Elizabeth, his widow, who died Octr. 31st, 1838, aged 64 years. She was buried in the church yard near the southern door of this Cathedral.
No. 65. To the memory of William Weddell, Esq., of Newby, in whom every virtue that ennobles the mind was united with every elegance that adorns it. This monument, a faint emblem of his refined taste, is dedicated by his widow.
Whom what awaits while yet she strays
Along the lonely vale of days,
A pang, to secret sorrow dear,
A sigh, an unavailing tear,
Till time shall every grieve remove
With life with memory, and with love.
No. 66. Sacred to the memory of Deborah, wife of Thomas Metcalfe, Esqr., who died the 10th of May, 1820, aged 73 years. She was a dutiful and affectionate wife, and bore a long and painful illness with great patience and christian fortitude. She was the daughter of Thomas Preston, Esqr., late of this town. Also, of the above named Thos. Metcalfe, Esqr., who died Jany. 23rd, 1823, aged 67 years.
No. 67. In the vault beneath are deposited the Right Honourable John Aislabie, dyed 1742, aged 71, of Studley Royal; he married Anne, the daughter of Sir William Rawlinson, and had issue William, Mary, and Jane; William Aislabie Esq., dyed 1781, aged 81; the Right Honourable Lady Eliz. Aislabie, daughter of John, Earl of Exeter, and wife of William Aislabie, Esquire, dyed 1733, aged 26; also four of their children, John Aislabie dyed 1765, aged 40; William Aislabie dyed 1759, aged 30; Jenny Maria and Judith who died in their infancy. Elizabeth Aislabie, daughter of Sir Charles Vernon, Knight, and second wife of William Aislabie Esquire, dyed 1780, aged 58; also, their two children Charles Rawlinson and Belinda, who died in their infancy.
No. 68. Here lieth Sir John Mallorie, of Great Studley, alias Studley Royal, in the county of York, Knt., a loyall subject to his Prince, whoe marryed Mary, one of ye daughters and co-heires of John Moseley, of the Citty of York, Esq., and upon ye 23rd of January, 1655, and in ye 45th yeare of his age departed this life. He had 7 children, 6 daughters and one son William Mallorie, whoe dyed ye 9th of Feb., 1666, and in ye 20th yeare of his age, and was buryed neare this monument, which ye Lady Mallorie, in the year 1678, in memory of her husband and son, caused to be erected.