of various members of the 

Cremer family





  "In memory of Francis Cremer who died March 7th 1778. Aged 57 years"


 Sacred to the memory of Isabella the beloved......... Francis Cremer  and daughter  of William Guybon and grand-daughter of Sir Francis Guybon late of Thursford in the ........ she departed this....... October the 11th 1757 aged........


Here lyeth Frans Cremer who dyed Aug ye 23rd 1713 aged 30 years. Also Susan his wife she died July 12th 1747. Aged 58 years.


In memory of Frances Cremer the wife of Robert Cremer who died Jan 14th 1761 aged 65 years.




Sacred to the memory of John Cremer nobly born and descended from an old family in the district of Norfolk. And also of his wife Alice Cremer youngest born of Algernon Peyton of Doddington. Professor of Theology who by a former marriage to John Nalson of law had likewise been happily united. The former died 1703 aged 89 years and the latter 1717 in her 67th year.





"To Edmund Cremer the eldest son who died just before his mother aged 18 years"






Reader stay and view the remains of Henry Cremer Esquire who was truly pious towards his God. Faithful to his soveraigne. Loving to his consorts. Charitable to the poor. Courteous and affable to all. Inivrious to none. Goe thou and doe likewise and be happy. Farewell. He began his pilgrimage Decemb 18th 1597 and returned into his owne country Feb 8th 1657.






In hopes of a joyful resurrections lyes interred in this church Sir John Cremer knight and Lord of this manor of North Runcton Sechey cum Hardwick who dyed at Sechey an dom 1668. Whose niece and sole heirefs Ann Cremor daughter and only child of Edmund Cremor of West Winch Esquire  married ye Right Hon William Earl Fitzwilliam of Milton in Northamptonshire by whom she had 4 sons and 6 daughters all of which are now deceased except John, now Earl Fitzwilliam, who to ye pious memory of his ancestor has caufed this monument to be erected anno domini 1720.





Sacred to the memory of Francis Cremer of this parish the eminent elder son of Frank Cremer of Ingoldisthorpe in the county of Norfolk, esquire who spent 6 years in the University of Lyons as a scholar and after much work happily devoted himself to the study of mathematics. Enduring great pain without complaint he displayed his courage. He willingly returned to God Feb 24th 1730 in his 39th year.






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