In memory of MARY/ the beloved wife of BARTON STEPHENS/ of this City died Oct 15th 1873 aged 67 years/ their children JOHN EDWARD died April 3rd 1847/ and Barton died May 7th 1850./ ALSO INTERRED HERE/ MRS. SARAH ROWLEY, who died May 18th 1851 aged 78 years/ and MISS SARAH ROWLEY, who died Feb 7th 1865/ also MISS ELIZA STEPHENS who died/ January 15th 1879 aged 78 years/ also the first named/ BARTON STEPHENS/ who died December 21st 1889/ aged 82 years.
Mural monument of neo-classical type in three tiers. It comprises a large plain rectangular plinth below the main body of the memorial, a rectangular inscribed panel flanked on either side by moulded pilasters. Each pilaster is fluted and contains a pair of maltese crosses in false-relief. At the base of the pilasters are ceramic tiles. The pediment is heavily overgrown as is the north side of the monument.
In loving memory /of/ Marion Dalzell Shiels/ died 28th March 1891/ aged 5 years./ Thy will be done In Loving/ Memory Of Their Dear Daughter Louise Jane Who Died 10th Dec 1899./ Aged 10 Yrs & 2 Months Erected/ By/ David H. Creighton/ And/ Hannah His Wife/ In Loving Memory Of/ Their Dear Daughter/ IDA/ Given By God 25th June 1886/ Taken By Him 18th April 1889/ And Of/ CLAUDE/ Their Infant Son/ Who Died 25th August 1888/ Aged Eleven Days/ Around The Throne Of God In Heaven Thousands Of Children Stand
A flat topped headstone with a semi circular central feature with concave shoulders. It is in good condition although leaning slightly backwards and is slightly worn. It was within kerbstones, two of which remain.
All that remains visible above ground here are 6 simple pointed limestone posts within wrought-iron rails. There are currently no visible remains of a memorial. There may be a ledger/low monument inside the kerbs that has subsided.
This is one of a pair low monuments (with KKSTMG396). Coffin-shaped chamfered slab with floriated Gothic seven-armed cross in false-relief rising from a cross-shaft. The inscription on KKSTMG024 is to be found running along its sinister side. They are surrounded by kerbstones that held railings, now missing and are very overgrown with ivy.
Sacred/ to the memory of/ Edward S Larkan Esq., J.P./ Died/ 12th December 1874/ aged 83 years/Seek ye the Lord while He may be/ found call ye upon Him while/ He is near. (Issiah C55 V6) Rise saith my Lord make haste away/ No Mortal joys are worth Thy Stay
Headstone set within plain rectangular headstones. The headstone widens towards the top, has semi circular scrolled shoulders. The stone is badly weathered and now illegible. The scroll pattern at the top of the stone is in relief. It is set within plain kerbstones with railings.
side: Erected/ by/ David H. Creighton/ and/ Hannah his wife./ in Loving Memory of/ their dear daughter/ Ida./ given by God June 25th 1886/ taken by him 19th April 1889/ and of/ Claude./ their infant son/ who died 25th August 1888/ aged 11 days. Side: Also/ in loving memory/ of their daughter/ Lousie Jane/ who died 10th Dec 1899/ aged 10 years 2 months./ Among the throne in Heaven
Cuboid pedestal tomb on a rectangular plinth tapering towards the top. Stepped at the crown forming a ledge on which rests a stepped square plinth with semi cylindrical features on each side. The main body of the memorial rests on a two step base. It is surrounded by six kerbstones and railings. These are largely intact but damaged to the south.