Chichester Cathedral Table of Graves - Sanctuary

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Date: 1075 [unknown]
Location: Chichester, Chichester District, West Sussex, Englandmap
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Cemetery Chichester Cathedral - Sanctuary, Chichester, West Sussex, England

See Chichester Cathedral Sanctuary & Churchyard for information about the cathedral.

On this page are photos of floorplates and memorial plaques for those buried inside the Cathedral.

Photos Name Birth Death Transcription
Lieut George Pigot Alms 1782 SACRED to the memory of Lieut, George Pigot Alms, of the Royal Navy, ° Who was Killed on board the SUPERBE, in an Action with the FRENCH Fleet ° in the EAST INDIES on th 12th of APRIL, 1782, in the 16th Year of his Age. He was the Eldest Son of Capt. JAMES ALMS, who commanded the MONMOUTH, with the most exemplary Bravery, in the same Engagement. ° He lived the Pride and Hope of his Parents; ° the Delight and Admiration of his Friends, the rising Ornament of his Country, and fell GLORIOUSLY in the Discharge of the Duties of his Profession honoured and lamented by all who knew him. Impressed with the bitterest Affliction and at a time that her Husband was still fighting his country's Battles ° in INDIA, ° his fond, and disconsolate Mother ° CAUSED THIS MONUMENT ° to be erected.
Capt. James Alms 1728 1791 Sacred to the Memory of JAMES ALMS Esq. ° Captain in the Royal Navy ° Who, reared from early youth to that profession, Uniformly discharged on the most trying occasions, its important duties with zeal, fortitude, and knowledge, and by a long series of active and meritorious services, in both the Indies, on occasions most important and in dangers extreme, gained honor to himself and credit to his Country.
Ann Ashburnham

Rev. Charles Ashburnham

Anna Frances Ashburnham

Charles Ashburnham









In Memory of The Reverend CHARLES ASHBURNHAM ° MA Premptor and Canon Residentuary ° of this Cathedral, died the 16, of December 1800 ° Aged 77 Years. . . .

Also of ANN ASHBURNHAM ° Wife of the above ° who died May 6th, 1825 ° Aged 82 years.

ANNA FRANCES ASHBURNHAM ° Daughter of the above ° Died Dec. 29th 18__ °

And of CHARLES ASHBURNEHAM ° Son of the above ° . . . (missing additional photo for transcription.)

Margaret (Mill) Ball

Rev. Thomas Ball





In Memory of ° the Reverend THOMAS BALL ° Archdeacon and Dean of this Cathedral, ° Who Died in His Seventy-Fourth Year ° MDCCLXX, ° And of MARGARET His Wife ° Daughter and CoHeiress of William Mill Esqr. ° She Was Married at the Age of Twenty, in MDCCXXXII ° And, Having Survived Her Husband Thirteen Years ° Was Again United to Him in the Adjacent Grave. ° This Monument Was Erected ° According to His Desire, and Testamentary Appointment ° Not to Commemorate Ostentatiously ° The Virtues of the Deceased ° But to Remain a Faithful Evidence ° Of Their Affectionate Union.

THOMAS BALL A.M. ° (illegible Latin) DECANUS ° OBIIT LULII 19 ° A.D. 1770 ° AET 75

Bishop George Kennedy Allen Bell 1883 1958
Henry Binsteed 1747
Mary Binsteed 1694 1724
Elizabeth (Heron) Buckner

Bishop John Buckner





Beneath This Stone ° Lie the Remains of ° ELIZABETH BUCKNER ° Wife of ° The Rev. JOHN BUCKNER L.L.D ° Prebendary of This Cathedral ° Who Died ° July 21st 1789 ° Aged _0 Years . . . .

. . . In the Same Vault Also Lies the Body of the Said JOHN BUCKNER Who in 1790 Was Elected Canon Residentiary of This Cathedral, In 1792 Appointed Archdeacon and in 1798 Consecrated Bishop of Chichester. He died 14 May 1824. ° Aged 89 Years 11 Months.

Frederick Joseph William Crowe 1864 1931 In Loving Memory of FREDERICK JOSEPH WILLIAM CROWE ° Entered into Rest April 9th 1931 Aged 67 ° Organist of This Cathedral 1902-1921° This Tablet Was Given By The Staff & Students of Bishop Otter College.
Bishop George Day 1501 1556
Frances Heron 1748 1809 . . . Mis. FRANCES HERON ° Died Novr. 1st 1809 ° Aged 61 . . .
Gustav Holst 1874 1934 GUSTAV HOLST ° 1874-1934 ° The Heaveanly Spheres Make Music For Us.
Rev. Dr. Henry King, Bishop of Chichester 1592 1669 H. S. E. HENRICVS KING Episcopus Cicestrensis Johannis King Episcopi olim Londinenisis Filius natu maximus. Antiqua eaq Regia Saxonum apud Damnonios in agro Deuoniensi, prosapia oriundus. Natalium splendore illustris Pietate Doctrina & Vitutibus illustratior. Quem Ecclesiæ & Principi constans Fides, Excelsa indoles & altissima Erudirio, Singularis Morum suavitas & Facilis Cosuetudo Doctis Bonisq omnibus ita conciliaverant, Ut Episcopus Regi Duarus Populo dilectus, Non minus in Diocesi vita atq Exemplo, Quam Facundia in Concioniburs regnaret. - Obijt Prid. Kalendas Octobris Anno -{ Æræ Xianæ MDCLXIX , Ætatis suæ LXXVII
luxta Patrem hic subtus dormit Filius natu major Johannes King; Cujus Vidua, (Anna GULIELMI Russell de Strensham in agro Vigorniensi Equitis & Baronetti Filia) Utriusq memoria, (Cum Soceri admodum Reverendi Tum Conjugis Charissimi) Hoc sax perenniorem voluit.
Thomas Weelkes 1576 1623 Remember in the Lord ° THOMAS WEELKES ° The Great Elizabethan Composer Organist of Winchester College 1598 and of This Cathedral Church From 1602 Until His Death. ° He died on 30 November 1623 and was buried at St. Brides Church, Fleet Street, London.
Edmund Woods 1750 1833
Mary Anne (Woods) Woodrooffe

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