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Brass memorial plate for Frances Selwyn (née Protheroe), wife of Sydney George Selwyn
Brass memorial plate for Frances Selwyn (née Protheroe), wife of Sydney George Selwyn
 
    Frances Protheroe (d. 3 Jan 1903)
 
Brass plate in memory of Robert Jasper Selwyn
Brass plate in memory of Robert Jasper Selwyn
The electric organ blower was given in loving memory of ROBERT JASPER SELWYN by his parents the rector and Mrs. Selwyn April 1950 This tablet was placed here by the parochial church council 
    Robert Jasper Selwyn (d. 20 Oct 1949)
 
Brass plate to the memory of Albinia Selwyn
Brass plate to the memory of Albinia Selwyn
 
    Albinia Selwyn (d. 7 Sep 1739)
 
Brass plate to the memory of George Augustus Selwyn
Brass plate to the memory of George Augustus Selwyn
 
    George Augustus Selwyn (d. 25 Jan 1791)
 
Brass plate to the memory of John Selwyn
Brass plate to the memory of John Selwyn
 
    Col. John Selwyn (d. 5 Nov 1751)
 
Brass plate to the memory of John Selwyn
Brass plate to the memory of John Selwyn
 
    John Henry Augustus Selwyn (d. 27 Jun 1751)
 
Brass plate to the memory of Mary Selwyn (nee Farrington)
Brass plate to the memory of Mary Selwyn (nee Farrington)
 
    Mary Farrington (d. 18 Nov 1777)
 
Brass plate to the memory of Thomas Townshend
Brass plate to the memory of Thomas Townshend
 
    The Hon. Thomas Townshend (d. 21 May 1780)
 
Detail from the plaque in memory of three children of William Selwyn
Detail from the plaque in memory of three children of William Selwyn
Memoriæ Sacrum Gulielmi, Theophili et Jasperi, filiorum Gulielmi Selwyn arm: et Margaretæ uxoris eius: qui uno eodemque fatali morbo correpti, fato cessere immaturo, Gulielmus parentum pri- mogenitus. Quinquennium pene expletus 7 die Augusti ano 1649 obit. Theophilus triennium, Jasperus mensem ætatis undecimum, peragentes parum in morte occubuere: hic 27 ille 29 die Septembris ano 1655 
    Jasper Selwyn (d. 1655)
Theophilus Selwyn (d. 1655)
William Selwyn (d. 08 May 1679)
William Selwyn (d. 7 Aug 1649)
 
Effigy of George Augustus Selwyn in the Lady Chapel in Lichfield Cathedral
Effigy of George Augustus Selwyn in the Lady Chapel in Lichfield Cathedral
 
    The Rt. Rev. George Augustus Selwyn (d. 11 Apr 1878)
 
Grave of Clara Long Selwyn (née Innes) and of Clara Violet Selwyn
Grave of Clara Long Selwyn (née Innes) and of Clara Violet Selwyn
Grave of Clara Long Selwyn (née Innes) and of her daughter Clara Violet Selwyn at St.Barnabas Church, Norfolk Island 
    Clara Long Innes (d. 30 Dec 1877)
Clara Violet Selwyn (d. 25 Apr 1878)
 
Grave of Col. Charles Jasper Selwyn in St. Peter Port, Guernsey
Grave of Col. Charles Jasper Selwyn in St. Peter Port, Guernsey
 
    Col. Charles Jasper Selwyn (d. 12 Dec 1847)
 
Grave of Richard Betenson (c 1632-1677)
Grave of Richard Betenson (c 1632-1677)
In the Cecil Chapel, St. Mary's Wimbledon 
    Richard Betenson (d. 1677)
 
Grave of Susannah Selwyn
Grave of Susannah Selwyn
The inscription originally read:- Sacred to the memory of Susanna daughter of William Selwin of this parish gent who departed this life the 17th day of July anno dom 1725 Here resteth the body of Susanna Selwin relict of William Selwin gent of the parish of Kings Stanley who departed this life 17 Febr 1723 aged 80 years Here lyeth the body of William Selwin gent who departed this life the 21st of Decr 1690 aged 60 years Now there is a metal plate with the inscription :- Mrs Susannah Selwyn the perpetual friend of the poor of this parish was buried under this stone July the 27th 1725 her tomb being decayed this inscrip tion was placed Novr the 4th 1829 The righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance PS:112th 6th Richard Dean Kings Stanley engraver  
    Susannah Selwyn (d. 17 Jul 1725)
William Selwyn (d. 21 Dec 1690)
Susannah (d. 17 Feb 1723)
 
Gravestone of Albinia Selwyn, Batsford churchyard
Gravestone of Albinia Selwyn, Batsford churchyard
 
    Albinia Selwyn (d. 27 Jul 1832)
 
Gravestone of Bridget Selwyn
Gravestone of Bridget Selwyn
About 2m to the north of the centre point under the spire of Salisbury Cathedral BENEATH THIS STONE are deposited the REMAINS of Mrs. Bridget Selwyn The beloved and sincerely lamented wife of THE REV. JOHN SELWYN Rector of Ludgershall and Coulston Both in this County And Succentor of this Cathedral She died on the 3rd August 1823 In the 70th year of her age  
    Bridget Dyer (d. 3 Aug 1823)
 
Gravestone of Elizabeth Selwyn, Batsford churchyard
Gravestone of Elizabeth Selwyn, Batsford churchyard
 
    Elizabeth Selwyn (d. 30 Nov 1839)
 
Gravestone of John Selwyn
Gravestone of John Selwyn
About 2m to the north of the centre point under the spire of Salisbury Cathedral In Memory of THE REV. JOHN SELWYN Rector of Ludgershall and Culston Master of Wigston's Hospital, Leicester And Succentor of this Cathedral He died 2nd October 1823 In the 71st Year of his age  
Located    Rev. John Selwyn (d. 28 Oct 1823)
 
Gravestone of Mary Selwyn, Batsford churchyard
Gravestone of Mary Selwyn, Batsford churchyard
 
    Mary Selwyn (d. Jul 1846)
 
Gravestone of Rev. EW Selwyn, AK Selwyn and RJ Selwyn in Old Alresford churchyard
Gravestone of Rev. EW Selwyn, AK Selwyn and RJ Selwyn in Old Alresford churchyard
Ernest William Selwyn priest 1889-1973 and his wife Alice Kathleen Died 5th April 1986 Aged 85 May they rest together in peace Robert Jasper Selwyn Born June 1st 1927 Died October 20th 1949 I know that I shall see God Alleluia!  
    Alice Kathleen Adams (d. 5 Apr 1986)
Rev. Ernest William Selwyn (d. 26 May 1973)
Robert Jasper Selwyn (d. 20 Oct 1949)
 
Henry M de la Condamine
Henry M de la Condamine
 
    Rev. Henry Malcolm de la Condamine (d. 19 Apr 1854)
 
Inscription to Charles Jasper Selwyn on the wall of Blockley church.
Inscription to Charles Jasper Selwyn on the wall of Blockley church.
To the Rev. Charles Jasper Selwyn, M.A., descended from an antiente and respectable family in the County of Gloucester, late Rector of Beverstone in the same County, and. the very exemplary vicar of the parish of Blockley in the County of Worcester. He departed this life 10th of September, 1794 in the 67th year of his age, and 41st of his ministry. He was buried in the adjoining parish of Batsford The memory of this excellent man will be dear to the wise and good, so long as Christian zeal in a Minister of the Church of England, unshaken integrity in a well-informed Magistrate, and the exact observance of every Christian, social, and relative duty exercised upon all occasions with uncommon humility are held in estimation and respect. These words, so justly descriptive of the character they commemorate, are inscribed on this tablet by a friend to truth and real merit, with the hope, that the many virtues, and the bright example of so valuable a member of society may be long remembered by the present generation, and may be transmitted to future ages for the benefit of the latest posterity.  
    Rev. Charles Jasper Selwyn (d. 10 Sep 1794)
 
Jasper Selwyn's Grave Whitminster
Jasper Selwyn's Grave Whitminster
Hyr lieth interred the body of Jasper Selwyn Gent: who departed the life in October ?? : 1690 Aged 66 ... of Cam ... Eleanor his wife ... 1777 aged 74 William Jenkin (William Jenkin was appointed perpetual curate of Wheatenhurst in 1804. The curacy became vacant in his death in 1813.) There is more writing on the slab but it is mostly quite unreadable. The stone lies under the tower in the passage on the north side of the organ.  
    Jasper Selwyn (d. 16 Oct 1690)
Jasper Selwyn (d. 1777)
 
Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral
Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral
 
    The Very Rev. Edward Gordon Selwyn (d. 11 Jun 1959)
 
Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral with quire pulpit
Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral with quire pulpit
 
    The Very Rev. Edward Gordon Selwyn (d. 11 Jun 1959)
 
Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral with Selwyn Arms above
Memorial to Edward Gordon Selwyn in Winchester Cathedral with Selwyn Arms above
The woodwork to the left is the quire pulpit 
    The Very Rev. Edward Gordon Selwyn (d. 11 Jun 1959)
 
Memorial to Henry Thomas and Harriette Selwyn in Beaumaris Church
Memorial to Henry Thomas and Harriette Selwyn in Beaumaris Church
 
    Harriette Catherine Langton (d. 17 Aug 1831)
Henry Thomas Selwyn (d. 17 Aug 1831)
 
Memorial to John Bray and Sarah daughter of Jasper and Joan Selwyn, King's Stanley Church
Memorial to John Bray and Sarah daughter of Jasper and Joan Selwyn, King's Stanley Church
Sacred to the memory of JOHN BRAY of Frampton who died April 9th 1797 aged 81 Also of SARAH his wife Daur of JASPER and JOAN SELWYN who died July 9th 1768 aged 58 Also of MARY his Daughter. who died July 3rd 1768, aged 27. Also of ELIZABETH Grandaughter of the above JOHN BRAY who died Aug 13th 1801 aged 26 and lies interred at St. Mary's, Manchester "The memory of the just is blessed" 
    Family: John Bray / Sarah Selwyn
 
Memorial to Rev. John Selwyn and his wife Bridget in Salisbury Cathedral
Memorial to Rev. John Selwyn and his wife Bridget in Salisbury Cathedral
 
    Bridget Dyer (d. 3 Aug 1823)
Rev. John Selwyn (d. 28 Oct 1823)
 
MI for Congreve Selwyn, M.D.
MI for Congreve Selwyn, M.D.
Holy Trinity, Cheltenham 
    Dr. Congreve Selwyn, M.D. (d. 2 Oct 1846)
 
Monument to Thomas Kynaston Selwyn in the chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge
Monument to Thomas Kynaston Selwyn in the chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge
Translation:- In memory of Thomas Kynaston Selwyn, B.A., a pupil at Eton and then a Scholar of this College. He was called from this world, by a death less untimely for him than for his family, on 4th July 1834 at the age of twenty-one. His lofty intelligence and love of literature were complemented by a chaste life, a modest mind and an unusual sense of propriety. The College granted a space for his name to be commemorated, and his loving parents and brothers saw to the erection of this marble inscription as a memorial to his piety. His remains are buried in Chester Cathedral. He will rise again. [Carved by] Tomson & Son, Cambridge 
    Thomas Kynaston Selwyn (d. 05 Jul 1834)
 
Plaque in memory of Henry and Ruth Selwyn and their children Albinia and Hannah
Plaque in memory of Henry and Ruth Selwyn and their children Albinia and Hannah
 
    Family: Capt. Henry Charles Selwyn / Ruth Compton
Albinia Selwyn (d. 2 Apr 1769)
Hannah Selwyn (d. 15 Nov 1756)
 
Plaque to the memory of three children of William Selwyn
Plaque to the memory of three children of William Selwyn
 
    Jasper Selwyn (d. 1655)
Theophilus Selwyn (d. 1655)
William Selwyn (d. 08 May 1679)
William Selwyn (d. 7 Aug 1649)
 
Rev. Congreve Selwyn
Rev. Congreve Selwyn
Considered to be a very good likeness by my mother; his only surviving daughter - Novr 12th 1847 Transferred from an open paper cutting taken in the latter period of his life. - Wm Selwyn Morris 
    Rev. Congreve Selwyn (d. 1808)
 

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