stone below. A century ago, tradition recounted that it covered the body of an Irish Prince, who died at Ripon on his return from Palestine, whence he had brought a lion that followed him with all the docility and faithfulness of a spaniel."—Walbran's Ripon and Harrogate.
No. 11. Sacred to the memory of John Hodgson, of Copt Hewick, who departed this life, April 30th, 1803, aged 65 years; also to the memory of his wife Sarah Hodgson, who died the 23rd of Decr., 1826, aged 84 years.
No. 12. In affectionate remembrance of Mary Brunton, who died Febry. 1st, 1825, in the 46th year of her age; also, of Jane Brunton, sister of the above named Mary Brunton, and wife of Michael Brunton, Esqr., of Richmond. She died October 3rd, 1836, in the 60th year of her age.
No. 13. Sacred to the memory of Christopher Oxley, Esqr., who departed this life the 10th day of August, 1803, in the 74th year of his age. He was thrice married; by his first wife he had issue Frances and Juliana; by his second, two children who died in their infancy; and by his third, one son Charles. His widow caused this monument to be erected. Dorothy, relict of the above Christopher Oxley, departed this life, March 31st, 1820, aged 76 years.
No. 14. Sacred to the memory of James Moore Bowman, Esquire, of this place, surgeon, who departed this life November 16th, 1834, aged 46 years; also of his infant son.
No. 15. Sacred to the remains of Thomas Terry, Esqr., senior Alderman of this Corporation, who departed this life Dec. the 14th, 1811, aged 62 years; also, of Anna, the beloved wife of the said Thomas Terry, who died the 19th of February, 1821, aged 76 years, and of William, their son, aged 8 years. "We know that our Redeemer liveth."