No. 218. Erected in memory of Elizabeth, the wife of Miles Wilson of Ripon, who departed this life the 8th day of July, 1793, aged 43 years. May she be numbered among the children of God, and her lot be among the saints.
No. 219. Sacred to the memory of Robert Webster of Studley, who came to his "grave in a full age, like a shock of corn cometh in his season," he departed this life the 16th day of January, 1843, in the 94th year of his age. Piety, uprightness, and honesty marked his earthly course, he lived and died in love to God and good will to man.
No. 220. Here lieth the body of Elizabeth, the wife of Francis Cooper, Senior, of Littlethorpe, who departed this life Octr. 6th, 1776, aged 42 years; also, Sarah, second wife of Francis Cooper, Senior, who departed this life Decr. 28th, 1815, aged 73 years; also, Francis Cooper, Senior, of Littlethorpe, who departed this life April 18th, 1817, aged 70 years.
No. 221. Here lies the body of Francis Cooper, Junior, of Littlethorpe, who died January 4th, 1810, aged 38 years ; also, of George Francis, the dearly beloved son of Joseph and Mary Cooper of this Town, who died March 29th, 1835, aged 4 years.
No. 222. To the memory of Thomas, Ann, John, Hannah, Eliza, and Richard Scruton of Ripon, who died in their childhood.
Bold infidelity, turn pale and die!
Near to this stone six infants' ashes lie,
Say, are they lost or saved.
If death's by sin, they sinn'd because they're here,
If heaven's by works, in heaven they can't appear;
Reason, ah how deprav'd.
Revere the Bible's sacred page, tbe knot's unty'd,
They dy'd for Adam sinn'd, they live for Jesus dy'd.
Also, Thomas Scruton, father of the above children, died Febry. 23rd, 1820, aged 58 years; also, Thomas Scruton died May 5th, 1802, aged 2 months; also, of Matthew Scruton, son of Thomas and Hannah Scruton, died at London May 7th, 1825, aged 26 years, and was buried in Bunhill Fields; and, of Hannah Scruton, relict of the above Thomas Scruton, who after a long and painful illness borne with christian like fortitude, departed this life March 29th, 1835, aged 68 years. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."
No. 223. Hannah Dickinson, wife of Alexander Dickinson, who died 24th November, 1815, aged 29 years; also, three children who died in their infancy.