Sacred to the memory of James LAMING
Esq., of Birchington Hall in this
County, who died September 23rd.
1864, aged 73 years.
“Thou shalt guide me with Thy
courage and afterwards receive
me to Glory”.
“For me to live is Christ and to
die is gain.
Precious in the sight of the Lord
is the death of His saints.”
Also of Ann, the beloved wife of the
above, who died after a union of
nearly 50 years at Birchington Hall
on the 5th April. 1867 aged 69 years.
“We took sweet council together
and walked unto the house of God
“Praise waiteth for thee, O God,
in Sion, and unto thee shall the
vow be performed”.
In memory of Ann, the wife of Richard
LAMING Junior, who died July 23rd.
1788, aged 23 years.
Also the above named Richard LAMING
Junior, who died June 19th, 1813, aged
And several of his children, who died
during their infancy.
This memorial is further intended as
a recollection of Susan the second
wife of Richard LAMING Junior, whose
mortal remains are interred in St.
James Churchyard, Liverpool. She died
August 17th. 1830, aged 68 years.
Also in memory of Richard LAMING, who
died . . . . . . . . . . . 1803, etat 77 years.
Also of Susannah, wife of the above,
who died November 10th, 1779, etat
Also of James LAMING, son of the
above, died June 26th, 1817, etat 60
Also Sarah, wife of the above James
LAMING, died December 27th, 1812,
etat 57 years.
Also four of their children who
died in their infancy.
To the memory of Emily Noakes LAMING,
grand-daughter of the above, died September 7th. 1845 etat 21 years.
Also James LAMING, son of the above,
born 27th December 1790, died 23rd.