Sacred to the memory of John Woodward Esq. of Streele in this parish, who died November 16th 1838 aged 60 years. This monument is erected by his wife and surviving children as a small tribute of love and affection to the memory of a dear husband and beloved father.
"Dear husband father, thee we morn
Sad by thy bier we stood alone
But faith reveals a hopeful tale
And softly soothes funeral wail
For Christ yet lives, a Saviour blest,
In whom we seek eternal rest.
This lifeless form, ecstatic thought
To sorrow and corruption brought
Shall at the trump's last awful sound
Among these blest we trust be found
Thy spirit join and ever be
In realms of immortality
May God to thee
thy wife and children dear restore
And we our Saviour Lord in songs of praise adore."
Likewise Sarah, Robert, Arthur, Charles, Emily-Georgiana, Petronella-Harriet, children of the said John Woodward and Catherine his wife; who died when young.
Also of Edward Woodward, youngest son of the above John and Catherine Woodward
who died May 2nd 1855 aged 24 years, and was buried at Highgate.
Also of Frederic Woodward, who died November 1st 1860 aged 39 year and was born at Kensal Green Cemetery.
Catherine Elizabeth Woodward died January 28th 1872, buried at Highgate.