liam Askwith, born in 1681, and died Jany. 7th, 1724, aged 43 years; also, William Askwith, son of the above, born Augt. 30th, 1712, and died June 23rd, 1776, aged 64; also, William Askwith, son of the above, born Septr. 3rd, 1740, and died Jany. 28th, 1814, aged 74 years; also , William Askwith, son of the above, born March the 13th, 1780, and died May 9th, 1803, aged 23 years; Jane, wife of William Askwith, died Septr. 29th, 1841, aged 90 years ; here lies interred the body of Rebecca, wife of the first William Askwith, who died Decr. 28th, 17—, aged 98 years.—(The rest defaced.) (At the side.)—In memory of Charlotte Askwith, the youngest orphan child of the late John Haddon Askwith, and Catherine his wife, who departed this life the 18th March, 1825, aged 1 year and 9 months. "The grass withereth, the flower fadeth, but the word of our God endureth for ever." (On the reverse side.)—In memory of Mary Anne Askwith, the third orphan daughter of the late John Haddon Askwith, Esq., and, Catherine, his wife, departed this life October 1st, 1831, aged 11 years. "In the way of righteousness is life; and in the pathway thereof there is no death."

No. 276. (On a flat stone.)—Here lieth the body of Mr. John Spence of this Town, who died Feby. the 9th, 1764, aged 67; also, Rachael his wife, daughter of Mr. Robert Jefferson of Littlethorpe, who died Novr. 17th, 1766, aged 54. (The rest defaced.)

No. 277. Here lieth the body of Sarah, the wife of George Bland of Ripon, who departed this life July the 20th, 1805, aged 60 years; also, George Bland her husband, who departed this life September the 1st, 1807, aged 47 years.

No. 278. Sacred to the memory of Elizabeth the wife of Thomas Mainman, who departed this life the 16th of October, 1794, aged 52 years; also to the memory of Catharine his second wife, who departed this life the 15th of May, 1798, aged 42 years; likewise, Mary third wife of the above Thomas Mainman, the departed this life 23rd April, 1823, in the 58th year of her age; the above Thomas Mainman departed this life Octr. 6th, 1826, aged 76 years.

No. 279. Here lieth the body of Mary the wife of John Parkinson, Bricklayer, who departed this life Decr. 23rd, 1804, aged 59 years; also, Mary Parkinson, daughter of the above, departed this life the 7th day of June, 1809, in the 26th year of her age, much lamented by all who knew her; John Parkinson, her father, died the 26th of Sepr., 1826, aged 75 years.