Sacred to the Memory of

Elizabeth Walton the beloved wife

of Capt. Walton of the 4th Dragoons

whose remains are

deposited under this Stone

who departed this Life



"The Anthenaeum: a magazine of literary and miscellaneous.. Vol. 4 - July to Dec 1808" Died at Canterbury, Mrs. Elizabeth Walton, wife of Charles Walton, Esq. Captain in the fourth regiment of dragoons. This lady a few days subesquent to her becoming a mother, having raised the sash of her apartment for the benefit of fresh air, in leaning out unfortunately lost her equipoise, and was precipitated in to the street, by which her skull was dreadfully fractured. She survived the catastrophe in a state of insensibility only a few hours. July

The Gentlemen's Magazine, Vol 215 - Death in Westbourne place, Easton square, aged 70, Mrs. Mary Ann Walton, of Bower hall, relect of Major Charles Walton, 4th Light Dragoons, and eldest daughter of the late Ellys Anderson Stephens, esq. of Bower Hall, Steeple Bumpsted, Essex. (Nov. 13, 1863)

The Gentlemens Magazine, Vol 38 - July 6, 1852, Marriage, at St. Peter's Eaton square John Lewin SHEPPARD, Lieut. 4th Bombay Rifles, second son of W. H. Sheppard, esq. Keyford house, Frome, to Sabine, youngest daughter of the late Major Charles Walton, 4th Light Dragoons.

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