Commencing from behind the Pulpit and moving clockwise 1. Tablet
In Memory of Lt. Colonel RICHARD FITZGERALD of the 2nd Life Guards, who fell in the XLIII year of his age in the field of Waterloo, and of GEORGIANA ISOBELLA SIMHA D’AGUILAR his widow, who died 11thDecember MDCCCXXL aged LXIII years. Her remains are deposited in the vault beneath.
Sacred to the dearly loved and honoured memory of LOUISA STEWARD HARCOURT, COUNTESS OF BEVERLEY, Daughter of the Hon. James Archibald Stuart Wortley Mackenzie; Wife of George Percy, Second Earl of Beverley, who became 5th Duke of Northumberland 17 years after her death. She was born 1779, died January 30th 1848 and is buried in the church in the vault of the Earls of Beverley.
Sacred to the memory of BENJAMIN BURTON ESQUIRE, of Pollerton in the County of Carlow and of Gloucester Place, Portman Square, second son of Sir Charles Burton, Bart. and Grandson of John, Lord Desert. Died January 3rd 1834, aged 43 Also
ANN GRACE, widow of the above, who died December 12th 1837, aged 42 Also
FRANCIS CONYNGHAM, fourth son of the above, who died December 7th 1837, aged 4 years 8 months.
ROBERT BENJAMIN LAWRENCE, son of the above. Died April 14th 1842, aged 18. buried at Kensal Green
To the memory of two brothers, the only sons of the late Stephen HAVEN Esquire and of Lydia, his wife. WILLIAM GORDON, departed this life on the 18th November 1809, aged 8 years 9 months.
CHARLES MACKINNON, died on the 14th April 1824 in the 21st year of his age.
In the family vault beneath this church are deposited the remains of EMMA CATHERINE BAMPFYLDE, only child of Sir George Warwick Bampfylde, Bart. And Dame Emma Penelope, his wife, who died on the 26th March 1825 aged 14 years.
To the Glory of God and in loving memory of MARGARITA VICTORIA GOODWIN, died 29th March 1953
7. Inscription beneath window.
In loving memory of SARAH MORTIMER, wife of Albert BARNES of York Terrace, Regents Park, who died 23rd August 1884. The gift of her husband.
To the memory of MRS ELIZABETH GERTRUDE BAYFIELD, wife of John Wolsey Bayfield, of the County of Norfolk, Gent. Who departed this life March 3rd 1832, aged 62 years. Her remains are interred in a vault under the church near this spot.
Sacred to the memory of JOHN MACCAMON ESQUIRE, late of Gloucester Place, in this Parish, who died on the XIII May MDCCCXVIII aged XLIX years. His mortal remains are interred in a vault beneath this church.
In loving memory of WILLIAM HENRY WHITE, M.A. M.D., Born 8th May 1849, died 22nd October 1926, also of SARAH ANNE his wife, born 17th June 1849 died 24th January 1926. Their remains lie in the crypt of this church.
Sacred to the Memory of JOHN COTTON ESQUIRE, late of the Bengal Civil Service, who died on the 18th June 1828 in the 63rd year of his age. His remains are deposited in a vault beneath this church.
To the Glory of God and in memory of JOHN REA CAMPBELL, died March 9th 1884
To the memory of JAMES CRUIKSHANK ESQUIRE of Ballards Valley, St. Mary’s in the Island of Jamaica, and of Gloucester Place, Portman Square. He died 25th November 1831 aged 70 years.
Sacred also to the memory of MARY DANSEY, only daughter of James Cruikshank Esquire and Mary, his wife. The wife of George Cornwallis DANSEY, Major in His Majesty’s Royal Regiment of Artillery, who died 14th February 1830 aged 33 years.
Sacred to the memory of LETTICE, second daughter of the late Thomas PATTEN of Banks Hall, Esquire, and Dorothea his wife, daughter of the late Peter Bold Esquire, both in the County Palatine of Lancaster. The above LETTICE PATTEN died Dec. 21st 1817 and is interred in a vault in this church.
WALLACE HOWARD DAVIS, Lieutenant Sherwood Foresters,
Fell fighting in the Great War July 1st 1917. With affection and pride he is remembered by his colleagues and friends – the Masters in the St Marylebone Central School.
In a vault beneath this church lie the remains of EDWARD RAVENSCROFT ESQUIRE, of Portland Place, who died Aug. 19th 1828. Descended from an ancient family in Cheshire, Also in remembrance of EMMA relict of Edward Ravenscroft Esquire, who died at 12 Portland Place on the 7th August 1848 in the 84th year of her age. Her remains are interred in the east vault beneath this church.
18. Inscription below window
In loving memory of JOHN BOYES who died 26th October 1884 in his 77th year.
In the vault beneath are deposited the remains of SIR JOHN SEWELL, late of Cumberland Street in this Parish, and of Wick Hill House, Berks, Knight. Doctor of Civil Law of Pembroke College Oxford and of the College of Advocates, London. Judge of the Vice Admiralty Court of Malta from its establishment until the year 1815. A Deputy Lieutenant of Berkshire; One of His Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the same County and for Middlesex. F.R.S., and F.S.A. It pleased Providence to terminate his useful and honourable life on the 15th January 1833 in the 67th year of his age.
This monument is erected as a humble tribute of gratitude and respect to the memory of SIR JAMES SIBBALD, BART. Whose remains are deposited with those of ELIZABETH his wife, in a vault in Mary-le-bone Churchyard. He died beloved and esteemed by all who knew him on the 17th September 1819 in the 77th year of his age.
To the Glory of God and in memory of JOHN WHITE, Lieutenant Commandeer Royal Navy.
Killed in action on the 23rd October 1916 while in command of H.M.S.GENISTA. This tablet is erected by officers and men his former shipmates in H.M.S. AFRICA.
Sacred to the memory of WILLIAM AND MARTHA JOACHIM who were for many years residents in this Parish, and whose beloved remains repose beneath a tomb in the Burial Ground on the South Side of Paddington Street. Also
MARTHA JOACHIM, Spinster, daughter of the above, whose remains are deposited in the same tomb.
Erected by all Ranks of the Queens Own Cameron Highlanders in the memory of their Founder Sir ALAN CAMERON OF Erracht, K.C.B. who was buried in the graveyard of this church 1827.
24. Inscription beneath window
This window is placed by John Ynyr Burges of Parkanaur in memory of his uncle SIR WILLIAM JOHNSTON, Bart, of Gilford, County Down and Bryanston Square, who rests in the vault below
Sacred to the memory of SOLOMON FRANCO ESQUIRE, who departed this life on 27th day of March 1825, aged 46 years and whose remains are deposited in a vault beneath this church. Also his wife, FRANCES FRANCO, who died in Paris on the 7th day of February 1845 aged 53 years. Also his sister, SARAH FRANCO, who died on the 6th August 1835 aged 66 years. Also FRANCIS FRANCO ESQUIRE, his relative, who died 1st February 1837, aged 83 years
Sacred to the memory of ELIZABETH MARY BOOTH, who departed this life on the 26th December 1820 aged 57 years.
27. Wooden Plaque. Forset Family
“These pewes vnscovd and tannin sunder to wit a valt for bvrial” there is which EDWARD FORSET made for him and his.
In memory of MRS MARTHA UDNY, widow of Robert Udny, formerly of Teddington, Esquire. Sub-Governess of her late Royal Highness the Princess Charlotte of Wales. In the midst of jarring interests she secured the respect and affection of her Royal pupil and the approbation of His Majesty. She was born in 1761 and died 1st September 1831 aged 70 years, and lies interred in the vaults of this church.
29. Inscription beneath window
In loving memory of EMMA wife of Loombe Culham BROOKE, who died 24th October 1876
The gift of her husband.
30. Tablet Beneath
In loving memory of LOOMBE CULHAM BROOKE, born 23rd July 1847 died 3rd February 1924
Sacred to the memory of REBECCA PHIPPS, the beloved wife of HENRY MORETON-DYER ESQUIRE, of this Parish, who died on the 12th August 1830, and whose mortal remains are deposited in the family vault beneath this church.
In memory of HENRY OSCAR PALMER, eldest son of HENRY JAMES and HARIET MATILDA PALMER of this Parish. He died at Bloemfontein on the 27th May 1900 in the South Africa Campaign, aged 23 years.
In memory of the REVEREND ALEXANDER CROMBIE, LLD, FRS, of York Terrace, Regents Park and Pheado, Kincardineshire, who departed this life on the 11th day of June 1840, aged 78 years.
To the memory of RICHARD COSWAY ESQUIRE, Principal Painter to His Royal Highness, George, Prince of Wales. He died July 1821 aged 80 years. His widow Martha Cosway erects this memorial.
Sacred to the much respected memory of WILLIAM FAIRLIE ESQUIRE, formerly of Calcutta who departed this life on the 19th June 1825, aged 72 years, and also of MARGARET, wife of the above WILLIAM FAIRLIE ESQUIRE, who died 2nd March 1845, aged 64 years.
DAVID CLARK ESQUIRE, late of Calcutta, born 20th November 1779, died 18th June 1838. This tablet is erected by a few of his many friends to perpetuate the remembrance and liberal munificence displayed during a long residence in India, and by the desire of his relatives the name of his brother is also inscribed on the tablet.
JOHN CLARK ESQUIRE, late of Jamaica, born 16th November 1778, died 14th Feb. 1814
To the memory of THE REVEREND DOCTOR JOHN VARDILL, obit Jan. 16th 1811 Aetat 60. Rector of Skirbeck and Fishtoft, Lincolnshire. First and Last Regius Professor of Divinity in King’s College, New York, where, like his distinguished ancestor Sir John Wardell of Wharfdale, he sacrificed his inheritance to public spirit which his vigorous genius diffused and his benign philanthropy ennobled.
Sacred to the memory of URBAN VIGORS ESQUIRE, Lieutenant General in the Honourable East India Company’s Service. He died April 10th 1815 aged 68 years.
Sacred to the memory of WILLIAM HUMPHREY, son of the Reverend William Green and Frances HUMPHREY, who departed this life 9th Feb. 1839 aged 82 years. His mortal remains are interred in St. Marylebone Burial Ground.
In a family vault beneath this church are interred the mortal remains of THOMAS WARRE ESQUIRE, who died on the 31stt July 1821 in the 73rd year of his age. This tablet is also sacred to the memory of ASHLEY GEORGE WARRE, third son of John Ashley and Florence Catherine WARRE, who died 3rd March 1893 in the 4th year of his age and is interred in the same vault.
Sacred to the memory of CLAUD RUSSELL ESQUIRE, formerly Member in the Government of Fort St. George in the East Indies. Died on 17th April 1820. He was born in Edinburgh 18th October 1733. His remains are deposited in a vault beneath this spot.
Sacred to the memore of LOUISA relict of GEORGE LITTLE ESQUIRE, of Amagh in the County of Longford, Ireland. Youngest daughter of the late William Hornby Esquire of the Hook, Hampshire and Portman Square, London, who departed this life on the 8th May 1834 aged 63.
Also to the memory of JOHN HORNBY LITTLE third son of the above who was taken from this world after much suffering on the 29th December 1829 aged 33 years.
To the memory of BENJAMIN OAKLEY Junior, son of Benjamin OAKLEY of Tavistock Square, who died 21st Nov. 1815 aged 17 years. He was interred in the church of Tooting Graveney in the county of Surrey, removed thence by a faculty from the Bishop of Winchester and deposited in the family vault beneath this monument on the 15th Feb. 1817. Also of
FANNY OAKLEY, who died on the 10th Feb. 1817 aged 11 years. Also of
BENJAMIN OAKLEY, father of the above, aged 77 years. Born at Weobley, Herefordshire and died in Sloane Street Apl. 19th 1844. Also of –
HANNAH MARCY ANN OAKLEY, relict of the above, who died Jan. 20th 1847, aged 73 years.
In memory of LIEUTENANT GENERAL JOHN GORDON, Hon. East India Company’s Service. Eldest son of the Hon. Colonel Gordon of Aboyne. Died 26th Dec. 1832, aged 62 years.
In this church was solemnised the marriage of ROBERT BROWNING AND ELIZABETH BARRETT 12th September 1846
The mortal remains of ISABEL wife of John HARDY Esquire, Member of Parliament for the Borough of Bradford, are deposited in a catacomb under this church. She died Jan. 11th 1834 aged 51, leaving her husband, 3 sons and 8 surviving daughters to lament the loss of a beloved wife and exemplary mother
Sacred to the memory of THE HONORABLE ELLEN MARY, the affectionate and beloved wife of Captain Edward Charles FLETCHER of the 1st Life Guards, and the youngest daughter of John Lord Teignmouth, who died a few days after giving birth to her third child, on 17th day of January 1835, aged 31 years. Her mortal remains are deposited beside those of her parents in a private vault beneath this church.
Also to the memory of THE REVEREND ROBERT ANDERSON, Born Apl. 29th 1792, died Mch 22nd 1843, aged 50. He married the Hon Caroline D. Shore, third daughter of John, Lord Teignmouth.
Sacred to the memory of COLONEL HUGH HENRY MITCHELL, Of the 51st Regiment of Foot. He was the son of Hugh Henry Mitchell Esquire of County of Cork. Married 3rd July 1804 Lady Hariet Isabella Elizabeth Somerset, daughter of the 5th Duke of Beaufort, and departed this life Apl. 20th 1817 in the 47th year of his age.
Sacred to the memory of JOHN LORD TEIGNMOUTH, President of the British and Foreign Bible Society from its formation to his death, a period of 30 years, and formerly Governor General of India, who died aged 82 years on the 1st Feb. 1834, and of his beloved and affectionate wife CHARLOTTE, LADY TEIGNMOUTH who died aged 73 years on the 13th July of the same year.
Their mortal remains are deposited in a private vault beneath this church.
Sacred also to the memory of their children who departed this life before them CAROLINE ISABELLA and EMILY, who died in their infancy 1793, and whose remains are buried under the church of OTTERY ST.MARY in the county of Devon, and of CAPTAIN THE HONOURABLE HENRY DUNDAS SHORE, formerly Lieutenant of His Majesty’s 4th Regiment of Dragoon Guards, who died in the South of France whither he had repaired for the restoration of his health shattered by an eastern climate, on the 28th April 1828 aged 26 years. A monument to his memory is erected over his grave in the Protestant Cemetery of Lourmarin in the Department of Vaucluse.
In a vault near this place are deposited the remains of CHARLOTTE COUNTESS OF BEAUCHAMP, only daughter of John, 1st Earl of Clonmell, who departed this life 26th April 1846 in the 58th year of her age.
JOHN REGINALD PINDAR, 3rdEARL OF BEAUCHAMP, husband of the above, born at Madresfield Court, Worcester, 22nd Nov. 1783, died 22nd Jan. 1853 in the 70th year of his age.
Near this place are deposited the remains of MARGARET, COUNTESS OF CLONMELL, relict of John, Earl of Clonmell, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland. She expired on the 5th day of November in the year of our Lord 1829, in the 67th year of her age.
Sacred to the memory of ROBERT POWNEY ESQUIRE, who departed this life 15th Oct. 1817 aged 62 years. His remains are deposited in a vault beneath.
In memory of WILLIAM DOUGLAS MORRISON, Rector of St. Marylebone 1908-1942. Died 13th Dec. 1943 and his dearly loved wife ALICE MORRISON, died 4th May 1957
Sacred to the memory of JOHN BEBB ESQUIRE, of Gloucester Place, Portman Square, and Donnington Grove, Berkshire, who died 27th Sept. 1830 in the 76th year of his age. Near this he rests. Also of JANET LAURENCE BEBB, widow of the above, who died 7th April 1850, in the 85th year of her age.
55. Inscription beneath window
In loving memory of ROBERT STANLEY MANSEL who died in the Parish, Mch. 15th 1881 aged 54 years
Sacred to the memory of JOSEPH FERNANDEZ MADRID, Envoy Extraordinary and minister Plenipotentiary from the republic of Colombia to his Britannic Majesty. Born Feb. 21st 1789 died June 28th 1830
Underneath are deposited the remains of MAJOR ARTHUR BALFOUR, Born at Balingry in Fifeshire 1752, dd 14th Nov. 1817. At a very early age he entered in the service of the East India Company in Bengal. Highly respected and beloved by all who knew him he left this world most sincerely lamented by his relations and numerous friends.
In loving memory of Lieutenant GERALD DAVID LOMAX, 3rd Welch Regiment, who was mortally wounded on May 9th 1915 when fighting for his country at Fromelles with the 2nd Berkshire Regiment. He died on May 10th on a Hospital barge on the Lys and lies buried in the cemetery at Eszaires.
In loving memory of PETER FRANCIS NAPIER LOMAX, Pilot Officer in the Royal Air Force. Killed on active service on 24th February 1940 at the age of 19 years.
Sacred to the memory of CLEMENTINA, wife of Vice Admiral Sir Pulteney MALCOLM, C.B. and daughter of the Hon. William Fullerton Elphinstone. Born 14th April 1775, died 19th Nov. 1830
In memory of EDWARD LAMBERT of York Terrance, Regents Park, who died on the 4th Mch. 1884, the gift of his widow Ann Alderson Lambert.
In memory of ISABELLA MARY wife of John FAIRLIE Esquire, born 17th Mch.1807 died 23rd January 1830.
JOHN Infant son of John and Isabella FAIRLIE, born 9th Feb. 1828 died 3rd Jan. 1892
JOHN CANTERBURY, infant son of John and Isabella FAIRLIE, born 11th Nov. 1832, died 31 Jan. 1843
LOUISA, second wife of John FAIRLIE Esquire, born 3rd Oct. 1809, died 2nd April 1843.
Sacred to the memory of BENJAMIN HOWTON ESQUIRE, upwards of 60 years a resident of this Parish, who departed this life on the 11th March 1819 in the 81st year of his age. His remains are deposited in a vault beneath.
In memory of J.CHALMERS BROWN, M.B.C.N., who died December 24th 1900. Erected by his friends and patients.
Sacred to the memory of ANNA MARIA, wife of George CARRINGTON Esquire, of Missenden Abbey in the County of Bucks. Obit 19th August 1829.
To the Glory of God this window was placed here by the members of the St. Marylebone Guild 1885.
Sacred to the memory of EDMUND ALEXANDER HOWARD ESQUIRE, son of the late Gerrard HOWARD Esquire of Frognall Hall, Hampstead. A Magistrate and Deputy Lieutenant for the County and a relative of the 10th Duke of Norfolk, who died at his house in York Place, Portman Square on the 11th March 1827, aged 60. Also of HENRIETTA CHARLOTTE HOWARD, relict of the above, who died at her house in York Place, Portman Square, on the 27th September 1847, aged 69.
Their remains are in a vault in this church.
Sacred to the memory of SIR WILLIAM FRASER, F.S.R. one of the Elder Brethren of Trinity House and formerly commander in the Hon. East India Company’s Naval Service. He departed this life at his house in Bedford Square on the 13th February 1818 in the 78th year of his age, leaving a widow with 3 sons and 11 daughters.
Sacred to the memory of Lt. GENERAL WILLIAM ST. LEGER, who commenced his military life at the age of 16 years in the 17th Light Dragoons then serving in America. He highly distinguished himself by his gallantry in that and other regiments. He also served during a long and honourable career to the latest period of his health, in Europe and Asia, and after a life of unremitting exertion in the service of his country departed this life on the 28th March 1818 in the 58th year of his age.
(Note. He is buried in a vault beneath the church)
This tablet is placed as a tribute of love to the dear memory of CONSTANCE AUGUSTA MEREDYTH of this City, aged 42, who entered into the Kingdom of God on August 15th A.D. 1912
Erected to the memory of GILBERT HALL ESQUIRE, a native of Edinburgh, formerly a Surgeon of the service of the Hon. East India Company at Calcutta, but late of Manchester Street, Manchester Square. He died on the 20th March 1820 aged 58 years, and is interred in the vault of this church.
Sacred to the memory of EDWARD TERRENCE HEARD ESQUIRE, Lieutenant Royal Flying Corps, formerly of 2nd Kind Edward’s Horse Guards who fought in the Great war from 1914 and made the supreme sacrifice while flying on service 17th May 1918.
In memory of WALPOLE EYRE GREENWELL OF St. Marylebone, whose body rests in the cemetery at East Finchley. Born 14th November 1819, died 13th March 1897.
In memory of JOHN WILLIAM LEONARD ESQUIRE, C.M.G. OF York Terrace, N.W. born 12th June 1832 died 15th November 1910.
Sacred to the memory of RACHEL, wife of Colonel L.B. TAYLOR. Obit 31st March 1814, aged 40 years. This tablet is erected by her affectionate husband.
76. Frontal Chest
This frontal Chest was given by the “Friends” of this church in memory of their Founder J.B.HARINGTON EVANS, RECTOR 1954-1958
77. CHOIR STALLS Tablet behind Pulpit.
To the Glory of God and in loving memory of 2nd LIEUTENANT GEOFREY PEARCE, Second Royal Warwick Regiment. Killed in action 18th December 1914, aged 25. Sidesman of this church. Commissioned in France from the Artists Rifles at the outbreak of war. An example beyond price.
78. Brass Tablet fixed behind seat.
In loving memory of HENRY BAILEY, who for 28 years was Baritone Soloist in this church. Died August 1918
79. Choir Stalls behind Lectern. Tablet
This tablet was erected by public subscription in loving memory of WILLIAM HODGE, sometime Precentor and Organist of this church and Sub-Organist of St. Paul’s Cathedral. In token of his high character and musical attainments, who died July 15th 1895 aged 33years. A prize called “The Hodge Memorial Prize” was also established at the same time, Jan. 18th 1896.
To the memory of RONALD TOMBLIN, born 14th November 1882, died 3rd September 1951.
Chorister Organist and Precentor of this church 1892-1942
Sacred to memory of THOMAS ALEXANDER OAKES ESQUIRE, who departed this life in Hinde Street on 12th September 1840 in the 54th year of his age, and lies interred in a vault beneath old St. Marylebone Church.
MARIA MACKENZIE vidva faemina irreprehensa matrum tenerissima provecta aetate obiit Feb. XVIII A.D. MDCCCXXI
Within these walls lie the remains of DAVID CARRUTHERS ESQUIRE of this Parish. A representative in Parliament for the town of Kingston upon Hull, who died 9th June 1835 aged 55 years
Sacred also to the memory of MARY CARRUTHERS, relict of the above, who died 20th January 1845 aged 65 years.
Sacred to the memory of The REVEREND GEORGE AUGUSTUS THURSBY, who died at his house in Wimpole Street, January 17th 1836, aged 64 years.
Sacred to the memory of GENERAL ROBERT MORSE, died 28th Jam. 1818 aged 75.
Also to his beloved wife SOPHIA, daughter of Peter Godin Esquire of Southgate, who died 11th January 1818 aged 68 years.
Sacred to the memory of HENRY BARRE BERESFORD, of Learmount, County Londonderry, son of the Rt. Hon John Beresford, who departed this life 15th Dec. 1837, in the 52nd year of his age.
Also ANN JANE, daughter of the above, who died in Baker Street, December 18th 1822, aged 11 years.
87. Inscription beneath window.
In Memory of EMMA WILD BURGOYNE, taken to her rest Christmas Eve 1881.
88. In loving memory of ROBERT BURGOYNE, who died July 16th 1911.
89. Tablet resting against pews.
To the memory of SAMUEL LETTS, who died 13th June 1906. This tablet is placed in the church in memory of a faithful servant of God, who was scripture reader for 50 years in this Parish, and who ministered to the poor in all their troubles and sorrow and was much beloved by them.
Sacred to the memory of MARY SWINNEY, spinster, who died on 11th July 1826, aged 54 years and buried in the vault of this church. Also in memory of FRANCIS SWINNEY of Hyde Street, Bloomsbury, who died 18th August 1837, aged 68 years, and buried in a vault of this church.
In memory of JAMES BISHOP ESQUIRE, who departed this life 18th June 1836, aged 54 years. Also EMILY BISHOP, wife of the above, who departed this life 15th May 1837, in the 45th year of her age.
In the vault of this church are deposited the remains of EDWARD PELHAM BRENTON ESQUIRE, a captain in the Royal Navy, Historian of the Naval Service in Great Britain. He established the Children’s Friend Society. Died on the 6th April 1839. The remains also of his beloved wife MARGARETTA DIANA BRENTON repose by his side. She died 6th November 1843, aged 74.
93. Inscription beneath window.
To the Glory of God and in memory of FRANCIS BLACKBURN GRIFFIN AND EMILY STEPHENSON GRIFFIN this window is dedicated by their sister.
Sacred to the memory of SARAH, wife of JOHN MORRIS ESQUIRE, who departed this life October 1st 1831 in the 59th year of her age.
Sacred to the memory of ALEXANDER GEORGE MACKAY ESQUIRE of this Parish and of Boythorpe Hall in the County of Norfolk, who expired 25th July 1827 in the 63rd year of his age.
Sacred to the memory of JAMES SUTHERLAND ESQUIRE formerly of Bombay, who departed this life 3rd December 1828 in the 80th year of his age. His remains are deposited in a vault beneath this church.
Sacred to the memory of JOHN MORRIS ESQUIRE of Baket Street, Portman Suare, formerly of the Bombay Civil Service and Director of the East India Company, born 16th Aug. 1765 died at Leamington, Warwick, on 27th July 1840.
Sacred to the memory of VICE-ADMIRAL SIR JOHN FREMAYNE RODD, who died on the 4th Oct. 1838
In this church are deposited the remains of the RT. HON. SIR ROBERT DALLAS, late Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, who departed this life Dec. 25th 1824, aged 70, and of JUSTINA his wife, who died Dec. 1st 1847, aged 72 years.
To the loved memory of ARTHUR JAMES CALDWELL, whose earthly remains are deposited below. He was late Captain in Her Majesty’s 2nd Dragoon Guards, and only son of Major General Sir James L. Caldwell. He died on the 11th June 1843, aged 44.
Sacred to the memory of STEPHEN CLEASBY ESQUIRE of Cornwall Terrace in this Parish.
Also of MARY his wife, who died 8th December 1841 aged 73 years. Their remains are placed in one of the vaults in the churchyards of Old St. Marylebone Church
Sacred to the memory of FANNY ELIZABETH CARRUTHERS, second daughter of the late David and Mary Carruthers of 5, Cornwall Terrace, Regents Park, of this Parish, who departed this life 9th October 1845 aged 26 years. Her remains are deposited in the vaults beneath this church.
(See also No. 83).
Sacred to the memory of HENRY MORETON DYER ESQUIRE who died 16th May 1841 in the 61st year of his age, and whose mortal remains are deposited in the family vault under this church.
Sacred to the memory of EMMA MARIA wife of Henry SHANK Esquire, of Castlerigg, County Fife, who died at Hastings 5th August 1835, also their daughter DIANA HENRIETTA, who departed this life in Gloucester Place, Portman Square on the 1st March 1836 in the 23rd year of her age. Their remains are deposited in the vault beneath this church. Also of the above named HENERY SHANK, who died at his residence 62 Gloucester Place, on the 4th Jan. 1860 aged 82.
105. Tablet resting against pews.
In memory of SARAH OLIVER for many years a worshipper in this church. This tablet is erected near the place where she used to sit. She died Sep. 15th 1903 aged 65 years.
Sacred to the memory of COLONEL THOMAS MATHIAS WEGELIN of the Honourable East India Company’s Service, Bengal Establishment, who departed this life on the 23rd May 1828 aged 64 years, and whose mortal remains are deposited in a private vault beneath this church, wherein also lie those of GEORGE ST. CLAIR, third son of the above, who died 4th March 1829 in the 8th year of his age.
107. Sacred to the memory of GEORGE WEGELIN ESQUIRE, brother of Col. Thomas Mathias Wegelin, who died 1st April 1858, aged 91 years. His remains are deposited in vault No. 6808 in the Highgate Cemetery.
In a vault beneath are deposited the mortal remains of HENRIETTA, eldest daughter of James Fisher Esquire of Gt. Yarmouth and relict of James Rivett CARNAC Esquire of Derby, Member of Council of Bombay from 1796 to the period of his death 1802. She died on the 23rd day of December 1837 aged 72 years.
109. Inscription beneath window.
This window is placed to the memory of HENRY TAYLOR of 2, York Gate in this Parish, by his son and daughter, in loving remembrance of a good father. He died 5th July 1886 aged 82 years.
Sacred to the memory of DAVID LYON ESQUIRE, whose remains are deposited in a vault beneath this church. Born 5th August 1754, died 26th June 1827. 1110A. Campbell (Bunkers Hill)
Sacred to the memory of ROBERT FULLERTON ESQUIRE, late Governor of Prince of Wales Island. Died 6th June 1831 aged 38 years and is interred in a vault beneath this church. Also of HARRIET, wife of Robert FULLERTON Esquire, who died on Prince of Wales Island 30th June 1850.
112. Inscription beneath window
In ever-loving memory of JOHN YOUNGE FULLERTON ESQUIRE, late Madras Police and previously 16th Queen’s Lancers. Passed away at Hove May 4th 1904.
113. Inscription beneath
To the Glory of God and in loving memory of SUTTON SPENCER SHARPE of 2 Ryder Street, St. James, the beloved elder son of Sutton and Louisa Sharpe. Born Dec. 22nd 1864, died Jan. 15th 1910.
Sacred to the memory of JANE, LADY STAUNTON, relict of Sir George STAUNTON, Bart, of Cargin in the County of Galway, Ireland and eldest daughter of the late Benjamin Collins Esquire of Milford, Nr. Salisbury, by his second wife Mary, daughter of John Cooper Esquire of that city She died 16th June 1823 in the 71st year of her age and was buried on the 24th of the same month in a vault of this church.
Sacred to the memory of AUGUSTA ELIZABETH, wife of John KIRKLAND Jnr. Esquire, of Baker Street, Portman Square, and eldest daughter of Major General I A Vesey. She died 5th August 1824 in the 25th year of her age.
In memory also of CHARLOTTE FRANCES, 4th daughter of Major General I. A. VESEY( he died in Sicily 2nd Dec. 1811) who died 3rd July 1824 aged 18 years, and of MARGARET, youngest daughter of John KIRKLAND Esquire of Glasgow, She died in London 26th Feb. 1823 aged 15 years.
In memory also of EDWARD AGMONDISHAM VESEY ESQUIRE of H.M. Treasury, only son of Major General I.A. VESEY, who died 13th Oct. 1830, aged 23 years.
116. Tablet.M.=H.hhh In memory of Captain CHARLES ELPHINSTONE R.N. son of the Hon. William Fullerton ELPHINSTONE. He was lost in H.M.S. Blenheim 1807 in the 27th year of his age.
Also of ELIZABETH ELPHINSTONE, his sister, who died 30th October 1802 in the 19th year of her age.
UPPER GALLERY 117. Tablet
In memory of BUXTON KENRICK ESQUIRE, formerly of Alwalton, Hants, who died 23rd Nov. 1832, aged 63.
In memory of CHARLES CELARIUS FITZGERALD ESQUIRE, an amiable and affectionate youth, who departed this life Jan. 14th 1822, aged 18 years.
ENTRANCE WEST DOOR 119. Tablet facing door
Sacred to the memory of HENERIETTA PEACH late of Crawford Street, widow of John Peach Esquire formerly of the East India Company’s Civil Service in Bengal, and daughter of Simeon Boileau Esquire of Dublin. Born in Dublin 31st Oct. 1753, died London 31st March 1838.
120. Tablet Next to door
In a family vault beneath this church lie WILLIAM HENRY CAVENDISH BENTINCK, Marquis of Titchfield, died March 4th 1824, buried March 13th.
LADY CAROLINE BENTINCK, died Jan. 23rd 1828 buried February 12th.
HENRIETTA SCOTT, DUCHESS OF PORTLAND, died Apl. 28th 1844 buried May 9th
LORD WILLIAM GEORGE FREDERICK CAVENDISH BENTINCK, died Sep. 21st, 1848, buried Sep. 29th.
STAIRS EAST SIDE
In a family vault beneath this church lie
WILLIAM HENRY CAVENDISH BENTINCK, 3rd DUKE OF PORTLAND ,died Oct.30th 1809,buried Nov. 9th
DOROTHY, SUCHESS OF PORTLAND, wife of William Henry Cavendish Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland,
died June 3rd 1794, buried June 14th.
GEORGIANA AUGUSTA FREDERICA, wife of Lord William Charles Cavendish Bentinck, died. Dec. 10th
1813, buried Dec. 17th.
LORD WILLIAM CHARLES CAVENDISH BENTINCK, died Apl. 28th 1826, buried May 3rd
LORD WILLIAM HENRY CAVNEDICH BENTINCK, died June 17th 1839, buried June 26th.
MARY, wife of Lord William Henry Cavendish Bentinck, died May 1st, 1843, buried May 16th.
122. In memory of COMMODORE WALTER BATHURST, R.N. of York Place, in this Parish, died 21st Oct. 1827, from the effect of a mortal wound received in action in command of H.M.S. GENOA, in the action in the Harbours of Navarino,, in the 68th year of his age.
Also of MARIANNE BATHURST his widow, for 50 years a most respected inhabitant of this Parish, died Feb. 27th 1858, aged 75.
Sacred to the memory of JOHN REGINALD PINDAR, 3rd EARL OF BEAUCHAMP of Madresfield Court, Viscount Elmley and Baron Beauchamp of Powicke in the County of Worcester, died Jan. 22nd 1853, aged 69 years.
In this place lyeth the body of MRS ANN LLOYD, widow of William LLOYD Esquire, late of the Parish of St. James, Westminster, Gentleman. She died March 9th 1767 aged 70 years.
Here lies the body of LADY MARY WEST, wife of the Hon. George WEST, and daughter of the 4th Earl of Stamford. She died March 1st 1783, aged 43.
WEST STAIRCASE126. Left of Tablet
In this vault neere this monument lyeth the body of ELIZABETH ROBERTS, the wife of Thomas Roberts Esq., son and heire of Sir Walter Roberts of Glassenbury in the County of Kent, Kt. & Barronett, by whom she had issue two sons and one daughter. \she was the only daughter and heire of Sir Mathew Howland of Stratton in the County of Surrey, Kt. By Dame Frances, daughter of Edward Farsett Esq., Lord of this Manor. She secondly married Humphrey Scott of Hawkhurst in the County of Kent, Esq., by whom she had 3 sons & 2 daughters. She lived desird and dyed lamented on the leaventh of December A.D. 1658.
Right of Tablet.
In the vault neere this momument lyeth interred the body of DAME FRANCES HOWLAND the Mother of the said Elizabeth Scott and relict of Sir Mathew Howland of Stretham in the County of Surrey, Kt. One of the daughters of Edward Forcett of Maribone in the County of Middle. Esq., who departed this life at Stepney the third day of May in the yeare of our Lord 1668 and about the seventy seaventh yeare of her age.
“For whose pious memory the Lady Howland her loving Mother erected this monument and intendes to be here also buried.”
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127. Sacred to the Memory of CAROLINE WATSON, engraver to her Majesty, who died the 9th June 1814, aged 54.
128. To the Memory of ROBERT JOHN CREWS LAWRENCE ESQUIRE, late of Montagu Square in this Parish, who departed this life at Pisa in Italy on the 12th May 1838 in the 42nd year of his age.
129. Sacred to the Memory of MARTHA wife of the late JOHN DYMOKE Esq., the King’s Champion, of Scrivelsby Court in the County of Lincoln, who sied August 9th 1811 aged 77. Her remains are deposited in the dormitory of this Church.
130. Near this place are deposited the remains of SIGNOR GUISEPPE BARETTI, a native of Piedmont in Italy. Secretary for Foreign Correspondence to the Royal Academy of Arts of London. Author of several esteemed works in his own and the languages of France and of England (over the inscription is a marble bas-relief of the head of the above, and signed “T. Banks, R.A. SCULP.”)
131. Near this place lye the remains of PETER OLIVER M.D., son of the Honble Andrew Oliver, late of Boston, New England, who died April 6th 1795, aged 45 years.
132. Sacred to the Memory of MARY CURTIS wife of John Curtis of Manchester Square ob; Nov. 20th. 1794, Aetat 33.
133. In Memory of a life devoted to the study of Musical Science and shorten’d by unremitted application & anxiety in the attainment of its object this marble is inscribed with the name of STEPHEN STORACE. He died March 16th 1796 aged 34 and is interred under the Church.
134. Underneath lye the remains of JAMES GIBBS Esq., whose skill in architecture appears by his Printed Works as well as the buildings directed by him. Among other Legacys and Charitys he left One hundred Pounds towards enlarging this Church. He died August 5th 1754 aged 71.
135. In a vault are deposited the mortal remains of RICHARD THOMAS GOODWIN Esq., late of the Civil Service of the Hon: East India Company. Member of Council at Bombay. He died on the 15th February 1836 in the 55th year of his age.
136. Sacred to the Memory of CHARLES BRIETZCKE, Esq. Late of the Secretary of State’s Office, who died June 5th A.D. 1795, Aetat 57.
Also, to the Memory of his Second Son Lieutenant CHARLES WARE BRIETZCKE, of H.M.S. Hannibal, who survived his Father but a few moths, having fallen a Victim to the Ravages of the Yellow Fever in the West Indies, October A.D. 1795, Aetat 20.
137. In memory of JOHN PURLING Esquire, late of this Parish, who departed this life on the 28th Day of August 1800 in the 74th year of his age and lies interred in one of the vaults in this Church.
138. Sacred to the Memory of MRS. JANETTE TAHOURDIN wife of Peter Tahourdin of Argyle Street, Gent., who suddenly departed this life on 12th day of June 1800, in the 35th year of her age.
STAIRCASE FROM EAST ENTRANCE TO EAST ORGAN LOFT 139. Tablet (behind built-in cupboard – only legible if cupboard is ever moved.)
140. Tablet (on staircase)
Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant General ROBERT NICHOLSON of the Honble. East India Company Service at Bombay. Departed this life 3rd July 1821 in the 75th year of his life. (Then follows a verse). Also to the memory of JUDITH NICHOLSON relict of the above who departed this life September 14th 1841 age 80 years. This monument was erected by his nephew, Alexander Nicholson Esq. of His Majesty’s 2nd Regiment of Life Guards.
141. Tablet (at top of staircase)
In a vault beneath are deposited the remains of LETITIA widow of Lt. General the Honble. Edward STOPFORD who departed this life Feby 5th 1841, aged 85 years. This monument is erected as an humble tribute of respect to the memory of a much-loved mother, who was endeared to her family, and a large circle of friends, by the many virtues that adorned her character. Affectionate and benevolent, she was ever ready to succour those in distress, indulgent towards others, her own failings “leaned to virtue’s side” and she was an Isrealite indeed in whom was no guile. Full of years – faith and love, she sweetly fell asleep, look for that blessed hope and the glorious appearing of the Great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ.