In Latin: To God and future ages. Here rests, expecting the glorious Resurrection of Christ, Richard Pecksall Knight, of golden prudence and the brightest probity; he married first Alianor, daughter of William Paulet, Marquess of Winchester, and Lord Treasurer of England, who bore him four daughters. His second wife was Alianor, daughter of John Cotgrave, and after his death married to Sir John Savage Knight of the county of Chester; who out of respectful regard towards her dear husband, and in perpetual memory of their marriage faith, hath, at his charge, freely and willingly erected this monument. [Below his two wives, in Latin]: Death cannot disjoin whom Christ hath joined in love. Life leads to death, and death to life above. [Translation courtesy of Westminster Abbey website, amended.]
Afterlife: Looked for*.
Literature: United in death.
Year of death: 1571.
Age at death: not given (classed as: Adult).