Memorial in St Nicholas’s Church, Deptford to Edward Fenton d. 1603Memorial: M2012
Two Ionic pilasters support an entablature and broken pediment within which is the arms of Boyle above which is a helm and crest. Within the pilasters, a relief depicting a youth kneeling with his left hand placed on a bible open upon a draped priedieu. To the left, a small lion and a cherub drawing back the sides of a tent to reveal a skull within on a table. To the right, above the altar, a scene of shipping on a river. Two inscription tablets below, on either side is scroll work and a shield suspended by a ribbon in looped bows. The shield to the left bears the arms of Boyle with a crescent for difference and on the right Boyle impaling Fenton.