John Way (1732-1804) - Lewis Way's benefactor
Tomb of Ann Way neé Raymond (1691-1777)
The remains of Mrs Ann Way widow the mother of John Raymond Way Esq. were first deposited in this vault having departed this life the 3rd of January 1727 aged 86.
Tomb of Mary Way neé Poole (1743-1816)
In this vault are deposited the remains of Mary Way, relict of John Raymond Way Esq and eldest daughter of John Poole, formerly of Kensington Esq.
In the performance of all the duties of an attentive and faithful wife she was for nearly 40 years, eminently distinguished.
Her religion was fervent, without ostentation and her friendship steady and sincere and her charity liberal and judicious.
She supported a long and severe illness with patient resignation and true piety and died on the 25th day of August 1816 aged 72.
JOHN RAYMOND WAY ESQUIRE,
Who by his Probity, Sound Judgement and
other eminent endowments,
First enjoyed the Patronage,
And afterwards secured,
Through a Course of more than Forty Years
The cordial and unabated Friendship
THE GREAT EARL OF MANSFIELD,
Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Kings Bench. –
Under him he held several distinguished Offices in the Law:
And by his Lordship’s Will
Received the most honourable testimonies
Of his entire confidence and Esteem –
After a Life of exemplary usefulness
But attended often by much bodily suffering,
And having acquired a very considerable fortune
With an unblemished Reputation
He calmly resigned his Spirit
To Him who gave it
With the earnest hope that through
The Merits of the Redeemer it would
Be admitted to a happy Immortality
On the 18th of August 1804