, http://www.kasresearch.com/Mis/MIsLee.htm - 5. A tomb with coat of arms. [a drawing] North side. Lieutenant Colonel Henry Roper of the 66th Regiment of Foot only brother to the Right Honourable Lord Dacre died 22nd of December 1788 aged 41 Mrs Barbara Newland Relict of Edmund Newland esq Aunt to the Right Honourable Lady Dacre died 23rd of January 1790 aged 79. South side. Sacred to the Right Honourable Trevor Charles Roper Baron Dacre born the 25th June 1745. Married the 2nd of March 1773 Mary Jane daughter of Sir Thomas Fludyer Kt and died at his seat in this parish 3rd of July 1794 aged 49 most universally and deservedly lamented. He was a most devout and pious Christian strictly attentive to the performance of every duty to God and man a loyal and faithful subject a zealous supporter of his King and Country a dutiful son affectionate brother a gentle master sincere friend humane benefactor to the poor and a firm protector of the distressed he was a most kind constant and tender husband to his truly afflicted widow who as a testimonial of their distinguished unclouded union for upwards of 21 years their unexampled happiness and of the unbounded confidence in which they lived and as a sincere token of her real gratitude for his uniform endearing affection and particular generosity her deep felt sorrow and tenderest remembrance has erected this unadorned monument and herself inscribed these well known truths to his beloved memory convinced they are most cousonant to the purity of his life his mild disposition his amiable temper and genuine character and his numberless virtues his great benevolence and engaging manners are so universally allowed their loss so truly regretted by every rank and that her unabating attachment and sincere affection are so fully known there can be no stronger acknowledgment of his eminent perfections and her heartfelt grief The meek Christian adorned with perfect faith the virtuous man accompanied by good works relied through divine mediation with humble hope upon the mercy of his god. The resigned Christian submits with pious faith to the will of her God and trusts through the same intercession to his mercy with brightest hope of lasting reunion in eternal bliss. His faithful and mournful widow survived her beloved and deeply lamented husband 14 years 8 months and 8 days and died at her seat in this parish 11th of September 1808 aged 53. Her conduct evinced meek resignation and firm faith constant affection and sincere remembrance and she lived a striking example of submission and trust attachment and hope.