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Re: Deedes, Hythe
« Reply #4 on: June 05, 2016, 00:33:16 »
In this vault are deposited the remains of William Deeddes Esquire, of this toem and port of Hythe, and of St. Stephens near Canterbury, son of the Revd. Julius Deedes D.D. and Dorothy his wife, who departed this life Nov. 16th 1793, at 60.  He was many years Chairman of the Quarter Sessions for the eastern parts of this County, an active and upright Magistrate, disinterested in his public principles, firm and intrepid in his resolutions and made his own conscience and the laws of his country, the standard of his conduct.  He married Aug. 8th 1758 Mary daughter of Thomas Bramston Esq. of Skreens in the county of Essex, who died June 26th 1792, age 57, and is here interr’d.  The issue of their marriage was William, Julius, Mary, Thomas, John, Anne & Caroline.
Julius died 3rd Oct. 1766, aged 4 years and is buried at St. Stephens.
Thomas died 7th Oct. 1768, aged 3 years.
Anne 10th July 1782, aged 13 years.
Caroline 4th Jan. 1790, aged 15 years and are interred in this chancel.
William, Mary and John survive the loss of their parents.



In the family vault beneath lie the remains of William Deedes Esq. of Sandling near this town, eldest son of William Deedes Esq. and Mary his wife who departed this life April 19th 1834, in the 73 year of his age.
For many years during the French war he was Colonel of the South Kent Volunteers and when that coast was threatened with invasion he remained at his post in the fearless discharge of all his public and private duties.  In 1807 he was elected one of the Barons of this Port and said for it in Parliament till 1812.
In his decisions as a Magistrate he was firm and just a kind master and an indulgent landlord, his friendship was sincere and his affection for his family unbounded, blessed with a temper of the rarest mildness he won the love and admiration of all who knew him.
He married Dec. 27th 1791 Sophia daughter of Sir Brook William Bridges Baron of Goodnestone Park in this county, and be her had 19 children, of whom 10 sons and 5 daughters survive him.
In the same vault lie also the remains of Sophia, relict of the above William Deedes who departed this life June 27th 1844, in the 73rd year of her age.
Also of Elizabeth, born June 7th 1807, died August 27th 1828,
Of Sophia, Born February 1st 1793, died September 19th 1835,
And of Mary, Born February 4th 1794, died December 10th 1849.
Children of the above.


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Re: Deedes, Hythe
« Reply #3 on: June 05, 2016, 00:19:19 »
In the family vault beneath rest

Henry Deedes D.1705. Margaret Harrison D.1706 and their children William, Abraham Harrison, and Margaret.
Julius Deedes D.1750. Elizabeth Drake D. 1755 and their only child Julius D.1741 S.P.
Julius Deedes D.1753. Dorothy Denew D.1754 and their daughter Mary.
William Deedes D.1793. Mary Bramston D.1792 and their children Caroline, Ann and Thomas.
William Deedes D.1834. Sophia Bridges D. 1844 and their children Elizabeth, Sophia, Mary, Harriet, Louisa & Frances.
William Deedes D.1862. Emily Octavia Taylor D.1871 and their children Emily and Sophia.



Here lie the remains of Julius Deedes only child of Julius Deedes Esq. of this place by Eliza his wife, who died of the Small Pox October the 19th 1741 in the thirteenth year of his age.

In him were united a happy memory an uncommon capacity and a ripeness of judgement beyond his years with such strong sentiments and lamented by all that knew him, but, especially by his afflicted parents and relations, who must mourn his absence till God calls them to a joyfull meeting in Heaven.
As also those of Margaret Deedes who died 22 sept. 1762 in the 67th year of her age.
Full of faith and good work.


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Re: Deedes, Hythe
« Reply #2 on: June 05, 2016, 00:01:53 »
Here lies interred the body of the Revd. Julius Deedes.A.M. Prebendary of Canterbury & Rector of Mongeham & Dimchurch & only son of William Deedes M.D.  He married April ye 9t 1732 Dorothy Relict of Richard Ibetson.D.D. & Eldest daughter of Nathaniel Denew Esq. by Dorothy his wife daughter of Sir Abraham Jacob by whom he had issue William, Dorothy, Julius who died an infant & Mary.  He departed ye life April 19 1752 at 59.
Here likewise lieth Mary youngest child of the above Julius Deedes.  She died Sept 21 1752 at 13.
Also Dorothy relict of the above Julius Deedes, who died Nov. 28 1754, at 61.



Here lie the remains of Julius Deedes Esq. born in this town December 27th 1692.  His high regard for his native place was his motive to use his utmost endeavours for the service of it, which will be known to posterity by the many public works procured for it in his time; in particular the rebuilding of the tower of this church, which he lived not to see finished.
In his private character he was a pious Christian and a sincere friend.  He married Elizabeth daughter if Ralph Drake of Blechingley in the county of Surry Esq., by whom he had one son and died on the 11th day of May 1750.
As also those of Elizabeth his wife who died the 2nd of July 1755, in the 64th year of her age.
Who was in her religion devout and exemplary, in her friendship sincere and affectionate, in her charities liberal and un-confined, in her conversation affable & engaging.


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Deedes, Hythe
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2016, 23:51:09 »
Sacred to the memory of Lt. Colonel Henry Deedes 34th Regt.  Son of the late William Deedes Esq. of Sandling Park in this county, who died in the 48th year of his age on the 26th March 1848, on board H.M.S. Bellerophon, while on his passage with his regiment from Corfu to Gibraltar, where his remains are interred.  This tablet was erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem and regard.



In memory of John Deedes of the Inner Temple Barrister at Law.  Born May 9th 1803, died January 11th 1885.
George Deedes late Major 17th Regiment.  Born March 14th 1806, died November 5th 1883.
Sons of William Deedes of Sandling Park, Esq: and ---------------


 

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