No.56. Underneath this stone are deposited the remains of Grace Margaret Oxley, the only daughter of Charles Oxley, Esq., of this City, who departed this life April 5th, A.D. 1841.

No.57. Charles Oxley, A M., 1676: Judith, his wife, 1721; Judith, their daughter, 1731.

The Monuments in the South Transept.

No.58. Sacred to the memory of George Snowdon, of Ripon, who departed this life the 4th of Novr., 1807, aged 44 years; also, William, his son, died June the 24th, 1807, aged 1 year.

No.59. To the memory of James Maister, Esquire, late Captain in the Rifle Brigade. Beloved and esteemed while living, he died deeply lamented, Aug. 11th, 1834, in the 31st year of his age.

No.60. Not lost but gone before. Near this place are deposited the remains of the Rev. John Brown, B.A., who (after a lingering illness which he bore with exemplary fortitude) departed this life the 5th of Octr., 1807, aged 38. His truly afflicted widow caused this monument to be erected as a small tribute of affection to the memory of a beloved husband. He lived in a faithful performance of every christian duty, and died the death of the righteous.

No.61. Sacred to the memory of John Ewbank, Alderman of this Borough, who departed this life the 9th of July, 1816, aged 82 years; also to the memory of Mary, his wife, who died 14th Feby., 1768, aged 28 years; also, Ann Darnbrough, daughter of the above Aldm. Ewbank, who died at Redcar on the 14th August, 1838, aged 75 years.

No.62. The good are remembered longer than the great. Sacred to the memory of Wm. Downing, Esqr., of Studley. He died Janry. 12th, 1813, aged 60 years, justly esteemed. His loss will be truly deplored by his family and friends, and his memory be long revered. Near here lie the remains of Emma, daughter of the above, who died Augst. 16th, 1810, aged 15 years.

No.63. In remembrance of George Ball, a native of Newark, who departed this life the 31st May, 1833, aged 38 years. This tablet is erected to his memory by his friends as a token of their esteem.

No.64. This tablet is erected to perpetuate the memory of Benjamin Mitchell, formerly Land Surveyor, Ripon, who died July 22nd, 1826, aged 79 years, he was interred in the church yard of Aldborough, near Boro'bridge; also, in remembrance of