In Latin: Lady Jane Crewe, eminently distinguished for her piety, her beauty, and her modesty, daughter and co-heir of Sir John Pultney of Misterton Pultney, Leicestershire, Kt., granddaughter of Sir Fortescue of Salden, Buckinghamshire, Kt. by his daughter Margery; mother of John, Anne and Ranulph Crewe who survive her, and of Frances Crewe who died in earliest infancy and is buried with her. Her sorrowing husband Sir Clipsby Crewe placed this monument to the best of wives, in affection and in admiration for her virtues. She died in the thirtieth year of her age, on the second day of December 1639. [Translation courtesy of Westminster Abbey website, amended.]
Church: Westminster Abbey (in Westminster, London).
Relation: Child, Great-grandchild, Parent, Spouse.
Virtue(s): Admired, Beauty*, Good spouse, Modesty*, Piety.
Year of death: 1639.
Age at death: 30 (classed as: Adult).