William and Ann
William’s inscription reads
This languishing head is
Its thinking and aching are o’er
This quiet immovable breast
Is heav’d by affliction no more.
This heart is no longer the seat
Of troubles and torturing pain
It ceases to flutter and beet
It never shall flutter again
This is taken from the sermons of Joseph Benson, and it would appear that
someone thought that William was having a few problems, maybe his supposed
malaria? On the right above are the headstones of Charles and Mary,
Isabella’s uncle and aunt, as a loving couple.
Charles & Mary Loseby