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The Parish Church of St. Nicholas, Chiswick
Sir Thomas Chaloner, The Younger   &   His second Wife Judith Blount - The Inscriptions
By Kind Permission of Chiswick Parish Church
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Clay Families
Cobbe Families
Capt Vivian
Hastings Clay
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Fovant P Church
Vivian's Memorial
Capt Robert Richard Clay MC
Ian Valentine
Ian's Parents
Ian's Brothers
Ian Valentine's Letters to the Clays
(1), (2), (3), (4) & (5)
Duke of Wellington's West Yorkshire Regt
Lt Col Richard Chaloner Cobbe
Archbishop Charles Cobbe
Capt. William Cobbe
Feast of the Sons of the Clergy - 1799 - Sermon
Beaumonts
Dixies
Godolphins
Hastings
 

 




An : 1721   In Grateful remembrance
of his Honourable Ancestor This Monument
 



HERE LYETH THE BODEY OF SR THOMAS CHALONER WHOE WAS KNIGHT
IN THE WARRES OF FRANCE BY KING HENRY THE FOVRTHE AO 1591 AND AF
TER GOVERNOR IN THE MINORITY AND CHAMBERLAYNE TO THE LAITE PRI
NCE OF FAMOVS MEMOREY HENREY PRINCE OF WALES DVKE OF CORNWALL
AND EARL OF CHESTER & HE MARIED HIS FIRST WIFE ELIZABETH
DAVGHTER TO WILLIAM FLETWOOD, SERGEANT AT LAWE TO Q ELIZ: AND
RECORDER OF LONDON BY WHOM HE HAD YSSVE, THOMAS DECEA - WILLIAM
EDWARD, THOMAS, HENREY DECEA-ARTHVRE DECEA IAMES ELIZA DECEA
MARY WIFFE TO SR EDWARD FISHER KNIGHT, ELIZABETH AND DOROTHEY
AND DIED THE 22 DAY OF IVNNE AO 1603 AGED 35 YEARES AND TO HIS SE
COND WIFFE HE MARRIED IVDE THE DAUGHTER TO WILL= BLVNT OF LONDON
ESQVIER BY WHOM HE HAD ALSO YSSVU HENREY, CHARLES, FREDRICKE
AND ARTHVRE: ANNE, KATHAREN & FRANCIS, AND SHE DECEA THE 30 DAY
OF IVNNE AO1615 AGED 36 YEARES AND THE AFORE SAYED SR THO: CHA
LONER DIED y18 DAY OF NOVEBER 1615 BEINGE OF y ADGE OF 51 YEARES

 

Was repaired at the Charge of Edward Chaloner
of Gisbrough     In :  Con:    Esq  

The writer hopes the above transcription will ease the eyestrain on anyone trying to read the inscriptions on the previous page
Apologies for not accurately rendering the background colours and,
Whilst great care has been exercised, apologies for minor "transcription" errors and lack of skills with HTML

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