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Gallery 3 - Interior - Monuments - Photos by BR

Woodward, Sarah

Memorial Tablet in the South Aisle 

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Sacred to the memory of Mrs Sarah Woodward, daughter of William and S Peckham, of Arches in this Parish and relict of the Revd W Woodward AM, Rector of the Parish of Plumpton in this County. He died February 26th 1786, aged 43. She died May 1st 1823, aged 79, having survived her only and beloved daughter Sarah for a period of nineteen years, who expired on 6th June 1804, in the 30th Year of her age. To her children her worth was fully known as her days were devoted to their welfare and happiness, whilst all her higher thoughts, her firm but humble hopes had rest in Heaven. Where thou art gone, adieus and farewells are a sound unknown: May we but meet thee on that peaceful shore. The parting sound shall pass our lips no more!


Sacred to the memory of Mrs Sarah Woodward
, daughter of William and S Peckham, of Arches in this Parish and relict of the Revd W Woodward AM, Rector of the Parish of Plumpton in this County. He died February 26th 1786, aged 43. She died May 1st 1823, aged 79, having survived her only and beloved daughter Sarah for a period of nineteen years, who expired on 6th June 1804, in the 30th Year of her age. To her children her worth was fully known as her days were devoted to their welfare and happiness, whilst all her higher thoughts, her firm but humble hopes had rest in Heaven

-----------Where thou art gone, adieus and farewells are a sound unknown: May we but meet thee on that peaceful shore. The parting sound shall pass our lips no more!

Also of Henry Woodward, her youngest son, who died at Uckfield November 30th 1858, aged 77 years.