Photograph - no inscription. [1 gentleman.]
Plaque Number C8
Photograph - Inscribed on back.
"Confirmation at Harthill May 26 1935 Lord Bishop of Sheffield - Leonard H. Burrows, D.D. Rector of Harthill - Phillip E. Boswell, M.A. Confirmed: "Ringfield, Webster, Chambers, G.Field, L.Hydes, E.Walker, H.Ward, J.Heeley, T.King. Girls: M.Smith, J.Thompson, T.Wood, J.Barber, N.Wagstaff, D.Biggs, R.Atkin, D.Allsopp, L.Storey, J.Creasey, C.Hill."
Plaque Number C9
Photograph of Choir - no inscription.
Plaque Number C10
"Incorporated Guild of Church Musicians" [London] This is to certify that at a meeting of the Council held in London on the Eleventh day of June 1930 ALL HALLOWS CHURCH CHOIR was unanimously elected an ENROLLED CHOIR in union with the Incorporated Guild of Musicians Signed on behalf of the Council Westlake Morgan, Reg'd No. 1512 Warden
Plaque Number C11
North West Window:
TO THE GLORY OF GOD - AND IN MEMORY OF GEORGE TOWNSEND-HUDSON FOR 36 YEARS RECTOR OF THIS PARISH - THIS WINDOW WAS PLACED BY FRIENDS AND PARISHIONERS 1886..
Plaque Number C12
THE FUNERAL PALL OF GEORGE GODOLPHIN OSBORNE. 8TH DUKE OF LEEDS WHO DIED IN 1872. THE PALL FORMERLY HUNG, AS A BANNER IN THE LEEDS CHAPEL UNTIL IT WAS REMOVED IN 1983 and sent to THE TEXTILE CONSERVATION UNIT AT LEEDS FOR RESTORATION. THE COST OF THE REPAIR AND CLEANING AS WELL AS THE FRAME WAS BORNE BY A MEMBER WHO WISHES TO REMAIN ANONYMOUS. BY PLACING THIS PALL ON THE NORTH WALL WE HAVE RETURNED IT TO THE CLOSE PROXIMITY OF THE 'LEEDS VAULTS' AND CLOSE TO THE GAUNTLETS WHICH WERE RESTORED IN 1982.
N.B. Pall features elaborate lettering: 'G G O'
Plaque Number C13
These Gauntlets and the portion of bridle once belonged to Sir Edward Osborne who resided at Thorpe Hall. Sir Edward was an ardent Cavalier and these pieces of armour may well have seen battle during the Civil War. The Helmet and the Lion Crest, which with the Gauntlets were hung in the Leeds Chapel and rested there for over a century, were stolen a few years ago from the church. Sir Edward Osborne died in 1647 at the age of 51 years. He is buried in the Vault and his memorial is affixed to the North Wall of the Chapel.
THE GAUNTLETS HAVE BEN RESTORED TO THEIR ORIGINAL COLOURS.
Plaque Number C14
[Writing on Shield in centre of plaque] QVI MAL - Y - PENSE HONI SOIT [On bottom of plaque.] DIEV - ET - MON - DROIT - 1730
Plaque Number C15
BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER.
ALL HALLOWS CHURCH HARTILL COUNTY OF YORK White Sunday 1849.
Plaque Number C16
IN MEMORY OF HERBERT WESTON a devoted Servant of Harthill Parish church of which he was Verger and Sexton for 17 years. He died on 30th September 1955. *R*I*P*
Plaque Number C17
Pray for the Soul of Hugh Serlby Esquire
Plaque Number C18
Chest on floor:
HARTHILL 1813 J. ALDERSON RECTOR G. CLARKE CHURCH WARDENS G. PEARCE
Plaque Number C19
Flat stone: Unreadable
Plaque Number C20
[North edge of stone:] OCTOBER 1583 GARTRUDE UXOR DC [East end of stone:] A -- IO Xii FILIA--- BEIIE--- AR--- PO [South edge of stone:] ANTHONYE SERLEBYE ESQUYER
Plaque Number C21
Here resteth Thomas Osborne, Duke of Leeds Marquis of Carmarthen Earle of Danby Viscount Latimer & Dumblan, Barron of Kiveton & Knight of the most noble order of the Garter. OB:26 Jul. 1712. ÆT:81'
Inscription on fron of tomb west face:
Who was treasurer of his Majesties Navy ANNO 1668 and COUNCELLOR of State, both in his Great, and Cabinet Councills, and Lord High Treasurer of England Anno 1673, and 1st Lieutenant of the West Riding of Yorkshire, in the said Regime of KING CHARLES the second.'
North face of the tomb:
The Duchess his only Wife, was the Lady Bridget Berrie, 2nd Daughter of Montagu Earle of Lindley Lord Great Chamberlain of England [who resteth here also] by whom he had issue 3 sons vis EDWARD Lord Viscount Latimer, THOMAS, & PEREGINE Lord Marquis of Carmarthen, and eight Daughters viz ELIZABETH, ANNE BRIDGET Countess of Plymouth, KATHERINE, MARTHA Vis- countess Lansdowne, SOPHIA, lady Lemphter NORREYS, and PENELOPE.
South face of the tomb:
He was afterwards in the Reigne of KING WILLIAM the third vis Anno 1668 Lord President of his Majesties Privy Councill, and Lor Lieutenant of the whole County of YORK, and Captaine, & Governor of the Towne and Cittadell of Kingston upon Hull.
East Face of LEEDS tomb:
He was Lord High Steward of England for the time being upon the Tryall of the fine Lord MOHUN in parliament and was High Steward of the City of York, and of the Towne of Kingston upon Hull, whilst he lived.
Plaque Number C22
Roll of Honour: 
|Tom Roper*||William Waplington*||Sidney Laking*|
|Jack Rotherforth*||Maurice Walker||John Harrison*|
|Cyril Widdison*||Arthur Walker*||John P Severn*|
|Norman Taylor*||Joseph Flower*||George Turner*|
|Stanley Turner*||John Bald||Wm. Edward Bald*|
|Kenneth King*||Harold Atkins*||Frederick Ward*|
|Ken. L.MacDonald||Arthur G. Wall||Jarvis Guest*|
|Edward Walker*||Geor. A. Jenkinson*||Ernest W. Booth*|
|Eric Booth*||Norman W. Smith*||Wm. Featherstone|
|William Martin*||Arthur J. Wigmore||Joseph A. Hollis|
|Harold Clarkson||Albert Walker*||Sam Clark*|
|Geo. Wm. Storey*||Douglas Snowden*||Horace Bradley|
|Sam Smith*||Geo. H. Staniland*||Maurice Hall|
|Sidney Hall*||Eric Bradshaw[K]||George Rose|
|Albert Ritchie*||John H. Wragg*||Harry Hydes*|
|Harry Highfield[K]||Geo. Kenneth Cole||George Bass|
|Sam C. Chambers*||Ernest Laking*||Leslie Mellish*|
|Thos. Richardson||Dennis Walker*||Herbert Weston*|
|Joseph Bald*||Robert Snell*||Peter Smith*|
|Arthur Twibell||Clifford Raynor*||Don Annett*|
|Arnold Wainscoat||Ian Annett||Stanley Walker|
|Horace Laking||John Heeley||George H. Field*|
|John W. Hydes*||George Widdison*||Harry Allsop*|
|Eric Snell||Frank Thompson||Norman Sampson*|
|Richard Clarkson||John Laking||Alfred Minty*|
|Tom Drabble*||Cecil Smith||Charles Matthews|
|Geoffrey Taylor||George Clarke||Walter Hollis|
|Harry Bradshaw |
N.B. [K] = Killed in Action
* = Serving or operating abroad. It should be noted that these symbols
on the document were very badly faded, and consequently the information
may be less than absolutely reliable.
Plaque Number C23
Slate panel - Lords Prayer
Plaque Number C24
Slate panel - Apostles Creed
Plaque Number C25
In memory of Francis Godolphin Osborne, Baron Godolphin of Gogmagog hills, Cambridgeshire. Brother of George William Frederick Osborne, 6th Duke of Leeds interred 20th Feb 1850 aged 75 years. And of Elizabeth Charlotte wife of Francis Godolphin Osborne. Baron Godolphin and daughter of William 1st Lode Auckland Interred April 28th 1847 aged 67 years. Also of the Honorable Francis Godolphin Osborne son of the above who died Feb. 2nd 1802, agd 8 months and a day.
Plaque Number C26
Brass plaque on wall:
DEPOSITUM The High puissant & most NOBLE PRINCE Peregrine Duke of Leeds. Marquis Caermarthen Early Danby Viscount Latimer Dunolphin Baron Osborne of Kirten Baron Dyed 25th Day of June 1729 in the 69th year of his age.
Plaque Number C27
AMORI CONJUGALI EDWARDOUS OSBORNE BAR? ANTIQUA SPLENDIDAQ FAMILIA ORTUS, e MAJORU SVOR DIGNITATI PER OMNIA A QUALIS, VIR INEXEPLV NATUS, BONITATI SIMLIM, VIRTUTIBUS TUM AD PRIVATU CULTUMT TUM AD PUBLICA VITILITATE SPECTANTIb INSTRUCTISSIMUS* OB INSIGNEM TAM PRU DENTIAM QUAM VITAE PROBITATEM, REGNI BOREALIB, VOLUNTATE SERENISSIMI PRINCIPIS, PROVECTUS, HONORATISSIMO VICE PRAESIDIS OFFICIA, IN AMPLISSIMA PROVINCIA ITA PERFUNCT EST UT IVSTITIA IN OMNES [PRÆ LUCENTE CUM INNOCENTIA PIETATE] SUMA FIDE INTEGRITATE PER OCTENNIUM PRÆSTITA GRATISSIMAM SUI D MEMORIAM, CUM MAXIMO OMNIV DESIDERIO, LOCO DENUM MOX FACT CEDENS, POSTERIS RELIQUERIT, CUIUS LIPSANA ALIA VHOR ANNA OSBORNE MERNAE SECURITATI, e PERENNI MEMORIÆ CONDITORIO UNA CUM DULCISSIMO CONJUCE REQUIETURA. Obijt ix die mensis September A? DNI. J647 ÆtATIS SVÆ 51
[Transcribers note: MANY OF THESE LATIN WORDS HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY MIS-TRANSLATED]
Plaque Number C28
Brass plaque on wall:
BLESSED ARE THE DEAD WHICH DIE IN THE LORD THE ILLUSTRIOUS PRINCESS BRIDE DUCHESS DOWAGER OF LEEDS RELICT PEREGRING OSBORNE DUKE OF LEEDS MARQUISS OF CAERMARTHEN EARL OF DANBY VISCOUNT LATIMER BARON OSBORNE KIVETON AND VISCOUNT OSBORNE DUMBLAIN DIED 9th MARCH 1733 THE 74th YEAR OF HIS AGE.
Plaque Number C29
North East Window:
[Three panelled window] Ecce Agnus Dei [left panel] Parate viam Domini [right panel] In Memory of Louisa Catherine [left panel] Dowager Duchess of Leeds [centre panel] Aged 82 Died April 7 1874 [right panel]
Plaque Number C30
Stone plaque under window:
EDWARD Ld Viscount Latimer eldest son of THOMAS DUKE of Leeds Marryd ELIZABETH eldest Daughter one of ye Coheirs of SYMON BENNETT of Buckinghamshire Esq. & dyed without Issue Thomas his second son dyed an Infant: PEREGRINE Ld Marquiss of Camarthen his 3d son Marryd BRIDGET HYDE Sole Daughter and Heire of Sir THOMAS HYDE of Hartfordshire by whome he had both son & Daughters: ELIZ: the DUKES Eldest Daughter dyed young: ANN his 2d Daughter was marryed to ROBERT COKE of Norfolk Esq: BRIDGET his 3d Daughter was Marryed to CHARLES FITZ - CHARLES Earle of Plymouth, one of ye naturall Sons of KING CHARLES ye 2d. KATHERINE his 4th Daughter was Marryed to JAMES HERBERT of Oxfordshire Esq Grandson to PHILLIP Earle of Pembroke, & next Heire Male of ye whole Blood to ye said Earle- MARTHA his 5th Daughter was Mar ryed. First to DONATUS Ld Obrien Grandson & Heire to HENRY Earle of Thomand & afterwards to WILL'M Ld. Lempster of Northamptonshire: PENELOPE his 7th & NORREYS his 8th Daughter did both dye Infants.
Plaque Number C31
Hatchment on windowsill:
Hatchment 'cloth' on window bottom - too damaged to move.
Plaque Number C32
Brass plate on pulpit:
'Carlo Scarselli Scultore in Legno Fece a Firenre Anno 1877'
Plaque Number C33
New English Bible, New Testament, Pub. Oxford Cambridge.
Hand written inside cover:
'Maragaret Bamlett August 15th 1961.'
Plaque Number C34
Large elaborate marble plaque in North Choir Stalls.
Beatæ Resurrectionis Præmia expectantes Juxta S.S. Reliquiæ Johnnis Hewitt, A.M. hujus Ecelefiæ ultra annos quadraginta. Pastoris effidui Necnon Annæ, conjugis ejus unicæ Ille Apr. 22d. 1757 æt 69. Obiit Anno Illa Septr 4 to 1764 æt 79.
Johannes Hewitt tertius ejufdem nominus hujus Ecclefiæ Rector, Parentibus ejus benemerentibus Pofuit.
Plaque Number C35
THE REREDOS IN THIS SANCTUARY WAS ERECTED TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF BERTRAM DARLEY. RECTOR OF HARTHILL 1891 - 1923 BY PARISHIONERS & FRIENDS
Plaque Number C36
Kneeling Monument: [Note, these lines are not positioned as on original]
HERE LIE YE BODY OF YE LADY MARGERET OSBORNE ELDEST DAUGHTER TO SR. THOMAS BELASSIS OF NEWBROUGH KNT e BARONETT BY HIS WIFE YE LADY BARBERA BELLASIS, DAUGHT"r TO Sr. HENRY CHOLMLEY OF WHITBY KNT e LATE Ye DEARNE WIFE OF Ser EDWARD OSBORNE OF KIVERTON BARONETT, WHO IN HIS NEVER DYINGE AFFECTION TO HER EVER LIVING MEMORY CAUSED HIS MOVEMENT [THIS MONUMENT] TO BE ERECTED: SHE HAVINGE FROM A CRADLE LIVED RELIGIOULSY DIED AS COMFORTABLY 7:E 7th NOVEMBER ANNO DOM: 1624 Nobilitas, thalming fides et forma, juventus, et dolar, et quiquid faxa gravare prfect, Hic jacet jncjpererm, fed habent hac faxa pudorein lavdibus im modieis ne fenera offa premant hell premet examias fors iniuffillimas j Virtus una facit celebres tota caterua cilet.
[Transcribers Note: Many errors in original transcription of the above Latin]
Plaque Number C37
East window in Chancel:
In honour of Christ Crucified, and in memory of Francis D'arcy Godolphin Osborne VII Duke of Leeds, who died May 4th 1859, this window was renewed and re-dedicated. Anno Dinubu MDCCCXCVIII [lettering above Christ on window: INRI]
Left panel: Sancta Maria pater dolorosa
Centre panel: Spec unica
Right panel: Sanctos Johannes discipulus dilectus
Plaque Number C38
SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF ANNA MAGA THE BELOVED WIFE OF THE REV'D JONATHAN ALDERSON. M.A. RECTOR OF THIS PARISH AND ONLY DAUGHTER OF THE REV'D ROWLAND HODGSON B.D. WHO WAS RECTOR OF RAWMARSH IN THIS COUNTY. SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE FIRST DAY OF JAN 1848 ALSO SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF THE ABOVE REV'D JONATHAN ALDERSON M.A. FOR THIRTY SIX YEARS THE FAITHFUL AND BELOVED PASTOR OF THIS PARISH WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE IN THE 80th YEAR OF HIS AGE ON THE 9th DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1848. IN THE CONFIDENT HOPE OF A BLESSED IMMORTALITY HIS LAST ILLNESS WAS ACCOMPANIED BY THE MOST ACUTE BODILY PAIN AND SUFFERING AND WAS BORNE BY HIM WITH SUCH PATIENCE AND RESIGNATION AS THE PRINCIPLES OF THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST ALONE CAN GIVE. HE WAS UNIVERSALLY RESPECTED AND ESTEEMED AND THE POOR, ESPECIALLY HAVE LOST IN HIM A MOST LIBERAL AND SYMPATHIZING FRIEND.
Plaque Number C39
IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF HER THREE SISTERS DAUGHTERS OF THE ABOVE JONATHAN ALDERSON, WHOSE WITH THOSE OF THEIR PARENTS LIE IN THE FAMILY VAULT IN THE ADJOINING CHURCH YARD NAMELY CHARLOTTE MARIA HOLY WHO DIED ON THE 18th DAY OF APRIL 1837 SARAH PARKER WHO DIED ON THE 30th DAY OF AUGUST 1877 AND AUGUSTA MARY ALDERSON WHO DIED ON THE 25th DAY OF NOVEMBER 1887 THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY THEIR SURVIVING SISTER ANNA MARIA ALDERSON THEM ALSO WHICH SLEEP IN JESUS WILL GOD BRING WITH ITHES IV14 BECAUSE I LIVE YE SHALL LIVE ALSO JOHN XIV19 WHO DIED ON THE 21st DAY OF FEBRUARY 1906
Plaque Number C40
Alternative service book:
Prayer Book: Given to Kenneth Elwyn Jones on his ordination to the office and work of a Deacon in Sheffield Cathedral on Sunday 27th June 1982 With the best wishes and prayers of all at St.Mark's Church, Broomhill.
Plaque Number C41
Given to Harthill Parish Church in memory of Frank Ibberson 1893 - 1954
Plaque Number C42
Brass plate on lectern:
Carlo Scarselli Scultore in Legno lung arno Corrigiani No.33 Firenze
Plaque Number C43
Brass plate on screen:
Carlo Scarselli Scultore in Legno Lung Arno Torrigiani No.13 Fece l'Anno 1879 a Firenze.
Plaque Number C44
Stone plaque: [with carved red and black lettering in St.George's Chapel]
IN PROUD MEMORY OF THE MEN OF HARTHILL WHO MADE THE GREAT SACRIFICE IN TWO WORLD WARS 1914 - 1918
|A. ALLISON||J. BAXTER|
|W. COVELL||J.T. ELLIS|
|R. FEATHERSTONE||G.H. FIELD|
|H. GAY||R. JONES|
|A. JONES||F. MOSELEY|
|E. RENSHAW||A.A. SMITH|
|H. SMITH||G. WAPLINGTON|
|1939 - 1945 |
|E. BRADSHAW||H. HIGHFIELD|
|D. SNOWDEN||M. TURNBULL|
|W. VERGETTE |
Their Name Liveth Evermore
Plaque Number C45
Small brass plate:
TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN MEMORY OF CYRIL SISSONS THE LIGHTS ABOVE THE LECTERN AND THE PULPIT ARE DEDICATED SEPTEMBER 1981'
Plaque Number C46
ALL HALLOWS HARTHILL M.U.'
Plaque Number C47
East Window - St.George's Chapel:
"THE LORD IS KING FOR EVER & EVER"
On left panel 'SG' and 'AH'
Saint George' SPQR'
No inscription on centre panel
On right panel:
'ICXC' All Hallows.'
Plaque Number C48
Candlestick on altar:
PRESENTED BY' N.B. [See C50]
Plaque Number C49
Brass cross on altar:
PRESENTED BY THE MOTHERS UNION 1951
Plaque Number C50
Cantlestick: [See C48]
THE NEEDLE GUILD 1950
Plaque Number C51
Sculpture - St.George fighting the Dragon - no inscription
Plaque Number C52
IN MEMORY OF JOHN HENRY SKEPPER 1890 - 1965
Plaque Number C53
Stone tablet over door:
IN MEMORY OF Miss Elizabeth Wigginton the Daughter of Mr. Benjamin Wigginton of Kings Cliffe in the County of Northampton who died the 17th day of April 1809 aged 27 years
Nothing is worth a thought beneath But how we may escape the death That never never dies How to make our own election sure And when we fail on earth secure A mansion in the skies
Plaque Number C54
British Legion Flag.
HARTHILL WITH WOODALL BRANCH
Plaque Number C55
South Window, St.George's Chapel
Centrepiece: PAX IN BELLO
Base of window:
IN MEMORY OF GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK OSBORNE 6th DUKE OF LEEDS AGED 62. 10th JULY 1838.
Plaque Number C56
Brass plate, below window:
THIS CHAPEL IN MEMORY OF HARTHILL MEN WHO FELL IN THE WARS 1914 - 1918 AND 1939 - 1945 WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE FUNDS RAISED BY THE VILLAGE OF HARTHILL AT THEIR PAGEANT IN THE FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN YEAR 1951.
Plaque Number C57
THE DEDICATION of the WARRIORS CHAPEL of ST. GEORGE in memory of THE HARTHILL MEN WHO FELL IN THE TWO WORLD WARS 1914 - 1918 AND 1939 - 1945
|A. Allison||R. Jones|
|J. Baxter||A. Jones|
|W. Covell||F. Moseley|
|J.T.P. Ellis||E. Renshaw|
|G.H. Field||A.A. Smith|
|H. Gay||G. Waplington|
|1939 - 1945 |
|E. Bradshaw||W. Vergette|
|H. Highfield||M. Turnbull|
|D. Snowden |
SUNDAY 9th NOVEMBER 1952.
Plaque Number C58
Stained glass window next to St.George's Chapel on the South Wall of the building. Inscription beneath the picture in the middle window:
Written along the base of the window:
IN MEMORY OF CHARLOTTE DUCHESS DOWAGER of LEEDS AGED 80 YEARS AUGT 6 1856'
Plaque Number C59
Charity's Given to the poor of HARTHILL
|1660||Arthur Eyre Gave||5||0||0|
|1668||Mary Shipstone Wrd||5||0||0|
|1695||Mrs Jane Wright||5||0||0|
|1704||Jn. Simmonet Yeoman||10||0||0|
|1712||His Grace Duke of Leeds||40||0||0|
|1742||Mr Wm. Mills||5||0||0|
Plaque Number C60
Charitys Given to the poor of HARTHILL
|1754||Mr Jn. Lambert, Steward to his Grace the DUKE OF LEEDS||30||0||0|
|1812||Revd Jn. Hewitt [late rector]||30||0||0|
|1879||Revd George Alderson||200||0||0|
Plaque Number C61
Small work of art depicting Jesus' head in Gold - coloured embroidery beneath the donation boards on the South Wall of the building.
Inscription: In memory of Edith Annie Unwin, who died March 1973 aged 74 years. She cared for this church for 50 years.'
Plaque Number C62
Holders of the office of Rector of Harthill
|1239||Sir Peter Guido|
|1280||Sir Oliver de Wyset|
|1289||Sir Alan de Blydau|
|1320||Robert de Balne|
|1325||Thomas de Malmsebury|
|Sir William de Wath|
|1339||Sir Roger de Agomyne|
|1349||Sir Will Maudayt de Chaldebune|
|1361||Sir Elyas de Sutton|
|1397||Sir John Spryngot|
|Sir John Oreford|
|1420||Sir Robert Lyster|
|1429||Sir Richard Banester|
|1461||Sir Richard Manser|
|Unknown Rector died in 1504|
|1505||Sir Henry Awdeleyn|
|1518||George Stonley M.A.|
|1539||Sir Thomas Oles|
|Sir John Nycoll|
|1624||James Clayton M.A.|
|1639||Christopher Wallis M.A.|
|1665||Edward Carver M.A.|
|1695||John Hewett M.A.|
|1716||John Hewett Jnr A.M.|
|1757||John Hewett A.M.|
|1848||George Townsend Hudson|
|1891||Bertram Darley M.A.|
|1923||Phillip Egerton Boswell M.A.|
|1937||Hubert Rouse Everson B.A.|
|1949||George Dunsford Bame D.D. [Bishop]|
|1960||Wilfred T. Bryant M.A.|
|1972||William Ronald Godding B.Sc|
|1976||Charles Richardson A.K.C.|
|1980||William Anthony Stratford|
|1985||Kenneth E. Jones B.A.|
Plaque Number C63
Viewing the windows from the North Aisle:
East [left] Window in clerestory - 3 panels
Left panel: St. Andreas Centre panel: St. Georgius Right panel: St. Helena
Plaque Number C64
Centre window in clerestory - 3 panels
Left panel: Paulius Centre panel: Christus Right panel: Petrus
Plaque Number C65
West window [right] in clerestory - 3 panels
Left panel: St. Ethelfrida Centre panel: St. David Right panel: St. Partricius
Plaque Number C66
Flat gravestone - central aisle, near tower:
HERE LIES THE BODY OF MR RICHARD LAMBERT LATE PARK-KEEPER AT KIVETON TO HIS LATE GRACE THOMAS DUKE OF LEEDS AND AFTERWARDS TO THE RIGHT HON'BLE THE MARQUESS OF CARMARTHEN FOR 51 YEARS AND 4 MONTHS HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE SEP 11 1722 AGE 77
Plaque Number C67
Flat gravestone in St. George's Chapel:
HERE LYETH THE BODY OF MARY THE DAUGHTER OF RICHARD AND MARY MARSH WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 31ST DAY OF DECEMBER 1723 IN THE 2D YEAR OF HER AGE HERE LYETH THE BODY OF ELIZABETH THE DAUGHTER OF RICHARD AND MARY MARSH WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 29TH DAY OF JUNE 1731 IN THE FIRST YEAR OF HER AGE HERE LYETH THE BODY OF MR RICHARD MARSH WHO DEPART'D THIS LIFE JANUARY 19, 1748 AGED ?? IN Memory of Mr. Richard Marsh who died April the 22nd 1763, Aged 71.
Plaque Number C68
Flat gravestone in St. George's Chapel:
M[rs] JUDITH GRIFFIN Died [Aug] 6 175 Aged 61
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