We have attempted to provide some limited memorial information
here based on our own photographic and video work within the church. All
memorials below are in alphabetical order. (multiple images edited and joined for legibility and
completeness) Apologies if legibility is compromised but the best has been achieved in
the circumstances provided. BCDEFHL
John Bohun d 12 February 1691,
Mary Bohun, wife of John Bohun.
The above memorial presently resides in the Archdeacon's Court at the
south west end.
The inscription reads: "Near this place lyeth interred the
body of John Bohun of Finham in the County of Warwick Gentlemen who
departed This life the twentythird day of February 1691 together with
Mary Bohun his late Wife by whom he had one only daughter Named Mary who
after his death and in the life time of her Mother was Marryed to George
Lucy of Charlecote in the said County of Warwick Esqr
She died without Issue and lyeth Interred in the Parish Church of
Charlcote aforefaid the loffe of Her was much regretted by All that were
related to her In memory of whom and of Her faid Father this
Monument Was errected in perfueance of The last Will and Testament of
the Said Mary Bohun the Mother who departed this Life in the Seventyeth
year of Her age and in the Seventeenth Year of her Widow hood."
James Fletcher of the South African Constabulary who died in the
performance of his Duty at Vlakfontein East South Africa on Oct 3. 1901
Aged 23 Years. this tablet is erected by those associated with him at
the Holy Trinity Sundy School in this City" This brass plaque is placed on the south wall in the chancel.
A.W.Hallows, OBE. President of Coventry & District Branch RASC/RCT
The Plaque (placed in the Peace Chapel) was Donated by the Branch in
the Memory of The Honourable Ambrosia George and Elizabeth
Hewitt the only issue of James Viscount Lifford (Late Lord
Chancellor of Ireland) By Ambrosia His Consort. The Monument,
beneath which in God's appointed time her own remains will be deposited,
was erected by their disconsolate mother in the year of our Lord 1796."
This monument is now at the West End of the church, together with
others, after the Victorian re-ordering of the interior of the building.
Hewitt, wife of the Hon and Rev John P Hewitt. d.29 August
1827 aged 26 years. Plaque again placed in West end of church
after Victorian re-ordering. Text is as follows "Sacred to
the Memory of Juliana Hewitt, Wife of the Hon. and Rev John P Hewitt,
who departed this life August 29, 1827, aged 26 years. A tender
and most affectionate wife: a most anxious and attentive mother: A
dutiful and attached daughter: In all the different relations of life
she adorned the doctorin of God, her Saviour, in all things. All
virtues and graces, which adorn a friend, much more a wife, were united
in her, in very high perfection,
By a constant spirituality of mind, rarely exhibited, she gave those
delightful manifestations of a sanctified heart, showing she was
preparing for the holy and blessed company of the redeemed. That
multitude, which man can number who, having come out of great
tribulation, have washed their robes, and made them white, in the blood
of the Lamb.
But deeply alive to the corruption in her own heart, All was unfeignedly
aknowledged by her to be the work of divine and sovereign
This memorial is placed in the now named "Peace Chapel" on
the North Side of the church.
The plaque is placed in memory of all those who died in the loss of
HMS COVENTRY 25 May 1982. Names of lost are as follows: Frank Armes, John Caddy, Paul Callus, John Dobson, Michael Fowler,
Rodney Heath, Ian Hall, Kyu Beb Kwo, Glen Robinson Molcke, David Ozbirn,
Adrian Sunderland, Geoffrey Stockwell, David Strickland, Ian Turnbull,
Samuel Hunt. Died 18 August 1736 in the 78th year of his
life. Also of his wife Hannah Hunt, who died 6 November
1742 in the 82nd year of her life.
Also of Tho(ma)s.Hunt who died 20 February 1752 aged 50.
To the Memory of James 3rd Viscount Lifford. Many years resident
at Astley Castle in this country.
His remains are deposited in Kensal Green Cemetery
Middlesex. The Law prohibited the opening of the family vault in
this church in which are interred his father the Second Viscount, Dean
of ARMAGH, son of the first Viscount, who for thirty years was LORD
CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND
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