Post-Medieval

Baroque

Thomas Burman 1618-1674

After 1657. Monument to John Dutton. Sculpted by Thomas Burman 1618-1674. A shrouded upright effigy in white marble within a round-headed niche flanked by black marble columns with Corinthian capitals and scrolled pediment with the Sherborne arms at the centre, above. Inscription plaques either side. Inscription to John Dutton below.[Monument to John Dutton 1594-1657]

Maximillian Colt -a1641

After 1626. Monument to William Cavendish 1st Earl Devonshire and Henry Cavendish. The two bodies under a low four-poster with black Ionic columns and black covering slab. Henry appears as a skeleton on a straw mat, William in his shroud with his face exposed. Extremely grand architecture above the two martial flanking figures, then arches with, on the left armour, and on the right purple, coronet, and sword hung up, and in the middle an angel holding the black inscription tablet and blowing a trumpet. The whole is surmounted by a big broken pediment. The monument has been attributed to Maximillian Colt -a1641. [Monument to William Cavendish 1st Earl Devonshire 1552-1626 and Henry Cavendish 1550-1616]

William Stanton 1639-1705

After 1702. Monument to Richard Francis Shireburn 1693-1702. Sculpted by William Stanton 1639-1705. Figure of boy against reredos background, with cherubs. [Monument to Richard Shireburn and Maude Bold]

Grinling Gibbons 1648-1721

After 1683. Monument to Baptist Noel 3rd Viscount Campden. Sculpted by Grinling Gibbons 1648-1721. [Monument to Baptist Noel 3rd Viscount Campden 1611-1683]

Pierre-Étienne Monnot 1657-1733

After 29 Aug 1700. Monument to John Cecil 5th Earl Exeter. Sculpted by Pierre-Étienne Monnot 1657-1733. [Monument to John Cecil 5th Earl Exeter 1648-1700]

Josuah Marshall

After 1643. Monument to Edward Noel 2nd Viscount Campden and Juliana Hicks 2nd Viscount Campden. Sculpted by Josuah Marshall in 1664. A striking and macabre work with standing effigies at the doors of Heaven. [Monument to Edward Noel 2nd Viscount Campden 1582-1643 and Juliana Hicks 2nd Viscount Campden]

N Hedges

Monument to Joseph Ashley -1738. Grey and white marble architectural wall tablet with pediment and winged cherubs heads below. Signed by N Hedges.

Monument to Moses Ashley -1740. Grey and white marble wall monument with portrait bust in roundel sculpted by N Hedges.

Thomas Green of Camberwell

Monument to Richard Welby -1714. Sculpted by Thomas Green of Camberwell. The fully wigged standing life sized figure of the deceased stands in an arched surround flanked by fluted pilasters with acanthus scrolls and broken segmental pediment contaning a cherub and putti leaning down from heaven holding a metal coronet, surmounted by an achievement. Beneath is he inscription panel and to either side putti holding memento mori, and mourning, one with tears.

Neoclassical

Giovanni Battista Guelfi 1690-

Monument to Anne Brudenell (wife of Charles Lennox). by Giovanni Battista Guelfi 1690- on the west wall of the transept. Bust set against square surround with flanking caryatids, metope frieze and pediment over.

Peter Scheemaeckers 1691-1781

Monument to Robert Bertie. Sculpted by Peter Scheemaeckers 1691-1781 and Henry Cheere 1703-1781. A classical aedicule with Corinthian capitals supporting open dentillated pediment with garland, urns and putti. Before the aedicule a rounded pedestal supports a marble image of the deceased attired as a Roman General.

Monuments to West Family. That on the left signed Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856. That in the middle sculpted by Peter Scheemaeckers 1691-1781 and James 'Athenian' Stuart 1713-1788.

John Michael Rysbrack 1694-1770

After 1708. Monument to Edward Seymour 4th Baronet Seymour. Sculpted by John Michael Rysbrack 1694-1770; white marble reclining figure in front of tablet with pediment with cherubs, scrolled pediment with arms over. [Monument to Edward Seymour 4th Baronet Seymour 1633-1708]

After 1743. Monument to John Dutton 2nd Baronet Dutton. Sculpted by John Michael Rysbrack 1694-1770. [Monument to John Dutton 2nd Baronet Dutton 1683-1743]

In 1763 John Michael Rysbrack 1694-1770 sculpted the Monument to John Curzon and Joan Bagot. [Monument to Nathaniel Curzon 4th Baronet Kedleston 1676-1758]

Monument to Gilbert Heathcote -1733. Sculpted by John Michael Rysbrack 1694-1770.

Louis-François Roubiliac 1702-1762

Monument to George Lynn -1621. Attributed to Louis-François Roubiliac 1702-1762. Similar in style to the Roubiliac monuments in St Edmund's Church. Grey and white marble with oval medallion of deceased suspended from broad flat obelisk; drapery below and seated female figure to right, leaning against urn.

Monument to Peregrine Bertie 2nd Duke Ancaster and Kesteven. Sculpted by Louis-François Roubiliac 1702-1762. Flat obelisk before which stands life sized carving of the deceased leaning on an urn, in Roman dress, a putto holding a medallion of Jane Brownlow. On the south side a monument to the Third Duke of Ancaster, d.1778 and Fourth Duke, d.1779, by Charles Harris of London. Pointed back panel of black marble before which is a carving of the deceased seated in ducal robes, holding a cameo of the Duchess, beside him stands the fourth Duke in Roman dress. The figures are flanked by urns. The base is carved with flutes and paterae and to the centre are bronze plates bearing the memorial inscription. [Monument to Peregrine Bertie 3rd Duke Ancaster and Kesteven 1714-1778]

Monument to John Montagu 2nd Duke Montagu. Sculpted by Louis-François Roubiliac 1702-1762. [Monument to John Montagu 2nd Duke Montagu 1690-1749]

Monument to Mary Churchill 2nd Duke Montagu. Sculpted by Louis-François Roubiliac 1702-1762. [Monument to Mary Churchill 1689-1751]

Henry Cheere 1703-1781

Monument to Robert Bertie. Sculpted by Peter Scheemaeckers 1691-1781 and Henry Cheere 1703-1781. A classical aedicule with Corinthian capitals supporting open dentillated pediment with garland, urns and putti. Before the aedicule a rounded pedestal supports a marble image of the deceased attired as a Roman General.

James 'Athenian' Stuart 1713-1788

Monuments to West Family. That on the left signed Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856. That in the middle sculpted by Peter Scheemaeckers 1691-1781 and James 'Athenian' Stuart 1713-1788.

John Bacon 1740-1799

After 1800. Monument to Henry Willoughby 5th Baron Middleton, Francis Willoughby 3rd Baron Middleton, Thomas Willoughby 4th Baron Middleton and Dorothy Cartright. Sculpted by John Bacon 1740-1799. [Monument to Henry Willoughby 5th Baron Middleton 1726-1800, Francis Willoughby 3rd Baron Middleton 1726-1774, Thomas Willoughby 4th Baron Middleton 1728-1781 and Dorothy Cartright]

Monument to John Bentley Ashley -1761. Sculpted by John Bacon 1740-1799 in 1785.
Standing wall monument with two large allegorical figures flanking the inscription. Above them is a sarcophagus on which is a Roman lamp on front of a black obelisk.
Also to James Ashley -1798. Simple wall monument with urn and obelisk.
Also to Jane Ashley died 13 Jun 1784 and by whose will the monument was erected.

Thomas Banks 1735-1805

After 19 Mar 1791. Penelope's Tomb. Sculpted by Thomas Banks 1735-1805. Her epitaph reads She was in form and intellect most exquisite. The unfortunate Parents ventured their all on this frail Bark. And the wreck was total

Charles Harris of London

Monument to Peregrine Bertie 2nd Duke Ancaster and Kesteven. Sculpted by Louis-François Roubiliac 1702-1762. Flat obelisk before which stands life sized carving of the deceased leaning on an urn, in Roman dress, a putto holding a medallion of Jane Brownlow. On the south side a monument to the Third Duke of Ancaster, d.1778 and Fourth Duke, d.1779, by Charles Harris of London. Pointed back panel of black marble before which is a carving of the deceased seated in ducal robes, holding a cameo of the Duchess, beside him stands the fourth Duke in Roman dress. The figures are flanked by urns. The base is carved with flutes and paterae and to the centre are bronze plates bearing the memorial inscription. [Monument to Peregrine Bertie 3rd Duke Ancaster and Kesteven 1714-1778]

Richard Westmacott I 1747-1808

After 1776. Monument to James Lenox Dutton and his second wife Jane Bond. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott I 1747-1808 in 1791. Remarkble for the quality of the carving and the stone (probably Carrara Marble) and the skeleton. Believed to be called Immortality Trampling Death. Life-sized angel leans on a medallion with profiles of the deceased, underfoot a prostrate skeleton (representing death). [Monument to James Lenox Dutton 1713-1776 and his second wife Jane Bond -1776]

After 1806. Memorial to Andrew Newton -1806. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott I 1747-1808.

Monument to James West -1795, James West -1777 and James West -1838. That on the left. Grecian with standing mourner, sculpted by Richard Westmacott I 1747-1808. On the right, Grecian style with figures of Faith and Hope, scultped by Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856.

Peter Matthias van Gelder 1739-1809

Monument to Mary Montagu. Sculpted by Peter Matthias van Gelder 1739-1809. [Monument to Mary Montagu]

Antonio Trentanove 1745-1812

After 1876. Memorial to Corisande Emma Bennet. Sculpted by Antonio Trentanove 1745-1812. [Memorial to Corisande Emma Bennet]

Joseph Nollekens 1737-1823

In 1787 Joseph Nollekens 1737-1823 sculpted the Monument to Bennett Noel and Elizabeth Adams. [Monument to Bennett Noel -1766 and Elizabeth Adams -1784]

In 1787 Joseph Nollekens 1737-1823 sculpted the Monument to Baptist Noel 4th Earl Gainsborough, Elizabeth Chapman and Thomas Noel (82) [Monument to Baptist Noel 4th Earl Gainsborough 1708-1751, Elizabeth Chapman 1708-1771 and Thomas Noel 1705-1788]

After 1789. Monument to Maria Archer. Sculpted by Joseph Nollekens 1737-1823, said to be his finest work, entitled Faith. [Monument to Maria Archer 1768-1789]

Monument to Peter Burrell. Sculpted by Joseph Nollekens 1737-1823. Freestanding square marble shaft bears a bust.

John Flaxman 1755-1826

After 1815. Memorial to Harriet Susan Dashwood Sculpted by John Flaxman 1755-1826. [Memorial to Harriet Susan Dashwood 1783-1815]

Nicholas Stone

After 1629 a sumptious marble canopied and colonaded monument to Baptist Hicks 1st Viscount Campden and Elizabeth May was erected; possibly by Nicholas Stone. [Monument to Baptist Hicks 1st Viscount Campden -1629 and Elizabeth May]

Romanticism

Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856

After 1815. Monument to Caroline Anne Julie Campbell. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856. [Monument to Caroline Anne Julie Campbell -1815]

After 1822. Monument to Thomas Warren Bulkeley 7th Viscount Warren Bulkeley. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856. [Monument to Thomas Warren Bulkeley 7th Viscount Warren Bulkeley 1752-1822]

After 1840. Memorial of George Errington. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856.

After 1842. Monument to William Harry Vane 1st Duke Cleveland. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856. [Monument to William Harry Vane 1st Duke Cleveland 1766-1842]

Monument to Brownlow Bertie. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856. A handsome white marble wall tablet in Grecian style depicting deceased and wife on a catafalque with mourning female figure, flanked by mother, children and angel. Above a scrolled cornice with Ducal coronet and palm. Beneath a rectangular inscription panel, flanked by scrolled brackets.

Monument to Robert Henson. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856.

Monument to James West -1795, James West -1777 and James West -1838. That on the left. Grecian with standing mourner, sculpted by Richard Westmacott I 1747-1808. On the right, Grecian style with figures of Faith and Hope, scultped by Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856.

Monuments to West Family. That on the left signed Richard Westmacott II 1775-1856. That in the middle sculpted by Peter Scheemaeckers 1691-1781 and James 'Athenian' Stuart 1713-1788.

Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841

In 1816 Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 sculpted "Sleeping Children". Carrara Marble. The work commemorates the lives of Ellen-Jane and Marianne Robinson. Their mother had recently lost her husband, the Rev. W. Robinson, when her elder daughter was fatally burned after her nightdress caught fire; not long afterwards, the younger girl fell ill and died. Trebly bereaved, the mother had yearned for a monument, dwelling on the way the girls used to sleep affectionately twined in each other's arms. The children's drawing master had already called in Chantrey to make a mask of the younger child's face; so Chantrey set to work on a model of this universally admired masterpiece.

After 1820. Memorial to Charlotte Elizabeth Digby -1820. Sculpted by Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841.

In 1828 Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 sculpted the Monument to Francis Ingram-Seymour-Conway 2nd Marquess Hertford. Signed and dated 1828. Half reclining figure on high base.[Monument to Francis Ingram-Seymour-Conway 2nd Marquess Hertford 1743-1822]

In 1834 Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841 sculpted a monument to Mary Anne Boulton wife of Matthew Robinson Boulton. [Monument to Mary Anne Boulton wife of Matthew Robinson Boulton]

Memorial to Lieutenant General Sir George Prevost 1767-1816. Sculpted by Francis Leggatt Chantrey 1781-1841.

Joseph Gott 1785-1860

After 1820. Monument to the Daughters of Hugh Percy 2nd Duke Northumberland. Sculpted by Joseph Gott 1785-1860. [Monument to the Daughters of Hugh Percy 2nd Duke Northumberland 1742-1817]

Monument to Edward Hawkins Cheney of the Royal Scots Greys fighting at Waterloo. His horse shot, collapsing; one of four he rode into battle. He survived the battle dying in 1845.
The frieze below the sculpture depicts Sergeant Ewart, related to Cheney by marriage, seizing the French Eagle Standard.
Sculpted by Joseph Gott 1785-1860 who apprenticed to John Flaxman between 1798 and 1802. In 1822 Gott travelled to Rome and met Canova.

Robert Hall of Derby

After 1842. Monument to Thomas Coke 1st Earl Leicester. Made by Robert Hall of Derby with bust by Joseph Francis of London. [Monument to Thomas Coke 1st Earl Leicester 1754-1842]

Joseph Francis of London

After 1842. Monument to Thomas Coke 1st Earl Leicester. Made by Robert Hall of Derby with bust by Joseph Francis of London. [Monument to Thomas Coke 1st Earl Leicester 1754-1842]

Thomas Campbell 1790-1858

Monument to Elizabeth Montagu 3rd Duke Buccleuch. Sculpted by Thomas Campbell 1790-1858. Monument to Elizabeth Montagu 1743-1827]

William Behnes 1795-1864

Monument to Charlotte Botfield. Sculpted by William Behnes 1795-1864.

Richard Westmacott III 1799-1872

After 18 Nov 1834 Philip Yorke 3rd Earl Hardwicke was buried in a tomb by Richard Westmacott III 1799-1872. at St Andrew's Church

After 1846. Monument to Charlotte Lucy Beatrix Egerton who drowned in Rostherne Mere 10 Nov 1845 aged 21; the day before her wedding day. It isn't known whether it was accidental or suicide. Sculpted Richard Westmacott III 1799-1872. [Monument to Charlotte Lucy Beatrix Egerton 1824-1846]

Monument to those contained in the vault: Richard Fitzpatrick and Anne Robinson, their son John Fitzpatrick and his wife Evelyn Leveson-Gower, their son John Fitzpatrick and his wife Anne Liddell. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott III 1799-1872.

Monument to Anne Fitzpatrick. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott III 1799-1872.

William Theed 1804-1891

After 1820. Monument to James Dutton 1st Baron Sherborne. Sculpted by William Theed 1804-1891. Trefoil-headed niche containing full figure of a woman holding a cross. [Monument to James Dutton 1st Baron Sherborne 1744-1820]

After 1845, Monument to Elizabeth Howard. Sculpted by William Theed 1804-1891. [Monument to Elizabeth Howard 1803-1845]

Henry Weekes 1807-1877

Memorial to Percy Bysshe Shelley 1792-1822. Sculpted by Henry Weekes 1807-1877. The monument verse forty of fifty-five of Shelley's Adonaïs: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats, Author of Endymion, Hyperion, etc:
He has out-soared the shadow of our night;
Envy and calumny, and hate and pain,
And that unrest which men miscall delight,
Can touch him not and torture not again;
From the contagion of the world's slow stain
He is secure, and now can never mourn
A heart grown cold, a head grown gray in vain;
Nor when the spirit's self has ceased to burn,
With sparkless ashes load an unlamented urn.

[Memorial to Percy Bysshe Shelley 1792-1822]

Thomas Gaffin 1819-1869

After 1858. Monument to Anne Constance Dutton. Sculpted by Thomas Gaffin 1819-1869. [Monument to Anne Constance Dutton 1816-1858]

Thomas Woolner 1825-1892

After 1882. Monument to Frederick Cavendish. Sculpted by Thomas Woolner 1825-1892. Marble effigy on alabaster tomb chest. [Monument to Frederick Cavendish 1836-1882]

Edwardo Orlandini

In 1886. Monument to Gilbert Henry Chandos Leigh. Sculpted by Edwardo Orlandini in Florence. [Monument to Gilbert Henry Chandos Leigh 1851-1884]

Count Gleichen aka Prince Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg 1833-1891

In 1882 Count Gleichen aka Prince Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg 1833-1891 sculpted the Monument to George Hamilton Seymour-Conway. Seated figure on pedestal. [Monument to George Hamilton Seymour-Conway 1797-1880]

Joseph Edgar Boehm 1834-1890

Monument to James Brudenell 7th Earl Cardigan. Sculpted by Joseph Edgar Boehm 1834-1890. Recumbent effigies on sarcophagus, bronze sea horses at the bottom corners. [Monument to Monument to James Brudenell]

New Sculpture

Henry Hugh Armstead 1828-1905

After 1882. Francis Close. Dean of Carlisle Cathedral for 25 years. Sculpted by Henry Hugh Armstead 1828-1905.

Dinah Maria Mulock. Sculpted by Henry Hugh Armstead 1828-1905]

James Forsyth 1827-1910

After 1839. Monument to Madelina Lance -1839. A unusual tomb, known by some as a Zombie Tomb, showing Madelina emerging from her tomb with her child. Designed and sculpted by James Forsyth 1827-1910. [Monument to Madelina Lance -1839]

Before 1910. A magnificient Reredos sculpted in alabaster by James Forsyth 1827-1910.

Monument to Brownlow Bertie. Sculpted by James Forsyth 1827-1910 in 1883. An elaborate Gothic aedicule of limestone on the death of her daughter. Above the recessed inscription an achievement of arms of the Bertie's.

Effigy of Bishop James Atlay 1817-1894. Sculpted by James Forsyth 1827-1910.

John Adams-Acton 1830-1910

After 1869. Monument to Samuel Waldegrave Bishop Carlisle. Sculpted by John Adams-Acton 1830-1910. [Monument to Samuel Waldegrave]

Adolfo Apolloni 1855-1923

Monument to Frances Helene Forbes -1909. She the wife of Francis Dudley Leigh 3rd Baron Leigh. Sculpted by Adolfo Apolloni 1855-1923.

Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud 1858-1919

After 1899. Monument to Hugh Lupus Grosvenor 1st Duke Westminster. Sculpted by Léon-Joseph Chavalliaud 1858-1919. [Monument to Hugh Lupus Grosvenor 1st Duke Westminster]

George Frampton 1860-1928

After 1848. Monument to Gerald Valerian Wilson. Sculpted by George Frampton 1860-1928. Erected by his mother Florence Jane Helen Wellesley. [Monument to Gerald Valerian Wellesley 1770-1848]

After 1905. Monument to Isabel Innes-Kerr. Sculpted by George Frampton 1860-1928. She died in childbirth aged 26. [Monument to Isabel Innes-Kerr 1879-1905]

After 1907. Monument to Charles Henry Wilson 1st Baron Nunburnholme. Sculpted by George Frampton 1860-1928. Monument to Charles Henry Wilson 1st Baron Nunburnholme 1833-1907]

Statue of St George. Sculpted by George Frampton 1860-1928.

Bishop John Wordsworth 1843-1911. Sculpted by George Frampton 1860-1928.

Hamo Thornycroft 1850-1925

After 1884. Monument to William Owen Stanley. Sculpted by Hamo Thornycroft 1850-1925. Exceptionally finely carved; possibly the best sculpture in Wales. [Monument to William Owen Stanley 1802-1884]

After 1891. Harvey Goodwin, 58th Bishop Carlisle. Sculpted by Hamo Thornycroft 1850-1925.

Bertram McKennal 1863-1931

Memorial to Reverend Frederic Iremonger 1878-1952. Sculpted by Bertram McKennal 1863-1931.

Memorial to General Sir Redvers Henry Buller VC 1839-1908. Sculpted by Bertram McKennal 1863-1931.

Henry Alfred Pegram 1862-1937

Percy Bryant Baker 1881-1970

Monument to Archdeacon Hemming. Sculpted by Percy Bryant Baker 1881-1970.