Sir Isaac Jermy, son of John Jermy and Margaret, dau & heir of Edward Isaacs of Wellcourt, died 1623.

Lady Jane Jermy, wife of Sir Isaac Jermy of Stutton, knight, and eldest daughter of John Palgrave of Barningham, Norfolk, died 7th January 1623, aged 58.


Beneath the niche are four tablets of black marble, two under the man and two under the woman.

Upper left tablet

Sacrum memoriæ doi Isaaci Jermeij equitis avrati, filij Johannis Jermeij Armig: et Margaretæ unius filiarum et hæredum Eduardi Isaace de Wellcourt in Comitcantij Armig: Qui quidem Isaacus Jermeius obijt die An° Redemptionis Ætate.
HAC ITUR AD PATRIAM

Lower left tablet

Hic una dormientes corporis resurrectionem exspectant Johannes Jermeius filius 2 doi Johannis Jermeij de Metfield equitis aurati præclari dignitatis balnei et Margareta Isaaci parentes.

Upper right tablet

To the memorie of that truly virtuous & religious lady the Lady Jane Jermy wife of Sr Isaac Jermy of Stutton, Knight & eldest daughter of John Pagrave of Baringham in the County of Norf: Esq & of Vrith one of the daughters of William Saunders of Ewell in the County of Surrey, Esq. Which Lady had issue by the said Sr Isaac Jermy. 2 sonnes John & Edward & 3 daughters Mary, Elizabeth & Judith. Obijt Jan: 7 An°: Salutis 1623. Ætatis 58.

Lower right tablet

What art & nature did implant
in her so rare the world must want
her life, her death, her body, her soul
have higher place in God's great roule.
Her life a warfare, her death victorious.
Her body under hope, her soul glorious.


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