[Temple Church.] Faringdon Ward without. [Monuments.]274

[Temple Church.] Faringdon Ward without. [Monuments.]

Hic jacet corpus Francisci Jermy, Armigeri, 1668.

Edward Stephens, Esq; 1674.

Hic jacet Thomas Bentley, Generosus, filius Caroli Bentley, de Comit. Warwicensi, Armigeri secundus. 1673.

William Dyke, younger Son of Sir Thomas Dyke, of Horcham in Sussex, Kt. 1675.

Robert Hunt, Esq; second Son of Rob. Hunt, of Speckington, in the County of Somerset, Esq. 1676.

In the Round of the Temple Church, South.

Hic juxta jacet Johannes King, &c. 1677.
Rowland Jewks, 1665.
D. O. M. Rogerio Bishopo.
Joan. Seldenus, 1654.

M. S. Heic juxta jacet Joannes Sympson, Miles, &c. Carolo 2do. cum primis serviens ad legem. 1681.
Henricus Wynn, 1671.
M. S. Georgii Wylde, Armig. 1679.

M. S. Fratres lectissimi hoc vicino pulvere conduntur, Thomas & Gulielmus Jollyste, Vigorniensium Coloniæ orti. Thomas ob. 1671. Gulielmus 1680.

S. J. Edwardus Eaton, Byromi Eaton, S. Theol. Professoris, Archidiaconi Leicestren. & Saræ Uxoris filius, 1687.

Peter Honywood, Esq; 1685. who died at the full Age of 96 Years.

Abel Gower, eldest Son of Abel Gower, of Boulton, in the County of Worcester, Esquire, 1667.

M. S. Johannis Fitz-James, Hæredis & Filii unici Johannis Fitz-James, de Leweston, in Comitat. Dorset, militis 1669.

H. S. E. Hoptonus Shuter, Armig. 1677.

Henry Wynn, Esq; Son of Sir John Wynn, of Guidder, in the County of Carnarvon, Bar. 1671.

John Ellis, 1686.

Charles Crompton, 1676.

Thomas Hanmer, Miles, &c. Augustissimo Carolo II.ac jam regnanti Jacobo II. Consiliarius, Alterius è Curiis Vice-Comitatibus in Civitate Londinensi Justiciarius, &c. 1687/8.

M. S. Hic juxta jacet Samuel Baldwyn, Miles, de Stokecastle, in agro Salop. &c. Caroli II. cumprimis serviens ad Legem. 1683.

John Ellys, second Son of Sir Thomas Ellys, of Wyham, in the County of Lincoln, Bar 1686.

John Thackham, 1684.

On this South Wall of this Round, is lately set up a decent Monument of Will. Petyt, Esq; late Keeper of the Tower Records, and a most learned Antiquarian; with this Inscription.

Heic juxta sitæ sunt Reliquiæ WILHELMI PETYT, Armig. Qui olim Medii Alumnus fuit, nuper Interioris Templi Socius, & Thesaurarius, Rotulorum ac Archivorum, in Turri Londinensi remanentium, Custos fidelissimus, quamplurimis tam Genere quam Doctrina viris insignibus benè notus, & in magna æstimatione habitus. Omnia sua cum amicis habuit communia. Neq; sane cuiquam Literarum veterum Studioso, vel operam suam vel consilium unquam negebat; quod in pluribus Eruditorum Scriptis apparet.

Will. Petyt, Esq;

Municipalia Patriæ jura, Historica & Antiquitates, Monumenta Actaq; Parliamentaria optimè callebat: Antiquæ Constitutionis, Legum ac Libertatum Angliæ strenuissimus Assertor erat. Et ne operam & oleum perderet, & evanescerent Labores, mundo valedicturus omniæ sua MSS. (quæ varia implent Volumina) una cum libris impressis, Jurisidicis, Historicis, atq; Antiquitatum & Processuum Parliamentorum Monumentis (quæ magno labore, studio & sumptibus sibi comparavit) amicis quibusdam melioris Notæ, in fidei Commisso ad servandæ integra & illibata, ultimo suo Testamento publicæ Utilitatis gratia, legavit. Quapropter locum certum, qui illis visus fuerit maximè accommodatus, eos eligere voluit: Et centum & quinquaginta libras Bibliothecæ ædificandæ destinavit.

In Storithes prope Abbatiam de Bolton, non ita longe a vico de Skipton in Craven in Comitat. Eborum, natus fuit. Ad plures abiit apud Chelseam, in Agro Middlesex 3o die Octobris, Anno Domini MDCCVII. Ætat. suæ LXXII.

Neq; dum vixit ipsius Chelseæ immemor fuit, sed erigebat ibi Ædificium, quod eidem Parochiæ alacri & libera manu dedit: In se complectens (quod dicitur) Vestiarum, in usum Parochianorum, Gymnacium ad pueros erudiendos, & Cameras Præceptori satis commodas.

Monumentum hoc Sylvester Petyt, de Hospitio Bernardiensi, Gen. & ejusdem olim Principalis ad memoriam charissimi sui Fratris, posuit.

On the Gravestone upon him, are these Words.

The Body of W. P. Esq; buried here the 9. day of October, 1707.

North Side. Edward Barnard, 1660.

Daniel Lisle, youngest Son of Sir Will. Lisle, of the Isle of Wight, 1663.

Hic requiescunt mortales Reliquiæ Johannis Hoghton, Armigeri, 1698/9.

Franciscus Wood, de Ripon Eboracensis, Generosus, &c. Attorn. de communi Banco. 1684.

Samuel Corbet, Gent. 1701.

William Tallieure, alias Danwel, Esq; &c. Steward of the honourable Castle of Windsor. 1690.

Tho. Webb, Gent. 1681.

Herbertus Perrot, Armig. filius unicus Herberti Perrot, in agro Pembrokien. militis.

M. S. Gulielmi Freman, Armig. &c. Patrem habuit Randulphum de Aspeden. in Agro Hartfordien. Armigerum, &c. Cromwelliana Tempestate Regiarum fuit partium vindex acerririmus, & varia militiæ munia arduis illis temporibus inconcussa fide strennus obiit.

William Dickenson, Esq; 1675.

William Ceely, of Huntham, in the Parish of North Curry, in the County of Somerset, Esq. 1662.

Pope North, Son of Sir Francis North, Kt. the King's Attorney General, 1674.

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