I am devoting a second post to Lichfield Cathedral’s tombs.
A commemorative bust of Samuel Johnson was done by Westmacott in 1793:-
So was the monument to Andrew Newton, with standing woman and accompanying children:-
Also in the South Transept is a commemorative monument to the Officers of the 80th. Regiment of Foot by Peter Hollins:-
In the South Choir Aisle is an early monument by Francis Chantrey (1814) to the daughters of Canon Robinson:-
And in the north Choir Aisle a powerful Epstein memorial to the evangelical Bishop Woods who was a great tennis player and used to walk round his diocese:-