These two stones, laid as paving outside the church, are in memory of an Iron Master, and an Ostrich Feather Manufacturer - most unusual!
The notice says: " Effigy of a Knight. This knight, in chain mail and tunic, once held a shield, reputedly showing the Carrington coat of arms. The cross-legged, sword-drawing attitude is typical of the late 13th century."
This monument shows a skeleton holding up a sheet inscribed with details of Diana Warburton, Wife and Relict of S. George Warburton. There are more skulls at the base of the monument.
This elaborate wall memorial bears an image of the deceased, a member of the Warburton family, who died in 1728 aged 63, and a lengthy inscription in Latin.
John Powell was sexton of this parish for 37 years, and died in August 1881. His son Frank Powell was sexton and verger of this church for 47 years and died in August 1931.
A wonderfully elaborate memorial to Mathew Anderton, who died in November, 1693.