'Near this place lie interred the bodies of JOHN LLOYD late of the Middle Temple, London, Gent., who departed this life the 11th day of Jan. A.D. 1718/19 Aged 75,
and of Dorothy Lloyd his wife to the unspeakable grief of her affectionate husband, died the 13th day of April, A.D. 1705, Aged 40,
and also of JOHN LLOYD their 2nd Son who died the 11th day of March, A.D. 1711/2, Aged 27.
To the pious memory of his Honoured parents and beloved brother this monument was erected by Montagu Lloyd, D.D., A.D. 1720.'
'A cartouche monument, in white marble. Cartouches have a round, oval or violin-shaped centre, surrounded by scrolls and knotted drapes and Acanthus leaves, as here. The scrolling points towards the viewer, with concentric loops, and the drapery is caught at the top sides in large knots, which is the convention, and fall freely and fairly symmetrically at the base; there is a central mini-cartouche also at the base, which once would have contained a painted coat of arms'He also provides an image at http://www.speel.me.uk/chnrlondon/che/epsomch/lloyd.jpg.
Venn's Alumni cantabrigienses; a biographical list of all known students, graduates and holders of office at the University of Cambridge'LOYD, MOUNTAGUE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Apr. 8, 1699. S. of John, of London. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1699; Scholar, 1702; B..A. 1702-3; M.A. 1706; B.D. 1713; D.D. 1717 (Com. Reg.). Fellow, 1705. Ord. priest (London) Sept. 22, 1706. R. of Barnwell St Andrew, Northants., 1714- 23. Admon. (P.C.C.) 1723; of St .Andrew's, Holborn'.
[S.T. D. (Sanctae Theologiae Doctor); S. T. B (Sacrae Theologiae Baccalaureus), 1713; D. D. (Doctor of Divinity); S. T. P. (Sanctae Theologiae Professor) Professor of Divinity, 1717.]
[Monumental Inscription in St Nicholas Church, Chislehurst - Tomb (under trees, on a mount by the vestry) Coat of arms: A chevron between three roses.'Here lyes Interr'd the Body of Mr Caleb TRENCHFIELD late of London Citizen and Mercer son of Mr Caleb Trenchfield late of Eltham and Grandson to Thomas Trenchfield Esqr one of the Admirals of the Navy in the Reign of King Charles the First He was also Grandchild by his Mother to Edmund Poyntell Esqr and Judith his wife who lived long in this Parish and whose bodies with many others of his Relations are Interr'd in this Church and Vault He departed this Life the 29th March 1712 aged 63 years'.]
'Dorothy the daughter of Mr Montagu Lloyd, Rector of this Church, and Mrs Mary Lloyd, his wife, was born July ye 3rd but was baptised July ye 22nd (1716).
Mary daughter of Mr Montague Lloyd and Mrs Mary Lloyd born June ye 4th but baptised July ye 4th (1717)
Mrs Mary Lloyd ye wife of Mr Montague Lloyd was buried June ye 14th (1717) [Presumably having expired following complications after childbirth.]
The Revd. Mr Lloyd, D.D., and Rector of this Parish died March ye 6th and was buried March ye 12th (1723).'
'In the South Isle of this Church near the Monument erected by MONTAGUE LLOYD D.D. to the memory of his Family lye two Children of EDWARD KNIPE Esq. and DOROTHY his Wife Daughter of ye said MONTAGUE LLOYD Both Died in February 1742 EDWARD The first of that Name in the Fifth year of his Age. DOROTHY in the Second year of her Age. [Buried as Master Richard Knype and Miss Dorothy Knype, 10 February 1742/3]
Also of SAMUEL KNIPE Esquire. last surviving Son of the above named EDWARD KNIPE and DOROTHY his Wife who departed this Life 7th June 1827 in the 72nd year of his Age.
In this Vault lyes the Body of RANDOLPH KNIFE [sic] Esq. first (?) born of EDWARD KNIPE Esq. and DOROTHY his wife of Clay Hill in this Parish He departed this life the 19th of Decr. 1769 in the 24th year of his Age.
Here also Are deposited the remains of the said EDWARD KNIPE who departed this life the 16th of April 1786 in the (8)7th Year of his Age. And of the said DOROTHY KNIPE who departed this Life the 30th of May 1791 In the 74th year of her Age.
Also of EDWARD KNIPE Esq. Son of the above EDWARD and DOROTHY KNIPE who departed this life 19th Octr. 1823 in the 82nd year of his Age'