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North wall, east to west

Caroline M. Finch d. 1911

A small brass, now mounted on the War Memorial panelling.

Edward Buckley, d 1816

Marble. Edward Buckley lived at Beaumont Hall.

Sir Christopher Musgrave d. 1735

Slate, with the Achievement of Musgrave impaling Chardin.  There is a paragraph[h of Latin inscription praising Sir Christopher, his wife and his father-in-law; according to the inscription, the latter was know as the “Golden Horseman”. Sir Christopher lived at Edenhall, Cumberland but, as the hand of Ulster on the dexter side of the shield shows, was of Irish descent. He was once M.P. For Carlisle.

Lawrence Rawstorne, d. 1850

Black and white marble with the Rawstorne shield and motto “Fortiter et Fideliter”. Lawrence Rawstorne lived at Penwortham Prior.

Captain Lawrence Rawstorne, d. 1905  Brass

Thomas Geoffrey Rawstorne, d. 1917  Brass

South wall, east to west

Frank Winn, bur. 1959

A small metal tablet, noting the gift of the altar silver in his memory in 1963.

Miles E. Aspinall, d. 1900. Marble

Herbert M. Finch, d. 1900. Brass on green marble

Frank M. Finch, d 1918. Brass

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