The medallion is 27inch in diameter and is cut in relief on a blue
ledger stone, 77inch x 45inch in the north west Transept, in the passage
leading to the Crypt.
Arms: (Erm) a lion rampant, and a canton sa. for JEFFREYS impaling az.
on a chief or, three martlets gu. For WRAY.
Crest: A demi-lion ramp, or, holding between its paws a chaplet, vert.
Sub hoc memora depositae suat Reliquae Jacobi
JEFFREYS S.T.P. hujus Ecclesiae Canonici Qui obit quarto Septembris Anno
Domini 1689. Aetatis suae Quadregessimo ac etiam Margaretae uxoris
Praedicti Jacobi quae obit decimo quinto Septembris Anno Domini 1723,
Aetatis suae 70.
Note: James Jeffreys was the son of John Jeffreys by
his wife Margaret, daughter of Sir Thomas IRELAND, Kt, of Bearsay,
Warrington, Lancs, and younger brother of the celebrated George, 1st
Baron Jeffreys, Lord High Chancellor (Bloody Jeffreys). He married
Margaret, daughter of Sir William WRAY by Olympia, daughter of Sir
Rubbed Auygust 1918 and April 1930 by Nicholas Eyare Toke