[Monument in Sevington Church]

Artist(s) : Thomas Dineley (Draughtsman)

Pen and ink sketch of upper surface of sepulchral monument in Sevington Church, Kent, representing in bas-relief a figure in full armour, with spurs and sword, hands joined in prayer.
At least five other monuments commemorating members of the Barry family were placed in the same church. This one, which was probably inlaid with brass, had already disappeared before 1756-1760.
Source:
‘V.J. Torr's Transcriptions of Faussett's and Cozen's Notebooks of Monumental Inscriptions’, Kent Archaeological Society, at http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/Libr/MIs/TORR/01.htm, Sevington. Accessed 14.12.2014.

Inscribed in Image

  • Text within boundaries of image –
    Hic Jacet Humphridus Barry Arm quondam dominus istius ville et patronus istius ecclesiae qui obiit in die sancte Marie Magdalene Anno Domini mille CCCC XXXI cujus anime propitietur Deus.

Image Details

Genre Scientific or Technical illustration
Technique Pen and ink drawings
Subject(s) Antiquities and archaeological sites
Geographical Location
  • Sevington Church - Named locality
  • Kent - Region
Keywords(s) Antiquities, Archaeological sites, Armour, Daggers & swords, Inscriptions, Monuments & memorials, Sculpture, Tombs & sepulchral monuments
Colour Monochrome
Dimensions 8.7 cm x 3.4 cm
Published / created 1681

Bibliographical Details

Travel Account Observations in a Voyage through the Kingdom of Ireland
Contributor(s)
Print or manuscript Manuscript
Location of image in copy p. 214
Source copy National Library of Ireland MS 392
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Rights Courtesy of the National Library of Ireland

Related text from travel account

SEVINGTON Church at the West end thereof neer ye foot of the steeple is seen a monument representing one arm’d Cap a pee, with this circumscrib’d in old Charactr not much unlike this sketch.
Hic Jacet Umfridus Barry Ar. Quondam Dominus istius Ville et Patronus istius Ecclesiae. Qui obiit in Die sancte Marie Magdalene. Ao DOM MILLMO CCCC XXXI cujus anime ppitietur Deus. Amen [p. 214]
Monument in Sevington Church