EPITAPHS TAKEN FROM THE TOMBSTONES IN
ST CATHERINEíS CHAPEL
THE FLOOR OF
Here lyeth the body of HENRY COLLETT of this town
And also the body of HENRY COLLETT Esq his son late of the
Benchers of the Honourable Society of
COLLETT relict of the
first above named Henry Collett died
SARAH daughter of the aforesaid Henry and
Elizabeth Collett and dearly beloved wife of Edmund Bradbury Gent died
the body of BENJAMIN COLLETT late of
this town Surgeon son of Benjamin and Jemima Collett both deceased
COLLETT Esq departed
Here also lyeth
the body of ELIZABETH the daughter
of Benjamin Collett Esq by Jemima his wife who departed this life
COLLETT widow of the
above named Benjamin Collett died
the body of BRIDGET daughter of
Henry Collett and Bridget his wife Obt.
And also the body of BENJAMIN son of the said Henry and
Bridget Collett Obt.
Here also lieth
the body of WATERWORTH COLLETT Gent
Attorney at Law son of the above named Benjamin and Jemima Collett Obt.
the body of
Also of the above named JOSEPH COLLETT Obt.
COLLETT aged 14 years
Tombstone 4.† Tomb number 72 in the Tewkesbury Abbey records
In memory of BRIDGET late wife of Henry Collett Esq Obt.
Also of the above named HENRY COLLETT Esq Barrister at Law Obt.
Also of JOHN WATERWORTH COLLETT
Also of JEMIMA COLLETT daughter of the said Henry and Bridget Collett who
Also of FRANCES COLLETT youngest daughter of the said Henry and Bridget
In memory of ANN the wife of William Cliffe Gent and
daughter of Henry Collett Esq Obt.
ANNA Cliffe in whom the characteristic amiableness of her family above mentioned was exhibited with undiminished lustre died at Dawlish and was there buried in the 33rd year of her age AD 1801.† (Ref. 5M15)
This tomb, number 67 in the Tewkesbury Abbey records, also contains the body of the Reverend Henry Collett (Ref. 5L17) who was the younger brother of Ann Cliffe nee Collett, although the inscription is in Latin