The memorial stone in the wall is the family tree of William Brown who died in 1613, having been the Vicar for fifty years. Much of his ministry was during the long reign of Elizabeth 1st and he would have known the coronation of James 1st. http://www.stbartshorley.org/St_Barts_Info.pdf p. 6 St Bart's Welcome Pamphlet
William Browne 1534:
William Browne was inducted into the Vicarage of Horley in 1561, by Queen Elizabeth I, and remained there until his death. He was admitted to Pembroke College, Cambridge in 1546.
Horley History Society states Brown, William. A vicar of Horley Church for 52 years. He was inducted in 1561. He died 14th November, 1613 aged 80. His wife was Magdalena, and they had sons, Joseph, and Benjamin, and daughters, Phoebe and Sara. Joseph became rector of Rusper and Bejamin vicar of Ifield. William Brown owned Russell's Farm from which Russell Crescent takes its name. He was also left Rowels Farm (which is where Crawley Sewerage Works is now) and other lands in the Horley area.
In Horley church, on a stone of the north wall of the chancel inside is the curious inscription on a sunken panel with a moulded border to William Brown, 1613, 'pastor' of Horley 50 years, and his two wives, Magdalen, 1604, and Margaret, 1611. In the lower half is a table of his descendants.
• 1534 William Browne born
• c1560: William Browne married Magdalene Elsick
• 1560: First child born
• 1571: Last child born
• 1604: Magdalene Browne (Elsick) died
• 1604: William Browne married Margaret Bonnyke
• 1612: Margaret Browne (Bonnyke) died
• 1613: William Browne died
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