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SOUTH AISLE MEMORIALS

I haven't been able to get access to the memorials in this area. Therefore, the details listed here are from a memorial card index at Leicestershire Record Office. Further additions are from historian John Nichols's basic listing of 1800.

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Sileby St Mary : Location of the South Aisle Memorials

 

SA1

HERE

lies ye Body of Robert ye Son of

Robert and Elizabeth Bird

who departed this Life

February the 25th 1750

Aged 5 months

SA2

Here

lieth the Body of ANN

the Daughter of

ROBERT BIRD. GENT

by Elizabeth his wife

Who departed this Life

January the 15th 1748

Aged 18 Months

 

Beneath this little length of Stone

In Peace a Child is laid

How soon cut off ! Just seen and known

Just blooming and decay'd

Thy Parents' Joy, their chiefest care

Rest in thy Urn secure

They only know the Grief they hear

For they alone endure :

In Death secur'd, from Woes retir'd

In Innocence now rest

What made thee here to be admir'd

In Heav'n now makes thee Blest

SA3

Here lieth the Body

of Mrs Catherine Collingwood

late wife to Henry

Collingwood now living

in Quarndon Esq and

Daughter of George Morton

late of Quarndon Esqr

next interr'd ...She departed

this life the 18 day of

March Anno Domini

1709[/]10 in the 23th Year

of her age

SA4

In memory of

WILLIAM PARIS

who died March 6th 1810 Aged 63

 

ALSO SERENA wife of the above

who died Sepr 1798 Aged 48

 

Also ELIZABETH their Daughter

who died March 1851 Aged 71

 

"He will raise us up and we shall live in

His sight"

SA5

MEMENTO MORI

 

HERE

lieth the Body of Mrs

BARBARA SPENCE

Daughter of the late Rev. Abraham Spence

Rect of MARKET BOSWORTH

who departed this Life

Novr the 25th An. Dom

1734 ..Aged 71

 

Willm Charles ..Sculpt

SA6

 

HERE LIETH INTERRED

THE BODY OF

JOHN MORTON, ESQ

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE

IN AUGUST,

IN THE 4[..] YEAR OF HIS AGE

A.D. 1670

Details in RED added from John Nichols

in his 'History of Leicestershire', Vol III (1800) p424

SA7

Here lieth the body of

Mrs Catharine Parkyns, fpinfter

1670

NOTE : Mrs ?  Details in RED added from John Nichols

in his 'History of Leicestershire', Vol III (1800) p424

SA8

Here lieth the body of

John Shaw, gent

who died Nov. the 8th 1708

Details in RED added from John Nichols

in his 'History of Leicestershire', Vol III (1800) p424

SA9

Here lieth interred the body of

Henry Dyfon

Who departed this Life

the 29th day of April,

in the 43d year of his age

A.D. 1714

Details in RED added from John Nichols

in his 'History of Leicestershire', Vol III (1800) p424

SA10

Here lieth Mary,

daughter of Thomas Herrick,

of the borough of Leicefter, gent.

by Martha his wife,

who died Jan. 29 1721

Details in RED added from John Nichols

in his 'History of Leicestershire', Vol III (1800) p424

SA11

 

Here lieth the body of

Thomas King of Sileby, gent,

who departed this life

July the 12th,

anno aetatis 69,

annoque Domini 1712

Details in RED added from John Nichols

in his 'History of Leicestershire', Vol III (1800) p424

SA12

Here lie the remains of

Thomas King, esq

who died the 5th day of October, 1780

aged 46

 

Here alfo lieth the body of

Elizabeth King

relict of Thomas King, and daughter of

William Ofwin of Coffington, gent.

She departed this Life

January 23, 1734

Aged 62

Details in RED added from John Nichols

in his 'History of Leicestershire', Vol III (1800) p424

SA13

 

Here lieth the body of

John Chamberlain,

the hufband of Jane Chamberlain,

who departed this life

the 28th day of Auguft

in the 77th year of his age,

and of our Lord 1707

 

Here lies the body of

Jane, the wife of

John Chamberlain, aforefaid,

Who departed this Life

May 17, 1715,

Aged 67

Details in RED added from John Nichols

in his 'History of Leicestershire', Vol III (1800) p424

SA14

Here lieth interred the body of

John Chamberlain

who departed this Life

May the 20th,

in the year of our Lord 1754

aged 53 years

Details in RED added from John Nichols

in his 'History of Leicestershire', Vol III (1800) p424

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