For this church:
Warsop St Peter and St Paul
Monuments and Memorials
West End South Aisle
The text reads:
Memorial Tablet to Samuel Hallifax (West end North aisle)
Translation of the text:
Here near his most dear little son who was some time snatched away by untimely fate the very reverend Samuel Hallifax LLD and STP wished his paternal remains to be deposited. Born and instructed in the first rudiments of learning in this neighborhood he afterwards held the position of public lecturer and Regius Professor of Civil Law in the University of Cambridge. Master of Faculties in Doctors Commons, Rector in this church and Bishop first in the Cathedral Church of Gloucester and afterwards in that of St Asaph: through all offices he distinguished himself by his ability, profound learning and wonderful industry, by his unswerving allegiance to the English Church; by the power and sweetness of his discourses; by the touching grace and elegance of his writings; and moreover by what he ever held to be of paramount importance, the uprightness of his life. He was born at Mansfield Jan 8th 1733 worn out by stone he died a premature death alas! March 4th 1790 aged 57 yrs. His wife Catherine being left his survivor with an only son and six daughters has erected this monument as somewhat of a mournful solace to her grief.
Halfway upstairs in the Tower
(This is the straight staircase not the one that leads to the ringing chamber)
Brasses to the left of the Hallifax Window
These read as follows:
HIC IACET SEPULT HENRICUS LUKIN NUP DE SOUKCHOLME : NATUS 9 NOVEMB 1586 APUD MAGN : BADDOWE IN COM : ESSEX QUI OBIT 7 FEBR 1630
Here lieth the
body of Hannah the wife of William Wylde of Nettleworth who departed this life
the 5th day of May in the year of our Lord 1775(?) aged 60 years.
Here lieth the body of William Wylde esq of Mansfield eldest son of the late William Wylde esq of Nettleworth. He died in March 11th 1787 in the 53rd year of his age. Safe in the hand of one disposing power in the Natal or in the Mortal hour.
Gulielm? Wyld infans
filius Guliemi Wyld gerd obijt XX ij de Sept AD 1694
Here lieth the body of Anne Wylde sister of the above William Wylde who died January 11th 1798 aged 60 years
Here lieth the body of Cathrina Wylde of Nettleworth who died the 24th day of November 1801 aged 61 years
Here lieth the body of William Wylde of Nettleworth who departed this life the 11th day of January 1779 aged 82 years
Brasses to the right of the Hallifax Window
Here lies interred the body of Sarah Silverwood who departed this life 23rd May 1784 aged 74 years. Here lies ye body of Mary Kerchevall who departed this life ye 2nd February aged 52 years
Here lies the body of Daniel Newton who was one of His Majestys coroners for this county 28 years. He departed this life May 21st 1764 aged 70 years
Here lies interred John Newton gent who departed this life 2nd September 1789 aged LIX years
Left hand side of the Beard Screen
In memory of Alleyne FitzHerbert one year Rector of Warsop 3rd son of Sir Henry FitzHerbert Bt of Tissington Derbyshire and Agnes Beresford his wife born May 9, 1815 married May 5 1841 Angelina, third daughter of James Happenden Esq. of Homewood House Tenterden Kent died April 15 1860 leaving a widow with five sons and six daughters.
In memory of Henry Gally Knight Born 1786 died 1846 The dutiful son of a widowed mother a part as witnessed by her portrait over sacred and classic ground, a traveller a man of kindness and benefactor to his church and kinsmen. To commemorate the restoration of this church re-opened July 13th 1877. Sir William FitzHerbert has erected this tablet to a respected name in Warsop
To the glory of God. The tower of this church was restored 1905 Sir Richard FitzHerbert Bart.
Right of screen
Left hand side of the Hallifax plaque
To the Right