In Latin: Juliana Crewe a most pious virgin, the dearest and only daughter of Ralph [Ranulphe] de Crewe, Kt.[Knight], Chief Justice of the King's Bench, by Julian de Clippesby his wife, a co-heiress of the ancient family of Clippesby in the county of Norfolk, here expects her Redeemer's coming. She died in the flower of her age on the 22nd April 1621. [Translation courtesy of Westminster Abbey website, adapted.]
Church: Westminster Abbey (in Westminster, London).
Afterlife: Looked for*.
Year of death: 1621.
Age at death: 20 (classed as: Youth).