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St Lawrence & Bishop Edward King

Julyan Llandon (1631) Alabaster William Llandon (1621) & Alice. Alabaster
 Denton - St Andrew

John Blyth (1602)  Recumbent effigy on half rolled up mattress; children with their names stand against the tomb chest.
Richard Welby: 1714 statue by Green of Camberwell, on base surrounded by four putti.

Other Monuments
14th century sunken effigy of a priest.
Several 18th century tablets including one to Suzanna Gregory with bats' wings,skull, snake & hourglass by Thomas Taylor and one to John Welby (1736) attributed to Rysbrack
Good 18th century slate headstones in church yard.
Dunholme - St Chad

Robert Gruntham [Grantham] of the Blacke Mouckes neare the citie of Lincolne Esquire sone of Hughe Grauntham [Grantham] esquire was borne at this Dunham [Dunholme] the 17 day of August AD 1541 caused this moniment to be erected to the memori of this family humbly comended his soule to God and his bodie to be buried here & died the...' He died in 1618.
 Edenham - St Michael

Civilian/Lady of c1300.
Another lady of same date.
Later 14th century knight/lady on tomb chest with shields displaying the Simeon and Neville arms.

The church houses a series of monuments to Berties, Lords Willoughby of Eresby and later Dukes of Ancaster, namely:-

Robert Bertie, 1st Earl of Linsey (1642) & his son (1666), black & white marble.
Richard Bertie (1686) possibly by James Hardy.
1st Duke of Ancaster (1723); standing white figure against black reredos; by Henry Scheemakers & Henry Cheere.
Robert Willoughby & others, 1738; black & white; big sarcophagus with urn & seven busts; attributed to PeterScheemakers
2nd Duke of Ancaster (1741), standing figure leaning on urn; below which a medallion with profile of his wife; by Henry Cheere.
Third & Fourth Dukes (1778 & 1779), two standing figures with medallion of wife of one; against convex back panel a medallion of child; by Charles Harris.
Hon Frederick Burrell (1819) as a baby carried by angels.
1st Lord Gwydyr (1820), bust on round pedastal; by Nollekens.
Clementine, Baroness Willoughby (1881), neo-baroque.
Tablet to Rev John Bland (1761) by Bingham.
George Parker (1831), neo-gothic; by Smith of Stamford.

There are more High Victorian monuments to the Berties family in the church yard.

Also in the church are the Heathcote memorials, removed here from Normaton church, Rutland and all of the 19th century
Ewerby - St Andrew 

Sir Alexander Aunsell (1360)
Possibly founder of the church
Murray Edward Gordon Finch-Hatton (1898) MP 10th Earl of Winchelsea and 5th Earl of Nottingham. He personally undertook bricklaying, glazing and digging of dykes in which 'he was not surpassed by any workman in the county'. He spend the summer of 1895 repairing the church roof

Gosberton -  Saint Peter & St Paul

Knight, early 14th century

Gunby - St Peter
Margaret Massingberd
(no date) There is also a window dedicated to this lady in the church.
NB I have not seen this monument: it looks like an enamelled bronze in a wooden frame but I should be grateful for further information.

Grantham - St Wulfram

The "Harrington Tomb", a recess of 1360-80.
Richard Saltby 1369 - similar to above.
Mrs Middlemore (1710); tablet attributed to the circle of William Stanton.
William Middlemore (1712); tablet by Benjamin Palmer.
Lord Chief Justice Sir Dudly Rider (1756) by Henry Cheere (1759); a seated figure with black obelisk behind. A very fine monument.
Sir William Bury (1706); a black columned aedicule by Edward Stanton.
Sir Thomas Bury (1722) attributed to Christopher Horsnaile.
William Cust (1747); standing monuments with a bust before an obelisk with a military still life at foot. By Cheere.
Randolph Clarke (1751) by Christopher Staveley.
Revd Mr Stevens (1751) by Christopher Staveley.
Edward Turner (1769); standing monument by Bingham.
Samuel Foster (1776); tablet by James Hickey.
William Thorold (1808) White profile bust.

St Clement

Stephen de See
Rector 1380-1390

The cross is on the Rock of Golgatha

Gautby - All Saints
Thomas Vyner (1665/6) This monument and that to his father on right are attributed to Jasper Latham
Sir Thomas Vyner, 1st Baronet
monument erected  by son. Both were in St Mary's, Woolnorth, London, where they were buried, but moved here when that church was demolished.
Glentworth - St Michael

Left , right & above:  Sir Christopher Wray (1592) and Wife; coffered arch with a kneeling effigy of their son at the top (this is shown below right); four kneeling daughters on the tomb chest. Alabaster, 1593, perhaps by Nicholas Johnson of Southwark.
Elizabeth Saunderson (1714), white marble by Edward Hurst.  
Hainton - St Mary

John Heneage (1435) and Alice: Purbeck marble tomb  of Sir Thomas Heneage (1553) and Kateryn, with kneeling brass effigies.

Top: Sir George Heneage (1660)
Bottom: George Heneage (1595): free standing alabaster with recumbent effigy.
John Heneage (1559) and Anne (1587 William Heneage (1610 age 91) and two wives: Anne (1585) & Jane (1594)  The parents kneel above, the children below. Alabaster.  On the top a relief of the Fall and Resurection. Above: Three Sir Georges (last 1697): tablet with skulls, bones and hour glass. Attributed to William Stanton.
Below:Lt Col Neil Frederick Heneage OBE (1953)
George Heneage (1731): A large marble tablet with his bust above and busts of his two wives,  Mary & Elizabeth.below.   By Bertuccini. George Robert Heneage (1833) Signed by S Manning Fct Frances Anne Heneage (1807 age 25) Wife of George Robert. By Bacon Jnr George Fieschi Heneage (1864) Son of George Robert and his first wife Frances Anne Ainslie By Underwood of Camden Town. Frances Heneage (1842) Wife of George Fieschi (left) Died aged 31. By Manning  
 Harmston - All Saints 
Left: Sir George Thorold (1722) Former Lord Mayor of London. Bust wearing wig plus a pair of weeping putti.

Right: Sir Samuel Thorold (1738) similar to above but no wig.
Haxey - St Nicholas  

15th century priest
Heydour - St Michael

Right: Sir Michael (1746) Two life sized seated figures, between which a sarcophagus with urn; by Peter Scheemakers.

An exceptionally good set in the Newton family chapel:
Abigail Newton (1688), large wall monument by William Stanton
Sir John (1734) Tablet by Rysbrack
Lady Newton (1737) Standing monument with black sarcophagus with bust on top; by Peter Scheemakers.

Margaret, Countess of Coningsby (1761),Daughter-in-law of above; tablet by  Rysbrack

Holbeach - All Saints

St Wilfred

Left: Thomas Hussey (1697) bust with wig.William Smith (1552) incised slab on tomb chest
Dame Sarah Hussey (1714) three cherubs head above inscription

Houghton - All Saints

Left: Revd George Thorold AM, Rector of Houghton-cum-Marston (1823) books and chalice by P Rouw the Younger
Sir Hugh de Bussey (1306)
cross legged knight

Arthur William Thorold (1853) marble by Boucheau of London
Horbling - St Andrew     

Sir Thomas de la Launde (ex 1470) With is nephew Sir Robert Wells he led a Lancastrian rebellion against Edward IV leading to the battle of Losecoat Field. They were both captured and executed in Grantham a week later.

Hough-on-the-Hill - All Saints

Left:Arabella Ashton, wife of William Ashton of Brandon, Lincs (1792) She died age 42 giving birth to her eleventh child. The monument also to three of her children: Sancta, Charlotte and Catherine. By J Wallis
Right:William Ashton (1826)
age 72. By  R Marshall
Edward Payne (1728)
standing monment of white sarcophagus before black obelisk. By Benjamin Palmer c. 1742

Thomas Payne (1642) identical, also by Palmer
John Marris (1785) by Edward Tatem
Francis Musson (1837) by Collingwood of Grantham
Howell - St Oswald
Right: Lady & Child (14th century) Bust of lady in relief under a trefoil arch on a grave slab; below this is repeated with the bust of her daughter.

Large grave slab with primitive crosses.

John Crosby, Rector (1470) incised slab with the figure under a canopy
Sir Charles Dymock Jacobean with kneelers
John Spenser, Rector 1424-48 inscription on the base of the  remains of the medieval cross in the church yard
Irnham - St Andrew

Sir Andrew Luttrell 1390

Kelstern - St Faith

Left: Richard Parnell Booth of Culverthorpe  (1837) by John Earl of Hull

Elizabeth South (1604)
Alabaster standing monument. She is seated frontally, on her left a putto with spade and on her right a putto with skull and extinguished torch. Clock face in one of the spandrels of the arch above

Kingerby - St Peter
(Churches Conservation Trust)

Left & above : Knight (late 14th century)

Above right: Knight (14th century)  puppies by the pillow
Far right: A Disney knight (late 14th century) only upper part of figure and shoes appear.
Also (not shown) Cecilia Young (1830) tablet by Durance of Lincoln; Other members of family have tablets also probably by the same
Laughton - All Saints

Above: Hugo Francis Maynell-Ingram and  his wife Emily Charlotte by T. Woolner (1874). There is another of these monuments at Hoare Cross, Staffordshire
Left: Lady c 1300 The face has been recut
Right: Brass of member of the D'Alison or Dalison family c 1400. It is now on the tomb of William (1546) and George Dalison (1549); the inscription records making the tomb in 1556 in the reign of King Philip and Queen Mary.
Leadenham - St Swithun

Elizabethan tablet with coat of arms.

Lady Jane Sherard (1851): mourning kneeling woman by an urn; by Gaffin.
Frances Reeve (1851): kneeling young woman; by T Gaffin.
General John Reeve and wife (both 1864): with figures of Faith and Hope; by Burke.
There are many other 18th and 19 century tablets.
Good slate headstones in the church yard.

Lea - St Helen
Sir John de Treeampton (1350)
 Lenton - St. Peter

Left: Armyne Family (erected 1605) Large limestone monument on the north wall of the chancel.
Above: Jane Chaworth (1606) Alabaster with a strapwork frame and inscription on south wall of the chancel.
Mrs Chaworth had 12 sons and 4 daughters.

With thanks to Elizabeth Heaton who contributed these photographs.

Linwood - St Cornelius

John & Alice Lyndewood (1419) with four sons and three daughters. These two brasses were commissioned by the second son William, Bishop of St Davids. John Lyndewood (1421) wool merchant: note the sack with merchant's mark. Eldest son of John & Alice.
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