It's not just old heraldic monuments in these churches in Scotland; sometimes, you may run across a much more recent one.
This heraldic plaque was erected in St. Michael's Church, Linlithgow, in 1990.
The entire inscription reads:
Each panel had its ancient crest
And motto done in Latin –
And ladies, old and young, were dressed
In costly silk or satin.
The confidence of one I gained
By regular approaches –
“These arms and mottoes,” she explained,
“Are purchased with the coaches.”
“Modern Heraldry,” Boston Daily Advertiser, Sept. 22, 1859
[H]ere Rest The Remaines [of J]anet Brvce, wife of Thomas [Dal]yel of Binns, who when [she] had lived 61 yeeres changed [her] transittorie life with that [bles]sed and eternal the 1 Dec[ember] Anno M DC XXXIIII .
[Within] the closure of this narrove grave[Lie all] those graces a good wyfe could have[But o]n this marble they shall not be be read[for th]en the living envye wold the dead
[...] D maritus moerevs P
What was mortall of Thomas Dalyell of Binnes lyeth heere. Hee was descended of the auncient race of the Lo[rd]s of Dalyel now Erles of Carnwath. He left successours of his verteous fortunes, a sonne and a daughter maried to William Drummond of Rickertoune. Efter 69 yeeres pilgramage on earth hee was removed to the rest of heaven the 10 day of Februarie Anno 1642