St Mary & All Saints's Church, Lambourne

Church Details


Visited
28/06/2017
Locking Status
Locked - keyholder details available
Built
C12 (nave); C13 (chancel); C15 (belfry)
Restoration
1889 (organ chamber)
Website
http://www.lambournechurch.com/

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Dr Thomas Winniff - died September 19th 1654, aged 78. Inscription entirely in Latin.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Dr Thomas Tooke - died May 24th 1721. Inscription entirely in Latin.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - UPPER INSCRIPTION

Near this place lye the remains of Mrs Matilda Lockwood, daughter of George Vernon Esq of Sudbury in Derbyshire; by Catherine daughter of Sir Thomas Vernon Kt, and wife of Richard Lockwood Esq of Dews-Hall in this parish: with whom she liv'd in all conjugal affection 31 years, and had a numerous offspring; of which five sons and two daughters are now living. To her husband she indear'd herself by every act of Kindness & Condescension.

To all her children by an attentive, impartial care of them, with a prudent, not indulgent, tenderness to her relations she was respectful with her friends. Remarkably cheerful, open and sincere; To all mankind affable, to her inferiors very obliging and by all who knew her either near or at a Distance, she was esteem'd One of the most amiable and best of Women for she had all the advantage of a natural-charming Temper, Accomplish'd Behaviour, and good Understanding that could adorne this Life. And all the inward blessings of Christian Virtue and Piety which might intitle her to a Better. She dyed November ye 25th in ye Year of our Lord 1743 and the 54th of her Age.

To whose memory her loving and mournful husband put up this Marble as ye last tribute of his Esteem.

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Be it Sacred Likewise, To the memory of Richard Lockwood Esq, second son of Richard Lockwood Esq of Gayton in Northamptonshire; by Susannah, daughter & sole heiress of Edward Cutts Esq. Early in life he went to Turkey to improve his fortune; But his Elder Brother Dying to whose Estate he was Heir, he return'd to England, & being of an Active Disposition, not only Carried on an Extensive Traffic for some Years, But being chosen into Several Parliaments, gave a Constant Attendance; Serving his Country & Constituents with an untainted Integrity, & unshaken Firmness, in the Decline of Life, thinking himself incapable of doing his Country any Farther Publick Service, he retir'd from the Fatigues of Busyness to his seat at DEWS-HALL; & Past the last Scene of his Life in a Chearfull enjoyment if his Family & Friends, And a truly religious Service of his God. Thus prepared he arrived at that period of Life, which at best, is but labour & sorrow, and by a gradual decay, Expir'd on the 31st day of August 1756, in the 78th Year of his age.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Entirely in Latin.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Sacred to the memory of ANNA CATHERINA, wife of RICHARD LOCKWOOD ESQUIRE, of DEWS HALL in this Parish; She died May 31st 1757, aged 47 years. In the same vault are interred the remains of the aforesaid RICHARD LOCKWOOD ESQUIRE, who died March 25th 1797, aged 84 years.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Sacred to the memory of the Revd Robert Tooke A.M. Late rector of this parish, whose remains are deposited in a vault in the chancel of this church; he died unmarried October 28th 1776, aged 62 years leaving as his sole heiress his sister Susanna, widow of Peter Calvert Esqr of Much Hadham, Hertfordshire.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Near this place are interred the remains of JOHN LOCKWOOD Esq., second son of RICHARD LOCKWOOD of Dems Hall in this County. He married Matilda, second daughter of Edward Conyers Esq. of Copt Hall in Essex by whom he has one daughter, Matilda, born April 8th 1763 now living.This memorial was erected by his afflicted widow in the year of our Lord 1778.In the same vault are since deposited the remains of the above mentioned Matilda Lockwood, widow who surviving her husband upwards of sixteen years, dies June 3rd 1793 in the sixty-seventh year of her age.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - In memory of Mrs Mary Mitchell who departed this life August 13th 1788, aged 52 years.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Underneath the chancel of this church reposeth all that was mortal  of Judith Dowager, Lady Rous, the daughter and heiress of John Bedingfield of Beeston in Norfolk Esq, and wife of the Revd. Edward Lockwood, of Dews Hall in this parish and county. In 1749, she married 1st Sir John Rous Baronet of Henham Hall, Suffolk, who deceased October 31st 1771, and by him was the mother of John the present Lord Rous.2nd of Frances the late wife of Sir Henry Peyton Baronet and 3rd of Louisa Judith, wife of John Birch Esquire.By her second husband (to whom she was married November 3rd 1772) she left no issue and died in Portman Square, London, September 10th 1794, aged 64 years.Near unto her are likewise deposited the remains of Revd. Edward Lockwood M.A., third son of Richard Lockwood and Matilda Vernon, rector of Hanwell in Oxfordshire and of St Peters in the town of Northampton, who died January 22nd 1802 in the eighty second year of his age.His second son, Edward Lockwood Percival Esquire having sustained with the resignation and fortitude which became him as a Christian and as a man the protracted sufferings of a severe and painful illness, departed this life July 6th 1804.June 15th 1790, he married Louisa Bridger 2nd daughter of the late Lord George Manners Sutton, of Kelham in the county of Nottingham, youngest son of John the 3rd Duke of Rutland and by her, who died February 5th 1800, left four surviving children viz: Edward George Harvey, Louisa Elizabeth and Frances Lucy, whereof George Harvey born February 1st 1793 captain in his Majesty's coldstream regiment of footguards, followed his excellent parents November 11th 1815, and was interred with his father and grandfather in the vault of his family in the chancel; he was not more respected in the public duties of his profession than respectable and beloved in the endearing intercourse of domestic life. Those who knew him best will bear the readiest testimony to the merits of his character and will join his sorrowing relations in deploring their early and untimely loss.Into thy hands I commend my spirit: for thou hast redeemed me, o Lord, thou God of Truth. Psalm 31 verse 6th [should be 5].

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - To the affectionately belov'd and truly honor'd memory of Matilda Lockwood Maydwell, who in the bloom of life resign'd herself to her God the 22nd of March A.D. 1800. And to her infant daughter aged three weeks and two days. The much afflicted husband and father erects this small token of his sincerest regard. The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away. But blessed be the name of the Lord.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Sacred to the memory of Matilda Catherine Lockwood, daughter of the late Revd Edward Lockwood of Dews Hall in this parish, who died on the 26th day of March 1832, aged 74.

"Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see god."

This tablet was erected as a tribute of affection by her nephew and niece Edward and Frances Lockwood Percival.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Sacred to the memory of the REVD. THOMAS SHELFORD, B.D., rector of this parish, and formerly fellow and tutor of Corpus Christi College in the University of Cambridge.He possessed high moral and intellectual attainments, and lived in the exercide of every Christian virtue. He was a diligent labourer in the vineyard of the Lord, and unwearied in his efforts both for the temporal and eternal welfare of the flock committed to his care, leading them to the cross of Christ, whom he preached and in whom alone he trusted.He was born at Thetford, Norfolk, March 11th 1792 and died at Lambourne, much and deservedly lamented, September 14th 1846.The memory of the Just is blessed.This memorial of departed worth is placed as a tribute of affectionate and grateful remembrance by his sorrowing widow, ELIZA JANE SHELFORD.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - THE TRUMPET SHALL SOUND - 1 Corinthians.XV.52To the memory of George Lockwood, Captain 8th Hussars, second son of William Joseph Lockwood of Dews Hall, born June 16th 1818.He fell October 25th 1854 in the memorable cavalry charge of Balaclava while acting as A.D.C. to Major General the Earl of Cardigan.Every effort to recover his remains having proved ineffectual this monument is erected by his mother as a tribute of love to an affectionate and dutiful son.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Sacred to the memory of Rachel, wife of William Joseph Lockwood Esq. of Dews Hall in this parish and daughter of Sir Mark Wood, Baronet of Gatton in the county of Surrey. She died at Rome the 25th February 1874 aged 81 years. Her son, anxious that she should be buried by the side of her husband, caused her body to be brought to England and deposited in the family vault. "Her children arise up, and call her blessed." Proverbs XXXI.28

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - To the glory of God and the beloved memory of Richard William Mark Lockwood, 2nd Lieut. Coldstream Guards, killed in action at the Battle of the Aisne on the 14th September 1914, and buried at Soupir, France. Only son of Robert Lockwood and grandson of General Mark Wood of Bishops Hall in this parish.

His life for his country, his soul to God.

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - In loving memory of Isabella wife of Lord Lambourne of Bishops Hall in this parish, and daughter of Sir John Milbanke-Huskisson Bart. 8th Baronet of Eartham House, Chichester. Died 22nd September 1923, aged 74 years. "Still stands thine ancient sacrifice, a humble and contrite heart."

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - To the sacred memory of Robert Percival Lockwood, born 9th August 1851, died 28th February 1929, the beloved husband of Chinty Lockwood. "Blessed are the peacemakers".

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St Mary & All Saints, Lambourne Church - Sacred to the memory of JOHN CUTTS LOCKWOOD C.B.E., T.D., J.P. of Bishops Hall. Lt. Col. Essex Regiment and Coldstream Guards. Born 8th December 1890. Died 18th January 1983. Barrister Middle Temple, Member of Parliament and Essex County Councillor. Freeman of the City of London. Benefactor to Church and Village.

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