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England, Scotland, Ireland: Musgrave's Obituaries Prior to 1800, parts 1 & 2
Obituary Prior to 1800 (as far as Relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland), Compiled by Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co. Cumberland, and Entitled by Him "A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Persons are Mentioned, and Where Some Account of Their Character is to be Found."
County: General Country: England Feuilleteau, Eleanor (Mrs.). 01 Apr 1781 , aet. 79. (G.M. 194.)
The parish church, dedicated to St. Nicholas, exhibits the architecture of various ages. The south wall, which is the most ancient, has some narrow, pointed windows. In the early part of the last century the roof fell in, and the church lay in a state of dilapidation for nearly twenty years; till at length it was repaired through the care and industry of Mr John Gossage (fn. 34) . The north aisle, which is of flint and stone, still continues in ruins. At the westend of this aisle stands a lofty tower, built of brick, and embattled. On the east wall of what is now the chancel (for the old chancel became dilapidated, and was never rebuilt) is the monument of Peter Denham,Esq. 1736: on the floor are the tombs of Anne, daughter of George Garth, Esq. of Morden, wife, first of Robert Grenewell, merchant, afterwards of Anthony Errington of Newcastle, merchant, ob. 1667; Mr. John Gossage, 1672; Helen, his wife, daughter of Robert Grenewell, 1668; Susanna, wife of Lieutenant Richard Somerfield of the Royal Artillery, daughter of Gabriel Rogers of Shrewsbury, 1719; Mrs. Mary Jones, daughter of Captain EdwardJones, 1719; and Mrs. Catherine Jones, her sister, 1721. On the east wall of the south aisle is the monument of John Denham (fn. 35) , Esq.1760: on the floor is an inscription, in Sexon characters, much worn, and the tombs of Benjamin Barnett, D. D. prebendary of Gloucester, and vicar of Plumstead, 1707; and Margaret, wife of Thomas Nugent, Esq. daughter of Hugh Parker, Esq. (eldest sonof Sir Henry Parker, Bart.) 1748. On the north wall of the naveis an elegant monument to the memory of John Lidgbird, Esq. (fn. 36) ,of Shooter's-hill, 1771: on the floor are the tombs of Martha ,wife of William Lord, 1741;
Ellinor Feuilleteau, 1781'
; Mary Mac-dougal, 1787; Neil Campbell, Esq. 1790; and
John Willett Stanley, 1793
From: 'Plumstead', The Environs of London: volume 4: Counties of Herts, Essex & Kent (1796), pp. 537-545. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=45490 Date accessed: 20 April 2013.