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Here lieth Richard Marshall whom in his liking age
Monumental brass inscription — nine lines
Subjects: prayer; tomb inscription; Marshall, Richard
nine lines —
Fishlake, Yorkshire. Probably a monumental brass (1505).
Here lyeth Richard Marshall, whom in his liking age,
Almighty god lyst
call to his mercy and grace,
The vj vicar of this church of good ffame,
In whose tyme this chancell and vestry bildite was.
yere of our lord M CCCCC V death did him embrace,
Whose body the second day
of February was beried in this place.
Almighty God of thyne infinit
Of Sir Rychard Marshall soule have mercy.
Et sine fine tui da
Deitate frui. Amen
Probably a monumental brass (1505); Dodsworth and Clay (1904)
say this was on a monument under the north window. On a
little plate on the same stone: ‘Vermibus hic ponor, et sic ostendere
conor, / Quod sicut hic ponor ponitur omnis honor
Dodsworth, Roger, and John William Clay, eds.
Yorkshire church notes, 1619-1631.
[Leeds]: The Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Society Series 34, 1904: 75.