In Latin: To the majesty and might of God and to Brownlow Poulter MA, rector of Buriton in Hampshire, the younger son of Edmund Poulter, prebendary of this church, a man versed in the more polite branches of culture and erudite among his contemporaries at Cambridge in mathematical science, a pastor uniquely loved by his parishioners, by reason of his particularly courteous disposition, a priest affable to all and popular on account of the outstanding integrity of his religion, who, when about to reveal signs of his goodness, was swept away by harsh death in the mid-term of his career, and died in the highest praise and to the grief of all. His parents, who contrary to their wishes, survive him, his most unhappy wife, his brother and sisters in their grief set up [this memorial]. He lived 40 years and 3 months. He died 30th March 1829. [Translation from "A Selection of Latin Inscriptions at Winchester Cathedral" by Pat Wagstaff, amended.]
Virtue(s): Affability, Christianity/religion, Courtesy, Cultivation*, Goodness, Integrity, Learning/knowledge*.
Year of death: 1829.
Age at death: 40 (classed as: Adult).