Christ Church at Ramsgate contains the following memorials.

On the south wall, in the south aisle


A stone and marble monument for Sir William Curtis, Bart. who died January 18th, 1829, aged 76; also Anne, relict of the above, who died 7th August 1833, aged 76; their remains are deposited in the family vault in the Church of Wanstead, Essex.

A marble monument to Christopher Tennant, Esq. of this place, who died 13th Apr, 1836, aged 81.

Another to William, son of Eliza and William Hutchinson, R.N., who died 14th March, 1826, aged 17; also Eliza Lucy, daughter of the above, who died in her infancy.

One for Henry Richards, only son of Stephen Richards, Esq. of Tavistock Square, London, who died 18th June, 1838, aged 17.

A tablet for Elizabeth Blowfield Carlile, daughter of Edward and Eliza Carlile, of Hampstead, in the County of Middlesex, who died at Ramsgate, 19th August, 1830, aged 22.

A monument for Thomas Templeman, Esq. of Conyngham House, in this town, born 5th November 1746; died 18th September 1833.

Also one for Anne Bland, wife of the Reverend Miles Bland, D.D. Rector of Lilley, Herts, and prebendary of Wells, youngest daughter of Thomas Templeman, Esq.; she was born November 2d, 1759, and died 26th August, 1831; also Samuel Winter Bland, born 15th June, 1827, died May 15, 1830; Louisa Villiers Bland, born May 5th, 1825, died Nov. 20th, 1830; and Joseph Charlton Bland, born Feb. 1st, 1831, died Aug. 19th, 1831.

A table for Judith, wife of Medmer Goodwin, who died 11th Nov. 1829, agd 73; also the above Medmer Goodwin, who died 25th Sept. 1834, aged 79.

At the west end


A marble monument for H. Dawson, Esq. of this place, who died 26th April, 1834.

On the north wall, in the north aisle


A monument for Sir James Sam. Wm. Lake, Bart. who died 4th Nov. 1832, aged 61; also his two children, Caroline Jane, born Dec. 28th, 1818, died Oct., 16th, 1820; Sophia, born Jan. 15th, 1823, died Dec. 4th, 1829.

A black marble tablet for Susanna wife of Thos Smith, Esq. R.N., and second daughter of the late John Toker Esq. of Oaks Ospringe, Kent, who died 3d Jan. 1836, aged 51.

Also another tablet for Percival Lewis, Esq. of Downton House, Radnorshire, obiit 26th July, 1838, aet. 48.

On the east wall, near the altar


A beautiful marble monument to Thos. Fawssett, Esq. in the Cambridgeshire regiment of militia; he was born at Wisbech, in the Isle of Ely, on the 31st Dec. 1768, and died here 6th Dec. 1830.

Entering the church, in the porch


There is a monument, which was erected by the parishioners to Mrs. Henry Dawson, in gratitude for the munificent donation of the clock, placed in the tower of the church.


Source:  C. Greenwood, comp.  Epitome of County History, vol. 1, County of Kent. (London, England: privately printed, 1838).


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