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Gallery 3 - Interior - Monuments - Photos by BR

Woodward, Thomas

Memorial Tablet in the South Aisle

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Here lie the remains of Thomas Woodward Esq. of Highlands in this parish, who died 19th April 1830 in the 53rd year of his age. Leaving a widow and four children deeply to lament the loss of an affectionate husband and beloved parent. Also of Ellen and Julia Woodward who died in infancy during the lifetime of their father. And of Mary Elizabeth Woodward the eldest and beloved daughter of the above Thomas and Mary Elizabeth his wife who died 3rd April 1835 aged 20. This monument also records the sorrow of his afflicted mother for the early breavement of Alfred Walter Woodward who was an Ensign in Her Majesty's 40th Reg. and died at Landour in the East Indies universally beloved and regretted 30th Sept 1843 in the 19th year of his age. "The Lord Gave and the Lord hath taken away. Blessed be the Name of the Lord."  A tribute of sincere grief and affection is here also added in memory of Thomas Mason Woodward Esq, eldest son of the above parents who was born March 18th 1819, died at Ehrenbreitstein, Prussia, Sept 13th 1850. Also to the beloved memory of Mary Elizabeth, wife of the above named Thomas Woodward, who died September 29, 1876 aged 82 years. "Them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him." 1 Thess: IV. 14.


Here lie the remains of Thomas
Woodward Esq.
of Highlands in this parish, who died 19th April 1830 in the 53rd year of his age. Leaving a widow and four children deeply to lament the loss of an affectionate husband and beloved parent.
Also of Ellen and Julia Woodward who died in infancy during the lifetime of their father.
And of Mary Elizabeth Woodward the eldest and beloved daughter of the above Thomas and Mary Elizabeth his wife who died 3rd April 1835 aged 20.
This monument also records the sorrow of his afflicted mother for the early breavement of Alfred Walter Woodward who was an Ensign in Her Majesty's 40th Reg. and died at Landour in the East Indies universally beloved and regretted 30th Sept 1843 in the 19th year of his age.

"The Lord Gave and the Lord hath taken away. Blessed be the Name of the Lord."


A tribute of sincere grief and affection is here also added in memory of Thomas Mason Woodward Esq, eldest son of the above parents who was born March 18th 1819, died at Ehrenbreitstein, Prussia, Sept 13th 1850.
Also to the beloved memory of Mary Elizabeth, wife of the above named Thomas Woodward, who died September 29, 1876 aged 82 years.

"Them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him." 1 Thess: IV. 14.