Friday, January 12, 2007

(ref.535) In hope of external life, here are entered the mortal remains of ISAAC BURGESS Esquire, Lieutenant Colonel of the Pendennic Artiillery Local Militia, and Surveyor General of His Majesty's Customs; who to soundness of judgment Amiableness of disposition, Amenity of manners, And benevolence the most active, Added the graces and virtues of genuine Christianity He closed a life, devoted to the service of his country and his God, June 14, 1818.

(ref.509) PHILLIP SPENCER, son of John and Charlotte ASPINALL, departed this life on the 7th of January 1929, aged 12 months. Sacred to the memory of MARGARET ASPINALL, wife of Henry Kelsall Aspinall, of Birkenhead, died June 23rd, 1906, aged 84. 'She is not dead but sleepeth'. Also of the above HENRY KELSALL ASPINALL, died March 28th, 1908, aged 93, 'With Christ which is far better'. Also of FREDRICK, youngest son of the above, who died at Vancouver, on May 3rd, 191 1, aged 51 years. Also of HARRY ASPINALL, fourth son of the above, who died October 12th, 1929, aged 71 years 'He hath done all things well'. The burial place of JOHN ASPINALL.

(ref.433) Sacred to the memory of KATHERINE, aged 10 months, FANNY, aged 1 day, EDWARD, aged 1 year and 9 months, JESSIE FORSYTH, aged 6 months. The beloved children of the Rev. Andrew KNOX and Katherine his wife. 'He shall gather the lambs with his arm and carry them in His bosom'lsaiahXL.11 Also sacred to the memory of the above named KATHERINE KNOX, who fell asleep in Jesus May 29th, 1868, aged 69 years. 'To me to live is Christ and to die is gain' Phil 1 ver2l. Also of the above named REVD. ANDREW KNOX, Vicar of this parish who fell asleep in Jesus October 12th, 1881, aged 85 years. 'With long life will I satisfy him and shew him my salvation' Ps xci.16. John xvi.24.

(ref.423) In memory of WILLIAM BICKERTON, for 40 years in the parish of Birkenhead, a friend to childhood, a guide to youth, a counsellor to manhood, and a teacher beloved by all, Born 24th November 1824 - Died 12th June, 1883. 'Faithful unto death' In many lands, by many hearts, His memory is blest; While we at home in gratitude Thus mark his place of rest 'He rests from his labours'

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