Monuments in the tower
Tower. North Wall.
80. WILLIAM MONCRIEFF, 1732.
This tablet over the door to Belfry has the appearance of having
been part of a larger monument, and is inscribed:
Hic est Sepultus
Scotiæ olim Pastor Episcopalis
In Academia Sancti Andreæ
Humaniorum Literarum Professor
Plurimorum Iuvenum Nobilium
Dum peregre' sunt Profecti
Rerum atque Hominum Sciens
Obijt 1° Aprilis Anno Domini
81. WILLIAM CLARKSON, 1712.
A simple marble tablet with horizontal cornice and cleft pediment
enclosing a small urn, inscribed as follows:
In the vault under the stairs that leads
up into ye new Gallery lyeth the body
of Mr WILLIAM CLARKSON son of Mr.
JOHN CLARKSON of this Parish who
died June the 20th 1712
in the 33d year of his Age
In the same vault lyeth the bodyes
of three of his children viz:
one Daughter & two sons
THEODOSIA born May ye 24th 1704, buried
Augst ye 28th 1704.
ABRAHALL born Octbr ye 26th 1705. buried
June ye 8th 1708
GILBERT born Augst ye 1st 1709 buried
Septbr ye 18th 1710
82. HESTER HILL, 1699: THOMAS HILL, 1713.
A marble inscription tablet with panelled pilasters at the sides and a
horizontal entablature with cleft pediment enclosing a small funeral urn;
supported on a moulded and scalloped ledge with small fluted console
brackets and a winged skull and foliage below.
In the Uault under the staires,
that leades up into the new Gallery,
lyeth the body of Mrs. HESTER HILL
Wife of Mr THOMAS HILL of this Parish
who dyed Jan: 30th 1699. in the 51st
year of her Age.
In the same Vault lyeth also ye
body of ye above named Mr THOMAS HILL
who dyed Novbr ye 3d 1713. in the
75th year of his Age.
Tower. South Wall.
83. ANNA MARIA SUTTON, 1745.
Sacred to the Memory
ANNA MARIA POWEL
The late Beloved Wife
Capt DAWLY SUTTON
Who was deliver'd from the Prison of
the Body the 12th day of November 1745
in the 50th Year of Her Age
Reader forbear nor Shed One Useless Tear
Her Soul is fled, the Body now lies here
But when Immortal Life it shall put on
By Pow'r deriv'd from GOD'S Eternal SON
Then Death no more shall seperate the Pair
But Endless joys shall crown the Waking Fair
Till then Suspend thy Thoughts of what She is
But Live like Her and Gain Eternal Bliss.