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This memorial is on the south wall. "In memory of Allan Cornelius Thorold Mann, Midshipman, R. N. Aged 19 years, second son of J R Mann, Royal Engineers. He was lost in the service of his country with upwards of five hundred of the crew in H.M. Turret Ship "Captain", which foundered off Cape Finisterre, on the 7th Septr 1870".
All of the following tombs are in the organ vestry to the north of the chancel. This large one is situated adjacent to the chancel.
Here is a detail, the head of a sheep at the feet of the gentleman.
The tomb below is at the east end of the north wall of the organ vestry. It is another Gage tomb - inscription in Latin.
Here is a close up of the heraldry and inscription above this tomb.
This tomb is at the west end of the north wall of the vestry.
And again, a closer view of the heraldry on the wall above.
This plaque is on the north wall of the nave. "In loving memory of Brigadier General Moreton Foely Gage D.S.S. D.L. 5th Dragoon Guards 1873-1953 and of his brother Captain James Seton Drummond Gage 7th Dragoon Guards 1870 - 1952".
Another older plaque. "Sacred to the memory of the Revd Richd Morton A.M. Ob: 27th June 1784 Ęt : Suce 61 Resurgam Also of Annabella Taylor Daughter of William Morton D.D. Bishop of Meath Nat: A.D.1687 Ob: A.D. 1774"
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